1. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Well I went to the farmers market on the UCL campus for lunch - picked up a 8oz wild black boar burger. To say it was amazing would be an understatement.
    If there's one thing I wish we had where I work/live is markets. Good markets, not the crap ones we currently have where I live. It's one of those things I miss from Australia. We had some great markets.
    10-03-2013 07:01 AM
  2. N_LaRUE's Avatar

    I have this picture as a desktop background at the moment, and I think it's pretty interesting. It's also a HTC 8X one.
    Looks really cold.
    10-03-2013 07:03 AM
  3. Chregu's Avatar
    Looks really cold.
    It wasn't too bad. The year before, that was cold. The mist from my breath instantly froze on my sun glasses and stuff like that. Well, you're Canadian, for you this must seem like a light breeze.
    10-03-2013 07:08 AM
  4. martinmc78's Avatar
    10-03-2013 07:14 AM
  5. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    It wasn't too bad. The year before, that was cold. The mist from my breath instantly froze on my sun glasses and stuff like that. Well, you're Canadian, for you this must seem like a light breeze.
    LOL!. Well, I have been in some interesting weather. Both driving and walking. I remember one walk I did when I was around 20, the walk from the bus stop to the company I was working at was about 5-10min. This was during the cold period of January where it dips below -20C and there was a wind. It took me over 1/2hr to get warm once I was inside. I could feel my legs actually defrosting. LOL! Of course being the typical young person I wasn't really dressed for the occasion. :P
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    10-03-2013 07:18 AM
  6. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    WOW its grown 3 pages over night sense my last post... amazing
    this is how we roll in this thread...it is usually quieter on the night shift in the US after all our Greenwich Mean Time folks chew up the pages during the day...
    10-03-2013 07:26 AM
  7. Chregu's Avatar
    Actually, this doesn't mean much. Maybe they underestimated demand, maybe they just can't produce more, but what that means in numbers, we have no idea.

    Maybe it's a trick to produce news, it happened before.
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    10-03-2013 07:27 AM
  8. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    Morning folks...on the grind to NYC today. Loving this Indian summer. Haven't seen a cutie like the one I saw on Tuesday's commute in a long, long time.

    Any weekend plans?
    10-03-2013 07:30 AM
  9. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    Very curious as to what's going on with NJ transit these days...it has been running much slower during rush hour since the start of September. It is still amazing how well this system runs moving so many people.
    10-03-2013 07:33 AM
  10. Chregu's Avatar
    Morning folks...on the grind to NYC today. Loving this Indian summer. Haven't seen a cutie like the one I saw on Tuesday's commute in a long, long time.

    Any weekend plans?
    Friday night I have a dinner with friends, Saturday night I'll see a play in which a friend is acting, and Sunday I'll meet another friend. The rest of the time I'll use to relax (and doing my laundry and clean the bathroom and get groceries...)
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    10-03-2013 07:34 AM
  11. martinmc78's Avatar
    Actually, this doesn't mean much. Maybe they underestimated demand, maybe they just can't produce more, but what that means in numbers, we have no idea.

    Maybe it's a trick to produce news, it happened before.
    Maybe you are correct on all counts

    Positive news for Microsoft is still positive news though.
    10-03-2013 07:36 AM
  12. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Morning folks...on the grind to NYC today. Loving this Indian summer. Haven't seen a cutie like the one I saw on Tuesday's commute in a long, long time.

    Any weekend plans?
    Just heading into London on Saturday. My wife joked with me about wanting to go to Bruges and maybe Brussels but not this weekend. Our 'Indian' summer has been disappointing. But then, this is the UK.
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    10-03-2013 07:37 AM
  13. martinmc78's Avatar
    Morning folks...on the grind to NYC today. Loving this Indian summer. Haven't seen a cutie like the one I saw on Tuesday's commute in a long, long time.

