Smuel's good morning extravaganza

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  1. Arthgon

    Arthgon Well-Known Member

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    Even though this is D- level material, it caught me off guard and got a chuckle. God dammit.

    Good evening.
     
  3. Arthgon

    Arthgon Well-Known Member

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    Christ, apparently it's been a busy couple of weeks for people.

    Good afternoon.
     
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    For me it actually WAS some very busy week. I have been to the hospital for the removal of those kidney stones. On the day before that I could left the hospital, I got an infection and thus high temperatures and high heartbeat. So, I had to stay a bit longer there. Luckily, it was fast gone, and I could go home. However, I still have to use antibiotics pills for some days.

    And of course....Good Morning.
     
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    Ugh, kidney stones are the worst. Did they have to surgically remove them? Must have been big ones if that's true. You have my pity if that is so!

    Good morning.
     
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    Yes. They had to be surgically removed, because a kidney stone crusher (or whatever it is called) utterly failed to crush the two kidney stones. The both were big and now gone. *hits unpolished wood just in case*
     
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    Oh great, now I have sympathy pains for Arthgon. Either that or I have kidney stones too. I'm not sure which would be worse.

    Good morning.
     
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    It doesn't surprise me you feel feelings for things that are directly tied to the end of your dick when you think of Arthgon.

    Good afternoon.
     
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    Hah. Good one.

    And a good morning too.
     
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    I'm not really sure it was that good, I was trying way to hard. Enjoy that setup.

    Good (super fucking late, oh God why am I still up) evening.
     
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    Well I enjoyed the setup... the setup to correct grammar like a fastidious douchebag. That'll teach you for being tired!

    i hope your all havin a gooder morning then what i is.
     
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    I have missed the posts where we just whine and point out other errornous grammar, making the weak ones leave.
     
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    The sad thing is, I usually get annoyed at simple typos like that myself. More proof that posting at 3am local time is probably not a great idea.

    Good morning.
     
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    Isn't it about that time of year where we all try to one-up each other with how deeply buried in snow we are? It's not snowing here, but I did just get back from a business trip to a place that's sunny and warm. So it seems way colder by contrast. Also, my fridge is empty because I had to toss all my perishables before I left, and I don't feel like grocery shopping. So I guess I'll just starve. Nice knowing ya guys.

    On a different note from my present suffering, here's some thoughts (MAJOR SPOILERS) on Rogue One:

    Overall, good with moments of greatness. The Death Star blasting cities, Vader wrecking people, generally great action scenes. The unhinged, diabolically self-absorbed, yet oddly likable Director Krennic. A comic relief droid that's actually funny and not super cheesy. And then there's the not-so-great stuff: some of the characters we're supposed to care about just aren't very likable or well defined, to include heroine Jyn Erso and Captain Whats-his-face. When they got vaporized shortly after their check-the-block romantic awakening, I found I wasn't too sorry to see them go. And CGI Tarkin: impressively rendered, but not quite out of the uncanny valley. Same with CGI Leia, though she was more acceptable due to lack of screen time and dialogue. All in all, a solid film and great addition to the Star Wars saga.

    Good Morning

    EDIT: After watching the unaltered Original Trilogy yesterday, I was reminded of a couple things. 1) I hate the Special Edition CGI additions so much. 2) Young Carrie Fisher was a freakin smoke show.
     
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    So, if we hear any stories of cannibalism....
     
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    Basically no snow here. Just saw Rouge One, generally agrees with Japes on the movie.
     
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    Snow in Australia during Christmas? Are you daft man?
     
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    Good morning.

    I always appreciate the spoilers. The action sounds like satisfactory entertainment and the review has piqued my interest above the meh threshold.

    The weather is cloudy with a chance of death stars.
     
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