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Mad Poster
#26 Old 9th Jun 2018 at 1:35 PM
In hospital waiting to be seen because I nearly got the tip of my thumb bitten off at work today. Makes my 14 hour shift more fun I guess .

~Your friendly neighborhood ginge
#27 Old 9th Jun 2018 at 4:07 PM
Tired and a bit excited because I have a job interview later today. Also need to make sure my math homework is done bc its due tomorrow at midnight.

Life is paradoxically coincidental to the ironical tyranny applicable to the unparalleled definition of reverse entropy.

"A thunderstorm breaks the wall of darkness." - Lyrics to Storm

"Meh." - me
Mad Poster
#28 Old 9th Jun 2018 at 4:59 PM
After a tetanus shot, blood drawn and some strong antibiotics, I am now home! Hurray. AND the Nurse that saw me is left handed so I got a new participant for my dissertation.

I feel really wimpy and stupid though... and kinda angry. In short, due to some things that happened in my teens I don't like being around strangers. Work arranged for an agency staff (that I've never met before) to pick me up in his car. The minute they said, I instantly started crying down the phone (in all fairness, I had also just faced my fear of needles twice) and the team leader had to come pick me up instead. Now I feel so abnormal. Plus I probably made the shift a lot more stressful. The agency staff member who was going to pick me up probably also felt insulted. I wish I was normal. My boyfriend works in the same building as me, and really he should've said something when they told him to let me know who was picking me up. He should've said about how I can't have strangers that are male picking me up in their car, instead of trying to bargain on the phone with me.

~Your friendly neighborhood ginge
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#29 Old 10th Jun 2018 at 12:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Sims2Christain
1st a question
What happened to the previous thread?

I feel good. Got to honor my grandfather well at his funeral and Iknow that he is now at home with God.
Looking forward to spending the remainer of the weekend with family and wifi. I feel kind of optimistic as well hearing what one of my relatives went though at my age and where they have gotten to.

Also feeling a desire to play sims, thats partally why I'm digitally here. Feels like home even when away from home.


idk i'm wondering the same but the previous owner told me he/she don't want to owe me or anyone an explanation for anything he/she's done because someone knows she/he leaved it there
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#30 Old 10th Jun 2018 at 12:55 AM
i'm doing fine, i just went outside and wandering everywhere, i wanted to visit someone unexpected and asked one of my best friend's mom if i could visit him and if he's by his mom
and if they are home, i got the answer and she said they are gonna have dinner soon

and then i decided not to disturb them so i wanted to visit someone else, but that someone else wasn't home. one of his neighbours let me in since he lives at an apartment
so i walked to the stairs till i got his right number, i was ringing at the door but i sill didn't got an answer so i decided to go outside and to go home

in that meanwhile i messaged him where he was at the time, and while i was going home i wanted to go at the toilet to pee just to pretent i need in a hurry
so i searched to the forest even when that means the little forest but at first i checked if there was a recycle Bin, close to the forest (since i'm on my period and had a pad's with me)

i founded the recycle Bin and also founded a little deep forest where nobody could see me so i took my jeans and underwear off carefully and then squatting down
thank god, nobody could hear me peeing in the deep little forest, and then i put the pad (where it's bleeding) in the recycle Bin and went home

and then after i came home i got a message to someone i wanted to visit with: i'm sorry for the late answer but i'm going out at the time, i'm very sorry
you could come to me at the other time when i'm here, well atleast i got an answer to that question where he went


and tomorrow i need to go at my dad's work because my mom don't want me to stay home. she needs to do something at her work or atleast to finish something before monday
but i get fries/chips at my dad's work and that food is one of my favourite of all foods
Mad Poster
#31 Old 10th Jun 2018 at 1:59 AM Last edited by PANDAQUEEN : 10th Jun 2018 at 2:22 AM.
Got to go grocery shopping and I purchased the Despicable Me trilogy on DVD. Watched the first one and it was really sweet during the bedtime story Gru wrote. The thing about anthologies is in each movie, is that in each movie, the characters are to grow in new ways, and from a writers' standpoint, it's an obligation to find how a character can grow in that new way because it is taboo to give them amnesia and make them grow in the same way as previous anthology chapters.

