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jeffgreen
lol
JesseHaysFL
Wow that killed the chat
Sorry everybody
kenjisalk
lol
jackal|89312
Ba ba boo ey Mah mah mon key ta ta too thy
ra ra re tard ba ba booey! ba ba booey! fa fa fo hi ta ta too thy fla fla flow hi There's a monkey that lives in a man cave below He's a flunky that works on the howard stern show! He's got humongous teeth and two lips like balloons And he looks like an Eritrean baboon He's scratching his ass as he's licking his lips And his breath is as bad as an
elephant sh*ts! And he'll always be known as bababooey When he opens his mouth it's a vile-wretched smell And his stories are long; you'll be hanging yourself When he tries to be witty he never succeeds 'Cause he can't get a joke past those monstrous teeth He gets bored in las vegas (there's nothing to do!) He should go back to sleep with his cage
in the zoo He got shot in the eye with vagina goo! Horse teeth, big lips, with breath like diarrhea. Small brain, wide ass, oh fla fla floo ley Gary and Mary just like Ralph's berry, another topic of talk on the show I dont think you could script someone more pu**y-whipped, man what a fu*king homo And dinner is always slim pickens, while jackson an
d lucas get dibs on the chicken The booey is left with his fat finger up his nose Oh! And that's just the story of gary and mary He looks like a chimp and he's so damn hairy But he should be lucky for a guy who looks like John Oates Baba ba boo Oh, fla fla flo hi There are many names to call this guy How did you ever find a spouse, with that italia
n cesspool mouth?
StaatsOne
haha
jackal|89312
Ba ba boo ey Mah mah mon key ta ta too thy
ra ra re tard ba ba booey! ba ba booey! fa fa fo hi ta ta too thy fla fla flow hi There's a monkey that lives in a man cave below He's a flunky that works on the howard stern show! He's got humongous teeth and two lips like balloons And he looks like an Eritrean baboon He's scratching his ass as he's licking his lips And his breath is as bad as an
elephant sh*ts! And he'll always be known as bababooey When he opens his mouth it's a vile-wretched smell And his stories are long; you'll be hanging yourself When he tries to be witty he never succeeds 'Cause he can't get a joke past those monstrous teeth He gets bored in las vegas (there's nothing to do!) He should go back to sleep with his cage
in the zoo He got shot in the eye with vagina goo! Horse teeth, big lips, with breath like diarrhea. Small brain, wide ass, oh fla fla floo ley Gary and Mary just like Ralph's berry, another topic of talk on the show I dont think you could script someone more pu**y-whipped, man what a fu*king homo And dinner is always slim pickens, while jackson an
d lucas get dibs on the chicken The booey is left with his fat finger up his nose Oh! And that's just the story of gary and mary He looks like a chimp and he's so damn hairy But he should be lucky for a guy who looks like John Oates Baba ba boo Oh, fla fla flo hi There are many names to call this guy How did you ever find a spouse, with that italia
n cesspool mouth?
UOThief
cool story
A7
What the?
JesseHaysFL
Does simple allow bitcoin deposits/as a currency?
StaatsOne
driveclub is pretty good
JesseHaysFL
Nevermind Ill go check
jackal|27629
Rocket leauge is such a surprise.. free on PS Plus
JeffCannata
YES Jesse
jackal|46379
Ba ba boo ey Mah mah mon key ta ta too thy
ra ra re tard ba ba booey! ba ba booey! fa fa fo hi ta ta too thy fla fla flow hi There's a monkey that lives in a man cave below He's a flunky that works on the howard stern show! He's got humongous teeth and two lips like balloons And he looks like an Eritrean baboon He's scratching his ass as he's licking his lips And his breath is as bad as an
elephant sh*ts! And he'll always be known as bababooey When he opens his mouth it's a vile-wretched smell And his stories are long; you'll be hanging yourself When he tries to be witty he never succeeds 'Cause he can't get a joke past those monstrous teeth He gets bored in las vegas (there's nothing to do!) He should go back to sleep with his cage
in the zoo He got shot in the eye with vagina goo! Horse teeth, big lips, with breath like diarrhea. Small brain, wide ass, oh fla fla floo ley Gary and Mary just like Ralph's berry, another topic of talk on the show I dont think you could script someone more pu**y-whipped, man what a fu*king homo And dinner is always slim pickens, while jackson an
d lucas get dibs on the chicken The booey is left with his fat finger up his nose Oh! And that's just the story of gary and mary He looks like a chimp and he's so damn hairy But he should be lucky for a guy who looks like John Oates Baba ba boo Oh, fla fla flo hi There are many names to call this guy How did you ever find a spouse, with that italia
n cesspool mouth?
