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Whats making you happy right now

#19241 User is offline   Mezla PigDog 

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Posted 18 February 2021 - 10:51 PM

We watched the live NASA feed. Woo hoo. Loved the tension while they waited to hear it had survived the landing. I never know which way I want these things to go - the scientific achievement of success and excitement for what comes next or the excruciating viewing of peoples professional hopes being crushed in real time?
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#19242 User is offline   Macros 

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Posted 19 February 2021 - 11:41 AM

Now have WiFi in the workshop.
No more same 2 downloaded playlists playing on repeat when I'm working!
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#19243 User is offline   Tsundoku 

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Posted 20 February 2021 - 03:16 PM

Just got back from an excellent evening hanging out with Lucifer's Heaven, Shiara, Silencer, Razjinsar and a bunch of others for Lucy's birthday.

:D

Shit - I just realised no photos were taken. Sorry. :(

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#19244 User is offline   Mezla PigDog 

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Posted 20 February 2021 - 09:57 PM

 Tsundoku, on 20 February 2021 - 03:16 PM, said:

Just got back from an excellent evening hanging out with Lucifer's Heaven, Shiara, Silencer, Razjinsar and a bunch of others for Lucy's birthday.

:D

Shit - I just realised no photos were taken. Sorry. :(


Glad to infer that if you had an excellent evening then they are all generally all good!
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#19245 User is offline   Macros 

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Posted 21 February 2021 - 11:56 AM

Jealous that you can hang out with anyone let alone Lucy and co!


Fucking Boris
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Posted 21 February 2021 - 01:31 PM

Our first kitchen cabinet doors are sitting ready for sanding and painting.
Against much advice I decided to make the doors myself.
We turned it into a hot date weekend, so we have all the wood cut and ready and the first 4 doors assembled. Wifey had great fun helping out and made two of the doors pretty much from scratch on her own with guidance from me.
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#19247 User is offline   Malankazooie 

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Posted 21 February 2021 - 06:48 PM


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#19248 User is offline   Azath Vitr (D'ivers 

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Posted 22 February 2021 - 06:54 PM

'First US Stamp by Alaska Native Person Spotlights Tlingit Lore

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The Tlingit nation (meaning "People of the Tides" in the Tlingit language) [...]

[...] Tlingit and Athabascan artist Rico LanŠat' Worl [...]


Though Raven appears in many Tlingit stories, the stamp's image features the Trickster-spirit within a field of gold stars, holding a round sun in his beak, referring to a specific tale. [...] Worl translates the story as "Raven and the Box of Daylight," the Tlingit iteration of the light-bringing story that pervades the mythologies of many cultures.

"It is a story that is a gateway for learning about Tlingit culture for a broad audience, for a national audience," Worl said[...]

"[Ö] Raven is all black on a white background. His feathers are kind of stretched out backwards. He's got a hand ó a human-shaped hand kind of jutting out from one part of his body, indicating that moment of transformation. Raven is in a moment where he's stealing some stars from this clan leader, and he's kind of bringing stars out to the world to share with the world, to share with everyone in the world."'

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#19249 User is online   Briar King 

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Posted 23 February 2021 - 06:15 AM

I think one of the most jamazing things Iíve ever seen in my life is something that ainít shit to most other people...I said back in Jan of 2018 how much I wanted to see a white ground with a full moon. Well I didnít get the full moon part but I stood unbreathing at the wonderful alien site of a white ground with a quarter moon. I mean just wow!

And Perseverance...omg that is making me happy. I legit teared up with the sound on Mars clip NASA released. Something Iíve brought up here as being curious about in 2012 how sound would um sound on Mars.

Iím going to go nuts if all goes right and that helicopter doesnít crash on Mars. Waiting for that film!
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Posted 23 February 2021 - 08:50 AM

View PostMacros, on 21 February 2021 - 11:56 AM, said:

Jealous that you can hang out with anyone let alone Lucy and co!


Fucking Boris


All this purported talk of a lifted lockdown by June odd and I just... don't believe it. I have zero faith that anything tangible will change.
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#19251 User is offline   Macros 

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Posted 23 February 2021 - 08:14 PM

The wanker promised people a normal christmas when numbers were eerily similar to now, look how that panned out.

Mans an utter gobshite and untrustworthy
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Posted 23 February 2021 - 08:31 PM

Watching highlights of USA WNT in the SheBelieves Cup against Canada and Brazil. Like legit, third stringers on the team could start for these other teams. Who is close to America in talent? France? Germany?
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Posted 23 February 2021 - 11:29 PM

Now? France and Germany. Brazil usually bubbles up with a talent or two as good or better than the US has, but not a full team's worth. Same for Canada.

Japan for a few years (when they won the Olympics) had a full team that was full of extremely smart players who were supremely conditioned and a few had physical talents close to what the US had on the field. The US has often had a huge physical advantage over the other squads, which allows them to roll up other teams. They can be beat by a technically superior squad like Japan, but the physical gap can't be too big or it's just not possible to move the ball around fast enough to get the US out of position.
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Posted Yesterday, 02:49 AM

Going through my family bloodline with particular focus on my Cherokee fore motherís and fatherís. I love their names: Silver and Walkingstick. Jeez I have some long ass lived people from the 1700-1800ís at 90-100 yrs of age and also a fore father that just barely managed to squirt a fore mother out his balls before dying at 17 in 1816. Fuckers were probably married at 10 yrs old back then though.

I forgot how much I used to love going through this stuff.
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