    Any weekend plans?
    I have seen lots of cuties lately - Its term time again at UCL and the campus is right next door to the building im in. Lots and lots of blondes and lots and lots of those micro shorts.

    Picking my little girl up tomorrow night and have her for the weekend - so lots of spoiling my little princess.
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    10-03-2013 07:39 AM
  14. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    Just heading into London on Saturday. My wife joked with me about wanting to go to Bruges and maybe Brussels but not this weekend. Our 'Indian' summer has been disappointing. But then, this is the UK.
    I'm doing some type of drinking in some bar Friday night after work. Saturday I may have to work. If not, I'm stuck at home writing papers and reading for school. Sunday the plan is dinner and a double feature with the gf (she likes movies).
    10-03-2013 07:41 AM
  15. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    I'm doing some type of drinking in some bar Friday night after work. Saturday I may have to work. If not, I'm stuck at home writing papers and reading for school. Sunday the plan is dinner and a double feature with the gf (she likes movies).
    I used to like movies but not as much as I used to. Not sure why that is. My wife likes movies too. I somewhat disappoint her with not wanting to see movies that frequently. I think I have to investigate some movies of interest. The last few she's picked have been disappointing.
    10-03-2013 07:42 AM
  16. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    I have seen lots of cuties lately - Its term time again at UCL and the campus is right next door to the building im in. Lots and lots of blondes and lots and lots of those micro shorts.

    Picking my little girl up tomorrow night and have her for the weekend - so lots of spoiling my little princess.
    Cool. Have fun with your princess. 👍

    One of the reasons why i like NYC is that there are lots of cuties here. This one was really in my wheelhouse. New Yorkers like to pull the micro shorts, dresses and sandals out anytime there is something that looks like sun any time of the year.

    For the record, I'm still chuckling over your ex who took your toilet seat. That's just drastic.
    10-03-2013 07:45 AM
  17. martinmc78's Avatar
    I used to like movies but not as much as I used to. Not sure why that is. My wife likes movies too. I somewhat disappoint her with not wanting to see movies that frequently. I think I have to investigate some movies of interest. The last few she's picked have been disappointing.
    Me and my girlfriend take it turns picking movies - luckily for me shes not into the typical rom-coms.
    10-03-2013 07:45 AM
  18. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    I plan to take the gf to a haunted house in the city sometime this Halloween season. I had a patient in my office this week who actually works at the haunted house I want to take the gf too. He says that people get scared and swing at and sometimes hit the actors. I give him props for working there as I'd swing back too a few times if that happened to me...
    10-03-2013 07:51 AM
  19. martinmc78's Avatar
    Cool. Have fun with your princess. 

    One of the reasons why i like NYC is that there are lots of cuties here. This one was really in my wheelhouse. New Yorkers like to pull the micro shorts, dresses and sandals out anytime there is something that looks like sun any time of the year.

    For the record, I'm still chuckling over your ex who took your toilet seat. That's just drastic.
    Will try - depends what mood shes in. Shes coming up to 4 and can be a bit of a drama queen if she doesn't get what she wants. 9 times out of 10 I just spoil her to avoid tears and tantrums.

    Yeah believe me I chuckled a lot at the time as well. Thought it was hilarious.
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    10-03-2013 07:52 AM
  20. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Me and my girlfriend take it turns picking movies - luckily for me shes not into the typical rom-coms.
    I'm pretty happy to watch anything as long as the acting is good and it's not 'typical'. However I find a lot of movies of late I can almost predict the plot from start to finish. We recently saw an acclaimed movie 'Fishing in the Yemmen'. We were both disappointed with it. We also tried this other one called 'Return to Jaipur'. The plot idea was interesting just poorly executed and the acting was pretty bad. So I'll have to investigate some. Any recommendations that aren't 'action' movie. Prefer something that's interesting.
    10-03-2013 07:53 AM
  21. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    I'm pretty happy to watch anything as long as the acting is good and it's not 'typical'. However I find a lot of movies of late I can almost predict the plot from start to finish. We recently saw an acclaimed movie 'Fishing in the Yemmen'. We were both disappointed with it. We also tried this other one called 'Return to Jaipur'. The plot idea was interesting just poorly executed and the acting was pretty bad. So I'll have to investigate some. Any recommendations that aren't 'action' movie. Prefer something that's interesting.
    There are a few when the gf and I went to watch The Butler recently that looked interesting enough. She likes everything, especially horror movies. The problem is pure horror as a genre is dead. That new Tom hanks movie looks ok, "the inevitable defeat of mister and Pete" looks interesting too, along with "prisoners". Even though she likes everything, the gf's taste tend to be more commercial...although she will watch indie stuff from time to time.