Favorite joke in Despicable Me 1: Edith's drawing of Gru on the toilet in his presentation to his investor. "I sit on the toilet!"

I admit, I haven't really been watching new movies that much after the Aurora incident. The last film I watched in theaters was Disney\Pixar's UP.

I also played the demos for Happy Birthdays and Sushi Strikers: the Way of Sushido. The sushi sprites remind me of the Fairies from the Pretty Cure anime metaseries, but have more rough and tumble qualities than that of dainty and frilly. I just love the Sushi Sprites.

My only complaint was me talking to my mom in Walmart about state specific permissions and restrictions and some butthurt moron told me to substitute something with questionable legality with fireworks. Years ago, I hurt my ankle dodging a firework.

This interloper, who I never invited into the conversation was like both the thing that wouldn't leave and the thing that wouldn't shut up. God, I thought I wouldn't have to deal with jerks like him in New Jersey, who insert themselves rudely into private conversation like I had in Washington state.

Either way, the conversation innocently started with me learning that the toll booths surrounding the NJ state borders is part of how we finance our densely packed and taxed state beyond collection of taxes in any regard, sales or income.

It also reminded me of the time I lived in the middle of the forest as a teenager and somehow, the Jehovah's Witnesses found my house and they came in a red sports car (WTAF?). I had to shoo them away telling them we already have a "spiritual provider". I have a strict no-solicitors policy. ("UNLESS YOU ARE GIVING AWAY LINDOR TRUFFLES, GO AWAY!" is what I would write on my sign) To this day, I don't know how they found me so deep in the woods.

Honestly, I had more good than bad experiences remembered.

I should be the only one to shine,
I am the Golden Queen of Shadow Galactica
(Translation of a line from image song Golden Queen Galaxia)
Lab Assistant
#32 Old 10th Jun 2018 at 2:20 AM
I attempted suicide again last night in the garage. Afterward I had a trauma episode on the floor and the slipped ino catatonia for rest of night. I also beat myself for not being able to do anything right. Cut on myself too. Made a big mess that I had to clean up.

Probably going to do it again tonight. Can't even cry about things anymore, too burnt out.

As luck would have it, my childhood rapist/corruptor is living a relatively happy life. He has his adoring baby-mamas and his little boy he has on weekends.

Life is but a series of cruel jokes.
Mad Poster
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#33 Old 10th Jun 2018 at 11:04 AM
I have wild daisies growing in the middle of my hosta garden in the backyard. It is kind of how I feel lately, a fish out of water.

Daisies are my favorite flower. They make me smile, so they can stay.
Space Pony
#34 Old 10th Jun 2018 at 12:26 PM
I just celebrated my 30th birthday, and after so long the intrusive and negative thoughts came pouring in. Can I ever catch a break? Does it ever stop? Alcohol, therapy, medication, drugs, exercise, diet, sleep patterns, hobbies, nothing stops it. I actually didn't want to make it to my birthday. It would have been real sweet if I was a day shy of it.

Dag-Dag
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#35 Old 12th Jun 2018 at 2:20 PM
I don't know how I am today. I have a lot on my mind and a sore throat, that I didn't cause. My voice is way deeper than it normally is. It's not sexy.

All that aside, I have yet to do something I said I was going to do a couple of weeks ago. I talked about a field stone wall / planter that needs to be dismantled and moved. The reason this project hasn't been done other than the fact that I'm not supposed to be outside is because of the plant in the planter. It is a 20-plus year old hydrangea that a certain somebody in my house has attached sentimental value to because it was a project my mother and I worked on.

I love my mother, she is my best friend. That said, she has zero attachment to the hydrangea in question. I don't have any attachment to it either. Last winter when we had the deep freeze, it destroyed most of the plant, including the what would be flower buds for this year. I'd rather start new with a new plant to love on. I've thought about transplanting the hydrangea as a form of compromise, but I don't have a spot for it. The one spot that comes to mind is...taken. A hawk got one of the baby bunnies we had in the yard, so baby bunny is buried there.

