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Hey klikker... Did you know the pinkertons were once hired to discredit Senator Smoot as a dirty polygamist mormon?
Now you do!

I did not know that, but it is not surprising.

Oh, and seriously, send me your thesis in PDF form when you're done, I wanna read it.
done.

Do ewe mean "done," as in you are going to, or you already did? Because my inbox is woefully empty.
going to... I still have to finish the fucker.
Unless you want two chapters

Naw, I prefer the finished product. And, I know that I lack tenure, blablabla, but seriously, if you need any second reads, or have any sections you want me to look over before you commit them to your committee, don't hesitate to send them my way. I'm only teaching one class this term, and would be psyched to see what you're up to.

I heard what you don't know could fill a bucket.


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woo!


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?


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Yeah, axe arm was a total fail, on top of which it was so heavy I think I may have broken my arm. Not sure how it can be fixed, so my ice season is over. I just paid $250 to go to GOI to drink beer and watch. :/

Boo!
That is kinda lame. I think you need a new mod.


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Yeah, axe arm was a total fail, on top of which it was so heavy I think I may have broken my arm. Not sure how it can be fixed, so my ice season is over. I just paid $250 to go to GOI to drink beer and watch. :/

Boo!
That is kinda lame. I think you need a new mod.
Like, new arm or new tool?


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?
I wouldn't know. I haven't had less than a cup of coffee per day since I was twelve.


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

what time of day? 3-4pm?

I would have guessed that 12oz 4 days a week wouldn't create the dependence and the withdrawal. Maybe you're more sensitive to caffeine though.


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Yeah, axe arm was a total fail, on top of which it was so heavy I think I may have broken my arm. Not sure how it can be fixed, so my ice season is over. I just paid $250 to go to GOI to drink beer and watch. :/

Boo!
That is kinda lame. I think you need a new mod.
Like, new arm or new tool?
probably new tool.
can you post the pics of the current and useless axe-arm?


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

what time of day? 3-4pm?

I would have guessed that 12oz 4 days a week wouldn't create the dependence and the withdrawal. Maybe you're more sensitive to caffeine though.
Yeah, right about. But not on my first day off, it happens on the second and keeps going into the third, at which point I break down and make myself a coffee.


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

Yes. Just give in, and drink one cup every day, and you'll be fine. At least until the apocalypse cuts off our coffee supply and we all kill ourselves.


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Yeah, axe arm was a total fail, on top of which it was so heavy I think I may have broken my arm. Not sure how it can be fixed, so my ice season is over. I just paid $250 to go to GOI to drink beer and watch. :/
sucks


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

Yes. Just give in, and drink one cup every day, and you'll be fine. At least until the apocalypse cuts off our coffee supply and we all kill ourselves.
Well, feck. I suppose there's worse addictions to have.


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

Doubtuful if it were in the AM. I can't really say for certain as I've been drinking a mix of caf and non caf tea lately.


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

Yes. Just give in, and drink one cup every day, and you'll be fine. At least until the apocalypse cuts off our coffee supply and we all kill ourselves.
Well, feck. I suppose there's worse addictions to have.

Seriously, science sez that you're way better off with a cup of coffee a day than a bottle of soda a day. As long as you are not sweetening and creaming it too much.


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

Yes. Just give in, and drink one cup every day, and you'll be fine. At least until the apocalypse cuts off our coffee supply and we all kill ourselves.
Well, feck. I suppose there's worse addictions to have.

Seriously, science sez that you're way better off with a cup of coffee a day than a bottle of soda a day. As long as you are not sweetening and creaming it too much.
We did kick soda to the curb. I probably add two teaspoons of sugar and close to two tablespoons of cream to my mug. I drink my coffee like a boss chick.


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

Doubtuful if it were in the AM. I can't really say for certain as I've been drinking a mix of caf and non caf tea lately.
I drink a metric butt ton of green tea. I credit that for why I'm not getting sick this winter, any season I'm good at drinking tea I never get sicker than the sniffles. It's probably staying hydrated more than the tea itself, but whatever.

We get free tazo tea at work, I probably put away two boxes a week.


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

Doubtuful if it were in the AM. I can't really say for certain as I've been drinking a mix of caf and non caf tea lately.
I drink a metric butt ton of green tea. I credit that for why I'm not getting sick this winter, any season I'm good at drinking tea I never get sicker than the sniffles. It's probably staying hydrated more than the tea itself, but whatever.

We get free tazo tea at work, I probably put away two boxes a week.

Now we get the whole story...


See. 12 oz of coffee in the AM is not enough to trigger a headache, but tons of tea... yeah. All the caffeine in the tea that you're not drinking when you're not at work may also contribute to the caffeine withdrawal headaches that you speak of...


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

Doubtuful if it were in the AM. I can't really say for certain as I've been drinking a mix of caf and non caf tea lately.
I drink a metric butt ton of green tea. I credit that for why I'm not getting sick this winter, any season I'm good at drinking tea I never get sicker than the sniffles. It's probably staying hydrated more than the tea itself, but whatever.

We get free tazo tea at work, I probably put away two boxes a week.

Now we get the whole story...


