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wolfguard says:
(Fri Aug 29 01:05:30 2014 4.28.180.2) [Edit/Delete]
Christopher Marlowe,

I'm bias. *g* What do you mean by 'realized'? What are some shows you feel were and were not 'realized'?


WG



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ChristopherMarlowe says:
(Fri Aug 29 00:54:54 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
Slow down everyone! I can hardly keep up with the posting!

wolfguard Do you think Buffy was a better realized tv show than Angel?



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Maverick says:
(Fri Aug 29 00:54:48 2014 50.133.76.168) [Edit/Delete]
Edited: Fri Aug 29 01:02:09 2014
DaddyCatALSO, Christopher Marlowe: I think I would give parts of (maybe all of) Hawaii to China to cancel out a lot of our National Debt.


Obama says he doesn't have a Strategy to address ISIS. What has he been doing for the last year or so? Besides golfing? You know, when he DOES come up with a Strategy, he will give a speech and announce it so that all his supporters are encouraged. In the meantime he will tell our enemies exactly how to outflank us. You don't reveal your strategy--you force your enemy to prepare for ALL contingencies, rather than to be able to skip certain expenditures.


Surprise: Robert Downey, Jr., says "Guardians of the Galaxy" is the best Marvel movie so far.


Maverick


You Make Me Feel Brand New




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ChristopherMarlowe says:
(Thu Aug 28 23:52:08 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
Home!



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Trivia Girl says:
(Thu Aug 28 20:53:00 2014 205.141.67.16) [Edit/Delete]
Sunnydale's Trivial Pursuit

Category: Geography
Question: What is the largest inland sea in the world?
Answer: Caspian Sea

Trivia Sailors: valMichael, notsoShyGirl
Trivia Swabbers: Maverick, Agent Cooper

wolfguard If I could remove one state, it would be the state of lethargy. *g*



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Maverick says:
(Thu Aug 28 20:19:49 2014 50.133.76.168) [Edit/Delete]
Trivia Girl: New Orleans during Katrina.


KAM: I started getting water in my Family Room which was added onto the house, by the people before me, at a low point at the back. I had a contractor dig what I think is called a French Drain besides the one side of the room, and he put some perforated sock pipe (covered with a fabric that prevents a lot of dirt getting in and clogging it.) It's worked well so far, although I haven't yet had the money to replace the carpet, and subflooring in the family room (but it's stayed dry.) Anyway, I got him AND my roofer (who I have no complaints about) from Angie's List. I forget what I paid for a membership but considered it worthwhile; they do give reviews of a contractor's work and encourage you to also report on their work. I would think this makes contractors think twice about doing shoddy work.


Okay, Obama declared his own version of the Dream Act (people who had been brought illegally to this country as children could stay) and this precipitated the current Border Crisis with all the "children" (actually most are in their teens and probably in gangs.) Now, he's expected to announce some kind of Amnesty Program and, with 1/3rd of the people in Mexico wanting to come to the U.S., they'll all come here for the Welfare Benefits (there's no jobs.) Obama doesn't care if those people degrade this country and cause crime and spread diseases. He just wants more Democratic voters. Methinks the existing Democratic voters should think about this. I know the old saying is that Republicans are for the Rich and Democrats are for the poor, but, think about it, when Business is doing well, there are jobs, whereas the Democrats need to KEEP people poor to keep the votes coming in. All this illegal immigration will just depress wages, they will compete for jobs, and we will run up more National Debt (which must eventually break the dollar) and the people will be on our streets creating crime. Allow Obama to get away with this and he will have all the poor Muslims here (and they will slit your throat.) Obama is recruiting Democratic voters.


Maverick


White Room




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valMichael says:
(Thu Aug 28 19:11:04 2014 98.195.92.226) [Edit/Delete]
Edited: Thu Aug 28 19:36:56 2014
Happy Birthday: CJ, Faris, FIREHAWK, J. August Richards, Kresnik, spikelover, Toni, Unadopted Angie, and Zorander!

YAY ?

