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Our new Indie Games subforum is now open for business in G&T. Go and check it out, you might land a code for a free game. If you're developing an indie game and want to post about it, follow these directions. If you don't, he'll break your legs! Hahaha! Seriously though.
Our rules have been updated and given their own forum. Go and look at them! They are nice, and there may be new ones that you didn't know about! Hooray for rules! Hooray for The System! Hooray for Conforming!

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  • Re: Vaccination: Your Ignorance Is Not Better than My Knowledge

    Shadowfire wrote: »
    Preacher wrote: »
    Woo go vermont this new decision will effect tens of people!

    Vermont has the second highest rate of non-vaccinated children in the country. Granted we have one of the lowest populations, but we also have one of the highest Yuppies per Capita in the country.

    This should help quite a bit.

    I think you mean trustafarians per capita.

    As far as pushing out of both ends go - I affectionately refer to that as a "Screaming Eagle". It's also why every house I've bought has a bathtub in close range to a toilet. #logistics
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  • Re: Hey you, I saw that. Put it back! [Kids]

    I hate to break it to everyone, but my child is officially the cutest kid ever.
    Spoiler:
    Dude is just a ball now that his top tooth has come in, so happy. Unfortunately, very happy at 5:30 AM.
    MadEddyBé ChuilleDisruptedCapitalistdavidsdurionsdjmitchellaiTunesIsEvillonelyahavaFishmanSlacker71SmrtnikAngelinaCreaganGoldenSeducer
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  • Re: Hey you, I saw that. Put it back! [Kids]

    FortyTwo wrote: »
    Smrtnik wrote: »
    I felt my daughter move around from outside the belly today! Wife has been feeling her from inside for a while and a few random outside kicks, but finally i did! We haven't settled on a name but we've been calling her Blueberry since that's how big she was when we found out. I'll be very surprised if that doesn't stick around as a nickname.

    Just wait until you get to the point you see your wife's belly "dance" as the baby shifts around in there. It is as amazing as it is unnerving.

    I do not recommend watching the movie Alien any time while the wife is pregnant.
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  • Re: Architecture, Landscape Design, and Interior Design!

    So this is building porn?

    Seems appropriate:
    http://cabinporn.com/
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  • Re: Hey you, I saw that. Put it back! [Kids]

    Shadowfire wrote: »
    Jaina did well today. She had a period where she was going very hypo and hypertensive back and forth, but they got it under control. We think it was just her body protesting from the drainage. She has been on nutrients through IV though, so that's fantastic news. We're hoping that they'll be able to close up her chest in the next few days, though it sounds like the worst case scenario is Friday.

    Schuss, I appreciate the thought, but I'm not leaving Children's until Jaina is out of the CICU. Thanks though.

    And if anyone has suggestions for food for us that is somewhat affordable, I'm all ears. Au bon pain is already getting old, the "galleria" mall food court is terrible, and I'm not sure I want to go to Bertucci's every night.

    Understandable. Just wanted to throw the suggestion out considering it's super-close and has discounts for patients/family of patients (probably a longer walk through the bowels of Children's if they're still building the food area). It's attached to the Galleria thing.
    Food-wise - check grubhub etc. if you don't want to leave the area (I'd be the in the same boat). As you want to be close, I'm not sure how far is ok, but up a subway stop is Fenway, which stops off right next to sweet cheeks and some other stellar restaurants.
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