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    When you think it's dead, it might only be sleeping.

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    JUB is full of drama mongers and muck rakers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cgymike View Post
    jub is full of drama mongers and muck rakers.
    Oh yeaaaaahhhh!!!!!!!!!

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    I learned that my dried blood gives off an amazingly strong metallic scent. I'm not sure if that's good or bad.
    You might want to have some bloodwork done.

    An A1C test will tell you with a very high accuracy if you have any blood sugar problems. At Walmart or Target, you can buy an at-home test for about $8. You prick your own finger, and send the specimen off to a laboratory, which sends you the results by email in less than a week.

    I just had mine done. My A1C level is 5.6%, considered optimal (and pretty darn good for a man my age. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keeland View Post
    It's too cold to make a snowperson; –30°C/–22°F, so the snow is like granite.
    so I guess just because thre's snow, doesn't mean that you can take it for granite that it's possible to make snowpeople.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    I learned that, in 1940, only one man in seven (7) shaved every day.

    Moreover, I learned that many of those men who did shave every day used Noxzema on their skin before they shaved. I look forward to trying it myself.
    I never researched it, but I've always kind of wondered if the brand name means "no eczema"

    Quote Originally Posted by counterspade View Post
    I learned that my dried blood gives off an amazingly strong metallic scent. I'm not sure if that's good or bad.
    Many years ago I cut myself badly enough to need stitches (a loose flap of skin nearly the size of a dime, on my middle finger) and, instead of having to deal with bleeding all over the place and making a mess, I had the finger in my mouth and I was "drinking" the blood instead, while driving to ER. (Icky, but it was one of those "you've gotta do what you've gotta do" things.) Similarly, I noticed a metallic taste.

    And yes, human blood does have a noticeable amount of iron in it...and, also yes, I do get blood readings regularly.
    Last edited by frankfrank; January 23rd, 2013 at 02:33 AM.
    "All legal U. S. residents who are 18 years or older, shall have an unconditional right to vote." - 28th Amendment, US Constitution?
    "But, hey, who cares about women and their rights when the religious liberty of a nationwide chain of arts and crafts stores is at stake?" - Daily Kos, 30 June 2014
    "I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do, because I notice it always coincides with their own desires" - Susan B. Anthony

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    ^ or is it exzema? (No, I was right the first time. Nevertheless, CZ is a rather unusual letter combination in this language, though CZAR is a more common word as well.)
    Last edited by frankfrank; January 23rd, 2013 at 02:35 AM.
    "All legal U. S. residents who are 18 years or older, shall have an unconditional right to vote." - 28th Amendment, US Constitution?
    "But, hey, who cares about women and their rights when the religious liberty of a nationwide chain of arts and crafts stores is at stake?" - Daily Kos, 30 June 2014
    "I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do, because I notice it always coincides with their own desires" - Susan B. Anthony

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    You might want to have some bloodwork done.

    An A1C test will tell you with a very high accuracy if you have any blood sugar problems. At Walmart or Target, you can buy an at-home test for about $8. You prick your own finger, and send the specimen off to a laboratory, which sends you the results by email in less than a week.

    I just had mine done. My A1C level is 5.6%, considered optimal (and pretty darn good for a man my age. )
    I may consider that, actually. Diabetes does run in my family, and I've done very little to prevent myself from acquiring it. I'm thinking it's either that or just because my leg was resting on a metal handle casing on my bed where the dried blood was. Regardless...

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    ^You can get the Reli-Kit at Walmart for only $8.

    A helluva lot cheaper than a doctor's visit!

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    I love you
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    I learnt to turn the other cheek




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    that i am a horny bastard with the curtain closed. somebody please hire me. i'm applying hard too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PreTTy PeTe View Post
    I learnt to turn the other cheek
    got tired of your left asscheek being sore huh?
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    JUB is full of drama mongers and muck rakers.

