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Thread Drift...

Post by Last Real Burner » Thu Sep 18, 2003 12:31 pm

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"If your job wasn’t such a pain in the ass, you wouldn’t be getting paid for it. Some other schmuck would be doing it for free."

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Post by OregonRed » Thu Sep 18, 2003 1:28 pm

LMAO!!!
M*A*S*H 4207 We're not doctors.

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last but not least...

Post by Last Real Burner » Sat Sep 20, 2003 10:21 am

What I really need for next year are 6 chickens, a bazooka, and some helium.

reliably,
mr smith
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Post by Lilly Flower » Wed Dec 10, 2003 3:58 am

is this the real thread drift?
You are watching too much TV.

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Re: last but not least...

Post by Zane5100 » Wed Dec 10, 2003 7:58 am

Last Real Burner wrote:What I really need for next year are 6 chickens, a bazooka, and some helium.

reliably,
mr smith
oooo...

Sounds like the prop list for a Danish porn film...
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Post by Archantael » Wed Dec 10, 2003 6:27 pm

:lol:

Zane, you my friend, have some weird taste and imagination.

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Post by Archantael » Wed Dec 10, 2003 6:30 pm

:wink:

Personally, I think it would make a wonderful new type of weapon for the
United States Government to use, not that they probably haven't tried it yet and probably failed miserably at it.

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Post by Zane5100 » Thu Dec 11, 2003 8:34 am

Archantael wrote::lol:

Zane, you my friend, have some weird taste and imagination.
True...

But I was actually making an oblique reference to a animal action porn film I saw on Christmas Eve, 1989.

I'm still traumatized by the experience.
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Post by Archantael » Thu Dec 11, 2003 6:31 pm

Hey, I would be tramatized also, there are some strange things in this world, and that is something I never really would want to see, I wasn't raised on a farm, all city girl. :shock:

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Post by Archantael » Thu Dec 11, 2003 6:34 pm

By the way did you say [email protected]!! You have along memory, it must have left an impression on you. I was a freshman in high school, to busy
flirting with the football players and day dreaming about having my own
car. Those were the days, now, I am all grown up and hate it.

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politically incorrect

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Post by nipples » Thu Dec 11, 2003 7:01 pm

Once, when I was a tomato,
some flies appeared to worry my skin.

The sun grew hotter. I remained a tomato.

No flies did distract me.

I was a tomato.

Big red juicy & warm. Fragrant, too.

Like it was yesterday.

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Speakin' o flies

Post by IMOK » Thu Dec 11, 2003 8:51 pm

I'm billy the garbage man
I live in a watering can
am poverty stricken
and eat lots of chicken
the bones
I make into a fan


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never look behind- you'll see them gainin' on ya

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It's my party...

Post by Last Real Burner » Fri Dec 12, 2003 2:06 am

welcome back nipples. missed you.

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Good quote for the day.....

Post by Demandralynn » Tue Dec 16, 2003 1:56 pm

"Being around women can leave you mentally disorientated and physically exhausted."

courtesy of your Cartoon Network, Ed, Edd, and Eddie, see what happens when you stay home from work when you are sick.

Yes, I am a female but the saying just cracked me up.
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Re: last but not least...

Post by BlueBirdPoof » Tue Dec 16, 2003 4:06 pm

Last Real Burner wrote:What I really need for next year are 6 chickens, a bazooka, and some helium.
Remember. Chickens = MOOP.

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Post by Nefertiti » Tue Dec 16, 2003 6:57 pm

What if you try adding a skunk.?
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Re: last but not least...

Post by Last Real Burner » Wed Dec 17, 2003 1:44 am

BlueBirdPoof wrote:
Last Real Burner wrote:What I really need for next year are 6 chickens, a bazooka, and some helium.
Remember. Chickens = MOOP.
Not if their pot pies.

featherly,
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Cures for migraines

Post by Keltoi » Tue Dec 30, 2003 6:38 pm

Okay, I have been suffering from severe headaches for almost 2 weeks, my doctor says it is stress headaches but they are so dang bad that I cannot move my head without wanting to throw up. I almost deem them to be migraine quality. It can get hard for me to function etc... I even work for doctors.....help.....does anyone have a suggestion for the cure for these stupid things, at this point vicaprofen doesn't help, ultracet sucks, and vicadin doesn't do much wonders...any old home remedies that might work? :cry:
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i am not a dds, but portray one while on nitrous

Post by nipples » Tue Dec 30, 2003 8:41 pm

If your jaw/teeth hurt* too, it could be from Bruxism (knashing/clenching of teeth). Or could be from tempo-mandibular joint disorder (TMJ).

