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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Postby scrmbldggs » Thu Oct 06, 2016 5:22 am

Gord wrote:I left a painful bump on the bone in my hand from smacking the frozen lasagna as I was trying to break off a piece of it. Next time, I need to remember to use the palm of my hand like I was trained to do rather than make a poorly executed hammer fist strike. Owww, my metacarpal bone!

You sure it's not a bite mark?

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Postby scrmbldggs » Thu Oct 06, 2016 5:23 am

TJrandom wrote:In the loft of my barn, I smelled something – and found two dead kittens. Maybe three weeks old plus a week after death. What gives? I thought that kittens were born in early spring, but these must have been born in mid September.

I thought that was normal - twice a year, spring and fall?

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Postby JO 753 » Thu Oct 06, 2016 6:34 am

My first kats, KRAMR & KORDOVBo, wer born in September. Their mom abandoned the rest uv the litter. I tried to save the only survivor, a male calico, but made the mistake uv going to work. It wuz several weeks later that I found KRAMR & KORDOVBo on the porch I wuz tering down.
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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Postby TJrandom » Thu Oct 06, 2016 6:48 am

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TJrandom wrote:In the loft of my barn, I smelled something – and found two dead kittens. Maybe three weeks old plus a week after death. What gives? I thought that kittens were born in early spring, but these must have been born in mid September.

I thought that was normal - twice a year, spring and fall?


Thanks - I didn`t know... This site says it can be at any time of the year...

https://www.vetwest.com.au/pet-library/ ... the-year-0

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Postby scrmbldggs » Thu Oct 06, 2016 7:26 am

JO 753 wrote:...I tried to save the only survivor, a male calico...

That must have been one neat cat you lost there. :( AFAIK, most calicos are girls and boys are rare.

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TJrandom wrote:In the loft of my barn, I smelled something – and found two dead kittens. Maybe three weeks old plus a week after death. What gives? I thought that kittens were born in early spring, but these must have been born in mid September.

I thought that was normal - twice a year, spring and fall?


Thanks - I didn`t know... This site says it can be at any time of the year...

https://www.vetwest.com.au/pet-library/ ... the-year-0

I wasn't sure about anytime, but the spring-fall rhythm aligns with the obnoxious singing and smashing around my house at nite... :-P

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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Postby Gord » Thu Oct 06, 2016 8:38 pm

TJrandom wrote:In the loft of my barn, I smelled something – and found two dead kittens. Maybe three weeks old plus a week after death. What gives? I thought that kittens were born in early spring, but these must have been born in mid September.

Aliens.

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Gord wrote:I left a painful bump on the bone in my hand from smacking the frozen lasagna as I was trying to break off a piece of it. Next time, I need to remember to use the palm of my hand like I was trained to do rather than make a poorly executed hammer fist strike. Owww, my metacarpal bone!

You sure it's not a bite mark?

Yeah, my teeth don't get around that far.
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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Postby TJrandom » Mon Oct 10, 2016 2:10 am

Sicker than one of those dead kittens I found last week. Rare for me, but spewing Exorcist style from both ends. Not pleasant at all. Wanted to be put out of my misery last night. Now 24 hours in, I am feeling just a bit better, so may live after all. Weight is suddenly down 2kg or maybe a bit more. :(

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Postby Gord » Mon Oct 10, 2016 3:57 am

Maybe you've got the dreaded...thing...I had earlier this year, twice. It lasts about a week. After the first few days, you'll start to feel better, but then it will come back just as bad as it had been and last another three days.

Coupled with two other stomach problems I've acquired, I'm down about 10kg in the last year and a half. I guess it's a good thing, but I've lost a noticeable amount of muscle, so I'm trying to add more protein to my diet (and finding out I can't digest pork very well anymore).
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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Postby Matthew Ellard » Mon Oct 10, 2016 4:18 am

My cat Claudius, after tricking both Amanda and myself, so he got fed twice.
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Bad cat... Bad cat. :D

I'm guessing it is a bit quiet on the forum, today, because everyone is watching the second debate.
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Postby Gord » Mon Oct 10, 2016 6:48 am

I didn't watch it, but I heard from Scott Adams that Trump won it "bigly". :lol:

Me, I was at my nephews house, eating ham and turkey and scalloped potatoes. So, what really happened in the debate? Did Trump blame Clinton for more things she didn't do?
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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Postby TJrandom » Tue Oct 11, 2016 5:53 am

Gord wrote:Maybe you've got the dreaded...thing...I had earlier this year, twice. It lasts about a week. After the first few days, you'll start to feel better, but then it will come back just as bad as it had been and last another three days.

