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online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-08 03:04 [#02621380]
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In New Smyrna Beach, on the Atlantic coast, Alice F.
Argo kept calling and calling for help when the storm hit.
At first, her husband, Jerry W. Argo, was refusing to go to
a shelter, and the couple wanted help to get to safer ground
across the street. As night fell, Ms. Argo’s calls for
assistance grew more frequent and more urgent. Her husband,
67 years old and 250 pounds, had fallen and hit his head,
and she could not lift him.

A Volusia County dispatcher told Ms. Argo that at least 400
people had called for help and that rescuers would get to
the Argos when they could. “You’ve got to do your best
to wait it out,” the dispatcher said, according to a 911
recording.

Ms. Argo, 72, was insistent.

“Well, hurry up!” she said. “If he dies, you’re
going to be in trouble!”

The county was waiting for special vehicles that could drive
through floodwaters, the dispatchers said. Police records
show that Ms. Argo called for help a total of 10 times over
the course of nearly 12 hours. The last time was at 10:38
p.m. By then, Mr. Argo was already dead.


R.I.P. (not actual photo; however i did feel
strongly enough to dig through my browser history back to
july to find this specific photo; the perfect art for this
graf)


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-08 03:10 [#02621381]
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It's a good thing Ron DeSantis didn't do something like
smugly bus of genuinely desperate human beings from a state
he had no jurisdiction in to over to "the liberals," e.g.
another state he did not have jurisdiction in. Otherwise,
sympathy for Florida might be a bit lacking right now


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-08 03:47 [#02621382]
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LAZY_TITLE


 

offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2022-10-08 05:07 [#02621383]
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Libertarian wonderland


 

offline RussellDust on 2022-10-11 14:19 [#02621453]
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That’s what the Floridians say again and again


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 00:06 [#02621460]
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blaming a politician for a category 5 hurricane


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 00:10 [#02621461]
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I'll take Desantis 100000% over biden, harris, newsome, aoc,
abrams.

Give my bernie or tusli gabbard and I'll vote dem.

meanwhile people complaining about the disaster response in
FL as some sort of political opportunity (the response was
good on both the federal and state levels) are just the most
beta


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 05:17 [#02621467]
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desantis bussing migrants from texas (where he has no
bidness) to massachusetts (where he has no bidness) and
essentially using a bunch of desperate humans as pawns for a
smug troll to massage his base. yeah, desantis is fucking
human filth. aoc is annoying, but that's the lesser of two
etc

bernie sanders is important to establish a trajectory to the
future, but because of this, he himself won't ever get much
of anywhere; he'll just tug at the overton window

meanwhile: look at history, you trog, what bush's response
to katrina did to his political reputation. just because you
think it's stupid -- and perhaps it is stupid -- does not
mean it is politically irrelevant. it is very, very fucking
relevant. this is a painfully bright moment of public
exposure like god burning an ant with a magnifying glass.
it's one of those times where "oh, meh, he was alright" is
less likely than either "he was crap" or "he could be
president" and if you don't see this, then... oh well.


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 05:32 [#02621468]
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beavis-and-a-kennedy-family-member-got-in-a-transporter-acc
while i'm here, fuck matt gaetz, that ident motherfucker.
but then, also, political realities: you'd think banging
underage girls on E would be a death sentence for any
congressman, but no, the people that voted for him are more
like "YEAH BRO GET IT"

i reiterate ~ LAZY_TITLE


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 06:26 [#02621474]
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The migrant bus (plane?) to martha's vinyard is meaningless
political theatre to me. He's obviously trying to point out
some hypocrisy from these cities with "sanctuary" laws, but
it just comes off as somewhat mean spirited and a waste of
resources. no real harm came to anybody and it was just
dumb. It was a clown move in country of clown politics.

But I don't see what that has to do with hurricane ian or
his state's response (biden's fema response seemed good as
well). It's a major disaster.

What I don't abide is the smug, liberal self righteous bs
that's penetrated into every ounce of politics. The dems
used to be better than this. This crop is thoroughly
unelectable.


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 06:31 [#02621475]
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I dont really agree with Bernie's solutions (though he's on
the money at pointing out problems), but his authenticity is
a dying breed. It's hard to even tell if Desantis is
authentic, human wise, but reads as oafish but lacks say
Gavin Newsome's slimebag veneer


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 06:32 [#02621477]
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*he reads as oafish


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 06:42 [#02621478]
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in the end I don't like either party, it used to be very
easy to vote democrat all the way through Obama's terms.

