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[Chat] on the Roof

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  • yalborapyalborap Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Mojo_Jojo wrote: »
    I could not interpret that any way except for 1800 muffins until I clicked the link.

    Same here.

  • electricitylikesmeelectricitylikesme Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    1800 muffins is a lot of muffins.

    Dis' wrote: »
    Cancer is when cells stop letting the body mooch off their hard work - clearly a community of like-minded cells should isolate themselves and do the best job each can do, even if the rest of the body collapses!
  • yalborapyalborap Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    1800 muffins is a lot of muffins.

    But is it enough muffins?

  • AriviaArivia Registered User
    edited June 2011
    yalborap wrote: »
    yalborap wrote: »
    So, by the way. Is this thing just still going because mods are asleep, or is this the end?

    Sleepy Mods

    There is only one answer to this.

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    yessssss

    lighten up, pony

    get some kindness in you the magic friendship way!

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  • electricitylikesmeelectricitylikesme Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    yalborap wrote: »
    1800 muffins is a lot of muffins.

    But is it enough muffins?

    That's offensive. My dad's a diabetic!

    Dis' wrote: »
    Cancer is when cells stop letting the body mooch off their hard work - clearly a community of like-minded cells should isolate themselves and do the best job each can do, even if the rest of the body collapses!
  • yalborapyalborap Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    yalborap wrote: »
    1800 muffins is a lot of muffins.

    But is it enough muffins?

    That's offensive. My dad's a diabetic!

    Look, at no point have I denied the validity of reduced sugar, or even sugar free muffins.

    So I shall ask you again. Is it enough muffins?

    EDIT: Also, let me say this. When you guys got ticked at the pony macro, I honestly felt bad. I have never(or at least very rarely) desired to cause any distress or hostility here. I consider you guys amongst my friends. So I apologize.

    Now then. I just noticed it's almost 2:30 AM and I have to get up in seven hours. So I'm gonna go to sleep. May the night treat you well.

  • BobCescaBobCesca Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Great. Ponies on a Monday morning.

    Urgh.

  • RMS OceanicRMS Oceanic Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    I shall lift [chat]'s spirits by posting a kitty hug!

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  • AriviaArivia Registered User
    edited June 2011
    BobCesca wrote: »
    Great. Ponies on a Monday morning.

    Urgh.

    No pony love, Bob?

    awww.

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  • Mojo_JojoMojo_Jojo Crushing pussy; Marry a man Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    A disadvantage of this flat is that the boulangeries are all in one direction, while the supermarkets are in the opposite. I need bread and food today.

    I suppose I'll just lie on the floor and cry.

    Homogeneous distribution of your varieties of amuse-gueule
  • RMS OceanicRMS Oceanic Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Mojo_Jojo wrote: »
    A disadvantage of this flat is that the boulangeries are all in one direction, while the supermarkets are in the opposite. I need bread and food today.

    I suppose I'll just lie on the floor and cry.

    Maybe if you suggest to the boulangeries that you'll sample the worthless supermarket bread, they will strive to deliver to your doorstep?

  • ronyaronya Arrrrrrf. the ivory tower's basementRegistered User regular
    edited June 2011
    I wonder how many pages we can get to before a mod shows up...

    Steam
    Africa’s slow growth was unexpected... In the 1960s, most African countries were richer than their Asian counterparts, and their stronger natural resource base led many to believe that Africa’s economic potential was superior to overpopulated Asia’s. This view was shared by renowned economists, from Gunnar Myrdal in his well-known Asian Drama, to Andrew Kamarck, the founding director of the World Bank’s economic analysis complex, who listed seven African countries that he thought could grow at annual rates of 7 percent or more...
  • BogartBogart Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    I keep threatening to buy a Kindle and start reading A Song of Ice and Fire on it, but now I find that the Kindle editions are apparently littered with amateurish errors that were corrected up by proof-reading in the print editions. So, do I save the forest that is required to be cut down for every book in the series and suffer through the bad editing, or buy the print books for a better reading experience, and laugh as the environment is made more desolate by my purchase?

