#Soylent | Logs for 2015-04-23

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[00:12:15] <chromas> it's probably because she wouldn't stfu
[00:15:44] <SpallsHurgenson> the woman was being provactive true, but not so much that they had the right to seize and destroy her property
[00:17:04] <chromas> Also, they were standing around dor whatever reason, then after he attacked her, suddenly their business there was done and they walked off
[00:17:49] <SpallsHurgenson> indeed; the one argument they COULD have made was that she was intefering in an arrest... except their actions before and after shows that she really wasn't
[00:18:20] <SpallsHurgenson> well... this is a less depressing video: https://www.youtube.com :)
[00:18:21] <NetCraft> ^ 03One World Trade Center elevators offer 500 year history ride in 47 seconds - YouTube
[00:20:56] <chromas> That's pretty nifty except they glossed over the one building disappearing
[00:21:19] <chromas> Wouldn't that scare the shit out of riders, seeing a plane fade in and hit
[00:22:42] <SpallsHurgenson> time scale is too fast; the collapse would have taken ~1/60th of a single frame :)
[00:23:26] <chromas> You're right; I should go back and see if there's a single frame with an approaching plane
[00:27:34] <SpallsHurgenson> assuming ~1 second per year, a single frame would encompass about 15 days. The twin towers fell down a mite faster than that :)
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[00:36:59] <arti> chromas, or a single frame of a dong.
[00:38:44] <chromas> gay taliban
[00:38:53] <chromas> hijack this dongliner
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[00:48:03] * SpallsHurgenson touches the internet inappropriately
[00:50:26] <chromas> Why is this not an episode of L&O:SVU?
[00:51:28] <chromas> "He–he touched my buffer :'("
[00:52:17] <SpallsHurgenson> !grab chromas
[00:52:18] <Bender> Added quote 495
[00:57:11] <SpallsHurgenson> in the year 27,932AD, all that will remain of today's civilization is Bender's quote file. The theories they will make about our culture based on that will be quite... amusing :)
[01:24:57] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - First Exoplanet Visible Light Spectrum - http://sylnt.us - exophoton
[01:25:36] <chromas> https://www.youtube.com
[01:25:37] <NetCraft> ^ 0330 Years Of Amiga at VCF East X - YouTube
[01:25:44] <chromas> https://www.youtube.com
[01:25:45] <NetCraft> ^ 03Mac Portables at VCF East X - YouTube
[01:26:24] <chromas> from the other-people-would've-posted-these-links-but-they-left-the-channel dept
[01:37:35] <SpallsHurgenson> Amiga! Amiga! Amiga!
[01:38:01] <juggs> me pours the sambuca shots
[01:38:08] <juggs> opps :D
[01:59:58] <chromas> https://www.youtube.com
[02:00:00] <NetCraft> ^ 03BilHerd - YouTube
[02:00:39] <paulej72> making search on dev not look like shit
[02:01:04] <chromas> https://www.youtube.com
[02:01:05] <NetCraft> ^ 03Fran Blanche - YouTube
[02:01:11] <chromas> nerd vidyas!
[02:01:13] <chromas> paulej72++
[02:01:13] <Bender> karma - paulej72: 148
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[02:01:58] <paulej72> https://dev.soylentnews.org
[02:01:59] <NetCraft> ^ 03Search 'this title'
[02:04:16] <juggs> looks purdy
[02:05:28] <SpallsHurgenson> I need more monitors
[02:06:11] <juggs> Something amiss with the CSS here? https://dev.soylentnews.org Text in the article is hard up against the left edge of the box it's in (no margin). Not logged in that is.
[02:06:13] <NetCraft> ^ 03SN (dev) article:  Status Update: 12 March 2014
[02:07:33] <juggs> SpallsHurgenson, surely you have about a thousand spare monitors on your man-cave shelves? :/
[02:07:52] <chromas> He needs a thousand-and-one
[02:07:57] <SpallsHurgenson> damn straight!
[02:08:15] <cmn32480> heya kids
[02:08:22] <juggs> DAD!!!
[02:08:36] <SpallsHurgenson> Mom!
[02:08:42] <SpallsHurgenson> DadMom!
[02:09:05] <cmn32480> You kids calm down or I will turn this car RIGHT AROUND!
[02:09:25] <SpallsHurgenson> oooh, do donuts!
[02:09:46] <juggs> ARE WE THERE YET DAD???
[02:09:47] <cmn32480> only if you are good Spalls...
[02:10:05] <cmn32480> NO!. and there isn't a Dunkin Donuts within 100 miles of my current location.
[02:10:17] <cmn32480> I'm going into withdrawal
[02:10:20] <juggs> WAAAHHH!!!!1
[02:10:23] <SpallsHurgenson> what they sell at Dunkin Donuts aren't real donuts
[02:10:33] <cmn32480> f**k the donuts
[02:10:36] <SpallsHurgenson> more like cardboard toruses
[02:10:36] <cmn32480> I want the coffee
[02:10:40] <juggs> ARE WE THERE YET DAD???
[02:10:43] <paulej72> juggs: looks like i goofed somewheres
[02:11:22] <cmn32480> YES JUGGS. NOW GET OUT! I might even slow down
[02:11:34] <juggs> paulej72, just thought it looked a little odd. Font looks oversized too (perhaps picking up browser default rather than from css maybe)
[02:11:59] <SpallsHurgenson> has anyone's dad EVER followed through on that threat?
[02:12:09] * juggs dives out the sunroof
[02:12:36] <cmn32480> SpallsHurgenson - turning the car around?
[02:12:44] <cmn32480> I have done it to my kids
[02:13:32] <SpallsHurgenson> video or it didn't happen :)
[02:13:39] <juggs> !grab cmn32480
[02:13:39] <Bender> Added quote 496
[02:13:50] <juggs> muahahahaha - now you can never leave!
[02:14:20] <paulej72> yea there was a stray comma on that specific set of styles.
[02:14:29] <cmn32480> ahh yes... things out of context
[02:15:49] <cmn32480> how does one see Bender's quote file?
[02:16:02] <SpallsHurgenson> bribes help
[02:16:21] <cmn32480> then I shall ask Bender
[02:17:58] <cmn32480> bender is a fucktard
[02:17:59] <juggs> Looks good no paulej72 :)
[02:18:02] <juggs> now*
[02:18:20] <cmn32480> he won't answer. Oh well
[02:18:48] <juggs> !help
[02:18:48] <Bender> documentation for jsonbot can be found at http://jsonbot.org
[02:18:48] <paulej72> !quote 1
[02:18:48] <Bender> Quote 1 - <NCommander> DarkMorph, because whenever I have to touch hashref's I want to stab my eyes out
[02:18:52] <Bender> see !list for loaded plugins and "!help plugin" for help on the plugin.
[02:18:55] <juggs> !quote cmn32480
[02:18:55] <Bender> Quote 419 - <cmn32480> Sorry folks.. I'll be occupied the rest of the evening playing with my new appendages
[02:18:58] <juggs> !quote cmn32480
[02:18:58] <Bender> Quote 419 - <cmn32480> Sorry folks.. I'll be occupied the rest of the evening playing with my new appendages
[02:18:59] <Bender> Also in quotes: 420, 481, 496
[02:19:02] <Bender> Also in quotes: 420, 481, 496
[02:19:14] <juggs> !quote 481
[02:19:14] <Bender> Quote 481 - <cmn32480> sorry crutchy... just had my first Summer Shandy of the season
[02:19:22] <juggs> !quote 420
[02:19:22] <Bender> Quote 420 - <cmn32480> WHOSE TOUCHING MY BREASTS?!?!?!?!!
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[02:19:54] <cmn32480> !quote 481
[02:19:54] <Bender> Quote 481 - <cmn32480> sorry crutchy... just had my first Summer Shandy of the season
[02:20:02] <cmn32480> !quote 496
[02:20:02] <Bender> Quote 496 - <cmn32480> I have done it to my kids
[02:20:14] <cmn32480> oh happy day
[02:20:18] <juggs> :D
[02:20:38] <cmn32480> immortalized out of context
[02:21:23] <SpallsHurgenson> I'm glad I've never said anything worth grabbing :)
[02:21:36] <juggs> !quote SpallsHurgenson
[02:21:36] <Bender> Quote 15 - <SpallsHurgenson> as a nerd, I am unfamiliar with this thing you call "sunlight"
[02:21:40] <Bender> Also in quotes: 21, 24, 50, 57, 72, 202, 245, 261, 273, 277, 283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 294, 309, 313, 318, 324, 326, 341, 348, 349, 376, 377, 380, 383, 384, 387, 389, 392, 400, 411, 473, 483, 484
[02:21:55] <SpallsHurgenson> okay, maybe one or two things in the past
[02:22:01] <SpallsHurgenson> but nobody grabs me anymore
[02:22:19] <cmn32480> !grab SpallsHurgenson
[02:22:19] <Bender> Added quote 497
[02:22:41] <paulej72> !quote paulej72
[02:22:42] <Bender> Quote 209 - <paulej72> sec's up
[02:22:46] <Bender> Also in quotes: 275, 304, 305, 393, 395, 403, 404, 414, 442, 443, 465, 474, 494
[02:23:19] <SpallsHurgenson> oh wow, I remember 393; that one was great. nothing like 414 and 474 though
[02:23:54] <cmn32480> !quote 497
[02:23:54] <Bender> Quote 497 - <SpallsHurgenson> but nobody grabs me anymore
[02:24:15] <juggs> Age or a paunch will do that to ya
[02:24:47] <SpallsHurgenson> it's not a paunch! it
[02:24:51] <SpallsHurgenson> s natural body armor!
[02:25:08] <cmn32480> in other words, when you got a great tool build a shed over it?