Trivia Girl
Caspian Sea which is a remnant of the much large Vilayet Sea in the Hyborean Age!
Unfortunately, I couldn't foresee the answer as I was asleep til about 1 pm, and I rarely get vision at 4:00 AM when I went to bed. :)

Interesting facts
  1. The top 9 states in the US contain more than half the total US population.
  2. The top 11 states in population contain 56% of the population, and enough electoral votes to elect the president alone
  3. If the Great Lakes are included, ever one of the top 15 states in population are adjacent to large bodies of water. (Pennsylvania barely touches Lake Erie)
  4. The most populous state that doesn't touch a major body of water is Arizon(16th)


wolfguard re: DaddyCatALSO question? Only a few states have the economic power to go it alone. California, Texas, and New York could easily be their own countries with GDPs in excess of 1 trillion dollars. If they were counted in with the other countries in the world, California would be 9th largest, Texas would be 13th, and New York 16th. Note: This counts the European Union as one economic region, not separate countries just below the whole US. With these three removed the US drops to second behind the European Union.



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wolfguard says:
(Thu Aug 28 17:58:58 2014 98.192.33.109) [Edit/Delete]
Drive-By


Trivia Girl

If we include inland seas connected inter-dimensionally to Earth, then the largest inland sea intersects with the Cleveland hellmouth in Georgia. Seriously, it's in the non-canon. *g*


A Very Special DaddyCatALSO Question

If you could remove just one state from the USA, which one would you remove?


WG



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KAM says:
(Thu Aug 28 17:55:02 2014 173.161.108.1) [Edit/Delete]
Hello again,

Agent Cooper: Well, this is not the main discharge pipe, but a backup. I've already started at the outlet end (which is PVC pipe) but it then goes into corrugated tube, and that's where the clay is getting in--just not sure where.

A good contractor is a rare and wonderful thing. I wish I had access to some of them.

KAM
Ty King Fan



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Agent Cooper says:
(Thu Aug 28 17:42:51 2014 167.166.23.242) [Edit/Delete]
Trivia Girl: Let's see, I guess my neighbors yard. Lowest spot in the town and fills up every time it rains!


I wish I were at DragonCon!



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ChristopherMarlowe says:
(Thu Aug 28 16:09:16 2014 205.141.67.16) [Edit/Delete]
Yay for OldManFan!

I'm assuming OldManFan is off to Dragoncon, which is why we aren't seeing the yays today.

Happy CD Thursday!



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notsoShyGirl says:
(Thu Aug 28 14:34:25 2014 50.243.137.201) [Edit/Delete]
Trivia Girl
The Caspian Sea is the largest enclosed inland body of water on Earth by area,
variously classed as the world's largest lake or a full-fledged sea. The sea has a
surface area of 371,000 km(143,200 sq mi) (not including Garabogazkl Aylagy) and a
volume of 78,200 km (18,800 cu mi)



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Trivia Girl says:
(Thu Aug 28 14:31:44 2014 205.141.67.16) [Edit/Delete]
Sunnydale's Trivial Pursuit

Category: Geography
Question: What is the largest inland sea in the world?



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Agent Cooper says:
(Thu Aug 28 13:52:27 2014 167.166.23.242) [Edit/Delete]
KAM: I hear you! My uncle worked as a contractor all his life. He's actually 70 and still working. He's seen it all and he's told me some horror stories.

Anyway, about the pipe: Take this with a grain of salt because I'm far from an expert, but I had a bit of sump trouble when I bought my house.

From what I understand, the pipe running up and out of the house isn't usually buried very deep, only a couple of feet so it shouldn't be too hard to get to. You may also find it to be a PVC pipe which isn't all that hard to work with, IE you can cut it and put a new section in pretty easy.

Let us know how it works out.



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lostinamerica says:
(Thu Aug 28 12:39:13 2014 69.247.134.78) [Edit/Delete]
Belated Yay! Corvus!


Belated Happy Birthday Humvee!



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KAM says:
(Thu Aug 28 12:27:25 2014 173.161.108.1) [Edit/Delete]
Good Morning Everyone,

YAY...

