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The Analog Grownup

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  1. Bought a 6.1 lbs sirloin roast and cut it into 16 steaks. They are for breakfast :D
  2. I've been in situations where I didn't have contact with old friends for several years. Then one day out the blue we got back in contact, so I'd say hold the opportunity that you might reconnect open.
  3. I'm sorry to hear that you're going through all this. Can't imagine the hurt. I hope you'll be able to stay as strong as possible and move through it.
  4. Congrat's! Enjoy the feeling, my friend! I don't know how much I'm able to enjoy that feeling - when it comes to women my neuroticism goes way over my comfort level. However, I'm tired of overthinking so either this ship sinks or sails ;)
  5. I have been on 4 dates with a woman which has gone very well. The chemistry is there and I invited her home for dinner this saturday, which actually is the first time I've ever done that. I have a feeling there could be something going on, but I'm not entirely sure as I'm a guy who needs to be smacked in the face with a sign before I get the hint. But I'll guess I'll find out. For the moment I like the way it's going which feels like getting beyond friendship. I like her and I know she likes me (she wrote it) but I don't know how she likes me. It's on my mind constantly.
  6. The soundtrack to Dunkirk. Next up is the soundtrack to Blade Runner 2049
  7. After watching Best Friends in London and meeting Tommy Wiseau, I can't wait to see this movie!!! "To be or not TOO bee" :laughing guy:
  8. I tried but couldn't get through it. I fall asleep or end up on Youtube instead. That probably says more about me than it does the film.
  9. http://youtu.be/Yst2AaKjpzs I have a twisted sense of humor, because I'm dying laughing
  10. On the bus home from work yesterday I saw a woman on the street, who had been beat up so bad that her eye probably got stomped out. Half her face was purple. I wasn't the only one who saw, because literally the whole bus gasped in unison. It was horrible.
  11. Holy smokes that one got under my skin! I give it 9 red balloons out of 10 :D
  12. I bought Aenima by Tool from HMV in London. The old cd got worn down and it was cheap.
  13. Hoping it gets the Rifftrax treatment just because of its connection to The Room. I am so looking forward to The Disaster Artist. Me too. The trailer where he tries to get the line 37+ times is hilarious. "I hit her"
  14. Saw this movie at a special event in London with a Q&A by Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero. I also met Tommy and got a picture taken with him. He's a prototype, I can tell you that! :D For any fans of The Room you have to this one too.
  15. How far is that from Denmark and how long does it take for you to get there? It's small skip across the North Sea. About an hour and fifteen minutes by airplane. Usually it's very cheap.
  16. I'm going to London tomorrow, so this is more a "what will make your day tomorrow" post, but what the heck. A friend and his girlfriend was supposed to go together, but she had to cancel so I got the offer. We're going to see a screening with a meet & greet with Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero. If you're familiar with the worst movie ever made, you know their names ;) This is movie we're going to see: http://youtu.be/rZXdU3iuAyI First time going to London. Must remember to look to the right first!
  17. Got the last cavity fixed at the dentist today. Now my teeth are as good as new :D
  18. Looks like great fun :). Have you moved to Canada? Yes, sir!!! Well color me envious! :D :cheers: to new adventures
  19. Beautifully written, Lucas. I'm sorry for your loss.
  20. Fallon either seems insincere or as someone who is trying too hard to make friends. I find his fake laughing degrading to his guests.
  21. Looks like great fun :). Have you moved to Canada?
  22. You probably knew that already but were reminded of it because of a recent event. The aftermath of a natural disaster maybe? I knew there are people that are willing to take advantage of others misfortunes, but I never thought it would be people who weren't already criminals or otherwise immoral. Yes, the hurricane and flooding in the Houston area. I see. It probably means that I'm more pessimistic than you in that I think everyday people are capable of scumbaggery and immoral acts. Those people you're referring to should be ashamed but of course, they won't be. When you realize that evil is a part of human nature, you realize it's a part of you too. I'm Lucifer's grandpa. Really though, I don't think I've ever been conceited enough to think I was above not committing a wrong. Even little little kids screw each other over through cheating at games they play, lying, stealing, bullying, whatever. When I saw those things as a little kid I didn't think, "Evil is a part of me too" or anything even remotely similar. I just recognized that someone was doing something that was wrong. And those other little kids were often just the average, run-of-the-mill kids. They weren't these evil little monsters with depressing family histories. Everyday people do bad things. For material gain. Status. Whatever. I'm not sure where the line is between "typical, bad acts" and "evil acts". And I'm not too sure that that's even as important as simply recognizing something is wrong or not fair. I'm not sure there is a definitive line between good and evil. An example is killing someone to save another's live.
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