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Re: Random natterings

Postby poxic » Mon Dec 19, 2016 7:35 pm UTC

Heh. In a sorta-similar vein, I watched myself hallucinate a cigarette in someone's hand the other day. The brain is an interesting place.

(I have asthma, readily triggered by smoke and/or perfume. When I see someone on the sidewalk with a free hand hanging down, or up by their face, or really anywhere other than in a pocket, I immediately try to figure out if they're smoking. Evasive maneuvers and all that.

This one bloke had a free hand hanging down, nothing between the thumb and fingers. But because the sidewalk pebbles that I could see between their fingers happened to line up in a row at just that moment, I literally saw the outline of what seemed to be a ghost cigarette. Took me a minute to work out what had happened.

Expectations alter reality, yo.)
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Re: Random natterings

Postby sardia » Mon Dec 19, 2016 10:43 pm UTC

poxic wrote:Heh. In a sorta-similar vein, I watched myself hallucinate a cigarette in someone's hand the other day. The brain is an interesting place.

(I have asthma, readily triggered by smoke and/or perfume. When I see someone on the sidewalk with a free hand hanging down, or up by their face, or really anywhere other than in a pocket, I immediately try to figure out if they're smoking. Evasive maneuvers and all that.

This one bloke had a free hand hanging down, nothing between the thumb and fingers. But because the sidewalk pebbles that I could see between their fingers happened to line up in a row at just that moment, I literally saw the outline of what seemed to be a ghost cigarette. Took me a minute to work out what had happened.

Expectations alter reality, yo.)

Well part of me was also going, "man all these white people look alike", but then I felt bad.

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Re: Random natterings

Postby addams » Wed Dec 21, 2016 6:26 pm UTC

Giant Speck wrote:I've been reading Stephen King's Cell this week and I freaked out when my phone rang yesterday because I almost never get phone calls.
oh, dear; I can relate.
I read a book of Stevie King's short stories titled Night Shift.

Back in those days, I read myself to sleep.
There was No Internet! Barbaric! (I know)

Anyway; I woke up about 3 a.m. with an urge to urinate.
I was too frightened to get out of bed and go pee.

I laid there in progressively more misery from a full bladder,
Until the light of day finely provided enough light for me to see the floor.

That day I gave up reading Stevie King.
I've not read one word of his work sense.
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Re: Random natterings

Postby somitomi » Wed Dec 21, 2016 11:21 pm UTC

Cabooceratops wrote:You know that feeling when you get to a party or event already in full swing and you have no idea where to join a conversation so you sit there against the wall holding a proverbial red cup waiting for something to happen?

Joining a new forum is like that for me.

Of course I know, I still have it somewhere in the back of my mind. Although this is more of an exception to me, but that's because I've joined about four forums in my life (and two of them are model railroading forums, which basically means they share a large chunk of users).

ETA: See, I replied to this old post, because I didn't expect the "first unread post" link to send me somewhere other than the very last page.
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Re: Random natterings

Postby New User » Thu Dec 22, 2016 12:37 pm UTC

This is the only forum I browse regularly. Any other forums I've joined over the years were for the purpose of a very specific thread or just to ask a single question, usually about a software product or DIY project or somesuch, and then the forum left my consciousness after I completed my purpose. This is the only one I check daily and just follow along with threads to see what people are discussing.

If Cabooceratops is still around, my advice is, be patient and stick around. After that feeling of newness wears off, you'll see that the users here are generally very friendly. Some of them might suffer newbies poorly (I've been guilty of that as well, I suppose) but if someone gives you smart-ass remarks to your comments, just think of it as good-natured ribbing. Because that's probably genuinely what it is.

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Re: Random natterings

Postby You, sir, name? » Sat Dec 24, 2016 6:55 pm UTC

I turned 30 this week.

Holy crap, I'm old now. I somehow thought it would feel differently.
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Re: Random natterings

Postby poxic » Sat Dec 24, 2016 7:02 pm UTC

Nope. Feeling old is like feeling young, but it hurts more.
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Re: Random natterings

Postby You, sir, name? » Sat Dec 24, 2016 7:21 pm UTC

poxic wrote:Nope. Feeling old is like feeling young, but it hurts more.


I guess I have a bit weird perspective of aging, since I'm in significantly better shape now than I was most of my 20s 8-)
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Re: Random natterings

Postby Flumble » Sat Dec 24, 2016 7:25 pm UTC

Sudden changes virtually never happen at your birthday and virtually all changes are insignificant on their own anyway.
20-year-old you would tell you you're old and 10-year-old you wouldn't even comprehend how much you've changed/grown.

But they don't matter because they've long since died. Take that, time.

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Re: Random natterings

Postby poxic » Sat Dec 24, 2016 7:28 pm UTC

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Re: Random natterings

Postby You, sir, name? » Sat Dec 24, 2016 7:36 pm UTC

Yeah, at virtually every point in time, I've considered myself of 5+ years into the past to be roomba-trapped-under-a-chair retarded.
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Re: Random natterings

Postby poxic » Sun Dec 25, 2016 6:11 am UTC

I kinda want to sig that, but I also don't want to evict Yakk yet.
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Re: Random natterings

Postby Flumble » Sun Dec 25, 2016 10:23 am UTC

You could always put them in- ...who thought it was a good idea to not allow* tables in this forum installation?

