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Postby TaintedDeity » Sat Feb 20, 2010 9:14 pm UTC

That was Falsteff, your equally handsome but sleekly bearded doppelgänger.
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Postby Sungura » Sat Feb 20, 2010 9:31 pm UTC

Felstaff: I just want to know what you are holding that you are looking so intently at. Maybe it was Keo's juggling book?
Plunger and toilet bowl brush juggling, very hard to do.
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But maybe get normal juggling down first?
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teehee that is still my favourite photo of you ever, felstaff!
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Postby Woofsie » Sun Feb 21, 2010 3:13 am UTC

Cueball - I love that t-shirt.

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Postby Zorlin » Sun Feb 21, 2010 8:40 am UTC

Since I haven't posted to the thread for a while, here you go.

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Postby CueBall » Sun Feb 21, 2010 10:03 am UTC

Woofsie wrote:Cueball - I love that t-shirt.


as do I.
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Postby Outchanter » Sun Feb 21, 2010 10:10 am UTC

tin wrote:why do I have to explain my heritage to a total stranger? jesus.

Yeah, I'm kind of puzzled by how nosy people seem to be about ethnicity in the USA compared to South Africa.

I suspect the only correct answer to "do you have any X ancestry?" is "probably!" My family ostensibly came from Europe a few generations back, yet our mitochondrial DNA is common in India (according to a cousin who had one of those family tree DNA tests). Apparently humans move around a lot :D

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Postby SecondTalon » Sun Feb 21, 2010 3:28 pm UTC

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tin wrote:why do I have to explain my heritage to a total stranger? jesus.

Yeah, I'm kind of puzzled by how nosy people seem to be about ethnicity in the USA compared to South Africa.
Because I always assume the best of my brethren*, I suspect it has something to do with our recent history making a big deal out of allowing people to use certain parts of a bus and knowing which water fountain they should be using.




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Postby Rinsaikeru » Sun Feb 21, 2010 7:08 pm UTC

For Canada--I always figured it was part of the multiculturalism mindset. That pesky phrase "I'm Canadian of _______ descent" is all over the place.

Because everyone who isn't Aboriginal is an immigrant or descended from an immigrant--the question "Where are you from" becomes very very common. It's more apparent in Toronto where I live, because most of the population is 1st or 2nd generation Canadian. You don't get the "your english is fantastic" bit usually --- unless of course you have a pretty strong accent and it's clear you're working on your english, in that case Canadian politeness dictates encouragement... :P

I couldn't tell you why this North American phenomenon doesn't extend elsewhere--although in the case of South Africa, perhaps because the population origins are not quite as varied?
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Postby TheGrammarBolshevik » Sun Feb 21, 2010 7:10 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:
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tin wrote:why do I have to explain my heritage to a total stranger? jesus.

Yeah, I'm kind of puzzled by how nosy people seem to be about ethnicity in the USA compared to South Africa.
Because I always assume the best of my brethren*, I suspect it has something to do with our recent history making a big deal out of allowing people to use certain parts of a bus and knowing which water fountain they should be using.




*You should noting the sarcasm.

And South Africa, on the other hand...
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Postby podbaydoor » Mon Feb 22, 2010 1:20 am UTC

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tin wrote:why do I have to explain my heritage to a total stranger? jesus.

Yeah, I'm kind of puzzled by how nosy people seem to be about ethnicity in the USA compared to South Africa.

In my case, I assume it's because I look like one of those gosh darn exotic furriners and they want to know how to peg me exactly. Usually it's not meant maliciously, but constantly drives home the pervasive, subconscious attitude that only white or black people can ever be born in America. People also ask because upon meeting me, they're surprised whenever flawless English starts coming out of my mouth and they become inquisitive as to how this shocking state of affairs came to be. This is probably compounded by the fact that my adolescence and adulthood have been spent in Texas and Missouri, instead of, say, Seattle or San Francisco.
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Postby studyinserendipity » Mon Feb 22, 2010 2:49 am UTC

bah, it's taken me forever to say this. Sungura: I <3 your snake. Marmalade is lovely and reminds me of my Percy. I am tempted to change my avatar so there can be 2 orangey-corn-snake pics floating around!