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    That it's down the tracks, not across the street.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cgymike View Post
    JUB is full of drama mongers and muck rakers.
    That is total bull shit Mikey. Totally BULL WHACKY Shit.

    There aren't that many professional politicians on board




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    ^Oh I got it Lefty....you play golf and you slice all the time...or is it hook (to the Left)

    Haven't you left something out in left field also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by refujiunderground View Post
    that i am a horny bastard with the curtain closed. somebody please hire me. i'm applying hard too.
    Are you looking for a job being a horny bastard? Do let me know if you know of any positions. Or openings.

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    I learned that, in 1940, only one man in seven (7) shaved every day.

    Moreover, I learned that many of those men who did shave every day used Noxzema on their skin before they shaved. I look forward to trying it myself.
    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    I never researched it, but I've always kind of wondered if the brand name means "no eczema"

    .
    I did some research on the web on "noxzema for shaving". Much to my surprise, people did, indeed, use it as a pre-shave conditioner.

    I tried it today. It worked wonders for reducing razor burn!

    I only wish I'd known about it before. Now, I can get that glassy shave, using a Mach 3 honed on denim, without the irritation and razor burn that came with it.

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    got tired of your left asscheek being sore huh?
    I learnt that some people have no conception of reality.




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    I learnt that some people have no conception of reality.
    Thank God and thank politics.

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    Thank God and thank politics.
    yep the deadly combination.




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    Just got off the SFW line

    with our beloved Don 'Chezkaquz' Quixote.

    The BLIZZKID

    asked mr to remind you, he is only temporarily out of service (relax EasyRory)

    Over last week-end the man with 3 computers had his main one get really really sick. Turns out his back up

    was even sicker and 'oh shit' (his 3rd one) was all but dead. A rush to the E/R and they said maybe ok by

    Wednesday. Well, he lives in a remote hamlet and pony express is sporadic so, the parts to heal may take

    until Saturday to get through....the weather isn't helping..

    Bear with noble companions "DG" will survive.

    (somebody plz make sure easy rory is apprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post


    That is total bull shit Mikey. Totally BULL WHACKY Shit.

    There aren't that many professional politicians on board



    That's a bit distasteful after what happened to Gabby Giffords.

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    Lying parents are universal. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-21144827


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    [CENTER]

    That is total bull shit Mikey. Totally BULL WHACKY Shit.

    There aren't that many professional politicians on board
    Somebody, I forget who it was in here, claimed two or three years ago that he is very anonymous on here, because he is in the U. S. Congress. Of course no way to know at all whether that is or was true.
    "All legal U. S. residents who are 18 years or older, shall have an unconditional right to vote." - 28th Amendment, US Constitution?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Just got off the SFW line

    with our beloved Don 'Chezkaquz' Quixote.

    The BLIZZKID


    asked mr to remind you, he is only temporarily out of service (relax EasyRory)

    Over last week-end the man with 3 computers had his main one get really really sick. Turns out his back up

    was even sicker and 'oh shit' (his 3rd one) was all but dead. A rush to the E/R and they said maybe ok by

    Wednesday. Well, he lives in a remote hamlet and pony express is sporadic so, the parts to heal may take

    until Saturday to get through....the weather isn't helping..

    Bear with noble companions "DG" will survive.

    (somebody plz make sure easy rory is apprised.
    At Mercy????
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    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    Somebody, I forget who it was in here, claimed two or three years ago that he is very anonymous on here, because he is in the U. S. Congress. Of course no way to know at all whether that is or was true.
    Oh, how thrilling! I wonder whether he would be on the totally hot-looking side, on the creepy hot-looking side or the totally creepy side.

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    No Mikey, not Sutter or even Kaiser either.

    He took them to a special hospital called Lytespeed Computers or

    something equally inane. Remember, he is in rural NW New Yak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    Somebody, I forget who it was in here, claimed two or three years ago that he is very anonymous on here, because he is in the U. S. Congress. Of course no way to know at all whether that is or was true.
    You probably have the erstwhile LAIKA in mind.

