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  • Leea

    Ever had a dream where you woke up and thought "What the hell?"

    I ask this because I had a dream the other day where I woke up and asked the same thing. Granted, I've had dreams of this "sort" before, its no new thing to me, but this one was so out of whack that I just laughed at its absurdity. What was it, you might ask? Well, it was:

    I was walking in a house with a brick floor and stucco-like walls, and someone was giving me a tour of the place. As I was walking around I was thinking to myself, "This is kind of a small house for O.J. Simpson. But, then again, what kind of money can he have just coming out of jail?" Then, I went outside and there was the man himself. He gave me a golf club, and then he talked to me as I sorted pink, purple, and white Good and Plenty candies into color-specific piles. I was thinking in the dream, "I don't know what I'm going to do with this golf club. I suppose I could always hit someone with it."

    Then the dream ended. Talk about weird. What the hell was…

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  • Leea

    Ever hated (or merely disliked, for a less strong word) your local newscasters?

    I do. I have for a long time.

    They make the stupidest jokes, especially the weatherman in the morning, and the jokes he makes about summer are the worst. Hey, maybe you haven't noticed, man, but I'm suffering here with 80-degree temperatures at 6 in the morning, which tells me we're going for another hot day, and all you can do is make jokes about sunscreen and laugh like you're a stand-in for Santa Claus!

    I know that the producers no doubt tell them to be "jolly," but I think they take it to extremes, laughing about stuff that shouldn't be laughed at, like how cold its gonna be in the winter, or what blistering temps there will be in the summer.


    A few years ago, I read about a guy who patented a snake leash. I kid you not. How the hell would the snake not get free? Why would you be taking your pet snake for a walk, anyway? What snake would want to go for a walk?


    Do you think these studies have any "real" benefit…



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  • Leea

    Ever saw a "scientific study" and scratched your head over its being absurd? There were some really dumb ones I've seen in the past few years. Like one where "Why do monkeys scream during sex?" I'm not kidding. That really was a study. Seriously? You're wasting money on this stuff? You could try to figure out how to cure arthritis or cancer, and you're wasting perfectly good taxpayer money on this shit! Don't you want to bet that if it were money that came out of their pocket, they'd be less willing to have such ridiculous studies?


    In going with "Are you serious?!" so-called "scientific studies," I've got two more studies I've read about in the past:

    • Why do shower curtains billow inward? (You really need a study and money spent for this? Any layperson could tell you that its the hot air rising and the cold air coming from the bottom to replace it. Poof! Study solved!)
    • Which flip-flops make the "flip" and "flop"? (Again, why are you spending money on this ridiculous stuff?! The right makes t…

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  • Leea

    I had watched a true crime story a while ago about some kid (he was a kid back then, when the story originally played out) who got addicted to playing video games, and his parents didn't like it and so they locked up the new Halo 3 (like I said, long time ago) he bought in the safe so he couldn't play it. So, he got angry, stole the keys to the safe, took out the game and his father's gun, and shot his parents from behind while they watched TV. His mother later died from her wounds, but the father survived.

    So, while he thought they were gone, he took the game and drove to his friend's house to play it there, but the cops got wind of it from a neighbor who heard everything, and he was arrested. He's still in jail, if I remember correctly.

    When my parents were watching this with me, mom turned to me worried and asked if I had any "shooter" type games, and yes, I do, so I said "Yeah," and she was instantly worried that I would take a gun and shoot them in the night. I said "That kid was c…

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  • Leea

    I'm cursed, I swear.

    I have found all sorts of junk in food. You could call me the Queen on this, though its a title I wish I didn't have. You name it, I've found it in food. Plastic pieces, hair, wire from pot scrubbers, etc. Not just store-bought food, but home-made stuff as well, even though mom goes to great lengths to avoid having foreign matter baked in. So, at this point, you might say "Why not just eat raw food?" Yeah, but I've found stuff in there, too. Bugs, mostly. Aphids on broccoli, worms in the middle of cucumbers, and slugs in cabbage, even though said food was looked over with a "fine toothed comb" as it were.

