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Johnny
RT @k80betts: @withtimferguson have you seen this? Can't be sure but I thought it might appeal... Hope Brissy has been excellent. http://t.co/yns4W2P9lK
RT @k80betts: @withtimferguson have you seen this? Can't be sure but I thought it might appeal... Hope Brissy has been excellent. http://t.co/yns4W2P9lK
haha took me a second. then i snorted something out of my nose - Steve C Team Marina
Holly's favorite Anna
The Gross Secret Behind Star Trek's Old Costumes http://www.fastcodesign.com/3022935...
The Gross Secret Behind Star Trek's Old Costumes  http://www.fastcodesign.com/3022935/how-star-trek-killed-something-worse-than-klingons-spandex
In utopia I guess everyone is svelte. - Todd Hoff
In the future, they can make nutritious food taste delicious. No one ever gains too much weight because their nutritional needs are met and they aren't tempted to over-consume. - Holly's favorite Anna
And they walk everywhere - DJF from Android
Hm, the article got one thing grossly wrong: The Picard Maneuver had nothing to do with the Spandex jumpsuits. It came about once they went to the two-piece gabardine uniforms - Patrick Stewart would have to tug the top down so that it hung right whenever he stood up. Fail. - Hookuh Tinypants
I would like to see early season and later season pics side by side in an article such as this one. - Brian Johns
Hookuh, that's what I thought. - Holly's favorite Anna
*Trekkie fistbump* - Hookuh Tinypants
Holly's favorite Anna
Steve C Team Marina
Dear future in law, you might want to warn the future bride her future husband is a big ol' open mouth kisser. Lots of tongue. Even more drool. It's shocking not to get a kiss without coming away with your face dripping. And if your face isn't dripping your arm probably is because he missed.
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Consider this a public service announcement. - Steve C Team Marina
Haha. Good thing he's got a few years to practice. ;) - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
Just like his daddy - MoTO: Team Marina
True story ^ - Steve C Team Marina
Monique Judge
I got the Inbox app. Thank you everyone. @louisgray loves me.
I gave you that thing on day one, babbymamma. - Louis Gray
Heisenberg
This was the craziest season ever. Torture right down to the last strike. Glad we had #madbum on the mound! #sfgiants
Woooooooooo!!!! - Rodfather from Android
Jandy
"It’s not the end of the world that I took a credit card away from you." <— why do I feel like I’ll be repeating this in 15 years?
In 60 years it might be the other way around. :) - Wicked Bat Catcher from iPhone
Sarah G.
You guys, according to wiki, Issac, Doc, Gopher and the Captain served in NAM together. I NEED THIS TO BE A TV MOVIE.
Wait, wasn't that the A-Team back story? - Corinne L
I smell CROSSOVER EPISODE. - Sarah G.
Are you going down the cruising life rabbit hole? Look into the Disney cruises and the crap you have to put on your door. - sglassme from Android
I got "happy birthday" sung to me by a dozen indonesian waiters in a packed dining room. I can handle anything. - Sarah G.
Okay, I'm back. Disney Cruise people are fuckign weird. - Sarah G.
I bet smiley ate the happy birthday singing up. He do love him some public specticals. - sglassme
Corinne - I think it might have been the A-Team backstory. It was also basically the backdrop for Magnum PI - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Everyone in 1980s TV spent some time in Vietnam. Even Mrs. Garrett. - Sarah G.
So did Julia Child. Oh wait, no. She was in Sri Lanka and China. https://www.cia.gov/news-in... Yeah, but what if she actually *was* in Vietnam, but they're just not telling us. - bentley
Does this mean Mr. Rourke and Tattoo were in Nam? Holy shit, maybe Fantasy Island WAS Nam. This changes everything. - Corinne L
HE TASKS ME! HE TASKS ME, AND I SHALL HAVE HIM! - Big Joe Silence
Joe hits it out of the park - MoTO: Team Marina from Android
*giggle* - Big Joe Silence
Joe wins. (Montalban's Roarke has always been my favorite. I wish they had done more with the character.) - bentley
Heisenberg
My favorite NFL team this week—The Carolina Panthers.
