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This is a discussion on INFJ Random Thoughts Thread within the INFJ Forum - The Protectors forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by Jebediah The room isn't moist . Maybe humid was a bad way to describe it? Good to ...

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by Jebediah View Post
    The room isn't moist. Maybe humid was a bad way to describe it?
    Good to know. Now I feel better for your footwear and your nose.
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    INFJ - The Protectors


    You know what is really weird? Diabetes is something that can be felt. The only problem is.. some people can't feel​.

  3. #5993
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Finally figured it out! Here's what I did on Tuesday.


  4. #5994
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Well. Home from the wedding. I may be more than a wee bit intoxercated, lol. Good times, though.

    Scottish wedding, which I didn't know. Men in kilts, tartan pinning, the whole nine... but no bagpipes. I was highly disappointed by this. How do you have a Celtic wedding and no pipes?!?!? The fuck. Grrrrrrrrrr.

    I did see my brother, see my brother play and hugged my brother... and a couple of other people. Which means, in simple terms, War's had enough huggin' for the rest of the year, thanks ever so much. (I only have so many, most are reserved for my family... I gave a few away to people that aren't in my family, so I'm all hugged out.)

    The food was... fabu. Seriously. Especially the deserts. Holy, hell. There were like... 20-30 different kinds... I had... 4. That was about enough to make me quite vomity. (My body doesn't sweets so much, honestly.) And cake later. Yummy stuff.

    I'm glad I can sleep in tomorrow. I need to sleep in tomorrow. It's just about 10p and I'm about ready to fall over... but it's way too early for me to go to bed, so... I have to kill some time. Off to do that now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jebediah View Post
    My first name is John. Happy searching! What be your last name, yo?
    Random guess: Bowers?

    My great-great-great-great-great grandmother's name was Isabelle O'Connor. Family legend has it that she ran away from home (Cork), hopped a ship for the Americas, and ended up in Indiana. Supposedly she came from a very wealthy family but turned her back on all of it to become a Hoosier* farm wife.

    *Hoosier: anything or anybody from Indiana. Translation provided for our Irish friend.
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  6. #5996
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by Jebediah View Post
    Finally figured it out! Here's what I did on Tuesday.

    Jeb, you did that??? I'm quite impressed, good job :) Beautiful too.
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    Did no one in the Federation ever think to combine the technology of the replicator with that of the transporter? If I was in Star Trek that would be a constant (minor) thorn in my side. Why make everyone walk over to the replicator every time, why not upgrade it to create your food/drink right in front of you? Surely that can't be too difficult since both the individual technologies have been created already...
    And especially since Picard is always drinking his precious Earl Grey, if the ship ever dipped while he was carrying it back to his seat he'd be burned like hell. Can't risk harm coming to the Captain due to engineerial laziness.* What the hell, Roddenberry et al?

    * = I'm aware this is a franchise that habitually sends the highest ranking officers/irreplaceables on dangerous away missions... regardless, the point stands.
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  8. #5998
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by damfino View Post
    Random guess: Bowers?

    My great-great-great-great-great grandmother's name was Isabelle O'Connor. Family legend has it that she ran away from home (Cork), hopped a ship for the Americas, and ended up in Indiana. Supposedly she came from a very wealthy family but turned her back on all of it to become a Hoosier* farm wife.

    *Hoosier: anything or anybody from Indiana. Translation provided for our Irish friend.
    Is that where "hoosier daddy" comes from? ( I know, lame...giggle) One my favorite forms of furniture though are Hoosier cabinets. I've wanted one for years and years.

    @warweasel Sounds like a beautiful wedding and great feast! Glad you had a good time too.

    I've had a quiet day - lots of chatting on the phone, well, mostly a lot of listening really. Movie. Book. Beef. Off to see my parents and possibly le middle child tomorrow, although one of the babies is sick so I might skip that.

    And I'm getting sleepies already. Yawnnnnnnnnnnnn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by warweasel View Post
    At one time, yes. I never rode with a crew ever. Only took the course because I thought it'd be interesting and certainly useful information. So, I basically became certified for the sport of it. Though it has come in handy on several occasions as I have stopped many a time at some pretty nasty MVAs that I've run across while driving to & fro. (The thing about living in a small town near a city is you're always driving somewhere unpopulated and that's often where the worst MVAs are and there's nobody there to help, except passing motorists.)
    That's really cool.

    What's NOT cool is a Gaelic wedding without bagpipes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jebediah View Post
    Cooked up the burgers for dinner and let me tell you, those things smell like Swamp Thing's ballsack. Ate half of one and had to bin it. I think I will be poisoned in the morning. Even the smell gave me a headache.
    So what exactly does Swamp Thing's ballsack smell like? And how do you know?
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