Maverick
: Well, my house is pretty well insulated, but there is undoubtedly some settling of the attic insulation, so another layer of that would probably help a bit. Not sure I'm going to tackle that this fall however.
My sleep has returned to normal, thankfully.

Agent Cooper: I'm sure this isn't something my insurance would cover. I am going to try and work through the blockage with water. I talked to a contractor that has specific high-pressure equipment for just this case, but the cost is higher than I want to pay. If it solved the problem, I would pay it, but at best this will be a temporary solution, requiring the point of entry to be found and fixed, so for now, I'm going to dig stuff up and see if I can find that point. Won't be fun.

Home builders are really incompetent at an alarming rate. The inspections that I pay the town for do nothing to actually help--and is just a roundabout tax that causes me to spend even more money to take care of trivialities, while letting major issues go unnoticed (like your door problem). I kept a pretty close eye on things as my home was being built, but I was gone for some periods, and I'm sure they cut as many corners as they could. Really criminal.

KAM
Ty King Fan



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TheBirthdayGnomette says:
(Thu Aug 28 12:26:07 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
Today is Thursday, August 28th 2014 C.E.

We have NINE (9) Birthdays!



CJ
Faris
FIREHAWK
J August Richards as Charles Gunn
Kresnik
spikelover
Toni
Unadopted Angie
Zorander


Happy Birthday from the Bronze
to
CJ, Faris, FIREHAWK, J. August Richards, Kresnik, spikelover, Toni, Unadopted Angie, Zorander!



Willow: Yikes. Imagine the things...Buffy: No! Stop imagining! All of you! Xander: Already got the visual.
'Intervention'


to be added to the birthday list, please email oldbdeyes@hotmail.com



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Dogmeat says:
(Thu Aug 28 08:02:18 2014 72.226.63.228) [Edit/Delete]
Happy Birthday
Amanda Tapping
Brian Thompson
J. August Richards



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wolfguard says:
(Thu Aug 28 03:52:49 2014 4.28.180.2) [Edit/Delete]
Yay Corvus!!

Happy Birthday HumVee!



Deadguy Memorial Angel Wednesday Question

You get to your seat on the airplane and find out your seatmate is... who?

I'd like a second shot at this tomorrow, but for now a quiet sleeper will be the placeholder. *g*


Good Night to All

WG



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wolfguard says:
(Thu Aug 28 03:15:54 2014 4.28.180.2) [Edit/Delete]
Christopher Marlowe,

I wasn't saying 'Flower Children' were following an extremist ideology, but were using them to show an ideology did not have to be extreme to impress. It was off your, "...I wonder at how impressionable youth are when it comes to extremist ideology"

I define extremist as the person on the opposite side of the ideological seesaw from me. *g*


WG



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ChristopherMarlowe says:
(Thu Aug 28 03:01:23 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
Edited: Thu Aug 28 04:26:01 2014
wolfguard That's a good point. , but I wonder how we are defining extremist?

a person who holds extreme or fanatical political or religious views, especially one who resorts to or advocates extreme action.

Flower children wouldn't qualify, as their view isn't political or religious.



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wolfguard says:
(Thu Aug 28 02:56:13 2014 4.28.180.2) [Edit/Delete]
Christopher Marlowe,

An ideology doesn't have to be 'extremist' to be impress young minds. Consider all 'the flower children' of the 60's.


WG



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ChristopherMarlowe says:
(Thu Aug 28 01:34:51 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
wolfguard Yeah, I was
reading on the various nationalist
parties, which led me to reading
the entry on yakuza and I realized
I was getting in too deep and hit
the 'Back' Button.

That assassin was only 17 years old
and I wonder at how impressionable
youth are when it comes to
extremist ideology.



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wolfguard says:
(Thu Aug 28 01:19:26 2014 4.28.180.2) [Edit/Delete]
Christopher Marlowe,

I believe the politician was a socialist and the assasin was a young right-wing nationalist.

