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Messages - Legate Gene O'Mick, PhD

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...but in different universes, and the only constant is that Paris just ignored Aphrodite, Athena, and Hera and gave the Golden Apple back to you.

What do you do next? You tricky prank was just ruined, but it also just made your day.
Lure Paris out of sight and force him to marry you.
Smash the apple into his junk until he dies, the fucker shouldn't have ruined your prank.
Send pictures of your honeymoon with Paris every day for weeks.
Don't bother hiding the signs of a slowly deteriorating corpse in the pictures.
The next time the goddesses have a party roll the Golden apple covered in Paris' dried blood and shit into the middle of the new party.

 :eek:

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...but in different universes, and the only constant is that Paris just ignored Aphrodite, Athena, and Hera and gave the Golden Apple back to you.

What do you do next? You tricky prank was just ruined, but it also just made your day.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: FFFFUUUUUUUUUU
« on: May 07, 2015, 01:53:31 pm »
5 years, 3 months. I signed up about a month after this thread was started.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Unofficial What are you Reading Thread?
« on: May 07, 2015, 01:50:05 pm »
Took out my first book from a library in years yesterday. Carl Sagan's Demon-Haunted World. I also ordered Why Evolution Is True, which I'll be taking out today.

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So. So my oldest daughter and I had a fight.

Her: "Joss Whedon is such a baby, he deleted his Twitter"
Me: "Don't believe everything you read on Tumblr, it's full of bullies who shit-talk other people to make them feel better about themselves"
Her: furiously shit-talking me on Tumblr
Me: "Case in point, that right there"
Her: "What?"
Me: "Don't you think it's a little hypocritical, that you expect me to house you, feed you, clothe you, and provide you with internet so you can shit-talk me on Tumblr?"
Her: "I don't know what you mean"
Me: "I mean, I know you talk shit about me on Tumblr, but I don't go looking for it because I don't want to know. But right in front of me? Really? I can see that."
Her: furiously shit-talking me even more in a post I can see because I'm FOUR FEET AWAY
Me: "You know what? Get out. Get out of my house. Go spend the night at your dad's house. It's like it's never occurred to you that the things you say can hurt people. Or like you don't care. I'm going to the store, please be gone when I get back.
Her: Gone
Me: <heart is breaking>

Mostly trying not to not let Little Orange see me crying. I feel like a complete shit mom.

That sucks, Nigel. Sorry to hear it.

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Oh. Charlestown is like that. Forgot about that bit.

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Dear Twid:

Do a pub crawl in Charlestown.

Love (?),
LMNO

I wouldn't mind that. I should probably get one in with George before he goes to Amherst.

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Techmology and Scientism / Re: Serious science
« on: May 06, 2015, 02:35:40 pm »
Cool, that should cut down on the false alarms then.

Also, maybe someone should look into the effects of opening the microwave while it is working?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microwave_burn#Adults_and_microwave_ovens

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Ingress
« on: May 06, 2015, 02:27:11 pm »
has anyone else tried the missions? I'm getting a little bored with visiting the same portals around my house so i was thinking they might shake it up a bit.

I've actually been pretty tempted by that. I live within (reasonable) walking distance of the Battle of Bunker Hill.

That's one of the damnedest things. Boston is an incredibly historic city, as far as American history goes, and the rest of Eastern Massachusetts is equally historic. About a month ago I looked at the tombstone of a man who was born before the English colonized North America. I don't normally do shit like that. I've never boarded the USS Constitution and it's RIGHT FUCKING THERE. When I look at the missions on Ingress, I feel ashamed.
Don't see it as a failure to live up to some arbitrary standard, see it as an opportunity to see many interesting things for the first time!

Good point

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My coworker today was trying to think of a black dude's name and said "Who was that baboon there?"

My supervisor likes to refer to "big black Congo cock."

His supervisor described the cancer stricken woman who handles sick time as having behavior, "all fucking ghetto."

His supervisor described said woman as a "typical nigger."

HR doesn't know, because their alternatives are worse. This is Southcoast Massachusetts. This is corrections. I am filled with hate and deeply ashamed to be here.


...How the fuck are we even in the same state? You're like a 40 minute drive from here.

Seconded. I think we need to murder all the townies.

I didn't think it was prevalent in my area either, until I took a job with an old school law enforcement and working class mentality. Don't worry, I'm sure Boston has more than its share.

That's why the foolish "cops aren't racist" argument boggles my mind so much. If you get a bunch of racist people working in a field with a culture of racism, what else is going to happen from it?

Ah, the law enforcement angle makes sense. And the BPD definitely has that. I seem to remember there being quite a to do about the shit that was in their union news letter.

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My coworker today was trying to think of a black dude's name and said "Who was that baboon there?"

My supervisor likes to refer to "big black Congo cock."

His supervisor described the cancer stricken woman who handles sick time as having behavior, "all fucking ghetto."

His supervisor described said woman as a "typical nigger."

HR doesn't know, because their alternatives are worse. This is Southcoast Massachusetts. This is corrections. I am filled with hate and deeply ashamed to be here.


...How the fuck are we even in the same state? You're like a 40 minute drive from here.

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I hope HR grind him into a fine paste. That's repulsive.

He's doomed, especially given that I called him on it and he kept laughing.

Good. The doomed part, that is.

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OK, in fairness, the worst thing about anything is the followers of said thing.

If that's their shtick and they're on the internet.

Twid,
Member of Atheists vs Christians, not an atheist nor a Christian, kinda finds himself hating both atheists and Christians despite his IRL interactions with atheists and Christians.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Ingress
« on: May 06, 2015, 02:48:28 am »
has anyone else tried the missions? I'm getting a little bored with visiting the same portals around my house so i was thinking they might shake it up a bit.

I've actually been pretty tempted by that. I live within (reasonable) walking distance of the Battle of Bunker Hill.

That's one of the damnedest things. Boston is an incredibly historic city, as far as American history goes, and the rest of Eastern Massachusetts is equally historic. About a month ago I looked at the tombstone of a man who was born before the English colonized North America. I don't normally do shit like that. I've never boarded the USS Constitution and it's RIGHT FUCKING THERE. When I look at the missions on Ingress, I feel ashamed.

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:lulz:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FK-oWA7Oj8


What's funnier, that I didn't make this up or that this is the most memorable campaign slogan of the entire campaign.

In other news, I may just have to adapt this for work.

"My arse is shaved and my mind is right - Twat that wall."

I'm not even sure. I think that that it was the man's response to the question "what is your name?" The whole thing is hilarious. I can only imagine what his grandchildren's reactions were when they saw it.

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