kalron

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WheeeeHAAAAAA!  That looks like shit ton of fun!!!
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Fox News tells the truth...
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stevopusser My thoughts exactly, tallbikes were a things...not tallraffts...pfft...
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Guess the world is still here...time to start drinking again :)
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daegog At least this lady is up front about what she is doing...that Rachel Dolezal was a total fraud.
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Cheap move, funny but cheap.
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That was fun stuff and good info.

How many of you recognized the fire starting technique from Kevin Bacon's White Water Summer?
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Last day on Earth Bitches!  Time to start drinking and doing some classy drugs!!!
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widget3d You have never driven on I-95 East coast when an accident happens during rush hour have you?...still it's funny to see :)
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As someone who recently reintroduced themselves to playing piano\electric keyboard...

...this thing is fucking awesome!
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toetagmodel2 ?trolling in an educational discussion...

...yeah I'm not biting...

FYI...I probably make more than you...
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This scene was so intense I forgave the rest of the movie for being long and drawn out...

...the movie is OK, Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind is a way more dramatic human story, but this "Alien\Human Interaction Scene" is down right disturbing.
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DuckBoy87 Here Here.  We IT people are a new breed of Trade Professionals.  Our "trade" did not exist until roughly 55 years ago, while other trades (like blacksmith, wood worker, bricklayer, machinist, plumber...) have existed for centuries.  

\sarcasm...some day we will be valuable to our robot overlords ;)
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skeeter01 Here's to doing what you love and getting paid for it!
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Love Legos, so a great toy for creativity and skill building.

My mom scored the first release of the Millennium Falcon in Lego form back in 1999 on clearance at a Target for $40 for my son, it was his first big Lego set and his introduction to collecting.  I think he had almost every ship and vehicle set from Star Wars by the time he was 15 and buying them on his own with lawn mowing money.
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A couple of posters from my room as a kid:




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toetagmodel2 Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture here and I object to my degree being considered a "scam".  I worked my ass off and paid good money to get that degree with purpose.  I was a laid off IT professional who had the option of getting a Computer Science degree or doing what I wanted to do when I was a kid and now I have some excellent skills to be both creative and technical.  Hell I can weld, wood work, metal work and drive a fork lift all because of my degree.

That degree landed me my current job at a higher level position in IT then I would ever have without it and has impressed all of my bosses as something unique and they respect my creative approach to troubleshooting and innovation.  
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My first real understanding as a kid was the concept that our perception of time is purely based off our Solar System and our ability to see light.  After that nothing else made any sense...
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This is the stuff that inspired One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest.  Not-Fun-Fact, the "Negros" you see in the images were institutionalized for that same reason we have the term today "Driving While Black".

I'll just refer back to fancylad previous post...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoF_a0-7xVQ
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Oh shit...I might have to change my answer and go with Patty's Pub.
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melcervini Giger Bar in Japan was legendary, unfortunately it was taken over by the Yakuza and eventually closed.
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Hand's down...Cheers

Mos Eisley of course for space bar, but I think I would lean more toward The Last Resort from '90 Total Recall...3 boobed women anyone?
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stifler Well that was fun!