I think this is one of these situations where I'm just going to have to suck it up and deal with the chips where they fall. I hate having things on my mental To-Do List and they don't get done because of stupid crap like this. The wall isn't going away and should I find a spot for a new hydrangea that is healthy and doesn't involve digging up the remains of a baby bunny, I would think it would be a good thing. Nothing good comes from keeping unhealthy plants around. They're a magnet for bugs that I'd rather not deal with and just don't do well. For a plant that was under $10.00, we've gotten our money out of it.

Does anybody else go through this kind of nonsense? It can't possibly be just me.
Mad Poster
#36 Old 12th Jun 2018 at 8:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Gargoyle Cat
I don't know how I am today. I have a lot on my mind and a sore throat, that I didn't cause. My voice is way deeper than it normally is. It's not sexy.

All that aside, I have yet to do something I said I was going to do a couple of weeks ago. I talked about a field stone wall / planter that needs to be dismantled and moved. The reason this project hasn't been done other than the fact that I'm not supposed to be outside is because of the plant in the planter. It is a 20-plus year old hydrangea that a certain somebody in my house has attached sentimental value to because it was a project my mother and I worked on.

I love my mother, she is my best friend. That said, she has zero attachment to the hydrangea in question. I don't have any attachment to it either. Last winter when we had the deep freeze, it destroyed most of the plant, including the what would be flower buds for this year. I'd rather start new with a new plant to love on. I've thought about transplanting the hydrangea as a form of compromise, but I don't have a spot for it. The one spot that comes to mind is...taken. A hawk got one of the baby bunnies we had in the yard, so baby bunny is buried there.

I think this is one of these situations where I'm just going to have to suck it up and deal with the chips where they fall. I hate having things on my mental To-Do List and they don't get done because of stupid crap like this. The wall isn't going away and should I find a spot for a new hydrangea that is healthy and doesn't involve digging up the remains of a baby bunny, I would think it would be a good thing. Nothing good comes from keeping unhealthy plants around. They're a magnet for bugs that I'd rather not deal with and just don't do well. For a plant that was under $10.00, we've gotten our money out of it.

Does anybody else go through this kind of nonsense? It can't possibly be just me.


Daily life has lots of nonsense. I didn't go get a referral for a specialist I need to see before I start work in a couple weeks. And there is the Thursday phone call asking "Are you ready to start work training?" My response might be "As soon as the scars on my ass from the battery pack heal up, I wake at 6:00AM rather than 8:30AM and work on my lunch, then we can talk." (I need a special implant for my failing body, I am having trouble sleeping and I am still gun shy after an incident in the kitchen caused the stove to catch fire. I grew up cooking with gas and electric is a whole nother beast.)

Still, the implant would mean I am closer to becoming a cyborg, but routine maintenance is required for the battery pack. My nonsense is centered around medical issues and trying to socialize with humans. I just hope I don't have to avoid microwaves. I'm not at liberty to disclose what implant they'll put in me, but it will have a real function.

I should be the only one to shine,
I am the Golden Queen of Shadow Galactica
(Translation of a line from image song Golden Queen Galaxia)
Mad Poster
Original Poster
#37 Old 12th Jun 2018 at 8:08 PM
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Originally Posted by PANDAQUEEN
Daily life has lots of nonsense.


True, but in my case, at least this time, the choice should be clear cut. New healthy plant vs half dead one. It is these kinds of things that I think about which only gets me in trouble.

Good luck with the job.
Mad Poster
#38 Old 12th Jun 2018 at 8:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Gargoyle Cat
True, but in my case, at least this time, the choice should be clear cut. New healthy plant vs half dead one. It is these kinds of things that I think about which only gets me in trouble.

Good luck with the job.


Don't worry too much about me, I think I can handle it. I'm smart enough to be able to figure out the best way.

