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chossmonkey


Nov 27, 2009, 3:23 PM
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obsessed wrote:
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Buckets is doing whatever the hell buckets does.
Right now GU'n 18 pages. And while you shit headz are about to eat turkey I'm at work!

Hard at work I see.
Yep finally had an easy afternoon. jealuz?
Yes.


chossmonkey


Nov 27, 2009, 3:25 PM
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obsessed wrote:
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obsessed wrote:
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carabiner96 wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
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Hey Jeff, what's on your mind for Friday?
I'm not checking the forecase because it's too early, but there prolly won't be ice to any meaningful degree.

Rock works. Ice is bettah. Maybe geerz for both.
60% chance of rain.
It's going to change six times before Friday.

To snow.

to ice,
if gawd willz it.

I scoped out bear creek falls today. It's not ready.

[image]http://lh4.ggpht.com/_5V8Iv_k34wI/R9fqhDj8IoI/AAAAAAAAAfU/zx6sNJHFrUw/s512/IMG_8996.JPG[/image]

(someone elses pic, but imagine how awesome it will be frozen!
Something that high volume will take some time. Fortunately, or unfortunately it is pretty low angle so it should ice up pretty quickly compared to something steeper.

Churt
I need to post you a cpl pictures I saw on Brents computer when he was showing me some others. Him and his buddies were at this falls last spring and I'm wondering if it would be any good. Its really close to my house.
I have to do that from home
Battlefield?
I don't know, how does this look?
[IMG]http://i204.photobucket.com/albums/bb141/spygirl_5/p_00058.jpg[/IMG]
Not too much like battlefield, though I have only seen that from the road. There is another maybe falkners? There was a sweet dagger there when we went and looked.


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Nov 27, 2009, 4:10 PM
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chossmonkey wrote:
obsessed wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
obsessed wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Hey Jeff, what's on your mind for Friday?
I'm not checking the forecase because it's too early, but there prolly won't be ice to any meaningful degree.

Rock works. Ice is bettah. Maybe geerz for both.
60% chance of rain.
It's going to change six times before Friday.

To snow.

to ice,
if gawd willz it.

I scoped out bear creek falls today. It's not ready.

[image]http://lh4.ggpht.com/_5V8Iv_k34wI/R9fqhDj8IoI/AAAAAAAAAfU/zx6sNJHFrUw/s512/IMG_8996.JPG[/image]

(someone elses pic, but imagine how awesome it will be frozen!
Something that high volume will take some time. Fortunately, or unfortunately it is pretty low angle so it should ice up pretty quickly compared to something steeper.

Churt
I need to post you a cpl pictures I saw on Brents computer when he was showing me some others. Him and his buddies were at this falls last spring and I'm wondering if it would be any good. Its really close to my house.
I have to do that from home
Battlefield?
I don't know, how does this look?
[IMG]http://i204.photobucket.com/albums/bb141/spygirl_5/p_00058.jpg[/IMG]
Not too much like battlefield, though I have only seen that from the road. There is another maybe falkners? There was a sweet dagger there when we went and looked.
I just asked him. Yeah its felkers


tripperjm


Nov 27, 2009, 6:38 PM
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Well kids, my computer is still infected, haven't had time to do anything about it... so in my dispair I've been climbing a bunch. Just rolled in from the crag and Mari has a couple of friends over for the night. One of her friends left her laptop on the dining room table.... I have stolen it and hiding up in my room until the young lady notices it missing.

Lots of shit to tell you guys.... still I'm 50+ pages back so... i guess the stories will have to wait. Time to GU, might have to pull on a few slings though, still, hope you guys had something worth reading.

oh yea,

just in case I forget,

not tring to be mushy,

still,

have to say......


missed you guys.

well, let's see if I can get through a few pages before I get found out.


tripperjm


Nov 27, 2009, 6:45 PM
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wanderlustmd wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Where's GG these days?
Still working on the patio?

you fucking donny. potato fucker was right, you don't read these at awl.

she's at teh gunks. with jake.
the fact that I skim is nothing new. I thought that was a weekend thing.

Play in traffic fuckwad,
Matt

Still, skimming is teh weke.

oh and I just noticed, I'm not 50 pages down, I'm 70 down.


tripperjm


Nov 27, 2009, 6:48 PM
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clausti wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
clausti wrote:
epoch wrote:
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Seriously, fuck all you guys, I'm funny.

Not going to sign my name,

Paul

I think yore hilarious.

Eat shit,
Matt

well, its settled. kamhed's not funny.


i think he's funny. but then, i also put his ____ in my _____.


in the spirit of teh great olddonny,

cla

heh,

Fill In The Blanks

Cheers!
Jay

if you can figure it out, i'm sure everyone else can, too.

smooches,

cla

I figured it out a while ago. I just wanted to revisit that payge. I get a good chuckle out of it.

toodles,
Jay


that is a funny payge.

sugar kisses,

cla

What the fuck are sugar kisses?

Shitting daffodils into the gingerbread outhouse,
Paul
LOL

Ha! WMD thinkz I'z funny!

And WHAT is the deal with airline food? I mean, really, if I wanted to eat reheated frozen stuff I would just have my wife cook! Do I look like a schlamiel? ZING!

i made the food before i frozed it.

my ass looks better when i doynt buy wendy's for lunch,

cla

Well, uhmmm, ahh....

maybe you could post up a pic, so we can decide?


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Nov 27, 2009, 6:53 PM
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hey, does it count as GU if I skimmed over that entire page that partygirl vomited all over yesterday?

The klamheads went to Thanksgiving in Cleveland. I made good pie. We went and saw Lake Erie in a fricking polar windstorm. Clausti's ass still looks nice, but I have no pics appropriate for Jack to see. As soon as I've photoshopped long hair onto her, I'll send him one. Next two days are prolly going to be the last nice das of the year at the Red, but I'm stuck grading exams.


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Nov 27, 2009, 7:05 PM
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chossmonkey wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
Obsequiousness and Ball Cuppage

http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/5727375/

I'm glad I wasn't drinking anything. I think I would have shot it out my nose and ruined the computer.

I am having problems eating while watching. "May I... cup your ballz?"


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Nov 27, 2009, 7:26 PM
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caughtinside wrote:
I am still BANZed from four of the website forums. like announcements.

Ha! Yore banzpayne pleases me.

Still a long way to go in this GU.


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Nov 27, 2009, 7:28 PM
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dominic7 wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
I am still BANZed from four of the website forums. like announcements.

Ha! Yore banzpayne pleases me.

Still a long way to go in this GU.

the post-vakashun GU is not an easy won.


wanderlustmd


Nov 27, 2009, 8:40 PM
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tripperjm wrote:
Well kids, my computer is still infected, haven't had time to do anything about it... so in my dispair I've been climbing a bunch. Just rolled in from the crag and Mari has a couple of friends over for the night. One of her friends left her laptop on the dining room table.... I have stolen it and hiding up in my room until the young lady notices it missing.

Lots of shit to tell you guys.... still I'm 50+ pages back so... i guess the stories will have to wait. Time to GU, might have to pull on a few slings though, still, hope you guys had something worth reading.

oh yea,

just in case I forget,

not tring to be mushy,

still,

have to say......


missed you guys.

well, let's see if I can get through a few pages before I get found out.
Jack cdb?


curt


Nov 27, 2009, 8:44 PM
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wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Well kids, my computer is still infected, haven't had time to do anything about it... so in my dispair I've been climbing a bunch. Just rolled in from the crag and Mari has a couple of friends over for the night. One of her friends left her laptop on the dining room table.... I have stolen it and hiding up in my room until the young lady notices it missing.

Lots of shit to tell you guys.... still I'm 50+ pages back so... i guess the stories will have to wait. Time to GU, might have to pull on a few slings though, still, hope you guys had something worth reading.

oh yea,

just in case I forget,

not tring to be mushy,

still,

have to say......


missed you guys.

well, let's see if I can get through a few pages before I get found out.
Jack cdb?

hugely.

Curt


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Nov 28, 2009, 7:24 AM
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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^


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Nov 28, 2009, 11:02 AM
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dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^
I was suckered into reading that...


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dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^


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camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Freshman Orientation to PhD - some things never change.Wink


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camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.


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sungam wrote:
camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

tried that. only way it would have worked would have been to put them all together separately into one pdf (i.e., when I tried to combine multiple docs into one doc, it failzed to retain the numbering patterns), which I could not figure out how to do at that time.


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Nov 28, 2009, 2:09 PM
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camhead wrote:
sungam wrote:
camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

tried that. only way it would have worked would have been to put them all together separately into one pdf (i.e., when I tried to combine multiple docs into one doc, it failzed to retain the numbering patterns), which I could not figure out how to do at that time.

Print both docs to pdf. Open one of them. Document -> Insert Pages.


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Nov 28, 2009, 2:18 PM
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snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
sungam wrote:
camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

tried that. only way it would have worked would have been to put them all together separately into one pdf (i.e., when I tried to combine multiple docs into one doc, it failzed to retain the numbering patterns), which I could not figure out how to do at that time.

Print both docs to pdf. Open one of them. Document -> Insert Pages.

cool. I'll do that next time I have to submit a dissertation. I hope that next time something like that comes up, though, I'll have fricking editors to do that schit.


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Nov 28, 2009, 3:17 PM
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snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
sungam wrote:
camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

tried that. only way it would have worked would have been to put them all together separately into one pdf (i.e., when I tried to combine multiple docs into one doc, it failzed to retain the numbering patterns), which I could not figure out how to do at that time.

Print both docs to pdf. Open one of them. Document -> Insert Pages.

yeah, i did recently figure out that on macs you can open multiple documents in preview and combine them by virtue of just dragging the relevant pages from one sidebar to the next. but i didn't know that at the time.


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Nov 28, 2009, 5:23 PM
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Well kids, my computer is still infected, haven't had time to do anything about it... so in my dispair I've been climbing a bunch. Just rolled in from the crag and Mari has a couple of friends over for the night. One of her friends left her laptop on the dining room table.... I have stolen it and hiding up in my room until the young lady notices it missing.

