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« Reply #19080 on: December 02, 2013, 12:38:19 PM »

So my Russian professor requires 12 hours of Russian cultural activity outside the classroom. And apparently going to Orthodox services counts. (Never mind that my parish is Antiochian and mostly converts).

Taking advantage of my religion for college credit, wooooohooo!
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« Reply #19081 on: December 02, 2013, 12:42:50 PM »

So my Russian professor requires 12 hours of Russian cultural activity outside the classroom. And apparently going to Orthodox services counts. (Never mind that my parish is Antiochian and mostly converts).

Taking advantage of my religion for college credit, wooooohooo!

Ask if drinking vodka till you are blind drunk or burning your girlfriend's passport so she can't leave the country counts as well.

I think the participation in the above in Russia is a slightly higher than participating in a service at a parish.
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« Reply #19082 on: December 02, 2013, 12:45:03 PM »

So my Russian professor requires 12 hours of Russian cultural activity outside the classroom. And apparently going to Orthodox services counts. (Never mind that my parish is Antiochian and mostly converts).

Taking advantage of my religion for college credit, wooooohooo!

Makes me wonder if identify one's home culture as Russian would count.

I'd be rolling in that credit!
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« Reply #19083 on: December 02, 2013, 12:51:00 PM »

So my Russian professor requires 12 hours of Russian cultural activity outside the classroom. And apparently going to Orthodox services counts. (Never mind that my parish is Antiochian and mostly converts).

Taking advantage of my religion for college credit, wooooohooo!

Makes me wonder if identify one's home culture as Russian would count.

I'd be rolling in that credit!

More importantly, would being Ukrainian count?
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« Reply #19084 on: December 03, 2013, 03:37:47 AM »

The Anglican Low Churchman's Proper View of Maniples

"Ritualists may be evil, but they are cunning. While some pieces of ritualist paraphernalia have an obvious function, others have no clear use or purpose, so that the loyal churchman must resort to guesswork to determine their part in the ritualist masterplan. Such items include the “maniple,” illustrated above. Barely visible underneath the priest’s other vestments, this decorated band of cloth is held in high esteem by the ritualists, who believe its presence to be crucial in the performance of their mystical incantations.

The maniple’s name derives from the Latin word mane, meaning “early in the morning.” The ritualists claim that it is a stylized handkerchief, derived from the cloths that the priests of the early church would use to wipe their faces. This is clearly a lie, since ritualists in fact never use their maniples for this purpose. Various explanations have been ventured as to the true purpose of the maniple: does its elaborate embroidery contain coded messages from the ritualist’s true masters at the Vatican, or does it conceal a loop of piano wire that the priest can use to garrotte an adversary?"
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« Reply #19085 on: December 03, 2013, 04:57:24 AM »

^We need more randomn ess like this!
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« Reply #19086 on: December 03, 2013, 04:59:09 AM »

The Papyrus font makes everything look more ancienty!
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« Reply #19087 on: December 03, 2013, 09:44:32 AM »

I posted in every forum and my name owned for a grand total of about five minutes.  Thank you, LBK for holding out those last few seconds in answering my questions to help me accomplish my dream.  I can now expire in peace.
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« Reply #19088 on: December 03, 2013, 03:29:01 PM »

My next door neighbour -back home- whom I've known ever since I can remember and from whom I've also learned some awesome ways of cussing, was buried today. May she rest in peace.
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« Reply #19089 on: December 03, 2013, 03:52:53 PM »

The maniple’s name derives from the Latin word mane, meaning “early in the morning.”

It comes from manus ("hand"), not mane - manipulus means "a handful" or "sheaf"...
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« Reply #19090 on: December 03, 2013, 04:46:34 PM »

My next door neighbour -back home- whom I've known ever since I can remember and from whom I've also learned some awesome ways of cussing, was buried today. May she rest in peace.

Would it seem meaningless and fake-pious to you if I, someone you only know as some anonymous guy on the net, said Memory Eternal? Well, either way, sorry man.
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« Reply #19091 on: December 03, 2013, 04:48:43 PM »

The Papyrus fontThe Monophysite font makes everything look more ancienty!

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« Reply #19092 on: December 03, 2013, 05:37:43 PM »

17 is one of my favorite prime numbers.  As a board game fan it offers little, certainly; there are no 17-sided dice.  Except in the computer world, of course, where even such bizarre things are possible.  Like an orchid-hazelnut hybrid.  Can you even imagine, since there are already twice as many orchids as there are birds?   Why do none of those birds seem to have feathers that are mauve,by the way?  Where does such a color even come from?  Probably from the same place that single socks disappear into, right?  And how many of those have you experienced?  If 17, I'd not be surprised.  After all, it's one of my favorite prime numbers.
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« Reply #19093 on: December 03, 2013, 05:41:09 PM »

17 is one of my favorite prime numbers.  As a board game fan it offers little, certainly; there are no 17-sided dice.  Except in the computer world, of course, where even such bizarre things are possible.  Like an orchid-hazelnut hybrid.  Can you even imagine, since there are already twice as many orchids as there are birds?   Why do none of those birds seem to have feathers that are mauve,by the way?  Where does such a color even come from?  Probably from the same place that single socks disappear into, right?  And how many of those have you experienced?  If 17, I'd not be surprised.  After all, it's one of my favorite prime numbers.