[02:25:43] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Chinese Scientists Have Genetically Modified Human Embryos - http://sylnt.us - no-ethical-issues-here
[02:26:50] <juggs> It's preparation for the apocalypse - that there is FUEL storage
[02:33:26] <juggs> cmn32480, you still camped out in hotel hell?
[02:33:45] <cmn32480> yup
[02:34:15] <cmn32480> hoping to finish early and head home on Friday instead of Saturday
[02:35:06] <cmn32480> I just wanna sleep in my own bed.
[02:35:14] <cmn32480> I odn't even care if my wife is there
[02:35:20] <paulej72> off to bed for me. cya later
[02:35:41] <cmn32480> night paulej72
[02:36:29] <cmn32480> but on the fun side of life, me and my travel partner were in Ace Hardware and the girl who was helping us tried to pick me up
[02:36:57] <paulej72> you were too heavy though
[02:37:18] <cmn32480> ow... if it had penetrated the fat, that might have hurt
[02:37:41] <chromas> Bender: grab cmn32480
[02:37:42] <Bender> Added quote 498
[02:37:55] <cmn32480> figures....
[02:38:01] <cmn32480> hiya chromas
[02:38:07] <chromas> hey cmn32480
[02:38:25] * chromas takes off the michael jackson grabbing glove
[02:39:06] <juggs> she was probably set up to do that by Mrs cmn32480 - who is of course also lurking here :D
[02:39:37] <cmn32480> yeah.. highly likely that Chelsea was a setup
[02:39:43] <cmn32480> good thing I saw right through it
[02:40:58] <cmn32480> based on the fact that she was trying to pick up a random out of towner in an Ace hardware... she rates pretty high on the crazy scale
[02:41:04] <cmn32480> but she was kinda hot
[02:41:40] <cmn32480> https://www.youtube.com
[02:41:40] <NetCraft> ^ 03The Universal Hot vs Crazy Matrix - a Man's Guide to Women - YouTube
[02:42:21] <juggs> probably extremely bored - oooh out of towner with an expense budget, could be a free meal and bit of fun and they'll be outta here tomorrow so no lasting reputation damage or local stalker BS to deal with.
[02:43:35] <cmn32480> or she was trying to find an out of towner to get her out of this one horse town
[02:44:57] <cmn32480> she was flirting in front of the other peolpe that she works with. definetly lasting reputation damage
[02:45:14] <juggs> possibly. somewhat unlikely if you wear a wedding ring, unless we're venturing into blackmail kinda crazy territory. Yah - just best not to go there if already attached regardless how hot they are.
[02:47:02] <juggs> Not sure that flirting would cause reputation damage per se - flirting with a clearly married man.... yeh, that's a bit grimy or desperate.
[02:47:37] <cmn32480> I don't wear a ring when doing installations. too much chance of catchign it on somethign adn damaging the ring or ripping off a finger
[02:48:34] <cmn32480> it was made clear that I am married when I told the guy I am traveling with "Remind me to call my wife and kids later"
[02:48:39] <cmn32480> she continued flirting
[02:48:48] <cmn32480> probably dumb as a post
[02:48:52] <juggs> classy
[02:48:56] <cmn32480> very
[02:49:22] <cmn32480> 7 hot 8 crazy... definetly in the danger zone
[02:50:34] <cmn32480> the guy I'm traveling wiht was not helping me out either. He was continuing the conversation with her while I was obviously trying to extract myself from it
[02:50:51] <juggs> Is he attached?
[02:51:02] <cmn32480> married nearly 40 years
[02:51:12] <juggs> lol, git!
[02:51:13] <chromas> so "no" then
[02:51:22] <cmn32480> but he has a sick sense of humor and was getting a good laugh out of me being flirted with
[02:52:22] <juggs> I can see the humour in that too :D Watch cmn32480 squirm :D
[02:52:45] <cmn32480> basically... he was still giggling about it at dinner an hour later
[02:52:55] <juggs> nothing a swift punch and a beer can't resolve afterwards
[02:54:23] <cmn32480> beer solved it
[02:54:56] <cmn32480> the hot crazy matrix that I put up earlier is hilarious
[02:55:11] <SpallsHurgenson> oh beer, is there anything you can't solve?
[02:55:18] <cmn32480> the clap?
[02:55:19] <SpallsHurgenson> (or cause?)
[02:55:24] <cmn32480> the clap?
[02:55:48] <SpallsHurgenson> have you tried?
[02:56:05] <cmn32480> no. I have successfully avoided that my whole life
[02:56:19] <SpallsHurgenson> beer?
[02:56:29] <cmn32480> no, the calp
[02:56:33] <cmn32480> goofball
[02:59:45] <juggs> redheads, strippers, anyone called "Tiffany", hairdressers :D
[03:00:08] <cmn32480> we all know a "Tiffany", even by another name
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[03:04:21] <juggs> why does he need a side arm and a badge attached to his belt to white board that chart? :/
[03:04:45] <cmn32480> I believe the guy is a cop or federal agent of some kind
[03:06:21] <juggs> Or in an open carry state I guess - not sure it is even a badge, might just be a fixture for the holster. Don't know enough about these things to say one way or another being from a none gun-toting locale
[03:07:13] <cmn32480> scary part is it is SO true
[03:07:44] <cmn32480> "this is where your car gets keyed"
[03:08:38] <juggs> the same can likely be said by females about males. or indeed females dating females or males dating males. I expect the crazy / hot matrix is equally applicable whatever the gender of the participants.
[03:08:49] <cmn32480> agreed
[03:11:32] <cmn32480> https://www.youtube.com
[03:11:34] <NetCraft> ^ 03Hot Crazy Matrix - A Man's Guide to Women - YouTube
[03:11:49] <cmn32480> this is the original video, and has a female version at 6:00
[03:12:08] <cmn32480> glad to see that Netcraft confirmed it
[03:13:01] <juggs> Oookay - why the gun pointed toward the viewer and "TACTICAL RESPONSE" at the start? Bit odd given the subject at hand :/
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[03:14:00] <cmn32480> James Yeager owns a company called Tactical Response. the first video seems to be a cut from the second link
[03:17:06] <juggs> Fair enough. I'm in no position to hold a position on gun ownership / open | concealed carry in the US. Just seemed somewhat of an odd juxtaposition to the rest of the vid.
[03:19:33] <cmn32480> damn... this hotel conenction sucks. took 30 seconds to bring up the editing interface
[03:23:29] <juggs> sounds like my home connection :(
[03:31:34] <juggs> Be Afraid https://www.youtube.com
[03:31:35] <NetCraft> ^ 03Why women are "crazy" // Anna Akana - YouTube
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[03:49:02] <cmn32480> !uid
[03:49:02] <Bender> The current maximum UID is 5228, owned by Shakkuras
[03:52:52] <cmn32480> highly likely that could be the answer juggs.
[03:52:59] <cmn32480> but I think the matrix still applies
[03:58:33] <juggs> Need more female input on the male matrix. Hot / broke - date, Any / Moneyed - marry. Seems a bit coarse - I'd like to think it's not true.
[03:59:38] <cmn32480> being that I fall inot the No Date section I agree
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[04:07:19] <SirFinkus> idea: store drinks along with a highly-compressed gas, when they are opened they cool instantly
[04:08:11] * SirFinkus wonders if the economics would work out
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[04:10:11] <chromas> We could clal it pop and/or soda :)
[04:11:25] <SirFinkus> well, to a greater extent
[04:11:34] <SirFinkus> where the cooling would be noticeable
[04:11:34] <ciri> out and about!! SirFinkus
[04:11:46] <juggs> SirFinkus, already been done with "widgets" in the can. Guinness Draft for e.g. has a little compressed CO2 widget in the base of the can that pops on opening the can. Granted that is more to put the bubbles into the beer, but the expansion causes cooling.
[04:11:46] <SirFinkus> die of cunt rot ciri
[04:12:28] <SirFinkus> juggs: not to the extent where you can just bring a warm can of Guinness to the beach, open it, and have a cold beverage
[04:13:02] <juggs> true - but you can bet the method is patented up the wazoo
[04:13:20] <SirFinkus> also, that's not how the Guiness thing works
[04:13:26] <SirFinkus> it's basically an agitator
[04:14:47] <cmn32480> You are suggesting a compressed gas, similar to the way your standard refrigerator or air conditioner works, SirFinkus?
[04:14:52] <chromas> hey, who here likes guns and abortions?
[04:14:53] <SirFinkus> yup
[04:14:56] <cmn32480> cookies++
[04:14:56] <Bender> karma - cookies: 5
[04:14:57] * chromas agitates
[04:15:11] * cmn32480 agrees. Chormas does agitate
[04:15:40] <SirFinkus> I like guns, I'm ambivalent about abortions, which pisses everybody off
[04:16:12] <SirFinkus> I'm either complicit in child murder, or hate women, depending on who asks
[04:16:19] <juggs> Shoot the baby? Is that acceptable?
[04:16:27] <chromas> Bender: grab juggs
[04:16:27] <Bender> Added quote 499
[04:16:28] <cmn32480> on the surface, the A/C idea shouldn't be hard except that the release of the gas might force the liquid out of the can, depending on the force with which it releases
[04:16:41] <SirFinkus> I'm in favor of post-natal abortion though
[04:16:58] * juggs whacks chromas with an appendage
[04:17:07] <SirFinkus> cmn32480 easy problem to solve, have two separate compartments
[04:17:22] <cmn32480> abortion is between you, your moral compass, and your God
[04:17:43] <cmn32480> the basic principal isn't too hard
[04:18:17] <juggs> I have a fish hook on a stick, no the basic principal is not too hard
[04:18:26] <SirFinkus> not an expert, but the issue seems far too nuanced for the rhetoric put out by both sides
[04:18:49] <cmn32480> I have a Jalepeno on a stick, what's your point?
