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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: CRAMULUS
« on: March 25, 2011, 02:48:20 am »
I can't trace shit. My great-grandfather came to NY from Calabria under a different name because he was running from some shit in Italy.

Later, after he cleaned up his mess, the name he came under mysteriously disappeared and a bunch of Cavallaris mysteriously started running shit at South Street Seaport.

We go back, more or less, to about 1870.

But since my family INVENTED "out of wedlock", it is utterly impossible to verify anything before that on my mother's side.

On my dad's side, all evidence points to us being very, very untalented pirates out of Cornwall, who lasted JUST long enough to breed before getting their necks stretched.  We've also been able to pin down 2 famous sheep thieves (WTF?), a whole family of boat wreckers, and a poisoner.

Totally not surprised you come from a long line of bastards.   :)

...but too much is always better than not enough...

Its a helluva lot easier to add a bit more than try to take away. Is it more work to gain weight or lose weight?

...depends on who you are.

*paging EoC*


Losing weight on the bacon diet.

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: CRAMULUS
« on: March 24, 2011, 09:18:09 pm »
Relative newcomer's thought...  I think I can count on one hand the number of people around here who actually know what color my skin is.  Never got the feeling anybody gave much of a shit.

You're in the SCA.

That's the whitest shit imaginable.

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: CRAMULUS
« on: March 24, 2011, 02:33:42 am »
I'm totally cool with a discussion about it, actually, which I think you and I talked about briefly on facebook.  I was just pissed with the way it came up, not the accusation itself.  Because really, I am a white motherfucker.  White trash, yeah, but white.

D: it wasnt our fault the picture was grainy we used a disposable camera & the pictures came back like crap. thats what we get for using film in the age of digital

heres a more clear picture. venice beach 2007 or 08

You have to understand that, to BadBeast, that first picture was as clear as, say, the reality in which he finds himself, not only a product of the perpetual fog of the Brit bastard's home but also the particularly dedicated attitude he holds toward mind altering substances.   :)

Or Kill Me / Re: Shangri'La: Year one
« on: March 23, 2011, 01:32:48 am »
These are awesome.  I really love the tone - it's entirely an account of how fucked you get, yet done with what seems like genuine amusement.  Definitely good stuff.

And the thread is straying. I don't care about where natural disasters are more likely or which cities we should abandon, unless it's relevant to a potential new career path for me.

I was being serious.  Distill spirits.

Literate Chaotic / Re: Unofficial What are you Reading Thread?
« on: March 22, 2011, 08:19:25 pm »
I have just finished Wizard and Glass of the Dark Tower series.  So far what I have to say on it is "OFUKINJESUS."  It's amazingly good, but sooooo fucked up. :(

I'd avoided starting that series (mostly due to "yay, I have a Kindle, I can read ANYFING!"), worth the time?

The first and fourth books are actually very, very good.  Second and third are decent.  Fifth and seventh not terrible.  Sixth book is atrocious.

Well this certainly looks like a new mistake.

Distill spirits.

« on: March 21, 2011, 07:46:44 pm »
Sign me up.

Yo PD, I'm happy for you trollin' and all
and I'mma let you finish, but infighting
is the best Spagtivity of all time.

Independence Day - Jeff Golblum found Mac-compatible aliens and gave them a computer virus.

Jurrasic Park - The young girl overrides the lock mechanisms to keep velociraptors from opening doors.

You guys may notice there's a pattern - or rather a method - to these quests.

Bonus afterlife credits to anyone that figures it out.

Quite a few of them seem to be along the lines of pushing the boundaries of one's comfort zone, or routine.

I'd suggest Nightwatch or Thud.  He's a boozer in Guards, Guards.

Yeah, I mostly have Thud to go on.  I'll have to add Nightwatch to that, then.

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