Halfassed Workday Poat

Thorsday

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  1. *vapes*

  2. Satanist belly button ring?

    You can keep your damn devil cookie.

  3. What race is “pierced”, such that anti-pierced is racism?

  4. Yeah, early “Friday”.

    Been in technical training (that isn’t very technical) all week. Drank more coffee than normal.

  5. I may put in a few more hours after I catch up on TV.

    Got unsweetened almond milk yesterday. Interesting in coffee.

  6. Coffee. Black.

  7. Vaping is racist.

  8. Yes.

    I should get that as a tattoo.

  9. So how long are these wicked dreams gonna last? They’re starting to get a bit scary.

  10. I doubt the dreams are from the e cigarette.

    Your body is probably craving one of these

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_additives_in_cigarettes

  11. I figured it was from the real ones. Just sucks.

  12. It’s probably the combination of the low carbs and the vaping. How much nicotine are you taking in?

    There’s a lot of anecdote/paleo broscience to suggest that dreams may be strongly influenced by the gut biome. Any big dietary change can result in them for awhile. Low carbers adding resistant starch to their diets after a long time low carb sometimes report very vivid dreams.

  13. Or it could be from all of the stabbings.

  14. Not sure how much nic, but if I had to guess I’d say maybe a bit more than usual (I’m catching a buzz sometimes), but that’s intentional on my part to try to get over the cig-additive-withdrawal hump.

    I’ve been low-carbing for about a month now but I splurged on a chicken spinach flatbread pizza last night–is flour a “resistant starch”??

  15. So how long are these wicked dreams gonna last? They’re starting to get a bit scary.

    Shit, cyn, Obama isn’t a horrible dream. It’s really happening.

    sorry to be the one to tell you.

  16. *stabs ‘Spur and Carin, with love of course*

  17. *vapes carbs

  18. I’m pretty sure the girl above has more viruses than a Russian porn site.

  19. Some portion of any starch is always “resistant”. What that means in practical terms is that you don’t actually digest it as carbohydrate. Your gut bugs digest it and excrete short-chain fatty acids. The hypothesis is that there are chemical byproducts of that process that a normal person has a low level of at all times, but after awhile on low carb you regain your sensitivity to those chemicals, and the sudden reintroduction ends up being a sort of mild drugging for you.

  20. stabbing with love sounds dirty.

  21. Years ago a kid that worked for me showed up with his facial hardware. Took him aside quietly and privately and told him he couldn’t wear em at work and he gave me a little shit. So I stopped with the nice and said “either you take em out or I will”

    Never saw em again.

  22. I saw Stabbing with Love open for the Plasmatics in ’82

  23. Lovestabbing is a tool of the patriarchy.

  24. Only if it’s stab-stabbing.

  25. I did the Paleo thing for a month, and i don’t really think it made much difference to me. I lost 10 pounds, but that was mostly because I was watching what I ate so closely. I actually think I do better with some carbs – as I’ve been doing since I won the 30-day thing. I think I ate TOO much meat/protein on Paleo.

    I’m actually not eating enough right now, and I need to find something to supplement. Just not hungry. I get this way when I worry. That’s when I resort to protein drinks. It’s either force one down or eat nothing. protein drinks are a no-no on paleo.

  26. Nothing about paleo requires low carbs, Carin. The point is picking tubers and fruit (possibly white rice) instead of bread. The macros should be determined by activity and goals.

  27. I meant breads, pasta, some rice. I was short-handing.

    I have no ill effects from bread, etc. The variety also satisfies me to a level that I don’t think about food.

    i think I eat pretty well, and am overall in good health.

    I have other dragons to slay. Paleo takes too much work for me.

  28. Have a look at this layout: http://perfecthealthdiet.com/the-diet/

    Highly researched, emphasis on health and longevity over performance. He recommends 30% calories from carbs, mostly safe starches, with periods of fasting or VLC dieting as an intervention. His final macros actually look a lot like “maintenance” per Atkins.

  29. A lot of paleo people use minimally adulterated whey with no ill effects for the reason you state. Even as much as I love meat, I find a lot of convenience in it when necessary.

  30. >>Got unsweetened almond milk yesterday. Interesting in coffee.

    Hmm, wife got some for kids, because she wanted to make sure if one of them is Lactose intolerant. She realized later that the issues was with the kid being an a-hole, not lactose intolerance.
    It is lying around. I might try it.

  31. The stuff I got is pretty mild in flavor, 30 calories per 8oz: 2.5g fat and 1g protein. I suspect it will work well in protein shakes should I need it.

  32. Is mile not paleo or low carb or whatever? That sounds silly.

  33. *milk

    I’m sure our lurkers are riveted by the morning conversations about food and what not.

    What do we want?

    FISH STICKS!

    When do we want them?

    DINNER TIME!

  34. Milk isn’t paleo, no, nor cheese. Casein is troublesome for adult animals anyhow, which is how T. Colin Campbell “proved” that high protein/low carb diets cause cancer.

    He fed mice soybean oil and casein and they got cancer, which is sort of a foregone conclusion, and nothing like a mouse’s natural diet.

  35. I’m sorry, I swear I’m done now.

  36. I’m so grateful that I have no issues with lactose – I prefer cream to milk (and it has fewer carbs, too).

    Was somewhat (pleasantly) surprised to find that a cup of cream has the same number of carbs as 1/2 cup of carrots.

    My mom was wrong – I don’t need to eat my veggies…..

  37. Life w/o cookies isn’t worth living.

  38. *uses MJ as a kickboxing bag

    Hmm, strangely satisfying.

  39. You people suck.

  40. I should bring up crackfat.

  41. Huh. I had no idea this existed. It’s hilarious.

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

  42. I prefer Snickers bars and ice cream, but I can still eat cookies. Then again, I’m not low-carbing :-D

  43. Comment by Cyn on July 3, 2014 10:40 am
    So how long are these wicked dreams gonna last? They’re starting to get a bit scary.
    ===========
    You might try not vaping the LSD.

  44. I thought that’s what you were riffing on the whole time, MJ.

  45. Are fish sticks Paleo?

  46. Diabeetus.

  47. If I was, I missed the joke. I guess I’m a gay fish.

    I’m pretty sure GND and I were talking about gross food/funny words and thought fish sticks was hilarious.

  48. OMG, this whole time, you really didn’t know?

    I thought it was a giant reference to that.