Lots of shit to tell you guys.... still I'm 50+ pages back so... i guess the stories will have to wait. Time to GU, might have to pull on a few slings though, still, hope you guys had something worth reading.

oh yea,

just in case I forget,

not tring to be mushy,

still,

have to say......


missed you guys.

well, let's see if I can get through a few pages before I get found out.

#15!!!!


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Nov 28, 2009, 5:32 PM
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We went to the seekret krag today. The weather was really shitty so we ended up not climbing. Just did a bunch of trail work and then pulled all our gear out.

Checked out one of the leads for a gnu seekret krag. It was okay, but I think I want to keep shopping.


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Played in teh alpine stuffts on teh mountain behind my parent's house today. It was fucking cold, with a 25mph wind and 40 - 50 mph gusts. It was gUd. Now off to birthday dinner for Mom.


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It was snowing at the seekret krag. In between the rain of course.


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I'm getting rid of my photobucket account. Links will be broken...

Cest la vie.


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obsessed wrote:
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obsessed wrote:
Anyone ever owned a Subaru?

I have the Legacy Outback
Oh yeah. Did you have that when I was there the first time?
And do you like it?

I think I did. it's ok. I liked my Toyota better.


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chossmonkey wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
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Anyone ever owned a Subaru?

I have the Legacy Outvack

Outvack?


Is that the one with the built in vaccume?

So trendy!!

Nah. Just the one where I can't spell


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Nov 29, 2009, 5:03 AM
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epoch wrote:
Me waaaaannnnntttttt.

I've got some friends in the Norries right now, can't wait to hear back from them.


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epoch wrote:
I'm getting rid of my photobucket account. Links will be broken...

Cest la vie.

WHy?


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snoopy138 wrote:
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I am still BANZed from four of the website forums. like announcements.

Ha! Yore banzpayne pleases me.

Still a long way to go in this GU.

the post-vakashun GU is not an easy won.

It is not.
And I only have three pages to gU.


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camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
sungam wrote:
camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

tried that. only way it would have worked would have been to put them all together separately into one pdf (i.e., when I tried to combine multiple docs into one doc, it failzed to retain the numbering patterns), which I could not figure out how to do at that time.

Print both docs to pdf. Open one of them. Document -> Insert Pages.

cool. I'll do that next time I have to submit a dissertation. I hope that next time something like that comes up, though, I'll have fricking editors to do that schit.

This party just took a turn for the douchenerd.


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chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
I'm getting rid of my photobucket account. Links will be broken...

Cest la vie.

WHy?

Damn it. No chance of establishing a franchise here.


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Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.


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sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.
Ice is nada so far.
They are talking about colder temps this coming week, but down here it's still supposed to be in the mid-40s.

It should be coming in within the next few weeks (I'd hope!)


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wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.
Ice is nada so far.
They are talking about colder temps this coming week, but down here it's still supposed to be in the mid-40s.

It should be coming in within the next few weeks (I'd hope!)
Cool, sounds like our forcast a week or two ago. There's no ice yet, it' all super thin hoar and frozen turf.

BTW, I know I should GU or get a better memory, but are you a student/what do you work as?


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wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.
Ice is nada so far.
They are talking about colder temps this coming week, but down here it's still supposed to be in the mid-40s.

It should be coming in within the next few weeks (I'd hope!)

I think I'm going to get day 1 this week. Though I still can't feel my fingers after climbing this weekend.


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sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.
Ice is nada so far.
They are talking about colder temps this coming week, but down here it's still supposed to be in the mid-40s.

It should be coming in within the next few weeks (I'd hope!)
Cool, sounds like our forcast a week or two ago. There's no ice yet, it' all super thin hoar and frozen turf.

BTW, I know I should GU or get a better memory, but are you a student/what do you work as?
I'm in a teacher certification program, so I work in a classroom and take classes. I make a bit of money as a freelance writer.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.
Ice is nada so far.
They are talking about colder temps this coming week, but down here it's still supposed to be in the mid-40s.

It should be coming in within the next few weeks (I'd hope!)
Cool, sounds like our forcast a week or two ago. There's no ice yet, it' all super thin hoar and frozen turf.

BTW, I know I should GU or get a better memory, but are you a student/what do you work as?
I'm in a teacher certification program, so I work in a classroom and take classes. I make a bit of money as a freelance writer.
So you're hoping to be a teacher, right?

Jezez fukin christ. I sound like Oprah doing an interview. It's sad days when procrastination come to this.


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sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.
Ice is nada so far.
They are talking about colder temps this coming week, but down here it's still supposed to be in the mid-40s.

It should be coming in within the next few weeks (I'd hope!)
Cool, sounds like our forcast a week or two ago. There's no ice yet, it' all super thin hoar and frozen turf.

BTW, I know I should GU or get a better memory, but are you a student/what do you work as?
I'm in a teacher certification program, so I work in a classroom and take classes. I make a bit of money as a freelance writer.
So you're hoping to be a teacher, right?

Jezez fukin christ. I sound like Oprah doing an interview. It's sad days when procrastination come to this.

You could take her job. She is retiring, after all.


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carabiner96 wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.
Ice is nada so far.
They are talking about colder temps this coming week, but down here it's still supposed to be in the mid-40s.

It should be coming in within the next few weeks (I'd hope!)
Cool, sounds like our forcast a week or two ago. There's no ice yet, it' all super thin hoar and frozen turf.

BTW, I know I should GU or get a better memory, but are you a student/what do you work as?
I'm in a teacher certification program, so I work in a classroom and take classes. I make a bit of money as a freelance writer.
So you're hoping to be a teacher, right?

Jezez fukin christ. I sound like Oprah doing an interview. It's sad days when procrastination come to this.

You could take her job. She is retiring, after all.
I would make a fucking awesome Oprah. It would be a mix of the current Oprah and of Chopper "harden the fuck up" Reid.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.
Ice is nada so far.
They are talking about colder temps this coming week, but down here it's still supposed to be in the mid-40s.

It should be coming in within the next few weeks (I'd hope!)
Cool, sounds like our forcast a week or two ago. There's no ice yet, it' all super thin hoar and frozen turf.

BTW, I know I should GU or get a better memory, but are you a student/what do you work as?
I'm in a teacher certification program, so I work in a classroom and take classes. I make a bit of money as a freelance writer.
So you're hoping to be a teacher, right?

Jezez fukin christ. I sound like Oprah doing an interview. It's sad days when procrastination come to this.
No, just doing the teacher certification for fun. You brainless twit.

Wink

Yes, I'll be certified for grades K-8, if they don't kick me out of the program.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.
Ice is nada so far.
They are talking about colder temps this coming week, but down here it's still supposed to be in the mid-40s.

It should be coming in within the next few weeks (I'd hope!)
Cool, sounds like our forcast a week or two ago. There's no ice yet, it' all super thin hoar and frozen turf.

BTW, I know I should GU or get a better memory, but are you a student/what do you work as?
I'm in a teacher certification program, so I work in a classroom and take classes. I make a bit of money as a freelance writer.
So you're hoping to be a teacher, right?

Jezez fukin christ. I sound like Oprah doing an interview. It's sad days when procrastination come to this.
No, just doing the teacher certification for fun. You brainless twit.

Wink

Yes, I'll be certified for grades K-8, if they don't kick me out of the program.
Key plan. I always thought that would be a great job. You don't have to mark homework like you would if you tought highschool, and you still get massive holidays to go climbing.


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chossmonkey wrote:
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I'm getting rid of my photobucket account. Links will be broken...

Cest la vie.

WHy?
picassa is readily accessable from the new yuppie phone, and I like the interface better. Those last two shots were taken from the fone.

I'm accomodating my life to a product that I purchased. And it makes sense to me.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Eye argh awl bettah nao. Landing in pwm on thyme. I have learnt to not push schedules while on personal travel. Nao, if the company is paying, I am ok with missing planes due to chort layovers.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.
Ice is nada so far.
They are talking about colder temps this coming week, but down here it's still supposed to be in the mid-40s.

It should be coming in within the next few weeks (I'd hope!)
it had tew weight until eye was free from kid.


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epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
I'm getting rid of my photobucket account. Links will be broken...

Cest la vie.

WHy?
picassa is readily accessable from the new yuppie phone, and I like the interface better. Those last two shots were taken from the fone.

I'm accomodating my life to a product that I purchased. And it makes sense to me.
That is ghey


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chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
I'm getting rid of my photobucket account. Links will be broken...

Cest la vie.

WHy?
picassa is readily accessable from the new yuppie phone, and I like the interface better. Those last two shots were taken from the fone.

I'm accomodating my life to a product that I purchased. And it makes sense to me.
That is ghey

yes. Just keep both.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
I'm getting rid of my photobucket account. Links will be broken...

Cest la vie.

WHy?
picassa is readily accessable from the new yuppie phone, and I like the interface better. Those last two shots were taken from the fone.

I'm accomodating my life to a product that I purchased. And it makes sense to me.
That is ghey

yes. Just keep both.
Photobucket is pretty expensive.


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I'm back in Maine, bitches!


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chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
I'm getting rid of my photobucket account. Links will be broken...

Cest la vie.

WHy?
picassa is readily accessable from the new yuppie phone, and I like the interface better. Those last two shots were taken from the fone.

I'm accomodating my life to a product that I purchased. And it makes sense to me.
That is ghey
I knew how it sounded when I wrote it.

Besides, there's too much clutter on photobucket. I like the layout of picassa.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
I'm getting rid of my photobucket account. Links will be broken...

Cest la vie.

WHy?
picassa is readily accessable from the new yuppie phone, and I like the interface better. Those last two shots were taken from the fone.

I'm accomodating my life to a product that I purchased. And it makes sense to me.
That is ghey

yes. Just keep both.
One or the other. It's not like my linked images will be missed. I have them saved on my computer and they will return when needed. The security of picassa is also better than photobucket, imo.


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I'm back in Maine, bitches!

not something to brag about


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If you didn't see it on stalkbook, I had some issues leaving reno this morning.

Got to the airport on time, went upstairs to get to the plane and the line was, no shit, 70 yards long. TSA hadn't yet showed up to werk fully and they knew it was going to be a busy travel day.