[04:19:21] <juggs> Things - all things should be mounted on a stick..... it makes them scary
[04:19:40] <SirFinkus> http://i.imgur.com
[04:19:42] <cmn32480> or funny
[04:20:12] <cmn32480> that's awful. Hilarious, but awful
[04:20:26] <SirFinkus> I fucking hate those family stickers
[04:20:29] <cmn32480> you familiar with Jose Jalepeno on a Stick juggs?
[04:20:32] <SirFinkus> congrats, you spawned
[04:20:43] <SirFinkus> it's not an accomplishment
[04:20:47] <chromas> http://imgur.com
[04:20:48] <NetCraft> ^✓ 03Imgur
[04:21:03] <juggs> cmn32480, not familiar
[04:21:44] <cmn32480> he is a ventriloquist dummy for Jeff Dunham.
[04:22:36] <cmn32480> https://www.youtube.com
[04:22:37] <NetCraft> ^ 03"José Jalapeño's bad day" | Jeff Dunham: Arguing with Myself - YouTube
[04:22:47] <cmn32480> juggs ^
[04:23:32] <SirFinkus> OH MAN THIS GUY IS HILARIOUS
[04:24:42] <cmn32480> juggs? yes he is hilarious
[04:27:19] * juggs Is used to being laughed at. Does not care and wins anyway :D :P
[04:28:33] <cmn32480> Sirfinkus - he has had several Comedy Central specials, and he is funny as hell.
[04:28:40] <cmn32480> I think walter is my favorite dummy
[04:29:00] <SirFinkus> idk, didn't even crack a smile
[04:29:20] <SirFinkus> seems gimmicky, like carrot top or something
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[04:37:32] -!- mode/#Soylent [+v Subsentient] by Imogen
[04:57:40] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Researchers Design Material to Change Texture and Color Like Cuttlefish Do - http://sylnt.us - what-is-it-now
[05:09:56] * mrcoolbp sees Subsentient and reaches for his light-saber
[05:10:11] <Subsentient> mrcoolbp: What'd I do? :^(
[05:10:53] * Subsentient wimpers
[05:11:31] <SirFinkus> nice reaction time mrcoolbp
[05:11:34] <mrcoolbp> just a precaution
[05:11:43] * mrcoolbp points the saver at SirFinkus
[05:12:07] <SirFinkus> I'll never be afraid of a guy who can't spell "saber"
[05:12:11] <Subsentient> mrcoolbp: I've done almost nothing in recent weeks, editing, coding, housework. I'm wearing my last (was) clean shirt because I don't have energy to do laundry. And I still don't know where I'll live next month. :^(
[05:13:27] <Subsentient> We got an extension but now we'll have to pay $200 more to stay this extra month
[05:14:38] <Subsentient> At least I'm not dealing with OCD>
[05:14:40] <Subsentient> I guess there's that.
[05:15:06] <arti> hmmm
[05:15:10] * Subsentient 's chronic exhaustion has gotten a lot worse.
[05:15:12] <arti> are you being evicted
[05:15:34] <Subsentient> arti: No, they already hiked the rent $140 so now we'll have to pay $340 more than usual.
[05:15:34] <arti> guess not, since they're extending it
[05:15:52] <arti> wasn't sure if you were one of those people that's fighting something
[05:16:04] <Subsentient> arti: Fighting what kind of something?
[05:16:18] <arti> rising rent and zoning issues.
[05:16:45] <Subsentient> arti: ahh yeah the rent is a problem
[05:16:52] <arti> you in socal?
[05:17:04] <Subsentient> here they are requiring you make 3x what you pay in rent in monthly income.
[05:17:11] <Subsentient> Most of the apartments
[05:17:12] <arti> it's like california, new york, miami
[05:17:14] <Subsentient> so our search is really heart.
[05:17:21] <Subsentient> hard*
[05:17:22] <mrcoolbp> SubSentient, that blows man, sorry to hear
[05:17:57] <Subsentient> mrcoolbp: I wanted to work on this: https://github.com but I'm so exhausted there are often days I'm too tired to even play Warzone 2100.
[05:17:58] <NetCraft> ^ 03Subsentient/aerious · GitHub
[05:18:55] <mrcoolbp> Subsentinent: it's tough, I'm exhausted a lot = )
[05:19:10] <Subsentient> mrcoolbp: I am never fully awake anymore. :^(
[05:19:18] <arti> that's a horrible feeling
[05:19:21] <mrcoolbp> yeah
[05:19:46] <Subsentient> It's the "Life feels like a TV show" kinda tired.
[05:20:49] <juggs> Revolution!
[05:21:23] <Subsentient> I'm really starting to hate myself for not doing jack shit.
[05:21:34] <Subsentient> But then I'm too tired to do it, and I tell myself "you'll feel up to it tomorrow"
[05:21:38] <Subsentient> and I never fucking do
[05:21:51] <arti> do you work?
[05:22:12] <Subsentient> arti: No, I'm on disability. I've been hoping I'll eventually be stable enough to get a job at somewhere like Novell
[05:22:22] <Subsentient> The OCD is the big reason for that
[05:22:26] <arti> are you able to exercise?
[05:22:58] <Subsentient> I live near Phoenix Arizona. It gets 120F commonly in the summer here, and it's already hitting 100
[05:23:18] <arti> you have mornings and evenings
[05:23:33] <arti> exercise will help deal with stress and assist with sleeping
[05:23:38] <Subsentient> But since I have no car and I'm forced to either walk or take a bus everywhere I guess yeah, I do get some excercise
[05:23:42] <arti> if you're not able to move around easily, jump into a pool.
[05:24:08] <arti> get a kettle bell then, don't have to leave home and you can do a great variety of exercises
[05:24:11] <mrcoolbp> good advice
[05:24:25] <arti> you gotta do shit though, and it sucks starting out
[05:24:33] <arti> it'll help thought
[05:24:47] <Subsentient> arti: and BTW in summer it doesn't dip below 100F in the night.
[05:25:44] <arti> so you're lazy?
[05:25:57] <arti> change is hard man
[05:26:04] <Subsentient> arti: that too. But I do end up walking a lot thanks to my financial situation
[05:26:11] <arti> but each day that you're not doing it is another day lost
[05:26:30] <arti> just think zero defects
[05:26:54] <arti> success is largely a mental thing, master yourself. anxiety comes from lack of action
[05:28:06] <arti> stress can be a real killer, it's destabilizing having your living situation threatened
[05:28:21] <Subsentient> arti: Did I ever give you a link to what's wrong with me?
[05:28:39] <arti> no
[05:28:39] <Subsentient> arti: https://en.wikipedia.org READ THAT.
[05:28:40] <NetCraft> ^✓ 03Wiki: Primarily Obsessional OCD
[05:29:44] <arti> fek, my dns is wonky right now :|
[05:30:11] <arti> heard of sunthanine?
[05:30:51] <Subsentient> arti: No.
[05:30:54] <Subsentient> $ddg sunthanine
[05:30:54] <aqu4> No results found.
[05:31:29] <arti> that's worked well for me, it's isolated from green tea
[05:31:37] <arti> helps mellow me out
[05:31:51] <Subsentient> arti: Ah. I'm on 80mg of Prozac and that's what's keeping me alive right now.
[05:32:04] <Subsentient> They use it for OCD too but you need a much higher dose.\
[05:32:36] <Subsentient> 90% of the OCD is gone. Now I'm frustrated because I'm still too fucked up to do anything with my life.
[05:32:47] <Subsentient> And every day I'm terrified it'll quit working and the OCD will come back
[05:33:14] * juggs hugs Subsentient
[05:33:36] <juggs> Hugs fix everything
[05:33:37] <arti> sounds like you need lots of sex
[05:33:57] <Subsentient> hah
[05:34:12] <Subsentient> arti: You remember Omen?
[05:34:16] <arti> yeah
[05:34:41] <Subsentient> It was a hell of a good thing to do, but I had to shut it down because the OCD was desensitizing me.
[05:34:45] <arti> yay dns is up again.
[05:35:17] <Subsentient> I still have the source but it's all shut down.
[05:36:33] <arti> well, you can always fire it up again.
[05:36:39] <Subsentient> I'm scared to.
[05:36:46] <mrcoolbp> Subsentient: my thing is I try to do at least one thing every day that I enjoy, that's a good day
[05:37:02] * arti makes a wild guess: pooping
[05:37:03] <mrcoolbp> doesn't always have to be something you walk away with something "in hand"
[05:37:05] <Subsentient> mrcoolbp: I generally sleep and play WZ when I'm like this. Some days it's just the sleeping part.
[05:37:16] <Landon> Subsentient: good luck finding something that clicks
[05:37:24] * Landon remembers how shitty it was with unmedicated adhd
[05:37:40] <Landon> I would attempt doing something I enjoy, only to be frustrated that I wasn't enjoying it enough :\
[05:37:43] <mrcoolbp> cmn32480: one of our 'sleeper' staff memebers ^
[05:37:43] <Subsentient> Landon: I have that too but I can't get medication for it, because that will make the OCD worse.
[05:38:29] <Landon> Subsentient: stimulants?
[05:38:35] <Subsentient> Landon: yeah
[05:38:54] <Landon> there are also some anti depressant medications that can be used, I didn't look into those because the stimulants work so far
[05:39:27] <Subsentient> yeah well since OCD is based on too much focus, I'm skeptical any ADHD medication would be safe for me.