  49. Hilarious.

  50. This whole thing may have started with Cards Against Humanity.

  51. A LEGAL immigrant is running for a congressional seat in Florida – sounds like a really neat guy:

    http://legalinsurrection.com/2014/07/calvin-turnquest-the-gop-face-of-legal-immigration-fl18/

  52. DD#3 has a bunch of the Cards against Humanity decks.

    I “may” have contributed to her delinquency in that regard…..

  53. You might try not vaping the LSD.

    Fun killer.

  54. All this time I thought MJ knew about Kanye and gay fish. SMH

  55. I had leftover spaghetti meat sauce on toasted bread for breakfast.

    Not sure if that’s Paleolithic and don’t care.

  56. It caused the hunger pain to subside which is a key requirement for me when it comes to food choices.

  57. Blue Meth works great for the hunger pains too.

    *bings blue meth e-liquid for vaping*

  58. Can you vape THC? How would anyone know you were smoking pot?

    It doesn’t smell like anything, right?

  59. Right.

  60. I bet all the gay fish jokes make more sense now, don’t they, MJ?

  61. MJ, it’s done. A lot.

  62. Can you vape caffeine?

  63. Can you vape THC? How would anyone know you were smoking pot?

    They just made medicinal marijuana legal in NY. But you can’t smoke it. You either have to take the pill form or you can vape it.

    Meanwhile, they are trying to outlaw vaping e-cigs in NYC.

    e-joints = okay
    e-cigs = not okay.

    our society is so fucked.

  64. For a nation founded in no small part on tobacco farming, this is travesty.

  65. The travesty is that the reason they want to outlaw e-cigs is because they look like cigarettes.

    That’s just the most amazingly stupid thing I’ve ever seen in my life.

  66. They don’t have to. The first ones on the market looked like asthma inhalers.

  67. *invents e-cig shaped like a dong*

  68. Dong Bong (didn’t search for images)

  69. MJ likes fishsticks.

  70. New garden planted.

    LET THE SECOND GUESSING AND RE-ARRANGING BEGIN!!!!

  71. Did you trim the bushes, Car in?

  72. I’m generally not a fan of bushes. Just don’t like ‘em. I have a red-twigged dogwood, and some hydrangeas. That’s about as bushy as I get.

    If anyone ever sees a boxwood in my yard, you know I’ve had some sort of mental break.

  73. Fishbush?

  74. Carin has no bush. Good to know.

  75. Cornus Sericea

  76. Crackbush.

  77. Good to know.

    Like it would actually do either one of us any good.

  78. I’m generally not a fan of bushes.

    OFB?

  79. Not even a little bush?

  80. we are all going to remain 13 years old for the rest of our lives, aren’t we?

  81. Comment by Cyn on July 3, 2014 2:21 pm

    Not even a little bush?

    A small, well-trimmed one can be quite inviting.

  82. I’m with Car in. No bushes.

  83. A small, well-trimmed one can be quite inviting.

    It does, however, depend on the location.

    A poorly placed bush can easily generate the complete opposite of the desired reaction.

  84. A poorly placed bush can easily generate the complete opposite of the desired reaction.

    For example, crackbush.

  85. we are all going to remain 13 years old for the rest of our lives, aren’t we?

    I am not going to act like an adult, and you can’t make me!

  86. For example, crackbush.

    Well, yes, that is just one of the many examples of the point I am attempting to make.

  87. Bushwacked.

  88. And you can’t let things grow too wild. There’s nothing worse than having some tiny Scottish man pop out and say, “Dr. Livingston, I presume?” at entirely the wrong time.

  89. Pitbush.

  90. So, while we’re discussing Car in’s bush, I’m curious, just when is Leon supposed to give her some wood?

  91. Generally,the people like bushes who simply don’t want to have to devote any time to taking care of things. Maintenance free!

    Yea, sure. But it looks horrible.

    amiright?

  92. Nosebush

  93. Yea, sure. But it looks horrible.

    amiright?

    You tell me. I wasn’t alive in the 70s.

  94. Earbush.

  95. Someone ID CA.

  96. Big toebush

  97. we are all going to remain 13 years old for the rest of our lives, aren’t we?
    ————————
    The red smudge on the first picture kind of looks like a dick.

  98. The red smudge on the first picture kind of looks like a dick.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

    That’s the first thing I thought of when I saw that as well.

  99. The red smudge on the first picture

    I thought that was the point of that picture until I went back and read it.

  100. I had to look at it a few times.

    I admit it…

    You’re better at spotting dicks immediately.

  101. backbush

  102. You too, AD.

  103. Her deck is so huge you wouldn’t even notice the bush.

  104. Time to go clean the coop.

  105. CarIn probably has the best looking deck I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen a lot of decks.

  106. We’re deckless. We have a patio. A patio.
    That even sounds pathetic.

  107. I can’t believe we didn’t take a picture of her deck.

  108. CarIn probably has the best looking deck I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen a lot of decks.

    I wonder if she has placed any bushes around her deck…

  109. I don’t think the whole deck could make it in one picture. It’s a huge deck.

    It can handle many.

  110. And look at Mr. Fancy wiser, 13 in 4th grade!

  111. This is so fucked up. Hillary has no inkling of the history of the relationship between US and UK. And she was SecState for 4 years. And she wants to be President.

    I know more about the historical US-UK special relationship, and I am not even an American or a Brit.

    I would make a better President than her, or the current idiot.

  112. >>I wonder if she has placed any bushes around her deck…

    the bushes are on the other side from the deck.

  113. Pressure treated wood deck?

  114. Time to go clean the coop.

    ummmm…….

  115. I need to refinish my deck. sigh.

  116. Most decks need a good refinishing after a while.

  117. Decks look really good when you rub them really hard.

  118. Mr Myogi got Danielson to sand his deck.

    What a perv.

  119. How much for a deck wax?

  120. How much for a deck wax?

    $50 bucks, same as in town…

  121. Waxed his car, too.

  122. Waxed his car, too.

    28 days and counting…..

  123. Today we’ve covered:

    1. Fat shaming
    2. Low carb something or other
    3. Vaping drugs
    4. MJ is an idiot/fish dicks
    5. Gardening/pubic hair
    6. Dick/deck

    I’d say we’re on track for an interesting evening.

  124. I’d say we’re on track for a Thursday.

  125. **checks handbook**

    We’re a little short on midget porn.