*they're slightly forgiven if 'allow table BBCode' is not simply a switch in phpBB.

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Re: Random natterings

Postby Sableagle » Sun Dec 25, 2016 5:42 pm UTC

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Re: Random natterings

Postby Sableagle » Mon Dec 26, 2016 9:37 am UTC

Anybody do anything interesting on Sunday?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpR0hMNInD0
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Re: Random natterings

Postby addams » Tue Dec 27, 2016 1:23 am UTC

New User wrote:This is the only forum I browse regularly. Any other forums I've joined over the years were for the purpose of a very specific thread or just to ask a single question, usually about a software product or DIY project or somesuch, and then the forum left my consciousness after I completed my purpose. This is the only one I check daily and just follow along with threads to see what people are discussing.

If Cabooceratops is still around, my advice is, be patient and stick around. After that feeling of newness wears off, you'll see that the users here are generally very friendly. Some of them might suffer newbies poorly (I've been guilty of that as well, I suppose) but if someone gives you smart-ass remarks to your comments, just think of it as good-natured ribbing. Because that's probably genuinely what it is.
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This Forum is so large it encompasses most of my internet browsing.
This Forum is only one Forum of many Forums in very large internet.

These two thoughts made me feel very small.
In the larger scheme of things that is proper.

I Am small.

This place has become 'Homey'.
The regular posters here are, sort of, like RoomMates.

Good RoomMates, at that.
They don't leave dirty dishes.

They don't play their music too loud.
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Re: Random natterings

Postby Flumble » Tue Dec 27, 2016 3:45 pm UTC

addams wrote:This Forum is so large it encompasses most of my internet browsing.

This is probably also because you take part in the OTT. It moves nearly as fast as the rest of the forum(s) combined. :mrgreen:
Well, the public-facing part of the forums, that is. I have no idea how much content is placed in FaiD every day.

addams wrote:This place has become 'Homey'.
The regular posters here are, sort of, like RoomMates.

Good RoomMates, at that.
They don't leave dirty dishes.

They don't play their music too loud.
And, Their friends don't get into my stuff.

And we can't be anything other than good roommates to you when you're so nice to us. :D

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Re: Random natterings

Postby addams » Tue Dec 27, 2016 11:08 pm UTC

Flumble wrote:And we can't be anything other than good roommates to you when you're so nice to us. :D
...aww.
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Re: Random natterings

Postby eran_rathan » Thu Dec 29, 2016 3:47 am UTC

Just reconnected with a dear friend I've known since we were toddlers and haven't seen in a decade and a half. Laughed so much my face hurts.

But it feels a bit like the movie, 'Looking for a friend for the end of the world', y'know? That we have these moments of sunlight but it doesn't matter because there's a giant comet about to hit and people just keep on keeping on, arguing about the same petty bullshit and not actually fixing things that matter, like being nice to people or making a friend or stranger smile.

Also, I'm a bit drunk.
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Re: Random natterings

Postby Flumble » Fri Dec 30, 2016 12:08 am UTC

Why is the Arctic considered a desert, even though it has no land, only floating ice?

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Re: Random natterings

Postby poxic » Fri Dec 30, 2016 12:11 am UTC

Because of how little rain/snow actually falls on it. (Looking up just how much does fall is left as an exercise for the reader and/or anyone who can be arsed.)
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Postby Deva » Fri Dec 30, 2016 12:17 am UTC

Wikipedia wrote:The observations that are available show that precipitation amounts vary by about a factor of 10 across the Arctic, with some parts of the Arctic Basin and Canadian Archipelago receiving less than 150 mm (6 in) of precipitation annually, and parts of southeast Greenland receiving over 1200 mm (47 in) annually. Most regions receive less than 500 mm (20 in) annually (Serreze and Hurst 2000, USSR 1985). For comparison, annual precipitation averaged over the whole planet is about 1000 mm (39 in; see Precipitation). Unless otherwise noted, all precipitation amounts given in this article are liquid-equivalent amounts, meaning that frozen precipitation is melted before it is measured.

Arctic Basin

The Arctic Basin is one of the driest parts of the Arctic. Most of the Basin receives less than 250 mm (10 in) of precipitation per year, qualifying it as a desert. Smaller regions of the Arctic Basin just north of Svalbard and the Taymyr Peninsula receive up to about 400 mm (16 in) per year (Serreze and Hurst 2000).
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Re: Random natterings

Postby poxic » Fri Dec 30, 2016 1:04 am UTC

Deva always has time to be arsed. (So to speak.)
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Re: Random natterings

Postby Flumble » Sat Dec 31, 2016 3:35 am UTC

I'm at odds with the fact that there's no land beneath the ice.
We(?) usually only assign climates to land masses. At what point do floating objects get a climate too?


