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Discussion in 'Dice Influencing' started by Dave G Ct, Dec 9, 2017.
Why so selective now, Ma'am?
No, he was "just asking", just saying and saying again!
Well people like to be different. Just sayin. Body piercings and tats come to mind. Just sayin. Usually ugly people do that, just sayin.
You have been hanging out in the wrong places to see really good tats, try south beach!
That doesn't tell me very much. Was it a good post? Lol. Just sayin.
Nah. maybe something else. Must b important, rite Demango? Just sayin.
Looks like u now do it. Just sayin.
It's called making fun of, just sayin!
And I fully know that. I have no prob with it at all. Just sayin.
Here is a riddle. Long time poster across many boards, named "Sox Fan". How did he end every post??
with a period
Venues with multiple open tables within walking distance certainly offer the option to get out from under without having to get out of Dodge, but some times even in such venues the dark cloud follows you around. In such cases, though, I typically have had enough table (and wandering) time to satisfy my time (and masochism) requirements, so packing it up is not all that difficult for me. Unfortunately, at the wide spot in the road I call "local", the only casino worth playing at has been absorbed by a national corporation and has figured out if you want a decent craps game they're the only one around. Hence it's their table or leave the stable.
Did somebody here recently mention the ease with which public information can be obtained these days? Incredibly, despite having a BS degree in Chemistry, I just learned that the Celsius scale, rather than being merely a permutation of "centigrade", was named after Anders Celsius, and without leaving the comfort of my library.
BTW you left out Rankine.
Amen to that. Unlike Star Trek's LtCmdr Data I do not find the petty bickering at all intriguing, yet I am loathe to "officially" ignore the bickerers as they occasionally post something worth reading.
Please specify which number system you are using, and after whom it is named.
Well, you better start hanging out around Henderson becuse we have things like this running around!
Now, she didn't want her face in the photo but trust me there was nothing wrong with anything on her body and that is all real.
Good grief! Those 18th Century Europeans must have been bored out of their minds! Ya definitely ain't hot if ya doesn't have a temperature scale named after ya.
How many "tats", and piercings do yo
I know this "chick" she looks just like Max Klinger, in the face.
Good old von Eunuch had another goof in his posts: The Kelvin scale was named after William Thomson a mathematical physicist and engineer who was born in Belfast in 1824. He became Lord Kelvin. The title refers to the River Kelvin, which flows close by his laboratory at the University of Glasgow.
Eunuch should do some research before he posts what he thinks he knows.
I stated that it, "Kelvin" was somebody's name, I did NOT say that it was the name of the founder, of the scale. All that research, down the drain. Keep tryin Ma'am, I'm still "here for you". Foiled again MsPee, but you are great fun, Ma'am.
Here's the post, for those that missed it. Incidentally, I already knew how to spell Kelvin, on a count of, my girlfriend used to wear "Kelvin Klein" jeans, a lot.