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Posted 22 March 2017 - 11:33 AM

Happy Birthday to EichSnipe.

 

You young whippersnapper!!



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Posted 22 March 2017 - 12:30 PM

I really like that you keep up on the birthdays  :thumbsup:



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Posted 22 March 2017 - 03:50 PM

Happy Birthday to EichSnipe.

You young whippersnapper!!


Thank you, thank you! The Leafs are in town tonight, and I thought about grabbing tickets in hopes of seeing the Jackets put a beat down on them.. but I'm going to two games in the next week. So tonight I have dinner plans with the wife-to-be. Should be fun :)

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Posted 22 March 2017 - 04:00 PM

Germany and Switzerland are fecking awesome.

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Posted 22 March 2017 - 07:45 PM

I don't think it gets more awesome than Kristi Yamaguchi telling Nancy Kerrigan to "break a leg" on Dancing with the Stars:

 

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Posted 23 March 2017 - 08:59 AM

I really like that you keep up on the birthdays  :thumbsup:

 

Thanks.  A little something I like doing, but only for the regulars and sometimes I miss some.

 

Thank you, thank you! The Leafs are in town tonight, and I thought about grabbing tickets in hopes of seeing the Jackets put a beat down on them.. but I'm going to two games in the next week. So tonight I have dinner plans with the wife-to-be. Should be fun :)

 

Sounds great!!

 

And it should be 'my' wife-to-be ... trust me 'the' wife is generally frowned upon by most wifes, or wifes-to-be ...  :flirt:

 

We wouldn't want you kicked to the curb now, do we?



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Posted 23 March 2017 - 12:43 PM

Sounds great!!

And it should be 'my' wife-to-be ... trust me 'the' wife is generally frowned upon by most wifes, or wifes-to-be ... :flirt:

We wouldn't want you kicked to the curb now, do we?


Ha, good call! She spoils me greatly. Yesterday and everyday, so I'll be staying far away from said curb :)

Dinner was great. The Blue Jackets were not. Good thing we didn't go!

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Posted 23 March 2017 - 02:55 PM

I WANT ONE!!!

 

Coffee Table with built in fridge drawer, Bluetooth speakers, USB plugs, and LED lights in it.

 

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Posted 26 March 2017 - 09:33 AM

While you guys were off playing with Modo, I was flying home from Frankfurt.....

 

Germany and Switzerland was really cool.  Too many stories for a format like this.

 

The Autobahn from Frankfurt to the Swiss border in good weather is really cool once you got used to the speed of traffic. I was amazed at the good condition of the roads, and the courtesy of the drivers.  How can everyone be in such a hurry all the time and still be courteous?  The return trip to Frankfurt was in bad weather.  That was not so cool.  Bumper to bumper at speeds varying from almost stopped to 140kmh in steady rain.  Very nerve wracking.  My 4.5hr trip on the way to Zurich was a 6.5hr+ ride back.  And I was briefly detained by German customs along the way.  Intimidating, but nothing noteworthy otherwise.  I did not ask if I was free to go.

 

Only had an evening to explore Zurich.  We chose the downtown shopping district and lakefront.  It was really cool.  Prices in Switzerland for everything were astronomical, but it was pretty neat to explore.  $9 beers were typical.  A burger, fries, and a beer cost me about 40 Swiss Francs (about 40USD).  I stayed in a small town called Aarau.  It has an old town section.  Cobblestone, ornate old buildings, shops, cafes, and restaurants everywhere.  Spent a good 3 hrs walking Aarau old town.  Bought some Swiss chocolates and had them shipped home as a surprise for the wife.  25 pcs of chocolate + shipping cost 75 Swiss Francs.  Ouch. 

 

In Germany, ate dinner twice in little, dinky cities that I don't know the name of.  Searched restaurants in Google, picked something that looked interesting, and got in the car and drove.  Had no idea where I was.  First one was what I imagine an old school, traditional German restaurant would be.  The restaurant also had a brewery, so beers were had.  their "Export" was great, as was their Keller.  Waitress was a lady in her 60's.  She asked me something in German, I replied with "English?"  She replied "a littlle", I said "I don't know any German", and she said "OY!" rolled her eyes, and stormed off.  It got laughs from everyone within earshot.  Dinner was Schweinebraten.  roast pork, brown gravy, dumplings, roasted potatoes.  Oh, so much better than any description.  Was a cool, old place in a picturesque old town.  All cobblestone and old architecture.  Everything you picture when you think of old Germany.

