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Loafers Nook - Makin' free with the Saints Days

POSTED BY: SERYN
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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 11:20 AM

SPINLAND


Thankee, all.

In a daydream I imagine a life wherein any situation can be handled by a Firefly quote (or variation thereof).

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 11:30 AM

SERYN


I'm sorry to say this but that reminds me so much of a converstion betwwen Mr Collins and Mr Bennet in Pride and Predjudice, Bennet and Lizzie are prodding Collins and trying not to laugh out loud (or in Lizzies case spit her soup all over the table cloth) when he tells them that he sits at home composing compliments for whenever he should happen meet his most condescending benefactor, Lady Catherine De Burg...

I suppose you'd have to be a hardened Austen devotee and used to quoting both her and Firefly at unsuspecting people, to get how they are both extremely funny, but...

Is it crazy that I want to compare Whedon to Austen? In that they are both absolute adepts at using seemingly throwaway dialogue and actions to convey character?

Down fangirl, Down!



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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 11:37 AM

SERYN


*Realises she's talking about English literature when she should be playing calvin ball.*

Right!

*lassoes a Monkey*

*hands him a ball* wrangles him and a few of his friends over to the hoop, where the form a human/monkey pyramid*

*top monkey throws ball through hoop*

Right well, thats a and a for the monkey

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 11:37 AM

SPINLAND


Hey, after "Shindig" any Austen/Whedon parallels are certainly in order.

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 11:44 AM

SERYN


hey yes you are right.

Whuppee!

now all I need to do find paralles between Micheal Marshall Smith and Austen and my favorite writers are all linked in one big group hug.

(Jasper Fforde is already there, not so much 'parallels', but the head offices for Jurisfiction are in the ball room of the the house that the Dashwoods have to leave at the start of Sense and Sensibility, somwhere after the thrid chapter I think.)

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 11:59 AM

CALLMESERENITY


I know EXACTLY what you mean.

I love how Mr Bennett asks Mr Collins if he composes these compliments ahead of the time or makes them up on the spot and Mr Collins says he amuses himself by arranging little compliments that would be appropriate for any situation but he likes to give them "as unrehearsed an air as possible."

Man I LOVE Jane Austin.

You can definitely compare Whedon and Austin. Both with the witty word play.

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 11:59 AM

SPINLAND


I'm watching a film adaptation of Bleak House and, as the proverbial train wreck approaches, I can't help but wonder: what would Mal do?

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 12:01 PM

CALLMESERENITY


That has been on PBS but I only caught the middle and I've never read it. But it seemed interesting. I looooove Masterpiece Theater

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 12:06 PM

SERYN


hmmm.... what would Mal do?

Well for starter he probably wouldn't wear his corset so tight.

He'd employ Zoe to work on the court case, she'd get results in less than no time, especially if she had Jayne behind her to grunt meaningfully at people (I'd bet even in breeches the man could intimidate anyone)

He'd let Kaylee take a brush to parts of the house to make it a little less bleak.

and then it would be pretty much solid quippage...

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 12:14 PM

LIGHTMEDARK


Quote:

Originally posted by CallMeSerenity:
I found one for me. St. Dymphna, patron saint of mental health.



no, that's definitely mine, haha ;p

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 12:46 PM

JADEHAND


St. Barbara : Patron St. against Death by Artillery.
http://www.catholic-forum.com/SAINTS/saintb01.htm

St. Francis of Assisi : Patron St. against dying alone. Bah! "everybody dies alone."
http://www.catholic-forum.com/SAINTS/saintf01.htm

St.Amand Patron saint of Barkeeps http://www.catholic-forum.com/SAINTS/sainta23.htm

wow there are a lot of saints. Hope there's no test.

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The loneliness calls him, And the edge which must be sharpened,
He's losing it. And he knows.
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The years have been unkind, but kind enough." -Ocean Cloud (Marbles) -Marillion



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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 1:20 PM

CALLMESERENITY


Quote:

Originally posted by seryn:

He'd let Kaylee take a brush to parts of the house to make it a little less bleak.

and then it would be pretty much solid quippage...




LMAO! Or, Why I Love Seryn #53. So funny!

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 1:35 PM

CALLMESERENITY


veeery funny, JadeHand.

St. Dympha can be the patron saint of going crazy and falling asleep.

And I think it's entirely possible to find a Firefly quote to fit every occasion. It is something I strive to do myself.

