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maurvir posted:
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left off the penny
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Yeah, it should have gone where that little cheese wedge is.
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Nice idea, looks like it requires even more space to pull off though.
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There's one of those Double Diamond things in Lexington, and I avoid it in any way possible!
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Kirk posted:
Nice idea, looks like it requires even more space to pull off though.


Texas. They aren't hurting for space.
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Iron was cutting edge tech at one time.
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Kirk posted:
why?

It's not part of my regular route, and since I only get up to Lexington 4-5 times a year, it still confuses me a bit. (it's only been there a couple of years) But I'm more frightened of the other drivers making a mistake than I am of making one myself. Being on the wrong side of the road is disorienting.
ok thanks. I wondered if it was personal issues or perhaps a poorly marked intersection or something else.
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maurvir posted:
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We have one just north of my roastery, it makes a lot of sense.
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Kirk posted:
Iron was cutting edge tech at one time.


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dv posted:


But she's young, "disruptive", and wears a black turtleneck!

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the floor is lava

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Hah, though I think I'd be less than happy with that behavior in such a nice house.
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Lizzie used to do that. Then she got old and lazy.

But when she doesn't want to be around Frankie, she'll "go vertical."

Damn Frankie is getting on top of the kitchen cabinets now though...
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maurvir posted:
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They did that human waste on the way to my previous job. Coming from the green arrow I used to be able to travel straight through the intersection and turn right to a coffee shop or grocery store. Now I would have to go right and make a left on the crossing street that's absurdly crowded in the morning.
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lol

i remember how fancy they used to make those blank cassette inserts
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I always get a kick out of fighting your way through a large room in order to get to a staircase, up the stairs, fight your way through another large room, to an elevator, repeat. Who the fiddlesticks designs these buildings? Multiple staircases, multiple elevators... the cost must have been enormous.
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"Hikers on Caribbean island of Montserrat find ancient stone carvings":

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They had been spotted by these hikers this past January but researchers have spent the intervening time to confirm their age and to link them to other pre-Columbian New World cultures (possibly Arawak which had spread across much of the Caribbean from South America). A preliminary estimate is that these carvings are between 1000 and 1500 years old.
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"Hikers on Caribbean island of Montserrat find ancient stone carvings":

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They had been spotted by these hikers this past January but researchers have spent the intervening time to confirm their age and to link them to other pre-Columbian New World cultures (possibly Arawak which had spread across much of the Caribbean from South America). A preliminary estimate is that these carvings are between 1000 and 1500 years old.


a lot of people forget that the caribbean had a lot of indigenous people ... the arawak, the caribs, all gone now

family lore tells that my great-great grandmother was one of the last full-blooded caribs
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