See. 12 oz of coffee in the AM is not enough to trigger a headache, but tons of tea... yeah. All the caffeine in the tea that you're not drinking when you're not at work may also contribute to the caffeine withdrawal headaches that you speak of...
Well, I still drink a ton of tea at home too, the only difference is the coffee.


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

I got them after drinking little cups of coffee that the trades guys would buy me when I was supervising. I think it has more to do with the frequency than the amount.


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In an orgy of consumerism, went to teh pattagucci outlet in dillon yesterday for their 40% off already stupid cheap shit sale. Got a gnu florescent blue r1 hoody and a pair of hideous (drivel would be proud) board shorts of orange and blue houndstooth.

Pictures, or it didn't happen!
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ask and ye shall receive.

The new duds are fine, but the 1960s beige fixtures and hideous dark wood cabinets have got to go.

A kitchen remodel - now that's real consumerism. The economy needs you to fix up yer shabby kitchen NOW. Why you hatez America?

GO

is that an avocado green stove?

Yes, yes it is. Our appliances and kitchen cabinets are older than we are. Faux wood paneling with plastic drawers.

My kitchen has been the same since 1957. The cabinets are all original. The appliances thankfully are new.er

No way. The only thing in Vegas that dates to 1957 is, well, nothing.

GO

Except for some of the escorts? They'll date back to whatever, as long as the price is right. double entendre FTW!

Not-funny on Tuesday! But nice try.


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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

Yes. Just give in, and drink one cup every day, and you'll be fine. At least until the apocalypse cuts off our coffee supply and we all kill ourselves.
Well, feck. I suppose there's worse addictions to have.

Seriously, science sez that you're way better off with a cup of coffee a day than a bottle of soda a day. As long as you are not sweetening and creaming it too much.

Yep. Even though I don't drink it much, I see no reason whatsoever why you should drink coffee on some days, but not on others, if you like the taste of coffee and it makes you feel better.


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On the subject of coffee:




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COFFEE FIENDS: I work 4 days on, 3 off. On my work days, I have a 12 oz coffee. I don't drink coffee on my days off, but by the end of my second day off I've been getting headaches. Is one mug of coffee a day really enough to get caffeine withdrawal headaches?

Yes. Just give in, and drink one cup every day, and you'll be fine. At least until the apocalypse cuts off our coffee supply and we all kill ourselves.

Only coffee on the weekends for me. I can deal with the headaches from lack of tea, but the ones from coffee are really terrible.


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Man, I haven't had such a lazy Sunday in ages! Feels good to be lazy once in a while. Made some progress on my jean quilt. it would be nice to finally have it done, bc my "design board" is my bedroom floor.

Went to the gym this afternoon to do some wall stripping and setting. The request was for a "hard" route. It is difficult for me to gauge the grade while setting, and it has happened more than once that i have planned to make a hard route and ended up with a moderate that requires some tweaking to "harden"
it. So I finish setting, and ask a guy to give me a catch. Run though the route, it turned out really nice, flows well, but I think, maybe not quite hard, maybe hard minus... Which in our gym-speak corresponds to ~11b/c.

Meanwhile, a visiting guy has been walking circles around the construction cones, dying to try this new route. So he get's on it, and falls on the 1st move. And 3rd move, and 5th move, and 6th move... you get the idea. Comes down and pronounces it to be a "solid 5.12, really sustained, one hard move after another". Not sure, if you can call a 25ft climb a sustained anything, but... heh! Another guy gets on it, same thing... apparently it is harder than I thought. They both like the route, at least that much is good. But now I am wondering if my difficulty gauge really needs recalibrating, or if I had just set one of those "easy-for-people-between-4'10"-and-5'2"-difficult-for-everyone-else" routes.

Grading gym routes. Such a fun exercise!

We have the setters post up what they think the route is/should be, then go 1-2 letters above and below and have check-boxes next to the grades. After a week, the highest grade is set and that's what the route is graded. Keeps routes appropriately graded.

I think that gym routes should go through double-blind peer review processes for grading. Actually, that should go for outside routes, too. It really is the only sensible option.
It works really well and you know what you're getting on when you get on it.

Maybe works for a large gym, but too much hassle in a gym like ours. Having setters initial and date the climbs they set is as much of an effort as we are able to consistently enforce.

For a hard climb, there might not be enough people to give a grade opinion consensus on it for a few weeks. And by then, every person who has any business being on the route has already tried the route and formed his/her own opinion that is not going to change, no matter what everyone else says.

besides, what's the worst thing that is going to happen if you attempt to toprope a climb that is too hard? Nothing is hurtzed, other than dignitteh, tendons, and butts.

And the cheesetitties?

looked like a standard edit to me.

True, if Lena wasn't a female mod who is pretty cool, we would have told her to GTFO ages ago.

I'm not really sure how the mod thing works in her favor.


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Yeah, axe arm was a total fail, on top of which it was so heavy I think I may have broken my arm. Not sure how it can be fixed, so my ice season is over. I just paid $250 to go to GOI to drink beer and watch. :/

when you say "broken my arm" ... you may have broken the axe arm, or the actual bones in your upper arm?

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