  126. Bert and Ernie haven’t been up to no good yet, either.

  127. And I don’t see racism anywhere on that list.

    It’s like I’ve never met you people.

  128. STFU Jay.

    *nudges Xbrad to cross off “Insult a Hostage” in the handbook checklist*

  129. Facial piercings covered rayciss in the poat

  130. We’re a little short on midget porn.

    **cough**MJ**cough**

  131. What did I have for lunch 2 years ago today, Oso?

  132. I dunno, fish sticks?

  133. XBrad, the 20 guilty dogs list you posted.

    Do you know who that first beagle puppy is?

    It is Dave’s fat dog Moses, when he was a puppy.

  134. I didn’t get the gay fish thing either, MJ. I thought the fish sticks were a reference to Tourette’s Guy and “These fishsticks are hard as tits!”

  135. Tushar, that’s why I posted it, and tagged Dave.

  136. A Pet Hostage is one of the most internet-famous dogs!
    I love this blog.

  137. *slaps oso with a deck board

  138. heh

  139. Now Moses is infamous

  140. I don’t get why Tushar is so down on Singham. This shit was hilarious.

  141. >>I don’t get why Tushar is so down on Singham

    Ha ha ha! Yeah, right.

  142. Fireworks acquired.

    Pupster Boy1 got his Selective Service Notification in the mail today. He’s freaked. I told him about registering a long time ago, and I thought he understood, but right now he is sure he is going to be drafted and killed in a most heinous fashion, maybe tomorrow. I cannot convince him that it is nothing to worry about. He wants to run away to Canada. It’s kind of putting a damper on the USA Birthday Celebration I had planned.

  143. Pupster, let him sweat a bit

  144. For the first summer I can recall in a long time there’s no burn ban in central Texas. We get fireworks.

    Moses is going to be a freak this weekend.

  145. http://imgur.com/gallery/edRC4

  146. I cannot convince him that it is nothing to worry about. He wants to run away to Canada.

    I’ll go with him; our country kinda sucks right now.

  147. Check your pagers for a party invite! My parents are out of town for the weekend woooohooooo!

  148. on my way sugarbritches

  149. *out of friendship, drains pool and Sparky’s water dish*

  150. Pupster, I didn’t realize our boys were that close in age. Rocketboy turns 18 in two weeks.

  151. you’re feelin me babe.

    OK, TIME to beats feets for home. It’s a stormin here, good stuff

  152. You had Rocketboy when you were 12?

  153. Evening Hostages.

    Did I miss Cyn debriefing?

  154. When I first filled out my SF86, I panicked when it asked for my Selective Service Number. I panicked because I didn’t remember registering. I must have, though, because they had a number for me when I checked.

  155. You missed nothing, brent; I forgot to announce it several hours ago.

  156. Cheeseburgers, haddock filets, cole slaw and garden salad tonight. Frozen pizza for the boys. Thank dog Paula will be home tomorrow. Since we’re forecast for rain and it is my brother’s family I’ve offered to take everyone out for Chinese food.

  157. Jimbro, no fish sticks?

  158. *looks Cyn up and down*

    Well then? Put them back on and do it again!

  159. I’ll go with him; our country kinda sucks right now.
    ———————————–
    This is the kind of response makes me love this place. Every good joke has a lot of truth in it.

  160. Does Pupsterboy#1 know that the hot MILF in AZ offered to run away to Canada with him?

    Don’t tell him. It may sway his reasoning.

  161. I was fibbing about the fish sticks in the freezer. Salmon burger patties and haddock portions. I wouldn’t serve my brother fish sticks now. As a kid, yeah, but that was a long time ago.

  162. Nothing wrong with some Gorton’s fish sticks and ketchup.

  163. Put them back on and do it again!

    Done!
    And!
    Done!

  164. I see my brother once or twice a year. If I saw him more often he’d be having the fish sticks. Ketchup is gross on fish sticks. Gotta be tarter sauce.

  165. I wouldn’t serve my brother fish sticks now.

    Haha I’d pay you one brazillion dollars if you did.

  166. *smokes cigarette*

    Thanks Cyn.

    Tartar sauce? Barf. If you’d said cocktail sauce, I’d be right there with you.

  167. Ketchup: burgers
    Mustard.: hot dogs
    Cocktail sauce: shrimps
    Tarter sauce: fish
    Molé sauce: who the hell knows

  168. Awesomesauce: XBrad

  169. A sauce from moles? Bleck.

  170. We have people returning fish sticks, because they’re all breading and no fish. I was off today. Dan had to put up with all the people that hadn’t priced bacon, corn, or cherries, lately. We sold out of fresh jalapenos this morning and people were pissed!!! You had a whole pallet on Sunday!!!! $20.

  171. Sriracha!!!!

  172. The number one ingredient in fish sticks? Fish snouts.

    gross

  173. Dan made Chinese mustard last night for our egg rolls. My allergy/sinus problems disappeared. IYKWIMAITTYD

  174. Born in 1959. The magic year between the last draft registration and the first voluntary one (whatever the fuck it is) in 1960.

    I rock

  175. Damn. You’re old.

  176. Who wants ice cream for dinner?

  177. You simply cannot disagree with the progressive agenda in any way shape or form, or you will be punished.

    http://radio.foxnews.com/toddstarnes/top-stories/gays-dont-want-scouts-selling-water.html

  178. Ketchup is gross on fish sticks.

    We live in different universes connected ever so tenuously by the miracle of the internet, it seems.

  179. We live in different universes connected ever so tenuously by the miracle of the internet, it seems.

    You may like dudes pretending to be chicks, but you’re alright by me Leon.

  180. >> Damn. You’re old.

    Yep. I’m 5-6 years away from 2 daughter hell though, which last 10-12 years, I’m all done with that.

    Also I have money.

  181. ICE CREAM!!!!!

  182. Molé sauce: who the hell knows

    I’ve had some excellent chicken molé more than once.

  183. Yep. I’m 5-6 years away from 2 daughter hell though, which last 10-12 years, I’m all done with that.

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. Sure you are.

  184. It is completely inappropriate for a town council to request that a local troop of kids endure a discussion about the group’s national policies regarding gay scout leaders, in order to be allowed to participate in an event.

    It was an inappropriate request, and probably deliberately intended to harass and cause the group to opt out. What parent is going to want to have their kid involved in a pointless meeting like that, about adult themes and national politics that do not concern children?

