dingolord

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from south of Dayton, OH

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    • Windows XP SP2 CD

      12 years ago

      dingolord

      I need another Windows XP w/ SP2 installation CD. The last one I got from someone on here helped me out for what I needed it for, but it was a Volume License installation. I need a regular installation CD so I can use a non-VL key with it.

      Anyone got an image lying around?

    • College is 'spensive

      12 years ago

      dingolord

      Apparently, when colleges own their own bookstore, you tend to get ripped off. I just spent $175 on the two books we need for class. Two used copies. One for $90 and one for $75, plus tax. I'm hoping that we don't need the one for the web-based class so I can take it back. Not that it matters - the loan paid for it, so it wasn't exactly money out of my pocket. Still burns my ass, though.

      One thing that makes up for it is that the Console Classix people got the games I sent them, and sent me an email today. They must have liked the package, because they gave me two free years worth of their service. Two years of every Atari, NES, SMS, SNES, and Genesis game I'd ever played, plus all the ones I haven't ever played, plus all the Gameboy and Game Gear games I've never played. Yeah, that's pretty nice. Especially since, unlike every other emulation station on the web, all of their ROMs work. Two years worth... and I only sent them the games I didn't want. Might have to box up one or two more of them to send along, just to be helpful.

    • A couple hours not wasted

      12 years ago

      dingolord

      Just read this from start to finish. Go. Read. You'll eat it up. It's delicious.

      Also, if you haven't signed the Angel Wings petition from a couple days ago, please go take a look at it. It's important.

      In other animal news, if you haven't heard about it, please double-check the food you feed your pets against the recall list from Menu Foods. The list includes brands such as Iams, Eukanuba, and Special Kitty, along with many many many others.

      Beyond that, I have nothing to talk about. Tree root killer is being applied. I'm spending way too much money on Ebay recently, but they keep selling really cool things for really good prices. My excuse is that I've spent a whole lot on the house since we moved in and I needed the break to buy fun things. School starts next week, so now I have something new to worry about. Work still sucks. We accidentally used italian sausage to make biscuits and gravy last night. See? Nothing at all happening here.

    • Just click and read

      12 years ago

      dingolord

      Christie's Journal

      That's all. Nothing more needs to be said.

    • Lawmakers need to be shot

      12 years ago

      dingolord

      Whoever in Congress decided that moving Daylight Savings Time up a few weeks was a good idea needs to be drug out into the street and run over by a forklift, then a steamroller, then a manure truck, just for good measure. I've been spending all morning dealing with that shit on computers that didn't get the update from MS (or Win2K systems that couldn't get it from the login script because my idiot IT department thinks that just sending the WinXP fix is going to fix everything...). On top of that, they decided to play musical desks over the weekend and about a dozen people have now switched areas, which means that I need to rewire and reconfigure phone extensions. Of course, they're not all moved yet, and there's two desks that they've moved to that don't have phones on them currently, so it's easily twice as much fun as you may think. I fielded 6 phone calls this morning, before I got to work (which, of course, every phone call I answer before I show up adds ten minutes to my arrival time because you can't do things like shower or shave while you're on the phone, but that doesn't matter to anyone), all about people asking when I'd have their phones fixed. Later. I'll fix them later. Now leave me the hell alone.

      As much as I hate my job right now, I did realize something last night. Regardless of all the major plumbing problems and other stupid things that have been going on with the house, I'm still happy there. Last night, I pulled clothes out of the dryer in the laundry room, walked through the kitchen, turned off lights on my way to the bedroom, then was walking down the hall and realized that it all felt right. Like home. We've only been there two weeks, and it already feels like home. Even with all the problems, that makes me happy. Although the problems still tick me off.

      I just noticed that my computer clock is still wrong. Guess it's time to update and reboot my system now... stupid fucking time change; stupid fucking network; stupid fucking computers.

