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  • tyrannustyrannus Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Cass get in a real country and not some backwoods hellhole

    our country is pretty awful, though

    tyrannus on
  • MazzyxMazzyx Comedy Gold Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Jewcar, the problem is you never know if it is a regrettable till you try. Some skills are transferable to numerous different areas.

    Mazzyx on
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  • Dread Pirate ArbuthnotDread Pirate Arbuthnot OMG WRIGGLY T O X O P L A S M O S I SRegistered User regular
    edited September 2010
    How dare you, my mother gave you a ride home to Scarborough that one time.

    Is that what she deserves in return

    Rude jokes
    :cry:

    she is a nice lady who deserves some comfort

    she's hurting is what I'm feeling

    she could use some

    sexual healing

    Kim is in a lot of pain. You should send your sexual healing that way.

    Dread Pirate Arbuthnot on
  • nstfnstf __BANNED USERS
    edited September 2010
    well this is certainly making me feel good about my job prospects

    jobs are there to be had, but we can't all have our dream job with the big bucks, some times you need to suck it up for a bit.

    nstf on
  • Stand, Killer QueenStand, Killer Queen Registered User
    edited September 2010
    Im just gonna ask something and too lazy to do anything about it:

    WHere do you guys discuss the updates?

    Stand, Killer Queen on
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  • AriviaArivia Registered User
    edited September 2010
    Cass I would be willing to do things for your mother under the table for money

    if you know what I mean

    I'd do it for free.

    Moriiii

    you said I can't lend you out

    so don't go lending yourself out!

    My dreams of Mistress' Prostitution Parlor are all ashatters!

    Arivia on
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  • TarranonTarranon Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    the penny arcade updates?

    social entropy

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    Tarranon on
    You could be anywhere
    On the black screen
  • WashWash Sweet Christmas Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    How dare you, my mother gave you a ride home to Scarborough that one time.

    Is that what she deserves in return

    Rude jokes
    :cry:

    she is a nice lady who deserves some comfort

    she's hurting is what I'm feeling

    she could use some

    sexual healing

    Kim is in a lot of pain. You should send your sexual healing that way.

    Wow, my dick just crawled back up inside of me, screaming. At least it sounded like screaming. Didn't know it could do either of those things.

    Wash on
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  • IncenjucarIncenjucar VChatter Seattle, WARegistered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Mazzyx wrote: »
    Jewcar, the problem is you never know if it is a regrettable till you try. Some skills are transferable to numerous different areas.

    This is true, but I already have enough skill sets for like four people. I want to actually develop them rather than collect them like they were poke`mon.

    Incenjucar on
  • CindersCinders Whose sails were black when it was windy Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Great Old Games is gone! Now I can't get Arcanum over the internet :(

    That's a maybe. Apparently, more information might be forthcoming. Maybe.

    Cinders on
  • TarranonTarranon Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Cinders wrote: »
    Great Old Games is gone! Now I can't get Arcanum over the internet :(

    That's a maybe. Apparently, more information might be forthcoming. Maybe.

    that would really suck, although it seems like steam is picking up their choicer catalogues lately anyway

    but still. GOG existing was one of those things that made me a little happy to think about, even though I never bought their stuff.

    Tarranon on
    You could be anywhere
    On the black screen
  • tyrannustyrannus Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    'Saving for well-done' is a time-honored tradition dating back to cuisine's
    earliest days: meat and fish cost money. Every piece of cut, fabricated food

    must, ideally, be sold for three or even four times its cost in order for the
    chef to make his 'food cost percent'. So what happens when the chef finds a
    tough, slightly skanky end-cut of sirloin, that's been pushed repeatedly to the
    back of the pile? He can throw it out, but that's a total loss, representing a
    three-fold loss of what it cost him per pound. He can feed it to the family,
    which is the same as throwing it out. Or he can 'save for well-done'-serve it to
    some rube who prefers to eat his meat or fish incinerated into a flavorless,
    leathery hunk of carbon, who won't be able to tell if what he's eating is food
    or flotsam. Ordinarily, a proud chef would hate this customer, hold him in
    contempt for destroying his fine food. But not in this case. The dumb bastard is
    paying for the privilege of eating his garbage! What's not to like?
    i am liking this book.