If it is Bruxism, until you remove the impetus for doing so (psych-stressor), your dentist might make a splint, which is very much like a mouthguard, except being custom molded to your teeth. They last for a year or more. I've had mine for two, bit nearly beyond belief ™.
Or, if on a budget, buy a mouthguard. Sleep with it & wear it in the day, too, if clenching then.

By spacing the jaw just that 1/8" apart, the regular clench pressure available to your jaw muscles is greatly diminished. This has helped me alot, hope your problem is as easily remedied until you/i am/are no longer a psych-ward candidate.

Oops! this is the "Thread Drift" thread, & I have been consecutive to the last post. Time for me to say "fuck" for this most greivious error. There is currently no waiting on one of two available eplaya "Fuck" threads, so I'll go there to lessen my stress level this fine day. Tra la la, tra la la.

*they may not actually "hurt", but the jaw muscles might feel overworked? your teeth are shorter? a bed-mate complains of your teeth grating? your jaw looks like a caricature of a Marine™? DO NOT SLEEP! IT HAPPENS WHEN YOU ARE NOT BEING ALERT!

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Orion is a manly unit.

Post by nipples » Tue Dec 30, 2003 11:14 pm

Cool!

I just looked out my window to the south tonight, and saw Orion rather prominently, so made this link for you to see:

http://www.allthesky.com/constellations/orion/main.html

Would it be proud to know it is the constellation of the month?!

It is in the south sky, perfectly oriented to our axis for veiwing. Lots of times it is sidesaddle or nearly up-side down so this is somewhat of a treat. If you are going to be out of the city on a clear night, might be worth a look-see, eh.

A lot like Burningman™, except it has a huge dick at rest below the belt and has no copyright.

You go, Orion!

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Post by amnesia » Wed Dec 31, 2003 1:32 am

i would like to see more forgetfulness
me not looking for things

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Post by Tancorix » Wed Dec 31, 2003 7:42 am

It kinda smells like dirty socks in here, and it's not me either.

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Post by talisen » Wed Dec 31, 2003 9:46 am

Give it a rest already.......

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Post by Tancorix » Wed Dec 31, 2003 9:53 am

Hey, I thought the post was a sock and so I said something. Sorry if it bothered ya. You've done that to me twice now....

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Post by stuart » Wed Dec 31, 2003 11:36 am

I love Orion. It reminds me of winters spent in vermont. I look up and think 'there is my friend'. Other than that I have no affinity for any constellations. Odd.

oh, happy new year! I hope y'all have fun.

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Re: Cures for migraines

Post by Jean » Wed Dec 31, 2003 1:18 pm

Keltoi wrote:Okay, I have been suffering from severe headaches for almost 2 weeks, my doctor says it is stress headaches but they are so dang bad that I cannot move my head without wanting to throw up. I almost deem them to be migraine quality. It can get hard for me to function etc... I even work for doctors.....help.....does anyone have a suggestion for the cure for these stupid things, at this point vicaprofen doesn't help, ultracet sucks, and vicadin doesn't do much wonders...any old home remedies that might work? :cry:
Keltoi - Good advice from nipples. The biteguard made a world of difference when I started to get headaches from grinding my teeth. I sometimes wear a lighter one during the day if only just to help me be more aware of when I start to clench my teeth or grind them. The bruxism usually stops when I finally deal with whatever is stressing me at the time.

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Post by Keltoi » Wed Dec 31, 2003 5:55 pm

Thanks for the advice guys.. the doctors says it is high stress and gave me a script of vicadin and skelaxin (spelling) I was told to take those together as needed, the headache went away real fast after that but started to come back as the meds wore off. Hope everyone is having a happy new years eve, so far mine sucks rotten eggs and I am alone again and to make matters worse my 31st birthday is this Sunday, gosh getting old is great.. :evil: Happy New Year Everyone, be safe, I get to go home and be in bed by 12am what a way to celebrate :D
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Post by girl » Mon Jan 05, 2004 7:13 pm

Fly Haiku I wrote when I was 5 and still remember.

Detestable fly,
Fly away home and leave me
Alone to my day.


Keltoi-Hoppy Burfday

Orion is my favorite constellation and I have met several people who feel the same way. I wonder what it is.

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Post by Badger » Mon Jan 05, 2004 7:56 pm

I love Orion. It reminds me of winters spent in vermont. I look up and think 'there is my friend'. Other than that I have no affinity for any constellations.
Orion's my favorite constellation. Really like the imagry that suggests that Orion is the constellation we see only in winter while Scorpio is just the opposite in the summer. Legend is that one chases the other in a cycle of the seasons. Scorpio because it sle Orion by biting him on the heel.

or...

Orion chases Scorpio to slay him for biting in the first place - or something like that....
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