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« Sun Feb 1, '15, 5:48 pm »   go hawks *spikes football*
« Sun Feb 1, '15, 12:58 am »   Waaaay too cold >_<
« Sat Jan 31, '15, 10:35 pm »   Too effing hot.
« Sat Jan 31, '15, 10:35 pm »   I can imagine. I don't think I'd move to arizona myself for pretty much the same reasons you mentioned.
« Sat Jan 31, '15, 10:33 pm »   @Xander- I think "lol Arizona" was about my initial reaction when we picked Phoenix. :D I'm not really warming up (pun totally intended) to the idea of moving again.
« Sat Jan 31, '15, 10:28 pm »   Yeah, dry heat, schmry heat. I'm not convinced a dry 117F degrees somehow feels nicer than a humid 85F. I guess I'll find out! Austin, TX was hot AND humid. Then again, it rained occasionally.
« Sat Jan 31, '15, 8:11 pm »   (plays cymbals over and over)
« Sat Jan 31, '15, 5:14 pm »   lol Arizona.
« Sat Jan 31, '15, 2:53 pm »   IT'S A DRY HEAT!!! (That's what everyone who's ever moved out in that area tells me. I don't care, heat is heat.)
« Sat Jan 31, '15, 5:31 am »   nooooooo
« Sat Jan 31, '15, 5:15 am »   @ SS1- We're moving at the end of February. So soon!
« Sat Jan 31, '15, 5:14 am »   Ha, no kidding, A4. I'm not really thrilled about moving. Actually, even the idea of it exhausts me. (And, I get hot just thinking about AZ.)
« Fri Jan 30, '15, 9:43 pm »   When are you moving Tanith? Hope all goes well. Keep us updated.
« Fri Jan 30, '15, 6:15 pm »   Wow! You certainly don't like to stay in one place for very long. ;)
« Fri Jan 30, '15, 5:44 pm »   So... I'm moving again. This time to Arizona. Yay?
« Fri Jan 30, '15, 12:16 am »   Right about now, I think Boston's transit organizations would work better if they were staffed by gibbons.
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 10:03 pm »   (has no scuba gear)
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 7:21 pm »   nom
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 7:16 pm »   I need scuba gear in order to walk on sidewalks around here.
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 5:00 pm »   The Monocean Post wrote, "That sure was a thing that happened!" And Hooter Stumperton raved, "Please stop emailing me for a quote!"
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 7:05 am »   The critics are really raving about it: "It sure was a movie, dudes!" -- the ghost of Roger Ebert
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 4:48 am »   hmmmm. true...
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 3:35 am »   Well, you'd only be cheating yourself. No published torrent has ever included all of the special features. Do you really want to deny yourself the chance to see Federico Fellini's groundbreaking documentary on the found footage romantic comedy genre "Amore, non amore"?
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 3:23 am »   I'll just torrent it XD
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 3:16 am »   Yessiree. That'd be the HD-DVD release with a holographic image of personified meaningfulness. (It's a cartoon representation of Francois Truffaut with the head of a beagle.)
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 3:15 am »   (wanders around)
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 3:10 am »   Does that come in a limited edition?
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 3:06 am »   Director's Cut
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 3:05 am »   Curse of the Snooty Art Critics III: Graduate-level Fan Theory Revelations Rising
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 2:50 am »   If by "issues" you mean "Does not currently own an Xbox One or an Xbox 360," then yeah. =p
« Thu Jan 29, '15, 2:43 am »   Anyone else having issues with XBox Live lately?
« Wed Jan 28, '15, 1:49 pm »   Well after that, I destroyed the bloater in about 5 seconds with the incredibly efficient method of molotov + nail bomb.
« Wed Jan 28, '15, 12:37 pm »   Dude, put yourself in Joel's shoes. Not cool.
« Wed Jan 28, '15, 5:30 am »   I might be a little crazy in the head.
