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Re: Check-in Thread #97: Berkelium Kurt

Post by scottydog » Thu Jun 13, 2019 11:35 am

Happy Thursday, everyone :hello:

Today I'll try to get some writing done. I really need to mow the lawn but we keep getting rain, making mowing impossible. :unsure: Tonight The Wife and I are going ballroom dancing :dancer:
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Mainframe training? :wtf: :as: I refuse to EVER touch another mainframe for the rest of my days. My condolences.
I didn't know mainframes still exist. I don't think I've heard that term this century.
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I have a son living with me in mine.....
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But then you become one of them. :zombie:
I hadn't thought of that. Then I'm doomed. :wallbash:

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Re: Check-in Thread #97: Berkelium Kurt

Post by Cayla » Thu Jun 13, 2019 12:35 pm

Good morning!

Today, I have a hair appointment, so I will be able to catch up with my old high school friend, while she cuts my hair. After, I need to purchase a Father's Day card for my stepfather-in-law, and then do 2 loads of laundry, and some cleaning. Addie is at her father's house, so she may come visit me, this afternoon.

I found a solution to getting these people out of my basement. My friend, whom I let stay for a few months, is getting too comfortable, and is not doing what she is supposed to be doing to move forward in life. She also has her deadbeat 23-year-old boyfriend with no job staying here a few nights a week, without our consent. And then there is Lisa, who thinks so can just show up and sleep in my spare room in the basement whenever she pleases. Without consulting Ron, I volunteered to house the seminary intern from Slovakia for the entire month of September. Surprisingly, upon hearing this, Lisa made a phone interview to get a bed at a rehab facility. We are waiting for them to call when a bed becomes available. Hopefully, it will be today. The other one is salty with us, but she will get over it.

RJ, they need to clean the beach up every morning, as they do in Florida, and Cedar Point, but they don't. I think they clean it up right before Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day. That is it. It is amazing the amount of plastic that washes ashore. There are fish in the lake. Lake Erie is known for it's perch and walleye, but I won't eat any of it.

BTW, how is emma? Have you talked to her recently?

I miss Elara and Opali too.
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Re: Check-in Thread #97: Berkelium Kurt

Post by Lupine » Thu Jun 13, 2019 2:54 pm

Good morning, all. :yawn:

Trash day and at some point I should do some shopping.
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I watch these shows on the zombie apocalypse and I conclude that a good reliable suicide pill is preferable to storing tons of food and water :lol:
Don't worry about zombies. Once the world's big predators (bears, wolves, feral dogs) realize these shambling husks are edible, they'll take care of the problem for you.
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BTW, how is emma? Have you talked to her recently?
Yeah, last I heard she had gotten to go to the Scottish faire.

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Re: Check-in Thread #97: Berkelium Kurt

Post by scottydog » Thu Jun 13, 2019 10:52 pm

Lupine wrote:
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Once the world's big predators (bears, wolves, feral dogs) realize these shambling husks are edible, they'll take care of the problem for you.
Don't forget, you are what you eat, which means I'm 100% chocolate, and a lot of these animals don't like chocolate.
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I found a solution to getting these people out of my basement.
I have to say that's a pretty sneaky solution. I approve. :thumbsup:

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Re: Check-in Thread #97: Berkelium Kurt

Post by RJDiogenes » Thu Jun 13, 2019 10:53 pm

Good evening, everyone. :hello:

One more day of training, then the weekend is finally here. This has been a long week.
scottydog wrote:
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I didn't know mainframes still exist. I don't think I've heard that term this century.
It's like being back in the 80s, when the term WYSIWYG was just Science Fiction. :lol:
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I found a solution to getting these people out of my basement.
I guess I'm not the only one being haunted by strange people. :lol:
RJ, they need to clean the beach up every morning, as they do in Florida, and Cedar Point, but they don't.
I'm sure the administrators and the legislators are paid very well, though.
BTW, how is emma? Have you talked to her recently?
I talk to her almost every day. She's doing very well. She got her computer back a while ago, but wasn't able to log in. We plan on working on it together, but she has a lot of appointments and stuff to go to. A lot of times when I talk to her she's waiting for an appointment to start or waiting for her ride home, thanks to the three-hour time difference.
I miss Elara and Opali too.
Yeah, Elara's been gone for a long time. I wish Opali would come more often, too.
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Don't worry about zombies. Once the world's big predators (bears, wolves, feral dogs) realize these shambling husks are edible, they'll take care of the problem for you.
Are Zombies edible, though? Seems to me they'd probably be poisonous. Or eating them might cause the Zombie virus to cross into other species. We could have a Zombie Apocalypse of the Animal Kingdom.