I should be the only one to shine,
I am the Golden Queen of Shadow Galactica
(Translation of a line from image song Golden Queen Galaxia)
Mad Poster
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#39 Old 12th Jun 2018 at 8:45 PM
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Originally Posted by PANDAQUEEN
Don't worry too much about me, I think I can handle it. I'm smart enough to be able to figure out the best way.


I'm not worried, I was being polite. It is what people say to somebody when they are about.... never mind.
Mad Poster
#40 Old 12th Jun 2018 at 9:38 PM Last edited by PANDAQUEEN : 13th Jun 2018 at 2:11 AM.
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Originally Posted by Gargoyle Cat
I'm not worried, I was being polite. It is what people say to somebody when they are about.... never mind.


It's not about worry or formalities. My parents are actually helping in some areas, but I am doing fine in area I can work on by myself.

In any case, I alerted my father and tomorrow will be extremely busy.

EDIT: 2018/6/12 20:55
Found that, along with my internal optical disc drive, my external one has died. Now I can't play my Sims games 1-3 or watch movies on my computer.

Looks like my training compensation money is going towards fixing Bessie II. My last computer before my current one was simply named Bessie after the road paver from Cars 1. She was my workhorse. I eventually retired Bessie I when I got Bessie II.

Considering the internal drive lasted six years and could read Blu-Ray and write DVDs and the external read and write Blu-Ray... I think I will call up my blank Blu-Ray supplier for a replacement when I have the money.

He who has the gold makes the rules and evidently, I will have to work for my gold from this point forward.

21:11 - Okay, my supplier no longer makes Blu-Ray drives or discs. Looks like I need to shop around.

I should be the only one to shine,
I am the Golden Queen of Shadow Galactica
(Translation of a line from image song Golden Queen Galaxia)
Test Subject
#41 Old 13th Jun 2018 at 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Gargoyle Cat
Last thread was deleted, so here's a new one.

Not feeling well..
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#42 Old 13th Jun 2018 at 12:19 PM
Indecisive....





I'll take one of each, preferably all black for both.
Alchemist
#43 Old 13th Jun 2018 at 2:28 PM
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Originally Posted by RicoSuavecito
I just celebrated my 30th birthday, and after so long the intrusive and negative thoughts came pouring in. Can I ever catch a break? Does it ever stop? Alcohol, therapy, medication, drugs, exercise, diet, sleep patterns, hobbies, nothing stops it. I actually didn't want to make it to my birthday. It would have been real sweet if I was a day shy of it.


100% relatable.

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Mad Poster
#44 Old 13th Jun 2018 at 2:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Gargoyle Cat
Indecisive....





I'll take one of each, preferably all black for both.


Squee! Is a puppy really coming?

"Fear not little flock, for it hath pleased your Father to give you a kingdom". Luke 12:32 Chris Hatch's family friendly files archived on SFS: http://www.modthesims.info/showthread.php?t=603534 . Bulbizarre's website: https://archiveofourown.org/users/C...CoveredPortals/
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#45 Old 13th Jun 2018 at 3:25 PM
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Originally Posted by smorbie1
Squee! Is a puppy really coming?


It's looking more and more that way. I need to stop trapping myself in the house and a 'walking buddy' will certainly help with that. I can't bring our Jack Russell for the kind of walks that I have in mind as she's far too easily swayed into chasing cats, squirrels, or anything with wheels.

I don't have a specific time frame when I'm getting one. I need to talk to my vet about French Bulldogs as I'd love to own one, but they're one of those breeds that can be problematic to own. It isn't themselves that are the problem, they tend to have lots of health issues. I understand German Shepards as we've owned one.
Mad Poster
#46 Old 13th Jun 2018 at 4:22 PM Last edited by smorbie1 : 13th Jun 2018 at 4:51 PM.
**small earthquake as smorbie jumps up and down excitedly**

YAY! YAY for puppies!

I am not an animal snob and puppies are wonderful no matter what shape or size. I know you are an animal lover so you know there's a lot of treasure to be found at the shelter.