SimonWest
Agree - was moaning about ps+ games vs game for gold with ac
jackal|46379
Ba ba boo ey Mah mah mon key ta ta too thy
ra ra re tard ba ba booey! ba ba booey! fa fa fo hi ta ta too thy fla fla flow hi There's a monkey that lives in a man cave below He's a flunky that works on the howard stern show! He's got humongous teeth and two lips like balloons And he looks like an Eritrean baboon He's scratching his ass as he's licking his lips And his breath is as bad as an
elephant sh*ts! And he'll always be known as bababooey When he opens his mouth it's a vile-wretched smell And his stories are long; you'll be hanging yourself When he tries to be witty he never succeeds 'Cause he can't get a joke past those monstrous teeth He gets bored in las vegas (there's nothing to do!) He should go back to sleep with his cage
in the zoo He got shot in the eye with vagina goo! Horse teeth, big lips, with breath like diarrhea. Small brain, wide ass, oh fla fla floo ley Gary and Mary just like Ralph's berry, another topic of talk on the show I dont think you could script someone more pu**y-whipped, man what a fu*king homo And dinner is always slim pickens, while jackson an
d lucas get dibs on the chicken The booey is left with his fat finger up his nose Oh! And that's just the story of gary and mary He looks like a chimp and he's so damn hairy But he should be lucky for a guy who looks like John Oates Baba ba boo Oh, fla fla flo hi There are many names to call this guy How did you ever find a spouse, with that italia
n cesspool mouth?
JesseHaysFL
Sweet, if you guys also want to check out simple like I am... https://www.simple.com/
jackal|46379
Ba ba boo ey Mah mah mon key ta ta too thy
ra ra re tard ba ba booey! ba ba booey! fa fa fo hi ta ta too thy fla fla flow hi There's a monkey that lives in a man cave below He's a flunky that works on the howard stern show! He's got humongous teeth and two lips like balloons And he looks like an Eritrean baboon He's scratching his ass as he's licking his lips And his breath is as bad as an
elephant sh*ts! And he'll always be known as bababooey When he opens his mouth it's a vile-wretched smell And his stories are long; you'll be hanging yourself When he tries to be witty he never succeeds 'Cause he can't get a joke past those monstrous teeth He gets bored in las vegas (there's nothing to do!) He should go back to sleep with his cage
in the zoo He got shot in the eye with vagina goo! Horse teeth, big lips, with breath like diarrhea. Small brain, wide ass, oh fla fla floo ley Gary and Mary just like Ralph's berry, another topic of talk on the show I dont think you could script someone more pu**y-whipped, man what a fu*king homo And dinner is always slim pickens, while jackson an
d lucas get dibs on the chicken The booey is left with his fat finger up his nose Oh! And that's just the story of gary and mary He looks like a chimp and he's so damn hairy But he should be lucky for a guy who looks like John Oates Baba ba boo Oh, fla fla flo hi There are many names to call this guy How did you ever find a spouse, with that italia
n cesspool mouth?
JesseHaysFL
thanks Jeff!
jackal|27629
still need Sony to add a few AAA to PS plus though
SimonWest
And swearing
wizardofvideogam
Maybe you're just high, Jeff.