Coupled with two other stomach problems I've acquired, I'm down about 10kg in the last year and a half. I guess it's a good thing, but I've lost a noticeable amount of muscle, so I'm trying to add more protein to my diet (and finding out I can't digest pork very well anymore).


So how`d you do it? I have heard of viruses attached to emails, but sending one half way around the world in a post? And a targeted post at that? Now I would never do that – not even to my worst enemy, not that I have enemies… Well, maybe Trump would fill in.

Anyway, feeling better now - and 3kg lighter...

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Postby scrmbldggs » Tue Oct 11, 2016 6:27 am

K, what happened now to Ws? :scratch:

Hey, Chromeys, do they look faint and skinny to you too?




ETA Oops, glad you're doing better, TWJ! :-D

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Postby JO 753 » Tue Oct 11, 2016 7:20 am

No, they look normal.
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Postby scrmbldggs » Tue Oct 11, 2016 3:15 pm

Thanks - it's really weird. I happens only in TJ's last post and in mine after that one ... I can still see those odd ones, but now it's back to normal: WTH!


ETA except for this one I copy pasted from TJ's post: W :? (That one is larger and wider than my regular font... and the one I typed before also turned out that way... maybe the following strike through fixed it? :nuts:)

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Postby JO 753 » Tue Oct 11, 2016 5:54 pm

Are you on Windowz or Apple? I cant figure why it woud only be isolated casez, but the default font or the font you selected coud hav a narrow W.

I vagely recall having wierd letter abnormalityz here or maybe a different forum.
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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Postby Matthew Ellard » Tue Oct 11, 2016 10:34 pm

scrmbldggs wrote:K, what happened now to Ws? :scratch:

TJrandom said he had a cold. It seems obvious to me that he simply sneezed when typing "W" on his keyboard.

He didn't notice until after he cleaned his monitor.
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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Postby Gord » Wed Oct 12, 2016 12:07 am

TJrandom wrote:
Gord wrote:Maybe you've got the dreaded...thing...I had earlier this year, twice. It lasts about a week. After the first few days, you'll start to feel better, but then it will come back just as bad as it had been and last another three days.

Coupled with two other stomach problems I've acquired, I'm down about 10kg in the last year and a half. I guess it's a good thing, but I've lost a noticeable amount of muscle, so I'm trying to add more protein to my diet (and finding out I can't digest pork very well anymore).

So how`d you do it? I have heard of viruses attached to emails, but sending one half way around the world in a post? And a targeted post at that? Now I would never do that – not even to my worst enemy, not that I have enemies… Well, maybe Trump would fill in.

Anyway, feeling better now - and 3kg lighter...

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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Postby Gord » Wed Oct 12, 2016 12:08 am

scrmbldggs wrote:ETA except for this one I copy pasted from TJ's post: W :? (That one is larger and wider than my regular font... and the one I typed before also turned out that way... maybe the following strike through fixed it? :nuts:)

Yes, I see it too. It's a Way Weird W.

Maybe TJ has a non-standard keyboard for typing in Japanese characters or something, I dunno....
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Postby scrmbldggs » Wed Oct 12, 2016 12:43 am

Thanks!

But why has it invaded my post following his? I just typed as usual, and posting it showed the same skimpy W, lol. :afdb:



ETA Now I have to copy paste it to make it happen... W

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Postby TJrandom » Wed Oct 12, 2016 12:47 am

This post apparently didn`t make it in... so I`ll repost....

I blame it on Gordie... BTW, my Ws look just fine to me - but since I use a multilingual keyboard and sometimes mess up the input mode, it is possible that I sent across an unrecognizable W - or maybe Gordie did it.

That was to be several posts above.

edit... testing.... W W W ... is that last one odd? It is a W that was input using Kanji input mode. (Double-byte W, I think.)

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I don't believe you, lyin' scrmbldggs, you clearly cut and pasted it the first time and also Benghazi.
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Postby Gord » Wed Oct 12, 2016 12:53 am

TJrandom wrote:edit... testing.... W W W ... is that last one odd? It is a W that was input using Kanji input mode. (Double-byte W, I think.)

Yes, that's the one.
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Postby TJrandom » Wed Oct 12, 2016 12:59 am

My fingers don`t always get it right. I sometimes find I have input a full sentence when I look at the screen and see Japanese characters, and then need to erase, revert the mode, and retype.