Okay folks... This is my Secret Redneck Life. Spi and I went snowmobiling up in northern New Hampshire with my family. There were 6 of us and 5 sleds and we were headed towards/around Errol from Columbia.
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Spi and I usually rode on the 2-person Touring. I actually drove it solo the first night too. It's probably my favorite sled, because the throttle is soooooooo smooth and easy to handle, it can slide through the corners pretty easily, and it has the weight to plow through any bumps on the trail.
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I did have the pleasure of driving Mike's new sled for a bit, which was fantastic. The thing practically jumps when you touch the throttle. The seat is a bit strange because it's so high; I usually like to stay low and close to the sled and I felt like my center of gravity was off. However, since it's much lighter than the touring, it cornered easily so I didn't miss the balance too much.
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So, yeah, I DO enjoy snowmobiling, even if I only get the chance to do it once or twice a year. The best part is having a group of us and traveling together. There are always stories to share and relive after the ride is over, and we're constantly changing sleds and goofing around so it's never boring. Plus, I get to ride into the heart of the mountains in the winter.
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Postby Sungura » Mon Feb 22, 2010 2:54 am UTC

Aww thanks, you should! :)

And snowmobiling looks AWESOME. *adds it of list of things to do sometime in her life*
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Postby doogly » Mon Feb 22, 2010 3:40 am UTC

studyinserendipity wrote:Okay folks... This is my Secret Redneck Life. Spi and I went snowmobiling up in northern New Hampshire with my family. There were 6 of us and 5 sleds and we were headed towards/around Errol from Columbia.

That is an awesome area! I was up there recently at the Second College Grant, a pile o land Dartmouth owns and lets its alumni play in! (and their friends, wink nudge say no more camping trip)
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Postby Chicostick » Mon Feb 22, 2010 5:28 am UTC

Snowmobiling is fun. The Moosehead lake area here in Maine is great for it, in the Winter there's more snowmobiles than cars. There's an entire highway like system of trails with road signs and maps, you could snowmobile for weeks and not see it all. Here's a pic of me and a couple friends on moosehead lake:

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It's always funny for me to see people "taking trips" to these places, cause I actually live either in or very near all of them. College makes enjoying all of it harder though, to busy to go hiking and being stuck on campus with no car makes things feel crowded to me =/

If you ever want a nice short hike in the NH area, the Pawtuckaway State park is pretty nice in Southern NH. It's also an old Caldera, if you look it up on Google Earth it forms an almost perfectly circular "crater" which is pretty neat. Also, the "Devil's Den" is a really big cliff formation that has a large cave formed from a big crack in the rock. There was some cool fluorescent moss the last time I went :D I think it's free to go to as well, as long as you park on the opposite side and hike in. You can also pay to enter the main park area itself, which makes things slightly easier but isn't as fun as getting lost on back roads :lol:

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Postby Giant Speck » Tue Feb 23, 2010 8:08 am UTC

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Postby studyinserendipity » Tue Feb 23, 2010 11:28 am UTC

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studyinserendipity wrote:Okay folks... This is my Secret Redneck Life. Spi and I went snowmobiling up in northern New Hampshire with my family. There were 6 of us and 5 sleds and we were headed towards/around Errol from Columbia.

That is an awesome area! I was up there recently at the Second College Grant, a pile o land Dartmouth owns and lets its alumni play in! (and their friends, wink nudge say no more camping trip)
I think I saw the sign for the grant while we were driving (in a car I mean). But it could have been another grant (I feel like there's a lot of them). Hmm, you say it is available for you to play in... future site of Camberville Camp Adventure?

Chicostick wrote:It's always funny for me to see people "taking trips" to these places, cause I actually live either in or very near all of them. College makes enjoying all of it harder though, to busy to go hiking and being stuck on campus with no car makes things feel crowded to me =/
Heh, that was the way I felt when I lived in Bartlett, NH. It's right by Mt. Washington, so there were always hikers and campers around in the summer and skiers in the winter (not many snowmobiles though, since I think most of the land is state parks). I really miss my weekly hikes to Tuckerman's Ravine. I even snowshoe-d it a couple times; 'tis lovely at this time of year. OH! and apparently you can RENT SLEDS to slide down the ski trail they have from the Ravine to Pinkham Notch. Never tried that, but it sounds ridiculously fun.
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Postby Wyvern » Tue Feb 23, 2010 8:11 pm UTC

