MLP:FIM Season 3 bitchez!!

Kill me now.

253 Comments

  1. Please vote this down.

  2. On the ONT at Mothership last night, moki mentioned a ‘hoggify’ post I did a while ago…I have no frickin’ idea what he’s talking about? Anybody remember that?

  3. Well, I guess we know what MJ’s watching this morning.

  4. I’m drawing a blank.

  5. the fuck is this shit?

  6. Exactly Dave, exactly.

  7. Oh dear lord, it’s a full hour.

  8. Perhaps someone should go save leon?

    I hope he’s getting lucky for this sacrifice.

  9. I will be extracting favors for this, fear not.

    I should go run my errands.

  10. Lauraw, I’m wracking my brain for a “hoggify” post from you.

  11. Hoggify

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRHHUC68XB4

  12. Well crap. I’m coming down with a cold.

  13. Thanks, Scott.

  14. DERPY HOOVES!!

  15. Well crap. I’m coming down with a cold.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uepFO4psgKE

  16. MLP: The Comic Book!

    http://tinyurl.com/bar5rwt

  17. Forest porn. Nicely phrased, xbrad.

    My first exposure to the genre was “deck porn.” As a kid a friend showed me his stash kept under a deck in the yard.

  18. Mr. TiFW and DD#3 are currently watching “Vampires Suck” – a very clever parody that is better than the “Twilight” movie.

  19. “My Dinner With Andre” was better than the Twilight movie, and it also sucked out one’s life blood.

  20. Today is the third anniversary of my first comment in this shithole dump.

  21. *golf clap*

    Well played – for a dead writer :-)

  22. What should we buy for Hotspur’s anniversary?

  23. What should we buy for Hotspur’s anniversary?

    Hand sanitizer and antibiotics.

  24. Bull whips and lube

  25. I saw that, Scott. But this is the common cold. So I’m still screwed.

  26. Imma love Joe Cocker but he always looks so spastic.

    Hoggify.

  27. Come on guys. Don’t buy Hotspur stuff he already has.

  28. Congrat…err

    So sor……uh

    Gee that’s something Hotspur.

  29. Hotspur – Here’s something for your Hostage Anniversary:

    Coupon: One free wine spritzer at the ghetto bar of your choice

    Spend it wisely.

  30. xbrad, zinc, like that zicam stuff.. works for me.

  31. “xbrad, zinc, like that zicam stuff.. works for me.”

    Zinc, Titanium, whatever works Xbad…

  32. Dave, I’m all over that stuff. Plus, last night’s Nyquil/coedine/bourbon dose let to some solid sleep, in spite of some pretty weird dreams.

  33. Black tea (racist), honey and bourbon works on my cold symptoms

  34. I wonder if titanium dissolves a little bit in your body over time?

    hmmmmm

  35. Dave, I’d worry more about the polyethylene liner. For hips metal-on-metal (MoM) was all the rage until they discovered wear particles in distant sites. Their use has become more selective…much like Obama’s appeal to America at large

  36. Hey Dave, can you clean up aisle 101 in football thread? TIA.

  37. I had a conversation with an Obama voter that turned to the surreal. I’m giving up on politics because I cannot communicate with the denizens from another planet that vote Democrat. Fuck ‘em all.

  38. j1mbro, this is my knee joint. Only metal on the femoral part.

    http://literature.ortho.stryker.com/files/LTKB.pdf

  39. Titanium is usually pretty stable in the body. It’s highly corrosion-resistant, which is part of the reason it’s so hard to work with.

  40. My good friend from med school days is a devoted liberal,loves the idea of single payor and thinks at some point you’ve made enough money. It’s hard to visit and hear his rants.

  41. Good day, people who are not qualified to read the information in the document dave linked a few minutes ago.

  42. 99% of them are gullible idiots. Life is too short to engage with them. Shutter the doors, stock up on ammo and go Galt.

  43. Triathlon is a good knee system, a lot of them are placed by our joint guys locally. And buy stock in Stryker, J+J and Zimmer, lots of joints going into those born between 46-64 in the next couple of decades. (I’m not invested directly in those companies, I have to disclose that!)

  44. Titanium is sticky to machine, hard to deform, and the chips/dust from machining or grinding can ignite. That’s why it’s hard to work with.

