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Commented 3 months ago2020-05-01 14:26:55 UTC in journal: #2021 Comment #102701
Jessie, why did you comment? It's not next year yet.
Commented 3 months ago2020-05-01 14:26:19 UTC in journal: #2020 Comment #102700
And this one too!
Commented 3 months ago2020-05-01 14:26:07 UTC in journal: #2019 Comment #102699
I got this one though, somehow.
Commented 3 months ago2020-05-01 14:23:57 UTC in journal: #5 Comment #102698
Can't say I disagree with that
Commented 3 months ago2020-05-01 14:22:54 UTC in journal: #293 Comment #102697
That's Terraria's tutorial section
Commented 3 months ago2020-05-01 14:20:13 UTC in journal: #1 Comment #102696
possibility
Commented 3 months ago2020-04-23 06:01:57 UTC in vault item: Batman Begins drivable Tumbler Comment #102682
Nice screenshot. ;)
Commented 4 months ago2020-04-06 15:52:11 UTC in journal: Coronavirus Comment #102641
My grandfather has apparently both had a heart attack and tested positive.
I'm staying hopeful but preparing for the worst. :\
Commented 4 months ago2020-04-01 08:22:07 UTC in journal: Coronavirus Comment #102611
Wait Archie, what are you implying?
Commented 4 months ago2020-03-21 00:28:55 UTC in journal: Coronavirus Comment #102600
I'm staying isolated and indoors, obsessively washing my hands and only eating food that I've prepared.
So the same as it's always been. :P

Seriously though, I'm remaining cautious. My brother has asthma, and my mum wouldn't fare well with any sort of infection, so I am being vigilant about hygiene on the rare occasions when I need to go out.
Luckily my job can be done from home, so I haven't left the house since Monday. I'm nearly through my backlog of records to listen to.
Commented 6 months ago2020-01-25 04:08:31 UTC in vault item: Carbaseus Comment #102526
Noice
Commented 6 months ago2020-01-13 03:38:25 UTC in journal: #4675 Comment #102509
A ghost of what once was
Commented 7 months ago2020-01-06 12:13:19 UTC in journal: What do you know? Comment #102495
Happy 36th!
Commented 7 months ago2019-12-31 03:42:28 UTC in vault item: cs_omega_assault Comment #102494
A bit late of me, but consider them thoroughly checked.
Commented 8 months ago2019-11-25 10:43:49 UTC in journal: Stream Announcements! Comment #102450
I rarely get to catch these due to internet issues, so I decided to look at the YouTube playlist and oh dear God there's more than a week straight of videos to catch up on.
Commented 8 months ago2019-11-25 09:35:05 UTC in journal: Much more important than a birthday journal Comment #102449
Yes, but it is double quads, as the day before was 9,999 days
Commented 8 months ago2019-11-19 09:22:44 UTC in journal: Atomic Number 28 Comment #102434
the nerve some guys have to come here after weeks to wish you a happy birthday, amirite?
Yeah, who even does that?

Happy Birthdaymonth! (ish)
Commented 8 months ago2019-11-10 12:19:20 UTC in journal: #17 Comment #102429
klever dimberaQ?
Commented 9 months ago2019-10-22 14:01:43 UTC in journal: What a time to be alive... Comment #102367
Hippy Birthdiy!
Commented 9 months ago2019-10-22 14:00:16 UTC in journal: I got my braces removed. Comment #102366
Am I the only one confused by the fact that "18 months ago" was 5 years ago?
At the time they were put on it was going to be for 18 months, which plays a large part in why I was so glad to have them off.
Commented 1 year ago2019-04-19 01:36:43 UTC in journal: #1 Comment #101960
lemons
Commented 1 year ago2018-10-10 21:21:48 UTC in journal: Just turned thirty Comment #101551
Late Happy Birthday!
Commented 1 year ago2018-10-10 20:54:36 UTC in journal: So I just bought a dehumidifier. Comment #101550
I bought a 3d printer a few weeks ago.
I've actually been using it to make a small scale dehumidifier, as PLA filament absorbs moisture surprisingly quickly.

I got it with the intention of making mechanical devices, but so far I haven't actually had the time to do any of that.
Commented 2 years ago2018-07-15 23:13:59 UTC in journal: TJB has a go at not crashing a plane Comment #101373
Dad keeps nagging on about how we spent a lot for that flight
Definitely true. I think in total it worked out to about 65 hours of wages from my old job. Worth it though.
Also it seems pretty crazy that we were both at the same place, there has to be at least a few places like that around the world.

Thanks all for the birthday wishes!
Commented 2 years ago2018-07-12 01:24:19 UTC in journal: No Title Comment #101355
Happy Birthday!
Commented 2 years ago2018-06-04 20:58:24 UTC in journal: #1 Comment #101217
time
Commented 2 years ago2018-01-20 04:41:39 UTC in journal: #8905 Comment #44150
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Congrations!
Commented 2 years ago2017-12-02 11:09:56 UTC in journal: #8889 Comment #54671
I forgot to mention, his name is Joey.