    This request of theirs was just a way of pushing the BSA out of the event without getting their fingerprints on it.

  185. Mole sauce is awesome. Pork and chicken are my favs.

    Don’t push it aside, have that chocolate sauce.

  186. Figured that out all by yourself, did ya, Laura?

  187. >> Sure you are

    I’m done living with it every day in my home. The occasional get together. Feh. They toughened me up, I don’t even feel it now.

    Good luck, and by good luck I mean Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  188. Hey, that hump isn’t just for looks.

  189. HE MISSED THE TAG HE MISSED THE TAG

    /Uecker

  190. Did anybody feel like anybody else just kinda phoned in that thing they normally do today?

  191. I’ve often wondered if the hump wasn’t the cranium for her deliciously evil and brilliant sense of humor brain. Except it moves around a lot if you keep an eye on it.

  192. One of my friends is gay (now). It’s interesting to see a Republican dad and businessman change his views right before my eyes. The religion bashing is especially enlightening.

  193. I don’t like mole. I’m NEW Mexican, not Messican. I really don’t like Mexican food. I like Tex Mex and NM. I don’t like Baja.

  194. Did anybody feel like anybody else just kinda phoned in that thing they normally do today?

    Well why don’tcha just come right out and say that you hate my poat.

    *slams door*

  195. It’s the dick pic at the top that set him off.

  196. This post has the best cookies ever

  197. I actually had to look up mole sauce and the recipe doesn’t look too hard. One of these days I’ll surprise myself and make it.

  198. It’s the dick pic at the top that set him off.

    Or confused him, thinking it was Monday.

  199. Haha, this one made me laugh:

    Computer Programming: How do people write more than 10,000 lines of code all by themselves?

    Answer: They use Java

    leon probably won’t find it as funny as I did. I laugh because I work in COBOL right now.

  200. Xbrad, that was what I wanted to write in the comments over there to all the ignoramuses that kept insisting the boy scouts opted out of the event on their own. But I couldn’t log in because I’m not on faceborg.

  201. IDENTIFICATION DIVISION
    ENVIRONMENT DIVISION
    DATA DIVISION
    PROCEDURE DIVISION

    from memory, I haven’t touched a source deck since 1994.

    Just how old ARE you Jay?

  202. Jay, I am a Java programmer. That line is funny, but I think with most modern languages, Line Count is an irrelevant metric.

    Eclipse, and other IDEs will generate a whole lot of code for you. To credit the programmer with writing all that code makes no sense.

  203. Storms are coming. Warnings say gusts to 70 MPH and golf ball sized hail are possible.

  204. I wrote one COBOL program in 1987 and I copied pasted and modified it into 240 programs for the next ten years

    Also it’s raining like hell here, and that ain’t a bad thing.

  205. Golf ball sized hails and 70 mph winds are a bad thing. That’s what took out my roof and fence last year.

    Not for a seafood dinner. Out.

  206. I’ve written 10000 lines just prototyping when it was necessary.

  207. I was born a little earlier than DiT… keeping an eye on the draft numbers was a thing we did back then. Had I been born one year earlier, my draft number would have been “2”. As it was my number the year I became eligible was in the 200’s and they were only drafting up to about 170 so I got lucky I guess. /shrug

  208. I wrote C++ before they added namespaces to it, that helped. I’ve also had to write my own libraries a few times because it was faster than getting code moved to the limited access area.

  209. We blew up some stuff.

    Boy talked to draft era Grandpa and feels most better.

  210. Really, leon?

    Well I wrote C+++.

  211. IDE code generation? Heh. My “IDE” was vi for most of my career.

    Do I get to count lines in makefiles? Because that crap is way harder than programming.

  212. Does anyone understand what the fuck these computer people are talking about?

  213. Fuck, you’re old TGSG.

    Languages notched on my belt.

    370 and 8086 Assembler
    COBOL
    FORTRAN
    PASCAL
    RPG
    C++

    various systems stuff in DOS (not PC-DOS, IBM mainframes), VM, MVS, System 370

    Me and SQL are like, intimate, or were before I decided to be a suit.

  214. Hey pups I’m glad your kid is back down from DEFCON 2

  215. Regardless of what yer recipe says Jimbro, Once you mole sauce is assembled and as hot as it’s going to get, swirl in a big spoonful of chunky peanut butter. Bam.
    (also happy belated birthday, I was working four twenty hr days in a row.)
    Shut it! Not Those Kind of 420’s!!

  216. Comment by daveintexas on July 3, 2014 6:25 pm
    Moses is going to be a freak this weekend.
    ===========
    He’s probably not the only one, right Cyn? ;)

  217. Well I wrote C+++.

    Did you write it in your Trapper Keeper and then add your name and then draw little hearts around it?

  218. Does anyone understand what the fuck these computer people are talking about?
    ——————
    No. Let’s steal their wallets.

  219. No. Let’s steal their wallets.

    Can we give them swirlies too?

  220. *Keeps pressing 1 for English for me and Bcoch*

  221. No shit, Oso. Press harder!

  222. Leon, I kept a log all day, and I am surprised that I only consumed 1500 calories. 94 grams of protein and only 20 grams of carbs. 113 grams of fat. I feel full enough. I may go for a small snack before I sleep.

  223. “We’re going to steer clear of Montpelier for a while,” Scout volunteer Leslie Sanborn told the newspaper. “It’s left a very bad taste in our mouths.”

    That’s what you get when you get in bed with the gay groups.

  224. Somebody touched my Source Deck!!1 Im going to SQRL!!!

  225. C
    C++
    A bit of Fortran and COBOL in college
    BASIC
    Java – mostly
    Perl
    Python (a bit)
    Shell
    SQL.

    Leon, I used vi for first few years as well. Never figured out EMACS.

  226. The mere act of logging can change your eating habits. Keep at it for a week and see if anything changes. You may also find that you’re hungrier tomorrow than you were today. I often have 1500 calorie days only to follow them with a 5000 calorie day.

    Can we give them swirlies too?

    Right, like you can lift me.

  227. Does anyone understand what the fuck these computer people are talking about?

    I do. It’s nothing important. Just a little geek dick-waving.

  228. MCPO still has me beat Dave.

  229. I used emacs on my first job, then didn’t for a few years, then it wasn’t on any of the unix machines I was at.

    Then I finally had it again, and realized I’d forgotten how to use it.

