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06-12-2013, 11:33 AM
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Make him pay. Give him a razorblade and tell him to scrape the dirt out of every single crack he can find, anywhere. For the next 40 hours.
I wish. I'd probably get yelled at for it. How ridiculous though?

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I'm doing a mentoring program at work. One of my buddies just told me that the intern I got paired up with was talking some trash, saying "he got paired up with the weirdest dude ever." I've had minimal interaction with the intern for him to make such a bold statement. What a ****ing *******.
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Thinking of making the switch to FiOS, how many games per season would you guys imagine are on The Comcast Network?

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Thinking of making the switch to FiOS, how many games per season would you guys imagine are on The Comcast Network?
I don't think too many. I can't remember a whole lot being on there last year. With a full season I would say 10 max.

I would honestly make the switch to Verizon too if the idiots working at Comcast weren't so easy to swindle for tv packages.

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I don't mean to brag, but the letter from the bank today said that I have officially paid off my mortgage. Grape nehis for everyone, Chris!

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This is random, but can anyone check whether the hockeystreams website opens up for them? I get two different answers from those "is it only down for me" websites, so I'm not sure whether it's something on my part.

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06-15-2013, 02:57 AM
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I don't mean to brag, but the letter from the bank today said that I have officially paid off my mortgage. Grape nehis for everyone, Chris!
That's got to feel great. Congrats!

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06-15-2013, 12:53 PM
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That's got to feel great. Congrats!
Thanks. Of course, the closing of the mortgage is contingent on having the document notarized, so we'll have to pay (I'm guessing) a few hundred dollars for someone to read a few papers for 5 minutes and rubber-stamp it.

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This is random, but can anyone check whether the hockeystreams website opens up for them? I get two different answers from those "is it only down for me" websites, so I'm not sure whether it's something on my part.
Works for me, speaking of. Time to watch all of game 1 that I missed.

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Thanks. Of course, the closing of the mortgage is contingent on having the document notarized, so we'll have to pay (I'm guessing) a few hundred dollars for someone to read a few papers for 5 minutes and rubber-stamp it.
Damn I had no idea a notary was that expensive. I always thought you paid about $40 (US) for a few page document.

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Has anyone ever dealt with getting a dog (I have a year old lab) in and out of a coupe? Looking at getting one but have no idea if it'll work or not. Can't exactly ask the dealer to let me see first, at least I don't think they would let me.

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Damn I had no idea a notary was that expensive. I always thought you paid about $40 (US) for a few page document.
My wife checked it out today. Notary cost is between $600 and $1000 to get this document researched and done; however, we only need it if we were going to sell the house. So we're going to wait, obviously.

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06-17-2013, 11:36 PM
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I don't mean to brag, but the letter from the bank today said that I have officially paid off my mortgage. Grape nehis for everyone, Chris!
So...wanna pay my mortage? I'm sure you'll miss it soon. I'm just trying to help you with that.

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So...wanna pay my mortage? I'm sure you'll miss it soon. I'm just trying to help you with that.
Well, it would clear some closet space getting these big cartoon bags of money out. Let me put it to my wife and then duck into the fetal position.

Actually, I'm thinking of converting it all to nickels and pulling a Scrooge McDuck in the playroom.

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06-18-2013, 12:03 AM
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Well, it would clear some closet space getting these big cartoon bags of money out. Let me put it to my wife and then duck into the fetal position.

Actually, I'm thinking of converting it all to nickels and pulling a Scrooge McDuck in the playroom.
You might want to look into the fluid dynamics of metal coins. It might be more unsatisfying than expected.

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If you had to swim in something that was not water, what would it be? I think I'd swim in vanilla pudding.

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If you had to swim in something that was not water, what would it be? I think I'd swim in vanilla pudding.
A room full of pillows. I think Shaq has one.

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If you had to swim in something that was not water, what would it be? I think I'd swim in vanilla pudding.

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If you had to swim in something that was not water, what would it be? I think I'd swim in vanilla pudding.
This is why your coworker thinks you're weird

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Thank you for posting this, CF88. See, Beef, how can planning a lifestyle after a Disney character possibly go wrong?

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If you had to swim in something that was not water, what would it be? I think I'd swim in vanilla pudding.
Warm milk and Bailey's?

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This is why your coworker thinks you're weird
I am weird, I just didn't appreciate him telling others I'm weird and ruining the surprise.

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