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    The Dog

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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by The Dog on Sun Apr 11, 2010 1:09 am

    More twilight movie and bad music.
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Shachza on Sun Apr 11, 2010 2:50 pm

    Notorious D wrote:More twilight movie and bad music.

    AAAUUUUGGHHH!! It burns! Make it stop!
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Chesamo on Sun Apr 11, 2010 6:06 pm

    Had a heart attack a few days ago. Might have to get a pacemaker.
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Invalid on Sun Apr 11, 2010 8:16 pm

    Chesamo wrote:Had a heart attack a few days ago. Might have to get a pacemaker.

    Shocked What?!
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Blackwolf on Mon Apr 12, 2010 8:33 am

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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Chesamo on Mon Apr 12, 2010 9:09 am

    I said exactly what I meant. I have a condition known as Polymyositis, which normally affects the lungs. However, it seems to have weakened my heart the the point where the amount of caffeine in Mountain Dew is enough to cause my heart to go into fibrillation. Avoiding caffeine should be fine, but if I have another attack they're implanting a pacemaker in me.

    God damn it, I'm only 18.
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Night Dragon on Thu Apr 15, 2010 6:55 pm

    Trying to find out what type of gear shifts are built on to my bike because the gear shift for the rear of my bike is jammed. I know that it is a Shimano STI, (Shimano Total Integration)but I can't find the model of STI, and the worst is Shimano STIs are not meant to be user repaired.
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Blackwolf on Tue Apr 20, 2010 6:08 am

    Chesamo wrote:I said exactly what I meant. I have a condition known as Polymyositis, which normally affects the lungs. However, it seems to have weakened my heart the the point where the amount of caffeine in Mountain Dew is enough to cause my heart to go into fibrillation. Avoiding caffeine should be fine, but if I have another attack they're implanting a pacemaker in me.

    God damn it, I'm only 18.

    Damn that sucks. Still glad to hear you'r alright

    Fell on Sunday night carrying a large amount of chinese takeout and beer, aprantly went flying forward into a roll and landed on my ass. Saved the food and beer though although right now my left side is bruised and scraped. And the current cold weather is NOT helping.
    And as some of you may know on Monday (last Monday not yesterday) I was washing my hands at uni and knocked myself silly on the dispenser (These mother~~~~ing thinds are LEATHAL)
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by SD on Mon May 10, 2010 9:43 am

    Have to work all day today. Won't be able to enjoy drawing until about seven tonight :C
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Teasealot on Sat May 15, 2010 12:39 pm

    I iz sick.


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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Shachza on Sat May 15, 2010 1:32 pm

    *Passes over a trash can, some ginger ale, and saltine crackers*
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by SD on Sat May 15, 2010 1:39 pm

    Teasealot wrote:I iz sick.

    Nu sick!!!
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Lord Grey II on Sun May 16, 2010 11:46 am

    My jaw has been hurting for the last couple of days, but today it's actually aching and wants painkillers.


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    Post by Lord Grey II on Mon May 17, 2010 11:45 pm

    Was pouring rain after work, and I park 20 minutes away. Tried to run so I wouldn't get too soaked; slipped and fell and wrenched my leg. Now I'm limping and I got soaked anyways.

    I hate wet.


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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Teasealot on Fri May 21, 2010 9:38 am

    I have a chest infection and am on a penicillian type, and it's wonderful weather outside!! The type I'd happily laze in naught but a half-top and panties!!!


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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Blackwolf on Fri May 21, 2010 5:18 pm

    Was feeling REALLY sick this morning, took a sickie.
    (Glad I did as I was able to help Tease remain calm and give her TLC <3 )
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Invalid on Tue May 25, 2010 10:15 pm

    My wisdom teeth "bottom ones" have a thin layer of gum on them. My dentist said removing them would be a waste of time sense there all the way up now. I was really hoping to make earings out of them. The thing layer is not all puffed and pain full, no signs my wisdom teeth will become a hazard.
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    I was looking foward to this in my life, the pain would have been worth it and I could had added another set of tooth earings to my collection.
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Lord Grey II on Fri May 28, 2010 10:25 am

    So... the pizza place I was gonna work at... replaced me with more experienced people before I even started working.

    Yes. "You're hired" followed by "You've been replaced".


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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Night Dragon on Fri May 28, 2010 3:15 pm

    Lord Grey II wrote:So... the pizza place I was gonna work at... replaced me with more experienced people before I even started working.

    Yes. "You're hired" followed by "You've been replaced".
    What?! Do you still have a job?
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Night Dragon on Tue Jun 01, 2010 9:09 pm

    Tried to install Magic The Gathering on my pc,(also dubbed MTG Shandalar.) and found that is it a complete pain in the rear to deal with because the game was made for Windows 95 only, and all I have found are a bunch of steps and a patch or two that have to be done to get it to work, and even then, can have some problems still.
    (I also have a lack for patience sometimes, and would rather not blow up my computer in the process.)
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Lord Grey II on Tue Jun 01, 2010 11:03 pm

    Night Dragon wrote:Tried to install Magic The Gathering on my pc <snip>

    MTG online is completely different from the game when you're slinging cardboard. Fair warning, there are two types of players online: the pros that are there to practice for tournaments (as it is an excellent environment for such things), and those that have no clue about the game. Casual gamers often find themselves stymied by the eclectic competition, and the fact that you have to spend money online as well usually drives people away. I know it certainly did me. (if only I could play with my real collection online...)

    Anyways, yeah. Probably not worth it. Stick to the cardboard.


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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by The Dog on Sat Jun 05, 2010 9:52 am

    Getting beat up for money (not a joke).
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Night Dragon on Wed Jun 09, 2010 8:52 pm

    Finding out that I can't go on a weekly bike ride because of a now flat front tire.
    So, first my rear derailuer shifter is out of order, and now the front tire sings a flat, I really should get my bike into a shop some time this month maybe.
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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Teasealot on Thu Jun 10, 2010 5:57 am

    Night Dragon wrote:Finding out that I can't go on a weekly bike ride because of a now flat front tire.
    So, first my rear derailuer shifter is out of order, and now the front tire sings a flat, I really should get my bike into a shop some time this month maybe.

    Or just shoot it.


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    Re: Sad Things.

    Post by Night Dragon on Thu Jun 10, 2010 3:07 pm

    Teasealot wrote:
    Night Dragon wrote:Finding out that I can't go on a weekly bike ride because of a now flat front tire.
    So, first my rear derailuer shifter is out of order, and now the front tire sings a flat, I really should get my bike into a shop some time this month maybe.

    Or just shoot it.
    Shooting the bike, and getting a new one would cost more than repairing my current one, besides the problems with it are not all that big, I should probably go with complete rubber inner tubes though.

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