    tyrannus on
  • matt has a problemmatt has a problem Points to 'off' Points to 'on'Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    tyrannus wrote: »
    'Saving for well-done' is a time-honored tradition dating back to cuisine's
    earliest days: meat and fish cost money. Every piece of cut, fabricated food

    must, ideally, be sold for three or even four times its cost in order for the
    chef to make his 'food cost percent'. So what happens when the chef finds a
    tough, slightly skanky end-cut of sirloin, that's been pushed repeatedly to the
    back of the pile? He can throw it out, but that's a total loss, representing a
    three-fold loss of what it cost him per pound. He can feed it to the family,
    which is the same as throwing it out. Or he can 'save for well-done'-serve it to
    some rube who prefers to eat his meat or fish incinerated into a flavorless,
    leathery hunk of carbon, who won't be able to tell if what he's eating is food
    or flotsam. Ordinarily, a proud chef would hate this customer, hold him in
    contempt for destroying his fine food. But not in this case. The dumb bastard is
    paying for the privilege of eating his garbage! What's not to like?
    i am liking this book.
    If you can't cook a steak to well done and make it not a piece of charred leather, you shouldn't be cooking.

    matt has a problem on
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  • SarksusSarksus ATTACK AND DETHRONE GODRegistered User regular
    edited September 2010
    What the hell, GOG ended the service! WHAT. NO.


    NOOOO.

    Sarksus on
  • CindersCinders Whose sails were black when it was windy Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Anywho, if you want a game to tide you over till this GoG business get's sorted out, try Recettear.

    Capitalism, ho!

    Cinders on
  • MrMisterMrMister Jesus dying on the cross in pain? Morally better than us. One has to go "all in".Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Ultra-rare meat strikes me as silly and faddish.

    MrMister on
  • TarranonTarranon Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    If you can't cook a steak to well done and make it not a piece of charred leather, you shouldn't be cooking.

    the trick is sear and then microwave

    (i am not even kidding. they eat it up)

    Tarranon on
    You could be anywhere
    On the black screen
  • CindersCinders Whose sails were black when it was windy Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Guys, seriously, just ignore the GoG situation till Wednesday.

    Cinders on
  • AriviaArivia Registered User
    edited September 2010
    tyrannus wrote: »
    'Saving for well-done' is a time-honored tradition dating back to cuisine's
    earliest days: meat and fish cost money. Every piece of cut, fabricated food

    must, ideally, be sold for three or even four times its cost in order for the
    chef to make his 'food cost percent'. So what happens when the chef finds a
    tough, slightly skanky end-cut of sirloin, that's been pushed repeatedly to the
    back of the pile? He can throw it out, but that's a total loss, representing a
    three-fold loss of what it cost him per pound. He can feed it to the family,
    which is the same as throwing it out. Or he can 'save for well-done'-serve it to
    some rube who prefers to eat his meat or fish incinerated into a flavorless,
    leathery hunk of carbon, who won't be able to tell if what he's eating is food
    or flotsam. Ordinarily, a proud chef would hate this customer, hold him in
    contempt for destroying his fine food. But not in this case. The dumb bastard is
    paying for the privilege of eating his garbage! What's not to like?
    i am liking this book.
    If you can't cook a steak to well done and make it not a piece of charred leather, you shouldn't be cooking.

    If you're cooking a steak to well-done, you shouldn't be cooking.

    Arivia on
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  • RiemannLivesRiemannLives Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Cinders wrote: »
    Guys, seriously, just ignore the GoG situation till Wednesday.

    Why wednesday?

    RiemannLives on
    Attacked by tweeeeeeees!
  • tyrannustyrannus Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    tyrannus wrote: »
    'Saving for well-done' is a time-honored tradition dating back to cuisine's
    earliest days: meat and fish cost money. Every piece of cut, fabricated food

    must, ideally, be sold for three or even four times its cost in order for the
    chef to make his 'food cost percent'. So what happens when the chef finds a
    tough, slightly skanky end-cut of sirloin, that's been pushed repeatedly to the
    back of the pile? He can throw it out, but that's a total loss, representing a
    three-fold loss of what it cost him per pound. He can feed it to the family,
    which is the same as throwing it out. Or he can 'save for well-done'-serve it to
    some rube who prefers to eat his meat or fish incinerated into a flavorless,
    leathery hunk of carbon, who won't be able to tell if what he's eating is food
    or flotsam. Ordinarily, a proud chef would hate this customer, hold him in
    contempt for destroying his fine food. But not in this case. The dumb bastard is
    paying for the privilege of eating his garbage! What's not to like?
    i am liking this book.
    If you can't cook a steak to well done and make it not a piece of charred leather, you shouldn't be cooking.
    i'd rather have a good piece of fresh beef, thanks