[05:39:40] <Landon> oh right :P
[05:40:11] <Landon> one of the biggest problems I have with medication is regular laser focus on the wrong thing
[05:40:39] <Landon> must go to bed now, I think I unborked my phone
[05:41:15] <mrcoolbp> g'night Landon
[05:41:35] <Landon> no dog pictures tonight, due to phone issues
[05:41:36] <arti> landon is actually a cellphone
[05:41:44] <mrcoolbp> that's tru ^
[05:42:01] <Subsentient> juggs: Thx for the hug BTW :^)
[05:42:02] <Landon> pretty much
[05:42:06] <Landon> just turned on unlimited data
[05:42:09] <arti> you just like juggs pressed up against you
[05:42:17] <mrcoolbp> heh
[05:42:17] <Landon> so I can tell cox what to do with their exorbitant prices
[05:42:20] <Subsentient> $burrito arti
[05:42:20] * aqu4 chucks a nasty, rotten burrito at arti
[05:42:24] * arti dodges
[05:42:28] <arti> ooooo look at me
[05:42:32] * arti prances
[05:42:36] <mrcoolbp> Landon: you'll tell Cox where they can put it?
[05:42:52] <Subsentient> Landon: I switched to Centurylink because they let me have a static IP on a consumer account for $5 extra and don't block any ports.
[05:42:56] <Landon> feed that cable right up yer cox hole
[05:43:03] <mrcoolbp> arti is actually pretty decent at prancing, I've seen 'em
[05:43:09] <Landon> there's nothing good around here if I want a decent slow speed at an ok price
[05:43:14] <arti> man, next time you come here we gotta get some vietnamese food
[05:43:20] <mrcoolbp> nice
[05:43:20] <arti> i'll blow your mind with awesomeness
[05:43:23] <Landon> cox lowest 2 tiers: $56/15mbps, $66/50mbps
[05:43:28] <mrcoolbp> Pho bitches
[05:43:37] <arti> nah man, vermicelli and springrolls
[05:43:39] <mrcoolbp> Landon suck my Cox
[05:43:41] <arti> and banh khot
[05:43:43] <Landon> at&t is big on year contracts, so I can't find the real price for their $50/18mbps bundle
[05:43:53] <Landon> (but that one comes with hbo and is tempting, because game of thrones)
[05:43:53] <mrcoolbp> arti: they make snake methinks
[05:44:02] <arti> http://www.eatingsaigon.com
[05:44:38] <arti> wrap those bitches with asian greens (lettuce, pickled carrot and raddish shreds, mint) and dunk in some sauce
[05:44:41] * Subsentient sees the murdered, mutilated crustacean corpses, pukes on arti
[05:44:57] <arti> a corpse is a person
[05:45:04] <arti> murder applies to humans only
[05:45:20] <mrcoolbp> arti: my 'rents are moving to 'Frisco, so it's a possibility
[05:45:34] <arti> when you misuse words willfully it weakens your argument
[05:45:40] <Landon> http://www.phoronix.com will leave this as food for thought
[05:45:41] <NetCraft> ^ 03John Carmack's Comments On C/C++ - Phoronix
[05:45:45] <Subsentient> Rents, Frisco, Your parents + a can of crisco
[05:46:05] <arti> !define ninja
[05:46:44] * Subsentient loves his many Pentium 3 class PCs
[05:47:45] * arti has a strong urge to play full throttle
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[05:48:09] <Subsentient> arti: Want a game to play? Join me in the undying glory: http://wz2100.net
[05:48:10] <NetCraft> ^ 03Warzone 2100: A Free And Open Source Real-Time Strategy Game
[05:48:24] <arti> sub, what about doing some gigs through craigslist?
[05:48:45] <Subsentient> arti: that'd lose me my disability. It's illegal.
[05:50:05] <arti> work on some items to poke into your portfolio
[05:50:39] <Subsentient> arti: I've got a project in mind currently that might be small enough I can achieve it and not hate myself.
[05:51:30] <Subsentient> arti: And as far as WZ2100 goes, even when I'm really productive I unwind with lots of that in the evening. :^)
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[05:58:26] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Swallow Your Password - http://sylnt.us - ultimate-biometrics-for-us
[05:59:29] <arti> the upcoming battlefront looks neato
[05:59:46] <arti> battlefield meets SW universe with lots of money behind it
[06:00:08] <Subsentient> $wz
[06:00:08] <aqu4> 3[1 of 1] Name: _u_n_d_e_r_s_c_o_r_e_s_ | Map: TruckTrekCO-T1 | Host: SubSen MOEPP | Players: 1/8 | IP: | Version: 3.1.2
[06:10:28] <arti> http://imgur.com
[06:10:29] <NetCraft> ^ 03Octoaww - GIF on Imgur
[06:45:14] <chromas> Subsentient: just think: with aerious, you could beat systemd-networkd to gaining wireless support!
[06:45:17] * chromas cracks the whip
[06:49:11] <arti> come mr. taliban hand over bin laden. day light come and we bomb your home. one bomb two bomb, three bomb MORE.
[06:49:29] <arti> six bomb, seven bomb, eight bomb more, cruise missile knocking at your door.
[06:49:59] <chromas> airplane come and me work no more
[06:50:37] <chromas> s/work/live/
[06:50:37] <sedctl> <chromas> airplane come and me live no more
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[07:02:10] <Subsentient> chromas:
[07:02:25] <chromas> Subsentient:
[07:02:40] <Subsentient> chromas: Game?
[07:02:52] <chromas> sure, I could fit one in
[07:03:11] <Subsentient> that's what she said
[07:03:30] <chromas> but she didn't stop at just one
[07:03:44] <Subsentient> hehe
[07:03:44] <Subsentient> $wz
[07:03:45] <aqu4> 3[1 of 1] Name: _u_n_d_e_r_s_c_o_r_e_s_ | Map: 4Triumvirate-T1 (map-mod) | Host: SubSen MOEPP | Players: 1/4 | IP: | Version: 3.1.2
[07:03:49] <Subsentient> chromas:
[07:04:00] <chromas> $burrito
[07:04:00] <aqu4> The burrito command requires an argument.
[07:04:02] <chromas> Subsentient:
[07:04:44] <SirFinkus> $pingall | $borrito
[07:04:49] <chromas> <tama> abortions are like potato chips
[07:04:54] <chromas> tama said it, so it's okay
[07:04:57] <SirFinkus> $pingall | $burrito
[07:04:59] <SirFinkus> sorry
[07:05:10] <SirFinkus> $pingall
[07:05:21] <chromas> yeah, someone should create a bot with command piping
[07:05:34] <Subsentient> The command you want is $pageall
[07:05:35] * SirFinkus forgot the prefix for pingall
[07:05:37] <chromas> ooh, I lost my pacifier in game
[07:05:41] <SirFinkus> $pageall
[07:05:42] <SirFinkus> ?
[07:05:47] <arti> that pages all
[07:05:50] * chromas ain't a n00b n0 m0r3
[07:05:52] <Subsentient> $debug togglecmdenabled pageall
[07:05:52] <aqu4> The "pageall" command has been enabled.
[07:05:54] <Subsentient> $debug togglecmdenabled pageall
[07:05:54] <aqu4> The "pageall" command has been disabled.
[07:06:01] <SirFinkus> oh you bastard
[07:06:12] <Subsentient> :^D
[07:06:26] <chromas> SirFinkus: it's okay; you can ping all with a little <tab> magic
[07:06:49] <SirFinkus> or I could write my own bot, but the effort to spam ratio isn't low enough
[07:07:10] <chromas> load up an aqu4bot and use $pageall :D
[07:07:25] <chromas> Alberto would've done it
[07:07:32] <SirFinkus> actually a good idea
[07:10:18] <crutchy> coffee++
[07:10:18] <Bender> karma - coffee: 1306
[07:18:40] <SirFinkus> hmm, my clock has a bug it appears
[07:19:02] <SirFinkus> or I'm insane
[07:19:27] <SirFinkus> it just went from 23:18 to 0:19 and back again
[07:19:27] <crutchy> you need xdebug spray
[07:27:51] <arti> :|
[07:28:02] <arti> have you tried hitting it?
[07:28:31] <SirFinkus> nope
[07:28:43] <arti> :|
[07:28:53] <arti> press E to interact with it again, then.
[07:29:37] <SirFinkus> I thought all the cool kids were using "f" to interact
[07:29:59] <arti> they are.
[07:30:09] * arti sets mode +hint
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[07:53:12] <arti> http://www.atlasobscura.com
[07:53:13] <NetCraft> ^ 03Object of Intrigue: 19th-Century Greenlandic Seal Fur G-String | Atlas Obscura
[07:54:50] <SirFinkus> I bet those are for the men though
[07:55:02] <SirFinkus> to rain on your sexy parade
[07:56:07] * crutchy wonders what the skid factor is
[07:56:25] <SirFinkus> I'm sure your dentist tells you to floss
[07:56:29] <SirFinkus> same principle
[07:57:17] <crutchy> the fur started out white
[07:58:38] <SirFinkus> http://en.wikipedia.org
[07:58:39] <NetCraft> ^ 03Wiki: Merkin
[07:59:15] <arti> Murkin'
[08:00:45] <SirFinkus> http://en.wikipedia.org
[08:15:41] <crutchy> http://i.imgur.com
[08:18:27] <crutchy> http://i.imgur.com
[08:27:52] <crutchy> mirc looks fucking weird: http://i46.tinypic.com
[08:29:18] * SirFinkus vomits
[08:30:21] <chromas> javascript_required_just_to_load_an_image--
[08:30:21] <Bender> karma - javascript_required_just_to_load_an_image: -1
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[08:34:36] <crutchy> oh. i thought i just linked the actual image
[08:34:44] <crutchy> stupid tinypic :/
[08:35:36] * chromas blames tinypic for everything
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[08:42:31] <crutchy> hehe. i think this one might be a little bit photoshopped: https://i.imgur.com
[08:43:30] <crutchy> hmm. or maybe not: http://blog.thenewstribune.com
[09:13:15] <Subsentient> chromas: Sorry, it was a dead game. Severe stalemate.