Got on the plane on time, and we pull away from the gate. 100m from the runway we come to a dead stop. The navigation computer wasn't working. They tried a remote boot from the home office half-the-country away - and then we returned to the gayte where a tech came aboard and replaced it. People on the plane were panicing about missing connections. I did well and gave myself about 2 hours for each of my layovers. Got to PHX laaaaate.

Everything else went well.

I am home, and still on West Coast Party time. So I doubt that I'll be asleep before 3am. Which is great, since I now need to start getting to werk on time or early. Early if i want to bank some time so that I can enjoy the winter. So I need to be at work at 6 or so. Yeah, next week is going to suck.

Rambling on, so I'll just shut up now and go through the past week's mail.


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I'm back in Maine, bitches!

not something to brag about

Tell me about it.

Oh and fuckoff. I don't have anything to francis you with.


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I'm back in Maine, bitches!

Jeluz!

what?


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If you didn't see it on stalkbook,

I didn't see it! I'd like to keep it that way. Thanks.


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epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
sungam wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.
Ice is nada so far.
They are talking about colder temps this coming week, but down here it's still supposed to be in the mid-40s.

It should be coming in within the next few weeks (I'd hope!)
it had tew weight until eye was free from kid.
eat shit!!


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epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
I'm getting rid of my photobucket account. Links will be broken...

Cest la vie.

WHy?
picassa is readily accessable from the new yuppie phone, and I like the interface better. Those last two shots were taken from the fone.

I'm accomodating my life to a product that I purchased. And it makes sense to me.
That is ghey
I knew how it sounded when I wrote it.

Besides, there's too much clutter on photobucket. I like the layout of picassa.
Picasa is better.


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If you didn't see it on stalkbook, I had some issues leaving reno this morning.

Got to the airport on time, went upstairs to get to the plane and the line was, no shit, 70 yards long. TSA hadn't yet showed up to werk fully and they knew it was going to be a busy travel day.

Got on the plane on time, and we pull away from the gate. 100m from the runway we come to a dead stop. The navigation computer wasn't working. They tried a remote boot from the home office half-the-country away - and then we returned to the gayte where a tech came aboard and replaced it. People on the plane were panicing about missing connections. I did well and gave myself about 2 hours for each of my layovers. Got to PHX laaaaate.

Everything else went well.

I am home, and still on West Coast Party time. So I doubt that I'll be asleep before 3am. Which is great, since I now need to start getting to werk on time or early. Early if i want to bank some time so that I can enjoy the winter. So I need to be at work at 6 or so. Yeah, next week is going to suck.

Rambling on, so I'll just shut up now and go through the past week's mail.
Eat shit!!


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epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
I'm back in Maine, bitches!

not something to brag about

Tell me about it.

Oh and fuckoff. I don't have anything to francis you with.
holiday protekshunz?


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I don't know how I feel about limestone. Chossy as shit and my hands still hurt from those awful pockets. Blargh. I miss my schist and granite.


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I don't know how I feel about limestone. Chossy as shit and my hands still hurt from those awful pockets. Blargh. I miss my schist and granite.
oh noz!


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I don't know how I feel about limestone. Chossy as shit and my hands still hurt from those awful pockets. Blargh. I miss my schist and granite.

That's God's own stone you are complaining about.

Suck it up. Climbing at different areas on different rock makes you a better climber.


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my hands

I am cromfuzed.


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I don't know how I feel about limestone. Chossy as shit and my hands still hurt from those awful pockets. Blargh. I miss my schist and granite.

That's God's own stone you are complaining about.

Suck it up. Climbing at different areas on different rock makes you a better climber.

Mal told me I could get to Penitente in under three hours with some crazy backroads driving. Might check it out next week.


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my hands

I am cromfuzed.

Sorry...one hand and one bloody stump. I forgot to bring extra tape and had to get creative on day 2.


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carabiner96 wrote:
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carabiner96 wrote:
I don't know how I feel about limestone. Chossy as shit and my hands still hurt from those awful pockets. Blargh. I miss my schist and granite.

That's God's own stone you are complaining about.

Suck it up. Climbing at different areas on different rock makes you a better climber.

Mal told me I could get to Penitente in under three hours with some crazy backroads driving. Might check it out next week.

You do realize that Penitente climbing involves sharp rhyolite edges and pockets, right? Just curious.

Curt


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carabiner96 wrote:
I don't know how I feel about limestone. Chossy as shit and my hands still hurt from those awful pockets. Blargh. I miss my schist and granite.

That's God's own stone you are complaining about.

Suck it up. Climbing at different areas on different rock makes you a better climber.

Mal told me I could get to Penitente in under three hours with some crazy backroads driving. Might check it out next week.

You do realize that Penitente climbing involves sharp rhyolite edges and pockets, right? Just curious.

Curt

Yes. I need to bleed out my pussyness.


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Trying to teach the dog how to speak on command. It's a noisy affair.


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Trying to teach the dog how to speak on command. It's a noisy affair.

I had one of those once


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Trying to teach the dog how to speak on command. It's a noisy affair.

why would you want to teach a dog to bark more.... shouldn't he be working on not eating shit he's not supposed to?


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curt wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
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carabiner96 wrote:
I don't know how I feel about limestone. Chossy as shit and my hands still hurt from those awful pockets. Blargh. I miss my schist and granite.

That's God's own stone you are complaining about.

Suck it up. Climbing at different areas on different rock makes you a better climber.

Mal told me I could get to Penitente in under three hours with some crazy backroads driving. Might check it out next week.

You do realize that Penitente climbing involves sharp rhyolite edges and pockets, right? Just curious.

Curt

Yes. I need to bleed out my pussyness.

Aunt Flo is at the krag?


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hey, does it count as GU if I skimmed over that entire page that partygirl vomited all over yesterday?
Skimming is a valid form of GUing, but your not supposed to admit you do it and try not to look like an idiot when something you skimmed over comes back and you don't understand what's going on.


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So, I watched a movie last night about a girl who's fiance left her when she told him she had sucked off her dog in college.

Pretty entertaining.

What was the dog's name?


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Turkey weekend. Mah favorite.

I plan on gaining 10 pounds in 4 hours, then driving to shelf road at 4 am to go climbing. Muah.

I've never been to Shelf, but isn't it on the opposite side of the rockies? how far a drive?

How far is Penitente? summer area? The photos of that place always looked pretty cool.

Shelf is 5 hours...yup, other side. Mal and some other gimps are going to be there, so it should be worth the drive (wonderboy got an invite, but I still don't know if he's coming. There could be some colorful posts on sunday night...)

Never heard of Penitente, will do some research!

[shameless name dropping]Bob D'Antonio will be there too. I had dinner last night with him, Mal and Pat Ament.[/shameless name dropping]

Bob is writing the new guidebook to Shelf--and put in a few new routes there last weekend.

Curt

Introduce yourself as Reno (or thorne) and watch bob *shit pants in rage*


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I don't know how I feel about limestone. Chossy as shit and my hands still hurt from those awful pockets. Blargh. I miss my schist and granite.
Sounds like it needs some comfortizing.


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Trying to teach the dog how to speak on command. It's a noisy affair.
I think you need to teach a dog how to be quiet before you should allow him to speak.


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PSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHTTTTTTTT

Belay on. Over.

PSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHTTTTTTTT

When I go hiking with my brother-in-law, the dude just flies at a pace much faster than me. Bastard doesn't wait up. So I got the walkie talkies so at least I know where he is.

So for about the first 3 times we went on rode rides. I did the same thing to him. Got my revenge! Well I did keep it so he could see me, and every so often I'd let him catch up.

But I've gotten over that now. Now I'll ride at his pace.


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PSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHTTTTTTTT

Belay on. Over.

PSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHTTTTTTTT

When I go hiking with my brother-in-law, the dude just flies at a pace much faster than me. Bastard doesn't wait up. So I got the walkie talkies so at least I know where he is.

So for about the first 3 times we went on rode rides. I did the same thing to him. Got my revenge! Well I did keep it so he could see me, and every so often I'd let him catch up.

But I've gotten over that now. Now I'll ride at his pace.
Nathan never waits for me. He likes to go off on side trails to check things out without telling me either. Then there was this one time I left him for dead when his bike broke down when were going out mtn biking with some other people. I didn't know where he went, but I just kept on going as per normal.


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Trying to teach the dog how to speak on command. It's a noisy affair.
I think you need to teach a dog how to be quiet before you should allow him to speak.

Burley has 'bad crag dog whose owners think he is adorable, cute great crag dog' written all over him.


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Turkey weekend. Mah favorite.
I haz to work tomorrow.

cuz yore canadian nao.
cdb

Ummmm....


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epoch wrote:
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curt wrote:
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Turkey weekend. Mah favorite.

I plan on gaining 10 pounds in 4 hours, then driving to shelf road at 4 am to go climbing. Muah.

That is actually a fun, albeit potentially disgusting plan.
I'm going to weigh myself tomorrow morning. And then as soon as I return home from the feast.

Disgusting? Not if 5 pounds get tacked onto each breast thigh. Some women are that way, you know...

Curt

Thanks for the reminder.
fixied

want a cheesetit with your turkey?

mmmm cheesetits.

Curt

Fixed. Don't drink and post.

Huh?


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Trying to teach the dog how to speak on command. It's a noisy affair.
I think you need to teach a dog how to be quiet before you should allow him to speak.

Burley has 'bad crag dog whose owners think he is adorable, cute great crag dog' written all over him.

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PSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHTTTTTTTT

Belay on. Over.

PSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHTTTTTTTT

what's with all the pictures of art?

Inkorect. Teh Art doesn't climb.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
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Turkey weekend. Mah favorite.
I haz to work tomorrow.

cuz yore canadian nao.
cdb

Ummmm....

zing?

Maybe just a tingle?


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
PSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHTTTTTTTT

Belay on. Over.

PSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHTTTTTTTT

what's with all the pictures of art?

Inkorect. Teh Art doesn't climb.

well, so far you've shown a picture of him belaying and a picture of him hanging


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Buckets is doing whatever the hell buckets does.
Right now GU'n 18 pages. And while you shit headz are about to eat turkey I'm at work!