 

The second adventure dinner had two of us searching for a Spanish restaurant that must be closed, becuase we never did find it.  It was getting late so we just wanted food by then and pulled up to a little pizzeria.  Two Turkish men behind the counter taking orders and making the food.  Who knew you could get Turkish style pizza?  (yes, I discovered that Turkish food is a thing in Germany, like Indian food to the UK, or Chinese to the US) The little town seemed lower income and had a sizeable immigrant population by the looks of things.  We ordered and got our food.  We had been living off my company credit card for everything at this point and I joked that they might be a cash only business and one of us may be held hostage while the other went and got cash.  we went up to pay and, sure enough, cash only business and neither of us had any Euros.  The guy behind the counter was nice enough and told us it was OK to go find cash.  We found a bank a couple blocks away, next to a strip joint named Diamonds, and paid our bill.  Super freindly, and unlike Switzerland, super inexpensive.  A large pizza and a couple of soft drinks was 16 Euros.

 

Took the train from our hotel near Deitzenbach to downtown Frankfurt on Friday.  Impressive train system.  We walked for several hours.  Ate and drank in several places, one along the river that had a bunch of rowdy locals.  Food was really good.  Beer was really good.  Locals were really entertaining.  Owner looked right out of the movie European Vacation.  Walked the old town, the open market, the high rise district, and tons of points in between.  Never did find the red light district.  Tons of shopping if that is your thing.  Tons of people watching.  Near the central train terminal we wandered into a section of the city that was very differnet from the rest.  Again, lots of immigrants and immigrant shops.  I've never seen so many male hair salons.  Lots of people outside of small bodegos/shops just hanging out and drinking cans of beer and applewine in front of the shop door.  In US they'd call it loitering.  While in that area we rounded a corner and walked right into "something".  There was at least 25 cops, and 3 guys getting frisked and questioned.  2 were on the ground in handcuffs.  Don't know what we missed, but we didn't seem to miss it by much.  Had a couple beers in that area, and took a train back to our hotel at about 10pm.

 

Left for home yesterday morning.  Found it interesting that German airport security seemed to be both more thorough, yet less obtrusive than US airport security.

 

Had a great time.  Took tons of pics.  Have a few stories to tell.  T'was an adventure, for sure.

 

Oh, and I can't be more thankful for whoever it was that created Google translate.  The camera feature that allows you to read real time, using your phone camera, translated text is Nobel prize worthy.  It was a lifesaver for interpreting train schedules, signs, and menus.



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Posted 27 March 2017 - 08:08 PM

Sounds like you had a great time man! We'll have to hear more stories over some beers soon. I'm determined to get to Germany some day so I can make use of what little German I can speak.  :P 





Separate, but...peeper frogs are peepin tonight. It's spring! 



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Posted 27 March 2017 - 09:46 PM

Sounds like you had a great time man! We'll have to hear more stories over some beers soon. I'm determined to get to Germany some day so I can make use of what little German I can speak.  :P 
Separate, but...peeper frogs are peepin tonight. It's spring!

One of the things my wife and I (both being from WNY) noticed when we were back there this weekend was just how boggy it is. There is standing water everywhere this time of year. And boy do I miss that sound. We don't get that here in Jersey at all

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Posted 27 March 2017 - 09:53 PM

One of the things my wife and I (both being from WNY) noticed when we were back there this weekend was just how boggy it is. There is standing water everywhere this time of year. And boy do I miss that sound. We don't get that here in Jersey at all


It's always that way in late March/Early April, but it's worse than normal this year due to all the rain that accompanied the wind storm & then the 2' of snow that came down the following week. Stuff was actually reasonably dry 3 weeks ago. Now, even hilltops are mushy.

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Posted 30 March 2017 - 11:45 AM

A big Happy Birthday to Ottosmagic13.

 

Is it time to change the 13 to 14?


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Posted 31 March 2017 - 10:49 AM

A very Happy Birthday to our very own cdexchange.

 

Hope it's a good one.



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Posted 02 April 2017 - 04:49 AM

Escape from NY is on Netflix!

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Posted 03 April 2017 - 05:44 PM

The resolve of the mods on this board to follow the rules is awesome.

Even 2000+ year old politics is off limits.