  • EddyEddy pale Gengars I loved beside Cerulean CaveRegistered User regular
    edited June 2011
  • RMS OceanicRMS Oceanic Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    ronya wrote: »
    I wonder how many pages we can get to before a mod shows up...

    I think the record was like 130 or so.

  • ronyaronya Arrrrrrf. the ivory tower's basementRegistered User regular
    edited June 2011
    What, the digital edition has the uncorrected errors? How does that work?

    Steam
    Africa’s slow growth was unexpected... In the 1960s, most African countries were richer than their Asian counterparts, and their stronger natural resource base led many to believe that Africa’s economic potential was superior to overpopulated Asia’s. This view was shared by renowned economists, from Gunnar Myrdal in his well-known Asian Drama, to Andrew Kamarck, the founding director of the World Bank’s economic analysis complex, who listed seven African countries that he thought could grow at annual rates of 7 percent or more...
  • HaphazardHaphazard Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Good morrow, people of [chat]land.
    On Saturday I installed my very first home theatre system. I <3 it so much already... my neighbours probably less so.

  • ronyaronya Arrrrrrf. the ivory tower's basementRegistered User regular
    edited June 2011
    ronya wrote: »
    I wonder how many pages we can get to before a mod shows up...

    I think the record was like 130 or so.

    Let's set a new record! Get to [chat]ing, people! Move those fingers!

    Steam
    Africa’s slow growth was unexpected... In the 1960s, most African countries were richer than their Asian counterparts, and their stronger natural resource base led many to believe that Africa’s economic potential was superior to overpopulated Asia’s. This view was shared by renowned economists, from Gunnar Myrdal in his well-known Asian Drama, to Andrew Kamarck, the founding director of the World Bank’s economic analysis complex, who listed seven African countries that he thought could grow at annual rates of 7 percent or more...
  • EddyEddy pale Gengars I loved beside Cerulean CaveRegistered User regular
    edited June 2011
    After page 130, chat devolves into whoever can wrest control of the conch and thusly lord over the other man-children on this island paradise

  • NerdgasmicNerdgasmic __BANNED USERS regular
    edited June 2011
    guy's, eddy's probably a monster. a chatmonster.


    we should kill him.

    @nealcm @faynor
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  • EddyEddy pale Gengars I loved beside Cerulean CaveRegistered User regular
    edited June 2011
    But I am made of smoke and glaring plot holes

    how can I ever die

  • EddyEddy pale Gengars I loved beside Cerulean CaveRegistered User regular
    edited June 2011
  • BogartBogart Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    ronya wrote: »
    What, the digital edition has the uncorrected errors? How does that work?

    I dunno. I'm going by a third-party review here.

  • RMS OceanicRMS Oceanic Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Eddy wrote: »
    After page 130, chat devolves into whoever can wrest control of the conch and thusly lord over the other man-children on this island paradise

    Do we kill Piggy with a rock?

  • HaphazardHaphazard Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Hey Brits, thanks for the eggs!

    No, really. The KEF speakers I bought are fantastic.

  • RMS OceanicRMS Oceanic Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    I have cleaned out my ISA in preperation to pay the deposit on my house.

  • HaphazardHaphazard Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
  • Mojo_JojoMojo_Jojo Crushing pussy; Marry a man Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Haphazard wrote: »
    ISA?

    High interest saving account.

    Homogeneous distribution of your varieties of amuse-gueule
  • HaphazardHaphazard Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Ah, right. Thanks.