    Well, at the sweatbox in the clinic...they have the central heating up so it feels like a sauna to match the mid 70s degree weather outside.
    10-03-2013 08:47 AM
  22. martinmc78's Avatar
    Think the trouble with horror movies is that were so completely de-sensitized to it. Yeah sure there will be moments that will make you jump or parts that will make the hair on your neck tingle but by and large there hasn't been a proper horror movie for decades and by proper horror I mean something that gives you nightmares or makes you check for things in dark corners. I think I saw the exorcist when I was about 14 and that scared the bejesus out of me at the time.

    Went and saw the conjouring a couple of weeks ago and while admittedly there were some creepy and jumpy parts there was nothing lasting upon leaving the theatre.
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    10-03-2013 09:01 AM
  23. Chregu's Avatar
    I just ate an incredible amount of cake. It was great.
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    10-03-2013 09:04 AM
  24. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Think the trouble with horror movies is that were so completely de-sensitized to it. Yeah sure there will be moments that will make you jump or parts that will make the hair on your neck tingle but by and large there hasn't been a proper horror movie for decades and by proper horror I mean something that gives you nightmares or makes you check for things in dark corners. I think I saw the exorcist when I was about 14 and that scared the bejesus out of me at the time.

    Went and saw the conjouring a couple of weeks ago and while admittedly there were some creepy and jumpy parts there was nothing lasting upon leaving the theatre.
    I think I will revise my requirements. I'm not into horror movies. Some people get off on being scared. I'm not really one of them. When I was younger it didn't bother me so much but now that I'm older and have seen a few things I'm not that interested anymore.
    10-03-2013 09:11 AM
  25. montsa007's Avatar
    @Chregu, here's 1 more.
    (Appropriate word replacements used :), you know)

    Stranger: hi
    Stranger: m
    You: F 22 (a town in mumbai)
    Stranger: 34 okay ?
    You: Yeah I guess
    You: As am looking for bang buddies
    Stranger: married
    You: No
    Stranger: :D
    You: ?
    Stranger: what no ???
    You: I am not married
    Stranger: yes I know
    Stranger: i think U said no for married male so I asked u
    Stranger: k
    Stranger: wats ur name ?
    You: Ok I can quit the chat if you want me to.
    Stranger: k u say
    You: Do you want me to quit the chat?
    Stranger: I dont want that
    You: ok
    You: How many kids do you have?
    Stranger: 2
    You: Both of them yours?
    Stranger: :D
    Stranger: I think so :)
    You: Hmm, what are you looking for on Omegle?
    You: I already said am looking for bang buddies
    Stranger: good & hot frnd
    You: For?
    Stranger: u know
    You: I dont..
    Stranger: of course for banging
    You: Wow, your kids will be so happy that their dad is such a pervert!
    You: I mean they must be proud of you :)
    Stranger: :D
    You: I wonder if we can have a 3 sum
    You: with your wife
    Stranger: can I leave
    You: Not now
    Stranger: bye
    You: need my no?
    Stranger: yes
    You: 100
    You: mommy censored
    You: 4 letter d word
    You have disconnected.
    10-03-2013 09:21 AM
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