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Borg
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Jun3-10, 05:59 AM
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Wow 4 times in one year? :(
Different computers and for different reasons. This one previously had a virus scanner conflict that was locking up Windows. They diagnosed that as "we need to reinstall your OS". I finally figured it out on my own a few days later last month. Now this.
Pattonias
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Jun3-10, 08:35 AM
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Turns out my new puppy came already knowing how to play fetch. He has redeemed himself from being an annoying little bastard.

He also learned to sit on command within ten minutes of me training him.

I'm so proud of him.

Now if only he'll start getting in his pen when it's time without me having to carry him.
songoku
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Jun3-10, 11:27 AM
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prince of persia...not so bad
lisab
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Jun3-10, 11:55 AM
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Quote Quote by Pattonias View Post
Turns out my new puppy came already knowing how to play fetch. He has redeemed himself from being an annoying little bastard.

He also learned to sit on command within ten minutes of me training him.

I'm so proud of him.

Now if only he'll start getting in his pen when it's time without me having to carry him.
What kind of dog is he? Pix please!
GreatEscapist
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Jun3-10, 11:55 AM
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Hard drive failed on my two month old laptop two days ago. When I get it back, I will have to reinstall all of my personal software on a computer for the fourth time this year. That's getting old.
That sounds absolutely delightful. Do you have HP or something?
Quote Quote by Pattonias View Post
Turns out my new puppy came already knowing how to play fetch. He has redeemed himself from being an annoying little bastard.

He also learned to sit on command within ten minutes of me training him.

I'm so proud of him.

Now if only he'll start getting in his pen when it's time without me having to carry him.
Awwwww! Cute. What kind of puppy?
Evo
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Jun3-10, 12:09 PM
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Quote Quote by GreatEscapist View Post
Who's the idiot that decided that anything that works on Word should be immediately upgraded to some crap that doesn't work, and will make you so damn frustrated you break keys typing your stupid, stupid report that is becoming more and more skewed because WORD AUTOCORRECTS RANDOM CRAP. OR OTHER MISC. STUFF I DID NOT ASK IT TO DO.
You can shut off all of that crap. When I got my new computer with Word 2007, I spent the first week turning all of those wonderful, helpful defaults off.
Dembadon
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Jun3-10, 12:40 PM
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Triangles, Circles, Triangles, Triangles, Triangles, Circles, Circles, Triangles, Circles, Triangles, Circles, Circles......
Borek
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Jun3-10, 12:54 PM
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Are you designing city toilets?
jobyts
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Jun3-10, 05:41 PM
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IKEA is smart. They start their store is a crappy neighborhood which is very close to a posh neighborhood. They save a lot in the real estate cost without loosing any customers. To buy furniture, the upper middle don't mind driving to a not-so-far neighborhood even if it's crappy. Whole foods cannot have that luxury, they have to be well inside the posh neighborhood. Most people don't want to drive many miles to buy food.
lisab
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Jun3-10, 05:50 PM
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Are you designing city toilets?
Are there triangular toilets in Poland?
Borek
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Jun3-10, 05:57 PM
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Could be, even if I don't remember seeing one. But triangles and circles are used to differentiate between lads and ladies toilets, aren't they?
lisab
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Jun3-10, 06:07 PM
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Could be, even if I don't remember seeing one. But triangles and circles are used to differentiate between lads and ladies toilets, aren't they?
Hmm...I've never seen that. Sooooo...I'm a circle,right ?
Borek
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Jun3-10, 06:18 PM
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http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/p/m/1d2d40/

Sounds like this is our local sign, I always thought it was more universal.
Dembadon
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Jun3-10, 06:20 PM
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Edit: I spent a considerable amount of time helping a friend with trigonometry homework yesterday; I ended up having strange dreams involving lots of circles and triangles last night. I was remembering the strangeness of my dreams when I made the post.
lisab
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Jun3-10, 06:22 PM
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Quote Quote by Borek View Post
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/p/m/1d2d40/

Sounds like this is our local sign, I always thought it was more universal.
Lol, I would have no idea what that was (and I spent a summer in England for a summer when I was a teen). Here in the Western US, men are men, women are women, and shapes are shapes .
lisab
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Jun3-10, 06:24 PM
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Ah now that I've seen. Guess I've always focused on the figures, not the shapes .
Borek
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Jun3-10, 06:26 PM
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Some may say that triangle standing on the vertex is a symbol of a woman.
Dembadon
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Jun3-10, 06:26 PM
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Ah now that I've seen. Guess I've always focused on the figures, not the shapes .
I, admittedly, don't believe I've ever made the connection either - until Borek's post.


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