  230. C
    C++
    A bit of Fortran and COBOL in college
    BASIC
    Java – mostly
    Perl
    Python (a bit)
    Shell
    SQL.

    Leon, I used vi for first few years as well. Never figured out EMACS.
    ————–
    *bosses around ‘those people.’

  231. I thought we banned bossy?

  232. This storm is intense.

  233. I don’t think I’ve ever seen it rain harder and it sounds like we are being shelled.

  234. >>*bosses around ‘those people.’

    MJ, I have seen a few IT bosses who have no tech expertise, not even obsolete tech expertise. No one respects them. They know they cannot supervise and judge the work of their subordinates. So they try to govern by fear and bluster. It works. For some time. Then it stops working.

  235. Right, like you can lift me.

    I’ll take that bet.

  236. Leon, what amount of fat is acceptable? And should dairy fat be limited?

  237. Just a little geek fish-stick-waving.

    Is that with ketchup or tartar sauce?

    MJ was asking in a PM.

  238. I’m the only Micro$oftie, huh?

    Microfocus COBOL, converting from a mainframe. My special programs are C#, though.

    and makefiles SUCK! Almost as bad as load scripts.

  239. Stay safe, Scoot and Laura.

  240. We had old computer punch cards for scrap paper as kids in elementary school. That’s as close to programming I’ve ever been. I did bang a programmer once and she gave me a Java t-shirt that was too big for her.

  241. At this point, what difference does it make!!!! I ran out of sweet jalapeño relish!!!

  242. Bcoch, I will be resisting.

    Leon, what amount of fat is acceptable? And should dairy fat be limited?

    Eat to satiety, but not past it. Dairy fat as cream or cheese can hold some people back, might be an issue. As butter or ghee should be less trouble.

  243. I wrote one punch card program, in 1983. Just because.

  244. Yeah, this is spectacular. The eye of Arthur is going to go pretty much right over the top of my in laws house. Which is where my wife and kids are right now. Spec-fucking-tacular.

  245. I saw Chunky PB open for The Holy Molés at the
    Garden in ’85.

  246. My kids were eating bugles. I couldn’t resist. Ate one. That must be like one complete gram of carbs.

  247. Jay, the day I’m told to use C# for a project is the day I switch to LinkedIn Premium and tell my program manager that I did so.

  248. Oh shit, Bcoch. Prayers.

  249. Resistance is futile, Leon.

  250. Bah, leon. It’s just Java.

    Plus the IDE is better. Especially since I’m not paying for it.

  251. That sucks, BC; I hope the girls remember it as an “adventure”.

  252. That’s pretty scary, about Arthur, bcoch. Hope everything is battened down!

  253. I had to help my sister with a comouter course in 1983. They still used punch cards. It was a crapshoot whether the reader would mutilate a card or two.

    Prayers for your family, B Cock

  254. Que Paso tossers of salad.

  255. I talked to my wife at about 5. She said it had just barely begun to rain and get a little bit windy then.

    Just texted her. Hope to hear from her soon.

    Her parents live very near the coast. Right on the Neuse River in NC.

  256. >> I have seen a few IT bosses who have no tech expertise

    Why I learned to program. So guys like you couldn’t bullshit me.

    BC, the power outages are the thing to fret about. 90mph winds and a lot of rain won’t take down a house, but the weeks after are freaky. You may need a get in and get em out plan.

    Stay safe Ws. I think our storms are done till midnight, those will just be a shitload of rain.

  257. It’s a Cat 2 storm. If I had them here with me, I wouldn’t much worry about it. But seeing as how they’re 8 hours away……yeah.

  258. >>Why I learned to program. So guys like you couldn’t bullshit me.

    Dave, I never tried to bullshit even my non-techie bosses. But unfortunately, in lieu of expertise, they use distrust as their default setting, and assume that the techies are bullshitting them. That gets on my nerves.

    I am happy with my current boss. He is aggressive and demanding, and I like working with him.

  259. Leon, when you said almond milk in coffee is interesting, you could have elaborated that it is interestingly bad.

  260. One missi-
    one mississip-
    one-
    one mississipi two miss-
    one mi-
    one missi-
    one-
    one-
    one mi-

    Put that on a loop for a minute or two; that was me trying to count the time in seconds between the lightning strikes. It has been less than a second between strikes visible to me, or a nearly continuous light show, the whole duration of this storm so far. I’ve never seen this in CT before. Once, in Indiana. Never here.

  261. Well I have had a shitload of programmers try to bullshit me. Fortunately me and them both knew enough for me not to create unrealistic expectations for them nor for them to snooker me.

  262. Hope your family stays safe Brent.

  263. My mom used to make almond milk from scratch when I was a kid. It was delicious. Not too much like the sweetened store stuff.

  264. Less than a second is one quarter mile away if I remember correctly.

    We get that shit all the time here, I’m kinda used to it. I can see why it’s not usual for you humpster.

  265. >>Well I have had a shitload of programmers try to bullshit me.

    You look gullible.

  266. Bah, leon. It’s just Java.

    It’s the principle of the thing. Plus, I’ve gotten really good with Eclipse. It’s not really a risk, almost everything I write is linux server back-end stuff.

    Prayers for the wife, kids, and in-laws, Bcoch.

  267. Laura, almond milk tastes great. Coffee tastes great. Combine the two and it tastes like Satan’s ball-sweat.

  268. I hate that too, Tushar. I give you my best shot, I expect to get yours back.

  269. 1000 feet per second on the lightning.

    So less than a second is pretty damn close.

    Thanks everybody.

    Communication is going to suck. Her parents’ house is a black hole for cell signal. You have to go out on the front porch to talk on the phone. Front porch is not so good during a fucking hurricane.

  270. I put almond milk in my coffee this morning and found it quite pleasant.

    Weird.

  271. Any lights flickering, Laura? Is it time to fire up the generator and get the BBQ-ShowerMate on stand by?

  272. If Indians are so good at programming, why are they always hanging out by my building smoking?

  273. >> You look gullible.

    I do that on purpose. Most of the kids working for me didn’t know I had ever written a line of code. I screw up when I ask certain questions and it dawns upon them

  274. If Indians are so good at programming, why are they always hanging out by my building smoking?

    They’ve outsourced it to their 13-year-old cousins back in Parbhani.

