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carlsonjok



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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 20 2009,22:16   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Feb. 20 2009,22:15)
Quote (Louis @ Feb. 20 2009,17:27)
ETA: It is actually SPECTACULARLY hard to offend me. It borders on the near impossible.

Hmmmm.... sounds like a dare!

Deadman, are you listening?

Deadman is hiding because he knows I found out his secret.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,05:19   

Damn me, haven't posted for ages and I totally missed this one! O well, better late then never: congrats with your little snotling Louis! May he make a fine church burner ;)

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,05:55   

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I can only assume it's a virgin birth.

That's what Dnmlthr was getting at.

However, not matter how disgusting the thought might be, this is not a case of parthenogenesis. Despite well over a decade in the lab and frequent contact with some very nasty chemicals indeed, my team of swimming geniuses appear to be fully functional. Hurrah! Go team!

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,06:04   

Quote (Louis @ Feb. 21 2009,12:55)
Quote (Doc Bill @ Feb. 21 2009,04:10)
I can only assume it's a virgin birth.

That's what Dnmlthr was getting at.

However, not matter how disgusting the thought might be, this is not a case of parthenogenesis. Despite well over a decade in the lab and frequent contact with some very nasty chemicals indeed, my team of swimming geniuses appear to be fully functional. Hurrah! Go team!

Louis

I perceived Dnmlthr's opinion differently. In regard to what was being said by all the experienced dads here, he'd rather everyone reproduced by parthenogenesis instead of going through the stressful and painful process of regular childbirth.

I think that's the main reason why he apologized if he somehow came out as a jerk.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,06:24   

Quote (Schroedinger's Dog @ Feb. 21 2009,12:04)
Quote (Louis @ Feb. 21 2009,12:55)
 
Quote (Doc Bill @ Feb. 21 2009,04:10)
I can only assume it's a virgin birth.

That's what Dnmlthr was getting at.

However, not matter how disgusting the thought might be, this is not a case of parthenogenesis. Despite well over a decade in the lab and frequent contact with some very nasty chemicals indeed, my team of swimming geniuses appear to be fully functional. Hurrah! Go team!

Louis

I perceived Dnmlthr's opinion differently. In regard to what was being said by all the experienced dads here, he'd rather everyone reproduced by parthenogenesis instead of going through the stressful and painful process of regular childbirth.

I think that's the main reason why he apologized if he somehow came out as a jerk.

As far as I understand it parthenogenesis would still require a birth (painful or otherwise), it just wouldn't require a father.

Or did he mean that if parthenogenesis* occurred then we lads (not that there would be any lads at all) we could be in the pub whilst the women got on with all that tedious reproducing lark?

Either way the biology's a bit dodgy, and either way I certainly didn't think he was being a jerk of any sort.

The only good part is me + pub. What a good idea!

Louis

*ETA and I don't think he did. He said, and meant, division, v. different from parthenogenesis.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,06:39   

HA, HA this is me:


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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,06:41   

Ok, my bad, I did a bad mistake.

I wasn't thinking parthenogenesis, but division. Division is actualy the word he uses.

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I'm always happy to hear of new developments in mammalian reproduction by means of division! The alternative is both too implausible and frightening to ponder.


If you look at his phrase as a general statement, and not something directed at you, and in light of the great birth-tales that preceded it, I think the meaning is quite different.

Anyway, I'm all for the pub too, and if I can divide while having a beer, I won't be one to complain about having a new drinking buddy...:)

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,06:44   

Quote (Schroedinger's Dog @ Feb. 21 2009,12:41)
[SNIP]

Anyway, I'm all for the pub too, and if I can divide while having a beer, I won't be one to complain about having a new drinking buddy...:)

Pastis?

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,06:52   

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Pastis?


I've overdosed on that a few years ago, but I'm quite partial to a nice glass of red wine before starting the real binge.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,07:24   

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Pastis?


I've overdosed on that a few years ago, but I'm quite partial to a nice glass of red wine before starting the real binge.

Red wine? But of course!

I do like a good claret, Bordeaux for preference, Margaux if I can get it (good Margaux is a) hard to find here and b) hard to afford when you do find it in the UK) and I prefer not to binge on (or after it).