    • Another cool toy

      12 years ago

      dingolord

      I like getting cool (and free) toys when I'm surrounded by things that are irritating and driving me up the wall. This is my newest fun thing. Legal emulation. Sounded too good to be true until I read up on how they do it. All it takes is a few smart guys. Best part of it all isn't all the new old games I have at my disposal, though. Nope; best part is that I actually have a game they don't. I feel like I'm just doing my part by sending it to them. I'm that kind of nice guy. For those of you wondering, the game is an NES game called G.I.Joe - The Atlantis Factor. Little-known sequel, but much better than the first. Now who's the bigger geek: me for having that, or you for needing to find out so bad you pulled out the text highlighter?

      Last night I got the call back from the excavation contractor. Cost is between $4000 and $5000 to get rid of that green dot and re-un-separate my drainage pipe. I'm hoping the root killer that I'm going to be liberally applying will take care of it. I'll take care of it before I get the roof redone, but it's still going to be a few years. As long as it doesn't take it upon itself to separate farther or collapse, we should be okay - temporarily.

      That's all for this journal. I'd add more, but I'm not going to. I'll just say that the last six or seven weeks have been kinda tough, and it looks like I've got about two or three more to go...

    • Little Green Dot

      12 years ago

      dingolord

      There's a little green dot in the street outside my house, just slightly farther out than the center of the street. Specifically, it's 18 inches on my side of the main sewer line. That little dot will cost me between $3000 and $10000 to repair. That green dot is where the problem is. Underneath that green dot, there's a mass of tree roots that have separated the clay drainage pipe from my house. About 8 feet down, just slightly past center of the street. Exactly six inches on the homeowner responsibility side of the system. Another six inches and it would have been in the T-junction to the main line, which would be the city's responsibility. Instead, it's going to cost me thousands of dollars (I'll know more when they guy shows up later to give me an estimate) to tear up the street to fix that stupid pipe.

      The only good news is that it's not something that needs to be fixed immediately. The pipe isn't collapsed like we were afraid of. It was just full of gnarled and angry tree roots. The plumbers this morning cut through them after about 30 minutes of really working at it with an even angrier-looking snake cable than the first plumber had. It took 70 feet of cable to get them to the problem area, but we've got drainage. This evening, I'm putting in the first of many batches of tree root killer. Gonna run those once a week for 8 weeks, then cut back to once a month. I don't care if there's a line of dead grass all the way down the drainage pipe from where it's killed everything in its path, as long as it kills those tree roots. Hopefully that'll keep me going until that separation really breaks free and we have no choice but to get it repaired. If it does start backing up again, I call the plumbers back and they charge me yet another $300 to get in there get them out, then run the camera down again to check it. If it wasn't for that camera, we wouldn't know exactly what the problem is. Now we know. I'm still not happy about it, but it works again and I know what the problem is, so it's not as bad as it could be.

      Still going to talk to some people. Gonna call another realty company and talk to another realtor to discuss everything that happened, find where this bitch screwed up, and then talk to a lawyer. We've decided we don't even care too much about the money, as long as we can get her fired. That would be worth it to us.

    • Fuck

      12 years ago

      dingolord

      Plumber came back out. Ran 70 feet of snake cable down the pipe before he hit a blockage, which puts it at about the main sewer line. City came out and jetted the main line, but didn't break the blockage. Could be a busted pipe on my end of the line, which is my responsibility to take care of. I've got another group of plumbers coming out tomorrow to jet the line from my house to the street (about $300). If that doesn't work, they'll have to vacuum out the line and run a camera to see what the blockage is (another $300). If it's a broken pipe, they'll have to tear up the yard or the street, repair the pipe, and then put it all back together (God only knows how much that will cost). Insurance won't cover it because it hasn't done any damage to anything in the house. I'm going to sit and go through paperwork now to see if I have any recourse through the realtor - who is seeming more and more malicious and less and less like a simple imcompetant the more I deal with this stuff.

      I'd cry, but it won't accomplish anything.

    • Found the plumbing clean-out...