If you would have CTd this post it would have been rather amuzing.


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Anyone ever owned a Subaru?

I have the Legacy Outvack
She does. She is quite efficient at tailgating and swearing at gnartarded tourons on the road around red rocks in it.

Oh, yore one of those drivers.


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Anyone ever owned a Subaru?

I have the Legacy Outvack
She does. She is quite efficient at tailgating and swearing at gnartarded tourons on the road around red rocks in it.

Oh, yore one of those drivers.

heh. I seem to recall a little swearing when we went on the Rough Ride.

But, I haven't seen blutarski drive, I've heard he swears a blue streak.

Heh. That first day I pulled into Red Rocks, I had been driving all day. I had that layer of driving sweat, and super clammy hands from being on the wheel. I shook blutarski's hand, and turned away. I looked back, and he had this horrified expression and was wiping his hand on his pantz. hahahaha!!!!


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*plonk*
I fucking hate when people chop up a post line for line

I know. What a bunch of morons.

Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
and make comments to each individual sentence,

All that work to make their stupid point
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none of which are ever funny.

What a bunch of fuckwads

Heh


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Well kids, my computer is still infected, haven't had time to do anything about it... so in my dispair I've been climbing a bunch. Just rolled in from the crag and Mari has a couple of friends over for the night. One of her friends left her laptop on the dining room table.... I have stolen it and hiding up in my room until the young lady notices it missing.

Lots of shit to tell you guys.... still I'm 50+ pages back so... i guess the stories will have to wait. Time to GU, might have to pull on a few slings though, still, hope you guys had something worth reading.

oh yea,

just in case I forget,

not tring to be mushy,

still,

have to say......


missed you guys.

well, let's see if I can get through a few pages before I get found out.

Mines got one too - I knew I shouldn't have visited that gay midget beastiality site. It's blocking Norton and Housecall from even running a scan. Any suggestions? (that's directed towards anyone but Jak of course)


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Well kids, my computer is still infected, haven't had time to do anything about it... so in my dispair I've been climbing a bunch. Just rolled in from the crag and Mari has a couple of friends over for the night. One of her friends left her laptop on the dining room table.... I have stolen it and hiding up in my room until the young lady notices it missing.

Lots of shit to tell you guys.... still I'm 50+ pages back so... i guess the stories will have to wait. Time to GU, might have to pull on a few slings though, still, hope you guys had something worth reading.

oh yea,

just in case I forget,

not tring to be mushy,

still,

have to say......


missed you guys.

well, let's see if I can get through a few pages before I get found out.

Mines got one too - I knew I shouldn't have visited that gay midget beastiality site. It's blocking Norton and Housecall from even running a scan. Any suggestions? (that's directed towards anyone but Jak of course)

I had the same shit, so I just saved off all my files to a USB drive (you'll probably need something larger with all yore pictures), and reinstalled windows.


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Obsequiousness and Ball Cuppage

http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/5727375/

I'm glad I wasn't drinking anything. I think I would have shot it out my nose and ruined the computer.

I am having problems eating while watching. "May I... cup your ballz?"

I make myself laff.


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I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

I figured it wasn't truly bitmap, but some form of it. Our scanner at work would return PDFs and they showed every smudge or crease in black. It was obviously a bitmap-like format. Which is quite different than converting to PDF in Word, where you can still go back and edit it. However, for resumes and whatnot I usually use the 'print' command, which gives it to you in a small non-editable PDF... that way is essentially a bitmap, no?


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dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

And yes, I expected to be called out, as I'm sure Word isn't a "vector format" either - but it was the best description I could come up with based off of engineering terminology.


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dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

I'll quote it one more time because I know these are the types of posts that people hate seeing.


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dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

PC++


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camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^

Or you could just click the button in Word that says to skip page 1, and move your cover page to a separate DOC. PDF both, then recombine in Acrobat.


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camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^

I'm not positive because I've never tried it, but perhaps setting the "Start at page:" option to '-1' might work too.


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dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

He's a PHD, they like to make things seem hard.


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camhead wrote:
sungam wrote:
camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

tried that. only way it would have worked would have been to put them all together separately into one pdf (i.e., when I tried to combine multiple docs into one doc, it failzed to retain the numbering patterns), which I could not figure out how to do at that time.

GUd

You just hit "insert -> pages"


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snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
sungam wrote:
camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

tried that. only way it would have worked would have been to put them all together separately into one pdf (i.e., when I tried to combine multiple docs into one doc, it failzed to retain the numbering patterns), which I could not figure out how to do at that time.

Print both docs to pdf. Open one of them. Document -> Insert Pages.


Dammit!


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snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
sungam wrote:
camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

tried that. only way it would have worked would have been to put them all together separately into one pdf (i.e., when I tried to combine multiple docs into one doc, it failzed to retain the numbering patterns), which I could not figure out how to do at that time.

Print both docs to pdf. Open one of them. Document -> Insert Pages.

Yes, I intend on keeping this PDF discussion rolling as long as possible.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
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Sounds like Ekop is having an airport epic.
Hehe, yup.
Hey dubbaya emm dee, how's the ice forming up over there? We're mostly in the middleground of shitty cold weather but with ice only forming in a few places.
Ice is nada so far.
They are talking about colder temps this coming week, but down here it's still supposed to be in the mid-40s.

It should be coming in within the next few weeks (I'd hope!)
Cool, sounds like our forcast a week or two ago. There's no ice yet, it' all super thin hoar and frozen turf.

BTW, I know I should GU or get a better memory, but are you a student/what do you work as?
I'm in a teacher certification program, so I work in a classroom and take classes. I make a bit of money as a freelance writer.
So you're hoping to be a teacher, right?

Jezez fukin christ. I sound like Oprah doing an interview. It's sad days when procrastination come to this.
No, just doing the teacher certification for fun. You brainless twit.

Wink

Yes, I'll be certified for grades K-8, if they don't kick me out of the program.

How bout you two go make your own thread elsewhere


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If you didn't see it on stalkbook, I had some issues leaving reno this morning..

Oh Jesus Christ... will you two stop with the drama. Off again, on again, off again, on again. I'm sure the make-up sects is grate, but we don't want to hear about it.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

I'll quote it one more time because I know these are the types of posts that people hate seeing.

durp.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
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I'm getting rid of my photobucket account. Links will be broken...

Cest la vie.

WHy?
picassa is readily accessable from the new yuppie phone, and I like the interface better. Those last two shots were taken from the fone.

I'm accomodating my life to a product that I purchased. And it makes sense to me.
That is ghey
I knew how it sounded when I wrote it.

Besides, there's too much clutter on photobucket. I like the layout of picassa.
Picasa is better.

itz troo.

Picassa stocking!


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I don't know how I feel about limestone. Chossy as shit and my hands still hurt from those awful pockets. Blargh. I miss my schist and granite.

pussy


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my hands

I am cromfuzed.

HAHAHAHAHA


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
sungam wrote:
camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

tried that. only way it would have worked would have been to put them all together separately into one pdf (i.e., when I tried to combine multiple docs into one doc, it failzed to retain the numbering patterns), which I could not figure out how to do at that time.

Print both docs to pdf. Open one of them. Document -> Insert Pages.


Dammit!

you were rong. well, it's possible the menus are different on whatever version of Acrobat you have.


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carabiner96 wrote:
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I don't know how I feel about limestone. Chossy as shit and my hands still hurt from those awful pockets. Blargh. I miss my schist and granite.

That's God's own stone you are complaining about.

Suck it up. Climbing at different areas on different rock makes you a better climber.

Mal told me I could get to Penitente in under three hours with some crazy backroads driving. Might check it out next week.

You do realize that Penitente climbing involves sharp rhyolite edges and pockets, right? Just curious.

Curt

Yes. I need to bleed out my pussyness.

No babies this month?


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
sungam wrote:
camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

tried that. only way it would have worked would have been to put them all together separately into one pdf (i.e., when I tried to combine multiple docs into one doc, it failzed to retain the numbering patterns), which I could not figure out how to do at that time.

Print both docs to pdf. Open one of them. Document -> Insert Pages.

Yes, I intend on keeping this PDF discussion rolling as long as possible.

I was under the impression PDFs use vector graphics. donny, yes/no?


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Woo!


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snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
sungam wrote:
camhead wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

tried that. only way it would have worked would have been to put them all together separately into one pdf (i.e., when I tried to combine multiple docs into one doc, it failzed to retain the numbering patterns), which I could not figure out how to do at that time.

Print both docs to pdf. Open one of them. Document -> Insert Pages.

Yes, I intend on keeping this PDF discussion rolling as long as possible.

I was under the impression PDFs use vector graphics. donny, yes/no?

I have already adressed this in one of mah posts.


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I know I've been out of the loop for a while with this whole job applying thing, but why pdf?

I do it so they can't open it up and see all the changes I've made to it over the years. I'm not too worried about someone messing with it, but I suppose that could be a concern.

Durp. The changes could be accidental though. Word is a dynamic program that stores information in a sort of vector format and how one person has theirs set up can be very different from another. I use styles a lot in Word. I'm not stupid enough to save over the default styles but I've seen people do it. Now if that person opens your DOC it's going to be in their fucked up format. Especially now with several forms of MS Office in heavy use.

Margins can float around a lot on word. I had my footer (all my contact information) not print out on a resume I sent my company. They passed the printout sans any contact information around to people in the office who all says "well, looks like a good guy to hire, but who the fuck is stupid enough not to put contact information on a resume".

Not that you'd have TMs, Copyrights, or say the degrees bubble - but such upper ASCII text often gets botched.

Putting it into PDF freezes everything into bitmap format. WYSIWYG. You can see exactly how it's going to look, lock it, and send it off in a much smaller and easier to open format.

Fuck, this serious posting shit is for the birds.

It's not actually a bitmap format, though this is a pretty good explanation. The history is that Adobe was the leading developer of Postscript, which was the "language" that standardized how computers talked to printers: defining the protocol by which any combination of printers and computers would produce visibly identical printouts. The Portable Document Format (PDF) is actually Postscript-compliant and has extensions to markup document properties, bookmarks, etc. I know all this useless trivia because my first jorb out of college was to write software that allowed one to fill in form fields on a PDF so I had to hack extensions onto the format.