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    That I don't have to wait on others to improve my life.

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    ^Just so, Ashy.

    You have always had the power to do it yourself.

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    If I eat a piece of dry bread after having a cigarette, it tastes like I'm chewing on a moist ashtray.

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    ^Eww, ashy.

    That sounds gnarly.

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    Gaming is a full time hobby. I played some games today and 3-4 hours throughout the game. I have barely touch the tip of the whole game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scealle View Post
    Gaming is a full time hobby.


    Quote Originally Posted by Scealle View Post
    I played some games today and 3-4 hours throughout the game. I have barely touch the tip of the whole game.

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    that I ain't all that.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    You probably have the erstwhile LAIKA in mind.
    WAS it??? I was thinking it was somebody else. But I find myself having a glimmer of deja vu on your comment - that maybe indeed it was him. (Otherwise, I certainly remember "who" he was, of course, regarding his political leanings and such. I definitely tended to agree with him rarely, if ever.)

    No, I was thinking that it was somebody who was somewhat less "visible" - though it was also true that if somebody didn't frequent C E & P in 2010, they probably didn't see him around.

    Certainly the time frame fits in well with what I think I remember.

    I guess what gives me some doubt about it being Laika, is that I think the thread was something like "How anonymous are you on JUB" or some such thing - a Hot Topics type of thread where, as I mention, was a region outside of his regular stomping grounds here.
    Last edited by frankfrank; January 24th, 2013 at 05:21 PM.
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    I learnt that it's fucking cold out there.

    who invented this shit?




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    I learnt that I shouldn't expect clear precise text from my boss or his partner, they are testing to see if I can decipher what they text me.
    I may be bad, but I'm perfectly good at it.



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    I learnt that dressing like a million $$ gets you treated like royalty--quite literally.

    I went to a company function tonight. I chose a four-square black wool suit, with a paprika shirt, and a silk tie that had black stripes and paprika-colored squares. I topped it off with a black felt fedora.

    I got treated like royalty.

    Gentlemen, you really ought to ditch your "appropriately faded" jeans, and start dressing like a gentleman. People will treat you as a completely different individual.

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    I learnt JB's posts seriously lack pictures to illustrate ...

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    ^They took pictures at the event. I will receive them in a couple of weeks.

    If they look as good as the single one I saw in a viewfinder, I might share. I might.

    Nishin, the Internet scares me. I might chicken out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    I learnt that dressing like a million $$ gets you treated like royalty--quite literally.

    I went to a company function tonight. I chose a four-square black wool suit, with a paprika shirt, and a silk tie that had black stripes and paprika-colored squares. I topped it off with a black felt fedora.

    I got treated like royalty.

    Gentlemen, you really ought to ditch your "appropriately faded" jeans, and start dressing like a gentleman. People will treat you as a completely different individual.
    Only in America could someone wearing a fedora be "treated like royalty".
    A "paprika shirt"? "Squares", "paprika-colored"... in a tie? You mean THIS color??!!!
    "Dressed like a gentleman"... only in America

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    ^Hmm.

    Wikipedia disagrees with you.

    I actually wore a trilby. I only used the word "fedora" because I presumed people would have more readily recognized the word.

    Anyway, Wikipedia says that "A trilby hat (commonly called a trilby) is a narrow-brimmed fedora. The trilby was once viewed as the rich man's favored hat; it is sometimes called the "brown trilby" in England"

    If a Trilby looks good enough to wear to Ascot, then I feel comfortable enough to wear it to an important company function, Belamo.

    My dear child, I see that your manners have not improved very much during the lengthy time I had you on "ignore". I see that it's time to spank you, and send you back to the Ignoratorium without supper.

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    By the way, the tie had approximately a 90% black content. The paprika squares were small and subtle, and served to tie the coat with the shirt.

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    And finally, somebody needs to teach that boy some manners.