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Re: Check-in Thread #97: Berkelium Kurt

Post by scottydog » Thu Jun 13, 2019 10:57 pm

RJDiogenes wrote:
Thu Jun 13, 2019 10:53 pm
BTW, how is emma? Have you talked to her recently?
I talk to her almost every day. She's doing very well... Elara's been gone for a long time. I wish Opali would come more often, too.
I'm glad emma's doing well. Elara's probably recovering from severe injury :eek: :lol:
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Are Zombies edible, though? Seems to me they'd probably be poisonous.
There was an episode where they fed zombies to the pigs, and then gave the pigs to the Saviors. :pig:

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Post by RJDiogenes » Thu Jun 13, 2019 11:35 pm

scottydog wrote:
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I'm glad emma's doing well. Elara's probably recovering from severe injury :eek: :lol:
She probably has no Internet. Her local company is pretty bad.
There was an episode where they fed zombies to the pigs, and then gave the pigs to the Saviors. :pig:
Oh, yeah, I kind of remember that. Ezekiel's people did that, didn't they?
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Post by scottydog » Thu Jun 13, 2019 11:47 pm

^^ Yes. Very sneaky. Yet it had no ill-effects on the Saviors.

I hope jgc is doing okay.

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Post by Madeliaette » Fri Jun 14, 2019 5:26 am

GM. firefox is being a pain since it updated 2 days ago - i have to manually enter sign in info to every page i go to everytime - it wont save! ahead today - evening cleaning job

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Post by RJDiogenes » Fri Jun 14, 2019 8:28 am

Good morning, everyone. :hello:

It's Friday at last! :bounce:
scottydog wrote:
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^^ Yes. Very sneaky. Yet it had no ill-effects on the Saviors.
Maybe because they cooked it.
I hope jgc is doing okay.
Me, too. It's been about a week since we heard from her.
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That's a pain. I think I got an update earlier this week and everything seems okay. Did it get set to clear cookies on exit, maybe?

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Post by Cayla » Fri Jun 14, 2019 10:50 am

Good morning!

I think my mom is coming to stay with me today. We have Addie's dance recital to attend tomorrow. Speaking of Addie, last night she came over with her friend. They seem to think the cubby behind my closet is a hidden room. They got this epiphany of making it their own space, so they grabbed my broom, vacuum, and duster to clear out the dust and cobwebs. Then they borrowed Ron's tape measure, and made a drawing of the plan. I have to take them to 5 Below this week to buy pillows, bamboo mats, and other items to decorate. The girls have been doing a lemonade stand, and have so far made $90 towards their summer funds. My neighbor is letting them set one up in her yard during our City Wide Garage Sale Next weekend.
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Post by scottydog » Fri Jun 14, 2019 11:23 am

Happy Friday, all :hello:

It's almost father's day. My father's day gift is visiting my daughter, whom I haven't seen in 7 months. So The Wife and I are headed up to New York City today for brief weekend visit. Tonight we're all going out to dinner with her band in Brooklyn. :drum: :guitar:
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Two can live as cheaply as one.
Actually, have you thought about getting a roommate? Maybe it could help you retire sooner.
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..they grabbed my broom, vacuum, and duster to clear out the dust and cobwebs. Then they borrowed Ron's tape measure, and made a drawing of the plan. I have to take them to 5 Below this week to buy pillows, bamboo mats, and other items to decorate. The girls have been doing a lemonade stand, and have so far made $90 towards their summer funds.
They sound like great kids. I remember setting up my own lemonade stand as a kid :lemon:

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Post by Lupine » Fri Jun 14, 2019 2:51 pm

Another day. :yawn:

Finishing up laundry. May or may not go up to Big Bear, but we do have to get ready for the Koroneburg Ren Faire tomorrow.