  275. They’ve outsourced it to their 13-year-old cousins back in Parbhani.

    Those guys are milking it. Translation, my butt.

  276. I have found that programmers under the age of 30 are very difficult to work with. They are a mile wide and an inch deep. Know all the buzzwords, and have no clue how a solidly written piece of code looks like.

    I am getting old.

  277. Alex, how, in the name of God, do you know the word Parbhani?

  278. Ok, wife texted me back. Says it’s barely raining right now.

  279. Tushar, that’s a lot of professionals under 30.

    You see it with young LTs and Captains as well.

  280. Tushar,

    Bing Maps. I zoomed in on India and randomly picked a place.

  281. Or I may have technically married a girl from there. I’m not sure. I know I didn’t use my real name.

  282. You misunderstand, I wasn’t counting from light to sound. I was counting from light to light. Just the frequency of strikes, not the proximity.

    It was a lot. Probably a couple thousand per hour, if the storm had stuck around long enough.

  283. Alex, Parbhani is a tiny little town (by Indian standards. Barely a quarter to half million people). 200 or so miles away from my hometown. I doubt there are any IT shops there.

  284. Good grief, Laura.

  285. Who said anything about IT shops? I just figured the 13 year old cousin would work on it in his bedroom.

  286. We have a couple of very sharp interns in their early 20s. We’re having one of them re-write a 30yo library that carries so much baggage we want to nuke it from orbit.

    We’re only letting him see the function prototypes and compare outputs. He’s forbidden to see the original code.

    I wish I were doing it, it sounds really fun.

  287. Remember the beginning of Gilligan’s Island?
    The storm that took out the SS Minnow?

    This storm was just like that.

  288. Remember the beginning of Gilligan’s Island?

    BW or color?

  289. So, Joan Rivers says Obama is gay.
    One commenter: That’s why he likes to lead from behind and want’s us to “lean forward.”

  290. Sit right back and you’ll hear a tale…

  291. Sometimes we call MaryAnn “The Rest” as an homage to the BW Gilligan.

  292. Laura would make a hawt Ginger.

  293. ” it tastes like Satan’s ball-sweat.”

    knowledge or conjecture?

  294. Pikers.

    I code in B-

  295. I once Ruby’d On The Rails while drinking tequila with my hawt messican temptress, Marta.
    Still drink tequila, hate trains.

  296. >> Just the frequency of strikes

    OH. Funny how I shifted into that thing my dad taught me about light and sound. Old habits.

    Sounds like a helluva light show.

    Quick Fact: Florida gets more lightning strikes than any other state.

    Also more wildfires from said lightning hittin deadwood in the beeg swamps.

  297. I thought we had more lightning strikes, but Florida had more lightning deaths. Diego fire was a lightning strike.

  298. A haboob is immenent.

  299. Top 5

    Florida
    Louisiana
    Mississippi
    Alabama
    Arkansas

  300. DiT,
    Same here, with the addition of:
    GE assembler (GMAP)
    HP SPL (System Programming Lang.
    Datanet-30 assembler
    COGENT (COBOL Generator) a huge POS!
    And yeah, VTAM and EP sysgens, network configs,
    and RACF “Permanent Temporary Fix” installations.
    Don’t miss it.

    Doing Maint & Mods on aircraft was much more fun, until I got hurt.
    I DO miss that…

  301. There better be plenty of Haboobs in
    Sept.

  302. Cyn, change your name to Sandy?

  303. Watching lightning right now. Glad we’re not Top 5.

  304. And here we go

  305. I thought it was Caprice.

  306. Dusti

    with a ♥ over the “i”

  307. And a decent storm behind it from the southeast. We could use the rain; badly. Hope it doesn’t fizzle.

  308. Dude, I did RACF and ACF2

    Given the frequency of kick ass Texas storms, like today (which are supposed to stop on July 4 until November) and our land mass I’m surprised we didn’t make the top 5.

    Stupid high pressure domes.

  309. Jay,
    No, You’re not the only MS puke. We had the premium M$DE subscription until last year. Writing shit for MS customers takes serious dollars.
    I hope we are done with that.

  310. VTAM VSAM NCF.. but that’s all systems shit. It didn’t count to me if it wasn’t procedural

  311. We had light rain today. I might need to water the peppers tomorrow.

  312. Today is the 3rd day of Virga. All humidity, no measurable precip.

  313. By state you might be number one, by acre Florida kicks your ass.

  314. Stress them a bit, leon. Makes the peppers hotter.

  315. Chrisp, was your windows work C++ or assembly programming?

  316. We’re going from VSAM to SQL. Writing IO modules is crazy picky, and tricky.

  317. I can’t believe Wiser missed the riveting code talk.

  318. I’m doing schema-on-read with Hive tables backed by csv files in HDFS these days. HiveQL almost-but-not-quite-SQL.

  319. Isn’t Thursday record store meeting?

  320. I’m lucky, because I’m one of the only ones that understands how everything works together, between batch processing and transactional.

    And that’s pretty exotic, leon. Sounds fun.

  321. Third day of viagra whaa?

  322. Jay,
    It was mostly Anita doing SQL shit for employers & clients, with a bunch of VB and some C & C++.
    A real programmer can write FORTRAN in ANY language…

  323. One missi-
    one mississip-
    one-
    one mississipi two miss-
    one mi-
    one missi-
    one-
    one-
    one mi-

    When you get the boom before the flash it’s close.

  324. I didn’t know Leon was sick.

  325. Virga. Who knew that desert rain that never meets the soil had a name? Haboob!!!

  326. It’s really neat, Jay. If you get a chance to work with this stuff, take it. You can basically perpetually append to a delimited file in HDFS and query it with auto-magic MapReduce jobs generated by Hive.

  327. Stroke, apparently.

  328. My father’s wife emailed me to tell me how much good food and enjoyment they’re getting out of the little raised garden we set up together. She doesn’t know anything about gardening and I kind of got her started, just this Summer of her retirement.

    This whole deal with them is going as if I planned to do something semi-long-term-nice for somebody, and it actually for once worked the way it was intended. Which never happens.

    I can’t even stand it.

  329. Keep fucking that C+-+hicken.

  330. I can’t even stand it.

    I never lived better than when I had a vegetable garden. I think that is a very nice gift to give to your fan, laura.

    Well put.