WG



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ChristopherMarlowe says:
(Thu Aug 28 01:06:12 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
wolfguard In reading about the
reaction at the time, it was
considered extremely shocking. I
presume security improved after that.

I wound up going to wiki for more
detail and it was something of a
rabbit hole. *g*



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wolfguard says:
(Thu Aug 28 00:49:00 2014 4.28.180.2) [Edit/Delete]
Christopher Marlowe,

I've only seen one complete episode of The Sopranos, but the series finale is infamous. I just had to know if Tony was alive or dead and I read enough of the article to learn the answer. *g*


WG



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wolfguard says:
(Thu Aug 28 00:22:27 2014 4.28.180.2) [Edit/Delete]
Christopher Marlowe,

I've seen a clip that shows the assassin running across the stage. What's interesting is that the politician appears to have been caught completely off guard. He was probably completely focused on his speech and audience. The assassin sped across the stage in a couple seconds or so.

Off this one can learn 'close' is much farther than most realize. And yet boys and men still get into each others' face, trying to scare each other into backing off. Some people just see that as an opportunity to sucker punch, knee, head, or knife you.


WG



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ChristopherMarlowe says:
(Thu Aug 28 00:21:37 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
wolfguard I started reading
that David Chase article and then
realized just how long it is. *g*



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ChristopherMarlowe says:
(Wed Aug 27 23:54:57 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
wolfguard I watched that clip
of the assassination of the Japanese
politician. Not only did he have to
cross the stage, he was able to sneak
the sword into the venue without
raising suspicion.



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ChristopherMarlowe says:
(Wed Aug 27 23:28:00 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
I'm around finally!



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wolfguard says:
(Wed Aug 27 21:31:18 2014 4.28.180.2) [Edit/Delete]
Is the BBS Tony Soprano alive or dead?

David Chase 'says'...



WG



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Trivia Girl says:
(Wed Aug 27 21:26:32 2014 205.141.67.16) [Edit/Delete]
Sunnydale's Trivial Pursuit

Category: Angel
Question: What beverage did Spike and Angel once fight over?
Answer: Mountain Dew

Trivia Presient: valMichael
Trivia Masters: notsoShyGirl
Trivia Diet Peppers: Maverick, Agent Cooper



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Agent Cooper says:
(Wed Aug 27 18:14:24 2014 167.166.23.242) [Edit/Delete]
Maverick: I saw a news story about those kidnapped journalists and the rescue op that failed.

From that story I heard that some of the journalists were freed before they executed the American journo. When the freed journos were debriefed they were able to tell officials enough info that they were able to figure out which city they had been held in.

Of course, the terrorists holding them knew the freed hostages would divulge this info so they of course moved their remaining hostages elsewhere before a rescue op could be organized.

This is what happened and why they couldn't help, at least, according to the info given in the news story.

Really awful and depressing.



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wolfguard says:
(Wed Aug 27 18:01:00 2014 98.192.33.109) [Edit/Delete]
Edited: Wed Aug 27 18:13:27 2014
Just caught the first half hour of BBC's "World Have Your Say". The host was talking with six police officers, from around the world, on their use of firearms. The group consisted of two Americans, one Brazilian, one Canadian, one Kenyan, and one from the UK.

Both the cops from Brazil and Kenya said/suggested they had shot their weapons in the course of duty.1 The UK cop, while apparently involved SWAT-type duties, had never fired his weapon. He was working in the west Midlands and the last fatal shooting by a cop in his (?) city (didn't catch the name) was in 1995.2 The Canadian cop (RMCP) had shot a bank robber during a bank robbery ~cut and dry~ he said.3

Neither of the American cops had ever fired their weapons in the course of duty (one having served 25 years and one 34 years). They had come close. The host asked one for a specific example. Here's my memory of the cop's account ...

He and his partner had gone to a school to follow up on a student who had threaten suicide some time before. As they were walking down a hallway to leave ...

~ A male black around 15 came running towards and past us yelling, Help me! He's going to shoot me!

Another male black around 15 with a gun came running down the hall yelling, I'm going to kill you mother*!