It's shit like this post, and the political hacks spitting
the same nonsense on cable news that makes me recoil from
party completely.


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 07:33 [#02621479]
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alright, so, rick desantis, shitlord resume: "deliberately
lying to a bunch of clueless desperate people and telling
them they're going to boston and they'll get jobs and a
green card, and then instead smugly dumping them in the
middle of some schmaltzy retirement community to create a
publicity incident in order to advance his political
prospects." not to solve a problem. not to change "the
liberals" minds. no, instead, to make a bunch of delusional
qAnon followers cream themselves; that's all this was for.

so, right, he fucked with a bunch of desperate refugees, not
to actually accomplish some sort of change, but to score
points; to jerk off his supporters. now extrapolate this to
the presidency; what he'd do with it. it'd be worse than
chris christie closing a bridge to spite NYC; entire states
would get shitlisted. that, frankly, the real danger of
desantis is that he is essentially trump, but he has an IQ
above room temperature. oh, boo hoo, trump fascism. trump's
too shit. too crap. too. fucking. stupid. desantis, though,
he has a bit more of a clue and he could genuinely cause
more damage than trump did his whole tenure inside of six
months, before anyone caught wind of it


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 07:39 [#02621480]
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i guess i will also say, i feel some of the flip side:
affirmative action kept me out of a better college, but,
vaguely, this is fair, this is alright. but then you're
talking about "slavery reparations" and i'm getting reamed
by inflation like everyone else and get the fuck out of my
pocket you self-righteous cunts

so i don't blindly support the AOC thing. but, see my
conspiracy theory thread -- biden may be throwing the demo's
under the bus for midterms by tanking the economy for the
sake of global security; shooting his own political future
in the foot because it's the right thing to do, or so he
feels. i don't know if he's right, but i appreciate that
attitude far more than a freaking shitlord weasel like
desantis.

no opinion on gavin california. i don't pay attention to
that place really


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 07:42 [#02621481]
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politicians are politicians are politicians. there's always
an agenda. you just have to learn to spot the ones that are
self-promotional weasels (gaetz, desantis, trump, AOC used
to be but she seems to have toned it down?) from... really,
i feel biden is a disappearing breed, just very boy scout,
what's right for america, etc... and, mind you, i'm not
saying this always leads to the right decisions... but it
beats someone who is simply hell-bent on to promote/enrich
themself


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 08:01 [#02621483]
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I do totally understand what you mean in that DeSantis could
be politically vindictive in a punitive and childish way,
which could cause genuine damage. I'm personally less
worried it would go that far, the two examples we have are
him cutting Disney's tax exempt status after their empty
corporate political proclamations (which I found
interesting)--- and then this migrant flight to Martha's
Vinyard, which I found lame. I'm not sure what he would do
beyond that, but I'm very tired of the direction the
progressive arm of democrats (which is now seemingly ALL
democrats, post Trump) is currently travelling. I was always
comfortable with a moderate dem.

What triggered me here, wasn't really that we're probably
in different spots along the political continuum, and wasn't
anything about DeSantis himself, it was that you linked it
to the hurricane. And it wasn't just you, it's like this
everywhere on the fucking internet now. I was watching the
news and all the disaster relief stuff for awhile, and I was
kind of touched at how everyone was coming together and
working to fix such a cataclysmic disaster down there. It
felt good to see. Every level was working hard, bottom to
top. And then reading this, it's like "oh who has sympathy
for this douche or his state?" it's like, fuck off. No one
was THIS partisan a decade ago and it was a better fucking
time, that's for sure. It just seems to come from SUCH a
sanctimonious place.

It's not good play with people the way DeSantis did. But I
do look at it like, ok he wasted their time and the
taxpayers money and looked like a fool doing it. On the
scale of assfuckings the government (both sides, for sure)
provides on a regular basis, I dunno. It just doesn't
register for me as much, but all that goes to prove is
theres subjectivity here just like anywhere else.



 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 08:01 [#02621484]
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The media response, to latch onto it and pound it like Adolf
Hitler himself publicly executed the immigrants echoed the
whole "kids in cages" bullshit a few years ago. One
president builds these rooms, another gets demonized for
using them, and a third keeps them around and everyone's
strangely mum again, it's almost like there's a flavor of
the month to the partisanship, and usually I can tolerate it
but tying it into a real disaster where fucking TONS of
people lost everything they had including family- none of it
rates. I'm just tired of it.