You will Read All That! ^^

Donny7 cupz his own balls?

Actually, on the subject, the formatting of my 400 page dissertation was a nightmare, and a lot of the guidelines that they required were very difficult to get MS Office to do, especially in terms of page numbering. The night before I had to submit my dissertation, I could NOT for the life of me get the intro's roman numeral page numbers to omit page i and ii, and start on page iii (stupid rule). I was ready to smash my computer and go all Kaczynski on the college of grad studies

So clausti came up with a brilliant idea. We put opaque white circles over the i and ii page numbers, and then immediately transferred the file over into PDF format, where it remains to this day. heh.

^^^yore not reading that^^^
Hmmm, and here I would have just used 2 different word files.

tried that. only way it would have worked would have been to put them all together separately into one pdf (i.e., when I tried to combine multiple docs into one doc, it failzed to retain the numbering patterns), which I could not figure out how to do at that time.

Print both docs to pdf. Open one of them. Document -> Insert Pages.

Yes, I intend on keeping this PDF discussion rolling as long as possible.

I was under the impression PDFs use vector graphics. donny, yes/no?

I have already adressed this in one of mah posts.

all I saw was some talk about Word using vector format and PDF freezing it into a bitmap, which donny already told you was RONG.


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Update!

Just did the same ryde. Their was a rather irritating wind this thyme. We moved faster nevertheless. Day 2 iz harder.

Back to our regularly scheduled tawk of jtree zends and fials.

Or Red Rawks. How is teh zending going?

We just did date climz in red rawkz. I did finally break down and get the new Handren guide as I'm sick of SuperTacko and Roxanna. Picked a new route on Thanksgiving day called Purblind Pillar on the Angel Food Wall that actually turned out to be pretty fun.

The idea of you on a bike makes me laff.

Got you beat. Did a two hour approach to the very upper back-end of Juniper Canyon on Saturday. 5 mins from the base of teh climbz and the gf falls into a cactus. One of the needles broke of, lodging into her thigh so it felt like she was getting jabbed every time she moved a certain way. Then she had an allergic reaction. I pushed the rest of the group on to the wall, turned around and hiked back out - much slower this time - to get her to urgent care. Fucking kick ass.

Decided to just clippity clip on Sunday so we ventured into the 1st and 2nd pullout shit show. Found a Handren guide laying around that nobody claimed. Yet somehow just before we were ready to go it disappeared. Fuck.

Then it was an eight hour ride home. That was really the highlight of the trip.

RR is becoming my own personal EPC.

Sorry to hear about Tish's incident!

I think zeke has dubbed RR Potrero North.

I've only climbed there that one day with you guys, so I don't have too much of an opinion about the place. Some of the stuff we did was good, some of it was pretty ordinary.

we didn't exactly hit the megaclassics that day.

no, no we did not. Those two we all did were a little junky, and that steep .11a handcrack was pretty fun, considering it was 25 feet long and I broke a couple feet at the crux.

Left Out was legitimately a good route, and that thing with blutarski's .5 to the right was a decent .9.

Oh, and we decided that Snupe failzed on Left Out, seeing as how he was there and did not attempt. Woo! Glory!

It was dark?

There was adequate light for a TR run.

it was much more fun saving it for teh lede (since a TR run = fIal) and watching you struggle to clean on teh lower.

Yes, but now you have to go back there. FIAL.

I'd still have to go back there even if just TRd it. It's not like it's an hour and a half into a canyon.

The real question is whether I should ever go back to Inti Watana to do the last four pitches. It's 2+ hours of misery to get to.

meh. I don't know if it was so good as to warrant a return visit to lead after TRing it.

You're on your own for that Inti Watana thing. The chances of me ever getting there to do it at all are slim.

I'd have to be out there in April or May. It'd depend on whether Will wanted to get back on it, really. Though it'd be a gud rowt for you and blutarski to do in January.

Well, we are faster and better climbers than you and Will, and we aren't big pussies either. January it iz! Woo!

Woo!

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so are yore quote stringz.

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Update!

Just did the same ryde. Their was a rather irritating wind this thyme. We moved faster nevertheless. Day 2 iz harder.

Back to our regularly scheduled tawk of jtree zends and fials.

Or Red Rawks. How is teh zending going?

We just did date climz in red rawkz. I did finally break down and get the new Handren guide as I'm sick of SuperTacko and Roxanna. Picked a new route on Thanksgiving day called Purblind Pillar on the Angel Food Wall that actually turned out to be pretty fun.

The idea of you on a bike makes me laff.

Got you beat. Did a two hour approach to the very upper back-end of Juniper Canyon on Saturday. 5 mins from the base of teh climbz and the gf falls into a cactus. One of the needles broke of, lodging into her thigh so it felt like she was getting jabbed every time she moved a certain way. Then she had an allergic reaction. I pushed the rest of the group on to the wall, turned around and hiked back out - much slower this time - to get her to urgent care. Fucking kick ass.

Decided to just clippity clip on Sunday so we ventured into the 1st and 2nd pullout shit show. Found a Handren guide laying around that nobody claimed. Yet somehow just before we were ready to go it disappeared. Fuck.

Then it was an eight hour ride home. That was really the highlight of the trip.

RR is becoming my own personal EPC.

Sorry to hear about Tish's incident!

I think zeke has dubbed RR Potrero North.

I've only climbed there that one day with you guys, so I don't have too much of an opinion about the place. Some of the stuff we did was good, some of it was pretty ordinary.

we didn't exactly hit the megaclassics that day.

no, no we did not. Those two we all did were a little junky, and that steep .11a handcrack was pretty fun, considering it was 25 feet long and I broke a couple feet at the crux.

Left Out was legitimately a good route, and that thing with blutarski's .5 to the right was a decent .9.

Oh, and we decided that Snupe failzed on Left Out, seeing as how he was there and did not attempt. Woo! Glory!

It was dark?

There was adequate light for a TR run.

it was much more fun saving it for teh lede (since a TR run = fIal) and watching you struggle to clean on teh lower.

Yes, but now you have to go back there. FIAL.

I'd still have to go back there even if just TRd it. It's not like it's an hour and a half into a canyon.

The real question is whether I should ever go back to Inti Watana to do the last four pitches. It's 2+ hours of misery to get to.

meh. I don't know if it was so good as to warrant a return visit to lead after TRing it.

You're on your own for that Inti Watana thing. The chances of me ever getting there to do it at all are slim.

I'd have to be out there in April or May. It'd depend on whether Will wanted to get back on it, really. Though it'd be a gud rowt for you and blutarski to do in January.

Well, we are faster and better climbers than you and Will, and we aren't big pussies either. January it iz! Woo!

Woo!

*kamhed shitz pantz in rage ...

... at jiant quote stringz*

My bowels are empty.

so are yore quote stringz.

x-posted!

what can I say? I expel shit from quotes and from my ass.


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Update!

Just did the same ryde. Their was a rather irritating wind this thyme. We moved faster nevertheless. Day 2 iz harder.

Back to our regularly scheduled tawk of jtree zends and fials.

Or Red Rawks. How is teh zending going?

We just did date climz in red rawkz. I did finally break down and get the new Handren guide as I'm sick of SuperTacko and Roxanna. Picked a new route on Thanksgiving day called Purblind Pillar on the Angel Food Wall that actually turned out to be pretty fun.

The idea of you on a bike makes me laff.

Got you beat. Did a two hour approach to the very upper back-end of Juniper Canyon on Saturday. 5 mins from the base of teh climbz and the gf falls into a cactus. One of the needles broke of, lodging into her thigh so it felt like she was getting jabbed every time she moved a certain way. Then she had an allergic reaction. I pushed the rest of the group on to the wall, turned around and hiked back out - much slower this time - to get her to urgent care. Fucking kick ass.

Decided to just clippity clip on Sunday so we ventured into the 1st and 2nd pullout shit show. Found a Handren guide laying around that nobody claimed. Yet somehow just before we were ready to go it disappeared. Fuck.

Then it was an eight hour ride home. That was really the highlight of the trip.

RR is becoming my own personal EPC.

Sorry to hear about Tish's incident!

I think zeke has dubbed RR Potrero North.

I've only climbed there that one day with you guys, so I don't have too much of an opinion about the place. Some of the stuff we did was good, some of it was pretty ordinary.

we didn't exactly hit the megaclassics that day.

no, no we did not. Those two we all did were a little junky, and that steep .11a handcrack was pretty fun, considering it was 25 feet long and I broke a couple feet at the crux.

Left Out was legitimately a good route, and that thing with blutarski's .5 to the right was a decent .9.

Oh, and we decided that Snupe failzed on Left Out, seeing as how he was there and did not attempt. Woo! Glory!

It was dark?

There was adequate light for a TR run.

it was much more fun saving it for teh lede (since a TR run = fIal) and watching you struggle to clean on teh lower.

Yes, but now you have to go back there. FIAL.

I'd still have to go back there even if just TRd it. It's not like it's an hour and a half into a canyon.

The real question is whether I should ever go back to Inti Watana to do the last four pitches. It's 2+ hours of misery to get to.

meh. I don't know if it was so good as to warrant a return visit to lead after TRing it.

You're on your own for that Inti Watana thing. The chances of me ever getting there to do it at all are slim.

I'd have to be out there in April or May. It'd depend on whether Will wanted to get back on it, really. Though it'd be a gud rowt for you and blutarski to do in January.

Well, we are faster and better climbers than you and Will, and we aren't big pussies either. January it iz! Woo!

Woo!

*kamhed shitz pantz in rage ...

... at jiant quote stringz*

My bowels are empty.

so are yore quote stringz.

x-posted!

what can I say? I expel shit from quotes and from my ass.

this post was expelled from your ass?

I'd believe it.


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So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.


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So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.


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So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.


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So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.

Link?


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So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.

Link?

Jesus fucking kreist, it's on the front page. "how to survive a free solo fall" or something like that.


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So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.

Link?

Jesus fucking kreist, it's on the front page. "how to survive a free solo fall" or something like that.

Racist!