Unless of course we are going to consume what I refer to as the "New World Fighting Wines", many of which are very nice and very good for a serious session which leaves you with liver damage.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,07:34   

Quote (Louis @ Feb. 21 2009,07:24)
I do like a good claret, Bordeaux for preference, Margaux if I can get it (good Margaux is a) hard to find here and b) hard to afford when you do find it in the UK) and I prefer not to binge on (or after it).

Hard to find there? Try living in Okla-freaking-homa.  I haven't seen a classified growth Margaux since I moved here.
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Unless of course we are going to consume what I refer to as the "New World Fighting Wines", many of which are very nice and very good for a serious session which leaves you with liver damage.

Louis


Are you referring to the big California cabs?  Not a big fan of them because they are really bumping up the alcohol content to 14% and more.  I much prefer Oregon Pinots and just about any red from Chile.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,07:37   

I like a mellow Merlot or a mid-young Cabernet Sauvignon. Bordeaux is quite nice as a general dinner wine, but most of all I'm in for Côtes du Rhône.

In 2005, I became co-godfather of a new type of Côtes du Rhones with my skydiving team. The wine is (was? I'm not sure it still exists) "Autrement: Ambiance Givrée". It is a wine that is targeting young adults for recreational purposes (I mean, not something you'd like on your table alongside a nice dinner. When we birthed and baptised it, it made quite a success. Not too sweet, but not too harsh either. And most weird, wether it was white, rosé or red, it was to be served at a temperature around 12°C.

The wine was made in St Cecile les Vignes.

Ahhh, memories...

EDIT: 12°, not 2

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,07:41   

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and just about any red from Chile.

That is so very true. Chile wine is excellent.

Another of my favorites is any wine from the Friuli region (IT). I am lucky enough to go there twice a year, and whatever you have for dinner, these wines will fit like a glove. Very smooth, fruity (yet not too much), and 100% headache/bellyache proof.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,07:46   

see, what you do is take you some fine champagne, top shelf at the likker store, and you get you some Ripple.  and you mix them shits together.  and you gots Champipple.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,08:05   

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Quote (Louis @ Feb. 21 2009,07:24)
I do like a good claret, Bordeaux for preference, Margaux if I can get it (good Margaux is a) hard to find here and b) hard to afford when you do find it in the UK) and I prefer not to binge on (or after it).

Hard to find there? Try living in Okla-freaking-homa.  I haven't seen a classified growth Margaux since I moved here.
 
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Unless of course we are going to consume what I refer to as the "New World Fighting Wines", many of which are very nice and very good for a serious session which leaves you with liver damage.

Louis


Are you referring to the big California cabs?  Not a big fan of them because they are really bumping up the alcohol content to 14% and more.  I much prefer Oregon Pinots and just about any red from Chile.

I'm talking about wine for drunkenness as opposed to wine for proper enjoyment. So screw cap bottles of cab sauv on the red side and heavily oaked chardonnays on the white side. Usually found in supermarkets for ~£5 a bottle and eminently quaffable.

A bottle of port also works nicely.

If you want to go for New World wines that are GOOD, then we're talking about something else entirely! I'd agree that Chile has some spectacular stuff, but then I'd not write off the Californians either who have turned out some monster vintages in their time. But with France (and Italy...mmmm Barolo) so close, I have to declare my bias, I rarely buy New World unless I know it (and I'm far from expert) or unless it falls into the aforementioned "Fighting Wine" category. I don't think I've been privileged to have an Oregon pinot....hmmm WINE TOUR OF THE US!!!!

Pack the bags, there's alcoholism to be had!

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,08:11   

Quote (Erasmus, FCD @ Feb. 21 2009,13:46)
see, what you do is take you some fine champagne, top shelf at the likker store, and you get you some Ripple.  and you mix them shits together.  and you gots Champipple.

What you do is take a bottle of Mad Dog 20:20 (or Thunderbird) and a bottle of port and a bottle of blue WKD, find a park bench, drink half the port, top up with blue WKD, drink half the resulting Cheeky Vimto, top uo with MD 20:20/Thunderbird, drink any remaining MD 20:20/Thunderbird/blue WKD, thus saving a bottle of Turbo Cheeky Vimto, which you can now carry through town as you swear at passers by and urinate copiously on public buildings before find a nice corner to curl up in, nurse you bottle of madness inducing uber alcohol and calmly shit yourself to sleep.