My favorite NFL team this week - whoever is playing the Raiders. They are undefeated! - Louis Gray
How can you root against the Raiders and be an A's fan? Oakland should ban you from their stadium! :) - Heisenberg
I would also like the Eagles and the Bears to win tomorrow. - Heisenberg
Right now the New England Patriots are leading the Chicago Bears 48 to 15. Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes in the first half -- the fifth time he has done this -- which is an NFL record. - Sean McBride
[A Ridiculous First Half to End All Ridiculous First Halves http://www.boston.com/sports...] I'm glad I watched it. Current score: 51 to 23. - Sean McBride
Keep in mind, Cristo... when I grew up, the Raiders were in LA, and the 49ers were incredible. Easy choice. - Louis Gray
Sean, I don't always get what I want—it doesn't stop me from wanting it. Just like you, and the Singularity. :) - Heisenberg
Andy Bakun
RT @inthefade: "not suitable for protection against hazardous materials." Not suitable in general, tbh. http://t.co/acCmS1ffI2
RT @inthefade: "not suitable for protection against hazardous materials."  Not suitable in general, tbh. http://t.co/acCmS1ffI2
Not as good as the sexy Ebola librarian. - Joe
Jason Toney
RT @chicagosports: Jackie Robinson West stands by as Mo'ne Davis throws out the first pitch at the World Series (Getty photo) http://t.co/NQuggOYOIz
RT @chicagosports: Jackie Robinson West stands by as Mo'ne Davis throws out the first pitch at the World Series (Getty photo) http://t.co/NQuggOYOIz
Jason Toney
RT @sophiabiabia: "@CorkGaines: Mo'ne Davis with an absolute strike for the first pitch and she did it from the rubber. https://vine.co/v/OhQXlxml7QM" 🔥🔥🔥
RT @sophiabiabia: "@CorkGaines: Mo'ne Davis with an absolute strike for the first pitch and she did it from the rubber.  https://vine.co/v/OhQXlxml7QM" 🔥🔥🔥
Jason Toney
RT @timsullivan23: Damn it Pillsbury doughboy, stop giggling THOSE ARE YOUR FRIENDS IN THE OVEN
Heisenberg
RT @tfadell: Elated and relieved for you Alan! Alan Eustace Jumps From Stratosphere, Breaking World Record http://nyti.ms/1D7L3MV @markoff @NYTimes
RT @tfadell: Elated and relieved for you Alan! Alan Eustace Jumps From Stratosphere, Breaking World Record http://nyti.ms/1D7L3MV @markoff @NYTimes
I remember watching the Felix Baumgartner jump. Watching him climb up and up and up, and then the tumbling down... That was awesome. - bentley
Starmama
Jayden is a very young 16 10/12 year old. Since preschool he's been in special ed schools & classes. Many of his classes have been all boys, and he's never had a girl his age as a play cousin or friend. He was friendly w a few neighbor girls, over the years, but they quickly passed him up in their maturity so he didn't spend much time with them.
