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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Sokh » Wed Nov 17, 2010 3:38 pm UTC

On par with me I'd imagine, also clueless.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby bigglesworth » Wed Nov 17, 2010 3:41 pm UTC

Someone who has some good reading ahead of them! In the case of Neil Gaiman at least. He's an excellent fantasy/weird fiction writer, if you're into that sort of thing.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby SlyReaper » Wed Nov 17, 2010 3:45 pm UTC

Neil Gaiman wrote the Sandman comics which I'm currently working my way through. He also co-wrote Good Omens with Terry Pratchett. Both of these works are fantastic. By extrapolation, I suspect lots of his other work is also awesome.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Nov 17, 2010 3:55 pm UTC

Has anyone read the Walking Dead comics? Are they worth it? I caught the first episode of the TV adaptation on Hulu, and I'm considering getting a Season pass on the iQuit for 16 bucks.
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Postby Briareos » Wed Nov 17, 2010 4:01 pm UTC

I've read the first couple of trades, and I thought they were good.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Whelan » Wed Nov 17, 2010 4:04 pm UTC

SlyReaper wrote:Neil Gaiman wrote the Sandman comics which I'm currently working my way through. He also co-wrote Good Omens with Terry Pratchett. Both of these works are fantastic. By extrapolation, I suspect lots of his other work is also awesome.

I was given Neverwhere, not realising who it was by, then read Good Omens, which lead me to want to read American Gods, which then lead me to its almost sequel Anansi Boys. Then because I liked Gaiman so much I read Stardust. He is one of my favourites, but definitely has a theme; normal people being pulled into a world of magic or gods that is actually just beneath the surface of their everyday lives.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby SlyReaper » Wed Nov 17, 2010 4:38 pm UTC

Oregonaut wrote:Has anyone read the Walking Dead comics?

Yes. In fact, I started reading them precisely because of the TV series. I've finished the second volume, and will start the third once I'm done with the Sandman.

But anyway, The Walking Dead. It's good. Well worth reading.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Nov 17, 2010 4:41 pm UTC

Ok, I'll have to see if my local library has a copy of them.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby TaintedDeity » Wed Nov 17, 2010 4:51 pm UTC

Jessica wrote:I just found out that Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer were married on November 10th. Because I can be a little slow.

And this wedding album makes me cry wedding tears.

preview edit: an because of other posts, I didn't realize this random post was almost on topic...
She wore the 8ft bride costume! :D
Now that's a wedding I would've liked to stumble on.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby dubsola » Wed Nov 17, 2010 4:52 pm UTC

existential_elevator wrote:I figure that, if someone proposed to me in the spur of the moment, I would probably say "yes". Now, it is at least 95% likely that the answer to that should have been "no". However, there is no real convenient point at which you can go back and say "oh, when I said yes, I actually meant no, I was just a bit suprised and got caught up in the moment, you know". Consequently, it's entirely likely that I'd wind up going through the entire marriage and spending a very unhappy life together, because I don't want to look like a dick for admitting that I am prone to acting on impulse.

Sounds like a Seinfeld episode

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Magnanimous » Wed Nov 17, 2010 5:09 pm UTC

Neil Gaiman! I still have to get around to reading American Gods.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby existential_elevator » Wed Nov 17, 2010 5:19 pm UTC

dubsola wrote:Sounds like a Seinfeld episode
I had Peep Show in mind

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby suffer-cait » Wed Nov 17, 2010 5:22 pm UTC

i believe it wasn't an actual wedding. also, i feel if someone is going to surprise me with a proposal i want them to do it in public. I want them to be risking public humiliation. it says something about my ego. also it might make me a bad person. also i don't actually think i'm ever getting married.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby The Cat » Wed Nov 17, 2010 5:23 pm UTC

A wise man once told me that "they will take as much as they can". The first clue comes when they burn flawless work. The second clue comes when they manipulate conditions within your work. The third clue comes when they manipulate conditions outside your work. The fourth clue comes when they manipulate and prey on those around you. The fifth clue comes when they make threats. The sixth clue comes when they threaten those around you. The seventh clue comes when they prey on good nature. The confirmation comes when they offer you a job. I assure you Sir, there is nothing fun about it.

Typically, they have most by manipulating conditions within their work. However, the absence of loyalty leaves the carcass ripe for the picking. Some scavengers come in the name of religion. They leave the flock picked clean, dying in the desert. Some come in the name of riches, scavenging the bits from those desperate to follow...... Ultimately it's a toxic core. You broke it ,why don't you fix it! Everyone keeps passing the buck of shame.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Jessica » Wed Nov 17, 2010 5:24 pm UTC

existential_elevator wrote:See, I am anti also, but let me explain why.

I figure that, if someone proposed to me in the spur of the moment, I would probably say "yes". Now, it is at least 95% likely that the answer to that should have been "no". However, there is no real convenient point at which you can go back and say "oh, when I said yes, I actually meant no, I was just a bit surprised and got caught up in the moment, you know". Consequently, it's entirely likely that I'd wind up going through the entire marriage and spending a very unhappy life together, because I don't want to look like a dick for admitting that I am prone to acting on impulse.
and that's why you're my internet wife. :)

and I'm pretty sure Amanda Palmer (who's a singer/songwriter/strange stuff person) and Neil are actually married now... but I might be wrong.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby suffer-cait » Wed Nov 17, 2010 5:36 pm UTC

neil gaiman on his twitter wrote:Surprise Performance Art Flashmob wedding. Was it legal? Obviously not. Was it real? It felt real then, & still does... http://say.ly/knI4P2
hence why i think it is not real
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Nov 17, 2010 5:41 pm UTC