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So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

So i watched it -without sound on- and kept thinking that foot work is shit, why would I want to watch this. Oh I see.

Then what happens to the propeller on the link on the last page. Looks like a strand pulls through his atc, but he seems to fall slower than I'd imagine you to.


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So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.

Link?

Jesus fucking kreist, it's on the front page. "how to survive a free solo fall" or something like that.

I haven't seen the front page in over a year.


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PTFTW Free Solo!~


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So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.

Link?

link to the route he's climbing









(tricked you, I bet you were expecting a nipple of some sort)


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No protekshunz?


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So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.

Link?

Jesus fucking kreist, it's on the front page. "how to survive a free solo fall" or something like that.

I got to the part where it said Pennsylvania and I lost interest.


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No protekshunz?

lazy ass


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So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.

gonna need to check it owt with sound when I'm home.


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So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.

Link?

Jesus fucking kreist, it's on the front page. "how to survive a free solo fall" or something like that.

I got to the part where it said Pennsylvania and I lost interest.

you should really watch it.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
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caughtinside wrote:
So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.

Link?

Jesus fucking kreist, it's on the front page. "how to survive a free solo fall" or something like that.

I got to the part where it said Pennsylvania and I lost interest.

you should really watch it.

douchetastic!


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snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.

Link?

Jesus fucking kreist, it's on the front page. "how to survive a free solo fall" or something like that.

I got to the part where it said Pennsylvania and I lost interest.

you should really watch it.

douchetastic!

It's even grate without sound. Better with, I'm sure.


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snoopy138 wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
camhead wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.

Link?

Jesus fucking kreist, it's on the front page. "how to survive a free solo fall" or something like that.

I got to the part where it said Pennsylvania and I lost interest.

you should really watch it.

douchetastic!

It's even grate without sound. Better with, I'm sure.

with the sound, the douche gets turned up to 11.


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caughtinside wrote:
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caughtinside wrote:
So I was bored and finally clicked on the 'how to survive a free solo' thread. It was SO worth it!! If you guys haven't seen it yet, watch the video in there, truly amazing stuff. Watch the guy's footwork, unbelieveable.

definitely worth it. that guy (and the cameraman) are grade A toolsheds.

I may just watch it again I enjoyed it so much.

gonna need to check it owt with sound when I'm home.

It's worth watching with the sound off. Guy is a toolbag.


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my hands

I am cromfuzed.
ha!!


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I have to say... It's bad when the two most interesting threads are the douchesoloing and watching BG and rrrAdam rip apart another gnartard.
Entertain me!


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Why guys should buy their running shorts in black.


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I have to say... It's bad when the two most interesting threads are the douchesoloing and watching BG and rrrAdam rip apart another gnartard.
Entertain me!

I'm staying out of the soapbox on that one. The dude they're ripping apart in the religion thread is one of the most solid climbing partners I've ever had. Consistent 12+ onsight, Iraq hummer driver veteran, completely positive and psyched amidst any clusterfucks. And in two weeks of climbing with him in Mex, he never mentioned religion once.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
I have to say... It's bad when the two most interesting threads are the douchesoloing and watching BG and rrrAdam rip apart another gnartard.
Entertain me!

I'm staying out of the soapbox on that one. The dude they're ripping apart in the religion thread is one of the most solid climbing partners I've ever had. Consistent 12+ onsight, Iraq hummer driver veteran, completely positive and psyched amidst any clusterfucks. And in two weeks of climbing with him in Mex, he never mentioned religion once.

I can't go in the soapbox any more. There's just too many retired climbers in there. I suppose that's where you go when even campground has too much climbing in it.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
I have to say... It's bad when the two most interesting threads are the douchesoloing and watching BG and rrrAdam rip apart another gnartard.
Entertain me!

I'm staying out of the soapbox on that one. The dude they're ripping apart in the religion thread is one of the most solid climbing partners I've ever had. Consistent 12+ onsight, Iraq hummer driver veteran, completely positive and psyched amidst any clusterfucks. And in two weeks of climbing with him in Mex, he never mentioned religion once.

Damn it man! Stick to your principles! When his eternal soul is rotting in the ground next to his eternal body, he's going to not be able to look back and point the finger at you for being the one to not mock and abuse him into abandoning his relgiousiosness.

It's yore fault.


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I have to say... It's bad when the two most interesting threads are the douchesoloing and watching BG and rrrAdam rip apart another gnartard.
Entertain me!
I'm sure he's not a bad guy in reality, but BG NEVER stops with the aethism/science/how-could-you-possibly-believe-in-anything-else crap.


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camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I have to say... It's bad when the two most interesting threads are the douchesoloing and watching BG and rrrAdam rip apart another gnartard.
Entertain me!

I'm staying out of the soapbox on that one. The dude they're ripping apart in the religion thread is one of the most solid climbing partners I've ever had. Consistent 12+ onsight, Iraq hummer driver veteran, completely positive and psyched amidst any clusterfucks. And in two weeks of climbing with him in Mex, he never mentioned religion once.
I don't go into the Soapbox either. Too bad people can't listen to another pov.


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camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I have to say... It's bad when the two most interesting threads are the douchesoloing and watching BG and rrrAdam rip apart another gnartard.
Entertain me!

I'm staying out of the soapbox on that one. The dude they're ripping apart in the religion thread is one of the most solid climbing partners I've ever had. Consistent 12+ onsight, Iraq hummer driver veteran, completely positive and psyched amidst any clusterfucks. And in two weeks of climbing with him in Mex, he never mentioned religion once.
I don't go into the Soapbox either. Too bad people can't listen to another pov.

heh. I remember when there used to just be 'community.' before they separated the chumps out to soapbox. That was a good move.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I have to say... It's bad when the two most interesting threads are the douchesoloing and watching BG and rrrAdam rip apart another gnartard.
Entertain me!

I'm staying out of the soapbox on that one. The dude they're ripping apart in the religion thread is one of the most solid climbing partners I've ever had. Consistent 12+ onsight, Iraq hummer driver veteran, completely positive and psyched amidst any clusterfucks. And in two weeks of climbing with him in Mex, he never mentioned religion once.
I don't go into the Soapbox either. Too bad people can't listen to another pov.

heh. I remember when there used to just be 'community.' before they separated the chumps out to soapbox. That was a good move.
I think that was before my time. A good move indeed, at any rate.

i just read skimmed the 1.5 pages of the militant aethism thread. It seemed like a decent conversation. I'm afraid to read the rest and see it degenerate...


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wait for it...


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Spike!


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slung bible wedged in crack.


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snipe?


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pope hat.


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snipe?

I just spiked it in your face!

PTFTW! the smart money!


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Damn. You know what an almost franchise is?

NOTHING!


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Damn. You know what an almost franchise is?

NOTHING!

I was trying to respond to your post by pointing out that I would have been able to read Stalin's posts because they wouldn't have been so long, rambling, and incoherent.


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correct. I saw your sig on rrgc. I read that bit about the fixt ropes. gneiss.

did you see the new words in grupe?


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Damn. You know what an almost franchise is?

NOTHING!

I was trying to respond to your post by pointing out that I would have been able to read Stalin's posts because they wouldn't have been so long, rambling, and incoherent.

Sorry, that post was sent to the Gulag for crimes against the secretary general.


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uhoh, now WMD is cupping balls in the religion thread!


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uhoh, now WMD is cupping balls in the religion thread!
oh noz!!1


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uhoh, now WMD is cupping balls in the religion thread!

Its what he does. Just as you can't help spraying, wmd just sees balls and reflexively reaches out his hand.


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uhoh, now WMD is cupping balls in the religion thread!

Its what he does. Just as you can't help spraying, wmd just sees balls and reflexively reaches out his hand.

Erotic asphyxiation?

Perv!

d.


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I have to say... It's bad when the two most interesting threads are the douchesoloing and watching BG and rrrAdam rip apart another gnartard.
Entertain me!

Link?


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Why guys should buy their running shorts in black.

Racist!


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dr_feelgood wrote:
I have to say... It's bad when the two most interesting threads are the douchesoloing and watching BG and rrrAdam rip apart another gnartard.
Entertain me!
I'm sure he's not a bad guy in reality, but BG NEVER stops with the aethism/science/how-could-you-possibly-believe-in-anything-else crap.

I gotta agree with the Cupper on this one.


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uhoh, now WMD is cupping balls in the religion thread!

Holy Ballz!


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dr_feelgood wrote:
I have to say... It's bad when the two most interesting threads are the douchesoloing and watching BG and rrrAdam rip apart another gnartard.
Entertain me!

Link?

I would do it, but naw. It didn't hold my attention enough to go back.


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so I found the tahinni, roasted some garlic while baking a birthday cake and made some hummus. Eating it right now. IT is Good!


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I roasted some garlic last night. Whipped it in to some potatoes, spinach and cream. Tasty! I roasted an extra one I plan to snack in later.


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I roasted some garlic last night. Whipped it in to some potatoes, spinach and cream. Tasty! I roasted an extra one I plan to snack in later.

word.

I'm cooking smoked hamhockbean soup right now, going to make some ginger-orange cranberry sauce to go with it. I like food. Food is good.


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I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.


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I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

odd combination.

I'm psyched. Just got final grades submitted, and have nothing to do today except clean the house and wait for the temps to get warm enough to go cycling. WOO!


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I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?


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I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?

GU'd!


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WOO!


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ptftmfw?


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bult


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toprope to grab while free soloing


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avoid that rock at the bottom of the greasy 5.9.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.


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I bask in my glory. sigh. it is lonely at the top. I've realized that in my futile chasing of ptftw's I've forgotten to take the time an enjoy life's little pleasures. Like pad thai lasagna. I've learned something today. I love you guys.


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I bask in my glory. sigh. it is lonely at the top. I've realized that in my futile chasing of ptftw's I've forgotten to take the time an enjoy life's little pleasures. Like pad thai lasagna. I've learned something today. I love you guys.

If you were an ice cream flavor, you'd be prailenes... And dick!


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I bask in my glory. sigh. it is lonely at the top. I've realized that in my futile chasing of ptftw's I've forgotten to take the time an enjoy life's little pleasures. Like pad thai lasagna. I've learned something today. I love you guys.