 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 08:13 [#02621487]
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"No one was THIS partisan a decade ago and it was a better
fucking
time, that's for sure. "

Scratch that line, now that I'm thinking about it. Because
the worst case republicans always were that partisan,
throughout my whole life.

But the dems were better than that until recently. Not
anymore.


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 08:19 [#02621488]
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people in florida have dug in their heels for years, denying
climate change existed, then they know it exists but they
continue to dig in because they're 250lb and old and their
property values are tanking and they can't move. but they
made all these fucking decisions; they decided climate
change could fuck off for the last 20-30 years and now the
rest of the country is going to have to bail them out
because all the insurance companies are going bankrupt and
many people just have "hurricane" insurance, not "flood"
insurance and other shit that goes to the core of what's
rotting in america.

that if it were just this -- a bunch of pathetic fat old
people getting themselves into trouble -- i would just sigh
and accept the hit on my tax bill. but florida is a swing
state, trump fled to florida, and you know what? i live in
massachusetts and he directly came and fucked with my state,
and fucking idiots in florida are responsible for electing
that rancid butter packet


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 08:23 [#02621489]
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That's going to happen regardless, to every coastal city in
the entire world.

But yeah I can see you got the same basic bullshit attitude
I see everywhere. Like you've done so much for humanity. I
don't feel the need to show respect for what you're saying
here.


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 08:24 [#02621490]
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i was at the bank and this very well-manicured hair lady
was, you know, being kind of deliberately loud about her
business, like: "Well I have half a million dollars tied up
in this property in Florida but well shoot it seems like a
good time to get another and I have a line of credit with
you, $200k, what interest rate would I get now, I am
curious?"

and it's just a bunch of bank tellers and my weird ass as
her audience. i'm wearing some techwear pants with lots of
pockets and zippers that i have customized with an iron-on
tiger patch

that's pretty much florida, yep. i'm glad she was flashing
about so i could have a laugh at the fact she was sending
her wealth to davy jones locker


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 09:10 [#02621491]
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so, summary:

- Florida has been denying climate change from the get-go
- A lot of Florida is still denying climate change
- $$$ profit led to loads of shoddy buildings being
constructed; remember that high-rise that just randomly fell
down a year or two ago?
- All the insurance companies are going bankrupt because
Florida is no longer economically viable. There is no "risk
management" when you're guaranteed more hurricanes and
eroding coasts
- Rich idiots are still thinking Florida is cool and buying
a second condo there
- Fat old people adamant that nothing changes, no, nope,
never. The ocean doesn't exist
- Florida elected Rick Desantis, the rancid butter packet,
and turned him from a small-time con man into another
national problem
- Donald Trump fled to Florida due to its friendly
atmosphere for people like him

conclusion: god is punishing florida; pass the popcorn


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 09:37 [#02621492]
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i'd say this is a random memory, but nothing is random -- we
made the concept up, to help us manage. randomness doesn't
exist. numbers don't either

anyways, i recall there was a thing a few years back where
some viral twitter meme was like, "post your florida man"
and the process was 1) put in your birthday 2) find a
florida man story matching, lol 3) tweet it 4) people in
pakistan combine your twitter profile with your birthdate
and steal your identity

they found "florida man" an ideal hook. speaks volumes


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 09:45 [#02621493]
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no offense intended to pakistan. things are rough over there
and you have to cut some corners, i guess

but florida... desantis... like they've gone full-ostrich,
head-buried so hard, then hatched an ostrich baby that's
creating a gravitational suck that pulls eververyone's heads
down into... nevermind; this metaphor is crap


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 10:02 [#02621495]
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putting it on all florida is retarded and just a
manifestation of your political bias.

There is nothing florida can do stop climate change. It's
coming and it's going to hit everywhere. No matter how many
draconian, authoritarian regulations you put on the people,
the costal cities everywhere will falter. It's easy to be
smug in massachusetts with your venti vanilla frap but given
a choice I'd rather sink into the sea with the fat fuckin
floridan dude at least he's probably less up his own ass.