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 2:47 PM

SPINLAND


Yep, that's good stuff! I bet Zoe and Jayne really could cut through the legal red tape, too! "Yeah, I've got your Jarndyce right here."

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 3:39 PM

BITTERBIERCE


(Homer Simpson whisper voice) I think he's craaaazy.


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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 5:24 PM

JADEHAND


Quote:

Originally posted by CallMeSerenity:
veeery funny, JadeHand.

St. Dympha can be the patron saint of going crazy and falling asleep.



That would be St. Jayne


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The loneliness calls him, And the edge which must be sharpened,
He's losing it. And he knows.
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The years have been unkind, but kind enough." -Ocean Cloud (Marbles) -Marillion



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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 5:29 PM

LIGHTMEDARK


i never get tired of that

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006 11:37 PM

SERYN


There are 53 whole reasons to love me?

*may just cry*

Awwww, thank you! Ilove you all too (though i havent counted up the reasons)

JH - That was so cool, where do you get all of these? the blue sun in the Tree thread was brilliant too...

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 2:56 AM

CITIZEN


Quote:

There are 53 whole reasons to love me?

No no no, there's more, it just that that particular reason happens to be No. 53



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Thursday, February 9, 2006 4:20 AM

CALLMESERENITY


That's correct, Sean! We haven't gotten them all counted up yet.

(Plus, I like assigning random numbers to things.)

Though #1 is "Because she's Seryn."



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Thursday, February 9, 2006 4:32 AM

JADEHAND


Quote:

Originally posted by seryn:
There are 53 whole reasons to love me?

*may just cry*

Awwww, thank you! Ilove you all too (though i havent counted up the reasons)

JH - That was so cool, where do you get all of these? the blue sun in the Tree thread was brilliant too...

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"She's a mite whimsical in the brainpan."
Xander: "Hi, for those of you who just tuned in, everyone here is a crazy person." *grin*



I stole 'em, I 'm a pirate. I just see things I like and save 'em on my system, then when someone convinced me to get a photobucket account, I uploaded them.



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"He's seen too much of life And there's no going back.
The loneliness calls him, And the edge which must be sharpened,
He's losing it. And he knows.
But there's a fighter in his mind and his body's tough
The years have been unkind, but kind enough." -Ocean Cloud (Marbles) -Marillion



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Thursday, February 9, 2006 4:38 AM

SERYN


Aw, thank you!

y'see, I woke up in a bad mood 'cause i've got a cold thats keeping me off work. And now I feel all warm and happy.

*decides that in the future she has to hang around where JH hangs around, in order to steal cooler stuff*

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 5:12 AM

JADEHAND


*brings Chicken Noodle soup, Crackers (the saltine kind, not those crazy Christmas thingies) and warm tea with honey and lemon slices.*

You can plunder with me anytime.


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"He's seen too much of life And there's no going back.
The loneliness calls him, And the edge which must be sharpened,
He's losing it. And he knows.
But there's a fighter in his mind and his body's tough
The years have been unkind, but kind enough." -Ocean Cloud (Marbles) -Marillion



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Thursday, February 9, 2006 5:23 AM

SPINLAND


I'm home for a sick day today--well, after spending too much time at the doc's and the pharmacy.

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 5:30 AM

CALLMESERENITY


I've been doing, that, too, Spinny. But without the sick days and fun of staying home. Instead,I have the fun of cramming my 40hrs worth of work into 32. Fun!

You need to not be sick anymore!

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 5:34 AM

SAFEAT2ND


Hey Jadehand. I liked the Blue Sun manufactured Baby 3000 too!

I think Serenity hit on a good idea by saying that it was connected to scarman on Boros. I'm thinking I'm gonna run with that.

Seryn, sorry to hear you're under the weather. I like hot apple cider with cinnamon when I'm sick. Don't know if it helps, but it sure is good.

Go easy on Valentines day. I'm a diehard romantic. That said, I don't buy into the cheese factor. If there is no thought behind the gift, don't bother. I don't care how expensive it is.

Ok, someone else's turn on the soapbox.

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 5:44 AM

SPINLAND


There's this fruit juice blend that's really really good, can't rememeber right now what all's in it but it's mostly orange juice and I know it's got some pineapple and banana as well. Loads of vitamin C and tastes wonderful and I'm drinking as much of it as I can. Soon as the meds kick in and this cough subsides enough I'm gonna fire up Firefly Talk in my iPod and curl up under the comforter for a nap. This mess has had me for over two weeks now, it's about worn out its welcome.

