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  • Birthday 04/14/1985

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  1. This! I usually don't react to flu shots, but this one made for a pretty miserable day after. Just felt off and sore all over. Temp was higher than normal, but not fever high. It helped make this a very long week.
  2. This is quite intriguing. No chance of me doing one every day, but some number, sure.
  3. Singer Helen Reddy has passed. https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/30/entertainment/helen-reddy-obit-trnd/index.html She stared in and did Candle on the Water in the original Pete's Dragon. It was a huge part of my childhood and I have loved that song for as long as I can remember.
  4. I have at least one person at work ask every week why we do a particular thing a certain way. My response every time is because we tried your suggestion and it didn't work, here is why.
  5. I own a solid handful of pirate minis. At least one painted. I entered him in the competition at my first ReaperCon. I have the bones ghost ship, and a couple of dinghys. Want the bones 5 ship but not sure it will happen. I have a couple of pirate outfits. A Captain Marvelous non-morphed outfit from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, and enough pieces to out together a couple of european pirate and steampunk pirate costumes. Nope, pirate is not one I can do. I managed a very bad russian accent for a 7th sea game, but other than that, I just cannot pull off accents. Not on purpose, anyway.
  6. Quite right. I have a terrible habit of mixing up the last names. I know I do it, try to check and still get it wrong. Thank you for pointing it out and correcting me.
  7. NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo. Fast forward and get it over with. I don't want to see what 2020 would throw at us if given another chance. Terry Brooks was, sadly, one of the authors I never got to meet. I love the Sword of Truth books, which were never made into a tv series. Nope, didn't happen.
  8. I dislike the vast majority of BBQ sauce. Too sweet. Good BBQ meat should have enough seasoning and be cooked well enough that none of this sauce nonsense is necessary. Sauce just tries to make up for subpar cooking. Now if you use it as a rub while cooking, that's different, but it should never be used alone. You need some salt and spices in there too. Maybe a little liquid smoke or vinegar or worstershire.
  9. I don't usually like ground beef, but every now and then, I decide I need a burger. Usually when my iron levels dip. Then, grilled with cheddar and swiss cheese, pickle, lettuce and tomato. Either ketchup and mustard or mayo depending on mood. Or the rare occasion my roommate makes burgers. Not sure what all she does to them, but they sure are tasty. I know she makes homemade buns, sauteed mushrooms and onions and refrigerator pickles and has tomato and avocado to go on them. Then does oven fries on the side. Lisi and I like this too. James is the carnivore, but we tend to get away with meat light meals more often in the summer. We are making an honest effort to eat more veggies. We love squash of all sorts, sweet potatoes, fresh green beans and mushrooms. All of which go great with burgers
  10. I would love to see some scenic dead or sleeping bodies, various races. Slumped over some rocks, propped against a fallen tree, laying half out of water/mud/quicksand, sprawled out on cobblestones, laying on a cot or bed, or slumped in a gutter. A body in a plain wooden box that is not all skellified yet.
  11. Several at this point: Darius Rucker's Wagon Wheel Wind Rose - Diggy Diggy Hole The Hu's Wolf Totem with Jacoby Shaddix The Skyrim Theme by Lindsey Stirling and Peter Hollins Toss a Coin to Your Witcher by Dan Vasc, pretty much anything by Dan Vasc, really, but to pick a favorite...
  12. My friend finally got his kidney transplant. He is recovering well and should get to go home in a couple of days.
  13. You are not a jerk. People who can't take no for an answer are jerks. I do the ordering for the kitchen I work in and it has been an adventure this year. I still have jerks that come up to me saying "We're out of this. I need it." And then do not take 'sorry, nothing I can do.' for an answer. And, no, I cannot drop what I am doing and run to the store for you. One, I'm busy. Two, corporate really frowns on circumventing their systems (even when they don't work), if there is even money available on the card (end of the month, there isn't). I can't just pull stuff out of my back pocket. I have made sure we have something to serve for every meal so far. I'm pretty proud of that, actually. At least my boss appreciates it.
  14. They do that for ServSafe tests too. Those are considerably easier to pass, though. Only 1 day of studying and I get upset if I don't get 100%. I think like 80 is passing.
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