[09:18:38] <chromas> could've at least finished me off :)
[09:19:32] <chromas> I finally found the lasers I guess, but I've no idea how to get there in the tech tree, other than researching completely unrelated things
[09:31:38] <Subsentient> chromas: yeah, I had a friend asking me for something so I needed to quit. I needed the system resources.
[09:31:53] <Subsentient> chromas: But yeah, interestingly enough you research sensor upgrades to get the lasers.,
[09:32:03] <Subsentient> http://betaguide.wz2100.net.
[09:32:04] <Subsentient> http://betaguide.wz2100.net
[09:32:04] <NetCraft> ^ 03Warzone 2100 Guide • Guide Index
[09:32:04] <NetCraft> ^ 03Warzone 2100 Guide • Guide Index
[09:32:12] <Subsentient> chromas: http://betaguide.wz2100.net
[09:32:26] <Subsentient> you can see all research prerequisites and stuff there
[09:33:17] <Subsentient> chromas: And so you know, the bodies you pick have varying health, resistances, and speed, so it matters which ones you make. Bug is not good for serious combat, it's used for disposable stuff like trucks and sensors for spying. :^)
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[13:22:45] <crutchy> https://www.youtube.com
[13:22:45] <NetCraft> ^ 03Timelapse del Volcán "Calbuco" de Chile en Erupción - YouTube
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[13:43:49] <Bender> karma - coffee: 1307
[13:44:52] <crutchy> ~queue
[13:44:54] <exec> *** SN submission queue: 3 - http://sylnt.us
[13:45:35] <crutchy> ergh. queue is low
[13:46:28] <crutchy> i would do my usual shitty submissions to chock it up a bit but ima go sleepies
[13:49:14] <CoolHand> crutchy: feel free to contribute when you wake up :)
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[16:50:24] <AndyTheAbsurd> I chucked two things into the submissions queue
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[17:06:16] <CoolHand> AndyTheAbsurd: thanks for your contribution... :)
[17:07:37] <CoolHand> AndyTheAbsurd: it looks like takyon might be looking at one of them now - possibly merging with another congressional story..
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[18:27:39] <arti> http://www.euractiv.com
[18:27:41] <NetCraft> ^ 03EU leaders to declare: 'We cannot take more migrants' | EurActiv
[18:27:57] <AndyTheAbsurd> http://www.theregister.co.uk hahahahahahahaha!
[18:27:58] <NetCraft> ^ 03Evil Wi-Fi kills iPhones, iPods in range – 'No iOS Zone' SSL bug revealed • The Register
[18:28:02] <AndyTheAbsurd> I will keep laughing about that until an equally bad flaw is found in Android.
[18:30:16] <arti> is this the library that was used in like 1500 apps?
[18:33:44] <arti> apparently not
[18:33:52] * arti shrugs
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[20:54:49] <Bytram> !uid
[20:54:50] <Bender> The current maximum UID is 5228, owned by Shakkuras
[20:54:56] <Bytram> ~weather boston, ma
[20:54:58] <exec> 03Boston, MA, USA - currently 49°F, cloudy, wind W at 18 mph, humidity 30% - Thursday partly cloudy (36°F-51°F), Friday mostly cloudy (38°F-56°F), Saturday mostly sunny (40°F-58°F), Sunday partly cloudy (41°F-56°F)
[20:55:00] <Bytram> ~weather portland, me
[20:55:01] <exec> 03Portland, ME, USA - currently 43°F, cloudy, wind N at 4 mph, humidity 77% - Thursday partly cloudy (35°F-51°F), Friday partly cloudy (36°F-55°F), Saturday scattered showers (37°F-55°F), Sunday scattered showers (40°F-54°F)
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[20:55:05] <Bytram> ~weather presque isle, me
[20:55:06] <exec> 03Presque Isle, ME, USA - currently 46°F, cloudy, wind S at 5 mph, humidity 63% - Thursday rain and snow (34°F-48°F), Friday rain and snow (33°F-48°F), Saturday cloudy (35°F-54°F), Sunday showers (37°F-52°F)
[20:55:44] <Bytram> coffee++
[20:55:44] <Bender> karma - coffee: 1308
[21:05:17] <arti> :D
[21:05:36] <Bytram> arti: whasup?
[21:05:56] <arti> playing around with AWS
[21:06:06] <arti> pretty cool infrastructure
[21:06:16] * arti typically goes with VPS
[21:06:17] <Bytram> amazon web service(?)
[21:06:23] <arti> yessir
[21:06:32] <arti> i think it's services /notnitpick
[21:06:46] <Bytram> nod nod
[21:07:11] <arti> looking into automating all of the deployment
[21:07:15] * Bytram has never played with i
[21:07:26] <Bytram> what are you deploying, if I may ask?
[21:07:54] <arti> likewise, figured i should bite the bullet. they've got a pretty cool free tier. granted it's not enough to do massive projects on without hitting some limits but it's perfect for smaller sites/applications
[21:08:12] <arti> deployment of a health care application
[21:08:35] <arti> shifts and medicine stuff like that
[21:08:39] * Bytram has never understood why sites complain that it takes time to 'spin up' a VM... just have a couple already spinned up in a queue ready & waiting, as you *use* them, spin up another spare, lather/rinse/repeat.
[21:08:49] <Bytram> that's with major sites, of course.
[21:08:58] <Bytram> e.g. netflix
[21:09:03] <Bytram> sounds interesting!
[21:09:22] <arti> one of the reasons for using amazon specifically is how robust they are and have a variety of datacenters with the ability to move between them super easily
[21:09:35] * Bytram thinks shift scheduling is deep voodoo
[21:09:37] <Bytram> nod nod
[21:09:57] <arti> since we're dealing with medicine it needs to be 24/7
[21:10:00] * Bytram spent a couple years at IBM testing their VM operating system back in the early 80's
[21:10:06] <arti> oh rad
[21:10:08] <Bytram> true that
[21:10:22] <Bytram> what about hippa?
[21:10:41] <arti> we initially were looking at salesforce one (spaceball 1)
[21:10:49] <Bytram> lol
[21:10:50] <ciri> :D
[21:11:04] <arti> and it become more a license nightmare, for example we couldn't easily have beta licenses
[21:11:19] <arti> test it out a facility etc. moving staff around (licesnes between facilities)
[21:11:50] <Bytram> tech problems, as difficult as they often are, are often small in comparison to all the other stuff that surrounds it.
[21:12:02] <arti> hippa is a good question, there are a few other developers wrangling stuff and they've made the call, since my other work is done i'm switchingt over to this
[21:13:01] <Bytram> nod nod
[21:13:12] <Bytram> you might have noticed I have some QA experience =)
[21:13:14] <arti> my main priority is deployment, something we can version control and spin up and down
[21:13:25] <arti> :D
[21:13:47] <arti> is that what you do presently?
[21:14:57] <arti> https://aws.amazon.com
[21:14:59] <NetCraft> ^ 03AWS Free Tier
[21:15:06] <Bytram> not professionally; had some personal stuff happen right when the dot com boom went bust in the early 2000's... ended up getting out of the field, but would like to return
[21:15:34] <Bytram> for the time being, I've been testing SoylentNews getting my chops back in shape.
[21:15:43] <arti> i'm not sure if i'll keep doing this, but it's interesting and i'm with a company with a very good culture
[21:16:03] <Bytram> on a positive note, my social skills have improved dramatically in the meantime!
[21:16:03] <arti> i'll reval after the project, like always
[21:16:12] <arti> i've been working on soft skills as well
[21:16:41] <arti> they've had a profound impact on my personal and professional life
[21:16:42] <Bytram> Why are soft skills so hard?
[21:16:49] <Bytram> !grab Bytram
[21:16:49] <Bender> Added quote 500
[21:16:52] <Bytram> =)
[21:17:00] * Bytram wasn't sure if I could 'grab' myself
[21:17:07] <arti> heyo
[21:17:13] <Bytram> nograb
[21:17:27] <arti> some of them we practice without knowing, it's fascinating understanding them more and how old some things are
[21:17:40] <Bytram> so true!
[21:18:03] <arti> phrases interest me, encountering them in classics for example, it's like "hey we still use that!" wonder how long its been in use before being written down
[21:18:23] <Bytram> paulej72++
[21:18:23] <Bender> karma - paulej72: 149
[21:18:29] <Bytram> paulej72++
[21:18:29] <Bender> karma - paulej72: 150
[21:18:36] <paulej72> qhttps://github.com
[21:18:39] <paulej72> https://github.com
[21:18:40] <NetCraft> ^ 03Issues · SoylentNews/rehash · GitHub
[21:18:42] <arti> speaking of which, there's a book i want to read called canterbury tales, have you heard of it?
[21:18:57] <arti> g'day paulej72
[21:19:01] <Bytram> arti: do NOT go to: http://etymonline.com
[21:19:01] <NetCraft> ^ 03Online Etymology Dictionary
[21:19:07] <paulej72> read it in the original old english
[21:19:15] <Bytram> ouch!
[21:19:16] <arti> middle english /:P
[21:19:42] * Bytram had to read the 'Cliffs notes' version of Shakespeare to understand what he was 'trying to say' and then it kinda made sense.
[21:19:43] <arti> end of the medieval period, pretty hilarious
[21:20:02] <arti> the language can be offputting for sure
[21:20:07] * Bytram has a very sensitive filter for spelling and grammar -- would hurt trying to read the stuff
[21:20:14] <arti> i feel that way about the enlightenment period texts
[21:20:32] <paulej72> Watch a Skakespere play and with in a few minutes you will not notice that they are speaking funny anymore
[21:20:43] <arti> 19th century is much more digestable
[21:20:54] <Bytram> nod nod
[21:20:55] <arti> i like reading old london magazines
[21:22:13] <arti> i've found some newspapers from way back, 1500s
[21:22:21] <arti> documenting the fires and what not
[21:22:52] <arti> pretty cool, that began an interesting journey into how buildings were constructed at the time, fire fighting techniques
[21:23:02] <arti> (pulling the buildings down)
[21:24:00] * arti wants sugarcane juice
[21:24:27] * arti keeps reading microsoft lync and lynch
[21:27:42] <Bytram> hmmm, sugarcane juice reminds me of the molasses spill in boston that caused major havoc back in the day.