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 10:16 [#02621496]
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help, xltronic, i need help

i need a word that transmogryphries "florida" and "unicorn"
but they're such terribly incompatible words. i'm usually
quite good at this but i feel a bit stuck, here; halp

floridicorn? unidorida? crap; crap


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 10:16 [#02621497]
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...how would you define "frap" ?


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-12 10:24 [#02621498]
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the kinder aspect to america's system has been, i suppose,
the ~absense~ of the attitude that, "the weak link breaks
the chain." instead, the fifty states support each other
[and, tangent, they also forget about, like, puerto rico;
bastards won't even fix the aricebo telescope]. the
vulnerability of this approach is when a bunch of fucking
fatheads weigh down the ship to the point where it starts
dangerously losing altitude. florida, lose some fucking
weight. you're bringing us all down


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 10:27 [#02621499]
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I dunno man and I can't really picture you drinking one
either but some of that nearby smug is rubbing off. You're
indicting a large group of diverse humans in a region on
account of mankinds overpopulation and collective failure to
act. I don't see how it will serve you well except to make
you feel a bit superior while you do fuck all actually help
anything like the people trying to help the hurricane vics


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-12 10:28 [#02621500]
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I've never even been to florida btw I just know complete and
utter bullshit when i see it.


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-13 06:30 [#02621504]
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hurricane vics. right. they should have been on the books as
future victims 20-30 years ago, but instead they just kept
going denying climate change and skimping on the structural
integrity of buildings. now they're fucked and they expect
the rest of the country to pay for it. i get it, that there
are plenty of completely innocent people swept up in this.
but, as a whole, florida is a significant voting bloc upon
which the future of the US hinges, and flord.a is. fukq.d.
you bastards bringing us all down etc.

so i do consider the weight of what i am saying when i say:
no


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-13 06:36 [#02621505]
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i've been to florida, actually. and from here we transition
to "cool story bro" and largely irrelevant to thred:

it was for DEAN KAMEN, the smarty man, and the FIRST
robotics competition, the nationals, hosted in florida at
orlando studios, after we won some of the regionals. i spent
most of my time in the tent they set up a stone's throw away
from the buckminster fullerdrome, tent literally a square
kilo or such; could park a few jets in there. during the
finale they played "sandstorm" and my friends and i had a
right giggle because that was about the peak of us all
appreciating it as a cornball laugh. i had, perhaps, six
hours loose in disney world; i had time for freaking two
rides. the other thing i remember is florida would be like:
"it's a bit before noon, time to rain like the universe is
ending" and then it'd be like "okay i'm spent" and sunny
rest of the day. weird fucking place.


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-13 07:01 [#02621506]
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continuing: bless that robotics shit, really. got me on so
many fantastic junkets. out to Tennessee, for example,
because DIY network was doing some show with college teams
and college dredged around for people with robotics
experience and they found me. full semester credit with
automatic A. a thing i'd never had before, a "per diem," and
basically we pooled it and bought a blender and alcohol and
strawberry dacquri. then there was: "you haven't tried
pulled pork before?" then "you'll like it" and i did. but,
yes, if you want to see what a fucking dweeb i was at twenty
years old, those TV episodes are out there somewhere


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-13 07:22 [#02621507]
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yeah whatever: never put your money against brian neve if
you're watching battlebots. i learned so much from that man,
and it was a satisfyingly mutual situation: "how do you want
me to wire the ground" and he's all "just add a million
redundant ground wires everywhere so when one gets knocked
loose everything keeps working" and then "...thanks, i
usually have to do all the wiring shit on this show myself."
also of note, we're in the bathroom, and i ask: "why did you
wash your hands before peeing?" and he replies, very
businesslike, "so i don't get shit on my dick." at that
point i felt very stupid and stopped asking questions.
finished peeing and went back to the band saw


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-13 07:44 [#02621508]
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LAZY_TITLE


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-13 07:50 [#02621509]
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maybe i do have a modicum of charisma. even did at twenty

but i derail my own thredz


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-13 10:28 [#02621511]
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i'm thinking about it, and, yes, this thread is what this
planet has done to my brain as of late. bile and retreat
into nostalgia. but, perhaps, the path out? redundant
grounding. acerbic genius like "so i don't get shit on my
dick" etc


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-13 11:34 [#02621512]
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"climate change does not know or care about podcast
schedules" --Kai Ryssdal


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-14 01:28 [#02621549]
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pretty neat robotics stuff.

my buddy morgan was on the team for "The Mauler" on
Battlebots back in the day. It was him and his brother and
dad. I don't their robot did all that well, but it looked
cool so it was the main promo that season.


