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Randomness XVII: The Madness of the Quorum


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3 hours ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

New mini, who dis?

 

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An old Grenadier Barbarian from the Command Group pack. Still sold by Mirliton.

 

EDIT: Gaaaaaaaahhh!!! I've been Ninja'd !!!!!

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I am finally feeling better. The doctor took the stent out this morning (and no wonder it hurt, it was a 12 inch long plastic tube!) and though I didn’t feel very good at first, as the day progressed I felt better and better. To the point where at about 5pm I realized I didn’t have any back pain! Or kidney pain! It was amazing!

 

So I did the only rational thing to do, which was doing too much, and now I’m in pain again ::(::wacko::rolleyes::lol:

 

Tomorrow I will take things a little easier.

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12 hours ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

New mini, who dis?

 

The Auldgrump had it right.

 

I had a whole army of these guys a few decades ago, that was my first Horde of the North Army.

You can see some of the old pics in my current Project.

 

https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/79398-horde-of-the-north-glitterwolf-paints-barbarians-and-mammoths/

 

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Here's a few things that happened on March 2nd that may interest you:

  • 1917 – The enactment of the Jones–Shafroth Act grants Puerto Ricans United States citizenship.

  • 1978 – Czech cosmonaut Vladimír Remek became the first non-Russian or non-American to go into space, when he was launched aboard Soyuz 28.

  • 1983 – Compact discs and players were released for the first time in the United States and other markets. They had previously been available only in Japan.

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51 minutes ago, Humansquish said:

Just found my thumb drive I use to move stl files from my computer to my resin printer in the dryer. Thought for sure it was dead but it seems to still work, really impressed by the little thing.

I've become a pretty big fan of the Samsung BAR usb drives.  Waterproof, shockproof, temperature proof, magnet proof, x-ray proof slim profile usb 3.1 drives.  (I've personally only tested 3 of those proofings myself.)

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Super stressed today. Work has a bow wave crashing, people are backtracking on months old agreements, and schedules are pressing.

 

Then, add in that I have put in new contacts today and they are not right. They ordered the wrong right ones. I am in between prescriptions and requested the ones that would allow far sight over near sight as I can add reading glasses. They got me the opposite. My daughter is also on her second set of lenses this year, and they still aren’t right. Insurance is used up, so to change doctors now will be out of pocket but I am so mad right now that I am probably good with that. 
 

I need a stiff adult beverage. Instead I will work. 

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Hope everyone is doing good and getting their daily dosage of caffeine. Monthly sheep/goat auction, 10-12 hours of my day off already accounted for. It is not the actual work the concession stand that annoys me, it is all the prep work that because everyone else has school, I have to do on my day off......

We now return your to your regularly scheduled thread. 

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Oh boy, just confirmed, in three weeks they will replace our kitchen with a new one.

So..about 3 or 4 weeks of having to make do with other means to cook for a while till they're finished.

Between taking out the old kitchen, plaster the wall/ceiling, do the electricity water things, place the new kitchen etc etc... it will probably take that long.

 

Now to see how we're going to cook without the kitchen for a while.

I'm thinking to set the microwave/oven up in the cellar, we have a cellar where we have electricity and water.

Maybe some other kind of small cooker.

I do have a BBQ so hoping there will be a few days I can use that one.

 

It will be a challenge, but in the end we will have a new kitchen which will hopefully last us our lifetime..

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