[21:28:09] <Bytram> seems there was a huge 'tank' that let go and it just flowed all over the place... caused a lot of damage
[21:28:15] <arti> ants, ants everywhere.
[21:28:25] <arti> sounds like a sticky situation!
[21:28:27] * arti shows himself out
[21:28:52] <Bytram> think of all the cookies that coulda been made!
[21:29:20] <Bytram> https://en.wikipedia.org
[21:29:21] <NetCraft> ^ 03Wiki: Boston Molasses Disaster
[21:29:42] <Bytram> Molasses disaster in Boston's North End in 1919 showed the ...
[21:29:42] <Bytram> Photos: The Great Molasses Flood of 1919. The infamous molasses flood in Boston was a tragedy like no other. On January 15, 1919, a giant tank in the North End collapsed, sending a wave of an estimated 2.3 million gallons of molasses through the streets of Boston.
[21:29:56] <Bytram> http://www.bostonglobe.com
[21:29:57] <NetCraft> ^ 03Molasses disaster in Bostons North End in 1919 showed the lethal power of thick substances - Metro - The Boston Globe
[21:30:13] <arti> whoa
[21:30:18] <Cyprus> wow
[21:30:29] <Cyprus> 50ft tall by 90ft dia
[21:30:41] <Cyprus> thats.... yeah, that wouldn't have been a good day
[21:31:05] <Bytram> mind you, that was in Boston in *January*
[21:31:07] <arti> i just assumed it was a tanker or something
[21:31:52] <Cyprus> the cold actually probably helped
[21:32:05] <arti> “In the beginning, the molasses was moving so quickly and there was so much of it that it had enough force to rip buildings apart,” Jabr said in a phone interview. “As it went on, it slowed down and became more and more viscous.”
[21:32:41] <Bytram> Cyprus: volume = area * height = pi * r^2 * height = 3.14 * 45^2 * 50 => about 315000 cu ft
[21:32:48] <Cyprus> i can't imagine what the flow's power would have been. Isn't it like 8x denser than water?
[21:33:03] <Bytram> https://en.wikipedia.org
[21:33:04] <NetCraft> ^ 03Wiki: Molasses
[21:33:14] <Cyprus> 8.7k m^3
[21:33:33] <arti> “The tank went up in 1915, and people started complaining that it was leaking. They could see brown streaks coming out from around the rivets,” said Robert J. Allison, chairman of the history department at Suffolk University. “So the company’s response was to paint it all brown.”
[21:34:06] <Cyprus> clearly, business can self regulate and the government shouldn't interfere =)
[21:34:26] <Cyprus> i have to admire the dick that said fine paint it brown though
[21:34:33] <arti> indeed
[21:34:49] <arti> more government is totally awesome
[21:34:56] <arti> look how effective washington is :D
[21:35:03] <Cyprus> more government isn't awesome
[21:35:20] <arti> yes it so is! its needed because regulations!
[21:35:21] <Bytram> arti: why is it that aweSOME is better than awFULL ?? =)
[21:35:23] <Cyprus> less saftey regulation because "government bad" is fing stupid though
[21:35:45] <arti> have you been taking your 5 second shower citizen?
[21:35:55] <Cyprus> its you fucking sith that only deal in exterems that drive me nuts in regards to government =)
[21:36:09] <arti> i detect some emotion here
[21:36:33] <Bytram> https://answers.yahoo.com
[21:36:34] <NetCraft> ^ 03can anybody tell me the density of blackstrap molasses in kg/m3? | Yahoo Answers
[21:36:34] <arti> lol "only sith deal in absolutes" <- what type of statement is this
[21:36:34] <Cyprus> yeah, i really admire the paint it brown guy heh
[21:36:47] <Cyprus> thats just special
[21:37:03] <Bytram> so, approx 1.4 kg/m3
[21:37:03] <arti> fallacies!
[21:37:16] <arti> so yoda wasn't a jedi then?
[21:37:43] <Bytram> and based on Cyprus's: 8.7k m^3 ...
[21:38:24] <Cyprus> they had to have typed it wrong
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[21:38:37] <Cyprus> unless its fucking ephemeral
[21:38:37] <Bytram> 8700 m^3 * 1.4 kg/m^3 => 12180 kg
[21:38:52] <Cyprus> water is almost 1000 kg/m3
[21:38:54] <arti> howmany freedom units is that?
[21:39:14] <Bytram> Cyprus: right you are... approx 1kg/liter
[21:39:28] <Bytram> doh.
[21:39:36] <Cyprus> im thinking they're off by a few decimal places, maybe a k value?
[21:39:38] <Bytram> 1411 kg/m^3
[21:39:42] <Cyprus> so that would make it about 50% denser
[21:40:04] <Bytram> I was off by an order of magnitude... I thought they had g/m^3 not kg/m^3
[21:40:04] <Cyprus> not horrible, but still not a good thing to run into a 25 foot wave of it
[21:40:32] <Cyprus> probably enough to sweep you at about a foot of depth?
[21:40:39] <Bytram> so, adjusting, that comes to 12180kg * 1000 == 12,180,000 kg
[21:40:51] <Bytram> Cyprus: easily.
[21:40:59] * Bytram used to do a lot of canoeing...
[21:41:23] <Bytram> two-foot deep water at a good clip can take me off my feet if I am not braced for it
[21:41:39] <Cyprus> yeah, that would have been a terrible morning
[21:41:40] <Bytram> molasses is apparently 40% more dense
[21:41:47] <Cyprus> especially with it being clingy
[21:42:05] <Cyprus> probably looked like a scene from swamp thing, except sickeningly sweet
[21:42:17] <Bytram> killed 21 people and injured 150
[21:42:45] <arti> and that's why i don't eat molasses
[21:42:52] <arti> imagine the scarred individuals from that
[21:42:53] <Cyprus> can you imagine the cleanup?
[21:43:01] <Cyprus> especially with it that cold
[21:43:02] <arti> apparently they just sprayed water on it
[21:43:06] <arti> sea water
[21:43:31] <arti> when in doubt, paint it brown
[21:44:12] <Cyprus> heh the bay was brown for 6 mo
[21:44:13] <Bytram> The temperature had risen above 40 °F (4.4 °C), climbing rapidly from the frigid temperatures of the preceding days.
[21:44:16] <arti> hahahaha
[21:44:25] <arti> "man this fish tastes amazing!"
[21:44:49] <kadal> How is there not a Michael Bay movie about this?
[21:45:07] <Cyprus> lmao best fishing ever
[21:46:03] <Cyprus> i mean this isn't fundamentally different from that fly ash spill
[21:46:16] <Cyprus> so its not like we've learned anything
[21:46:17] <arti> "I never took the gypsy woman seriously, 'Molasses will be the end of you!'"
[21:46:24] <Cyprus> lmao
[21:46:29] <kadal> https://en.wikipedia.org
[21:46:29] <NetCraft> ^ 03Wiki: London Beer Flood
[21:46:47] <arti> it's almost like people are lazy
[21:47:20] <kadal> wow. https://en.wikipedia.org - In 2013! really haven't learned anything
[21:47:20] <NetCraft> ^ 03Wiki: Honolulu molasses spill
[21:47:28] <Cyprus> wait... seriously? lol
[21:47:43] <kadal> "The Honolulu molasses spill refers to a spill of 1,400 tons of molasses into Honolulu Harbor in September 2013. The spill was discovered on September 9, 2013.[1] It was caused by a faulty pipe, for which the shipping company Matson Navigation Co. took responsibility."
[21:47:44] <arti> quickly, we need a count down style clock
[21:47:52] <Cyprus> eh its just a broken pipe
[21:47:54] <arti> days since last flood (beer, molasses etc.)
[21:48:05] <Cyprus> not nearly as exciting as a 25 foot wave of death
[21:48:30] <arti> seems like something that the simpsons or futurama would cover
[21:48:47] <Cyprus> i think it was in this movie with Snake Plisken...
[21:48:51] * Cyprus ducks
[21:48:52] <kadal> not for humans
[21:48:58] <kadal> "Divers in the harbor area reported that all sea life was killed by the molasses, which instantly sank to the bottom of the harbor and caused widespread de-oxygenation.[4][5][6] Various species of coral were injured or killed, and more than 26,000 fish and other marine species suffocated and died."
[21:49:03] <arti> i was going to paste that
[21:49:05] <arti> Divers in the harbor area reported that all sea life was killed by the molasses,
[21:49:14] <arti> fiesh no liek molasses
[21:49:15] <Cyprus> still not 25 foot wave
[21:49:43] <kadal> well think about it when you are 10-20 cm tall
[21:49:56] * kadal is heading out.
[21:50:05] <kadal> */me makes the door creak...
[21:50:07] <arti> watch out for the molasses
[21:51:30] <Bytram> paulej72++
[21:51:30] <Bender> karma - paulej72: 151
[21:51:31] <Bytram> paulej72++
[21:51:31] <Bender> karma - paulej72: 152
[21:51:49] <Bytram> arti: such a BIG nose you have!
[21:52:26] <arti> "my face is up here!"
[21:52:38] * Bytram has something like 50 tabs open... needs to start clearing some of them
[21:52:44] <arti> which browser?
[21:52:45] <Bytram> snort!
