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Anything Goes / Re: Some Vexing Questions (PG-13)
« on: December 09, 2016, 11:59:15 AM »
Knock knock

......... Who's there?


.............. Dishes who?

Dishes an awful joke!

Anything Goes / Re: On Failure
« on: December 09, 2016, 11:57:10 AM »
Failure is a door. You can kick it or you can open it and see what's on the other side :-)

When staying at red don't solo it bring a partner. I had a partner at green and that def worked better then me trying to solo it I'm sure. Also, learning when to start whittling down a dragon from 2% to dead takes time. It's hard to keep track of the overall timer, the different dragon timers and then periodically check your own dragons %. It's a dance with death that has really tricky steps until your like... that one OP dude in the alliance..what's his name? Bobby? Barry? Billy?

Next dragon run will be epic I'm sure :-)

Anything Goes / Re: Best Song to workout by
« on: October 01, 2016, 10:16:50 AM »
I've always loved this for workouts

Gwen Stefani - Hollaback Girl


General Discussion / Re: Black Desert Online
« on: September 21, 2016, 04:53:32 AM »
I have a toon on Edan. She's only lvl 11 and i haven't had much time to play lately but the game's fun. I like the realistic movements etc.

General Discussion / Re: Second to last race of the season :-)
« on: September 14, 2016, 09:29:21 PM »
Thank you Grei!

Ya 4th place out of 32 teams in our bracket isn't bad. No shiny medal to take home but meh still not too shabby :-)

General Discussion / Second to last race of the season :-)
« on: September 14, 2016, 02:41:20 AM »
We did well.

We went home happy :-)

Super short video showing the crowd and a few of the teams.


The gang

My nutters team

Our race scores and seeding. You get placed not just on whether you take first or second place but also on your time. Also teams are placed against each other based on category such as mixed competitive teams against only other mixed competitive, corporate fun teams in another category, breast cancer teams in another, blind in another, handicapped in yet another etc. We're Wasabi Fury :-)

Those times for heats 64 and 83 wowowow =^,,^=

Ceredwin's Cauldron / Re: Overlooking the Water's Edge
« on: August 22, 2016, 08:55:42 PM »
Beautiful! I love it. This is how i feel when im around water and nature in general :-)

This would be lovely on a desktop background :-)

General Discussion / Re: Congratulations to Bolte!!
« on: June 30, 2016, 08:28:22 AM »
Congratulation s!!

General Discussion / A choose your own adventure travel show
« on: February 08, 2014, 10:39:27 AM »
I got a kick out of this concept so I thought I would share it.

"DON'T KILL ELI is a travel show that puts you in the director’s chair. Whereas most travel shows tell YOU where to go, for this show, YOU tell ME where to go. It’s an experiment in interactive television - a real live Choose Your Own Adventure. Your votes will dictate where I go, what I do and much much more. All I ask is please don’t kill me."




Flotsam and Jetsam / Re: If you can
« on: December 31, 2013, 11:16:25 AM »
Also disagree. My dog Ana eats my Clinique lipstick to get even with me for leaving her home when I go to work...

Flotsam and Jetsam / Re: i just get sooooo bored sometimes
« on: September 29, 2013, 01:41:19 AM »
Cool, how do you plan out such a big undertaking? Graphs, family trees, outline? I tried to write a science fiction story with a fairly large cast and ended up overwhelmed and then lost lol.

Flotsam and Jetsam / Re: i just get sooooo bored sometimes
« on: September 27, 2013, 04:58:20 AM »
I really like this so far. Have you thought about radically changing the main character to shake things up a bit and see where it takes you? Maybe ctrl F and make the main a woman or girl or perhaps not even human?

Flotsam and Jetsam / The Movie Don Jon
« on: September 27, 2013, 04:56:30 AM »
Sorry the video is so quiet I'll use a better camera set up next time... if there ever is a next time lol


My first thoughts:

So, once again through no fault of my own I walked into a movie with expectations. As per usual I was way off base.

Someone in the group before me had mentioned that Don Jon was basically softcore porn. Therefore, I had the expectation of mindless smut with the usual cocktail of drugs, alcohol, addiction and raunchy sex. However, Don Jon isn't about sex. Well it is, BUT it has a message, a moral, a story with meaning. It touches on a subject that is completely and totally pervasive in modern society yet no one ever discusses it. Actually it touches on several subjects that are rarely discussed but probably should be, namely porn addiction, ageism and the profession of sex therapist (Not to be confused with prostitution)

Don Jon is a comedy and the humor is genuinely funny, not raunchy or slapstick. You will laugh, you will emphasize and you will learn something new. Guaranteed.

Flotsam and Jetsam / RUSH - Really great movie :-)
« on: September 26, 2013, 08:22:05 AM »
Just got back from seeing it and I'm still all bouncy! Wrote up my initial thoughts about it :-) I will admit some bias. I love racing and love speed and I'm quite lucky I haven't gotten a ticket on my motorcycle yet lol so the racing scenes might have held my interest more then some but even as a girl who likes that kind of stuff, the rest of the movie was equally fantastic. If you like history, speed, adrenaline and a great story you'll love the movie.


I walked into the theater with expectations, with bias. I expected Rush to be the typical Hollywood racing/action movie with drugs, police chases, lewd humor and over the top personalities.

I. Was. So. Wrong.

Right from the beginning, RUSH has a compelling story that immediately both captured and held all of my attention. The two racers that are the focal point of the movie are James Hunt and Niki Lauda, two famous formula one racers from the 1970's.

James Hunt is portrayed by Chris Hemsworth (The Avengers)  and does an amazing job of playing the hot headed sexy playboy. His character shows so many aspects of his personality, from his personal life, to his party and racing life. Niki Lauda is portrayed by Daniel Brühl (Inglorious Bastards) and he showcases perfectly Lauda's impersonal, cerebral take on racing as well as his upbringing and personal life.

The movie takes you into their lives, giving you a real sense of what drove them to be so competitive  as well as covering many interesting and not well known aspects of how a racing team is put together. However, that is only part of the appeal of Rush.

The action got my heart pumping, the racing scenes were by no means just silly little cars going around in circles. The danger of every corner could be felt in the shaky cam, the close frontal view from the car and details like the close ups of road and tire conditions. Also, the sound of the gears shifting and the  roar of the engine really brought home how small those cars are and how close to the ground the drivers are. During several scenes I felt a very tangible, visceral fear.

I spent the entire movie at the edge of my seat avidly watching the racing action and thoroughly enjoying the experience of  learning all about these two enigmatic racers. The speed, the amazing history, the politics, the rivalry, all created a riveting story that left me, and an entire theater of moviegoers, clapping at the end...somethin g you don’t often see in theaters anymore and a resounding accolade to a really well written and exciting film.

Good eye for color  :)

General Discussion / Re: A Noob’s Guide to Just About Everything
« on: September 12, 2013, 06:59:31 AM »
A like button and bookmark button  ;D

General Discussion / Re: Where do you think the future of gaming lies?
« on: August 03, 2013, 06:00:53 AM »
I think the emphasis will be in recruiting scientists and behavior experts into the game design process to use psychology to create super addictive games that hold an audience and part them with their cash at regular intervals. http://www.gamasutra.com/blogs/RaminShokrizade/20130626/194933/The_Top_F2P_Monetization_Tricks.php

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