  45. All of those material properties are part and parcel with the corrosion resistance, Pepe. I could have made the point more accurately, though.

  46. Zinc, Titanium, whatever works Xbad…

    Where would we be without zinc oxide?

  47. All of those material properties are part and parcel with the corrosion resistance

    ????? Not in my periodic table.

  48. We wouldn’t have pennies.

  49. Enlighten me, Geoff.

  50. Canada doesn’t have pennies. Friggin snowbillies.

  51. I was kidding, I figured it was highly corrosion resistant or we wouldn’t be stickin it in peoples.

    5 years ago before this knee, my doc said “no, you need to be at least 55-60 years old.” They told me this joint is testing in the lab up to 30 years. No way to know till then, but they are using them in 45 year olds now.

  52. I hate waking up with a knot in my gut, thinking ‘we’re f*cked’. It really knaws that they are getting their wish of rounding us all up and selecting who gets what…..and the sheep are good with that.

  53. Titanium’s strength, stiffness, and machinability are due to its crystal & grain structure.

    Its corrosion resistance is due to the passivation layer of titanium oxide that forms on the surface.

    Its volatility is due to non-oxidized titanium molecules being exposed to oxygen at high temperatures.

  54. Dave, your Longhorns are taking it to my Cyclones. Ash is having one helluva day.

    Too bad our QB can’t step it up a little.

  55. Zinc oxide and you.

  56. Geoff, I’m not trying to be argumentative, but I don’t see how we’re disagreeing. It is that way because it is that way; the macroscopic properties are all dictated by the structure of the titanium atoms and the atmospheric gases to which it’s exposed.

  57. It really knaws that they are getting their wish of rounding us all up and selecting who gets what

    I like the part where Obama gets reelected by convincing women that Romney hates vaginas, and then declares the election results are a mandate for him to raise taxes on the +$250K crowd.

    The corollary of which is that he then takes their money and hands it to his voters.

    Looking at how he propped up the economy with $5 trillion+ of deficit spending, you can fairly say that he bought his reelection with your children’s taxes.

  58. There are a few people with bona fide metal allergies, far more who wore cheap jewelry and got a rash. When I have a patient who reports a metal allergy I usually have them wear a small piece of the implant on their skin for days- weeks to see. If you don’t, every bizarre symptom they have for the rest of their life is because of you, the “quack who did this to me”

  59. Mornin beansesese.

    http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_md6qfoih1v1rjcfxro1_500.gif

  60. Wish we could see it Jay, it’s on the Longhorn network.

    I don’t know about all that crystalline stuff, but my leg feels pretty good.

  61. Geoff, I’m not trying to be argumentative, but I don’t see how we’re disagreeing.

    Well, in the sense that everything is driven by fundamental physics,, that’s obviously true. But you’ll find that you can change the corrosion resistance of titanium without affecting its strength or machinability, for example, by either by stripping off the passivation layer, or replacing the oxide with a nitride.

    So if I hand you a chunk of titanium and describe its grain structure, you could estimate its strength and ductility, but you wouldn’t be able to say anything about its corrosion resistance until I told you what the surface composition was.

    So to me, they’re entirely separated topics, and they’re treated that way in engineering.

  62. Wha? I figured the Longhorn Network would be required on every satellite and cable system in Texas.

    It’s on local ABC here.

  63. Where’s my free shit?

  64. Ash is having one helluva day.

    Could be worse…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIxetRsd_2c

  65. Never try to break up a mathematician fight by hand. You might accidentally get divided by zero.

    Use a garden hose.

  66. Fair enough. I am, sadly, not a chemist or even real engineer, I just like to pretend in between times when I’m permitted to do something other than maintain someone else’s code.

  67. A local SITREP to restore some faith in our youth: three college age kids with short hair, up before noon were enjoying cigars and playing cribbage at the cigar shop. One held the door for me saying: “after you sir”. I was floored.

  68. *sends angry letter to UM Engineering school demanding refund*

  69. I am, sadly, not a chemist or even real engineer, I just like to pretend in between times when I’m permitted to do something other than maintain someone else’s code.

    Whereas for me, maintaining someone else’s code sounds kinda nice. I’ve got another big DARPA meeting coming up, where I’m supposed to present a genius concept that doesn’t yet exist. I’m not convinced it can exist.

