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11-28-2012, 12:23 AM
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Maybe it's a dog in a cat suit.

You don't know the half of it.

I used to play fetch with him.

He dumps the garbage.

Begs for food.

He gobbles his food like a dog. (We had to put golf balls in his food dish to slow him down)

He drinks out of the toilet.

And he will come when he's called.

So a dog in a cat suit? Not a doubt in my mind.

Edit: Oh ya, and some how the little **** figured out if he flips the pizza box off the table sometimes it opens and pizza will fall out. Got the balls to do it when I'm 10ft away in the living room.


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The problem I have with it is they are making it a trilogy....They are going to have to exaggerate a lot of things to make it into 3 movies.
The Hobbit is going to be a trilogy?
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I bet on 7 things earlier. 5 of those games are over. I picked the right team 4/5 times. My biggest bet is the only one that lost

The other two games going on I picked the team that is currently winning, under 5 minutes left in each game.

Are we going to have to call an intervention for you?

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11-28-2012, 12:26 AM
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The Hobbit is going to be a trilogy?



Are we going to have to call an intervention for you?
I'm 99% sure yes.

No.

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11-28-2012, 12:27 AM
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I don't know about that, I think we do

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11-28-2012, 12:30 AM
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LMFAO, that sounds like a ****ing awesome cat.

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I don't know about that, I think we do
He's been doing a lot of gambling lately.






I dunno Grant I think there is a lot of story in the Hobbit. They could make it a trilogy and it would be closer to the book than the LoTR was.

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11-28-2012, 12:35 AM
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LMFAO, that sounds like a ****ing awesome cat.
BY far the coolest and strangest cat I've ever owned.

Orange with long hair.

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11-28-2012, 12:37 AM
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He's been doing a lot of gambling lately.






I dunno Grant I think there is a lot of story in the Hobbit. They could make it a trilogy and it would be closer to the book than the LoTR was.
Don't worry, I don't gamble real money, just fake. I've bought like 3 lotto tickets and that's it.


There is a lot of things they can tell, I'm just worried that they are all going to get really dragged out. I'm foreseeing that troll scene where Gandalf freezes them to take like 30 minutes haha.

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Don't worry, I don't gamble real money, just fake. I've bought like 3 lotto tickets and that's it.
Everyone starts somewhere, even if it's just some imaginary currency on some hockey board

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Don't worry, I don't gamble real money, just fake. I've bought like 3 lotto tickets and that's it.


There is a lot of things they can tell, I'm just worried that they are all going to get really dragged out. I'm foreseeing that troll scene where Gandalf freezes them to take like 30 minutes haha.
Was it gandalf or the sunrise? I only read it twice maybe and it was years ago.

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11-28-2012, 12:41 AM
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Well.. bibme.org is being a ***** to me so can anyone help me with putting this stuff to source it?
entering into bibme.org, go to website, and put in the http spot: http://www.cbc.ca/news/dday/ and then make sure it has all the stuff of this below, and then Press under Add Annotiation and to the right it'll show it, and press Chicago, and then Copy paste?

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Everyone starts somewhere, even if it's just some imaginary currency on some hockey board
But I've been doing stuff like pokerstars for years now and I still only do fake money, I think I'm good. Just don't let me anywhere near a casino.

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Was it gandalf or the sunrise? I only read it twice maybe and it was years ago.
Oh right! Was it Gandalf distracting them maybe so they stayed up until sunrise? Now I'm leaning towards it was just Bilbo who distracted them and sunrise froze them.

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Everyone starts somewhere, even if it's just some imaginary currency on some hockey board
There is some truth to that. Not much like the rush from a gambling win. But in the end whatever the rush comes from you just end up chasing the dragon.

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Yeah Grant, figure it out you gambling addict.

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But I've been doing stuff like pokerstars for years now and I still only do fake money, I think I'm good. Just don't let me anywhere near a casino.



Oh right! Was it Gandalf distracting them maybe so they stayed up until sunrise? Now I'm leaning towards it was just Bilbo who distracted them and sunrise froze them.
Wasn't it Bilbo? I can't remember.

I do think they need to take some time make a big deal out Bilbo finding the ring and the introduction of smeegul/gollum.