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Posted 03 April 2017 - 05:51 PM

I regret my Neil DeGrasse-Tysoning of the Ghost thread.

Sort of.

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Posted 03 April 2017 - 10:12 PM

There are only three more games, and less than 7 days, left in this season. Praise be.



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Posted 04 April 2017 - 04:13 PM

A couple of random facts I just found:
 
Craig Ramsay is the 4th leading scorer in Sabres history, with 672 points (252 goals, 420 assists).  He had a +328 +/- rating for his career (all in the regular season).

 

I always liked Rammer.


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Posted 04 April 2017 - 04:47 PM

MacArthur is back.

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Posted 04 April 2017 - 04:49 PM

MacArthur is back.

 

Douglas did famously say that he would return ...  :unsure:



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Posted 04 April 2017 - 04:56 PM

Douglas did famously say that he would return ...  :unsure:


Clarke you ninny. ;)

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Posted 04 April 2017 - 07:16 PM

Douglas did famously say that he would return ...  :unsure:

"Oh, Margaret!"

 

"Oh, Doug!"



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Posted 04 April 2017 - 10:12 PM

Bonding with the Columbus Blue Jacket's gameday poster dude on twitter about painting/artist woes.

 

God he's got a sweet gig. One of these days I'll find the time/energy to make a bunch of Sabres ones and convince Pegula Sports Entertainment that they need me to do it full time. 



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Posted 04 April 2017 - 10:29 PM

Bonding with the Columbus Blue Jacket's gameday poster dude on twitter about painting/artist woes.

 

God he's got a sweet gig. One of these days I'll find the time/energy to make a bunch of Sabres ones and convince Pegula Sports Entertainment that they need me to do it full time. 

 

I realize it might not be your style, but BRUTE! style (as seen on KMFDM album covers) hockey posters would be so boss.

 

BTW, I saw this and though of your previous employer:

https://www.nytimes....-ruin.html?_r=0



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Posted 04 April 2017 - 10:31 PM

I realize it might not be your style, but BRUTE! style (as seen on KMFDM album covers) hockey posters would be so boss.

 

BTW, I saw this and though of your previous employer:

https://www.nytimes....-ruin.html?_r=0

haha I dig that style. It's a lot of fun to do. Very Communist poster. If I were to do a bunch of posters, I'd do a whole ton of different styles. Really try out a bunch of things and have fun with it. 

 

And that article- all the former female employees sent it to each other already hahaha

 

We weren't THAT bad of course, but the culture and harm done by it certainly has some parallels. 

 

My ex coworkers were all comparing vomit stories graphically on twitter the other day from a hardcore drinking night that caused them all to lose most of a workday. Charmin' times that I do NOT miss. I may be constantly on the edge of financial ruin and wondering if my entire life is a mistake, but I'm still happier than if I'd stayed there. 


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Posted 04 April 2017 - 10:58 PM

haha I dig that style. It's a lot of fun to do. Very Communist poster. If I were to do a bunch of posters, I'd do a whole ton of different styles. Really try out a bunch of things and have fun with it. 

 

And that article- all the former female employees sent it to each other already hahaha

 

We weren't THAT bad of course, but the culture and harm done by it certainly has some parallels. 

 

My ex coworkers were all comparing vomit stories graphically on twitter the other day from a hardcore drinking night that caused them all to lose most of a workday. Charmin' times that I do NOT miss. I may be constantly on the edge of financial ruin and wondering if my entire life is a mistake, but I'm still happier than if I'd stayed there. 

 

I never thought of them as woodcut-like before reading that about them tonight, but that's a pretty apt description. MrsPie has some Roycroft wood cut prints around there that are pretty cool.



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Posted 04 April 2017 - 11:19 PM

I never thought of them as woodcut-like before reading that about them tonight, but that's a pretty apt description. MrsPie has some Roycroft wood cut prints around there that are pretty cool.

Wow, really??!! Man, I love that era. If I could do an entire house in Greene & Greene, vintage Stickley, and Roycroft I'd be over the moon. Arts & Crafts era and Art Nouveau are just so stunning. There's a museum in Paris, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, that's just full of all that exquisite stuff, plus every other decade of interior design as well. My favorite museum out of all the ones I went to. 