JesseHaysFL
I cut the cable, now maybe I will have to cut the bank as well
StaatsOne
the more you play RL the better you get
ShredAlex
Uh oh, I feel a "See, this is why I like HOTS more-- because there's no element of chaos." ;)
SimonWest
i trick pony? A goat i think u mean :p
jackal|69248
Marie Kondo is right. Clean up is good for the soul.
It all started with a gift from Helena Price: Marie Kondos best selling book, The Life Changing Magic of Tidying up. Perhaps, Helena saw the clutter in my apartment when she came to visit (to take photos that were to accompany my interview with Offscreen Magazine) that convinced her that I needed help. I think I did. Deep down, I for past few yea
rs I have known that I had accumulated too many things. I was holding on to things  both physical and metaphorical that provided the comfort of past, leaving room for nothing new. I was holding on to things that didnt make any sense. I didnt know why I had a living room full of furniture that had started to feel so alien.
Letting go is even more important than adding. The fact that you possess a surplus of things that you cant bring yourself to discard doesnt mean you are taking good care of them. In fact, it is quite the opposite.
About two years back, I had scaled down my life to a small one bedroom apartment  one that is more befitting my desire to travel and use San Francisco as the hub of my journeys into the unknown. I had left the company I started to pursue life and see the world which was changing even as I stayed put in one place. I had a closet full of clothes tha
t had no correlation with my style sensibility. Ill-fitting, trendy, too colorful and some of them just out of sync with the early autumn stage of my life. Many were the roadkill on my evolution as a man who slowly got comfortable with knowing what he didnt want as much as when he did.
Today, I much prefer few things  well fitting, mostly bespoke, and built to last into the future when I might be long gone. The mainstream brands have little room in my life, instead I prefer to find craftsmanship. I like makers who make, because they dont know what else to do. These choices are hard, sometimes cost more and take a lot of patienc
e. I have learned to buy things I love. There isnt any more room for mere likes in my life.
Kondos book, which isnt going to win any literary points, to me was a good reminder that visual interaction with things you have in your home has a profound impact on how one feels about them, which in turn leads to creative uses of even a few things.
Clothes, like people, can relax more freely when in the company of others who are very similar in type, and therefore organizing them by category helps them feel more comfortable and secure.
That is such a great way of thinking about clothes. But before I got to that point, I knew I had to start purging  I prefer purging to the more cliched, tidying.
Keep only those things that speak to your heart. Then take the plunge and discard all the rest. By doing this, you can reset your life and embark on a new lifestyle.
The question then is where to start on this purge? I ended up emptying out my storage unit and dropping off as much as I could at Goodwill, hoping that they will reach someone in need. My books went to a library. I had three cases full of stationary which went to a school. But there was still so much stuff. What should I do with that?
THERE IS AN APP FOR THAT
ricin
speaking of rocket league. check this out: http://gfycat.com/LinedFeistyBream
JesseHaysFL
lololol
jackal|69248
Marie Kondo is right. Clean up is good for the soul.
It all started with a gift from Helena Price: Marie Kondos best selling book, The Life Changing Magic of Tidying up. Perhaps, Helena saw the clutter in my apartment when she came to visit (to take photos that were to accompany my interview with Offscreen Magazine) that convinced her that I needed help. I think I did. Deep down, I for past few yea
rs I have known that I had accumulated too many things. I was holding on to things  both physical and metaphorical that provided the comfort of past, leaving room for nothing new. I was holding on to things that didnt make any sense. I didnt know why I had a living room full of furniture that had started to feel so alien.
Letting go is even more important than adding. The fact that you possess a surplus of things that you cant bring yourself to discard doesnt mean you are taking good care of them. In fact, it is quite the opposite.
About two years back, I had scaled down my life to a small one bedroom apartment  one that is more befitting my desire to travel and use San Francisco as the hub of my journeys into the unknown. I had left the company I started to pursue life and see the world which was changing even as I stayed put in one place. I had a closet full of clothes tha
StaatsOne
all the cars are the same though right?
jackal|69248
t had no correlation with my style sensibility. Ill-fitting, trendy, too colorful and some of them just out of sync with the early autumn stage of my life. Many were the roadkill on my evolution as a man who slowly got comfortable with knowing what he didnt want as much as when he did.