  331. Vegetable garden C+++++

  332. >> We’re going from VSAM to SQL

    You are reliving the first 10 years of my 33 year career.

    If you have teenage daughters I will pity you more.

    >> This whole deal with them is going as if I planned to do something semi-long-term-nice for somebody,

    And yet it happened. Which is nice. Good job

  333. I feel like a vegetable staring at C++

  334. Was it wrong for me to teach her to always make a fresh dead hobo the base layer of a good raised garden?

    Of course not.

  335. C++ has been half my career thus far, Java the other half, with Python here and there since 2.7 or so.

  336. Laura, it would have been wrong not to teach her that.

  337. An old friend of mine called me on Tuesday to ask me to come over and un-fuck his computer. Said he would call me after he got back from taking the wife to her hair appointment Wed morning. He did not call.
    He called me this morning to tell me why he did not call.
    His wife did not wake up.
    He’s 87, Peg was 83. He is a WWII vet that got all shot-up.
    The old fart can’t even boil water, wash a dish, or do laundry.
    I’ve been giving him shit for years about being helpless if something happened to Peg.
    He acted like an 18 year-old, as if they were immortal.
    He swears that he just wants to be left alone to figure this out.
    He “Don’t need/want help”.
    I figure he will get to be good friends with Jack-In-The-Box, and buy new clothes, when his are soiled.
    I used to ride bikes with this guy. He was the best I ever rode with. I’ve got a picture of him coming out of a sand-pit on a Harley in 1948. The year I was born.
    He looks like a young Sean Connery.
    My heart is breaking for my old friend, and there is not a damned thing I can do for him.

    Just venting.
    No response necessary.
    I just feel helpless.

  338. HUGS ChrisP. I’m crying here. Prayers for your friend and his Peg.

  339. sorry crispy

  340. ChrisP, no response from me, just respect and appreciation

  341. Sorry for your friend, and you, chrisp. You’ll be a good friend.

  342. Prayers for your friend, Chris.

  343. Sohos, and all, thanks for that. I just wish there was something I could do. He won’t let me, so I will just pray for him.
    It’s all I’ve got.
    Hello Sonja, you have been missed.
    I hope your new life is wonderful…

  344. AN 87 year old man has to wonder how his 83 year old bride preceded him in this mortal coil. Both lived long lives, I pray they were good ones and he holds onto that.

  345. Heya Sohot. How’s that kid of yours that looks like your kid sister?

  346. Damn.

  347. Damn Chrispy, sorry to hear that,

  348. Ahhh Chris… I am always here for you. I hope you know that. I am very happy, but I miss my friends. My ex watches yall so I am scared to come back

  349. I expected more

  350. Lets see that picture of your friend Chris. Sounds like my kind of peeps.

    Blessings.

  351. Here’s a puppy running in snow. Everybody loves that.

  352. His wife did not wake up.

    that sentence….. that one line…..

    broke my heart….

    I know it’s inevitable…..

    Not sure which way I want it to happen. Who should go first?

    My heart is with you and your friend, Chrispy.

    On the plus side, she went peacefully and he didn’t have to suffer through a long slow decline of the one he loved.

  353. hi, sohos.

    hope everything is well with you.

    miss you ’round these parts.

  354. Comment by scott on July 3, 2014 11:08 pm
    Vegetable garden C+++++

    P++

  355. Gym done, and now I’m sitting here with a beer and about to watch Farscape. Life is good.

  356. I’m sorry, the exercise portion of H2 programming is in the AM.

  357. >> Not sure which way I want it to happen. Who should go first?

    I’m very sure but Mrs. Dave won’t agree

  358. I’m watching Peter Gabriel in concert when I read Chrispy’s story of his friend and his wife.

    While I read, this song is playing…

    damn.

  359. I’m very sure but Mrs. Dave won’t agree

    put.

    the pillow.

    down.

  360. Peter Gabriel sure doesn’t have Phil Collins’ voice, does he?

  361. did you not look at the puppy?

  362. Peter Gabriel sure doesn’t have Phil Collins’ voice, does he?

    I’m actually pretty impressed that he still has a voice. His new orchestral versions of his old stuff is pretty amazing.

    maybe I should make a new post with a poll.

    Better lead singer for Genesis: Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins or whats-his-name?

  363. Peter was a better singer, but Phil is a showman.

    The video for Jesus He Knows Me makes me laugh every time. The concert was great.

  364. did you not look at the puppy?

    we get that up here every year.

    *yawn

  365. snow isn’t cute.

    puppies in snow are cute.

    Unless you’re cranky.

  366. Peter was a better singer, but Phil is a showman.

    ummmm….. what?

  367. puppies in snow are cute.

    again… we get that every year.

    First snowfall of the year.. dogs go crazy.. yes it’s cute….

    *yawn

  368. My favorite Genesis concert is the Mama tour. Home by the Sea/Second Home by the Sea must be experienced live. Wow, that was loud, and good.

  369. I saw Peter Gabriel in concert at the Meadowlands….

    Amazing show. He owned that audience. It was really amazing to experience.

    I never got to see Phil in concert. I totally regret that. I love his solo stuff.

    better poll: Who made better music as a solo artist?

  370. Peter Gabriel, hands down.

    Sledgehammer.

  371. I discovered Genesis through Phil Collins, from his first solo album.

    I then discovered Peter Gabriel from Genesis.

    It was a weird path I traveled, but I really appreciate them both equally but differently.

  372. Sledgehammer.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!!!

    One of my least favorite PG songs.

    He lost me when he went pop.

    Meanwhile, PC was an awesome pop artist.

  373. That album is great, I don’t care what you say.

    Just because it was popular, doesn’t make it bad.

  374. Meanwhile, one of my favorite PG albums is OVO.

    well after his MTV pop phase…… great stuff.

    and his recent recordings with the New Blood Orchestra really shows the extraordinary musical quality of his earlier solo stuff.

  375. I’ve always liked his voice. Phil is another ball of wax. I like him for different reasons, like you.

    Paperlate is a good example:

    He’s having so much fun on the drums.

  376. Here’s Cyn’s haboob.

    http://tinyurl.com/ncy7w9u

    Or as we’ll call it tomorrow, Big Haboob Friday.

  377. Just because it was popular, doesn’t make it bad.

    I liked it when it was released, but it was beaten to death.

    I don’t dislike pop. But I think the deeper cuts are far better.