Ah but no, desert, or at least desert climate, only applies to the parts of the Arctic that have actual land beneath the ice (or no ice at all and just have actual land). At least, that's what the other wikipedia pages imply.
And e.g. this Köppen climate map only shows land mass. (and the Köppen system avoids the question entirely by defining polar regions as ET and EF)

Deva's wikipedia citation is at odds with the above definitions of desert by claiming some floating ice caps qualify as desert too.

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Re: Random natterings

Postby Deva » Sat Dec 31, 2016 6:27 am UTC

Acknowledges it somewhat under List of Deserts.
Wikipedia List of Deserts wrote: Arctic Desert – the second largest "desert" in the world, though it is frozen ocean, so (like the rest of this section) not a desert climate in any conventional sense

Remains frozen year-round. Acts like land, in a sense. Receives the requisite precipitation totals. Probably looks equally bleak, visually. Qualifies as "good enough", apparently.
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Postby Jumble » Sun Jan 01, 2017 12:02 am UTC

Happy New Year all. Good luck with 2017.
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Postby flicky1991 » Sun Jan 01, 2017 12:07 am UTC

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Postby The Snide Sniper » Sun Jan 01, 2017 5:17 am UTC

Happy new year. And may God save us all.
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Postby Weeks » Sun Jan 01, 2017 5:18 am UTC

Happy New Year! Have a nice weekend.
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Postby Lazar » Mon Jan 02, 2017 9:23 pm UTC

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Re: Random natterings

Postby sardia » Tue Jan 03, 2017 12:10 am UTC

I never got used to the homeless. Some hobo just asked me for food while I was out on my lunch break*. I was surprised because she was so young, so I bought her a kid's meal. Aren't poor kids suppose to be in school? When I was young, my parents dumped me off there for the free food and shelter.

*I work in a poor industrial community, and few like to venture outside the gated compound. Rumor has it, we are only there because the town doesn't enforce expensive environmental laws.

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Postby SecondTalon » Tue Jan 03, 2017 3:22 am UTC

To go to school you need a parent to sign paperwork for you, as you aren't an adult. Same thing for getting that free lunch.

If you've run the fuck away from your parents, you've not got anyone to sign the paperwork for you. Hence, no school, and no free lunch.
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Postby eran_rathan » Tue Jan 03, 2017 4:05 pm UTC

And there are kids' homeless shelters, but they are (much like everything designed to help people who can't help themselves) woefully underfunded, understaffed, and overwhelmed.

If they have room, they bring the kids to school, sign off for them for the free lunches, etc.

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Re: Random natterings

Postby sardia » Tue Jan 03, 2017 8:50 pm UTC

As they packaged the fast food, I sat there ruminating. Would that food actually go to her? Was she lying? Did it matter? I watched her take the kids meal across the street and disappear around the corner. Then my lunch break ended and my idle thoughts ceased to wander or wonder.

The next day, another older hobo asked me for food, and I brusquely said no without pause as I went back to work. I didn't feel as much this time. This will probably be my normal behavior.

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Re: Random natterings

Postby elminster » Wed Jan 04, 2017 7:50 pm UTC

2016 definitely had it's ups and downs, but 2017 is starting off really well. Turns out I'm inadvertently getting a Guinness world record to my name for my first cosplay. They contacted me, saying they believe it's the largest of it's type and fast-tracked me through the application. Going to be validated and made official on 27th. Due to how I designed it, I should be able to adjust its size to a wing span of exactly 420cm, which means I wouldn't be lying when I say "I got a 420 world record for wings that I flew around the world with" (i.e. 420cm wing span costume that I took by air freight to international locations).... double bonus! 420blazeit record.
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Re: Random natterings

Postby Thesh » Thu Jan 05, 2017 3:59 am UTC

That's pretty awesome.
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Re: Random natterings

Postby addams » Thu Jan 05, 2017 5:01 am UTC

Elminster that's amazingly Awesome.

If you are doing this now,
I can't imagine what you might be up to in ten years.

You are ambitious and not a bit shy.
You might be president of the US.

They say Anyone can be president of the US.
I'd kind of like to have a Man with Wings at the helm.

The guy that is doing it Now is defiantly into cos-play.
But; Orange? Wings are so much better than Orange.
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Postby Angua » Thu Jan 05, 2017 6:54 am UTC

That is super cool.

Also, the cosplay is huge! I'm amazed that both it and you stay up!
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Postby elminster » Thu Jan 05, 2017 8:17 am UTC

Thanks, it's super super unexpected; it didn't register as a possibility. When designing I thought "Wow thats big", then I got comfortable with its size and built it in parts, but the parts were bigger than I thought. The biggest surprise was when I finally constructed it fully; it took almost a year of putting it together and taking it apart before it stopped genuinely surprising me.
Honestly though, I don't think it will stand for very long. It was never designed to bigger than it needed to be, just 1:1. If I actually tried to build wings as large as absolutely possible, it's relatively easy. I can hardly complain though, they asked me, and I might be in the 2018 GWR book.
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Re: Random natterings

Postby Felstaff » Thu Jan 05, 2017 3:12 pm UTC

I think I'm the only person still using Wii Fit. It's been telling me I'm on my 1,999th day now for some time.
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