This took all of two seconds.

My partner had ducked behind a concrete column but I was in the middle of nowhere. I drew my gun I order the guy to stop.4

The guy hesitated, froze and then threw the gun down and fell onto the floor in a fetal position.


And then we found out that outside the front door the school was holding a program on school violence and what we had just experienced was staged for the program. The gun was a toy.5 BUT no one, including the school, had told us about it.

We would have been completely justified had we shot, but imagine how it would have looked. White cops shoot black kid.


This was just before the department changed to Glock 9mm's. We were still using 38 revolvers.6.



1 Apparently they were not including firing their weapons in training.

2 In comparison, the Kenyan cop said there were 165 shootings so far this year (by cops?!) in Nairobi (or Kenya, he appeared to be based in Nairobi).

3 He was working with a surveillance operation that had intel that one of several banks was going to be robbed. They had staked out the banks and he happened to be in the one the robbers hit. The robbers came in with shotguns and the cop shot one. The robber was not killed, but seriously wounded.

4 The words were probably more direct, loud, and repeated.

5 Some 'toy' guns and most all of the 'airsoft' guns look like real guns.

6 Essentially, he's implying that the revolvers longer trigger pull may have prevented a shooting.



ETA These are both YouTube clips. Both are violent, but there's no visible gore in the first one. In the second one you will see the politician stabbed, but there's no visible gore.

Cops pulls over driver. Driver gets out of car. What would you do and when when would you do it?

Traffic Stop


Japanese politician assassinated on camera. Assassin used a sword and had to cross a stage to reach the politician.

Assassination in Japan


WG



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Agent Cooper says:
(Wed Aug 27 17:54:29 2014 167.166.23.242) [Edit/Delete]
KAM- Geez! That is not good. Maybe it will turn out to be not so badly clogged. Could be that it is a small clog and can be cleared with one of those roto-snakes plumbers use. Not sure of the proper name? But if so you can rent those at the hardware places, and they're not hard to use. Have you checked to see if your homeowner's insurance covers this?

Anyways, I feel your pain. A couple of years ago I was replacing my little wooden back steps with a small deck. When we pulled the steps away from the back door, we found all the wood on the bottom of the door frame had rotted!

My house is relatively new (1999) and I was really puzzled by this. Replacing a whole door frame is way beyond my skill level so I had to pay a contractor to cut out the whole rotted door frame and replace it. And THAT was a bunch of cash I didn't really want to spend on top of the deck budget. ]:-(

When the carpenters tore apart the old frame they found that the original builder had never sealed the door frame correctly and that's why water was getting in.

Now I wonder about the front door and all my windows. Are they leaking too??

I tried to get my homeowner's to help me defray the cost, but they wouldn't touch it. Sometimes I feel like, what DO they cover? Your house pretty much has to burn down or something before they pay anything, it seems. ]:-( ]:-(



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Maverick says:
(Wed Aug 27 16:33:41 2014 50.133.76.168) [Edit/Delete]
Trivia Girl: A bottle of Harvey's Bristol Cream (Sherry.)


KAM: Sleeping problems? I always advise unclenching your fists (flatten your hands) and say (silently) the word "Love" on the exhale. (The point is to stop your internal voice from talking to you.) If this doesn't work, you might have some muscle or nerve irritating pain problems, so take two aspirin. BTW, another cold winter coming up; if I had any money, I would add to my attic insulation.


Deadguy QOD: An OPEN Southern Border would be unexplainable to ANYONE from ANYTIME. It is so stupid; it must be criminal. A recent poll of Mexicans turned up that 1/3rd of all the people in Mexico would like to cross the border (they're probably packing as we speak.) So, what does the President concentrate on: making heroes of teen thugs and spending money on Global Warming (of which there is none.)


When the reporter James Foley was beheaded, our government put out an announcement that, actually, an attempt HAD been mounted to rescue him, but that it went to the wrong place and he was not there. Why would anyone in their right mind reveal this? It would certainly make any future actions that much harder as ISIS would be on alert; they only possible reason Obama would announce this is for domestic consumption, trying to prove to voting Americans that he had done SOMETHING, no matter how foolish. You don't announce your strategy and/or tactics. Like as a person, you never announce that you don't have a gun and don't know judo; you let others believe you do.