Once you perfect this sorta prose, you will fill in the spot left vacant by Larry King.

Boy, do I miss his column.

Please, keep at it!
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« Reply #19094 on: December 03, 2013, 05:48:30 PM »

17 is one of my favorite prime numbers...
Once you perfect this sorta prose...
Which assumes my prose was not perfect to start with.  I feel like I should be offended.  Yet I feel like I'm actually not.  I'm so confused...
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« Reply #19095 on: December 03, 2013, 05:52:10 PM »

Why do none of those birds seem to have feathers that are mauve,by the way?  

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« Reply #19096 on: December 04, 2013, 01:39:20 AM »

The Papyrus font makes everything look more ancienty!

Courier looks like a typewriter.
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Courier looks like a typewriter.

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Some people consider Black Friday the beginning of the Christmas season. Others say it is the beginning of the fast. But as an American cultural whatever those things do not loom as large as another phenomenon: being told, asked, pleaded with, and/or bullied to "put the Christ back in Christmas". Tonight my Christmas season began.
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« Reply #19099 on: December 04, 2013, 05:07:00 AM »

You can lock a thread, but you can't hide it from the all-seeing eyes of those who seek that which was lost! You can lock a thread, but you cannot erase it from the internet! Don't you understand? That's ancient knowledge: nothing once said on the internet can thereafter be unsaid. (Thanks to Benny Russell)

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« Reply #19100 on: December 05, 2013, 02:08:52 AM »

If you feel like it say a prayer light a candle or whatever for a lady whose name is Elizabeth.
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You aight Tori, but my girl Ariana all up on ya.

Yo seriously though, me and Ariana cuddled last night next to the fire, played some Scrabble and shared some hot cocoa together.

Mac Miller still mad about it too.
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« Reply #19102 on: December 05, 2013, 11:24:54 AM »

Vesperal Readings for major Feasts in December
Sun 4th before Nativity: Nahum 1:1-4
6 Fri Nicholas the Wonderworker: Proverbs 10:32-11:2
Sun 3rd before Nativity: Wisdom 5:15-6:3
Conception of Theotokos: Wisdom 4:7-15
Sun 2nd before Nativity: 2nd Kings 11:1-18, 23-27
Sun before Nativity: Micah 5:1-3
24 Forefeast of Nativity of Christ: Isaiah 7:10-16;8:1-4, 9-10
25 The Nativity of Christ our God Isaiah 9:5-6
26 Synaxis of the Holy Theotokos Genesis 1:1-13
Sun After the Nativity: Isaiah 11:1-10
31 Leave-taking of the Nativity Genesis 49:1-2, 8-12
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« Reply #19103 on: December 06, 2013, 12:24:05 AM »

You know what's fun? Family drama. Ah... the holidays.  Cool My poker face is becoming excellent.
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« Reply #19104 on: December 06, 2013, 12:42:23 AM »



I usually find singers who do hand movements to be annoying (especially rock/metal guys), but this I find acceptable.
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« Reply #19105 on: December 06, 2013, 12:42:59 AM »

You know what's fun? Family drama. Ah... the holidays.  Cool My poker face is becoming excellent.

Ya, I ... know what you mean, unfortunately.
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« Reply #19106 on: December 06, 2013, 12:43:17 AM »

I think I'm developing stigmata.  Not on purpose, either.  
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« Reply #19107 on: December 06, 2013, 12:49:31 AM »

I think I'm developing stigmata.  Not on purpose, either.  

... You serious, Clark?
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« Reply #19108 on: December 06, 2013, 12:54:03 AM »

You know what's fun? Family drama. Ah... the holidays.  Cool My poker face is becoming excellent.

Ya, I ... know what you mean, unfortunately.

Sorry amigo. Stay strong!  Wink I almost lost my temper last night in a big way, which is saying something for me. I have the world's longest fuse just about. Anyway, I am happy to report that I chose the (mostly) high road.  Smiley
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« Reply #19109 on: December 06, 2013, 12:55:23 AM »

I think I'm developing stigmata.  Not on purpose, either.  

... You serious, Clark?

I guess that's my middle name?  Tongue

I wish I was kidding, but I'm not.  I have these circular spots of dry skin on my hands: no amount of any sort of moisturizer will heal them, even if the rest of my hands is normal, and the dry spots are breaking open, bleeding from time to time.  I decided to post it here hoping that bragging about stigmata would make it go away just in case it was a sign of my own holiness.  
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« Reply #19110 on: December 06, 2013, 12:58:33 AM »

I think I'm developing stigmata.  Not on purpose, either.  

... You serious, Clark?

I guess that's my middle name?  Tongue

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I wish I was kidding, but I'm not.  I have these circular spots of dry skin on my hands: no amount of any sort of moisturizer will heal them, even if the rest of my hands is normal, and the dry spots are breaking open, bleeding from time to time.  I decided to post it here hoping that bragging about stigmata would make it go away just in case it was a sign of my own holiness.  

