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Post by tGreenWay on Wed Mar 21, 2018 3:34 pm

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tGreenWay wrote:Saw that the Tigers have two home games where you can bring your dog. Thinking of surprising Mrs. GW with tickets. She’d go crazy having the pup there.

Also, we’re taking some staff for a few hours of hanging out with the penguins at the Detroit Zoo. We’re all going to stink like briny dead fish, but it will be so worth it. Can’t wait for that day.

Don't spoil your staff, once they've had lemonade with you it's difficult to get them to work again.

It’s much too late to stop spoiling them, and we wouldn’t want to. They're worth every single penny. It takes a long time to find the right people. These are smart, hard-working, fun and funny individuals all dedicated to succeeding. They know they’ll be rewarded way more than almost all others in similar positions. It’s not the google campus, but it’s a good place to have a career.

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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on Wed Mar 21, 2018 3:50 pm

The new penguinarium (or global warming propaganda exhibit, as my debbie downer friend calls it) is completely enclosed and no longer smells like briny fish. It's a cool exhibit.

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Post by Floyd Robertson on Wed Mar 21, 2018 4:17 pm

WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:The new penguinarium (or global warming propaganda exhibit, as my debbie downer friend calls it) is completely enclosed and no longer smells like briny fish. It's a cool exhibit.

A long time ago I used to work for Polk's family business. Stephen is a good guy. He actually went to school as some kind of biologist (maybe it was marine, I can't remember). He had no intention of ever going into the family business until his brother vanished off the face of the earth in 1984 or so. Ralph IV was out in some small boat off Grand Traverse or thereabouts with only his dog. They found the boat and the dog, but never found his body.
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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on Wed Mar 21, 2018 4:19 pm

I want to go to the zoo now, thanks Greenway. Them's some good memories of hanging with my little shits the past few summers.

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Post by Dendrobates on Wed Mar 21, 2018 4:21 pm

tGreenWay wrote:Saw that the Tigers have two home games where you can bring your dog. Thinking of surprising Mrs. GW with tickets. She’d go crazy having the pup there.

Also, we’re taking some staff for a few hours of hanging out with the penguins at the Detroit Zoo. We’re all going to stink like briny dead fish, but it will be so worth it. Can’t wait for that day.

I remember looking this up last year to bring my dog. Just know when they go on sale, they sell out fast. I missed out on it. And they make you submit all your dogs updated shots several days beforehand. Otherwise your dog can’t come.
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Post by Senior Dickfist on Wed Mar 21, 2018 6:57 pm

Travis, you fucker! I kept trying to login in using Dickfest as my name. I was brainwashed in your pit!
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Post by Nordic on Wed Mar 21, 2018 7:25 pm

Wife almost burned the house down cooking some salmon tonight. Fire alarm that I have never heard in the 15 years we've lived here goes off. And it's loud. Go to the kitchen and see whats going on and the wife is in a cloud of smoke. The fire alarm is at the top of a wall over an open staircase. No easy way to get to it. 12' no matter what angle to attack from.

My first thought is knocking it down and removing the battery. Then I realize what a pain in the ass it will be getting it back up... that is assuming I don't fall down the staircase breaking my neck first.

Plan B is to find the leaf optimist and clear the smoke away from the detector. After several minutes trying to find it, I give it a blow. I don't think I need to tell you how that went.

Back to plan A and finding a long pole. I knock it off the wall and down the stairs and it is still going off. No battery. It is somehow hard wired to and trips the 30+ year old security system that I've never used. Sound is coming out of a speaker in the wall above the now missing detector. Crack open the security panel and it is all wires and no buttons or knobs. I failed McGyver school so down to fuse box I go. Of course there is no curcuit named "securty system". I start flipping switches till I get to the right one.

TL;DR If you ever break into my house flip the fuse switch labeled "Bedroom 2".
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Post by Floyd Robertson on Wed Mar 21, 2018 7:28 pm

Nordic wrote:Wife almost burned the house down cooking some salmon tonight. Fire alarm that I have never heard in the 15 years we've lived here goes off. And it's loud. Go to the kitchen and see whats going on and the wife is in a cloud of smoke. The fire alarm is at the top of the ceiling over an open staircase. No easy way to get to it.

My first thought is knocking it down and removing the battery. Then I realize what a pain in the ass it will be getting it back up... that is assuming I don't fall down the staircase breaking my neck first.

Plan B is to find the leaf optimist and clear the smoke. away from the detector. After several minutes trying to find it, I give it a blow. I don't think I need to tell you how that went.

