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Laid Back Lounge / Re: Reasons to be cheerful!
« Last post by Bad Penny II on Today at 10:51:40 AM »
Arrived at home with the new car last night.


It's looking at me funny.
I don't think it likes me.
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Laid Back Lounge / Re: What's on your mind today?
« Last post by Bad Penny II on Today at 10:47:36 AM »
Well it's night now but this morning, busy getting ready for work and on the radio as usual Trump's latest.

The segment gets introduced, it's about trumps sexually abusive practices pre election.
A woman comes on and I think she's Trump's spokesperson and she says these supportive things of woman making claims.
Well ye that's cool, the normal slippery politician does that and then says but in this case they are mistaken or something.
But she was actually talking for the woman making the complaints.
Woman 2 comes on, she's Trump's one.  Trump won the election so any wrongs he had done previously were irrelevant, all accusations are proven false by his minority vote.

Of course I know if you have a disagreement you can challenge your opponent to combat and god will decide who is right.
Ye and Popes can do stuff.
I never knew US elections worked in this way.
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Laid Back Lounge / Re: Reasons to be cheerful!
« Last post by BooksCatsEtc on Today at 10:27:12 AM »
^^^  It is a beauty.
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Laid Back Lounge / Re: Reasons to be cheerful!
« Last post by Guardian85 on Today at 10:20:30 AM »
Arrived at home with the new car last night. After having driven it some (600km), I like.
Having just stood back and looked at it, I love!


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Laid Back Lounge / Re: Posts: 12005
« Last post by Bad Penny II on Today at 10:11:01 AM »
If anyone else just kept getting more and more brilliant, making me relatively more and more dull, I'd resent it.
But since Phinx promised she'd fix my brain back in 2014, if she got her own lab and stuff, I'm a true supporter.

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At least the syllabus points are pretty basic though:

Neurons and glial cells;
Neuroanatomy;
Resting potential;
Action potential;
Synaptic transmission;
Neurotransmitter systems;
Mental Disorders.

Ye, pretty basic (nods *bull shitingly.)


* No I'm not going to explain what that means, Shakespeare never lowered himself to do so, so why should I?
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Media / Re: Walking Dead II
« Last post by Bad Penny II on Today at 09:52:49 AM »
OK so we cant just have a bulldozer go through town making that lovely Cat sound, attracting all the zombies, leading them to a park and then squashing, because reasons.

We cant have a half dozen of these sad remnants make a portable square of fencing, (the jail fence seemed to keep 'em out.)
They could stick a couple of pipes through it for carry handles, spears or pipes for deadering (1), you've got yourself a phalanx.


Does anyone outfit themselves in motor cycle attire, the full face helmet, boots and clothing designed to survive high speed bitumen slides?
OK I'll test this myself, my wife says she gets to be zombie but I'm sure it's my turn but what's the use of arguing?

Sadly the biker outfit didn't work, some areas are made to withstand contact, inner thigh not so much.
Of course she attacked with zeal, knowing where the best biting was to be had.
God help us if she every truly turns zombie full time.

Anyway I still think they're all pretty dumb, does the disease select for stupid?
What happened to the Robinson Crusoe spirit of building stuff? grumble grumble...

(1) deadering: to make deader.
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Laid Back Lounge / Re: Posts: 12005
« Last post by OldGit on Today at 09:37:24 AM »
Many congratulations, Fernanda!  I don't know where we'd be without you.
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Miscellaneous / The Unsung Hero of Heart Surgery
« Last post by Dave on Today at 09:09:09 AM »
I find it difficult to find words to describe my feelings regarding this story of racial bias. It's quite a short account, just listen.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3csvty1
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Ask HAF / Re: I Need Help From All You Native Speakers Once Again
« Last post by Bad Penny II on Today at 09:08:43 AM »
Rec must be older than I thought if he recognizes the colloquial term "petting"

Na, it's in the song.

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Touch-A, Touch-A, Touch Me

I was feeling done in, couldn't win
I'd only ever kissed before (you mean she?) (uh-huh)
I thought there's no use getting into heavy petting
It only leads to trouble and seat-wetting
Now all I want to know is how to go
I've tasted blood and I want more (more, more, more)
I'll put up no resistance, I want to stay the distance
I've got an itch to scratch, I need assistance
Touch-a touch-a touch-a touch me, I wanna be dirty
Thrill me, chill me, fulfil me
Creature of the night
Then if anything grows while you pose
I'll oil you up and rub you down (down, down, down)
And that's just one small fraction of the main attraction
You need a friendly hand and I need action
Touch-a touch-a touch-a touch me, I wanna be dirty
Thrill me,…

If people didn't know what petting was what would they think "heavy petting" is?
Anyway what a person does with a consenting Labrador is no concern of mine.


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