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Post by RJDiogenes » Fri Jun 14, 2019 10:17 pm

Good evening, everyone. :hello:

I am now highly trained and ready for the weekend. :cooldude:
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Speaking of Addie, last night she came over with her friend. They seem to think the cubby behind my closet is a hidden room. They got this epiphany of making it their own space, so they grabbed my broom, vacuum, and duster to clear out the dust and cobwebs. Then they borrowed Ron's tape measure, and made a drawing of the plan. I have to take them to 5 Below this week to buy pillows, bamboo mats, and other items to decorate.
Ah, a secret HQ. That would be me. :lol: When we first moved to Bayley Terrace, I noticed that the rooms didn't seem to line up quite right, so I measured everything out with a yardstick and discovered a space of about three or four feet between the rooms that was unaccounted for. My Uncle decided that it was probably for a dumbwaiter or something when the building was a factory. I wanted to open it up and see what was inside and turn it into a library room for my books or something. The adults in the house were notably unenthusiastic about this idea.
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So The Wife and I are headed up to New York City today for brief weekend visit. Tonight we're all going out to dinner with her band in Brooklyn. :drum: :guitar:
Are you gonna Rock'n'Roll all night and party every day? B)
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Post by scottydog » Sat Jun 15, 2019 2:09 am

We had a nice day with my daughter Heather and her boyfriend. We had dinner and chilled for a bit before calling it an early night. Tomorrow we'll go into Manhattan and see the Met.
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AAAAUUUUUUUGGGGHHHHH!!!! :scared:
I'm going out on a limb here by concluding you may not be thrilled with the idea of getting a roommate :lol:
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I noticed that the rooms didn't seem to line up quite right, so I measured everything out with a yardstick and discovered a space of about three or four feet between the rooms that was unaccounted for.
I would have surmised that all the bodies were disposed of there :rip:

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Post by Madeliaette » Sat Jun 15, 2019 5:22 am

GM. :( did NOT get much sleep last night - loud bursts of music dotted quieter music PLUS lots of talking/laughter from next door til about 11.30pm - so much for reading in bed and acatching up on sleep.... :(
ahead, a plot trot, reading, chores, and coking....or i might shop - dont know...doesnt matter - nothing has to be done/nothing exciting to do til monday morning.

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Post by RJDiogenes » Sat Jun 15, 2019 8:31 am

Good morning, everyone. :hello:

It's Saturday, and that means breakfast with Mom and Chloe. :wiggle:
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We had a nice day with my daughter Heather and her boyfriend.
That's nice. What's the latest news of your daughter's band?
I'm going out on a limb here by concluding you may not be thrilled with the idea of getting a roommate :lol:
I want a remote farmhouse with lots of bookcases, surrounded by nature, where I can have peace and quiet-- or Rock'n'Roll all night, as the mood strikes me.
I would have surmised that all the bodies were disposed of there :rip:
Oh, I had all kinds of theories. :lol:
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GM. :( did NOT get much sleep last night - loud bursts of music dotted quieter music PLUS lots of talking/laughter from next door til about 11.30pm - so much for reading in bed and acatching up on sleep.... :(
That's awful. That's how it is here since my other Cousin started working at the shop. He just will not go home. What kind of person works until after 9oclock on a Friday night? :no: By the way, check out the "Roy" thread. ;)

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Post by Cayla » Sat Jun 15, 2019 12:09 pm

Good morning!

Today I have to attend Addie's annual dance recital. :Ahhh: It's at noon. I hope I can get out of there after a few hours. The one year, it went on and on for 6 hours.

I would have insisted on seeing that room, RJ. The girls are going to pay for the remodel of their secret hidden room by themselves. They told me so. Hence, the lemonade stand at my garage sale next weekend.
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Post by scottydog » Sat Jun 15, 2019 12:28 pm

Happy Saturday, all :hello:

Today's we'll head to the Met and see some cool art. Central Park should be nice today.

RJ, my daughter's band is still touring regularly -- they do a west coast tour in July and another European tour in August. They have a new EP which my daughter played for me yesterday -- it sounds really good (or as good as post-punk can sound :lol:)

Maddy, I'm sorry you have noisy neighbors. I know what that's like :mad:

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Post by Lupine » Sat Jun 15, 2019 2:52 pm

Good morning, all. :coffee:

Will try to get to the Koroneburg Ren Faire today. As for yesterday I got up to Big Bear to work, but was delayed an hour due to a road closure. Why the road was still closed a day after the fire is beyond me.
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GM. :( did NOT get much sleep last night - loud bursts of music dotted quieter music PLUS lots of talking/laughter from next door til about 11.30pm - so much for reading in bed and acatching up on sleep.... :(
Glad none of my close neighbors have parties. :no:
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Today I have to attend Addie's annual dance recital. :Ahhh: It's at noon. I hope I can get out of there after a few hours. The one year, it went on and on for 6 hours.
:eek: I had to go to a dance recital for some freind's kids, but thankfully it didn't go on that long and the college-age girls made the night moderately tolerable.