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 5:53 AM

SAFEAT2ND


Oh hey Spinland, Sorry I didn't read far enough back to see you were sick as well.

I recommend the hot apple cider to you too. Lean over the mug and breathe the vapours. Has helped me in the past.

I'd send ya some, but it doesn't mail well.

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 5:58 AM

CALLMESERENITY


MMmm hot cider. That's nice. I like the cinnamon. And I do the same thing: lean over the mug and breathe in the vapors.

But I also like juice. I love pineapple juice when I'm sick. And orange and pomegranate and cranberry and combinations of those and others. I like juice.

And tea. Nice hot tea with a touch of honey. Don't like the lemon so much, but I'll drink it if I have a sore throat.

And gingerale when I'm sick is nice, too.

I'm just fond of beverages in general. Always, but especially when I'm sick.

Now, all you ill people, feel better soon!!

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 5:59 AM

SPINLAND


That does sound delicious--and therapeutic. I'll be fine, you go and see to those lovely lasses over there.

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 7:07 AM

CITIZEN


Quote:

That's correct, Sean! We haven't gotten them all counted up yet.

(Plus, I like assigning random numbers to things.)

Though #1 is "Because she's Seryn."


Can it be done? That supercomputer couldn't handle counting them all up...



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Thursday, February 9, 2006 7:12 AM

CALLMESERENITY


Can a supercomputer count to infinity?

"no one ever gets there, but you can try"


you know what's better than pad thai for dinner?

Leftover pad thai for lunch the next day. mmmmmm

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 7:14 AM

CITIZEN


I had sandwiches for lunch



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Thursday, February 9, 2006 7:20 AM

SAFEAT2ND


Try turkey (yuck!) on Weight Watchers bread with low fat cheese and a yogurt.

While not as bad as it sounds, not near as filling as I'd like.

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 7:23 AM

CALLMESERENITY


Pad thai is low fat. And veery tasty.

The stupid diet book I'm supposed to be following has all these recipies in the back that are all so bland and tasteless so I rewrote half of them, adding spices and whatnot to give them flavour. You can eat healthy and still eat tasty all the same.

And why are you eating turkey? You don't like turkey.

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 7:26 AM

SAFEAT2ND


It's what was in the fridge. And I was too hungrey to go out and buy better sandwich meat.

Found a good low fat pudding though.

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 7:45 AM

CALLMESERENITY


Kozy..um..something or another makes great lowfat puddings. And they're all natural, which is important to me. Kozy Cafe? They come in tubs and they're delish. My favourites are chocolate and tapioca.

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 7:48 AM

SCORPIONREGENT


SAFE! News flash!: terrible-desparate situation on Boros coming to a head!

Seryn: Don't forget SR's chinese cold remedy. Kung Poa ______, (blank to be filled with your choice of chicken, pork, beef, shrimp, veggies, or tofu), rice or noodles, and hot tea. Ask the cook to go heavy on the POA! The chiles will pummel your sinuses into a state of submission only found in third world torture chambers. Any soy sauce used in the recipe will help return sodium to your system. (It's essential electrolyte.) The Rice or noodles are easy to digest carbs for fuel for any fever. The hot tea will keep you warm, steamy, hydrated, and will help you sweat the toxins out of your system.
Have a orange for desert.





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Thursday, February 9, 2006 8:10 AM

JADEHAND


Hey Safe,
Glad you liked it. It just seemed appropriate. Hopefully things will resolve. Bad bad evil robo babies. What's up with cozen and mai??

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The loneliness calls him, And the edge which must be sharpened,
He's losing it. And he knows.
But there's a fighter in his mind and his body's tough
The years have been unkind, but kind enough." -Ocean Cloud (Marbles) -Marillion



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Thursday, February 9, 2006 8:21 AM

SERYN


thanks for all the suggestions, My mom is bringing me some apple juice home, don't know what it is im just craving the apple juice, but i have an Innocent smoothie in the fridge as well.

I have this wonderfull tea, Rooibos tea, all caffiene free and those things that make tea taste metallic and stewed free, really perky flavour, but every time I have a cup of tea its making me all warm and dizzy, so I have to pace them. I think if I try'd SR remedy, someone would have to carry me home. Sop...