[21:52:49] <Bytram> afk brb
[21:53:30] <arti> if you're using The One True Browser (Chrome \o/ Hail Hydra) consider The Great Suspender
[21:53:49] <arti> Heil
[21:53:53] * arti sighs
[21:54:01] * Bytram tries to avoid feeding the google
[21:54:18] <arti> easy, set your dns to and
[21:54:21] * chromas arrests arti for getting it wrong
[21:54:48] * arti shows his papers and does the handshake
[21:55:02] <arti> I DOWNLOAD LINUX TORRENTS!
[21:55:15] <chromas> Too late! Unless…you, maybe have something for me?
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[21:55:32] <arti> more vikings?
[21:55:44] <arti> my lame ass friend finally downloaded the other episodes
[21:55:47] * chromas lightly rubs index finger and thumb together; the classic tip/bribe gesture
[21:56:09] <crutchy> coffee++
[21:56:09] <Bender> karma - coffee: 1309
[21:56:21] * arti picks a fresh booger and performs the same motions
[21:56:29] <crutchy> work-- # time for one coffee before i gotta leave
[21:56:29] <Bender> karma - work: -14
[21:56:35] <chromas> Ah, playing with your food
[21:56:39] <arti> crutchy, building anything cool?
[21:56:41] * chromas does the ol' pick'n'flick
[21:56:54] <crutchy> not past couple of days
[21:57:00] <crutchy> been reading about tapeworm chick
[21:57:05] <arti> wat.
[21:57:19] <arti> fun fact those were old school weightloss techniques
[21:57:20] <chromas> two girls, one tapeworm?
[21:57:34] <crutchy> http://bato.to
[21:57:40] * arti has recently seen a bum with a worm, on the tubes.
[21:57:54] <arti> uhhh
[21:58:21] <arti> this looks like some weaboo faggotry
[21:58:42] <crutchy> still plugging away at execstat and slash test lib
[21:58:50] <arti> execscat
[21:58:58] <crutchy> oh, bytram i got comment and submission posting working
[21:59:04] <arti> for great justice
[21:59:14] <arti> how many internet points does that grant you?
[21:59:14] <ciri> very carefully and then some
[21:59:18] * arti pets ciri
[21:59:22] <arti> one day i shall arm you.
[21:59:37] * crutchy already has max SN monies
[21:59:57] <arti> you should use them to buy a larger user page
[22:00:02] <arti> and invest in some new themes
[22:00:09] <arti> then rake in the honies.
[22:00:15] <Bytram> crutchy: neat! how's it work?
[22:00:35] <crutchy> it's wrapped up in a ~slash-test alias
[22:00:43] <arti> ~slash-wrists
[22:00:58] * Bytram is thinking that a submit-like action should return either a URL or an error code
[22:01:19] <arti> i think it should silently error
[22:01:23] <crutchy> calls this script
[22:01:25] <crutchy> https://github.com
[22:01:25] <NetCraft> ^✓ 03exec-irc-bot/slash_test.php at master · crutchy-/exec-irc-bot · GitHub
[22:01:35] <Bytram> Yoo hoo script!!!!!
[22:01:37] <arti> the script actually justs texts crutchy and he manually does it.
[22:01:37] <crutchy> lib functions are here: https://github.com
[22:01:38] * Bytram called it too
[22:01:38] <NetCraft> ^ 03exec-irc-bot/sn_lib.php at master · crutchy-/exec-irc-bot · GitHub
[22:01:44] <crutchy> haha
[22:01:55] * crutchy pokes arti with a used dildo
[22:02:14] * Bytram channels phil collins: no reply at all
[22:02:16] <arti> hey, what are you doing with my back massager
[22:02:42] <crutchy> i was just adding a pleasant scent to it :p
[22:02:54] <Bytram> crutchy: s/c//
[22:02:55] <sedctl> <Bytram> <crutchy> i was just adding a pleasant sent to it :p
[22:03:00] <Cyprus> heh feeding the google
[22:03:06] <Bytram> crutchy: s/ s/ c/
[22:03:07] <sedctl> <Bytram> <crutchy> i was just adding a pleasant ccent to it :p
[22:03:11] <arti> it's what android users do :D
[22:03:12] <Bytram> crutchy: s/ s/ /
[22:03:12] <sedctl> <Bytram> <crutchy> i was just adding a pleasant cent to it :p
[22:03:33] <Bytram> hmm, centience?
[22:03:38] <arti> yex.
[22:03:42] <crutchy> ~say <#> tama, cents go in coin slots
[22:03:43] <Bytram> money smart: centient
[22:03:54] <arti> that's capitalist subsentient.
[22:04:09] <crutchy> or Subsentient's mistress :p
[22:04:26] <arti> :|
[22:05:10] <crutchy> arti, i hear you're hanging out with amazon women
[22:05:33] <arti> yeah, looking to make infrastructure
[22:05:54] <arti> first time playing around with tomcat
[22:06:03] <crutchy> lucky i returned your back scratcher
[22:06:32] <arti> thanks m8
[22:06:39] * crutchy is a nobody when it comes to hosting services
[22:07:07] <arti> paid_learning++
[22:07:07] <Bender> karma - paid_learning: 1
[22:07:15] <crutchy> linode comes to mind for some reason, but that's about all i know of it
[22:07:31] * arti uses them and digital ocean
[22:07:37] <crutchy> oh and some microsoft attempt at being linux with that cloud thing
[22:07:47] <arti> azure? which powers apple
[22:07:49] <chromas> bluehost?
[22:07:54] <chromas> >:D
[22:07:55] <crutchy> azure
[22:08:12] <arti> they, like all the others, just buy and acquire
[22:08:43] <crutchy> they prolly using zen underneath anyway :p
[22:08:52] <Cyprus> heh
[22:08:55] <crutchy> microsoft xen
[22:09:21] <arti> windaz 10 has some neat features
[22:09:44] <Cyprus> so does Montana
[22:09:51] <arti> is that your girlfriend?
[22:09:52] <Cyprus> it doesn't mean i want to deal with the rest of it
[22:10:09] <crutchy> damn. that coffee went somewhere
[22:10:10] <arti> relax, companies that do work will dig it.
[22:10:48] * crutchy had a sinking feeling that he may end up with an early windaz 10 realease at work
[22:11:00] <arti> it's coming.
[22:11:13] <arti> the application control stuff is pretty cool, can lock it down
[22:11:17] <crutchy> i'm up for a new pyewta in the next 12 months
[22:11:25] <Cyprus> heh thats one thing i like about my desktop here. Linux
[22:11:39] <arti> oh yeah, how's that hardware support working out?
[22:11:43] <Cyprus> great?
[22:11:46] <crutchy> if only autodesk wasn't embedded in microsoft's colon
[22:12:25] * Bytram 'puter celebrates it's 10th anniversary in abuot 3 weeks
[22:12:41] <crutchy> oh apparently they may also have an arm up steve job's dead ass
[22:12:57] <arti> apple apparently has some nice apis for drawing
[22:13:09] * arti has been examining the evil
[22:13:14] <crutchy> maybe torvalds is a bit tight in that area
[22:13:34] <crutchy> hasn't been worked enough by the corporate glove... yet
[22:13:39] <Cyprus> i have a macbook from work as well, it's growing on me, as dirty as it feels
[22:13:47] * chromas blames ibm and microsoft
[22:13:49] <arti> i like the touch support
[22:14:09] <Cyprus> i really like the way the touchpad works, although i hate that scrolling is backwards
[22:14:13] <crutchy> we need a !hammer bot
[22:14:25] <arti> to... bless things with?
[22:14:38] * crutchy read about some ios no-go wifi bug
[22:14:41] <arti> or is this more of a hammer time thing
[22:14:46] <crutchy> is that in the queue yet?
[22:14:50] <arti> i believe so
[22:14:54] <crutchy> or is it already on the frontpage
[22:14:54] <chromas> Cyprus: I heard there's an option somewhere for that
[22:14:54] * arti is just guessing
[22:14:55] <crutchy> oh
[22:15:06] <arti> it's on the site which must not be named.
[22:15:14] <Cyprus> i haven't looked that hard
[22:15:27] <Cyprus> i basically use my laptop as a ssh console
[22:15:32] <chromas> we also have that farticle
[22:15:35] <Bytram> https://soylentnews.org
[22:15:36] <NetCraft> ^ 03SN article:  WiFi Hack Creates No Go Zone For IOS 04(19 comments)
[22:15:48] <crutchy> if only SN supported frontpage extensions we could beat everyone else
[22:15:55] <arti> ugh
[22:16:01] <chromas> frontpage--
[22:16:02] <Bender> karma - frontpage: -1
[22:16:09] <crutchy> frontbum++
[22:16:09] <Bender> karma - frontbum: 1
[22:16:14] * arti likes frontbum
[22:16:14] <chromas> frontbum++
[22:16:14] <Bender> karma - frontbum: 2
[22:16:19] <arti> frontbum++
[22:16:19] <Bender> karma - frontbum: 3
[22:16:27] * arti also learned of Growler
[22:16:32] <crutchy> oh yeah typical me not reading tfa
[22:16:32] <arti> crutchy will know of this
[22:16:47] <crutchy> nasty turd left in the bowl?
[22:17:20] <arti> thick bushed wild vajs
[22:17:44] <arti> Show us ya growler!
[22:17:47] <crutchy> that's a new one to me :p
[22:17:54] <arti> 70s/80s thing iirc.
[22:18:14] <chromas> beaver pelt?
[22:18:17] <chromas> or bear?
