Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by aimeeandbeatles, Nov 4, 2019.
You're a possum.
It was four minutes, this wasn't like Ross and Rachel's break.
That's an actual photo of me in my room sophomore year of college
I knew it.
Takes one to know one. Swish!
Please. I am a rat.
Somewhere, out there
Beneath the pale moonlight
Someone's thinking of me
And loving me tonight
Makes me glad I got to skip living on campus entirely
Rant: CFC went down for two minutes. This is clearly unacceptable!
Oh, don't get it twisted, I only lived on campus freshman year.
Ah, they booted you out for spreading fleas.
Wait 2 weeks, try again, and take less.
Your body should not permanently be unable to tolerate absolute amounts of anything that fast, it must be temporary.
I would recommend cooking more. I made it a goal to do a lot more cooking for myself* and it definitely helped my day-to-day motivation. It doesn't need to be particularly fancy, even basic tacos (ground beef, taco seasoning, can of black beans) or lazy beef stew (chunks of beef cooked in mix of tomato soup and strained French onion soup, served over mashed potatoes) help.
Plus, hella cheaper than takeout. I can do a week of lunches with a box of pasta I got for $1.50.
*I was afraid the grocery store employees were judging me for the amount of frozen chicken strips I was buying.
I liked living on campus. The campus was in a pretty nice area so there wasn't much 'student slum housing' nearby, and for me to go far enough to get housing cheap enough to be worth the added hassle would mean I would need a car, which would eat into anything I would save!
Small rant: Mozilla Thunderbird will disable RSS feeds if they stop working for whatever reason (most of the time, it's temporary). The problem is that there's no notification of this and since I subfolder them, I often don't notice for a while.
No way to disable this feature, either.
Unlike Firefox which just axed them all-together.
But it doesn't spy on me…
Rant: coworkers and I ate less than half of my kibbeh at the potluck. Granted, there was a LOT of food. But this now piles onto my growing amount of leftovers that I must eat quickly, and I can't really eat much food anymore.
I've been hearing a lot of bad things about the standard PSU that comes with cyberpowerpc prebuilds.
Not sure I want to chance this. That combined with the unusually short 3-month warranty have me getting suspicious.
What system are you looking at?
It seems like a pretty good price for all that and suffice to say it's a massive upgrade over my old desktop which is from 2008.
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