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Doc Fission
Sep 10, 2011




Fun Shoe

Today I took a two-hour nap in the afternoon, ate a really nice steak and enjoyed a cigarette and a beer on my parents' porch. I haven't really relaxed in awhile but I think I got close today.

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sephiRoth IRA
Jun 13, 2007

"Science is not only compatible with spirituality; it is a profound source of spirituality."

-Carl Sagan


My wife and daughter have given me an awesome Father’s Day so far. I’ve been very comfortable

FreshFeesh
Jun 3, 2007

Drum Solo




College Slice

After a too-long hiatus, I just submitted my novel to another several publishers and literary agents.

food court bailiff
Oct 2, 2007

fast n furious foodstuff



Soiled Meat

it is my birthday this weekend and i just found and rescued a pet tarantula that I thought my cats had killed and eaten back in april


she was just livin her best life under the fridge, being a giant 7” spider she seems surprisingly healthy and calm

e: she definitely had a successful molt at some point out there, which is super impressive

food court bailiff has a new favorite as of 16:29 on Jun 28, 2020

Captain Invictus
Apr 5, 2005

Try reading some manga!

I buy Steam inventories, add me if interested!




Clever Betty

food court bailiff posted:

it is my birthday this weekend and i just found and rescued a pet tarantula that I thought my cats had killed and eaten back in april


she was just livin her best life under the fridge, being a giant 7” spider she seems surprisingly healthy and calm

e: she definitely had a successful molt at some point out there, which is super impressive

that's...incredible, honestly. I'd figure a large spider like that would require a pretty specific environment to survive, kinda amazing(maybe concerning???) that under your fridge is equivalent to the tropical or desert environment that it's probably from

since it was living outside of captivity for a while imo that falls under the purview of a critter and thus you should post about it with pictures in the critterquest thread

Solice Kirsk
Jun 1, 2004

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food court bailiff posted:

it is my birthday this weekend and i just found and rescued a pet tarantula that I thought my cats had killed and eaten back in april


she was just livin her best life under the fridge, being a giant 7” spider she seems surprisingly healthy and calm

e: she definitely had a successful molt at some point out there, which is super impressive

I've thought about getting a pet tarantula for awhile. Are they hard to take care of or anything?

Brawnfire
Jul 13, 2004

Come play my CYOA!

Save your reality from the Constructors... then save all the rest of them.


FreshFeesh posted:

After a too-long hiatus, I just submitted my novel to another several publishers and literary agents.



Super good luck, I hope to do that one day with mine but... yeah, probably not. Anyhow, I'll live vicariously through you!

AngryRobotsInc
Aug 2, 2011




Went from newly employed part time to employed full time in the span of like two weeks. It's tiring, but I'm enjoying it, and it's nice to have a job again after so long.

Captain Invictus
Apr 5, 2005

Try reading some manga!

I buy Steam inventories, add me if interested!




Clever Betty

I remember essentially nothing from work today, except getting out of my car to go into work, and getting into my car to go home.

Pookah
Aug 21, 2008

Caw





So my house is pretty old (1860s) and my bedroom ceiling is a bit crumbly so after two years of apprehension that the whole drat thing is about to fall down on me, we got a specialist opinion and he thinks it's fixable with localized patching! So no need to take the whole thing down and no need to fear being crushed by a falling victorian ceiling. The drat thing appears to be made of a two inch layer sand and small pebbles coated with plaster so fear of being squashed was real.

Edit: it's practically done already after half a day's work! The damage was almost entirely limited to the areas that had already fallen so he cleared that away and has already put in the new surface. It's a lath and plaster ceiling so it can be fixed in exactly the areas that are damaged.

Pookah has a new favorite as of 12:49 on Jul 3, 2020

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Fartington Butts
Jan 21, 2007

We're gonna have so much fun, we'll forget about how miserable we are, and how much life sucks, and how we're all gonna grow old and die someday.


고추장 DIVISION


I finished a big container of honey roasted peanuts and got to eat the ~tablespoon of honey roasty powder at the bottom.

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