Spinland, its crap isn't it? *comisoratory hug*

Serenity, have you had any results back? and good news?

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 9:16 AM

CALLMESERENITY


Cozen likes to kidnap pretty girls and subject them to pleasurable torture. Don't worry about mai. She's in goo...er..capable hands.

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 9:19 AM

CALLMESERENITY


Seryn: oh yeah. Systems are normal, everything seems fine so now the Dr is trying physical therapy. It may be pulled muscles or something called costochondritis, info here:

http://www.emedicinehealth.com/articles/5058-1.asp

I'm getting weekly massages that he's hoping will help.

How are YOU feeling?

If I lived nearer, I'd make you some spicy curry to clear out the sinuses and some jasmine tea to make you feel all better.

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 1:46 PM

JADEHAND


Quote:

Originally posted by CallMeSerenity:
subject them to pleasurable torture.



There's another kind??

oh....and massages.....


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"He's seen too much of life And there's no going back.
The loneliness calls him, And the edge which must be sharpened,
He's losing it. And he knows.
But there's a fighter in his mind and his body's tough
The years have been unkind, but kind enough." -Ocean Cloud (Marbles) -Marillion



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Thursday, February 9, 2006 1:56 PM

SERYN


I'm ok, i had pasta (someone said carbs were good) with pesto sauce (olive oil to soothe my throat) and tea has stopped making me dizzy, so i'm feeling better about the universe.

My neice was here tonight and she always makes me feel better. We covered a paperplate with glitter and paint and stuck doily wings and a feather tail on it and called in Flower the Bird, so how can my day have been bad?

Its good to see that what they thik you have is one of those things that go away, at least theres an end in sight. And in the meantime theres massages. (can't say i'm a massage person myself, personally they don't appeal at all, and my mothers a qualified masseuse and relflexologist, so its not lack of exposure, just for some reason the only thing I can cope with is her - and her alone - rubbing my thumb to blunt a headache. Everyone reckons my commitment phobia, my paranoia, my personal space issues and my superiority complex are all very closely linked. They also say I should be in therapy, but hey, at the moment I know my issues, what would happen if I got rid of them? a whole new crop of wild cards would grow in their place!)

EDIT: Ok, i'm also drugged up to the eyeballs with night nurse, it apparently makes you talk alot about things that are best left secret!

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"She's a mite whimsical in the brainpan."
Xander: "Hi, for those of you who just tuned in, everyone here is a crazy person." *grin*

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 2:19 PM

CITIZEN


Quote:

EDIT: Ok, i'm also drugged up to the eyeballs with night nurse, it apparently makes you talk alot about things that are best left secret!

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Thursday, February 9, 2006 2:27 PM

JADEHAND


oooooooh, Night Nurse. sounds.....oh wait, it's probably like Nyquil. Nevermind.

All closely linked, eh? Interesting 'cause I got most of that too. You figure it out, please share.
But is it really a superiority complex, if you are better than 95% of people? and is it parinoia, if they are after you?


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Friday, February 10, 2006 4:40 AM

SERYN


Actually, I am better than ninety five percent of people.

Um, how was it worded? er... Higher the 95% of her peer group in.... my dyslexia test, in things like vocabulary, spatial recognition (probably not spelling though) information retention etc etc blah blah blah, it was top five of my age group, another set of tests it was higher than 86%.

(EDIT: hang on, wait, have I gone on about this before?)

then of course, with the dyslexia it was more like 56% and 48%. Which I suppose is good is, but its still like being the kid who has to wear waterwings.

I wasn't kidding about being able to take over the world if I wasn't dyslexic, hell if I wasn't I could probably understand what Citizen was saying in those converstions about space travel.

As it is, I think I get it... then its gone

Though I did do something intelligent today, I discovered if you highlight the emoticon text in the black column, you can just drap and drop it to the white box. Yey me!

(yup, still on the nightnurse)

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Friday, February 10, 2006 5:59 AM

SPINLAND


Back at work, feeling much better than yesterday. Still, glad it's Friday.

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Friday, February 10, 2006 6:07 AM

CALLMESERENITY


Hmm... all of us here are easily smarter than 95% of people. We're all intelligent, witty, well spoken and have numerous and varied talents.

I therefore conclude that The Loafer's Nook is better than all other Nooks. We Are Better Than.



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Friday, February 10, 2006 6:26 AM

SERYN


Here here! the best Nook on this website!

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