    It doesn't happen as much as it used to, but I swear, someone cursed me.


    You know that eels from both North America and Europe travel to the same place to mate? When breeding time comes, eels from both continents travel all the way to Sargasso Sea, an area in the mid-Atlantic between Europe and North America, where they mate with species of their own kind. Weird, hu…


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  • Agent c


    Hello America, This is your president, John Henry Eden. Seven Long years ago I made a promise to you dear, sweet, America, that I, and the Enclave would bring back our national pastime, Baseball, back to this country. Dear America, Today I am proud to to announce, that I, and the Enclave have succeeded in our promise to you. So without further ado, I present to you, in association with Galaxy Sports News, the 2288 World Series of Baseball!








    National League Semi Final 2 - Pittsburg Punnishers vs Goodneighbour Gangsters
    From The Pitt
    The Pittsburg Punnishers
    Vs.
    From Scollay Square
    The Goodneighbour Gangsters





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  • Leea

    A lightning storm passed through about midnight last night. We have one of those "weather radios," so the thunder started from a distance just as the radio's warning was over.

    Boy, was it a light show, and not generally the good kind. There's something about lightning storms that if they happen to come in the night whilst you're sleeping, it, for some reason, keeps you awake. Must be the "charge" in the air. There were so many flashes in the night that if you sat by a window, you could have read a book. No kidding.

    Me? I prefer light rain (or just rain in general) with no lightning, 'cause that can short out the electricity in your house, which is a big bummer.


    Ever heard of a "fulgerite"? It is a type of stone created by lightning strikes. No kidding! Lighting may actually liquify the sand or stone that it strikes, and when the liquid solidifies, it creates root- or branch-shaped stones called Fulgerites.


    Ever pick up money from the ground?

    • Third was You can pick up money from the ground?…


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  • Leea

    I used to find lots of change on the ground/parking lot/store floors (if in a store, mostly by the checkout) when I'd go to town, but since the recession/depression (whichever you prefer to call it), I don't find that much, if I find any at all. I used to find upwards of a dollar (in change), but now I feel lucky if I find a penny or two.

    People must be more cautious so they don't drop change, pick up their change if they happen to drop it, or someone gets there before myself.

    I wish it could be more like the old days. Who doesn't like more money?


    There was an old "remedy" I read about for when someone stopped breathing back in 1911 (remember, this was before CPR was invented) that involved stripping them, sitting them in a bathtub, and pouring ice cold water over them. If they imediately didn't wake up, more freezing water was doused over them.

    I guess the idea was that the shock of the cold water would wake them up, though said treatment could also have the potential to give someone a h…


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  • Agent c


    Hello America, This is your president, John Henry Eden. Seven Long years ago I made a promise to you dear, sweet, America, that I, and the Enclave would bring back our national pastime, Baseball, back to this country. Dear America, Today I am proud to to announce, that I, and the Enclave have succeeded in our promise to you. So without further ado, I present to you, in association with Galaxy Sports News, the 2288 World Series of Baseball!








    American League Semi Final 1 - The NCR City Nicks vs The All American Patriots
    From the New California Republic
    The NCR City Nicks
    Vs.
    From the Enclave
    The All American Patriots




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  • Leea

    I stepped on a snake the other day.

    It felt like stepping on a stick at first, but then it felt kind of rubbery, like a small garden hose under your feet. I didn't realize it was a snake at first (otherwise I would have totally avoided it), but something about the way it felt under my shoe made me turn around and look down. Then I was so shocked that I had a hard time getting my voice to work to shout at mom because I had just stepped on a poisonous snake! I finally managed to cry out "I stepped on a Copperhead!" and since she was close behind me, she ran up and began to scream "Oh, my God, did it bite you?!" and I managed to stutter (still wading through shock) that I was not bitten.

    It was a cold morning, and it had just rained, so the snake, likely being stunned by being both cold and stepped on, just managed to flicker its tongue. Mom was blowing on a whistle at this point (kept for emergencies like this) to summon dad, to which shortly afterwards he appeared and mom's trying to inf…

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