All three of those Ws look the same to me. But the last one, when being input, is `dotted-line-underlined` (meaning it is ready for conversion to Kanji using a separate key.)

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Postby scrmbldggs » Wed Oct 12, 2016 1:07 am

When I quote you, the last W looks a little bigger.

TJrandom wrote:...

edit... testing.... W W W ... is that last one odd? It is a W that was input using Kanji input mode. (Double-byte W, I think.)

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Gord wrote:I don't believe you, lyin' scrmbldggs, you clearly cut and pasted it the first time and also Benghazi.

:( I don't believe myself anymore, it's too Weird! :lol:

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^That one I definitely copy pasted...

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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

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TJrandom wrote: I sometimes find I have input a full sentence when I look at the screen and see Japanese characters, and then need to erase, revert the mode, and retype.


どのように我々はあなたが日本から実際にあることを知っていますか?

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(I'm suggesting that JTRandon isn't really from Japan, but from the land of the shaky big W)

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Postby TJrandom » Wed Oct 12, 2016 4:53 am

私は母から来ました。 :D

信じてする必要があります。

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TJrandom wrote:私は母から来ました。 :D

信じてする必要があります。


I'm going to shoot the programmers at Google translate.
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You certainly have my respect in posting beautiful English and I assume beautiful Japanese. That's pretty impressive.

I have one friend who speaks Estonian, English, German, Japanese and French. To reduce the chance of workers "going native", he just got posted to Beirut, Lebanon, poor bastard.
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TJrandom wrote:私は母から来ました。 :D

信じてする必要があります。


I'm going to shoot the programmers at Google translate.
"I came from the mother. I believe you need to be"

You certainly have my respect in posting beautiful English and I assume beautiful Japanese. That's pretty impressive.

I have one friend who speaks Estonian, English, German, Japanese and French. To reduce the chance of workers "going native", he just got posted to Beirut, Lebanon, poor bastard.
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The correct English is - I come from my mother. You need to believe me.

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Postby JO 753 » Wed Oct 12, 2016 7:33 pm

How do you post fonts that arent in the forum font list?

I coud post in a real nooalf font so even more nobody will read my stuff!
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The passing of Robert Todd Carroll.



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I {!#%@} hate my country..

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But we love you. Thanks for stopping by. :-D

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Postby Gord » Thu Nov 10, 2016 8:29 pm

fromthehills wrote:I {!#%@} hate my country..

Now you know how ________ feel(s). 8-)
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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

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fromthehills wrote:I {!#%@} hate my country..


It's a lovely country. In fact half the people who live there are so friendly to foreigners, that they voted like complete idiots, so the idiots in the UK who voted for Brexit didn't feel like complete idiots on their own.

How's that for friendly!
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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Postby OlegTheBatty » Fri Nov 11, 2016 2:07 am

Matthew Ellard wrote:
fromthehills wrote:I {!#%@} hate my country..


It's a lovely country. In fact half the people who live there are so friendly to foreigners, that they voted like complete idiots, so the idiots in the UK who voted for Brexit didn't feel like complete idiots on their own.

How's that for friendly!
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Nice hypothesis, but the creatures who voted for Agent Orange probably never heard of Brexit. Most of them only know about the UK because that's where the Pilgrims came from.
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Re: What's Grinding Your Gears Today?

Postby Matthew Ellard » Fri Nov 11, 2016 4:16 am

OlegTheBatty wrote:Nice hypothesis, but the creatures who voted for Agent Orange probably never heard of Brexit. Most of them only know about the UK because that's where the Pilgrims came from.

Well you know I'm joking.

I'm going to take the nice approach on this one and keep a sense of humour. The Australian press has been anti-USA for the last two days with editorials about flicking the old alliance. However if Clinton won the popular vote, it would be stupid to chuck the Yanks, when more than half of them have shown some common sense.

I take the Sun Tzu view that there are no bad soldiers, but only bad generals. It's the Democrats fault for not maintaining their presence and explaining their policies to the non-urban working and middle classes. Next time I see a Democrat rally, I want to see sheet metal workers in stained overalls, some cleaners with their mops and some poverty stricken country farmers, standing in the front row, rather than some overenthusiastic urban lesbians wearing $2,000 glasses frames.
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Postby JO 753 » Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:39 am

My girz are not grinding today. Trumps victory broke all the teeth off. Now therez just the jental hum uv a disconnected motor spinning.
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