studyinserendipity wrote:
Chicostick wrote:It's always funny for me to see people "taking trips" to these places, cause I actually live either in or very near all of them. College makes enjoying all of it harder though, to busy to go hiking and being stuck on campus with no car makes things feel crowded to me =/
Heh, that was the way I felt when I lived in Bartlett, NH. It's right by Mt. Washington, so there were always hikers and campers around in the summer and skiers in the winter (not many snowmobiles though, since I think most of the land is state parks). I really miss my weekly hikes to Tuckerman's Ravine. I even snowshoe-d it a couple times; 'tis lovely at this time of year. OH! and apparently you can RENT SLEDS to slide down the ski trail they have from the Ravine to Pinkham Notch. Never tried that, but it sounds ridiculously fun.

To Live in Bartlett? That sounds like a dream. Bartlett is about 2 hours north of me, so while It's not quite close, it's not exactly far either. So it's another one of those places that would take a day trip, Like zooming up to see Lake Winnipesaukee. Pawtuckoway is close though, as is Hampton Beach. Though normally I'll just go to Adam's Point on Great Bay, that's barely 15 minutes from home.

I know Hampton Beach is pretty popular. Anyone else ever go? I'm kinda sad that we didn't have a camera last time I went, I'd love to have been able to share pictures.

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Postby LinuxPenguin » Wed Feb 24, 2010 1:32 am UTC

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Postby doogly » Wed Feb 24, 2010 3:05 am UTC

studyinserendipity wrote:future site of Camberville Camp Adventure?

Why yes I do believe this may in fact have to happen!
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Postby Sungura » Wed Feb 24, 2010 3:51 am UTC

doogly wrote:
studyinserendipity wrote:future site of Camberville Camp Adventure?

Why yes I do believe this may in fact have to happen!

Can I come? I've never been snowmobiling and it sounds like a ton of fun!
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Postby doogly » Wed Feb 24, 2010 4:20 am UTC

You can't go snowmobiling in the Grant. Walkies only. Or snowshoe! It's like snowmobile, but instead of an engine there's a shoe.
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Postby Marbas » Wed Feb 24, 2010 6:00 am UTC

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Postby LuNatic » Wed Feb 24, 2010 8:31 am UTC

doogly wrote:You can't go snowmobiling in the Grant. Walkies only. Or snowshoe! It's like snowmobile, but instead of an engine there's a shoe.


But that isn't fun at all!
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Postby doogly » Wed Feb 24, 2010 3:08 pm UTC

Lies! Going for a walk outside is the most fun you can have with your pants on, and might even still make the top five of things you can do without.
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Postby pseudoidiot » Wed Feb 24, 2010 3:52 pm UTC

Where does going outside for walk without pants on rank?
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Maybe number 4, I'm thinking? It depends on the weather. In golf ball sized hail it might drop down to 6.
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Postby Sungura » Wed Feb 24, 2010 7:24 pm UTC

I like going for walks if it is pretty especially if I take my camera along to take pictures. And I miss camping. I like camping. Or, liked. I've not been since my mom got her disease which was when I was 8 years old. I remember loving it though. Also, hikes that end at waterfalls or lakes = WIN if it is a waterfall into a pool you can swim in = DOUBLE WIN. This is what my 8-year-old mind remembers.
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Good photos, there's something about them that I like.
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JAQUE: WHY ARE YOU NOT WEARING THE MAKEUP?

WEAR THE MAKEUP NOW!!!!!
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neoteric, i really like that one in the middle.
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Paranoid__Android wrote:[sizebreak=200]JAQUE: WHY ARE YOU NOT WEARING THE MAKEUP?[/size]

[sizethetag=200]WEAR THE MAKEUP NOW!!!!! [/size]
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Sooo pretty.
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D'awwww.

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Postby Armadillo Al » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:40 pm UTC

TaintedDeity wrote:Good photos, there's something about them that I like.
It always astounds me how different people look with no hair.

The glasses don't help any.

Also, double that d'awwww.
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Sungura wrote:Can...can I request a bow-tie photo trend now?

Not quite wearing my faux-tie.

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This is the first photo showing my face at all I've had taken in five years.

Dissapointingly, the university declined to use it as my headshot in the prospectus (I wrote one of those "Student Experience" articles for them) because it was "too nippley" (I mean its not like there's a tool called crop or anything).

Anyway I like it, contorted, dust covered face and all.
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