EPAF wrote:Would that be an invisibility robe by any chance?
If so, I hope you're not planning anything sneaky and perverted. *gives James the half-evil-eye*
But anyway, I just hate it when an internet connection fails for a few weeks. When mine got fixed though, I was glad that it was back up at full 1.3mb speed. A short while later, it always slows down to about half the speed of dial-up (27k).
I wanted so badly to switch my ISP, or fix the one I've got, but HSXL actually gave me the solution in an email (which I had to read at school). The solution is quite simple.
All you really have to do is unplug the net connection cord and put it back in again. What a concept.
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I'm gonna go play KH II now. :]
BRMBug wrote:I got upholstery cleaning foam in my eye. Son of a bitch stings man!
I demand to know the rest of this story!
One of my retro prized posessions is an old 1995 Brick-sized Video Camera that even after 12 years, still has the ability to not only function properly, but it also surprises me at how bloody heavy it is.
Oooooo, me loves der' Retroness!
crazyQH wrote:Ok EPAF, I'm officially granting you the title of having the best dream ever.
Except I f*cked up a question on the written response that was bio-related because I forgot was plasmolysis was ;__; And I'm freaking out over my mark going down drastically on that because I neeeed an AMAZING mark on this to try to get an 80-average in science 10 and--
iceiwynd wrote:ohman, I just finished my science final a little more than an hour ago. Now I can be giddy that I'm done with bio and chemistry forever.
I hear you. Biology wasn't so bad, but I couldn't stand chemistry in high school. Thankfully, I wheedled my way out of taking physics since we had the option of taking earth science instead.
For now, I'm pretty much done with any real science classes, aside from some odd courses for area studies. There was a reason why I picked two majors that have nothing to do with math or science.
Actually that's the second portable CD player I had. The first one was a factory refurbished Optimus one from Radio Shack that I got around... '92? They were having a big blow-out of stuff, and I... well rather my parents bought it for me for $40, and it was originally $120. It was one of those early ones without the skip protection, and it also took 6 AA batteries. I forget what stopped working on it, but I was floored when I got that new one, and it not only had ESP, Mega Bass, and a lit display, but only ran on 2 AAs, and had built in circuitry that could detect a rechargeable battery.
It's also the best sounding player of all the ones I've ever had.
Oh and Pan's Labyrinth is amazing.
kimmyfouge6 wrote: I hear you. Biology wasn't so bad, but I couldn't stand chemistry in high school. Thankfully, I wheedled my way out of taking physics since we had the option of taking earth science instead.
See...I wish I could have had that option. I signed up for earth science but nobody else did so I was stuck taking Physics. Chemistry was not my friend either. I hated memorizing the Periodic Table of elements and all that crap. In retrospect, I kind of wish I had paid more attention, but Anatomy and Physiology was way more fun for me.
kimmyfouge6 wrote:swellman7 wrote:I edit wikipedia.
"I memorized Holy Grail really well, I can recite it right now and have you ROTFLOL..."
Sorry, I couldn't resist.
haha! I love that song. In fact, I love that entire CD. If you thought South Park's satire of Trapped in the Closet was funny you should definitely hear Weird Al's version. It's great. Unless of course you already have it, in which case I'm speaking to the general public.
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