« Wed Jan 28, '15, 5:29 am »   Therefore my first inclination was charging right into the bloater in the high school just to get a picture of its particularly gruesome method of killing Joel.
« Wed Jan 28, '15, 5:28 am »   The Last of Us Remastered photo mode even lets you take custom photos during the mini-cinematics when you die.
« Wed Jan 28, '15, 4:27 am »   Night shift mod, goooooo~ (patrol) (patrol) (jumpscare)
« Wed Jan 28, '15, 12:47 am »   I'm just glad I own one of these jump starters: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Schumacher-XP ... r/15140204 A true god-send.
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 11:04 pm »   D:
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 10:56 pm »   so cold today that my car batttery froze. doesnt help that they put it in thhe trunk/boott, either. no engine to warm it nor insulate it. i miss not owning a car.
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 10:55 pm »   Anaesthesiologist are the best. They do IV?s daioly by hundreds. And theyre the ones whho teach paramedics, not senior paramedics ;) Procedural wise, they are the doctor's doctor. If you almost die in surgey, then get saved by the grace of god. it wasnt god, it was the aesthesist whose quick thinking saved your life. One of the few classes of "The Doctor's Doctor"
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 6:52 pm »   No Snotterdammerung, no.
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 5:58 pm »   No Snowmageddon? Snowpocalypse? SnOMG? Aww.
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 5:34 pm »   It's flurrying a little here and there by me, but just a light fluffy snow, not "the end of times!" weather conditions
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 5:34 pm »   Anesthesiologists do the best IVs, true story. Whenever nurses have had issues getting one into me, that's who they call
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 5:25 pm »   @Zio Falz- The anesthesiologist did a great job. Actually, I thought of A4 (needles!) when he was setting up the IV--the man was the Vein Whisperer. He found one of my typically elusive veins and had me hooked up to an IV in literally less than 10 seconds. I truly remember nothing about the procedure. I don't even remember them starting the sedative. My breathing is still a little ragged today, but nothing that can't be managed with tea and honey. It's foggy right now, but if it's sunnier later, I'm going on a walk. I need to soak up some vitamin D.
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 5:08 pm »   Caveat: snow still falling, so in no way are those final totals!
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 4:55 pm »   And current snowfall totals from NWS. The closest report for where I am is Newton at 20 inches.http://forecast.weather.gov/product.php ... hlight=off
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 4:51 pm »   http://mema.mapsonline.net/phone.html Cape got it HARD.
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 4:50 pm »   Here's a power outage map from Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA).
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 4:43 pm »   We have at least 18 inches. Probably more. It's hard to estimate.
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 3:38 pm »   However, Long Island and the parts of Connecticut close to us got the anticipated two feet
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 3:38 pm »   Yeeeeah...so the storm totally blew over us and we only got a few inches, if that.
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 3:21 pm »   Planet Money, what the heck is it with you and suddenly marking your entire back-catalog as unplayed and prompting downloads of every single episode?
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 3:11 pm »   Power's fine here, but the snow is piled and still coming down.
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 3:11 pm »   It's a lighter, fluffier snow, so power outages have been mostly in the South Shore and on Cape Cod, where the snow is heavier (in terms of weight - it has higher water content) and the wind higher.
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 2:59 pm »   Snorb, Sssssssssssss! Still has nothing on the clicky-clicky-croaky of stalkers and clickers.
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 2:22 pm »   endoscopy...ick. they always undersedate people, giving little kids doses. my liver is well trained, so i need lots of benzos for that or any other outpatient procedure. "5mg of diazepam? are you nuts? i need like 15to 20 mg to feel lightly sedated if at all!" (from prodcedures i had) i bet its reallly uncofortable too. i recall the gurgling sound pts ake during it. sorry tanith
« Tue Jan 27, '15, 12:33 pm »   Also, remember what I said last night about how "the only way my store's closing is if the Narada showed up with its mining laser?" I WAS RIGHT.
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