Back to plan A and find a long pole. I knock it off the wall and down the stairs and it is still going off. No battery. It is somehow hard wired to and trippes the 30+ year old security system that I've never used. Sound is coming out of a speaker in the wall above the now missing detector. Crack open the security panel and it is all wires and no buttons or knobs. I failes McGyver school so down to fuse box I go. Of course there is no curcuit named "securty system". I just start flipping switches till I get to the right one.

TL;DR If you ever break into my house flip the fuse switch labeled "Bedroom 2".



Sorry, man.
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Post by CORNER BLITZ on Wed Mar 21, 2018 7:33 pm

the leaf optimist
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Post by tGreenWay on Wed Mar 21, 2018 7:44 pm

Nordic wrote:Wife almost burned the house down cooking some salmon tonight. Fire alarm that I have never heard in the 15 years we've lived here goes off. And it's loud. Go to the kitchen and see whats going on and the wife is in a cloud of smoke. The fire alarm is at the top of a wall over an open staircase. No easy way to get to it. 12' no matter what angle to attack from.

My first thought is knocking it down and removing the battery. Then I realize what a pain in the ass it will be getting it back up... that is assuming I don't fall down the staircase breaking my neck first.

Plan B is to find the leaf optimist and clear the smoke away from the detector. After several minutes trying to find it, I give it a blow. I don't think I need to tell you how that went.

Back to plan A and finding a long pole. I knock it off the wall and down the stairs and it is still going off. No battery. It is somehow hard wired to and trips the 30+ year old security system that I've never used. Sound is coming out of a speaker in the wall above the now missing detector. Crack open the security panel and it is all wires and no buttons or knobs. I failed McGyver school so down to fuse box I go. Of course there is no curcuit named "securty system". I start flipping switches till I get to the right one.

TL;DR If you ever break into my house flip the fuse switch labeled "Bedroom 2".


How was your salmon?

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Post by tGreenWay on Wed Mar 21, 2018 7:46 pm

CORNER BLITZ wrote:the leaf optimist

First time I saw that term, I spent several minutes on google trying to figure out what the hell was being talked about. I might have even asked on here. Once it finally dawned on me, I cursed the days Blanch, Heat, and SRC were born.

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Post by DWags on Wed Mar 21, 2018 8:16 pm

tGreenWay wrote:
Nordic wrote:Wife almost burned the house down cooking some salmon tonight. Fire alarm that I have never heard in the 15 years we've lived here goes off. And it's loud. Go to the kitchen and see whats going on and the wife is in a cloud of smoke. The fire alarm is at the top of a wall over an open staircase. No easy way to get to it. 12' no matter what angle to attack from.

My first thought is knocking it down and removing the battery. Then I realize what a pain in the ass it will be getting it back up... that is assuming I don't fall down the staircase breaking my neck first.

Plan B is to find the leaf optimist and clear the smoke away from the detector. After several minutes trying to find it, I give it a blow. I don't think I need to tell you how that went.

Back to plan A and finding a long pole. I knock it off the wall and down the stairs and it is still going off. No battery. It is somehow hard wired to and trips the 30+ year old security system that I've never used. Sound is coming out of a speaker in the wall above the now missing detector. Crack open the security panel and it is all wires and no buttons or knobs. I failed McGyver school so down to fuse box I go. Of course there is no curcuit named "securty system". I start flipping switches till I get to the right one.

TL;DR If you ever break into my house flip the fuse switch labeled "Bedroom 2".


How was your salmon?




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Post by Nordic on Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:04 pm

tGreenWay wrote:
Nordic wrote:Wife almost burned the house down cooking some salmon tonight. Fire alarm that I have never heard in the 15 years we've lived here goes off. And it's loud. Go to the kitchen and see whats going on and the wife is in a cloud of smoke. The fire alarm is at the top of a wall over an open staircase. No easy way to get to it. 12' no matter what angle to attack from.

My first thought is knocking it down and removing the battery. Then I realize what a pain in the ass it will be getting it back up... that is assuming I don't fall down the staircase breaking my neck first.

Plan B is to find the leaf optimist and clear the smoke away from the detector. After several minutes trying to find it, I give it a blow. I don't think I need to tell you how that went.

Back to plan A and finding a long pole. I knock it off the wall and down the stairs and it is still going off. No battery. It is somehow hard wired to and trips the 30+ year old security system that I've never used. Sound is coming out of a speaker in the wall above the now missing detector. Crack open the security panel and it is all wires and no buttons or knobs. I failed McGyver school so down to fuse box I go. Of course there is no curcuit named "securty system". I start flipping switches till I get to the right one.