    But the show must go on…

  70. Whereas for me, maintaining someone else’s code sounds kinda nice.

    I’m basically a the digital equivalent of a custodian at this point in my career. Everyone who’s had my job in the last decade has walked away from it in disgust and boredom.

    Which is why I’m trying to (re)learn chemistry. I figure the designer drug trade can’t be anywhere near so boring.

  71. Titanium is sticky to machine, hard to deform, and the chips/dust from machining or grinding can ignite.

    You can’t use titanium as a LOX tank because it blows up real good.

  72. I’m basically a the digital equivalent of a custodian at this point in my career.

    That sucks. You might consider heat transfer (which is the easiest engineering discipline there is), You’d be sought after by companies in Sterling Heights to work on Army vehicle thermal management.

  73. What’s all this smart talk?

    Somebody bogarted all the paste again.

  74. You can’t use titanium as a LOX tank because it blows up real good.

    Yeah – we’re working on a recuperator (basically a heat exchanger between the hot exhaust gas and the cold inlet air to recover some of the waste heat) for an Army helicopter that needs to be super-light (otherwise the recuperator adds more fuel consumption than it saves). Titanium would be an obvious choice, but for the oxidation problem. We’re going to try some atomic layer deposition coatings on titanium to see if maybe we could make titanium survivable.

    Probably fanciful, but we’re giving it a shot.

  75. http://jokideo.com/funny-dogs/

  76. Leon:

    If you like, you could send me your resume. I’m not much good at networking, but sometimes I run across some company or some project with a need.

  77. There are a few people with bona fide metal allergies, far more who wore cheap jewelry and got a rash.

    Daughter and I can’t wear nickel.

  78. Speaking of zinc oxide, I already bragged here about my NASA article, didn’t I?

  79. I thought this here blog was a recipe blog.

    Either of you fellas got any recipes that use titanium?

    *runs far, far away*

  80. We’re going to try some atomic layer deposition coatings on titanium to see if maybe we could make titanium survivable.

    Vacuum plasma spray or something else?

  81. Black tea (racist), honey and bourbon works on my cold symptoms

    Me too.
    Though I add lemon juice and leave out the black tea :P

  82. Titanium has gluten in it.

    *runs further*

  83. http://jokideo.com/category/pictures/page/22/

  84. Vacuum plasma spray or something else?

    No, plasma spray goes on too thick, so thermal expansion can crack the coating. Here’s the Wikipedia entry on atomic layer deposition.

  85. Vacuum plasma spray or something else?

    That right there is just plain sexy.

  86. This is why I’m such a good time at parties.

  87. Ah. I think they were doing something like that to improve the corrosion resistance of Inconel 718 some time ago. (Not my specialty)

  88. I don’t know that a career change makes sense at this point, as dissatisfied as I might be. I’m employed, and the custodian role I’m in — such as it is — basically requires a subject matter expert. I’ve already had to waste the better part of a decade on random crap I’ve had to learn (and then promptly forget) doing information-sharing web portals. As boring as this is, it’s at least steady and has the capacity for upward mobility.

  89. Hunh – Inconel 718 is already an awesome material (though it’s been eclipsed by some dispersion-strengthened and single-crystal superalloys). Was that for turbine blades?

  90. As boring as this is, it’s at least steady and has the capacity for upward mobility.

    Doesn’t sound too bad, particularly when the “weather out Obama’s economic policy” strategy has just doubled in difficulty.

  91. Geoff, I’m on LinkedIn if you’re interested in connecting. I’m the RADAR guy in Michigan connected to XBrad and Roamy.

  92. Which one of you nice people will be bringing me chicken noodle soup?

    **cough**

  93. Yeah, I’m committed to riding it out for at least the next 2-3 years, depending on the optional contract extensions. After that, we’ll see what the world looks like and whether I’m looking to move.

  94. I’m not an engineer, but make stuff from titanium on occasion. It’s a pain in the ass to work with. With knife parts, we usually use the 6AL4V variety, instead of pure titanium. I don’t use it that often, but knifemakers who do have had some spectacular fires from the grinding dust. It burns hot and bright. Machinists I know are careful about using coolant and keeping chips from piling up.

  95. *sends XBrad some “heart-y, taste-y chili”*

    There you go. Don’t worry, organ meats are very healthy.

