The LPG III, version 2.0

 
    • j33zny said...
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    • 22 May 2012, 19:01
    Blek. School.

  • I would have hated having summer school

    "Was it Putin? Voldemort Putin? Of Russia?" Andy Dwyer, 2014.
    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 22 May 2012, 20:35
    Through the mists of tragedy and destruction, a silver lining usually appears.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/may/22/italy-earthquake-hits-parmesan-cheese-production

  • Why is that good?

    Do not go gentle into that good night.
    Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
    • Moomo said...
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    • 22 May 2012, 22:32
    It's been really hard to get through to last.fm for the past hour or so.

    And I love parmesan!

  • Yes, the tea message! Damn it!

    Do not go gentle into that good night.
    Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
    • Moomo said...
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    • 22 May 2012, 22:51
    Sometimes I didn't even get that, I got a general error msg. Seems to be working again now :)

    • j33zny said...
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    • 22 May 2012, 23:05
    It keeps messing up on my end! I have to hit refresh multiple times :P

  • There hasn't been an update in a long time

    Do not go gentle into that good night.
    Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
    • j33zny said...
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    • 23 May 2012, 00:39
    There needs to be one soon since the site keeps getting the hiccups.

  • I haven't had any problems.

    Dance baby, dance like the world is ending.
    Dance baby, dance cause the world is ending.
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    • j33zny said...
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    • 23 May 2012, 01:04
    You must have missed it.

  • It's still ongoing for me; it took two or three tries before I could read this thread! :s

    But I like the tea message... -weird-

    Anyway have a good day C:

    • j33zny said...
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    • 23 May 2012, 07:11
    I always have such difficulty falling asleep whenever I need to be well rested for the next day.

    Hope you have a good day also, Schnee!

  • Yeah, I know that feeling! :/ How is the summer school going anyway? I remember you mentioned that it was out of choice so I hope you are enjoying it at least a little bit! I am sure you will benefit from it in the long run, though! =)

    Thank you! You too. Well. I hope you will be able to sleep/rest well and have a good day when you wake up! =D

  • Moomo said:
    Sometimes I didn't even get that, I got a general error msg. Seems to be working again now :)


    yeah, I keep getting a 'connection upstream something something' bug.

    "Was it Putin? Voldemort Putin? Of Russia?" Andy Dwyer, 2014.
  • I'm making tea...just woke up from a 6 hr nap.

    Dance baby, dance like the world is ending.
    Dance baby, dance cause the world is ending.
    AWOLNATION
    A Virtual Necessity
    • Moomo said...
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    • 23 May 2012, 09:07
    I woke up after 10 hours of sleep... I hate that the new meds make me dream all night long (disturbing dreams, at least a few per night) and I wake up all anxious and don't feel well rested at all. I hope this passes soon.

  • Sleeping on meds is not the best thing to do. Did you try alternative medicine ? Something more natural ?

    "Was it Putin? Voldemort Putin? Of Russia?" Andy Dwyer, 2014.
    • Moomo said...
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    • 23 May 2012, 15:11
    Oh, I'm not using meds to sleep. It's my anti-depression meds that are making me dream like crazy. Thanks for your concern though :)

    • Moomo said...
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    • 23 May 2012, 15:15
    Oh and by the way, how can anyone hate Eurovision after this:


    Little grannies wanting everyone to party! Awesome! :D

    Buranovskiye Babushki (meaning "Buranovo Grannies") is a Russian ethno-pop band containing eight elderly women. The band consists of eight grandmothers, but only six are allowed to appear on the Eurovision stage. They are originally from the the village of Buranovo, Udmurtia, in the Ural Mountains region of Russia. The band performs most of their songs in the Udmurt language.

    Members

    Granya Baysarova (62 years)
    Alevtina Begisheva (56 years)
    Zoya Dorodova (71 years)
    Galina Koneva (73 years)
    Natalya Pugachyova (76 years)
    Valentina Pyatchenko (74 years)
    Yekaterina Shklyaeva (74 years)
    Olga Tuktaryova (43 years) – artistic director
    Yelizaveta Zarbatova (86 years, does not go on tour)

  • They were funny, it's true. I liked the baking part.

    Do not go gentle into that good night.
    Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
    • j33zny said...
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    • 23 May 2012, 18:53
    schneeschuhhase said:
    Yeah, I know that feeling! :/ How is the summer school going anyway? I remember you mentioned that it was out of choice so I hope you are enjoying it at least a little bit! I am sure you will benefit from it in the long run, though! =)

    Thank you! You too. Well. I hope you will be able to sleep/rest well and have a good day when you wake up! =D
    Yesterday was my first day, and I only have to go on Tuesdays and Thursdays. It's a bit hard to judge from just the first day, but I think I'll like it. My professor seems to be pretty cool and is really knowledgable. The only downside (so far) is that the class is two and a half hours :P

    and thank you! I'm going to drop off my resume at some places in hopes that I can get a job.

    • j33zny said...
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    • 23 May 2012, 18:56
    Moomo said:
    Oh and by the way, how can anyone hate Eurovision after this:


    Little grannies wanting everyone to party! Awesome! :D
    This is so cute!

  • This is awful.

    Went to see The Dictator, it was hilarious (though a couple of jokes should have been censored)

    "Was it Putin? Voldemort Putin? Of Russia?" Andy Dwyer, 2014.
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