    tyrannus on
  • Dread Pirate ArbuthnotDread Pirate Arbuthnot OMG WRIGGLY T O X O P L A S M O S I SRegistered User regular
    edited September 2010
    So I read terrible webcomics, including Moon Over June which is an awful webcomic about two girls being horrible people in the pursuit of sex. Like an unfunny, nymphomanic version of It's Always Sunny.

    The author just knocked both of them up. I don't even know how they're going to deal with it. It's either going to become:

    -a miscarriage webcomic
    -an abortion webcomic
    -a neglectful parent webcomic
    -a pregnant fetish webcomic

    Dread Pirate Arbuthnot on
  • MrMisterMrMister Jesus dying on the cross in pain? Morally better than us. One has to go "all in".Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    I want to watch:
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    But it is late and I have a lot to do tomorrow. But I'm also not that tired.
    Struggle!

    MrMister on
  • InquisitorInquisitor Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Cass, I can't decide if Fiddlesticks is really good or really bad.

    Inquisitor on
  • AriviaArivia Registered User
    edited September 2010
    MrMister wrote: »
    Ultra-rare meat strikes me as silly and faddish.

    Ultra-rare meat strikes me as awesome and tasteful.

    Arivia on
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  • TarranonTarranon Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    MrMister wrote: »
    Ultra-rare meat strikes me as silly and faddish.

    it's bizarre how clearly it falls into class lines. seems like your income shouldn't dictate your taste in meat either way, but anyone who's ever worked tables knows

    Tarranon on
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    On the black screen
  • SarksusSarksus ATTACK AND DETHRONE GODRegistered User regular
    edited September 2010
    tyrannus wrote: »
    'Saving for well-done' is a time-honored tradition dating back to cuisine's
    earliest days: meat and fish cost money. Every piece of cut, fabricated food

    must, ideally, be sold for three or even four times its cost in order for the
    chef to make his 'food cost percent'. So what happens when the chef finds a
    tough, slightly skanky end-cut of sirloin, that's been pushed repeatedly to the
    back of the pile? He can throw it out, but that's a total loss, representing a
    three-fold loss of what it cost him per pound. He can feed it to the family,
    which is the same as throwing it out. Or he can 'save for well-done'-serve it to
    some rube who prefers to eat his meat or fish incinerated into a flavorless,
    leathery hunk of carbon, who won't be able to tell if what he's eating is food
    or flotsam. Ordinarily, a proud chef would hate this customer, hold him in
    contempt for destroying his fine food. But not in this case. The dumb bastard is
    paying for the privilege of eating his garbage! What's not to like?
    i am liking this book.
    If you can't cook a steak to well done and make it not a piece of charred leather, you shouldn't be cooking.

    If it wasn't charred leather it'd be medium.

    Sarksus on
  • Silas BrownSilas Brown Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    So I read terrible webcomics, including Moon Over June which is an awful webcomic about two girls being horrible people in the pursuit of sex. Like an unfunny, nymphomanic version of It's Always Sunny.

    The author just knocked both of them up. I don't even know how they're going to deal with it. It's either going to become:

    -a miscarriage webcomic
    -an abortion webcomic
    -a neglectful parent webcomic
    -a pregnant fetish webcomic

    Actually, I know how it turns out. It's more dissapointing than disgusting.

    Silas Brown on
  • OrganichuOrganichu jacobkosh Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    i like the way rare meat tastes, and i've never made more than like $22,000 a year

    Organichu on
  • MrMisterMrMister Jesus dying on the cross in pain? Morally better than us. One has to go "all in".Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Tarranon wrote: »
    MrMister wrote: »
    Ultra-rare meat strikes me as silly and faddish.

    it's bizarre how clearly it falls into class lines. seems like your income shouldn't dictate your taste in meat either way, but anyone who's ever worked tables knows

    It falls clearly along class lines precisely because it is faddish.

    MrMister on
  • MazzyxMazzyx Comedy Gold Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Can't it be all four at the same time Cass? You forgot adoption comic as well.