Whenever girls his age are around, I watch him & them just to get an idea of how he interacts w them, & what kind of impression he makes on the girls. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
I've noticed that girls notice Jayden. Even a girl in the store with her parents, will watch him, even if nobody is saying Hi to anybody. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
I taught him to speak if someone is staring at him, or if he finds himself staring. He has no problem greeting people he doesn't know, and people like that, so he gets lots of attention. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
But the teenage girl attention is unique. It's not "what nice manners" like we might think. They're probably thinking "I hope he talks to me I hope he doesn't talk to me Is he looking at me I wonder what school he goes to Is that his mom Is he looking at me" - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
They just don't know. If you can't talk Pokemon, or video games, or movie special effects...you might catch his eye, but not his conversation. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Bless <3 - Melly - #TeamMarina
Andrew C (✔)
RT @mrconnorobrien: You can't make this shit up. (That's an advert to the right). http://t.co/BjlAvfKRT9
RT @mrconnorobrien: You can't make this shit up. (That's an advert to the right). http://t.co/BjlAvfKRT9
Mahdi
Jason Toney
"I haven’t seen anything that isn’t pleasing or funny on that website." - Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader... http://tmblr.co/Z_nXay1Tm_uRN
Vampire Hunter DYSP
Texas’ Top Toxicologist: EPA’s New Smog Regulations Unnecessary, Just Stay Indoors http://thkpr.gs/3582548 via @climateprogress
Texas’ Top Toxicologist: EPA’s New Smog Regulations Unnecessary, Just Stay Indoors http://thkpr.gs/3582548 via @climateprogress
Holly's favorite Anna
"You know, I don't talk about it a lot, but I went through a pretty major muffin phase in college." http://screen.yahoo.com/molly-s...
"You know, I don't talk about it a lot, but I went through a pretty major muffin phase in college." http://screen.yahoo.com/molly-shannon-snl-skits/npr-delicious-dish-dusty-muffin-000000345.html
Micah
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"You want chicken wings or chicken legs?" - Melly - #TeamMarina
wInGs a11 teh wAy¡ - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
I'll just have the dry white toast. - Jennifer Dittrich from FFHound!
Much R.E.S.P.E.C.T. - Marie
And a Coke. - Melly - #TeamMarina
THINK!! - Xabaras (G.O.)
(lemme get my sax) - Xabaras (G.O.)
Definitivo - Federico Bolsoman
White meat please so no legs for me. - Steve C Team Marina
Andrew C (✔)
Big Pumpkin has total dominance over Big Root Veg and Big Brussels Sprouts.
laura x
I'm thinking of giving up on therapy and just watching Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood instead. #toddlerlife
he has a spin off show? - maʀtha
Lo
Lo
I'm officially transitioning from baker to pastry chef. It may seem an abstract difference, but I feel gratified and respected, and I like about the fact that there's a tinge of affirmative action in play. It's kinda crap that historically women belonged in the kitchen, but only men were good enough to go pro. Further good news in comments.
For the folks that follow my story, bless you kind souls, I talked to the executive chef (my direct boss) a bit more about my injury. Physical therapy is going well, but it's slow and I'm daunted by the job ahead. The restaurant opening got delayed another week, so that's good for me. Now I will get a week of training alone in the kitchen with EC. I can run through our opening dessert menu, and he'll work with me some on bread (by far my weak spot, I am lord of desserts but bread was always my husband's domain). If I can't keep up with the workload, they will hire an assistant for me... the most qualified other applicant for my job, an older man who specializes in bread. So that'll be incredibly helpful, and I gotta say it feels great that someone wants to hire me this bad. After my demoralizing experience losing my last job, I am very fortunate to have someone pursuing me when the thought of me pursuing a job was a bit overwhelming. Feeling grateful is the best, y'all. - Lo
It sounds like you landed in a very good situation. Congratulations! - bentley
That's fantastic! - Spidra Webster
I know the difference, & I'm impressed :-) - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
<3 - Heather
That's really great, Lo! - Jenny H. from Android
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RT @buckyisotope: My son just asked what erectile dysfunction is so I told him it's when your anaconda don't want none regardless of the presence of buns.
Excellent! I wonder what other medical conditions are best explained via the imagery of top 40 and colorful language of hip-hop. - Stephen Mack
Thrush - "when you've got 99 problems and an itch is one" - Pete : Team Marina
Acne- "my oozies weight a ton" - Pete : Team Marina
Ebola - "make it rain" - Stephen Mack
unexpected pregnancy -"in da club" - Pete : Team Marina
UTI- "firework" - Pete : Team Marina
haha - Stephen Mack
Andrew C (✔)
RT @awfulfantasy: "Gjord was pregnant like a woman. But instead of a baby, it was a plan. And instead of his tummy, it was gestating in his mind-womb."