TL;DR If you ever break into my house flip the fuse switch labeled "Bedroom 2".


How was your salmon?

Actually fantastic.
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Post by Senior Dickfist on Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:06 pm

mmm...suddenly, I'm hungry for salmon.
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Post by The Pantry on Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:20 pm

Nordic wrote:Wife almost burned the house down cooking some salmon tonight. Fire alarm that I have never heard in the 15 years we've lived here goes off. And it's loud. Go to the kitchen and see whats going on and the wife is in a cloud of smoke. The fire alarm is at the top of a wall over an open staircase. No easy way to get to it. 12' no matter what angle to attack from.

My first thought is knocking it down and removing the battery. Then I realize what a pain in the ass it will be getting it back up... that is assuming I don't fall down the staircase breaking my neck first.

Plan B is to find the leaf optimist and clear the smoke away from the detector. After several minutes trying to find it, I give it a blow. I don't think I need to tell you how that went.

Back to plan A and finding a long pole. I knock it off the wall and down the stairs and it is still going off. No battery. It is somehow hard wired to and trips the 30+ year old security system that I've never used. Sound is coming out of a speaker in the wall above the now missing detector. Crack open the security panel and it is all wires and no buttons or knobs. I failed McGyver school so down to fuse box I go. Of course there is no curcuit named "securty system". I start flipping switches till I get to the right one.

TL;DR If you ever break into my house flip the fuse switch labeled "Bedroom 2".
Whomever down voted this post should be buried alive with TempeTantrum's pen being the only marker.
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Post by loogoldham on Fri Mar 23, 2018 5:27 am

TL;DR

Had to look up TL;DR
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Post by loogoldham on Wed Mar 28, 2018 3:27 am

I'm really into seaweed snacks. Crispity crunchity seaweed. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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Post by Floyd Robertson on Wed Mar 28, 2018 5:12 am

loogoldham wrote:I'm really into seaweed snacks. Crispity crunchity seaweed. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm


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Post by LooseGoose on Fri Mar 30, 2018 7:15 pm

Cool Story...

36-year-old accountant bails out Blackhawks as emergency goalie

KALAMAZOO, MI - In the 2016 film "The Accountant," Ben Affleck plays a military-trained, mathematical savant on the autism spectrum, who uses a small-town CPA office as a cover for crunching the numbers for the world's most dangerous criminal organizations.

Sounds crazy, right?

Well that's only slightly more far-fetched than the recent turn of events for real-life accountant Scott Foster, a 36-year-old former Western Michigan University goalie, who left the office Thursday to make his unexpected NHL debut for the Chicago Blackhawks.

The unbelievable process started when Chicago starting netminder Anton Forsberg suffered an injury during pre-game warmups, and backup Collin Delia left with a lower-body injury in the third period.

That meant Foster, who had been watching the game in the press box as the team's designated "emergency goalie," was heading down to the locker room to strap on the pads and lace up his skates for his first meaningful ice time since serving as the WMU goalie from 2002-06.

"I think I'm just hitting my prime," Foster told media after the game.

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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on Sat Mar 31, 2018 3:21 am

Game of thrones on an OLED tv is orgasmic
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Post by LooseGoose on Mon Apr 02, 2018 11:16 am

Just shaved 8 months of beard and hair off, I feel light as a feather. The last time I did this it took the grandkids a week to decide if they knew me.

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Post by Floyd Robertson on Mon Apr 02, 2018 12:05 pm

LooseGoose wrote:Just shaved 8 months of beard and hair off, I feel light as a feather. The last time I did this it took the grandkids a week to decide if they knew me.

I had that experience with a mustache back in the 90s that I'd had since the mid 80s. Kids were 2 and 4 and had never known me without it until I shave it off. It kind of freaked them out to see this strange guy walking around the house.
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Post by loogoldham on Mon Apr 02, 2018 11:39 pm

Never thought I would say this (isn't there a thread for that?):

New Top Gear beats the shit out of Old Top Gear/The Grand Tour. Those bloated old three jabronis lost it -- just playing to old stereotypes and mailing it in. Season 25 of New TG is so great -- better visuals, car reviews, flow, segments.

Hate to say it but JC et al should hang em up.
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Post by The Pantry on Sat Apr 07, 2018 10:02 pm

Watching the original Jurassic Park again. The scene where Dr. Grant gets the kid out of the vehicle in the tree.