Maverick


Vehicle




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KAM says:
(Wed Aug 27 16:31:19 2014 173.161.108.1) [Edit/Delete]
Edited: Wed Aug 27 16:32:13 2014
Hello Again,

valMichael: Well, at least a wealthier class of people. I'm sure there are plenty of jerks distributed evenly throughout all areas of a given flight.
I have only flown first class one time, and it was an unexpected (free) upgrade). I think one time I took a $30 business upgrade.
I've witnessed larger people literally apologizing repeatedly, because the seats are just too small.
Airline seats feel crowded for me, and I'm average framed, but it is the length more than the width that really bothers me. I am not sure why anyone thinks it is a good idea to allow a seat to recline within inches of my face.

Agent Cooper: Yes, I have a clogged drain pipe, which WAS my emergency sump drain--meaning, if the power failed, the water would hit a point where it would flow via gravity outside.
Either due to flawed installation, or I chimpmunk damage (my top suspect) the pipe has gotten severely clogged with clay--I mean like packed in.
I had a near-miss on a basement flood due to this, which I just discovered, and due to a float switch being stuck (lucky I checked). In any case--this is a very laborious and/or costly job I have ahead of me.
Really not happy about this at all.

OldManFan: I'd be lucky if I felt that optimistic at this point.

KAM
Ty King Fan



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Agent Cooper says:
(Wed Aug 27 15:52:58 2014 167.166.23.242) [Edit/Delete]
Trivia Girl: The last Caffeine-free Coke.



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notsoShyGirl says:
(Wed Aug 27 15:35:30 2014 50.243.137.201) [Edit/Delete]
Trivia Girl
What valMichael said.



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Trivia Girl says:
(Wed Aug 27 15:29:48 2014 205.141.67.16) [Edit/Delete]
Edited: Wed Aug 27 15:32:31 2014
Apologies for the delay, trivia coming up!

Sunnydale's Trivial Pursuit

Category: Angel
Question: What beverage did Spike and Angel once fight over?

you are too spooky, valMichael!



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valMichael says:
(Wed Aug 27 15:16:04 2014 98.195.92.226) [Edit/Delete]
Edited: Wed Aug 27 15:45:13 2014
Happy Birthday: Blade the Vampire Hunter, Freddy, HumVee, and Jules the Elder!

YAY Corvus!

Trivia Girl
precognition: A Goblet filled with Mountain Dew! (what Angel and Spike fought over in "Destiny").

deadguy QOD[/b] Good seatmate: Someone interesting to talk to, or a beautiful woman. It would be perfect if she was also interesting to talk to.
Bad seatmates: rambunctious or crying children. (anywhere close actually).

ChristopherMarlowe I have read part of Infinity you mentioned. the first few pages are available to review via Amazon. I read them and the book sounds very interesting.

KAM as a very large person, I feel your pain. :) That's why first class is a much better way to fly. Even I don't crowd my seat mate then, and you sit by a better class of people that way. :)

Question A Taxi company had some mechanics to repair their vehicles. One mechanic specialized in body work because the drivers were always getting into finder-benders. He got so good and proud of his work, he would put up before and after pictures of his repair jobs on the wall at his work bench. The guys at the shop gave him a nickname based on his skill in fixing the taxi's bodies. What was it?


wait for it ...


answer spoilered for delicated brains
] They call him The Taxi-dermist! [



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ChristopherMarlowe says:
(Wed Aug 27 13:32:35 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
OldManfan ROFL! Too true. *g*



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OldManFan says:
(Wed Aug 27 13:28:24 2014 204.180.133.131) [Edit/Delete]
KAM, Christopher Marlowe - you are both obviously 'glass half empty' people. *g

OMF



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TheBirthdayGnomette says:
(Wed Aug 27 13:03:34 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
Today is Wednesday, August 27th 2014 C.E.

