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07-29-2012, 02:26 PM
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Yeah, I don't think MM got that reference.
Methinks MM is too "cultured" for us types.

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Yeah, I don't think MM got that reference.
yeah nope certainly didn't

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Methinks MM is too "cultured" for us types.
Oh I'm far from cultured lol.

I'm guessing it was a south park reference. I haven't watching south park in YEARS.

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I got engaged today!
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My sources indicate that the cup was spotted at the Wegmans in Ithaca yesterday:




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My sources indicate that the cup was spotted at the Wegmans in Ithaca yesterday:



I'm glad that Dustin stayed true to his roots and brought it to Wegmans. I actually know people who had an engagement party at a Wegmans. That store is just good vibes all around.

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07-29-2012, 06:33 PM
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Well, have you tried to play them through XMB (the main PS3 menu)?
If they play there, they're not protected.

I tried searching for more information and didn't come up with much, but I did see someone claim that m4a doesn't work in NHL 12.
I ripped an album to m4a myself though and it worked just fine, so that's wrong.
I've never purchased a song from iTunes, so I unfortunately can't see if that's the issue.

If it continues to be a problem, I guess you could just convert the songs to mp3 as previously suggested.
It's usually something you never want to do, but if you don't have the original source it's your only option.
To do that, go to Preferences in iTunes > General > Import Settings and choose "MP3 Encoder" and "Higher Quality (192 kbps)".
You could also do "Custom" and choose 320 kbps, I guess.
After OKing all of that, just right click the songs you want and choose "Create MP3 Version".
I think they'll end up in your iTunes folder along with the rest of your music.
Works perfect. Sabres are coming out to Collective Soul's Heavy and Bush's Machinehead when they score. Thanks, jfb. Much appreciated.

For all: iTunes imports songs in AAV format as the default, no? Thanks in advance.

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Everyone moved out of the apartment complex and is gone. Who am I supposed to drink with now? I'm too young to start drinking by myself and become an alcoholic.

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Productive weekend. The death march to the new house continues.

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My sources indicate that the cup was spotted at the Wegmans in Ithaca yesterday:




awesome. I worked at that very same wegman's one summer stocking shelves. The best was around august when all the college students came back.

The eye candy was....well, plentiful.

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07-30-2012, 08:52 AM
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Productive weekend. The death march to the new house continues.


My weekend was.....ugh. I enjoyed a nice relaxing Saturday full of ladder points, but spent the entire day Sunday moving into my new apartment. By the time the dust had settled it was time to go to sleep, and wake up to work 9-9 today

This does remind me I need to call National Fuel and get the gas turned on, the girls won't appreciate the lack of a hot shower this morning.

Also, I just watched Zoolander last night for the first time in awhile, highly recommend that movie, it's hilarious.

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I can't recommend Zoolander, but Clock & I watched 21 Jump Street this weekend.

It was surprisingly funny. Scored 85% on rotten tomatoes too.

I lol'd a lot. And for the first time, I get the hub bub over Channing Tatum.

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Moving blows.

We've moved seven times since 2000 (military). You always get the option to accept a military-paid moving company, or do it yourself and get paid. Usually, the payment for do it yourself is pretty hefty and the moving family ends up spending way less on moving trucks/vans.

So we tried one of those times. Never again. I'll gladly have the military pay for a team of movers.

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I can't recommend Zoolander, but Clock & I watched 21 Jump Street this weekend.

It was surprisingly funny. Scored 85% on rotten tomatoes too.

I lol'd a lot. And for the first time, I get the hub bub over Channing Tatum.
I haven't watched the whole thing yet, but praying to Korean Jesus was pretty freaking funny

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I can't recommend Zoolander, but Clock & I watched 21 Jump Street this weekend.

It was surprisingly funny. Scored 85% on rotten tomatoes too.

I lol'd a lot. And for the first time, I get the hub bub over Channing Tatum.
Yeah it was decent. Ice Cube was the best part of the movie IMO. And they really made me want to punch that stupid drug dealing kid. The way he talked just annoyed the hell out of me.