Why did they race down the tree when the SUV started falling instead of just climbing to the other side of the tree? scratch
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Post by The Pantry on Mon Apr 09, 2018 5:33 pm

This morning about a mile from my (and WBH's) sub.  Story says it's the first officer-involved shooting here in over 20 years.

https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/man-fatally-shot-while-trying-to-attack-troy-police-officers-with-knives
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Post by DWags on Mon Apr 09, 2018 5:44 pm

The Pantry wrote:This morning about a mile from my (and WBH's) sub.  Story says it's the first officer-involved shooting here in over 20 years.

https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/man-fatally-shot-while-trying-to-attack-troy-police-officers-with-knives

Two knives? Was he looking for a smoker and a brisket? Probably could smell that shit for miles.

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Post by The Pantry on Mon Apr 09, 2018 5:58 pm

DWags wrote:
The Pantry wrote:This morning about a mile from my (and WBH's) sub.  Story says it's the first officer-involved shooting here in over 20 years.

https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/man-fatally-shot-while-trying-to-attack-troy-police-officers-with-knives

Two knives? Was he looking for a smoker and a brisket? Probably could smell that shit for miles.
Heard some sirens before leaving for work but didn't smell anything. When WBH has the cooker going I can often tell.
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Post by tGreenWay on Tue Apr 10, 2018 2:54 pm

When did people start calling dogs doggos? Or is the reddit influence from Aussies creeping into the American lexicon?

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Post by Watch Out Pylon! on Tue Apr 10, 2018 3:30 pm

tGreenWay wrote:When did people start calling dogs doggos? Or is the reddit influence from Aussies creeping into the American lexicon?

They're good boys!
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Post by tGreenWay on Tue Apr 10, 2018 3:51 pm

Watch Out Pylon! wrote:
tGreenWay wrote:When did people start calling dogs doggos? Or is the reddit influence from Aussies creeping into the American lexicon?

They're good bois!

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Post by Dendrobates on Tue Apr 10, 2018 5:37 pm

I’m at 7 monks in TC right now enjoying a beer after a long intense work day . It also feels good having a little break at home.
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Post by The Pantry on Tue Apr 10, 2018 5:48 pm

Dendrobates wrote:I’m at 7 monks in TC right now enjoying a beer after a long intense work day . It also feels good having a little break at home.
What do they have on tap? Any KBS or CBS?
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Post by DWags on Tue Apr 10, 2018 5:50 pm

Dendrobates wrote:I’m at 7 monks in TC right now enjoying a beer after a long intense work day . It also feels good having a little break at home.

Nice. Enjoy.

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Post by Dendrobates on Tue Apr 10, 2018 6:10 pm

The Pantry wrote:
Dendrobates wrote:I’m at 7 monks in TC right now enjoying a beer after a long intense work day . It also feels good having a little break at home.
What do they have on tap? Any KBS or CBS?

I don’t know what that is.
I’m drinking M43 right now. It tastes like a more hoppy Oberon. I like it
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Post by The Pantry on Tue Apr 10, 2018 6:18 pm

Dendrobates wrote:
The Pantry wrote:What do they have on tap? Any KBS or CBS?

I don’t know what that is.
I’m drinking M43 right now. It tastes like a more hoppy Oberon. I like it
Founders Kentucky Breakfast Stout and Canadian Breakfast Stout.

M-43 is interesting, especially when poured in a glass. Never been an Oberon fan.
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Post by Dendrobates on Tue Apr 10, 2018 6:21 pm

The Pantry wrote:
Dendrobates wrote:

I don’t know what that is.
I’m drinking M43 right now. It tastes like a more hoppy Oberon. I like it
Founders Kentucky Breakfast Stout and Canadian Breakfast Stout.

M-43 is interesting, especially when poured in a glass. Never been an Oberon fan.

That’s why I wasn’t familiar. I will drink most any beer except stouts. And nope, neither of those are on the list.

For stouts it’s: Love Shadow (brewery vivant), uncle Steve’s Irish stout (shorts) . They’re out of Michael faircy stout (Arbor)
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Post by Dendrobates on Tue Apr 10, 2018 6:25 pm

The bartender just told me that on Oberon opening day, they went through 6 kegs of it. Crazy
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Post by The Pantry on Tue Apr 10, 2018 6:32 pm

Dendrobates wrote:The bartender just told me that on Oberon opening day, they went through 6 kegs of it. Crazy
Opening day...great marketing. I think the stuff is highly overrated.
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Post by Watch Out Pylon! on Wed Apr 11, 2018 8:13 am

TempeTantrum is going by "Pavel" now.

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