  96. Comment by Sean M. on November 10, 2012 2:31 pm
    Titanium has gluten in it.
    *runs further*

    *loads bazooka with loaves of bread, aims at California*

    This is why I’m such a good time at parties.

    I’m just givin’ ya a hard time, Geoff – I’d prolly hang out with you at a party, and have a grand time :P

  97. particularly when the “weather out Obama’s economic policy” strategy has just doubled in difficulty.

    The theater yesterday was packed – at 3:15 in the afternoon.

    Someone in the crew of 5-6 that were next to us said, “Thanks, Obama!” VERY sarcastically.

    I almost fell out of my chair.

  98. I think mostly I was upset because what Geoff pointed out was the sort of thing you tend to miss as an autodidact. I can read and read and watch all the videos I want, but I could still miss something that an actual practitioner or those formally educated consider basic knowledge.

    It’s frustrating.

  99. No, in fact the first program I worked on was comparing Pratt Whitney 1480 to Mar-M (Martin Marietta) 246 with hafnium superalloys for the space shuttle main engine turbine blades. Inconel is elsewhere in the engine.

  100. Leon, I’ve had to learn most things on my own. It can result in some memorable lessons. I can remember vividly when I discovered that 300 series steel was non-magnetic. I put a piece on the surface grinder, and when I hit it with the belt, it shot across the room in a most dramatic fashion. You should have seen the carnage when I was learning how to run a milling machine. :-)

  101. After that, we’ll see what the world looks like and whether I’m looking to move.

    http://is.gd/w2igqv

  102. The H2: Come for the metallurgy, stay for the bewbs.

  103. WTF has happened to this blog? It’s like I don’t even know you people!

  104. I’ve always wanted a gyro-copter.

  105. with hafnium superalloys for the space shuttle main engine turbine blades.

    Ah – that’s a little warmer than the aircraft turbine engines I’m working on, where Inconel 718 and Waspaloy can be considered for lower-temperature applications.

  106. Hey Andy, where do I get a copy of your investing advice newsletter?

  107. Geoff, I’m on LinkedIn if you’re interested in connecting.

    A lot of people have pestered me about joining LinkedIn, but it seems like a high noise-to-utility networking approach, so I’ve resisted.

  108. http://tinyurl.com/axcpzrh

    Does this work?

  109. >> Hey Andy, where do I get a copy of your investing advice newsletter?

    http://www.shortthismofoitsgoingdown.com

  110. FYI, John E.’s Project Orca critique prompted a front-page story in the dead tree edition of the Boston Globe.

    http://www.boston.com/news/politics/2012/president/candidates/romney/2012/11/10/orca-mitt-romney-high-tech-get-out-the-vote-program-crashed-election-day/gflS8VkzDcJcXCrHoV0nsI/story.html

    Ace said that first piece he did is by far the most linked post at the HQ ever.

  111. A lot of people have pestered me about joining LinkedIn, but it seems like a high noise-to-utility networking approach, so I’ve resisted.

    It’s a few steps better than facecock, but I mostly agree. I was encouraged to use it by my company, otherwise I likely wouldn’t have bothered.

  112. http://www.shortthismofoitsgoingdown.com/

    Stupid me, I clicked on that.

  113. John’s post was very good. It’s no wonder it’s getting linked everywhere.

  114. Hahaha. Sorry, RC.

    WerdPOS added the http:// to that. I didn’t mean for it to be a real link.

    /Sends resume to Team Orca

  115. Jay, he sent around an email that must’ve had at least 30 links in it, including WaPo, Politico, etc.

    This was a really good one: http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2012/11/inside-team-romneys-whale-of-an-it-meltdown/

  116. From Andy’s link
    To build Orca, the Romney campaign turned to Microsoft

    I think I see the problem.

  117. Heh, regarding your morning thread quote, do you think Moffat will be doing web work for MSDNC soon? He could work with his buddy Schmidt then.

  118. That or something like it is the goal.

    I want that fucker’s scalp.

  119. >> I think I see the problem.

    Yeah, I made the comment yesterday that when I hear “robust” and “scalable”, Windows Server is the first thing that comes to mind. Not that icky old Unix or anything.

  120. Well, the comments on that ARS Technica article are exactly what I would expect from IT guys. It sounds like the libs in the office on Wednesday.

