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 on: Yesterday at 09:45:52 PM 
Started by Dan - Last post by Atzend
1.  Frequencies
2.  In a World
3.  Knights of Badassdom

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 on: Yesterday at 09:20:59 PM 
Started by c-lando - Last post by Atzend
1. STAF Cat Volunteer:  1/1, 1/2, 1/7, 1/9, 1/14, 1/16, 1/21 - Feeding, watering, petting, and litter boxing 4-5 cat rooms with lots o' cats.  Approximately 4 hours each day.

Total:  28 hours 

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 on: Yesterday at 09:15:05 PM 
Started by daytime drinking - Last post by Atzend
A really nice pair of black leather gloves I got for christmas about 10 years ago and lost soon after.

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 on: Yesterday at 03:06:20 PM 
Started by daytime drinking - Last post by MissKitty
1. Little black wrap - last seen: at work. Might have been left hanging on a hook in a bathroom stall. Very bummed about losing it because it went with everything!
2. Gray pashmina scarf from England - last seen: Mexican restaurant. Probably slid off into the floor under the booth where we were sitting.
3. Black base layer winter top - last seen: at home. I had three of them last month but one has escaped into the wild.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:48:19 PM 
Started by c-lando - Last post by Dan
Dear Rafe.... scroll down to number 7. Your team might be the best in school history!

https://sports.yahoo.com/news/forde-minutes--what-s-wrong-with-college-basketball-and-how-to-fix-it-082255594-ncaab.html

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 on: Yesterday at 11:49:06 AM 
Started by Atzend - Last post by Drjohnrock
Saturday May 9, 2015:  Southern Culture On The Skids.

Barring any emergencies, I'll be there, and not just because I've never seen SCOTS before.  The SGHR's booking has skewed heavily in favor of "Americana".  Nothing wrong with such music--I like some of it myself--but I think it's important to demonstrate that people will still show up there for rock acts.  Disclaimer:  it's my favorite local venue.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:34:09 AM 
Started by daytime drinking - Last post by adyonka
I feel the same about my mankini

*Inexplicably* missing, not articles of clothing that were destroyed for the good of mankind.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:20:25 AM 
Started by Dan - Last post by jcarwash31
34 ● The Day the Series Stopped
We were intrigued enough by jcarwash31's description to hunt down this documentary film on Netflix. A horrifying and fascinating slice of history REALLY shittily told. Bad, bad, bad soundtrack synched up with cut & rush imagery that undermined everything. Far too many slices of video were repeated over and over and over again, whilst we were lucky if we got 1 second of each of a collection of b&w photographs taken by someone who went to where the Bay Bridge collapsed, which looked really good. A director with a modicum of fucking restraint should be employed to remake this documentary, instead we got an approximation of life & death being reduced to something akin to a fuckawful 80's MTV pop video
I did notice the repeated video slices. It's almost like it was made with commercial breaks in mind. I was also disappointed that the story about the photo journalist was brief and ended abruptly. For me, I think just the history alone and that I'm a huge baseball fan and was just a kid at the time was enough for me to be interested in this.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:15:13 AM 
Started by daytime drinking - Last post by Dan
Last winter I was on a ski trip. I purchased some nice gloves to replace my currently dying ones, and by the time I got home I only had one of the new gloves. What the hell!

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 on: Yesterday at 11:13:48 AM 
Started by Dan - Last post by Dan
Movies seen in 2015 (new movies in bold):
1. Hot Fuzz
2. Jennifer's Body
3. Almost Famous
4. How To Train Your Dragon 2
5. The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies
6. A Knight's Tale
7. The Imitation Game
8. In A World...
9. Romy and Michele's High School Reunion

10. Grosse Pointe Blank
11. Casablanca
12. Snowpiercer


Snowpiercer is a sci-fi story about a frozen over earth and the remains of humanity are living on a technologically advanced train that is separated by classes. It has a million plot holes and sci-fi holes, but overall it's done artfully and has fun action sequences. A nice cast, too, with Chris Evans doing superbly. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone, but I wouldn't dis-recommend it either.

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