      12 years ago

      dingolord

      Plumbing, which was fixed last week, started being stupid again. Yesterday, we were getting one solid flush an hour. Concentrated lye treatment didn't do it. Can't run the tree root killer stuff through the toilet until it flushes. Plumbers said that, since we didn't have a main clean-out, they'd have to either install one for us ($600) or get on the roof again to run the snake down it ($300). Today, I was coming in the door at the exact time Ray decided to flush the toilet. Saw water bubbling out of the ground a little to the left of the door. That would be because it's where the main line clean-out is, and it had a hole in it. Tried to snake it out, but the $45-for-4-hours-rental electric rooter thingamabob was having none of it. So the plumbers will be back out tomorrow. In the meantime, Ray and Christie seem to have found reasons to go to Kroger late at night before bed, and I believe I'll be going back into work here shortly for about, say, 10 minutes.

      At least I finally bought a pipe wrench and a shovel. Two very important things to have.

      Tomorrow, I will not be going to work, as I have no clean work pants. I have one clean pair of not-work pants (not counting my dress pants) that I will be wearing, but I'm not going anywhere that might get me dirty or ripped in them. It'll be nice when I can run laundry again without either A) flooding my yard or B) filling the bathtub with dirty wash water. Being able to flush without fertilizing the flowers would be nice too.

    • Tired

      12 years ago

      dingolord

      Was up and on the phone on and off until about 5 am last night working with AT&T to get Franklin sorted out. The building was almost completely down from 12:30 pm until 6 pm, then was able to limp along from 6 pm until 3 am when we manually kicked on the ISDN backup, then was solid until they got the main circuit fixed at 5 am. Hell, it was 9:30 pm before AT&T saw the first packet drop! I'd been watching them drop for hours, but for reasons I still don't quite understand AT&T never saw a single one of them until I was on the phone with the guy while he tested four or five times before he finally started seeing them.

      I'm also tired of the other people in the IT group constantly falling back on the "I don't care, let someone else handle it" response. I can't get the Applications group to solve anything, I can't get the Networking group to help me come up with solutions since Apps won't help me, I can't get my boss to see that no one else is helping me so I need to just do it myself (he's actually telling me to do less work, because I've got my fingers in too many things and he (!) doesn't want to be stuck having to support them)... it's just one big group "not me" going on. IT people suck.

      Users are idiots too. I've got one guy who can't get to the network because he's apparently forgotten how to use his network login. Another guy on his team renamed his laptop and removed it from the domain so he can "use it from home" (for reasons that make no sense to anyone who has any idea of how things work... kinda the point of a laptop is to be able to use it from home regardless; I mean, c'mon, no one else has a problem using it from home - why do you think you're special?), so now he's gone completely stupid on me. Fucking U387 people thinking they're so much smarter than everyone else, when in the end they're bigger idiots than everyone else I have to deal with.

      My head hurts. I think I'm going back to bed.

  • About Me

  • Comments (3647)

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Please don't ruin my dream. It's something that's very dear to me, and most other men, I feel. emo.png

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Most recent movie we've seen is Saw III, which was pretty good.


      Not more Saw propaganda. ><

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      You woke up with that image in your head?

      That's not nearly as cool as Doc Brown's "Flux Capacitor" hallucination...

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      who's the girl


      I'm not sure. I actually don't remember seeing her there when I took the picture... However, I think I saw her later in the day as I was coming out of the kitchen. I can say now, that she's just as cute coming towards you as she is going away...

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Those are great! You really built him in! lol.png

      I added them to the Aluminum Foil set on my Flickr page.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      ha, you're halfway here if you're watching the same YouTube videos as the us! tongue.png

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      making his desk alien-proof.


      Check out the second picture in the Stansberry blog (second link).

      As for the cube walls, my prank was actually retaliation for something similar. He and Yuval blocked my desk off with my own walls. I'll have to take a picture at some point to show you how it worked. It was easy to fix. Just dragged the walls back around and out.

      I've not had the pleasure of disassembling walls, but I can imagine it ain't fun...

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      I'm all right, just been really busy and distracted by lots of other stuff. I've got some journal-worthy material in mind, I've just gotta set down and write it... But now I've gotta go get my oil changed... ><

    • ohfer FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      12 years ago

      So how're things going with the house deal?