    But a lot of it is true.

  121. 1 front end server for a nationwide app with tens of thousands of users.

    Frakkin brilliant.

  122. Your science is for naught; I believe in unicorns that shit skittles.

  123. What stops political operatives that supposedly believe in the free market from just hiring people with the appropriate skills? Hell, I could have done a better job at that, and I’m just a recovering Java monkey.

  124. Amen chief, that’s what we voted for!

  125. I’m thinking we won’t see Orca on that consultant’s About Us page.

  126. Why I wouldn’t make money as a campaign consultant:

    Them: We need a fast cheap way to track GOTV.
    Me: Use twitter.
    Them: Thanks, here’s 47 cents.

  127. The people with artificial joints aren’t paying their fair share.

  128. Wow, A&M taking it to Alabama!

  129. Well, TiO2 is non-toxic, so it can be used as a food additive. I dunno about a recipe, though.

  130. Dadgumit, I’m going to roofie myself & masturbate. Y’all have fun in your own special ways.

  131. Mom! XBrad’s logged in as Stark!

  132. Dadgumit, I’m going to roofie myself & masturbate.

    Does this count as legitimate rape?

  133. Well, it’s not rape rape.

  134. As my daddy always said, You can’t rape the willing.

  135. Is that an Engrish Bulb Dog, or am I dreaming?

  136. The Beavers are led by Vaz?

    * snicker *

  137. bULB dOG aHOUY1

  138. back from work.

  139. hmmm

    http://tinyurl.com/b3jc94j

  140. Damnitall, I missed the metallurgy pr0n.

  141. If that was the husband’s letter to NYTimes, he’s a pussy. If I were screwing around on my husband, he would get a lawyer the day he found out and toss my ass.

  142. It looks like his dilemma was love of party vs love of wife.
    He chose poorly.

  143. I was confused that there is a position called “NY Times Magazine ethicist.”

  144. I was confused that there is a position called “NY Times Magazine ethicist.”

    Well said, David!

  145. I was confused.

    What else is new?

  146. Man, there’s a photo of Sohos on FaceChimp. She looks about thirty.

  147. Wait, wait I’m David? Am I in trouble for something?

  148. Ask her why she quit us.

  149. What the hell? Alabama is killing me.

  150. DAVID, TAKE OUT THE GARBAGE!*

    *for the record I have NEVER said that too my husband or dave

  151. No, the ATM’s are killing you.

  152. “Ask her why she quit us.”

    Yeah, I read that thread and thought everyone was very nice and polite….you know, like it always is around here.

  153. How many bullwhips did she have up her ass?

  154. Shut up Mare.

  155. *puts hand over Mare’s mouth*

  156. Wait, why do I get a hand over my mouth when scott asked first and Hotspur asks about bull whips?

    I want my $2.00!!!

  157. ah… That’s better.

  158. He told me to shut you up.

  159. Ok, It’s just when I hear “David” instead of “Dave” I gets jumpy.

  160. *plants full mouth kiss on Mare*

    There, you can breathe now.

  161. My comma is missing!
    My comma is missing!

    What kind of clip joint is this?

  162. Lawd Reekus! ‘Bama has me reaching for my heart meds.

  163. **facepalm**

  164. Wow.

  165. *plants full mouth kiss on Mare*

    Not bad, not bad at all.

    Minty and chardonnayie.

  166. Man, 35 degrees and blowing 30+ mph here. not fun at all.

  167. Gonna be 65 here tomorrow.

    Supposed to be warm for a couple of days and then flip back to the pattern where we get lots of storms.

  168. Scott, it was 65 here today. Not bad for November.

  169. Especially if you have no power, and your basement is full of water, and everything on the first floor is out by the curb.

  170. I shaved my bushes in my shorts. SHUT IT!

    *puts up dukes*

  171. GIG ‘EM AGGIES!

    WHOOP!!!!!!!!

  172. If I had no power and my basement was full of water and my first floor needed to be gutted….I’d burn it to the basement pool.

  173. It’s about 65 and windy here. I’m bundled up like Nanook of the North.

  174. Well, thank you, Alabama for ruining the BCS and your perfect season.

  175. I didn’t give a crap who won that and it was still a fun game to watch.

  176. Manziel is quite the QB, for a freshman.

  177. Hahahaha… congratulations SEC. You wanted em. This is what the Aggies do, they drive you batshit crazy knocking off the occasional contender.

