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45 minutes ago, Springfield said:

I bet there is a high correlation between people who smoke and people who shop at Walmart.


Id bet its pretty low due to a high propensity of religion and broketitude. 

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1 hour ago, PleaseBlitz said:


Id bet its pretty low due to a high propensity of religion and broketitude. 


Poor people smoke more cigarettes.

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18 minutes ago, Springfield said:


Poor people smoke more cigarettes.


I thought you meant smoke weed. You are DEF correct about cigs. 

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Watching Beyond Thunderdome, I think I finally found the inspiration for that annoying ass Ferra/Tor character from Mortal Kombat X.

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Two men enter one man leaves.

 

Never really liked Thunderdome. Definitely the weakest of the Mad Max films.

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I've been amazingly busy and productive this week.  I'm already at 46 billable hours.  But since I've been so productive, I have almost nothing to do today.  Gotta figure out an ethical way to bill 5 hours.  

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Has anyone ever used a public or a resort hot tub, and gotten bad skin irritations ?

I think it's chemical-related and not bacteria-related.

Management claims they have done everything right, and checked the chlorine levels according to state specs.

But I wonder if it's too high of a chorine level. Or if my skin is just real sensitive.

I'd rather not stop using it, because it provides some therapeutic health benefits, and it's not just for recreation.

Just curious how common this is, and if there's any reasonable action I can take with management ?

 

I know if it's @PleaseBlitz giving me the advice, that he would just say, "forget the hot tub, and just prop your feet on the AC,

and cool your junk".

 

But I'm wondering if there are other options.

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Some jagoff just parked blocking my driveway.  Grrr.  I called the police on them and they moved it, but I'd rather they tow it.  This isn't the first time it's happened.

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6 hours ago, clietas said:

Two men enter one man leaves.

 

Never really liked Thunderdome. Definitely the weakest of the Mad Max films.

 

6 hours ago, TryTheBeal! said:

Yeah, Thunderdome is a slog.

 

I literally fell asleep after he fought Blaster in the Thunderdome and got exiled to the desert and found those gump ass kids. Definitely disappointing,  at least until the final chase scene.

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2 hours ago, Malapropismic Depository said:

Has anyone ever used a public or a resort hot tub, and gotten bad skin irritations ?

I think it's chemical-related and not bacteria-related.

 

 

Hot tub folliculitis?

 

I stay outta them. Nothing but a breading ground for bacteria. 

4 minutes ago, Mr. Sinister said:

 

 

I literally fell asleep after he fought Blaster in the Thunderdome and got exiled to the desert and found those gump ass kids. Definitely disappointing,  at least until the final chase scene.

 

Ugh the part with the kids and the pilot bs is just awful. 

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It was also decidedly less brutal (and therefore less believable) than the other two. Feels like it could've been PG-13

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Just saw Joker in the theater. Good movie. Pretty damn dark and depressing, cinematography was excellent. A story of the underclass rebelling, and how mental illness should not be ignored and untreated. Truly a fantastic performance by Joaquin Phoenix. 

 

I read that Joker is the first R-rated film to gross over $1 billion. That amazes me that there was never a R-rated film previously to do so.

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17 hours ago, skinsmarydu said:

Geez, my life just keeps blowing the **** up. 

 

That's when I go on vacation. 

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19 hours ago, China said:

Some jagoff just parked blocking my driveway.  Grrr.  I called the police on them and they moved it, but I'd rather they tow it.  This isn't the first time it's happened.


cones bro. People are lazy and won’t usually get out of their car to move them.

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Titanic wasn't R rated? I thought that grossed a billion...at least it was the highest grossing film ever when it came out, but I suppose inflation may mean movies now gross more in nominal dollars.

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On 1/31/2020 at 1:45 PM, China said:

Some jagoff just parked blocking my driveway.  Grrr.  I called the police on them and they moved it, but I'd rather they tow it.  This isn't the first time it's happened.

 

My neighbor before I moved did that.  Got him towed and he still partially blocked it a couple more times.  Some people, man.

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Finished the final episode of Bojack Horseman tonight and I'm bittersweet over the whole thing. It was time for it to end, but I also don't like realizing that I'm 6 years older now and these characters that made the scary world of Los Angeles seem a little more ludicrous, flawed and approachable when I moved there are now a thing of the past. 

 

I think we all have shows like that. Post-series depression is a real thing, but it hits harder when you've been following a show for years and identify with the characters. At that point, it's like losing a friend.

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Nevermind....dumb grammatical question that I figured out on my own.  It involved the words "eldest" and "siblings."  Trust me, it wasn't that cool of a post.

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7 hours ago, abdcskins said:

Nevermind....dumb grammatical question that I figured out on my own.  It involved the words "eldest" and "siblings."  Trust me, it wasn't that cool of a post.

 

we believe you.

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"Theres a train ahead of us on the platform."

 

No ****, it's a morning commute.  Can yall get yalls timing right so we stop stopping underground like it's a suprise theres a train on same track as us?  It's a subway, not a Six Flags ride, stop apologizing and fix what you sorry for.

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