Ahhhhh tramps. The colour our streets in so many fine ways. Gentlemen of the road every one.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,08:56   

Quote (Louis @ Feb. 21 2009,16:11)
Quote (Erasmus @ FCD,Feb. 21 2009,13:46)
see, what you do is take you some fine champagne, top shelf at the likker store, and you get you some Ripple.  and you mix them shits together.  and you gots Champipple.

What you do is take a bottle of Mad Dog 20:20 (or Thunderbird) and a bottle of port and a bottle of blue WKD, find a park bench, drink half the port, top up with blue WKD, drink half the resulting Cheeky Vimto, top uo with MD 20:20/Thunderbird, drink any remaining MD 20:20/Thunderbird/blue WKD, thus saving a bottle of Turbo Cheeky Vimto, which you can now carry through town as you swear at passers by and urinate copiously on public buildings before find a nice corner to curl up in, nurse you bottle of madness inducing uber alcohol and calmly shit yourself to sleep.

Ahhhhh tramps. The colour our streets in so many fine ways. Gentlemen of the road every one.

Louis

Do we have a sex for this so called baby yet or is it delirium?

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,10:05   

I notice BWE hasn't been back since drunkenly starting this thread. Is he still hungover? Should we try and keep down the noise?

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,10:08   

Quote (k.e.. @ Feb. 21 2009,14:56)
Quote (Louis @ Feb. 21 2009,16:11)
Quote (Erasmus @ FCD,Feb. 21 2009,13:46)
see, what you do is take you some fine champagne, top shelf at the likker store, and you get you some Ripple.  and you mix them shits together.  and you gots Champipple.

What you do is take a bottle of Mad Dog 20:20 (or Thunderbird) and a bottle of port and a bottle of blue WKD, find a park bench, drink half the port, top up with blue WKD, drink half the resulting Cheeky Vimto, top uo with MD 20:20/Thunderbird, drink any remaining MD 20:20/Thunderbird/blue WKD, thus saving a bottle of Turbo Cheeky Vimto, which you can now carry through town as you swear at passers by and urinate copiously on public buildings before find a nice corner to curl up in, nurse you bottle of madness inducing uber alcohol and calmly shit yourself to sleep.

Ahhhhh tramps. The colour our streets in so many fine ways. Gentlemen of the road every one.

Louis

Do we have a sex for this so called baby yet or is it delirium?

Yup, it's a boy. Although he ain't born yet, so the word "baby" is unnecessarily "pro life" in my book. He's not a baby until he's out of the womb, and he's not a person until he's in my phone book! I'm harsh, I know.

Louis

P.S. Tongue meet cheek.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,10:21   

Quote (Louis @ Feb. 21 2009,10:08)
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Quote (Erasmus @ FCD,Feb. 21 2009,13:46)
see, what you do is take you some fine champagne, top shelf at the likker store, and you get you some Ripple.  and you mix them shits together.  and you gots Champipple.

What you do is take a bottle of Mad Dog 20:20 (or Thunderbird) and a bottle of port and a bottle of blue WKD, find a park bench, drink half the port, top up with blue WKD, drink half the resulting Cheeky Vimto, top uo with MD 20:20/Thunderbird, drink any remaining MD 20:20/Thunderbird/blue WKD, thus saving a bottle of Turbo Cheeky Vimto, which you can now carry through town as you swear at passers by and urinate copiously on public buildings before find a nice corner to curl up in, nurse you bottle of madness inducing uber alcohol and calmly shit yourself to sleep.

Ahhhhh tramps. The colour our streets in so many fine ways. Gentlemen of the road every one.

Louis

Do we have a sex for this so called baby yet or is it delirium?

Yup, it's a boy. Although he ain't born yet, so the word "baby" is unnecessarily "pro life" in my book. He's not a baby until he's out of the womb, and he's not a person until he's in my phone book! I'm harsh, I know.

Louis

P.S. Tongue meet cheek.

Hey bud, I understand.  The "baby", "fetus", "that thing inside" is what the parents want to call it.

What I can't understand is this wine thing.  And this from a half-Italian.

Give me a a good stout or ale anytime over a wine.  I guess it's the half-Irish in me coming out.

An Irish-Italian 7 course meal anyone?





A bottle of vino and a six pack of course.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,10:22   

Quote (Louis @ Feb. 21 2009,10:08)
I'm harsh, I know.

Louis
P.S. -- Tongue meet cheek.

Why, yes, that would be-a nice. Tongue, please to meet dis cheeks.