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07-30-2012, 10:20 AM
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Moving blows.

We've moved seven times since 2000 (military). You always get the option to accept a military-paid moving company, or do it yourself and get paid. Usually, the payment for do it yourself is pretty hefty and the moving family ends up spending way less on moving trucks/vans.

So we tried one of those times. Never again. I'll gladly have the military pay for a team of movers.
Yeah, you said it. We're going to be using PODS, which I'm hoping will take a lot of edge off since we can pack them up at our own pace instead of it being a giant race to move an entire house in a day. At this point, though, I'm just ready to start DOING IT so that it's on its way to being DONE. Blah.

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07-30-2012, 10:23 AM
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Moving blows.

We've moved seven times since 2000 (military). You always get the option to accept a military-paid moving company, or do it yourself and get paid. Usually, the payment for do it yourself is pretty hefty and the moving family ends up spending way less on moving trucks/vans.

So we tried one of those times. Never again. I'll gladly have the military pay for a team of movers.
Yup, I would imagine whatever it is, it's totally worth it.

I had to drive my stepfather's PoS dodge ram truck from Blasdell to North Buffalo twice, that thing is a death trap. It's got like 150k miles, the power steering is wonky, the engine "clicks" almost like some of the cylinders are mis-firing.

And the worst part was, all we had was this ratchet strap set I'd never seen before. My (now ex) roommate helped me with it, but somehow managed to not secure the actual main ratchet, which as I was going up route 5 managed to slide off the bed (oh, and the even fun driving with the gate down) and drag on the ground behind me.

Thankfully somebody pulled up beside me and looked at my weird, so I pulled over RIGHT before the sky way and then monkeyed with it for like 30 mins. Eventually I managed to get everything secure, but I had to lay a twelve pack of pop on the strap to secure it. Not to mention, there was barely a shoulder there I was almost standing in the right lane as cars are whizzing past me.

It actually managed to hold up until my other stepfather could come over and actually work the damn thing for my second load. We still had to stop 3 times to make adjustments, but it's much less nerve-wracking when somebody is following you.

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07-30-2012, 10:26 AM
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07-30-2012, 10:27 AM
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My first time moving, ever, was when I was 23. Then I moved at 24 as well. Then 25. Then 26.

Luckily at 26 was my house and I don't plan to move again. And if I do, movers.

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Moving blows.

We've moved seven times since 2000 (military). You always get the option to accept a military-paid moving company, or do it yourself and get paid. Usually, the payment for do it yourself is pretty hefty and the moving family ends up spending way less on moving trucks/vans.

So we tried one of those times. Never again. I'll gladly have the military pay for a team of movers.
That's why I mentioned when BGM asked about moving advice -- get movers. I've helped people move, probably a couple dozen times for friends and family. I've moved myself twice across country and four or five times around town. The time we moved from our last apartment into our current house, we hired movers and it was the best. It left the wife and I able to unpack and arrange relatively stress-free while someone else brought our stuff.

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That's why I mentioned when BGM asked about moving advice -- get movers. I've helped people move, probably a couple dozen times for friends and family. I've moved myself twice across country and four or five times around town. The time we moved from our last apartment into our current house, we hired movers and it was the best. It left the wife and I able to unpack and arrange relatively stress-free while someone else brought our stuff.
How expensive is it? Let's say I have enough stuff to fill a 14" Uhaul truck, any idea?

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How expensive is it? Let's say I have enough stuff to fill a 14" Uhaul truck, any idea?
Movers are like 90 bucks per hour for two or three of them.

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Yeah, you said it. We're going to be using PODS, which I'm hoping will take a lot of edge off since we can pack them up at our own pace instead of it being a giant race to move an entire house in a day. At this point, though, I'm just ready to start DOING IT so that it's on its way to being DONE. Blah.
Friends in our neighborhood just used them and it went great.

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