Today, I much prefer few things  well fitting, mostly bespoke, and built to last into the future when I might be long gone. The mainstream brands have little room in my life, instead I prefer to find craftsmanship. I like makers who make, because they dont know what else to do. These choices are hard, sometimes cost more and take a lot of patienc
e. I have learned to buy things I love. There isnt any more room for mere likes in my life.
Kondos book, which isnt going to win any literary points, to me was a good reminder that visual interaction with things you have in your home has a profound impact on how one feels about them, which in turn leads to creative uses of even a few things.
Clothes, like people, can relax more freely when in the company of others who are very similar in type, and therefore organizing them by category helps them feel more comfortable and secure.
That is such a great way of thinking about clothes. But before I got to that point, I knew I had to start purging  I prefer purging to the more cliched, tidying.
Keep only those things that speak to your heart. Then take the plunge and discard all the rest. By doing this, you can reset your life and embark on a new lifestyle.
The question then is where to start on this purge? I ended up emptying out my storage unit and dropping off as much as I could at Goodwill, hoping that they will reach someone in need. My books went to a library. I had three cases full of stationary which went to a school. But there was still so much stuff. What should I do with that?
SimonWest
Yep
JesseHaysFL
its a lot of fun
jackal|27629
I can score not like FIFA
jackal|92692
Marie Kondo is right. Clean up is good for the soul.
wizardofvideogam
What are your car hats of choice?
jackal|92692
It all started with a gift from Helena Price: Marie Kondos best selling book, The Life Changing Magic of Tidying up. Perhaps, Helena saw the clutter in my apartment when she came to visit (to take photos that were to accompany my interview with Offscreen Magazine) that convinced her that I needed help. I think I did. Deep down, I for past few yea
rs I have known that I had accumulated too many things. I was holding on to things  both physical and metaphorical that provided the comfort of past, leaving room for nothing new. I was holding on to things that didnt make any sense. I didnt know why I had a living room full of furniture that had started to feel so alien.
Letting go is even more important than adding. The fact that you possess a surplus of things that you cant bring yourself to discard doesnt mean you are taking good care of them. In fact, it is quite the opposite.
About two years back, I had scaled down my life to a small one bedroom apartment  one that is more befitting my desire to travel and use San Francisco as the hub of my journeys into the unknown. I had left the company I started to pursue life and see the world which was changing even as I stayed put in one place. I had a closet full of clothes tha
t had no correlation with my style sensibility. Ill-fitting, trendy, too colorful and some of them just out of sync with the early autumn stage of my life. Many were the roadkill on my evolution as a man who slowly got comfortable with knowing what he didnt want as much as when he did.
Today, I much prefer few things  well fitting, mostly bespoke, and built to last into the future when I might be long gone. The mainstream brands have little room in my life, instead I prefer to find craftsmanship. I like makers who make, because they dont know what else to do. These choices are hard, sometimes cost more and take a lot of patienc
e. I have learned to buy things I love. There isnt any more room for mere likes in my life.
Kondos book, which isnt going to win any literary points, to me was a good reminder that visual interaction with things you have in your home has a profound impact on how one feels about them, which in turn leads to creative uses of even a few things.
Clothes, like people, can relax more freely when in the company of others who are very similar in type, and therefore organizing them by category helps them feel more comfortable and secure.
That is such a great way of thinking about clothes. But before I got to that point, I knew I had to start purging  I prefer purging to the more cliched, tidying.
Keep only those things that speak to your heart. Then take the plunge and discard all the rest. By doing this, you can reset your life and embark on a new lifestyle.
SimonWest
agree jesse - amazing game
jackal|92692
That is such a great way of thinking about clothes. But before I got to that point, I knew I had to start purging  I prefer purging to the more cliched, tidying.
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