Spoiler:
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I want to cry.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby The Cat » Wed Nov 17, 2010 5:46 pm UTC

Nice blocks by 78.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Jessica » Wed Nov 17, 2010 5:54 pm UTC

suffer-cait wrote:
neil gaiman on his twitter wrote:Surprise Performance Art Flashmob wedding. Was it legal? Obviously not. Was it real? It felt real then, & still does... http://say.ly/knI4P2
hence why i think it is not real
Ah. Well, that doesn't mean they can't legally get married within the days afterward. if they so choose.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Nov 17, 2010 5:57 pm UTC

Fat Albert (Number 92) quit. I'm not saying 78 didn't do a great job there, but 92 just gave up. It's getting harder and harder to cheer for my team. I refuse to be a fair-weather-fan, and I've rooted for them since the early-to-mid 80's, but letting someone hang 59 points on you? Vick having 6 touchdowns? Players quitting during a play? That hurts.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby SummerGlauFan » Wed Nov 17, 2010 6:20 pm UTC

Oregonaut wrote:Fat Albert (Number 92) quit. I'm not saying 78 didn't do a great job there, but 92 just gave up. It's getting harder and harder to cheer for my team. I refuse to be a fair-weather-fan, and I've rooted for them since the early-to-mid 80's, but letting someone hang 59 points on you? Vick having 6 touchdowns? Players quitting during a play? That hurts.


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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Nov 17, 2010 6:35 pm UTC

That's great, but uh, who da chefs?
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Armadillo Al » Wed Nov 17, 2010 6:58 pm UTC

Oregonaut wrote:Fat Albert (Number 92) quit. I'm not saying 78 didn't do a great job there, but 92 just gave up. It's getting harder and harder to cheer for my team. I refuse to be a fair-weather-fan, and I've rooted for them since the early-to-mid 80's, but letting someone hang 59 points on you? Vick having 6 touchdowns? Players quitting during a play? That hurts.

As someone who actually overcame a gazillion-point deficit in his fantasy league thanks to that, I can't say I have a problem with it. 8)
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Nov 17, 2010 7:24 pm UTC

<raspberry> Thpppppppppppppppppppt. </raspberry>

Man, if you had Vick starting this week you just blew up your fantasy league.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Raeluna » Wed Nov 17, 2010 7:46 pm UTC

I am insanely excited for thanksgiving this year. Even more than usual because a lot more of the tv channels are actually ADVERTISING THANKSGIVING INSTEAD OF CHRISTMAS. <3
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby ArgonV » Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:03 pm UTC

Wow, I'm watching Netherlands - Turkey being played in Amsterdam and there are so much Turks in the stadium that it sounds like they're playing in Istanbul...

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Postby Sir_Elderberry » Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:10 pm UTC

ArgonV wrote:Wow, I'm watching Netherlands - Turkey being played in Amsterdam and there are so much Turks in the stadium that it sounds like they're playing in Istanbul...

Not Constantinople?
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby ArgonV » Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:11 pm UTC

Sir_Elderberry wrote:
ArgonV wrote:Wow, I'm watching Netherlands - Turkey being played in Amsterdam and there are so much Turks in the stadium that it sounds like they're playing in Istanbul...

Not Constantinople?


Well, they are playing in the Amsterdam Arena

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Postby Baldur » Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:13 pm UTC

Sir_Elderberry wrote:
ArgonV wrote:Wow, I'm watching Netherlands - Turkey being played in Amsterdam and there are so much Turks in the stadium that it sounds like they're playing in Istanbul...

Not Constantinople?

If you've a date in Constantinople, she'll be waiting in Istanbul.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby The Cat » Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:15 pm UTC

Ball looks like it was released before either would've come into play. With the guy standing over him, he knew he was out of the play. He was looking to get the bad dog treatment. Typically its X number of seconds. However, I know what you mean. The 80s were the glory days for Washington. Strong run game.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby podbaydoor » Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:43 pm UTC

My flash drive is Hello Kitty's drive.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:46 pm UTC

Who throws her hands up in the air?
Waves them 'round without a care?
It's Kitty! Kitty Kitty!

Who snorts a line to pass the time?
Then throws down a bitch-ass rhyme?
It's Kitty! Kitty Kitty!
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Lostdreams » Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:51 pm UTC

Oregonaut wrote:Who throws her hands up in the air?
Waves them 'round without a care?
It's Kitty! Kitty Kitty!

Who snorts a line to pass the time?
Then throws down a bitch-ass rhyme?
It's Kitty! Kitty Kitty!


This post is significantly funnier when you move it up one in posting order.
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Postby podbaydoor » Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:55 pm UTC

The Cat would never subject himself to the indignity of "Kitty" as a sobriquet.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Nov 17, 2010 9:00 pm UTC

I wonder if I have a sobriquet...
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Lostdreams » Wed Nov 17, 2010 9:07 pm UTC

podbaydoor wrote:The Cat would never subject himself to the indignity of "Kitty" as a sobriquet.


Even by Oregonaut?
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby The Cat » Wed Nov 17, 2010 9:28 pm UTC

This post is significantly funnier when you move it up one in posting order.


Your post count of 44 makes it even funnier Mr. Riggins.

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Postby SecondTalon » Wed Nov 17, 2010 9:38 pm UTC

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That said.. looking at it another way, they are forming sentences, if you define a sentence as a string of phonetic sounds with a defined beginning and end.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Nov 17, 2010 9:56 pm UTC

Cool. I'm hoping that I don't get invested in the TV series only to find that it isn't going anywhere.
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