    Red Rain is an awesome song. Probably the best one from that album.

    I don’t hate sledgehammer, but it’s far from one of my faves…

  378. I can see my house in that pic.

  379. heh. Just as I mentione Red Rain…. it starts…..

  380. Comment by Cyn on July 4, 2014 12:43 am
    I can see my house in that pic.

    The one with the car up on blocks in the front yard?

  381. Coolest thing PC ever did…..

  382. Love Red Rain, too.

    Peter got old quickly, like Peter Frampton. Still looks good, but different.

  383. >> *yawn

    okay, sheesh.

  384. That’s the one.

  385. My favorite off that album is Big Time. So catchy:

  386. He’s having so much fun on the drums.

    Oh.. absolutely agree….

    One of the reasons I liked PC so much is how he just seemed to be having such a great time.. always.

    Like he knew how lucky he was and he was gonna ride it as long as possible.

  387. I just thought it was kinda cool how he rode the segway.

  388. My favorite off that album is Big Time. So catchy:

    pop crap.

    far better:

  389. Does wiser have a bedroom like a mountain range, with snow white pillows for his big fat head?

    Big Time reminds me of you.

  390. Solsbury Hill and Shock the Monkey are 2 other good PG songs.

  391. She has such a unique sound with him.

    ————–

    Shock the Monkey is killer.

  392. Big Time reminds me of you.

    yeah…. That’s me….

    I’m on my way.

    I’m making it.

  393. Haha, I had to click on this one from your last link. Robert Downey Jr. is a pretty good singer:

  394. You’re bigger than life, wiser, no matter what your situation is. It’s how you are.

  395. Shock the Monkey is killer.

    Word, Cyn. No Pink Floyd links for 5 mins.

  396. Solsbury Hill and Shock the Monkey are 2 other good PG songs.

    Agreed. Killer songs.

    I think one of the main reasons I prefer PG to PC is that I prefer depressing songs.

  397. Word, Cyn. No Pink Floyd links for 5 mins.

    Marry me.

  398. Well, PG is that!

    PC is so happy, and that’s why a lot of people hate on him. He’s different, not better or worse.

  399. You’re bigger than life, wiser, no matter what your situation is. It’s how you are.

    i think I’ll just take that as a compliment and say thanks, my friend.

  400. Link away on the PF guys, I’m calling it.

  401. PC is so happy, and that’s why a lot of people hate on him. He’s different, not better or worse.

    Well, Phil has his moments:

  402. Night Cyn! Sleep tight!

  403. Let it be known, Phil has WAY more “pop” hits than PG.

  404. For wiser NO ONE ELSE

  405. For wiser NO ONE ELSE

    heh heh heh…..

    for Dave:

  406. Let it be known, Phil has WAY more “pop” hits than PG.

    And I do not fault him for that.

    I was and will always be a huge PC fan. And a PG fan.

  407. Aww, I wanna watch Illeg…Dave’s link.

    I already saw wiser’s link.

  408. touche douche.

    I love how we hate each other.

    Night brother see you in Saint Looey

  409. I love how we hate each other.

    and I hate how we love each other.

    because of the shame. and the pain.

    but mostly….. the shame…..

    g’night, wet one.

  410. go ahead, Jay.

    look.

    go on…. you know you want to.

    he’ll never know….

    look.

  411. I’m not an undocumented video watcher.

    That shit’s just wrong.

  412. heh: Comment on one of the above videos:

    It’s 1985 I am at the prom. Phil Collins is playing. My waist and shoe size are the same. I have no cares no bills old enough to know I had it good and too young to take on the cares of the world…darn it fast forward to 2014 kids bugging husband can not find his keys again and more bills than money If I only had one more night to be 17 again.

    right there with ya, sweetheart.

  413. That shit’s just wrong.

    go for it, Jay….. be a rebel…..

  414. Ugh. I can smell the Salton Sea tonight.

  415. No kidding. I would have enjoyed being 17 back then if I would have known how awesome it was.

  416. It’s amazing,the sounds Eric gets out of that acoustic guitar…….

  417. Watching Val Kilmer movies, xbrad?

  418. No kidding. I would have enjoyed being 17 back then if I would have known how awesome it was.

    youth is wasted on the young…..

  419. Haha, I forgot about that video. I was thinking, Eric?

  420. Back when I traveled… this one always killed me.

    Then I did a really long road trip.

    And then this song destroyed me:

    and with that, I’m out.

    s’been fun.

    Think I may have to put together a playlist for TITs.

    g’night, my friends. Have a great weekend.

  421. never got wet

    I think that’s your shame

  422. J’ames, no, I’ve seen that movie, but tonight I can literally smell the Salton Sea.

  423. night wiser.

  424. Just yankin your chain, xbrad.

    No, not that one.

  425. There’s a great idea. Let the guy who loves depressing music set up the playlist for the meatup.

  426. At least the party will break up early, and you’ll all get plenty of sleep.

    As long as the nightmares don’t keep you up.

  427. There’s a great idea. Let the guy who loves depressing music set up the playlist for the meatup.

    There are plenty of worse ideas. And if the meat-up goes well we’ll get to try many of them.

  428. H2 Meatups. Always a chance for a worse choice.

  429. And then the stripper said to Xbrad, “Sure thing, but it’s $500 and you have to provide the donkey!”

  430. I was gonna make a joke that Cyn would settle for $250, but I’ve been needling her pretty badly this week.

  431. Even got an H2 “you’ve gone TOO FAR!” callout.

    Well done!

  432. Yeah, but did I CROSS THE LINE!?

  433. I suppose not, no one left in a huff.

  434. Yeah, I think I’ll email Mare and tell her her membership is still active until she flames out.

  435. Better get ready
    Gonna see the light
    Derp, derp is the answer, whoo-hoo!
    And that’s all right
    So don’t you give up now, whoo-hoo!
    So easy to find
    Just look to your soul,
    And open your mind

  436. I am awake much too early, but the music is nice.

  437. The cemetery where MIL is buried is sponsoring a float in the city Independence Day parade. They emailed Mr. RFH to ask if FIL would like to be part of their salute to veterans, since he has a reserved spot. Umm, whose bright idea was this? That’s nice that they want to honor veterans, but I would think he would rather be with the American Legion.

  438. BANG!

    ooooh!

    POW!

    Ahhhh….

    BOOBS!


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