    Or is "the teaching of fools folly"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    I learnt that dressing like a million $$ gets you treated like royalty--quite literally.
    I've noticed this as well. Before four years ago, I used to dress like a slob all the time, and I obviously didn't take care of my appearance. Then, one day, I decided to start wearing a collared shirt and tie everywhere; I almost instantly noticed a difference in the way people treated me. Also, when I dress nicely, I feel like a million bucks and it shows in everything I do. I've even found that when I'm wearing a suit or my velvet blazer, my posture improves dramatically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post

    Gentlemen, you really ought to ditch your "appropriately faded" jeans, and start dressing like a gentleman. People will treat you as a completely different individual.
    I don't wear faded jeans, but I'll stick to what I like. People can treat me better or not, doesn't really matter to me unless I am trying to impress someone in my career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    ^Hmm.

    Wikipedia disagrees with you.

    I actually wore a trilby. I only used the word "fedora" because I presumed people would have more readily recognized the word.

    Anyway, Wikipedia says that "A trilby hat (commonly called a trilby) is a narrow-brimmed fedora. The trilby was once viewed as the rich man's favored hat; it is sometimes called the "brown trilby" in England"

    If a Trilby looks good enough to wear to Ascot, then I feel comfortable enough to wear it to an important company function, belamo.

    My dear child, I see that your manners have not improved very much during the lengthy time I had you on "ignore". I see that it's time to spank you, and send you back to the Ignoratorium without supper.
    If you say you wore a fedora how do you expect me or anyone else to know what you actually wore.
    "Wikipedia disagrees with me"? YOU disagree with yourself.
    In any case:

    1. trilby is as loosely applied and misapplied as fedora, borsalino or any other sort of hat outside the popular bastardized family of the fedos. Unless you give me the exact size and proportions of the hat, you may look as silly and call it what you want. Allow to doubt your luck to find or ability or interest to customize the hat that you can not easily find anywhere in the world... even with the net at our feet.

    2. Riches and tastes of the past are used as easily as standards for laughability and contempt as, in that post of yours, as a justification for whatever one happens you please. And it does not say much of YOUR OWN sense of style to appeal to hearsays... you know that some of today's standards of gentlemanlike dressing were set by the Duke of Windsor at a time when those proposals were looked down as totally ridiculous and "ungentlemanlike".

    3. Ascot. The British taste... I'd give them a CERTAIN creidit for "good" taste in tailoring in certain VERY PARTICULAR cases, and by tailoring meaning just the cut, not so much in the choice of fabrics.

    4. When children grow old and add to the mass of old authorized childish whims set as a general standard for "good society", they feel entitled to pontificate their ignorance to their own reflection in what opposes their spoilt brat prejudices.

    You were looking over the shoulder to people who do not dress, according to you, like "a gentleman", by not wearing paprika and silly hats. The world of gentlemen is over, as so is their sense for style. There are, of course, exceptions who are but sad remains or, rather, flashes lost in a pan of vulgarity (pontificating vulgarity): a gentleman is always dress like a gentleman in different styles for different occasions at different times of the day, and costuming for a gathering is not "dressing like a gentleman", it is just travestying... it is the common way of the modern Western world, and you can find more style, even and even MAINLY in Western clothing, by people from developing countries, with a truer sense of style, and who are not simply the same social equivalent of the typical Angloyokel with a different ethnicity in a different language.

    Your sense of style is as calcified, and on a wrong base to make it worse, as the rest of your profile.

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    Oh for fucks sakes, belamo. We get it. Nobody's as cultured, sensitive and artistic as you.

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    Re: What have you learnt today?

    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    By the way, the tie had approximately a 90% black content. The paprika squares were small and subtle, and served to tie the coat with the shirt.
    Right, "small and subtle" as lice.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    And finally, somebody needs to teach that boy some manners.

    Or is "the teaching of fools folly"?
    Somebody needs to get more sense in his head and at his fingertips before aspiring to "teach" anyone anything.
    Sense and rightness do not come automatically with wrinkles and sagging.

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