[22:18:18] <arti> vintage stryn
[22:19:00] <crutchy> growler is when you open up the seat on a public toilet and you get smashed in the face by a smell from a giant unflushed shit that displaced all the water in the bottom of the bowl so that there's direct air contact
[22:19:43] <arti> you mean the blade style vampire death effect + scent
[22:20:16] <arti> we certainly make excellent use of this multibillion dollar communications network
[22:21:08] <crutchy> we should be sending moar dubstep cat pics
[22:21:19] <chromas> $praise al gore
[22:21:36] <arti> !g coal powered jet chair
[22:21:37] <ciri> 1,740,000 results | Images for coal powered jet chair | Replacement Patio Chair Cushion - Fallenton Coal/Armona Jet ... @ http://www.samsclub.com | Ezekiel's Wheel's | Ancient Aliens Debunked @ http://ancientaliensdebunked.com | A Single Boeing 777 Engine Delivers
[22:21:38] <ciri> Twice the Horsepower of All ... @ http://www.theatlantic.com | Small Hydropower: Renewable Energy The New Senate Could Get ... @ http://insideenergy.org
[22:21:53] <chromas> walmart has everything
[22:21:54] <crutchy> pr0nz created the internets
[22:22:04] <arti> ah, ancient aliens!
[22:22:10] <crutchy> in pr0nz we trust
[22:22:18] <arti> lol, it's going to be great in the future
[22:22:42] <arti> "lol, this is your ancestor!" hdspread.png
[22:22:53] * crutchy sighs. off to workipoos
[22:23:10] <crutchy> haf fun :)
[22:23:13] <arti> alright, remember! don't make eyecontact with any of the marsupials
[22:24:03] <crutchy> hmm. actually i might have been thinking of a grogan before, not a growler
[22:24:09] <crutchy> ~define grogan
[22:24:11] <exec> [urbandictionary] 03GROGAN: 1. A partially-ejected clump of feces. Half a loaf. 2. An ejected clump of feces that is not heavy enough to drop off your dingleberry forest.
[22:24:23] <crutchy> oh. maybe not :p
[22:24:34] <arti> HULK GROGAN
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[22:32:02] <chromas> arti: s/H/B/
[22:32:02] <sedctl> <chromas> <arti> BULK GROGAN
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[22:37:06] <arti> g'day
[22:37:32] <Ethanol-fueled> sup.
[22:38:05] <Bytram> http://feeds.arstechnica.com
[22:38:06] <arti> learned about a molasses flood in boston close to 100 years ago
[22:38:06] <NetCraft> ^ 03[Updated] Baaad attitude: Prank-messaging friends (and enemies) with Goatattack.com | Ars Technica ( http://arstechnica.com )
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[22:38:42] <arti> Goatattack.com is suspending operations after its messaging provider cut off its account for "suspicious activity."
[22:39:08] <arti> The entirety of the site runs on a Google Cloud instance running Windows Serve
[22:39:13] <arti> ^-- double evil
[22:41:07] <arti> http://arstechnica.com
[22:41:08] <NetCraft> ^ 03This machine catches stingrays: Pwnie Express demos cellular threat detector | Ars Technica
[22:41:10] <arti> kinda neat
[22:41:22] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Complete Head Transplant or Complete Publicity Stunt - http://sylnt.us - dr-frankenstein-creates-his-monster-or-not
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[22:51:09] <Ethanol-fueled> If you havent seen it you all gotta watch the gamergate episode of Law and Order: SVU
[22:51:23] <Ethanol-fueled> One of the most hilarious things I've ever seen.
[22:51:55] <Ethanol-fueled> They actually kidnap and beat "Anita Sarkissian" in the show.
[22:52:30] <Ethanol-fueled> and lots of references to shooters, including a couple first-person -style game views
[22:52:40] <chromas> does the ad say "ripped from the headlines" while the opening says it's fictional?
[22:53:09] <Ethanol-fueled> I don't want to ruin it too much. But it's fucking hilarious.
[22:53:49] <Ethanol-fueled> And ICE-T, man.
[22:55:24] <arti> gamergate episode?
[22:56:08] <chromas> it's topical
[22:56:17] <Ethanol-fueled> yeah arti, there's an episode where "anonymous" from "redditchan" harasses and then kidnaps "Anita Sarkissian"
[22:56:28] <chromas> they also had a vaccination episode I think
[22:56:34] <Ethanol-fueled> I shit you not.
[22:56:41] <arti> keeping it current lol
[22:56:44] <Cyprus> i've noticed they're almost all "pop culture" episodes now, and its pretty painful when you recognize what the topic is
[22:56:47] <arti> kinda like southpark
[22:57:05] <chromas> south park has better writers
[22:57:06] <Ethanol-fueled> Here, I'll see if I can find a few pics...
[22:57:22] <Cyprus> i admit, i found stick of truth hilarious and disturbing
[22:57:55] <Ethanol-fueled> "Anonymous" Kidnaps "Anita Sarkissian": http://s2b20blog.mukyou.com
[22:58:05] <chromas> their tickle-me-elmo jokes were 20 years late though
[22:58:18] <arti> lol
[22:58:18] <ciri> HAHAHAHA
[22:58:29] <Cyprus> oh lord
[22:58:36] <Cyprus> thats just.... yeah
[22:58:56] <Ethanol-fueled> An image macro of a still from the actual episode from the eyes of the "kid with the gun" : http://i.ytimg.com
[22:59:42] <arti> dat brick landscape
[23:00:05] <Ethanol-fueled> Here's another.
[23:00:14] <Ethanol-fueled> http://cdn.arstechnica.net
[23:00:22] <Ethanol-fueled> From the perspective of Ice-T
[23:11:44] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - WiFi Hack Creates No-Go Zone For iOS - http://sylnt.us - maybe-if-you-hold-it-differently
[23:24:46] <arti> http://www.nytimes.com
[23:24:47] <NetCraft> ^ 03( http://www.nytimes.com )
[23:25:01] <arti> http://www.nytimes.com
[23:25:02] <NetCraft> ^ 03( http://www.nytimes.com )
[23:25:05] <arti> meh
[23:25:26] <Ethanol-fueled> Gen. Betrayeus gave classified info to the Jew spy Broadwell.
[23:25:40] <arti> pay $100,000 go free!
[23:26:12] <Ethanol-fueled> The NSA causing his removal led to a CIA counter-op to discredit the NSA: Snowden.
[23:26:43] <arti> who in turn created the largest honeypot ever: bitcoin
[23:32:56] <Bytram> http://feedproxy.google.com
[23:32:57] <NetCraft> ^ 03Russian Hackers Infiltrated Pentagon Network: US | SecurityWeek.Com ( http://www.securityweek.com )
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[23:33:43] <Bytram> http://www.forbes.com
[23:33:44] <NetCraft> ^ 03Astronomers Puzzled By Cosmos' Largest Known 'Supervoid'
[23:33:58] <Bytram> http://feeds.arstechnica.com
[23:33:59] <NetCraft> ^ 03170 year old champagne provides clues to past winemaking | Ars Technica ( http://arstechnica.com )
[23:36:12] <Ethanol-fueled> http://rt.com
[23:36:17] <Ethanol-fueled> LOL dat picture
[23:36:17] <ciri> i missed it, what are you laughing at? >.>
[23:37:03] <arti> Those in favor of the legislation said Denmark did not want to remain the last northern European country where bestiality was legal, as this was attracting animal-sex tourists.
[23:37:36] <Ethanol-fueled> Hey, but it also says that Hungary, Finland, and Romania are now the only EU countries where bestiality is legal.
[23:38:02] <Ethanol-fueled> Of course one of them was scandinavian. Probably a lotta horses out on the pasture.
[23:38:13] <arti> horsefaced++
[23:38:13] <Bender> karma - horsefaced: 1
[23:38:33] * Ethanol-fueled never messes with animals that can kick his ass.
[23:38:55] <arti> i see you haven't tangled with marines :P
[23:41:56] <Ethanol-fueled> There are plenty of wimpy marines.
[23:43:06] <Ethanol-fueled> Airforce and the Navy are the pussiest branches.
[23:43:15] <arti> yay for less running!
[23:44:06] <Ethanol-fueled> Marines are tough but ghetto.
[23:44:14] <Ethanol-fueled> Army have better toys.
[23:45:50] <arti> Ethanol-fueled: s/t/b/
[23:45:50] <sedctl> <arti> <Ethanol-fueled> Army have bebter toys.
[23:45:55] <arti> :(
[23:46:18] <arti> Ethanol-fueled: s/to/bo/
[23:46:18] <sedctl> <arti> <Ethanol-fueled> Army have better boys.
[23:46:22] <arti> :D
[23:46:37] <chromas> sedctl: s/tt/ib/
[23:46:38] <sedctl> <chromas> <sedctl> <arti> <Ethanol-fueled> Army have beiber boys.
[23:47:01] <Ethanol-fueled> Marines also have the coolest uniform. ANd no, not those silly dress blues that are on all the commercials. Their khaki service uniforms are pretty bitchin'
[23:47:11] <arti> i like the pink n tan?
[23:47:15] <arti> shit was classy
[23:47:15] <ciri> something that dogs find irresistible?
[23:47:57] <Ethanol-fueled> army and to a lesser extend Airforce uniforms are cool.
[23:48:11] <Ethanol-fueled> And finally, those monstrosities the NAVY calls uniforms.
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[23:48:53] <arti> if you become a dentist, you'll be able to announce spalls in your mouth~
[23:49:20] * arti loads the twinky gun
[23:49:25] <arti> prepare yourself
[23:49:32] * SpallsHurgenson is a radical anti-dentite
[23:49:49] <arti> they're just people who couldn't become real doctors
[23:50:06] <SpallsHurgenson> I thought that's podiatrists
[23:54:11] <chromas> pimple popper, md
[23:54:38] <chromas> the dermatologist
[23:54:50] <Ethanol-fueled> real medical doctors get to fondle your balls.
[23:55:07] <Ethanol-fueled> looking for "lumps"
[23:55:15] <arti> http://ak-hdl.buzzfed.com
[23:55:25] <chromas> michael jackson was an md
[23:57:16] <arti> allegedly
[23:57:27] <arti> ignorant
[23:59:55] NetCraft is now known as MrJefferson
[23:59:56] <MrJefferson> Climb the tree, climb the tree!