One movie could almost be 1/2 Biblo alone in the mine and 1/2 the others fightin through.

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11-28-2012, 12:48 AM
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Well.. bibme.org is being a ***** to me so can anyone help me with putting this stuff to source it?
entering into bibme.org, go to website, and put in the http spot: http://www.cbc.ca/news/dday/ and then make sure it has all the stuff of this below, and then Press under Add Annotiation and to the right it'll show it, and press Chicago, and then Copy paste?

*Website URL: http://www.cbc.ca/news/dday/

*Page Title: CBC News - Indepth Backgrounder: D-Day

*Web Site Title: CBC.ca

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Please help a fellow procrastinater.
"CBC News - Indepth Backgrounder: D-Day." CBC.ca. N.p., 5 June 2003. Web. 27 Nov. 2012. < http://www.cbc.ca/news/dday/>.

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Yeah Grant, figure it out you gambling addict.
I'm not going to listen to a 50 vCash person...

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Wasn't it Bilbo? I can't remember.

I do think they need to take some time make a big deal out Bilbo finding the ring and the introduction of smeegul/gollum.

One movie could almost be 1/2 Biblo alone in the mine and 1/2 the others fightin through.
I'm just worried that the movie is going to drag on. I'm going to see it regardless though. Great book, maybe I should read it again to refresh myself on what SHOULD happen in the movie to compare.

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Well.. bibme.org is being a ***** to me so can anyone help me with putting this stuff to source it?
entering into bibme.org, go to website, and put in the http spot: http://www.cbc.ca/news/dday/ and then make sure it has all the stuff of this below, and then Press under Add Annotiation and to the right it'll show it, and press Chicago, and then Copy paste?

*Website URL: http://www.cbc.ca/news/dday/

*Page Title: CBC News - Indepth Backgrounder: D-Day

*Web Site Title: CBC.ca

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Date Created: 06 05 2003

Date Accessed: 11 27 2012


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YOu want a what?

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"CBC News - Indepth Backgrounder: D-Day." CBC.ca. N.p., 5 June 2003. Web. 27 Nov. 2012. < http://www.cbc.ca/news/dday/>.
Thank you so much. It kept just freezing when I tried to source that one.

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Its a sourcing site. Helps so much, especially when cramming.

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11-28-2012, 12:53 AM
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Thank you so much. It kept just freezing when I tried to source that one.
No problem, figured I was the one to have to do it since I know Charlio wouldn't be any help

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No problem, figured I was the one to have to do it since I know Charlio wouldn't be any help
That's right. Keep the expectations low.

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That's right. Keep the expectations low.
You're an old man after all.

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You're an old man after all.
Should I be singing that to the tune of "it's a small world after all?"



Trust me. KIDS LISTEN UP.

Sometimes playing dumb will save your butt.

People are always willing to believe you're stupid. I got 3/4 of the people in here thinking I'm a drooling idiot.

Never be afraid to tell your girl she does something better than you do. This way you get her to do it more often.

*If you do something bad enough the first time you won't be asked to do it again.

getting your wife to believe you can't set an alarm clock, means you don't worry about the clocks in the house. I'm talkin Micro wave, TV, DVD, Alram, Car everthing.

Hard part is trying not to cook better. It's bound to happen so my advice is teach her how to cook. Then tell her you like her's better than your own.

This old man got a trick or two...

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Cooking part is easy. Just burn everything on your 1st try.

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Cooking part is easy. Just burn everything on your 1st try.
No no no.

If you do that you'll be eating take out for ever.

YOu cook somehting amazing. When she tells you how good it is, you tell her you will show her how to make it.

Then spend an afternoon together teaching her how to cook your favorite dish. If it is a roast or something that goes in the over all the better.
Although you might have to find something to do for an hour or 2.

Then tell her she did good so she'll want to keep doing it.

Think of the big picture. You're gonna be with this girl for a long time. She is gonna have to cook. She might as well cook stuff you like, the way you like.


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Cooking part is easy. Just burn everything on your 1st try.
1st try is stuff like laundry, vaccumming, dusting, washroom, etc.

Hand her back one of her, not favorite, but nice white shirts dyed a lovely pink or grey and you won't be allowed near the washing machine again.

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