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Re: random craic.
« Reply #795 on: Jun 9th, 2007, 12:23am »
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Mmm, ta for that.  Will either try that or stick my head in the fish tank...
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« Reply #796 on: Jun 9th, 2007, 12:29am »
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It worked!  Oh yeshh!!!
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« Reply #797 on: Jun 9th, 2007, 12:55am »
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Nice.
 
 
I finally figured out the cat. It just needs playing with. Awww. Wonder if it`s got a pooey bum? Actually, there *is* one of those later on.
 
Apropos of nothing (well this is random craig isn`t it?) but I nearly got attacked by a cat at one of the jobs this week. A big fat hairy cat. They also had a big fat hairy dog who was as nice a dog as you would ever hope to meet, perhaps fooled me in to thinking the cat would be the same. All I was doing was walking up the stairs to get to another part of the building. Just so happens, the cat was going that way too. Must`ve thought I was following him, maybe he was in a bad mood, either way he didn`t appreciate my presence. Had a bit of a hiss/growl and lashed out. Missed, mind. Funny thing was, the rest of the time he was perfectly calm and reasonable, if a bit weary, which is to be expected when you come in to his place of residence and start setting off the fire alarms.
 
But it`s not about that.
 
Got to Q74, hup-de-do! That`ll definately do me for now. I didn`t get home until 2230 last night (the job from hell - I`d have happily gone back to face that cat again instead!), I`m knackered.
 
 
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« Reply #798 on: Jun 9th, 2007, 1:05am »
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Er...  Any hints on 66?
 
I'm in danger of losing my sanity.
 
<edit>  Scrub that, Google is a wonderful thing.  Up to the candy girl one..
 
That cat didn't like you cos you liked the dog.  Simple.  You got what was coming to you.
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« Reply #799 on: Jun 9th, 2007, 2:31pm »
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Sorry, I`d had enough for one week and went to sleep!
 
According to the cat`s owner, he does that from time to time anyway. Apparently got a bit of a wiring fault in his brain or something, and it wasn`t anything personal. Still, scared me a bit, I only wanted to go and test a break-glass unit.
 
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Candy Girl one - just think The Archies.  
 
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On reflection, I can say that this is definately highly addictive, *and* a bizarre work of modernist surrealism, *and* completely annoying.
 
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« Reply #800 on: Jun 9th, 2007, 10:57pm »
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Disparage, v.t.  The process of removing asparagus from your person.
 
Disparagus,  Tool for removal of asparagus from the person.
 
Disparate,  Two entirely separate deposits of asparagus on your clothing.
 
Desperate,  Person who finds there is still some asparagus stuck to their shirt, round the back where they couldn't see. Usually after they have returned the Disparagus to its owner.
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« Reply #801 on: Jun 9th, 2007, 11:28pm »
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It`s a work of genius. Probably. But which one is right?
 
Havn`t got that far though, the horseshoe one gets me every time.
 
Blimey charlie, it doesn`t half slow my system down. The letters take so long to appear in here. I hope it isn`t doing anything untoward while I try to figure out the answers.
 
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« Reply #802 on: Jun 10th, 2007, 9:34am »
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If I even start on that quiz (got to Q10 I admit), so many things that need doing will not get done, so stop teasing me!
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« Reply #803 on: Jun 10th, 2007, 12:39pm »
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I keep getting stumped by the ones that require hand eye coordination.
 
Meh...
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« Reply #804 on: Jun 10th, 2007, 5:25pm »
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Not looking forward to anything too tricky in that styl-ee, I have no sense of direction at all. Given up for now to be honest, but I`ll get back to it again soon enough.
 
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Apropos of nothing, but I absolutely hate this weather. I know most people love the sun, not me. It`s too damn hot and there`s nowhere to hide! Got to work tomorrow too, so beer is out of the question. The display says 24.7 in here, gone down a bit, it was nearly 26. I can guarantee you it won`t drop much lower overnight, this room is always so hot when it gets like this. Must be all the equipment.
 
I just mowed the grass. Near enough collapsed afterwards. Bring on the autumn!
 
Actually, looks like it might rain later on, that`d be nice.
 
 Cry
 
(I`m not crying - that`s the sweat dripping uncontrollably, urgh!)
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« Reply #805 on: Jun 10th, 2007, 5:28pm »
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Thunderstorms tomorrow.
 
I work from home in a 1st-floor south-facing room, last year it got up to 35C in here, but now I've got wireless network so I will be straight off to the garden if it tries any of that again.
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« Reply #806 on: Jun 10th, 2007, 5:52pm »
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Last year was hell on earth, hope we don`t get another one of those in a hurry. I seem to remember on one of the hottest days of the year down here, I found myself needing to work in an attic space. Must`ve been near 50 up there, or that`s how it felt. No neeeeeeeeeeeed!
 
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Thunderstorms - nice. Some impressive bright colours on the rainfall radar this afternoon too, north and south of us down here, not sure if there`s any lightning in there though, or whether it`ll get anywhere near.
 
I do love a good thunderstorm, especially at night. Seriously impressive natural light and sound shows. But unfortunately for me, fire alarm systems don`t like getting hit by lightning so when there are loads of storms about, it often means we`re all too busy trying to sort out downed systems. It can range from a simple blown fuse, to the panel and half the detection devices in a whole building completely fried, depending on how close it hit.
 
Working from home sounds like fun!
 
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It`s heating up in here again now that nice big cloud moved away and the sun`s round to shining in the window. 25.4 and rising, despite a big huge fan. Not going to get much sleep tonight.....
 
 
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« Reply #807 on: Jun 10th, 2007, 7:33pm »
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Of course, you don't need me to remind you that a fan can't reduce the actual room temperature, only make you feel cooler by accelerating the rate of evaporative heat loss  Smiley
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« Reply #808 on: Jun 10th, 2007, 7:53pm »
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I know!
 
But this one is sat on the windowsill in front of an open window, drawing in the cooler air from outside (now only 20.7) to displace the hot air inside.  
 
Unfortunately everything in this room has been heated up during the day also, meaning it will take ages to cool down overall.
 
I need air conditioning! Unfortunately, it`s a bit too expensive, and I would get frowned at by all the eco fascists for taking more power than they think I should. Can`t have that now.
 
Perhaps when I can finally afford my own place, I`ll have it designed/built in a Grand Designs stylee, with at least part of it underground including the bedroom. That way it`ll stay cool all year round, and sheltered from the cold of winter also, with the minimum of energy needed to keep it comfortable.
 
Just hope that, also in a Grand Designs stylee, it doesn`t take twice as long to be built than originally expected, and cost three times as much!
 
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« Reply #809 on: Jun 11th, 2007, 9:28pm »
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Well they got that one wrong then. Not a rumble of thunder, not a spot of rain. Clouds, yes, not much else though.
 
Honestly, that`s three days in a row they`ve got it wrong. You`d have thought with all this fancy technology nowadays that they`d know by now what the weather will do 24 hours in advance.
 
Be better off hanging up some seaweed I reckon!
 
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