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Post by RJDiogenes » Sat Jun 15, 2019 7:23 pm

Good afternoon, everybody. :hello:

I talked to a guy at Merrill Lynch the other day about consolidating my retirement assets and optimizing it all for income, so he said he would send me some information and forms. Today I got a envelope with a return envelope in it. That's it. Just a return envelope. I'm torn between either emailing him or sending back the envelope with a note that says "There's nothing here." :lol:
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Today I have to attend Addie's annual dance recital. :Ahhh: It's at noon. I hope I can get out of there after a few hours. The one year, it went on and on for 6 hours.
Oh, man, I had to go to a few of those for both my Sister and my Niece. Painful. :dead:
I would have insisted on seeing that room, RJ.
I tried. I still wonder what was in there. Human bones, maybe. Or the remains of a space alien who crashed in the swamp back in the 50s. The dusty of old costume of a deceased superhero from the 1940s. Or maybe just stacks of old Pulp magazines in mint condition.
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RJ, my daughter's band is still touring regularly -- they do a west coast tour in July and another European tour in August. They have a new EP which my daughter played for me yesterday
Cool. Is the album available yet?
-- it sounds really good (or as good as post-punk can sound :lol:)
I'm really tired of "post" stuff. Somebody really needs to come up with a new trend. :lol:
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Will try to get to the Koroneburg Ren Faire today.
Have a good time. :yes:
Why the road was still closed a day after the fire is beyond me.
Must be some kind of coverup. The fire was probably caused by a saucer crash.
:eek: I had to go to a dance recital for some freind's kids, but thankfully it didn't go on that long and the college-age girls made the night moderately tolerable.
That would definitely take the edge off. :yes:

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Post by scottydog » Sun Jun 16, 2019 1:08 am

We had a good day in NYC. We walked around the lower east side and the bowery, then hopped on a subway to central park where we walked around for an hour. Then we spent a few hours at the Met and saw many classic paintings by van Gogh and many other greats.
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I got up to Big Bear to work, but was delayed an hour due to a road closure. W
Holy cow. Did you literally have to sit there for an hour waiting for the road to reopen? :o
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Today I got a envelope with a return envelope in it. That's it. Just a return envelope. I'm torn between either emailing him or sending back the envelope with a note that says "There's nothing here." :lol:
Nothing like good old fashioned human error. Much like when I email someone telling them I'm sending them an attachment but I forget to attach it. :coocoo:

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Post by Madeliaette » Sun Jun 16, 2019 5:21 am

GM. another nothing day lies ahead. yesterday i popped to the plot and rustington and cooked and booked and computed....in gloomy lonesoneness. another day to exist thru before i can live tomorrow morning lies ahead...

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Post by RJDiogenes » Sun Jun 16, 2019 8:32 am

Good morning, everyone. :hello:

I'm not sure if it's too rainy to head down to the beach or not....
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We had a good day in NYC. We walked around the lower east side and the bowery
How are the boys?
Then we spent a few hours at the Met and saw many classic paintings by van Gogh and many other greats.
That sounds great. I love van Gogh. :paint:
Nothing like good old fashioned human error. Much like when I email someone telling them I'm sending them an attachment but I forget to attach it. :coocoo:
Oh, yeah, everybody's done it. :lol:
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...in gloomy lonesoneness. another day to exist thru before i can live tomorrow morning lies ahead...
I hope it's not that bad. :no:

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Post by scottydog » Sun Jun 16, 2019 11:47 am

Happy Sunday, all :hello:

Today my daughter and her bf are taking me and The Wife out to brunch for Father's Day. Then we head back home to Richmond. It's been a great weekend seeing them.
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How are the boys?
The Bowery Boys are doing well, altho they're looking quite old :oldman: :oldman: :oldman:
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another day to exist thru before i can live tomorrow morning lies ahead...
I wish I was there to keep you company and cheer you up :)

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