If you were an ice cream flavor, you'd be prailenes... And dick!

Benjamin is not your friend. Benjamin.... is NO one's friend.

I wonder where Dana Carvey is these days?


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granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Don't knock the mixture. Look at macaroni and cheese pizza, or barbeque chicken pizza.


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granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Don't knock the mixture. Look at macaroni and cheese pizza, or barbeque chicken pizza.
I'll give Nathan the option tonight.


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granite_grrl wrote:
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granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Don't knock the mixture. Look at macaroni and cheese pizza, or barbeque chicken pizza.

Or twinkie weiner sandwiches.


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granite_grrl wrote:
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I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Same with Lasagna... minus the peanuts.


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camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Don't knock the mixture. Look at macaroni and cheese pizza, or barbeque chicken pizza.

Or twinkie weiner sandwiches.

So not clicking that.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Same with Lasagna... minus the peanuts.
I've never made Lasagna before....this should be interesting.


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granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Same with Lasagna... minus the peanuts.
I've never made Lasagna before....this should be interesting.

Pre-boil your noodles. Don't over-sauce.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Same with Lasagna... minus the peanuts.
I've never made Lasagna before....this should be interesting.

Pre-boil your noodles. Don't over-sauce.

There's nothing wrong with a little over-saucing. But yes pre-boil don't use the non-boil kind. Or if you do use the non-boil kind, know that it is really hard to over-sauce them - pour it on.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Same with Lasagna... minus the peanuts.
I've never made Lasagna before....this should be interesting.

Pre-boil your noodles. Don't over-sauce.

There's nothing wrong with a little over-saucing. But yes pre-boil don't use the non-boil kind. Or if you do use the non-boil kind, know that it is really hard to over-sauce them - pour it on.

Heretic.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Same with Lasagna... minus the peanuts.
I've never made Lasagna before....this should be interesting.

Pre-boil your noodles. Don't over-sauce.

Who took over Doc's computer and is recommending people to NOT get sauced?


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dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Same with Lasagna... minus the peanuts.
I've never made Lasagna before....this should be interesting.

Pre-boil your noodles. Don't over-sauce.

Fuk that. Get the non-boil kind.


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I've already stalled out on the Lasagna front.

I like a gooey lasagna (lots of cheese, ricotta, but the recipes I have are either too complicated (they want me to make meatballs and my own sauce), or too simple (slap some tomato sauce, noodles and mozzarella together).

Time to hobble together my own version.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Same with Lasagna... minus the peanuts.
I've never made Lasagna before....this should be interesting.

Pre-boil your noodles. Don't over-sauce.

Fuk that. Get the non-boil kind.

This is incorrect!!


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I've already stalled out on the Lasagna front.

I like a gooey lasagna (lots of cheese, ricotta, but the recipes I have are either too complicated (they want me to make meatballs and my own sauce), or too simple (slap some tomato sauce, noodles and mozzarella together).

Time to hobble together my own version.

It's really quite simple. Pre-boil your noodles, layer sauce, noodles, whatever shit you like in between them, cheese, noodles, sauce, more shit, more cheese, noodles, and some other various and sundry shit. Aim for four layers. Sauce the top, and cover with tin foil. Cheese again, and bake uncovered for last bit.
Mixing sauce with ricotta cheese makes spreading said ricotta easier.
Damn it.... you've made me late for class.


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imnotclever wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Same with Lasagna... minus the peanuts.
I've never made Lasagna before....this should be interesting.

Pre-boil your noodles. Don't over-sauce.

Who took over Doc's computer and is recommending people to NOT get sauced?

You can get sauced, just don't over-sauce or your noodle might not work properly.


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an old standby we used to do on river trips is Mexican lasagna (La Saņa?). Use standard enchilada ingredients, chicken or beef or veggie, red, green, or mole sauce instead of marinara, and alternate layers of corn and flour tortillas instead of noodles.

It is very good.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
imnotclever wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Same with Lasagna... minus the peanuts.
I've never made Lasagna before....this should be interesting.

Pre-boil your noodles. Don't over-sauce.

Who took over Doc's computer and is recommending people to NOT get sauced?

You can get sauced, just don't over-sauce or your noodle might not work properly.

That is awesome. I'd sig it, but it'd only instigate CdB and it loses some of it's appeal when taken out of context.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
imnotclever wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I was going to make today my food day. I'm thinking a lasagna and pad thai.

Lasagna and Pad Thai?
Different meals for different days.

Besides, I like Pad Thai the day after I make it best. It lets the peanut flavour go through it.

Same with Lasagna... minus the peanuts.
I've never made Lasagna before....this should be interesting.

Pre-boil your noodles. Don't over-sauce.

Who took over Doc's computer and is recommending people to NOT get sauced?

You can get sauced, just don't over-sauce or your noodle might not work properly.

That is awesome. I'd sig it, but it'd only instigate CdB and it loses some of it's appeal when taken out of context.

yore already cupping his balls. and leaving teh PTFTW.


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whoo!


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won moar gear.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I've already stalled out on the Lasagna front.

I like a gooey lasagna (lots of cheese, ricotta, but the recipes I have are either too complicated (they want me to make meatballs and my own sauce), or too simple (slap some tomato sauce, noodles and mozzarella together).

Time to hobble together my own version.

It's really quite simple. Pre-boil your noodles, layer sauce, noodles, whatever shit you like in between them, cheese, noodles, sauce, more shit, more cheese, noodles, and some other various and sundry shit. Aim for four layers. Sauce the top, and cover with tin foil. Cheese again, and bake uncovered for last bit.
Mixing sauce with ricotta cheese makes spreading said ricotta easier.
Damn it.... you've made me late for class.

the recipe i've used has you mix an egg into the ricotta.. makes it easier to spread that way too. i do ricotta and mozz on each layer. cooked hamburger/ground turkey mixed in the sauce is also good. definitely cheese on top with tin foil then the last 5-10mins pull off the foil and brown the cheese up nice.

i've tended to use the non boil kind but i think my next attempt will be the boiled kind. the edges of the non boil never seem to get enough sauce to cook right.


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Good to see you calling out Happiegorilla on her lack of need for performance shoes. I thought I'd pass up hacking on her for once and I found it very difficult.


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Good to see you calling out Happiegorilla on her lack of need for performance shoes. I thought I'd pass up hacking on her for once and I found it very difficult.

folks who troll for partners like this should not be calling anyone "princess"
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I lead up to 5.5, follow up to 5.8, will try harder stuff, will belay you on harder stuff(2 hangs per pitch limit).

(what is she going to make you leave gear and pull you down?)


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Fred Nelson Update:

Just did a quick 25 miler; might be the last decent day of riding in Columbus. Beautiful, brisk weather. I did the gumby thing and put bike shorts over long johns, since I don't have any warm tights.


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Fred Nelson Update:

Just did a quick 25 miler; might be the last decent day of riding in Columbus. Beautiful, brisk weather. I did the gumby thing and put bike shorts over long johns, since I don't have any warm tights.

You wear socks under your climbing shoes, don't you.
racist.


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Fred Nelson Update:

Just did a quick 25 miler; might be the last decent day of riding in Columbus. Beautiful, brisk weather. I did the gumby thing and put bike shorts over long johns, since I don't have any warm tights.

You wear socks under your climbing shoes, don't you.
racist.

Yup, socks under oversized Dragons. It's worth it, though, so I don't have to take my shoes off at belays when I'm projecting Three Pines with Harpiegrill.


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Good to see you calling out Happiegorilla on her lack of need for performance shoes. I thought I'd pass up hacking on her for once and I found it very difficult.

folks who troll for partners like this should not be calling anyone "princess"
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I lead up to 5.5, follow up to 5.8, will try harder stuff, will belay you on harder stuff(2 hangs per pitch limit).

(what is she going to make you leave gear and pull you down?)

That's fucking hysterical. I've heard her on numerous occasions refer to having to prussik because she couldn't follow. I wonder how long the attempt move, retry, give up, setup prussik, haul blort past 5.9 move to generous ledge sequence takes.


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camhead wrote:
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camhead wrote:
Fred Nelson Update:

Just did a quick 25 miler; might be the last decent day of riding in Columbus. Beautiful, brisk weather. I did the gumby thing and put bike shorts over long johns, since I don't have any warm tights.

You wear socks under your climbing shoes, don't you.
racist.

Yup, socks under oversized Dragons. It's worth it, though, so I don't have to take my shoes off at belays when I'm projecting Three Pines with Harpiegrill.

Your project best not take you more than two hangs or you'll be put in the detention dihedral for an hour.


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Good to see you calling out Happiegorilla on her lack of need for performance shoes. I thought I'd pass up hacking on her for once and I found it very difficult.

link?


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camhead wrote:
Fred Nelson Update:

Just did a quick 25 miler; might be the last decent day of riding in Columbus. Beautiful, brisk weather. I did the gumby thing and put bike shorts over long johns, since I don't have any warm tights.

a pair of cycling tights (no pad.. over your current shorts) and a jacket will go a long ways. i rode in the mid 30's last winter and didnt die.

going to be 50 and sunny tomorrow so i'm hoping to get out for a short ride and see if my IT band still hates me or not.


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Jake, what do you use for gloves in the cold? I used to have some windstop fleece gloves that I'd wear with regular bike gloves underneath, and I found cutting the wind did wonders. But I don't have those gloves anymore I was thinking I should work out a new system.


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Jake, what do you use for gloves in the cold? I used to have some windstop fleece gloves that I'd wear with regular bike gloves underneath, and I found cutting the wind did wonders. But I don't have those gloves anymore I was thinking I should work out a new system.

i use those light weight gore tex mittens .. i duno if i had them on at the gunks ever or not. i put those over either my riding gloves or some castelli cotton gloves like these.. (they came with my castelli tights)
http://www.realcyclist.com/...-Glove/CST0204M.html

i think any goretex shell mitt would work. they are thin enough to let your fingers still work the brakes and shifters easy enough.

when it's really cold i will throw my turtle fur neck gaiter on along with my helmet liner


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my cold weather setup has so far been heavy polypro long underwear, bike shorts on the outside, polypro longsleeve upper and my regular bike jersey over that for visibility. Softshell for windbreaking, and windstopper gloves. I am considering getting a pair of those covers that go over your cleats, since two pairs of socks cuts off circulation.