"Fear not little flock, for it hath pleased your Father to give you a kingdom". Luke 12:32 Chris Hatch's family friendly files archived on SFS: http://www.modthesims.info/showthread.php?t=603534 . Bulbizarre's website: https://archiveofourown.org/users/C...CoveredPortals/
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#47 Old 13th Jun 2018 at 5:17 PM Last edited by Gargoyle Cat : 13th Jun 2018 at 5:46 PM. Reason: Added more...
Quote:
Originally Posted by smorbie1
**small earthquake as smorbie jumps up and down excitedly**

YAY! YAY for puppies!

I am not an animal snob and puppies are wonderful no matter what shape or size. I know you are an animal lover so you know there's a lot of treasure to be found at the shelter.




I confess, I'm a bit gun shy when it comes to shelter animals. My last one, our German Shepard, was in a shelter three different times. She was a mess. She hadn't been spayed, had heartworms, was over 20lbs underweight, ect... When I called the last shelter she was in to get as much information I could about her, in a nutshell, they told me to f-off in not so many words.

I'm not throwing all animal shelters under the bus because of this one experience. A friend of mine has been running a successful, non-profit cat shelter for over 20 years. She treats every cat that is dropped off at her doorstep as one of her own. However, I don't want to go through what I went through before, again. I have zero regrets doing it, but it was a lot of work, money, phone calls to my vet, and sleepless nights.

On the other hand, many moons ago I plunked down $800 for a different German Shepard who I was told was the best of the best. This person I trusted and worked with for a few years, so I took her word for it that her puppies were all that even though I have no need for a show dog in my life. 72 hours later, said puppy was returned as she had a grade 3 heart problem. China, was then placed in a home where she spent her days resting on a over-sized pillow. She didn't live to see past 2 years old. Ironically, this same former friend sold me my yellow-footed tortoise who as it turned out, had pneumonia. Nice friend...meh.

I think this time around, I'm going to have my vet scout me out a puppy. I'll happily accept a breeder 'reject' as long as the animal is healthy. Wonky eye colors, less then perfect coat, ect... don't mean anything to me. She has volunteered to find me a dog before and delivers 'rejects' via c-section all the time.
Mad Poster
#48 Old 13th Jun 2018 at 8:50 PM
Having trouble sleeping, staying asleep, waking and staying awake all at the right time.

One of my pills is not working and tomorrow will be the dreaded call back from the office asking if I am able to train yet. Unfortunately I will say "No, you're going to have to give me more time. I don't have any pertaining affairs in order for this time yet. Call me in a week and I will have more work done in preparation."

In all honesty, I have a sort of dread of being operated on for an implant to help with my functions and in all honesty, I have yet to research if I need to go to the hospital or if it's outpatient, when to go in for battery replacement, recovery time, machinery interactions and restrictions, any lifestyle restrictions and body\implant interactions.

It's been a long day. Mostly dreading the Thursday phone call.

I should be the only one to shine,
I am the Golden Queen of Shadow Galactica
(Translation of a line from image song Golden Queen Galaxia)
Forum Resident
#49 Old 13th Jun 2018 at 9:57 PM
it started very good, i made something from fatherday at the academy but it end up pretty badly because my charger doesn't work at my mobile and now i feel so useless at some point since i tried a couple of things out
like start it up again, to quit my mobile for a little while and then start it up after like 10-20 seconds, i even put the charger from my mobile to my laptop just incase, i even blowed the little hole where the charger exactly fits

but none of that worked out, i screamed and almost ended up crying since i don't know what i'm supposed to do now, my roommate asked if i needed the charger and what kind of mobile i had
so i was like: i go for it and then i could use it for like an hour (my mobile is full now and is at 100% now)

but i feel so bad now since my charger passed away recently! i think i need a new charger right now
Mad Poster
#50 Old 14th Jun 2018 at 1:01 AM
Medication got changed. Didn't go too well. Then I ran out of levodopa this week. That's not good.

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