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Are we forgetting the stick figure banner already??


      That's exactly what I'm remembering! It'll be great! Can you put boobs on the girls?

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Lol, you kidding? It was an awful story. Mostly because it was a shaky premise and I didn't put much effort into making it better. Definitely bit off more than I could chew. If I write again, it'll be a better (I hope) story line with completely fictional characters. There'll be action, violence, lots of sex and intrigue and sex. Mebbe you can do some illustrations. wink.png

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      I really don't understand how I've managed to continue building karma despite not writing anything for the Tale in months...-

      And yeah, you playing hermit is the only reason why I passed you.

      Picky.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Okay, you're right about glove-hand smell. But just don't expect soft hands from dish soap. I've tried for years...

      wait...

      what the hell are we talking about? Why'd I bring that up in the journal comment?

      Argh, it must be Wednesday and I must be suffering from fatigue...

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Oh yeah? Well... you're picky.


      ....


      That's right, I said it.


      Picky.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      I dunno, they migh've just used chalk and all colors are pretty flat on cloudy days...

      Meh, whatever, I still think it's pretty cool.

      So there.

      Jerk.

      Jerky McJerkface.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      until I realized it was all photoshopped.


      Whaaaaat?? Where did you see that? Nooooo!!

      As for the Chuck story, I got it from a co-worker. The kid sitting next to me complained that it just wasn't believable enough. Imagine, if you will, two individuals discussing this story. One of them (him) urging the other (me) to picture the human waste system ("just picture a butt") just loud enough so that it can be heard by the multitude of other co-workers who've never heard of the story...

      I told him it was his failing for being unable to suspend disbelief...

    • JulyFlame

      12 years ago

      It is when you got no humidity, get no snow, and get stupid chafing wind.

      We get windburn down here.

      And it was potassium dichromate, for your information. :P

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Hrm... touche... or in your case, "tweezers."

      That was a bit of a stretch, but I'll just go with it.

      I figure she's got the sense of humor with it (hell, she married you and I'm on her friends list). Amanda, of course, would also play along. Hell, whenever she says she's made up a more entertaining engagement proposal story, it all ways starts with "So I was fucking this other guy...".

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      See, my only complaint is that, for me to return the favor (i.e. make a Christie reference) means to take the chance that she will very likely read what I write. And she knows my address, so she knows where I sleep and/or where to send any letter bombs...

      This, of course, is a chance that I'm willing to take. tongue.png However, the record will show, and I'll be sure to remember this when Christie is taking a wooden spoon to my chest cavity, that you started it.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Oh shit, that's the first Amanda reference. I'm sensing an escalation here... I mean in the parley, not in your pants. I know better than to make that mistake. tongue.png

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Yes, I know. She says she doesn't like the fact that you pay with checks, but she loves that you're always done early so she can bring in the next client.

      Oh snap! lol.png

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      I'm guilty of over-analyzing but, yeah, I guess soccer could be called the Liberal Arts of all sports, mainly because everyone can play it... well, minus those who handicapped... and Canadians (ba-zing!). That's one of the big draws. It's simple, easy and cheap.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Yeah, but LA's probably the only team in the US that could afford to meet his price. Not like the man's cheap or anything. I think I read $25M somewhere.


      It's actually a combination of his price and Real Madrid's transfer fee. And it's actually $250M.

      And you're right, LA's probably one of the few teams that could've afforded it. MLS actually relaxed the salary cap regulations in order to accommodate this move.

    • Kaal FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Menoth's will

      12 years ago

      Well I am gonna be here till the 25th, so if you have any questions. I will answer what I can and help you were I can.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      I keep a very detail list of all the girls I flirt with, when I flirt with them, and how they respond. I have a big notebook.

      It's called the flirt book.

      It has glitter on the cover.

      And valentine's hearts.

    • Rental01

      12 years ago

      I totally don't understand any of that. All I know is that I live with my mom. With my wife and kids. Yeah.