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-14 01:57 [#02621555]
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FIRST robotics was very neat and tidy. no flamethrowers; no
battlebots. but they use the. exact. same. parts. and mr
nave explaining to me how you could configure the joysticks
on the radio remote to be linear, log, exp, etc and i knew
how to wire up a bunch of PWM speed controllers to
pneumatics and motors but i'd never gotten a crash course on
programming the controller, i never knew about... it's more
than just a million redundant ground wires, it's about
creating a grid, actually... and i dunno, sometimes you can
fast-talk your way into the kitchen and see how the pros
actually do stuff. that was so much fun

but, actually, there was more fun before that, totally
unhinged fun, like: "design and tech" it was called; school
admins thought "it's the dumb shop kids" but it was actually
"this is where the nerds hide" and the nice elderly gent
that, like, only vaguely ran the place -- like, just gently,
like occasionally handing us a bunch of those flammable
aerosol breath spritzer things and some piezo grill lighters
and saying "have fun boys"

and they were small battlebots, based on RC cars, but... one
was covered in pink confetti and intended to be set on fire
to please the crowd, another had a flamethrower. then there
was the one with a rotary saw blade on a DC motor that sawed
through a metal trash can and injured the teacher

it all went over very well with the crowd. things went a bit
south when some people who were less nerd, more, like...
asshole... got wind of the place, at that point we were into
building air cannons and one day some inbred shit who had no
business there had showed up and was using the air cannon to
fire metal barstock at ducks. i thot: "dat's fukdeddd" and
left. later they all got in deep shit for firing an apple
over the school roof that hit a teacher car windshield

FIRST was much more tame.


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-14 01:58 [#02621556]
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but yes, who cares if your bot wins, though it does matter a
bit if you make it a round or two before elimination. if you
haven't worked on a team doing something like that it's hard
to explain


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-14 02:25 [#02621557]
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that... why, yes... the first time i ever heard "milkshake"
by kelis, no joke, was in the passenger seat of a rental car
on the way over to the studio to film that episode. tom and
i just chatting and eric shushes us and very authoritatively
states: "alright, i need you guys to shut up and listen to
this song, because the lyrics are seriously, like, 'my
milkshake brings all the boys to the yard.'" since he was so
adamant; we had no arguments. in fact we all get a bit
giggly and start hurling ourselves around the car seats,
making the car wiggle to the song. the car is wiggling as we
pull up to a red light, and the car in front of us is also,
also wiggling. it was the other team on the way to the
studio too; they were listening to the same song on the same
radio station. and before either of us could even see each
other they're goofing about making their rental car wiggle
the same exact way; we just casually pull up behind them,
wiggling too, they see us, we see them, everyone figures it
out all at once, then those poor cars really got their
fucking suspension tested. very lovely moment


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-14 02:49 [#02621558]
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I dunno "kelis," but I do like the milkshake song. Maybe it
is by "kelis." I guessed it would be Beyonce or Niki Manaj
or Kesha or some big pop name I've heard of but never
listened to their actual music.

Either way, it's a pretty good pop tune.


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-14 02:50 [#02621559]
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took 2 sec to google I guess it is Kelis. Never heard the
name myself, but I haven't listened to the radio since 1997


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-14 02:51 [#02621560]
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I've also never heard a single track by kanye west, outside
of probably a movie or commercial. I couldn't name one


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-14 02:53 [#02621561]
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the last song i remember turning the radio on for was
bush- machinehead. 1994. I was 10. I really liked that song
when I was 10 man.


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2022-10-14 02:54 [#02621562]
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listening to it now and it's pretty legit good


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-19 05:37 [#02621659]
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yes, i got it very early on into the years of mp3 adventure.
that, fact, i've actually seen bush in concert, and they
obligatorily played this song, arguably their biggest hit.
filter and chevelle were opening up. richard patrick is a
twat


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2022-10-19 05:38 [#02621660]
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LAZY_TITLE

Home Buyers Flock to Florida Cities Devastated by
Hurricane Ian

‘It’s pretty much business as usual,’ one agent says;
area damaged by storm had experienced sharp price
run-up


...then it's a paywall, but yes, this matches my more
limited observations


 


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