Also he seems to be surprisingly smart, he learned how to sit after less than a minute of prompting.
Commented 2 years ago2017-11-10 15:32:49 UTC in journal: #8889 Comment #54670
Puppy is going to get chipped today. We've been arguing about what to call him but his name has to be on the chip so I guess I'll know what he's called when he's back from the vet.
Commented 3 years ago2017-03-09 21:03:08 UTC in journal: #8780 Comment #62920
A wee bit late, but better late than never:
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Good god, Simpsons characters really don't translate well into real life.
Commented 3 years ago2017-03-09 21:02:44 UTC in journal: #8779 Comment #68111
A bit late, but better late than never:
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Commented 3 years ago2017-03-09 21:02:12 UTC in journal: #8778 Comment #67603
A fair bit late, but better late than never:
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Commented 3 years ago2017-01-03 18:10:16 UTC in journal: #8772 Comment #49736
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Commented 3 years ago2017-01-03 17:57:10 UTC in journal: #8773 Comment #66616
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Commented 3 years ago2016-11-17 17:41:58 UTC in journal: #8765 Comment #61280
Damn, I actually would have gotten this had I noticed the journal, it's an SSTV signal isn't it?

Anyway, (very) belated happy birthday!
Commented 3 years ago2016-11-07 11:33:04 UTC in journal: #8703 Comment #62843
And 32 is a nice round number.
Commented 3 years ago2016-10-03 10:55:51 UTC in journal: #4920 Comment #49851
Do they? I hadn't noticed.
Commented 3 years ago2016-10-03 10:05:04 UTC in journal: #5704 Comment #52173
Hi
Commented 3 years ago2016-10-03 09:46:17 UTC in journal: #8752 Comment #49720
For some reason I find if I'm a bit late in doing something I tend to delay even longer until it's too late, a habit which I really need to get out of.
So until I'm back at my proper computer, have this here placeholder:
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Commented 3 years ago2016-10-03 09:28:46 UTC in journal: #7673 Comment #52709
Probably, but I guess we'll never know for sure.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-21 01:40:06 UTC in journal: #8748 Comment #62901
The year my sister entered secondary school, her school had decided that instead of textbooks the students would each have a tablet with ebooks, for a number of reasons including the effect the weight of daily carrying a bag full of books has on growth. I certainly see the point of that; in my school all first year students had to take every available subject. I was a very small until about 15 or 16 so I would say the bag I had to carry would have been an appreciable fraction of my weight.
I think it's a good idea in theory, but the way they implemented it wasn't. One of the factors in the decision was that over the time spent in school it would be cheaper for the parents than buying new textbooks every year, however they chose iPads as the tablet of choice, which only one company sells, at quite a high price. Of course since the student owned the tablet there was the question of what level of control the school could have over them. From what I have heard a lot of the students spend most of their time in class using the tablet to browse Facebook. And there is also the fact that at this point most of her classes have gone back to using textbooks anyway, which defeats the purpose of the idea.
I can see many reasons why a scheme like that, if implemented well could be beneficial. As well as that, since technology is becoming more and more important as time goes on I can see reasons for introducing children to technology relatively early. However that also depends on implementation. Using it as a substitute for parenting is no good. I would at least argue that a tablet is a better parenting substitute than a television, as there is at least some level of interactivity there.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-20 17:23:15 UTC in journal: #8749 Comment #46200
New Card, what do you think?
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I picked them up from the printers yesterday.
That's Bone, and the lettering is something called 'Silian Rail'
Commented 3 years ago2016-08-11 17:31:40 UTC in journal: #17 Comment #34112
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Commented 4 years ago2016-08-03 22:41:09 UTC in journal: #8728 Comment #65743
Ah, but now the page height is 4063 pixels which is evenly divisible by 17, so I actually made it better: http://i.imgur.com/VZqOHL1.png
Wait nevermind I ruined it again.
Commented 4 years ago2016-08-03 22:08:15 UTC in journal: #8725 Comment #38790
I still think Muzzleflash was the best one.
(late) Happy Birthday!
Commented 4 years ago2016-08-03 22:07:08 UTC in journal: #17 Comment #34111
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Commented 4 years ago2016-08-03 22:06:51 UTC in journal: #8728 Comment #65742
Hepy Burtde!
Commented 4 years ago2016-05-12 17:40:49 UTC in journal: #2016 Comment #50180
2016 was an interesting year, full of twists and turns and unpredictable goings on.
Probably the most shocking development was that TJB beat Jessie to being first commenter on one of these year journals.
Commented 4 years ago2016-05-11 21:12:01 UTC in journal: #128 Comment #35570
Don't hate the player, hate the game.
Unless the plater is 2muchvideogames, I hear that guy punches babies for fun, although don't tell him I told you that.