      I hate medical bills.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Mowing lawns is what neighborhood kids do. smiley1.gif


      Lol, are you sure that fits into your budget? tongue.png

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Okay, you clearly understand this much more than I, having been forced to deal with it more. My next question is this: Is the difference between maintaining a small balance and no balance at all equivalent to gaining credit and not gaining credit? Or is it a case of gaining credit quickly and not-so-quickly?

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      If you've got a credit card that's completely paid off, they don't care. They figure you just got the card, put it away, and it doesn't matter to you, so why should it matter to them?


      But what if I'm using it regulary? The plan is to use it for consistent needs, like gas or groceries.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Paying off a card doesn't factor into your credit score the way keeping a small balance on it does.


      I believe you, but I don't understand how not paying off all that I owe helps me more than paying it all.

      As for more than one card, you believe that will help me more than only one card?

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      I find games to be more fun if I don't have to pay $50-$75 for them, on a $500 system. They're much more enjoyable on a $200 system at $20-25 a pop.


      Yah know, I used to feel the same way... And then I started playing $50-$75 on a $500 system and, believe me, they're worth it... Well, I suppose it depends on the game, but all the games that I've played have been completely worth their price tags. smile.png

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      You've got KFC and Taco Bell in the same building.


      This wouldn't annoy me so much if it weren't for the fact that most of these establishments that I've visited don't feature the entire Taco Bell Menu.

      "I don't want a 'Bucket 'o Wings', thanks. I want my goddamn Grilled Stuffed Burrito and Ranchero Chicken Soft Taco!!!"

      I know you're not a Wal-Mart zombie, dearest. I also know that you exude a healthy amount of cynicism. This is just one of those topics that I can actually expound upon and actually produce substance for that isn't watered down BS. Sociology of Corporations was one of my better classes in school. tongue.png

      In the original comment that somehow got deleted I pointed out that Wally-World's been demonized for a lot of things, much of it justified on the surface. However, the massive irony is that, all they're really guilty of is being really really good at capitalism.

      The whole anti-trust movement was never more than a paltry attempt to win votes. As soon as they started allowing corporate charters that had no expiration date the American public were doomed to a reality of big industries like Tobacco, where most of the employees are honest and good people who share all the same principles as normal people. They just happen to sell a product that kills %90 of the people who use it in slow and excruciatingly painful ways.

      Post edited 1/05/07 1:20PM

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      No one forces people to work at Wal-Mart. Matter of fact, Wal-Mart does their best to drive people away. Therefore, if Wal-Mart is the largest employer in the US, it's because people want to work there. Because people are stupid doo-doo heads.


      Yes, but when they're driving all of the other employers out of business, it's not like their employees have much of a choice, right?

      Did I tell you about the meeting I attended while I was still working in the Operations dept.? the packet they gave us had this quote by Sam Walton (He puts the "Wal" in Wal-Mart)

      There is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending his money somewhere else.


      This is the same issue as the employer one, and part of what's so frustrating about them. They're so good at driving out local competition where ever they put down roots that they essentially become the only source for employment in a large area. They also become the only place where people can buy a lot of stuff. And since they're a franchise based out of Arkansas, they essentially suck all the money out of a community to the point where, in a few extreme cases, those communities can no longer afford some public services or pay their public servants (policemen/firemen, etc).

      So, all the while they're doing these things (as would most companies would given the chance, [which, by the way, is less of a rant against the people of a company and more against the modern concept of a corporation]) that hurt a community and its people. And at the same time their singing their own praises about community building and being good pure-hearted capitalists.

      At the same time as they started running a PR campaign about vowing not to build in protected spaces (environmental and historical), they were building on top of an ancient Aztec (Mayan/Incan?) altar in Mexico.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      It's not you, it's me, because of you.


      Well now you just sound positively Republican... erm... and Democratic... a bit Green, too, actually...

      *political zing!* tongue.png

      An Olive Garden I can understand. Restaurants and the like. But a Walgreens? They're all kinds of competitive with Wal-Mart, especially a big one.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Oh yeah, I also admitted that your point (and Alec's evidently) about Wal-Mart driving up values makes sense. It just seems counterintuitive since they put so much energy into driving competitors out, other businesses wouldn't want to set up shop next door...