Carlson, stop ogling, you perve.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,10:40   

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Quote (Louis @ Feb. 21 2009,10:08)
I'm harsh, I know.

Louis
P.S. -- Tongue meet cheek.

Why, yes, that would be-a nice. Tongue, please to meet dis cheeks.


Carlson, stop ogling, you perve.

Thanks deadman, now I fear I'll be impotent for a while with that image is still in my mind.

Need to find some good porn.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,10:43   

Quote (carlsonjok @ Feb. 20 2009,22:16)
Deadman is hiding because he knows I found out his secret.


Carlson praying to get that capricious growth removed.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,11:31   

Quote (deadman_932 @ Feb. 21 2009,10:43)
Quote (carlsonjok @ Feb. 20 2009,22:16)
Deadman is hiding because he knows I found out his secret.


Carlson praying to get that capricious growth removed.

Dude, I wasn't going to tell anyone that, in addition to a predilection for small woodland animals, you are also a practicing furry.  But, you leave me no choice.

Ladies and Gentleman, I give you Deadman after a night out with his friends.



PS I just have to say that the intertubez are the bestest. You can find anything out there.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,11:35   

The intertubez have made me realize I have led a rather dull life.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,11:39   

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So Louis, you speak French as well?

Any German speakers here on this board?  My German sucks almost as much as my English, but I want to start trying to communicate with it again.

OBTW Louis, my great aunt is Norman and she's a sweetie, hates Parisians and a great cook so watch it buddy.....

As Louis already mentioned I'm German and sparc is, too.
So, if you want to give it a try, go ahead ;)

A nice place to practice German as a foreign language is LEO. It's a site with dictionaries for German - English, - French, - Italian, - Spanish, and - Chinese, and for each language there's also a forum where you can ask language related questions or just chat (e.g. the English - German forum).

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 21 2009,13:31   

Quote (JLT @ Feb. 21 2009,11:39)
Quote (FrankH @ Feb. 20 2009,20:41)
So Louis, you speak French as well?

Any German speakers here on this board?  My German sucks almost as much as my English, but I want to start trying to communicate with it again.

OBTW Louis, my great aunt is Norman and she's a sweetie, hates Parisians and a great cook so watch it buddy.....

As Louis already mentioned I'm German and sparc is, too.
So, if you want to give it a try, go ahead ;)

A nice place to practice German as a foreign language is LEO. It's a site with dictionaries for German - English, - French, - Italian, - Spanish, and - Chinese, and for each language there's also a forum where you can ask language related questions or just chat (e.g. the English - German forum).

Danke,


Ich teile Ihnen mit, dass ich spreche oder schreibe Deutsch als ob das englisch war.

Es zeigt meine Unerfahrenheit der Sprache jedem Mal.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 22 2009,01:08   

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Merci beaucoup, mon ami. Mais je n'ai pas besoin de ce chose. Les enfants ici sont malheureusement stupides.

Louis

P.S. My written French has seriously suffered, hell my French has suffered because I simply don't practice enough. And verlan has just confused the issue. ;-)

Wow! You did well. Almost perfect (only almost because "chose" is female and should be preceded by "cette"). Congrats!

BUGGER! I was debating the sex of "chose" as well. I plumbed for male on a coin toss. C'est le* vie!

Louis

*I know, I know. It's a joke.

ETA: I do actually speak French, I just need to use it occasionally. A couple of days in France and I'm almost indistinguishable from a Norman (where I learnt most of my French, and picked up an atrocious Normandy accent).

In Cuban Spanish C'est la vie (spoken) Means exactly:
I see her vagina.

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 22 2009,01:08   

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B b but... It desedrves it's own thread.  ???  

I'll try to type slower but I have to put my face right down next to the keys and it's kinda scary. Looking up a second ago, I see it apparently helps the spelling though.

Hold on to the floor, it'll keep you from falling off.

I should probably apologize for posting and drinking. But I'm not sorry. Is that OK? :)

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(Permalink) Posted: Feb. 22 2009,01:09   

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Thanks for the kind sentiment but can this thread be deleted/ignored/altered to the Drunken Posting Thread so we can get on with the business at hand, i.e. LOLCats, dick jokes, moron baiting and occasional science discussion.

Good idea!  I think I'll engage in some moron baiting......with LOLCats!

HA HA THIS IS BWE


I was juggling knives.

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