    That they lost to Florida and LSU makes it even funnier, don’t it?

  178. I agree, Scott, I was not emotionally invested. But if this opens the door for Notre Dame I will go postal on more asses than usual.

  179. Got an e-mail last week from the 12th Man Foundation, offering tix to this game for $85 apiece.

    Don’t we have a couple of Hostages who live near Tuscaloosa?

    We were sure Bama was gonna eat our lunch….
    What a shocker -

  180. Did Tuberville embarrass an assistant coach right on camer? Not cool.

  181. It would have been funner if the lead had changed hands, but A&M really was in control the whole time.

  182. Manziel is quite the QB, for a freshman.

    He graduated from the same HS as my 2 nephews –
    Mr. TiFW’s sister (their mom) and brother both live in Kerrville, TX.

    Tivy High School – home of the Fighting Antlers…..
    (I don’t get it, either)

  183. I’m proud of A&M! They were in control the whole time.

  184. Fighting Antlers? It’s better than The Fighting Spoons, but not by much.

  185. I shaved my bushes in my shorts. SHUT IT!

    Don’t most people take them off first?

  186. Antlers will fuck your shit up.

  187. One of our other nephews graduated from Delta State University in Mississippi.

    Home of the Fighting Okra.
    (not kidding)

  188. Antlers will fuck your shit up.

    They hafta be attached to a critter, though :P

  189. Okra will fuck your shit up.

  190. The Dixie Chicken is gonna be a wild(er) place tonight…..

  191. I used to watch Okra, before she started giving away cars, and endorsing Obama.

  192. Okra will fuck your shit up.

    True dat.

  193. http://imgur.com/xEI8U

  194. ♫ There’ll be a hot time in the old town tonight! ♫

  195. http://i.imgur.com/BUwOml.jpg

  196. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84TWhY1aPro

  197. LOL!
    Thanks for that, TGSG – alas, the Chicken Ranch is no more….. :P

  198. Oh NO!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sO-Uf2XcCak

  199. Yo, white people! Did you know that you are against abortions because you are racist, eugenicist and eugenicist racists?

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2012/11/10/MSNBC-Panelist-White-People-Are-Against-Abortion-Because-They-Are-Trying-to-Build-Up-The-Race

  200. Apparently these panelists are unfamiliar with the works of Margaret Sanger.

    Irony will fuck your shit up.

  201. Why would robots scream out? Wouldn’t they use email or twitter or something as to not tip us off they were going to exterminate us?

  202. Was watching the A&M game and I am way on the path of being overserved.

    At least I’ll be in bed early.

  203. Did anybody chafe under anybody else’s yoke today?

  204. *moves Scott to top of “Kill First” list*

    Thanks for the “earwig”, dude…..

  205. That’s a bit personal Sean.

  206. Did you know that you are against abortions because you are racist, eugenicist and eugenicist racists?

    The f*ck? Can you imagine if a panel of ‘whiteys’ sat around and talked about the demise of the blackies…..

  207. Irony will fuck your shit up.

    Cocoons are actually a pretty effective defense against irony.

  208. Elementary penguin, singing Hari Krishna. . .

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=42luHhrsNhg

  209. I was listening to Dennis Miller on the way home and he was going on about young people of today being ‘the smartest generation’. They know what they want, like Obama and where he wants to take the country, chose him as their leader. They are positive about that choice and think it is going to take them out of ‘this’ and onward.(whatever that meant).

    I think he must be hitting the bottle and grasping at melting straws. Kids of today are undereducated, low information on anything, infantile in many ways. They don’t know much beyond ‘free birth control’ soundbites. The girls are stupid and the dudes are like ‘yay, I have a chance at getting some’.

  210. Idiot kids, if they ever get a full time job, with Obama taxes tacked on, they are going to get what they voted for good and hard.

  211. Beasn, I doubt most people are bright enough to know how much they are being taxed. Case in point: the employer portion of payroll tax. Most people don’t know there is such a thing. Of those who know, very few realize that the fact that the eomplyer has to pay 6.4% payroll tax depresses the wages he pays you, so you are in effect paying that as well.