    Mazzyx on
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  • Dread Pirate ArbuthnotDread Pirate Arbuthnot OMG WRIGGLY T O X O P L A S M O S I SRegistered User regular
    edited September 2010
    So I read terrible webcomics, including Moon Over June which is an awful webcomic about two girls being horrible people in the pursuit of sex. Like an unfunny, nymphomanic version of It's Always Sunny.

    The author just knocked both of them up. I don't even know how they're going to deal with it. It's either going to become:

    -a miscarriage webcomic
    -an abortion webcomic
    -a neglectful parent webcomic
    -a pregnant fetish webcomic

    Actually, I know how it turns out. It's more dissapointing than disgusting.

    Can you tell me? It'll bug me if I don't know.

    Inqui: Fiddlesticks isn't my cup of tea, but I have seen rude Fiddlesticks eff me up. I like League of Champions because unless you're hardcore pretty much every champion is viable.

    Dread Pirate Arbuthnot on
  • MazzyxMazzyx Comedy Gold Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Inquisitor wrote: »
    Cass, I can't decide if Fiddlesticks is really good or really bad.

    I remember fighting him. He in some peoples hands was really scary.

    Mazzyx on
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  • InquisitorInquisitor Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Ultra rare means you are eating steak which means you are doing it wrong anyway :P

    Tyr: Bourdain's Kitchen Confidential, right?

    Inquisitor on
  • SarksusSarksus ATTACK AND DETHRONE GODRegistered User regular
    edited September 2010
    A fad lasting for a century.

    Sarksus on
  • CindersCinders Whose sails were black when it was windy Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Cinders wrote: »
    Guys, seriously, just ignore the GoG situation till Wednesday.

    Why wednesday?

    Parent company is having a big announcement on Wednesday. Guy in parent company also told investors to ignore the news on GoGs home page. It looks like it's possible that the GoG closing is a publicity stunt gone horribly wrong.
    Also, when Kotaku contacted GoG they were told that GoG wasn't going away.
    Update: Good Old Games spokesman Tom Ohle gave this comment to Kotaku: "As the message on the site says, this doesn't mean GOG is gone. We'll have more to share in the coming days."

    Signs point to a potential relaunch of the service. Good Old Games had always carried a "beta" tag. This Polish financial news page, translated, (Good Old Games' owner is Warsaw-based CD Projekt) indicates news is coming on Wednesday. [Thanks to Kotaku reader jayntampa for the link.]

    So... yeah.

    Cinders on
  • Dread Pirate ArbuthnotDread Pirate Arbuthnot OMG WRIGGLY T O X O P L A S M O S I SRegistered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Mazzyx wrote: »
    Can't it be all four at the same time Cass? You forgot adoption comic as well.

    Adoption comic was covered under pregnancy fetish webcomic, in that they both get big and pregnant have sexy pregnancy sex and then the babies are adopted immediately and they go back to their regular bodies and have more sex.

    But then one of the characters says she wants to raise the baby so D:

    Dread Pirate Arbuthnot on
  • tyrannustyrannus Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    My mother-in-law would always apologize before serving dinner when I was in
    attendance, saying, 'This must seem pretty ordinary for a chef. 'She had no
    idea how magical, how reassuring, how pleasurable her simple meat loaf was for
    me, what a delight even lumpy mashed potatoes were-being, as they were
    d'awwwww

    @inq: yes!

    tyrannus on
  • MazzyxMazzyx Comedy Gold Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Mazzyx wrote: »
    Can't it be all four at the same time Cass? You forgot adoption comic as well.

    Adoption comic was covered under pregnancy fetish webcomic, in that they both get big and pregnant have sexy pregnancy sex and then the babies are adopted immediately and they go back to their regular bodies and have more sex.

    But then one of the characters says she wants to raise the baby so D:

    1/2 adoption and half growing up and becoming a better person thus a good parent comic. Oh and sexy pregnant sex.

    Mazzyx on
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  • MrMisterMrMister Jesus dying on the cross in pain? Morally better than us. One has to go "all in".Registered User regular
    edited September 2010
    Sarksus wrote: »
    A fad lasting for a century.

    No.

    If you order medium at a fancy restaurant now they'll give you something that would have been called rare in the 60s and 70s. If you order rare now they'll give you something that people would have sent back.

    MrMister on
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