On your palms or the back of your hands?
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« Reply #19111 on: December 06, 2013, 01:00:30 AM »

I think I'm developing stigmata.  Not on purpose, either.  

... You serious, Clark?

I guess that's my middle name?  Tongue

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On your palms or the back of your hands?

Get a room. This one is reserved for me and Shiny.
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« Reply #19112 on: December 06, 2013, 01:01:18 AM »



I usually find singers who do hand movements to be annoying (especially rock/metal guys), but this I find acceptable.

I dunno why, but it is awesome. Shiny is a swell gal. I am lucky.
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I usually find singers who do hand movements to be annoying (especially rock/metal guys), but this I find acceptable.

I dunno why, but it is awesome. Shiny is a swell gal. I am lucky.

And I can't stop laughing about what is happening in the background.

LOL!!!
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« Reply #19114 on: December 06, 2013, 01:06:42 AM »

You and Shiny can't have every thread, norm. Fr. George has a post goal to hit and I'm trying to do my part!

How's the weather down there, by the way?
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« Reply #19115 on: December 06, 2013, 01:08:27 AM »

You and Shiny can't have every thread, norm. Fr. George has a post goal to hit and I'm trying to do my part!

How's the weather down there, by the way?

I have to check google. I hope to get a snow day. I think in Cincinnati that means if a flake manages to last longer than 10 seconds on the ground before melting.

If I do, I am going to watch that .gif all day.
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« Reply #19116 on: December 06, 2013, 01:09:23 AM »

Oh! Consider it! And watch this to get the reference or this friendship is over.

I watched it, so let's be friends.  Tongue

I never saw that movie, I ought to track it down and watch it.  

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The backs of my hands...the wounds have to start somewhere, I guess.  
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You and Shiny can't have every thread, norm. Fr. George has a post goal to hit and I'm trying to do my part!

How's the weather down there, by the way?

I have to check google. I hope to get a snow day. I think in Cincinnati that means if a flake manages to last longer than 10 seconds on the ground before melting.

If I do, I am going to watch that .gif all day.

Isn't not like I am transgendered or gender dysmorphic or anything. I just swear that .gif is simply who I think I was born to be.

I have no idea who it is. I can't wait to find out. She is probably a Disney / Nickelodeon product. I do have some 14 year old girl trapped inside of me somewhere. And she isn't scared, she is just really vivacious.

And like way cute.  
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« Reply #19118 on: December 06, 2013, 01:13:34 AM »

I have to check google. I hope to get a snow day. I think in Cincinnati that means if a flake manages to last longer than 10 seconds on the ground before melting.

If I do, I am going to watch that .gif all day.

Snow days are awesome so I'll light a candle for you. I have one with three tiers called "Smell My Nuts" because the scents are hazelnut and the like. It was a gift. I hope that counts.

We're getting freezing rain.

(I'm noticing that the quantity and quality of my posts are inversely related.)
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I have to check google. I hope to get a snow day. I think in Cincinnati that means if a flake manages to last longer than 10 seconds on the ground before melting.

If I do, I am going to watch that .gif all day.

Snow days are awesome so I'll light a candle for you. I have one with three tiers called "Smell My Nuts" because the scents are hazelnut and the like. It was a gift. I hope that counts.

We're getting freezing rain.

(I'm noticing that the quantity and quality of my posts are inversely related.)

Northeast of I-71 is supposed to the worst, so it makes sense you have bad weather. I am sure I will be able to go to work, which makes this very late.

The one time they did shut down due to weather I showed up and worked without know it had been.

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The backs of my hands...the wounds have to start somewhere, I guess.  

I've watched many seasons of Monsters Inside Me (parasites) and Dr. G: Medical Examiner (celebrity coroner extraordinaire), so I strongly believe that I am something of an expert in this area. My diagnosis is indeterminate, and I would like to refer you to your PCP for further evaluation. Please let us know what happens!
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« Reply #19121 on: December 06, 2013, 01:16:55 AM »

Oh! Consider it! And watch this to get the reference or this friendship is over.

I watched it, so let's be friends.  Tongue

I never saw that movie, I ought to track it down and watch it.  

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The backs of my hands...the wounds have to start somewhere, I guess.  

That is bizarre. I was definitely expecting palms. Are they relatively located in the same place?
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« Reply #19122 on: December 06, 2013, 01:19:22 AM »

Northeast of I-71 is supposed to the worst, so it makes sense you have bad weather. I am sure I will be able to go to work, which makes this very late.

The one time they did shut down due to weather I showed up and worked without know it had been.

That is a bummer! I hope you got paid at least.
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« Reply #19123 on: December 06, 2013, 01:21:02 AM »

Evidently, using Madiba to refer to Mandela is the hip thing.

Noah yelled it out in a strange moment after his post-game interview.

Goofs.
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« Reply #19124 on: December 06, 2013, 01:21:53 AM »

You can rent it on Amazon for $2.99. I'll send you some quarters.

Also apparently available on Netflix for streaming to TV, or at least that's what the website indicates...  Been a while since I watched that one...
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