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      It also had a rather intelligent commentary on Wal-Mart being a pox on our society but only slightly more so than other major companies because it's so big.

      I also mentioned that they got that way because they're very good at capitalism.

      Then there was the bit about them being the largest employer in the 'States but offering primarily part-time employment thus: no benefits, low pay, small chance for career advancement.

      They also have a horrific track record when it comes to gender equality.

      Also, I don't deny being left leaning. I'm reminded of it every day when I log on here. Most of the people on my friends lists wear their conservatism on their sleeves, unapologetically.

      I believe I also accused Wal-Mart of being stinky.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      the comment included this link...

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Dammit, I just wrote a comment and thought I posted it, but it didn't show up... Then I realized the last comment on your profile is from Alec two days ago, and I'm next-to-positive that I've posted there since then...

    • Kaal FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Menoth's will

      12 years ago

      My nips are fine, I am strong like bull. Cold weather doesn't hurt me.

    • Frankfurter

      12 years ago

      I'll totally get right on that...eventually.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Both Atlantic City and DC are nice. I remember docking in front of a casino during our first boat trip back when I was 12... So I guess I didn't get to *truly* enjoy all the city had to offer. It'll depend on what you're in the mood for. Pretty statutes and monuments? Big tacky hotels and streets that Monopoly properties were named after...

    • whatisboom

      12 years ago

      3 hours isn't too bad, not for a drink with the dingo

      I am not sure when I would be heading that way . . .

      It was you that had the standing offer for speghetti (sp) right? still standing? I love pasta. . . .

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      I'll give it a try tonight. Thanks! bigsmile.png

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Actually, I'm very good about reading instructions... and asking for directions. If only because I hate wasting time trying to figure something out when the answer's right there.

      Sadly, though, there were no instructions included in the packaging. Which seemed odd to me, but the tripod is pretty intuitive...

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      *hur hur hur*

      What, you don't like to hear about me twisting knobs and pulling levers? tongue.png

      Yeah, I've fiddled with the plate but didn't want to break it so gave up.

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      Yeah, I couldn't believe it as I kept pulling and it kept coming. It just keeps going! I can't wait to take this thing out and test it. bigsmile.png

      Question: is there a way to adjust the horizontal alignment of the plate that the camera sits on?

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      HOLY SH#$%!!!

      I just got the tripod! WOW! Thank you so much! I'm so grateful I've resorted to "unChristian" language!

      I've already tried the camera on it and it works like a charm! And it's the perfect size! bigsmile.png

      Thank you so very much!!

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      And for God's sakes, it's duckpin, not candlepin.


      Ah ah ah, two completely different animals. As you can see in the image:

      2005-bowling-cover.jpg

      Candlepin is on the left. Duckpin is on the right.

      So there.

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    • Kaal FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Menoth's will

      12 years ago

      Merry Christmas

    • espithaca

      12 years ago

      she loves crackers... she's with you


      Oh snap! So what does Christie love? Um... broken... cars?

      Crap. ><

      As for Dynamite, I liked it when I saw it. But I really only needed to watch it once. I even enjoyed a quote every now and then. That is, I did, until, during one of the hour train commutes I suffered through when I was still with IREG in Boston, I had a 30-something investment banker (slick guy, a Yankees fan in Boston and proud of it, drove a huge SUV which he regularly used to cut people off in the parking lot [we both rode to the end of the line, so I witnessed this frequently], slicked back hair, I think he wore make-up [not that that's a problem, but this was American Psycho-narcissist make-up... not "Out-and-Proud" make-up]) recite literally the entire movie back to me.

      At first it was kind of funny, I even responded with a quote of my own at one point... bad idea, it only encouraged him and gave him the idea that Napoleon Dynamite is my favorite movie too!

      Forever after, he always greeted me with a "What's up Napoleon!"

      I hate that guy... smiley4.gif

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