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Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostThu Jul 04, 2013 3:53 pm Offline
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I'm afraid my lack of depth perception is going to make me a horrible driver. It has kept me from driving. ;_;

I am putting an end to it and getting a car when I get my dosh soon and move out. I just hope old ladies are not out and about when I try and drive.
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Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostThu Jul 04, 2013 8:40 pm Offline
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My issue with driving is the fact that I am not good at time perception. It's been an issue with me since....forever. I used to always step on the heels of people when younger, and I swear that my mind thinks things are closer/further away then they actually are :/ Anyways, We have a lot of intersections and rotaries where I live, and unfortunately if you miss your chance to go through safely...well. :cry:

Also apparently we have a lot of sh*tty drivers around Boston. Which makes sense because if people don't give you a chance to merge and they keep swerving in and out of lanes...well, people are just asking for trouble around here!! :roll:


So pretty much, I don't drive because I don't give people enough space..and people won't give ME the proper space to move around safely :o :P
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Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostSun Jul 07, 2013 9:43 pm Offline
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Sun Jan 06, 2013 1:53 pm299
I was near San Jose this week - I may have a job there!

As I was driving down the 5 on Thursday (July 4) to make the Simi Valley firework show on time, I could see that I was going to be late. By the time I got there the show was over. There was a terrible accident with the fireworks and many people were hurt :(

Apparently a few fireworks went off to start the show in a normal manner, and then all of the remaining fireworks went off at the same time :shock:

The fireworks actually went into the crowd. By the time I arrived it was all over.

It seems that the company that put on the Simi Valley show has a history of "Accidents"

http://ktla.com/2013/07/06/company-in-s ... accidents/
Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostMon Jul 08, 2013 2:56 pm Offline
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I'm afraid my lack of depth perception is going to make me a horrible driver.

I couldn't read a numberplate 15 feet from me but they still let me drive :S
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Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostSat Jul 20, 2013 7:00 pm Offline
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Mon Jan 09, 2006 10:43 pm18783I was over nah, but now I'm over heah.
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Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostSun Jul 21, 2013 10:48 pm Offline
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Fri Mar 05, 2004 11:52 pm8921Shoulda taken that left turn at Albuquerque...
Hey, yas fellas!

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Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostMon Jul 22, 2013 2:10 pm Offline
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There's a mosquito in my room, but every time I turn on the light, the little bastard is gone.
Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostWed Jul 24, 2013 4:00 am Offline
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The silence of this board is absolutely amazing. No matter how loud and obnoxious, the things that you shout out at the top of your lungs will echo back at you from the walls of empty threads.

And it's pretty dark in here, too.

Sweet.
Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostThu Jul 25, 2013 3:32 pm Offline
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That's what happens when you leave twice as long between seasons and have each season be shorter than before :'(

I have seen that the book of mormon is finally coming to the UK so i might get to see that. Maybe.
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Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostThu Jul 25, 2013 10:43 pm Offline
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Mon Jan 09, 2006 10:43 pm18783I was over nah, but now I'm over heah.
Been back from Center Point since Tuesday. Working super cray hours at work in preparation for home office visit tomorrow. Like 15/16 hour days. Maybe I'll have the strength to elaborate this weekend.
Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostFri Aug 02, 2013 2:13 pm Offline
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A thread that recently got locked (The F word) said South Park contradicted itself in how it portrays fag and 'nagger.' This reminded me of Tweek's Coffee and Butt Out, which seem to have opposed messages on big businesses. It is probably because the creators are just doing what is funny, or changed their views over time or thought that the situations were relevantly different that differing views are justified. Either way, the show is providing different perspectives on the same issue, giving us more to talk about.

People can't have more than one perspective at a particular time. This limits even the best of us; Darwin saw the data the guy who discovered genetics did but it didn't lead him to that fact because his perspective wasn't right for that. We need lots of other people with different views to mutually point out when each of us makes mistakes and to see things each other overlooks, at least that's how it seems to me.
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Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostSat Aug 03, 2013 11:41 pm Offline
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Sun Aug 21, 2011 9:52 am2270Croatia (SE Europe)
Getting porn ads when streaming a cartoon made primarily for kids is somewhat disturbing. I'm talking, of course, about Adventure Time.
Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostSun Aug 04, 2013 7:20 pm Offline
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Mamont wrote:
Getting porn ads when streaming a cartoon made primarily for kids is somewhat disturbing. I'm talking, of course, about Adventure Time.


I know it's made for kids, but I love Adventure Time and I turned 21 last month.

I use AdBlock when streaming but that does sound a bit, well, odd. :shock:

On an entirely random/unrelated note (given the nature of this thread): Is anyone else psyched for the Neutral Milk Hotel reunion tour? I managed to score tickets to their show in Baltimore (tickets sold out in under a minute for this one) and their Thursday show in Brooklyn, NY, first of three shows they're doing at the same venue. For those who might be unfamiliar with the band, they're a relatively eclectic indie folk-rock band - I recommend their EP "Ferris Wheel on Fire" if looking for a more mellow/acoustic/folksy album, but their 2nd (and last) full-length is essential, imho. While I have eclectic tastes in music (my three favorites genres of music are rock, jazz, and metal as well as many of their subgenres but I don't dismissing any genre without hearing a band) I'm not normally one to fit in with the "hipster" crowd that an indie band like this band attracts just due to the energy and vibe of this kind of crowd seeming arrogant to me. However, something about their music really appeals to me. I think I like the trumpet playing and the vocal melodies, and the bizarre lyrics are amusing, too.

On another music-related note, I went to a show at a brand new restaurant/jazz lounge in my state last night. It just opened up last weekend but the chef knows how to cook, and though I had seen the band before, they were one of the most outstanding relatively-undiscovered (local) jazz-fusion bands I've ever heard. Their guitarist was nuts - he plays like a Larry Coryell (Spaces Revisited-era) and George Benson (Bad Benson-era) hybrid. Coryell's speed, Benson's musicality, and even some mild rock distortion and other interesting effects thrown in from time to time to liven up the music.

Also, I saw Grown Ups 2. It was pretty hilarious since I was in the mood for a cheap laugh.

Anyone else looking forward to the final episodes of Breaking Bad? What do you think will happen to Walt?

...aaaannd I'm out of random thoughts for now.
Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostSun Aug 04, 2013 7:54 pm Offline
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Probably all the older adults from the internet who watch Adventure Time. The advertizers target the audience. That or the ads are specific to you since this is the interweb age and they know your details.

I'm looking forward to the last season of Breaking Bad, but am not looking forward to it being over and am worried the ending will suck and ruin the earlier parts of the show for me. I don't have to worry about dexter's ending sucking, that's a given, i'll be glad to not have to watch that series out of obligation anymore :)
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Re: The Randome Thread: Real Conversations Start Here! PostSun Aug 04, 2013 8:34 pm Offline
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Mon Jan 09, 2006 10:43 pm18783I was over nah, but now I'm over heah.
I'm 32, and I enjoy the newest incarnation of TMNT, and prons, so... There!
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