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Old 06-03-2011, 03:31 PM   #241 (permalink)
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have you ever slipped any KATG easter eggs clandestinely into your work?
are you kidding?? I work with a hawkeye...she can tell from across her desk if I am using 5.5pts or 6pt text and I am not kidding or exaggerating.

When i first started here I was totally impressed with that, what a skill
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Old 06-03-2011, 03:37 PM   #242 (permalink)
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Junk...to further the twitter talk comparing Italian men and Canadian men (weird I was JUST talking about this at lunch with the ladies) The hardest crush I ever had was on an Italian...holy what a smokin' ride he was....Those Italian eyes and lips

SWOOOON...

(and most know how to cook, BONUS)
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Old 06-03-2011, 04:01 PM   #243 (permalink)
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yes, eyes and lips. (im very lucky with the eyes theyre a gret way to get my warm, sweet, sultr and melty eyes)

And i love to cook. Ah welll.


See? its automatic flirtin!
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Old 06-03-2011, 08:25 PM   #244 (permalink)
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I'm from Ottawa, and it's a snotty snotty city. It's not very polite, and actually quite rude. Perhaps it's the money in the city that there is such attitudes, but it's very rude. I have been here my whole life and it's been like that.

I'm not shy, nor a snot, and I have no trouble talking nicely to strangers.

I really don't like the general attitudes here, also I find it's alot of do as I say not as I do - that and alot of hypocracy. People don't seem to care about others.

I'm really the nicest person in the world and always am patient and kind. When I was very obviously so weak, couldn't open doors for myself and trying just to walk and passing out, people would push past me, and not even hold a door if I was obviously having trouble. I blacked out a few times on my own trying to get to work and luckily I had some nice neighbours find me and then I woke up in the ambulance.

That's just a few things. It's hard here, people are also very mean, and very twofaced. I have no time for this shit.
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Old 06-03-2011, 10:12 PM   #245 (permalink)
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I'm from Ottawa, and it's a snotty snotty city. It's not very polite, and actually quite rude. Perhaps it's the money in the city that there is such attitudes, but it's very rude. I have been here my whole life and it's been like that.

I'm not shy, nor a snot, and I have no trouble talking nicely to strangers.

I really don't like the general attitudes here, also I find it's alot of do as I say not as I do - that and alot of hypocracy. People don't seem to care about others.

I'm really the nicest person in the world and always am patient and kind. When I was very obviously so weak, couldn't open doors for myself and trying just to walk and passing out, people would push past me, and not even hold a door if I was obviously having trouble. I blacked out a few times on my own trying to get to work and luckily I had some nice neighbours find me and then I woke up in the ambulance.

That's just a few things. It's hard here, people are also very mean, and very twofaced. I have no time for this shit.
I'm from Ottawa an i'd hold the door for you... but id also look at your rack... so im ok?
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Old 06-04-2011, 12:18 AM   #246 (permalink)
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I'm from Ottawa an i'd hold the door for you... but id also look at your rack... so im ok?
That's cool. Whatcha doin' next weekend, westfest?
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Old 06-04-2011, 06:43 AM   #247 (permalink)
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I work with a hawkeye
YOU WORK WITH ALAN ALDA?!
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Old 06-04-2011, 07:19 AM   #248 (permalink)
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YOU WORK WITH ALAN ALDA?!
HAHAH well she looks like him a bit only about a foot shorter and not as funny.

Rhian, I can't BELIEVE that. People here hold the door for you even if you are 30 feet away and you have to run up to the doorway...it's a little ridiculous actually. Women tend to saunter through and not say thank you if you've held the door for them, that is so rude I think. Mind you, they didn't ask you to hold the door open...but still.

Loki and Rhian, We need a meet up I think.

My kid said his first sentence today "I want supper" damn, he's Just like his mommy
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recently i have a freind who found himself forced to have a veterinarian putting down his dog, whom he had for 8 years.

discussing this with a guy which works with me, the reaction was "i had a dog put down too. she bit someone, i thought she might have some craziness, so i had her put down to avoid problems"

after my, quite angry, (see i'm not canadian) reaction., the person's answer was "oh cmon, animals arent people, nothing worng with taking them out if they're trouble".

And that kinda connects with a vast, VAST number of people i talked to in my life (and no, they werent all assholes) who had pets but brutalized them, killed them and mistreated them, using the justification "they're just animals". A guy i know has a couple of cats in his house, he owned since they were tiny. Lately him and his lady had a daughter.

On my last visit i learned that after having the baby they started neglecting the cats heavily. they barely feed them, dont clean after them and often lock them out of the house for long periods of time.

same phrase "fuck them, theyre animals"

i know these forums and the KATG fanbase is not exactly made of animal sympathizers (with a couple of exceptions). also im aware that people feel the need of stressing how theyre "Not animal lovers" (like its a bad thing).

Anyway i will from now on feel entitled to point this out to those people: any emember of your family, including your children deserves to be put down much more than a dog or a cat. Old people and kids are a baggage and a source of trouble, so if they actually do something wrong or are ill in a way that taking care of 'em should be a chore, why not put them out too? Honestly, the idea of "they're just people" works way better than "they're just animals".

by the way thats not an opinion, its a fact.
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recently i have a freind who found himself forced to have a veterinarian putting down his dog, whom he had for 8 years.

discussing this with a guy which works with me, the reaction was "i had a dog put down too. she bit someone, i thought she might have some craziness, so i had her put down to avoid problems"

after my, quite angry, (see i'm not canadian) reaction., the person's answer was "oh cmon, animals arent people, nothing worng with taking them out if they're trouble".

And that kinda connects with a vast, VAST number of people i talked to in my life (and no, they werent all assholes) who had pets but brutalized them, killed them and mistreated them, using the justification "they're just animals". A guy i know has a couple of cats in his house, he owned since they were tiny. Lately him and his lady had a daughter.

On my last visit i learned that after having the baby they started neglecting the cats heavily. they barely feed them, dont clean after them and often lock them out of the house for long periods of time.

same phrase "fuck them, theyre animals"

i know these forums and the KATG fanbase is not exactly made of animal sympathizers (with a couple of exceptions). also im aware that people feel the need of stressing how theyre "Not animal lovers" (like its a bad thing).

Anyway i will from now on feel entitled to point this out to those people: any emember of your family, including your children deserves to be put down much more than a dog or a cat. Old people and kids are a baggage and a source of trouble, so if they actually do something wrong or are ill in a way that taking care of 'em should be a chore, why not put them out too? Honestly, the idea of "they're just people" works way better than "they're just animals".

by the way thats not an opinion, its a fact.
I think until you are burdened with children you won't understand how vastly you underestimate the attachment people have to their children. There is no comparison, i'm sorry but I completely disagree with you there.

That being said, I am in agreement with you in terms of animal care and attention. When we had our son my partner was extra attentive to the cat. You MUST integrate the child into the family and if you have a pet, they are part of your family. It is your responsibility as a pet owner to introduce your pet to change in a gentle and sensitive way, it was not their choice to move, have a new family member added, lose a family member or whatever. Animals DO sense change and often with dramatic consequences.

I have never been an animal "lover" I am terrified of dogs and like cats but prefer people. Except for one incredible pet who came into my life by chance and died far too young. He was a soulmate and I don't care how stupid that sounds. He and I had a connection I don't get with most humans. I cried more when he died then when my grandpa died and not because I didn't love my grandpa....I was just closer to this cat. After his death we got another cat to fill the void...which she does not. I love her but she is just "the cat". That being said she is my mans cat and gets lavished with attention despite us having a child...there's room for love for both of them.
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