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Klytus

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Klytus last won the day on January 8 2005

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  1. [h=5]So there I was, eating my breakfast, while the love-of-my-life was on her laptop... Her: ::watching the Google-doodle:: Oh, look! It must be Henry Ford's birthday. Me: ::blinking in disbelief, trying to figure out if she's trolling me or something:: Huh? Her: I mean, they've got an assembly line going, and he pioneered that. Me: Well, I'm gonna go out on a limb, here, and assume that the doodle might have something to do with it being Mother's Day today! Her: Oooohhh![/h]
  2. I went and bought myself an iPad today. When asked to name it, there was only one name I could think of... KlyPad.
  3. Q - What's the problem with having hearing-impaired lackeys? A - Yes. But you're not invited. Q: Are you truly having a party in my honor? A: No such thing.
  4. Re: The cranky thread I am about as close as I have ever been to completely imploding. Not only are we staring down the abyss of our own fiscal cliff, but I just learned that my ex-wife never took my name off of the mortgage the way she was legally obligated to have done 5 years ago according to the terms of our settlement. Even better, there was also a period of time where that mortgage was in foreclosure, which put a nice big black mark on my credit history. The final insult to this injury is that I only learned about this when trying to secure a new line of credit with a new credit union to help us find some short-term-relief in avoiding the aforementioned fiscal cliff, and was very perplexed when the credit officer was asking me about my history with mortgage payments. Yes, I have pinged a lawyer about what legal action I can take to address the later situation. As for the former... ...I'm just an absolute wreck.
  5. Re: Answers & Questions Q: How do AI's insult one another? A: Again with the vampires.
  6. Re: A Thread for Random Musings I not only got to live up to my message board title (No one of consequense, not Junior Member) IRL last night, I did pretty well at it, too
  7. Re: Answers & Questions Q: Why don't they ever look for angels in ice cream trucks? A: So is my bank account.
  8. Re: Musings on Random Musings My first memories of growing up were with my mother living with her parents right after she divorced my dad. They (the grandparents) were very Catholic, so they were always going to Church, and usually taking us (me and mom) with them. My mom was not very religious, though, so once she re-married and we moved out, that was the last I saw of Church. Then I was sent to a Catholic High School. True, mom sent me there mainly because it was a college prep school, but religion was still pretty unavoidable. For most of my life, I considered myself Christian and spiritual, but never religious. Then, in late 2008, early 2009, I had a pretty severe case of cognitive dissonance with certain important elements of Christianity, which (to me) made it impossible for me to keep calling myself Christian. I was spiritually adrift for a while, and found my way into Paganism. There is really no "label" for my Path, though I once heard someone describe me as a "solitary shamanic eclectic practitioner". In other words, I'm not part of a group or coven, and most strongly resonate with shamanism, but will still draw elements from other traditions which also resonate with me. In fact, today my wife and I are marking the Solstice by driving to the Luray Caverns to pursue personal spiritual guidance.
  9. Re: A Thread for Random Musings Happy Nonpocolypse!
  10. Re: Quote of the Week From My Life. Friend 1: My mother and I were talking about Christmas and how she got the Fluxx Cthulhu game for my fiance for Christmas. Me: Hee! Friend 1: Instead of calling it Cthulhu she called it chalupa. Me: Oh.My.God. Friend 1: So now I am picturing a chiuaua with tentacles. Me: Whereas I have an image of a giant chalupa rising from the sea... Friend 2: Mmm tasty eldergods... with nacho sauce! Friend 3: May I have a baja Cthulhu with pico de gallo?
  11. Re: Answers & Questions Q: How can a grocery store be out of paper bags? A: It was -13% off.
  12. Re: Quote of the Week From My Life. Oh, dear gods. If the North and South had nukes, we'd still be cleaning up the radioactive mess left behind...
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