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  • Birthday 10/26/1974

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  1. You know, I could have lived the rest of my natural life and never once thought to myself, "I wonder what Michael Fay is doing now." Except you had to remind me that he existed. So, if any of you are curious, apparently he's a casino manager now: https://mustsharenews.com/michael-fay-today/ And the eyebrows are not quite as robust as they once were:
  2. He can literally travel to anywhere in Westeros, at any time, listen in to any conversation - completely undetected - and no one ever thinks to ask him if he can take a peek at what Cersei's been up to during the last few weeks?
  3. There are no chicks with dicks, only men with boobs.
  4. I went to college in the early-to-mid '90s and this was installed on every computer in the computer labs: All the nerds were playing this, all the time. edit: it just occurred to me that Doom isn't strictly internet-related, but I remember playing Doom over the internet using Kali, and so many games, including Doom, were emerging that utilized the "shareware" model of distribution.
  5. I was really bored with this season until the "Catfish" episode. If Catfish did it, he didn't do himself any favors with that interview.
  6. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-45335850 Creepy.
  7. My mother's German and when I expressed some trouble with der/die/das, she told me that the only way to keep it straight is to commit the article to memory along with the noun. So if you learn a new word, learn it as "das Luftkissenfahrzeug" rather than merely "Luftkissenfahrzeug."
  8. Thirding it here. I didn't hate it the first time, but to be honest it kind of bored me. Upon a second viewing (and third, and countless more), I now "get it," and think it's one of the funniest movies ever made. I feel similarly about O Brother, Where Art Thou?
  9. I was born and raised in Jacksonville. There's a lot of truth in this thread, but there's some good to go along with the bad. It's true that Jacksonville is a very redneck town. If there were a competition for "most white trash" city in the country, Jacksonville is easily in the top three. And it doesn't really have the southern charm of other, similar cities to offset its more colorful inhabitants. On top of that, the crime rate is higher than similar-sized cities. As for the economy, yeah, CSX is a big player in town, and so is the Navy. The port doesn't just export cars, it's
  10. Just started a re-read. I'm into book 2 and noticed that Brienne swore she'd be the one to kill Stannis, and sure enough in the show, she did:
  11. That varies by jurisdiction, but the reason the judge asks all those questions is to ensure that there is some factual basis for the plea - that is, the defendant is pleading guilty because he really is factually guilty of the crime. At least nominally, he's giving some indication that he's not being coerced into admitting a crime that he didn't commit. There is also something, however, called an "Alford plea," which is what ultimately happened with the West Memphis Three. An "Alford plea" is where the defendant maintains his innocence but pleads guilty because he is acknowledges that t
  12. There's some alternative theories floated, but I left the podcast thinking, "Yep, he did it."
  13. I think they've shot some scenes, but not everything.
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