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Posted 04 April 2017 - 11:55 PM

Wow, really??!! Man, I love that era. If I could do an entire house in Greene & Greene, vintage Stickley, and Roycroft I'd be over the moon. Arts & Crafts era and Art Nouveau are just so stunning. There's a museum in Paris, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, that's just full of all that exquisite stuff, plus every other decade of interior design as well. My favorite museum out of all the ones I went to. 

 

I think we'd both be down with having the whole house done up in Mission, although she likes a lot of Art Nouveu too. I'm undecided. :) I should say, the prints aren't original but some of the more current Roycroft Artisans; originals would be way cool. We have an original Roycroft Power House roof tile; someone had a bunch and sold them not too long ago. It's kinda silly, but we both grew up a few miles from there so it reminds us of home.

 

Our wedding reception was at the Roycroft Inn, which is just an incredible room. The guest rooms are sweet too. Stock photo:

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Posted 05 April 2017 - 10:18 AM

Clarke you ninny. ;)

 

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Where is Clarke?



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Posted 05 April 2017 - 10:27 AM

:wub:

 

Where is Clarke?

 

Last I saw him he was hanging out with Lewis.

 

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Posted 05 April 2017 - 11:57 AM

I think Louis CK is funny.



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Posted 05 April 2017 - 12:05 PM

I think we'd both be down with having the whole house done up in Mission, although she likes a lot of Art Nouveu too. I'm undecided. :) I should say, the prints aren't original but some of the more current Roycroft Artisans; originals would be way cool. We have an original Roycroft Power House roof tile; someone had a bunch and sold them not too long ago. It's kinda silly, but we both grew up a few miles from there so it reminds us of home.

 

Our wedding reception was at the Roycroft Inn, which is just an incredible room. The guest rooms are sweet too. Stock photo:

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I need a drooling emoji.

 

Sabills on here got married at the Lafayette downtown Buffalo- lots of gorgeous Art Deco. First wedding I ever went to, and tied for best still. I don't know how much I care about getting married in a place like that, I just want to go and stare and drool on everything. 

 

Those tiles are awesome- hang on to that!!! 



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Posted 06 April 2017 - 09:35 AM

I need a drooling emoji.

 

Sabills on here got married at the Lafayette downtown Buffalo- lots of gorgeous Art Deco. First wedding I ever went to, and tied for best still. I don't know how much I care about getting married in a place like that, I just want to go and stare and drool on everything. 

 

Those tiles are awesome- hang on to that!!! 

 

The Inn serves a nice brunch and dinners, take d4rk! :)

 

Wrapping up Arts and Crafts Decor Chat for now :) :

Playing with Science is a spin off of Star Talk Radio (with Neil DeGrasse Tyson), and they're doing a two-part podcast on the physics of hockey and what not. Good listen for some not-obvious stuff about shots and sticks. The hosts are chuckleheads, but worth the listen.

https://player.fm/se...s-on-ice-part-1


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Posted 06 April 2017 - 11:20 AM

So I woke up this morning to 26 Shirts asking if I was interested in doing some work with them.... I'm so stoked. I love the idea behind what they do. God, the magic of twitter sometimes...



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Posted 06 April 2017 - 11:51 AM

So I woke up this morning to 26 Shirts asking if I was interested in doing some work with them.... I'm so stoked. I love the idea behind what they do. God, the magic of twitter sometimes...


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That's awesome, I love their stuff and their mission. I've bought several things from there and have been happy with each purchase. Hell, if my impulse control was a bit worse, I could probably fill a closet.

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Posted 06 April 2017 - 11:53 AM

So I woke up this morning to 26 Shirts asking if I was interested in doing some work with them.... I'm so stoked. I love the idea behind what they do. God, the magic of twitter sometimes...


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Posted 06 April 2017 - 01:10 PM

So I woke up this morning to 26 Shirts asking if I was interested in doing some work with them.... I'm so stoked. I love the idea behind what they do. God, the magic of twitter sometimes...

 

Never heard of them ( :oops: ), so I'll take your word for it.  Congrats!!



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Posted 06 April 2017 - 02:12 PM

Got my first animation freelance gig! Just a little thing, but I'm excited. It involves jets and space and cool stuff I love with a client I've worked with quite a bit.

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No idea why I posted that .gif -- but it popped when I searched for "YASS!".


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Posted 06 April 2017 - 03:33 PM

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No idea why I posted that .gif -- but it popped when I searched for "YASS!".

hahaha I even know which drag queen that is. Oh RuPaul's Drag Race, my guiltiest pleasure... 







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