Of course, weather is so shitty here in the winter and I don't really want to trash my good bike, I just may not ride this winter.


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jakedatc wrote:
when it's really cold i will throw my turtle fur neck gaiter on along with my helmet liner

I wear my turtle fur neck gaiter pretty much year round.


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imnotclever wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
Good to see you calling out Happiegorilla on her lack of need for performance shoes. I thought I'd pass up hacking on her for once and I found it very difficult.

link?

http://www.rockclimbing.com/...ost=2248307;#2248307

pretty strong ZING on Jake's part. Although zinging teh harpy is like shooting fish in a tiny barrel with a bazooka.


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Skied for hours today. No one is around. Spring skiing conditions. I'm in love.


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I have some neoprene booties which give a bit of warmth, but most importantly they cut the wind. Bike shoes are a bitch because they promote so much air circulation.

They do give a hint of elf shoes though.


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toe covers are definitely a good idea. ive never tried full booties

i do variable thicknesses of poly pro under my cycling jacket (basically softshell with pockets) depending on the temp


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my cold weather setup has so far been heavy polypro long underwear, bike shorts on the outside, polypro longsleeve upper and my regular bike jersey over that for visibility. Softshell for windbreaking, and windstopper gloves. I am considering getting a pair of those covers that go over your cleats, since two pairs of socks cuts off circulation.

Of course, weather is so shitty here in the winter and I don't really want to trash my good bike, I just may not ride this winter.

I was too cheap to buy those shoe covers or toe caps for these heinous california winters, so I started biking in wool socks. Works good.


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jakedatc wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
Good to see you calling out Happiegorilla on her lack of need for performance shoes. I thought I'd pass up hacking on her for once and I found it very difficult.

folks who troll for partners like this should not be calling anyone "princess"
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I lead up to 5.5, follow up to 5.8, will try harder stuff, will belay you on harder stuff(2 hangs per pitch limit).

(what is she going to make you leave gear and pull you down?)

That's fucking hysterical. I've heard her on numerous occasions refer to having to prussik because she couldn't follow. I wonder how long the attempt move, retry, give up, setup prussik, haul blort past 5.9 move to generous ledge sequence takes.

WHat are you laughing at there chuckles? Not hang dogging and prussicking out of cruxes is called good style.


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caughtinside wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
jakedatc wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
Good to see you calling out Happiegorilla on her lack of need for performance shoes. I thought I'd pass up hacking on her for once and I found it very difficult.

folks who troll for partners like this should not be calling anyone "princess"
happiegrrrl wrote:
I lead up to 5.5, follow up to 5.8, will try harder stuff, will belay you on harder stuff(2 hangs per pitch limit).

(what is she going to make you leave gear and pull you down?)

That's fucking hysterical. I've heard her on numerous occasions refer to having to prussik because she couldn't follow. I wonder how long the attempt move, retry, give up, setup prussik, haul blort past 5.9 move to generous ledge sequence takes.

WHat are you laughing at there chuckles? Not hang dogging and prussicking out of cruxes is called good style.

You two should climb together


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Maybe you two should have a baby


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You could name it PTFTW


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She may want to call it Gunks though


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Damn that'd be one ugly fucking baby.


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A blorted pasty-white poop machine that screams all the time.


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I will raise our love-child into an assassin with one mission: kill the Arrogant Basterd!


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
A blorted pasty-white poop machine that screams all the time.
no that's the dog..



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camhead wrote:
Fred Nelson Update:

Just did a quick 25 miler; might be the last decent day of riding in Columbus. Beautiful, brisk weather. I did the gumby thing and put bike shorts over long johns, since I don't have any warm tights.
Bikes are ghey.


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camhead wrote:
imnotclever wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
Good to see you calling out Happiegorilla on her lack of need for performance shoes. I thought I'd pass up hacking on her for once and I found it very difficult.

link?

http://www.rockclimbing.com/...ost=2248307;#2248307

pretty strong ZING on Jake's part. Although zinging teh harpy is like shooting fish in a tiny barrel with a bazooka.
That's hilarious.
I feel bad for Harpie, she's obviously a miserable person. Not that it's not entirely her own fault.


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Maybe you two should have a baby

the second coming of retard14?


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I will raise our love-child into an assassin with one mission: kill the Arrogant Basterd!

hopefully he'll be dead within the next 9 months.


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camhead wrote:
Fred Nelson Update:

Just did a quick 25 miler; might be the last decent day of riding in Columbus. Beautiful, brisk weather. I did the gumby thing and put bike shorts over long johns, since I don't have any warm tights.
Bikes are ghey.

Modern day road bikes actually look pretty cool. It's the color-matched spando uniform butt-padded Oakley-Razor-wearing asstards riding them that are ghey.


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I will raise our love-child into an assassin with one mission: kill the Arrogant Basterd!

hopefully he'll be dead within the next 9 months.

How do you know Happie isn't already in her third trimester?


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snoopy138 wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
I will raise our love-child into an assassin with one mission: kill the Arrogant Basterd!

hopefully he'll be dead within the next 9 months.

How do you know Happie isn't already in her third trimester?

and with that, I'm going to go fetal in the corner and suck my thumb while singing to myself for the rest of my life.


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I've already stalled out on the Lasagna front.

I like a gooey lasagna (lots of cheese, ricotta, but the recipes I have are either too complicated (they want me to make meatballs and my own sauce), or too simple (slap some tomato sauce, noodles and mozzarella together).

Time to hobble together my own version.

It's really quite simple. Pre-boil your noodles, layer sauce, noodles, whatever shit you like in between them, cheese, noodles, sauce, more shit, more cheese, noodles, and some other various and sundry shit. Aim for four layers. Sauce the top, and cover with tin foil. Cheese again, and bake uncovered for last bit.
Mixing sauce with ricotta cheese makes spreading said ricotta easier.
Damn it.... you've made me late for class.

All right bitchez... Itz On!

All this tawk got me hungry, so I'm firing up the oven. It's Lasagna time, and I'm calling out G_G. It's a head-to-head bakefest. That's right, a Lasagnoff. May the best bastard win.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
I will raise our love-child into an assassin with one mission: kill the Arrogant Basterd!

hopefully he'll be dead within the next 9 months.

How do you know Happie isn't already in her third trimester?

I'm pretty sure the stick up her ass must have rubbed out her uterus by now.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
Fred Nelson Update:

Just did a quick 25 miler; might be the last decent day of riding in Columbus. Beautiful, brisk weather. I did the gumby thing and put bike shorts over long johns, since I don't have any warm tights.
Bikes are ghey.

Modern day road bikes actually look pretty cool. It's the color-matched spando uniform butt-padded Oakley-Razor-wearing asstards riding them that are ghey.
Yes, good point.
If you are a self confessed rider, you should automatically have to post a pic of yourself in your riding getup.


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camhead wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
I will raise our love-child into an assassin with one mission: kill the Arrogant Basterd!

hopefully he'll be dead within the next 9 months.

How do you know Happie isn't already in her third trimester?

and with that, I'm going to go fetal in the corner and suck my thumb while singing to myself for the rest of my life.
haha


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wanderlustmd wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
Fred Nelson Update:

Just did a quick 25 miler; might be the last decent day of riding in Columbus. Beautiful, brisk weather. I did the gumby thing and put bike shorts over long johns, since I don't have any warm tights.
Bikes are ghey.

Modern day road bikes actually look pretty cool. It's the color-matched spando uniform butt-padded Oakley-Razor-wearing asstards riding them that are ghey.
Yes, good point.
If you are a self confessed rider, you should automatically have to post a pic of yourself in your riding getup.

I don't have a single pic of me riding or in my getup. It's not something we'd be quick to document.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
Fred Nelson Update:

Just did a quick 25 miler; might be the last decent day of riding in Columbus. Beautiful, brisk weather. I did the gumby thing and put bike shorts over long johns, since I don't have any warm tights.
Bikes are ghey.

Modern day road bikes actually look pretty cool. It's the color-matched spando uniform butt-padded Oakley-Razor-wearing asstards riding them that are ghey.
Yes, good point.
If you are a self confessed rider, you should automatically have to post a pic of yourself in your riding getup.

I don't have a single pic of me riding or in my getup. It's not something we'd be quick to document.

mine is somewhere back in the OBET.

Bastard, where's the sunglasses bomb you did of our ride picture?


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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caughtinside wrote:
I will raise our love-child into an assassin with one mission: kill the Arrogant Basterd!

hopefully he'll be dead within the next 9 months.

How do you know Happie isn't already in her third trimester?

How does one tell?


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wanderlustmd wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
Fred Nelson Update:

Just did a quick 25 miler; might be the last decent day of riding in Columbus. Beautiful, brisk weather. I did the gumby thing and put bike shorts over long johns, since I don't have any warm tights.
Bikes are ghey.

Modern day road bikes actually look pretty cool. It's the color-matched spando uniform butt-padded Oakley-Razor-wearing asstards riding them that are ghey.
Yes, good point.
If you are a self confessed rider, you should automatically have to post a pic of yourself in your riding getup.

You really want to see all these wankers in spandex and jerseys that are covered with advertisements belying a sponsorship that they don't have?


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
Fred Nelson Update:

Just did a quick 25 miler; might be the last decent day of riding in Columbus. Beautiful, brisk weather. I did the gumby thing and put bike shorts over long johns, since I don't have any warm tights.
Bikes are ghey.

Modern day road bikes actually look pretty cool. It's the color-matched spando uniform butt-padded Oakley-Razor-wearing asstards riding them that are ghey.
Yes, good point.
If you are a self confessed rider, you should automatically have to post a pic of yourself in your riding getup.

I don't have a single pic of me riding or in my getup. It's not something we'd be quick to document.

x2.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
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I will raise our love-child into an assassin with one mission: kill the Arrogant Basterd!

hopefully he'll be dead within the next 9 months.

How do you know Happie isn't already in her third trimester?

How does one tell?

I've preg-tested cows before, and I didn't have them pee on a strip.


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