Jessie
Some Fear Ebola Outbreak Could Make Nation Turn to Science - http://www.newyorker.com/humor...
Some Fear Ebola Outbreak Could Make Nation Turn to Science
"NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—There is a deep-seated fear among some Americans that an Ebola outbreak could make the country turn to science. In interviews conducted across the nation, leading anti-science activists expressed their concern that the American people, wracked with anxiety over the possible spread of the virus, might desperately look to science to save the day. “It’s a very human reaction,” said Harland Dorrinson, a prominent anti-science activist from Springfield, Missouri. “If you put them under enough stress, perfectly rational people will panic and start believing in science.”" - Jessie from Bookmarklet
"Additionally, he worries about a “slippery slope” situation, “in which a belief in science leads to a belief in math, which in turn fosters a dangerous dependence on facts.” At the end of the day, though, Dorrinson hopes that such a doomsday scenario will not come to pass. “Time and time again through history, Americans have been exposed to science and refused to accept it,” he said. “I pray that this time will be no different.”" - Jessie
Mary Carmen
Ebola situation is sorta kinda getting fucking scary.
I don't get it. Why are you scared? Of what? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Amen Mary! Stephen, it only takes one breach of protocol to harm many. - Janet from FFHound!
It's possible to be scared of something without it being a direct threat to you or your community. The idea that Ebola could devastate millions of people in West Africa so quickly is pretty frightening. - Johnny from iPhone
I'm pretty sure that ebola in the US won't spread at the same rate as in West Africa, but it was disturbing to see how quickly the whole "We're the US - we got this 100% covered" argument fell apart. - Brian Johns
On the other hand, what could possibly go wrong? We spend more money on healthcare than any other nation and that's led to a system with full coverage and perfect outcomes for all, regardless of social, racial, educational, or economic status. Right? Right??? On second thought, maybe we are boned. - Brian Johns
There is certainly a "over there" mentally going on in countries like the US and Australia. When the situation is looked at on a global scale, it's definitely a thing. Africa, Europe and Asia are all land linked. It's easy to sit here on my island and go "at least they'll catch them arriving by plane" but considering the incubation period is up to 21 days, an infected carrier could spread it to other parts of the African continent or Europe/Asia without stepping in an airport. - Johnny from iPhone
I'm scared of it now, because of the sheer idiocy of the hospital in TX. They exposed us to so much danger, they broke the seal of "American Health care will prevent Africa-like outbreaks". I'm stunned that the hospital *ignored* protocol for days (they didn't wear head protection, no goggles, no full facial protection!!!). And then the CDC, assuming they followed protocol, said the... more... - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
What's scary to me is not knowing if or how many people are moving about the US unknowingly contagious. There are few places in the USA untouched by global travel, so I figured it was only a matter of time before we saw it here. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
And going off what Rudi said, the protocol breach may not be that dangerous for Ebola but if something as serious as Ebola gets that lack of seriousness applied to it, what's the strength of other protocols for less deadly but more contagious diseases. - Johnny from iPhone
I just don't understand why a travel ban is not instituted. That could alleviate some of the problems. Also, the CDC just put out a warning to NYC that they should be on the alert for Ebola since they are a common port of entry for West Africans. - Mary Carmen
Here's one argument against the travel ban: http://blogs.cdc.gov/global... - Brian Johns
I'm not really convinced by that. I think the airport screenings are bullshit. Checking for a fever is not a guarantee and people may not show signs. If what the nurses' union is stating is true, then we are not doing everything we can to prevent more cases in the US. Either way, the gov't needs to get it's shit together. - Mary Carmen
Also, the house committee hearing today was redonk. - Mary Carmen
Working in imaging, usually step two of an ER visit- I cannot begin to tell you how many times Universal Precautions failed us. People are being triaged on a fast pace and tests ordered prior to results and waiting. At least three times a week we find we had a MRSA patient and we were unaware, hence no precautions. - Janet
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Johnny
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