  • Apothe0sisApothe0sis Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Bogart wrote: »
    I keep threatening to buy a Kindle and start reading A Song of Ice and Fire on it, but now I find that the Kindle editions are apparently littered with amateurish errors that were corrected up by proof-reading in the print editions. So, do I save the forest that is required to be cut down for every book in the series and suffer through the bad editing, or buy the print books for a better reading experience, and laugh as the environment is made more desolate by my purchase?
    Definitely buy a Kindle. An e-Reader is an amazing change to your life. I made the switch about 2 months ago (thanks to the help of So It Goes) and I maximum <3 my nook.

    That said if there are errors, and the bother you, you can edit the books themselves (you might need to decrypt them) if you buy from a third-party retailer if it super-bothers you.

    What I see sees me.
    SODOMISE INTOLERANCE
    Tide goes in. Tide goes out.
  • Apothe0sisApothe0sis Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Haphazard wrote: »
    Good morrow, people of [chat]land.
    On Saturday I installed my very first home theatre system. I <3 it so much already... my neighbours probably less so.

    My very first Home Theatre System arrived on Thursday! I could have set it up on Saturday, but one of my friends is SO EXCITED to help me set it up, so I am awaiting his availability. It is killink me.

    What I see sees me.
    SODOMISE INTOLERANCE
    Tide goes in. Tide goes out.
  • BogartBogart Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Now I look further and find that the proof-reading errors may have been fixed in the latest Kindle editions. I will probably go for the Kindle. If I don't read them soon the temptation to spoil myself for what I expect to be SHOCKING TWISTS will be too great to resist.

  • HaphazardHaphazard Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Apothe0sis wrote: »
    Haphazard wrote: »
    Good morrow, people of [chat]land.
    On Saturday I installed my very first home theatre system. I <3 it so much already... my neighbours probably less so.

    My very first Home Theatre System arrived on Thursday! I could have set it up on Saturday, but one of my friends is SO EXCITED to help me set it up, so I am awaiting his availability. It is killink me.

    Heh, I had some friends over to play with the settings on Saturday evening. Blown away, I tells ya!

    I got a new Pioneer receiver and those speakers:
    Spoiler:

    For my ears they're just fine for music, too.

  • BobCescaBobCesca Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Morning enthusiasm has slipped into procrastination and boredom.

    Maybe I'll just have my lunch and see if food makes things better.

  • Apothe0sisApothe0sis Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    Haphazard wrote: »
    Apothe0sis wrote: »
    Haphazard wrote: »
    Good morrow, people of [chat]land.
    On Saturday I installed my very first home theatre system. I <3 it so much already... my neighbours probably less so.

    My very first Home Theatre System arrived on Thursday! I could have set it up on Saturday, but one of my friends is SO EXCITED to help me set it up, so I am awaiting his availability. It is killink me.

    Heh, I had some friends over to play with the settings on Saturday evening. Blown away, I tells ya!

    I got a new Pioneer receiver and those speakers:
    Spoiler:

    For my ears they're just fine for music, too.

    I got a Yamaha bundle. They look far less space age. Which is probably a good think as I JUST noticed that there's almost nothing with curves in my living room at the moment.

    What I see sees me.
    SODOMISE INTOLERANCE
    Tide goes in. Tide goes out.
  • EddyEddy pale Gengars I loved beside Cerulean CaveRegistered User regular
    edited June 2011
    One day I will pony up for a nook or e-reader.

    I keep telling myself an even slimmer, cheaper version will come out though.

  • AriviaArivia Registered User
    edited June 2011
    We need My Little Pony: [chat] is Magic. Or My Little [chat]: Friendship is Magic. Not sure which. Thoughts?

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  • BogartBogart Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    My Little Glue Factory [chat].

  • Apothe0sisApothe0sis Registered User regular
    edited June 2011
    I am concerned about my speakers actually. I got a 7.1 system, because apparently everything available was 7.1. I don't know where or how I am going to get the rear 2 channels on the wall because I have a giant print of an aerial photo of the Flatiron building and surrounds where they must go.

    What I see sees me.
    SODOMISE INTOLERANCE
    Tide goes in. Tide goes out.
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