    I read somewhere that most hollywood actors are financially illeterate have have no friggin clue how much they earn, let alone what rate they are being taxed at.

  212. Beasn is wise.

  213. Tushie, I try and educate people where I can. A lot don’t know how much their employer could pay them.
    Now my sister says she doesn’t give a f*ck because it’s their duty and will never work for a small business ever again. (she has a problem with punctuality and working with people in general. A small setting is bad for her because she would have to ‘mingle’). She said that while hissing and I pictured her head spinning all the way around.

  214. Your sister should apply at the DMV. I bet they give her a signing bonus.

  215. Where’s Roamy?

    http://youtu.be/3dwlzP5EvxM

  216. Everybody working 29.5 hours per week will grow the fuck out of our economy.

  217. My friend and I were talking about “found porn” last night, b-rad, and then I got home and saw your last comment of the night.

    *sweeps car for bugs*

  218. Uncle’s old closet at grandmother’s house porn. At least in my case.

    This fine body of work got transferred to trailer house where the itenerant farm hands were housed porn. I was rubbing them out before I was physically able to rub one out.

  219. Kindle Fire!

    * sad face *

  220. I probably should not be watching ESPN tonight.

  221. **passes Sean a Diet Dr. Pepper**

    My team lost on Thursday, so I didn’t care about today. Bama vs. the Aggies was a big surprise, though.

  222. Keep ‘em coming, roamy. It’s gonna be a long night.

  223. Gen Y can go fuck themselves. And their parents, who constantly bitch about them, but also enable them to be 26 year old teenagers can go fuck themselves as well.

  224. At which point does a poot officially become a fart? I’m asking for a friend.

  225. All 3 of my SiLs kids are still at home. 26, 24, and soon to be 21. Archeology and Philosophy degrees for the 2 college grads. Whole family voted for TFG. I agree with MJ.

  226. And their parents, who constantly bitch about them, but also enable them to be 26 year old teenagers can go fuck themselves as well.

    Word. Participation trophies and self-esteem.

  227. It was 22 fookin’ degrees this morning. I just wandered out for a drink&smoke and the stars are bright and not twinkling much. I’m betting for 20 tomorrow.
    I hate winter in the NW. I’m so skinny that I’m cold all the time. It was very bright this morning. So much that I thought it had snowed. It was just the fog that had frozen on the ground and trees overnight.

    Scott,
    did you find the ammo that you were looking this morning?

    MJ,
    I’m there with you, too.

  228. At which point does a poot officially become a fart?

    When number of syllables exceeds 2, 3 for sure. Volume and odor range may also enter into the equation. You can always blame a poot on the dog.

  229. Roamy,
    Self-esteem is to be earned not granted.
    Fuck them and their parents.
    Every fuckin’ precious little snowflake.

  230. We were supposed to have rain, snow, and high winds today in ABQ. We got the winds. Supposed to be in the teens tomorrow. Meh. Not impressed with this system.

  231. It’s dead, Jim.
    Nytol…

  232. Huh. The next development over just had a fireworks show. What for, I don’t know.

    //crawls into Oso’s lap.

  233. Awww…are you feeling better, XB? Thundercoats don’t work.

  234. This is actually going better than I thought it would.

    (I will probably live to regret typing that.)

  235. No, day two of MANCOLD 2012!! is even worse than day one.

  236. “They’re not blowing them out” Go Bears!

  237. Best news I’ve heard all day.

    http://tinyurl.com/a2nqqz4

  238. G’night H2. Mass @ 7:30.

  239. Do any of you know if it has been scientifically proven, beyond a shadow of dobut, that there really is a difference between shit and Shinola? I’m asking for a friend.

  240. dobut = doubt

    But dobut is an intriquing word. Methinks we should define it, start using it, and declare it a real word.

  241. Do any of you know if it has been scientifically proven, beyond a shadow of dobut, that there really is a difference between shit and Shinola?

    Shinola won’t flush as easily.

  242. Why do you come here
    When you know it makes things derp for me ?
    When you know, oh
    Why do you come ?

  243. http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_md98igSpmS1qcqtduo1_500.gif

    Enthusiasm costs extra.

  244. My gaming friends were enjoying some laughs at the failure of ORCA last night. I need better gaming friends, or to quit the hobby.

  245. New post ORCA fuckers.


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