We have FOUR (4) Birthdays!



Blade the Vampire Hunter
Freddy
HumVee
Jules the Elder


Happy Birthday from the Bronze
to
Blade the Vampire Hunter, Freddy, HumVee, Jules the Elder!



Well, a gathering is brie, mellow song stylings; shindig, dip, less mellow song stylings, perhaps a large amount of malt beverage, and hootenanny, well, it's chock full of hoot, just a little bit of nanny. Oz, 'Dead Man's Party'

to be added to the birthday list, please email oldbdeyes@hotmail.com



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TheBirthdayGnomette says:
(Wed Aug 27 12:55:37 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
Yay corvus!

deadguy memorial qod

I wouldn't mind if my seatmate was Tony Head/Giles. He would be a great conversationalist. But it would be my luck if it turned out to be Drusilla.


Happy Non-Angel Wednesday!



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Agent Cooper says:
(Wed Aug 27 12:39:26 2014 167.166.23.242) [Edit/Delete]
KAM - Are you planning on doing some work on your house?



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Agent Cooper says:
(Wed Aug 27 12:34:11 2014 167.166.23.242) [Edit/Delete]
I saw this on the web today and I think it's very pithy:

A question was posed on a blog. I'll paraphrase a bit:

If someone from the 1950s were suddenly to appear in the world today, what would be the most difficult thing to explain about life today?

The Best Answer: I possess, in my pocket, a device with which I can access the entirety of human knowledge.

I use it to look at videos of cats and argue with strangers.

:-)



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KAM says:
(Wed Aug 27 12:31:27 2014 173.161.108.1) [Edit/Delete]
Good Morning Everyone,

YAY CORVUS

Deadguy QOD
: A very large person, who apologizes profusely, but crowds the hell out of me anyway.

Agent Cooper: Well, people with real sleep problems would probably laugh at my "issues." I generally sleep like a baby, so a restless night for me is probably considered a good night for some.
That said--my sleep has gotten a bit more back to normal already. Thank Goodness for that, because my home issues are going to require me to do a lot of unpleasant labor, so I will need the rest.

KAM
Ty King Fan



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YayOfTheDay says:
(Wed Aug 27 11:53:57 2014 204.180.133.131) [Edit/Delete]
let's hear a great big bronze cheer for corvus!

yay corvus!

today's deadguy memorial angel wednesday question is brought to you by:

unexpected meetings - they tend to make great stories (good or bad)

you get to your seat on the airplane and find out your seatmate is... who? for married folk we waive the required spouse answer.


Happy Non-Angel Wednesday!



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Comma says:
(Wed Aug 27 10:30:11 2014 71.87.174.53) [Edit/Delete]
ChristopherMarlowe: What do I most look forward to with the SEC?

One hears, in the southland, about which team(s) is on top, of the football mountain, all the time, and nothing about the so-so teams. There is a lot of good football, in the SEC, outside of the Alabama's, the LSU's, or the Auburn's normal winning seasons. I understand football and how it is played. I just do not have time to study fourteen teams on my own. The SEC network gives me the experts, who support and report about different teams, so I can follow those teams without real work.

The other part of the SEC network is the different sports that SEC teams, and students, play. They will cover lots more than the big one, football, and it's two little brothers, within the SEC, basketball and baseball.

Comma



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ChristopherMarlowe says:
(Wed Aug 27 03:40:59 2014 209.159.255.81) [Edit/Delete]
wolfguard I checked wiki, and
it ends with Jheria walking out of
the Angel Investigation offices. It
doesn't look like he was tied up
during the episode.

Expecting is Pregnant Cordy. I've Got
You Under My Skin is about a demon
trapped inside the body of a souless
child.



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wolfguard says:
(Wed Aug 27 03:24:04 2014 4.28.180.2) [Edit/Delete]
Yay Slayerdaddy!!



Deadguy Memorial Buffy Tuesday Question


Worst Emmy snub? Joss? Writers? Actors? Makeup?

The Genre



Good Night to All

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