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NOCTURNAL Moment

  • i see the connection your making though

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    G-Man

    Chasity, do not put that in your mouth!

    when the 5 people started out chained to the wall? and the firewoman got decapitated? 

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    iits happened to me. i was walking down the hallway during school, and saw a kid wearing a Boston College shirt. I instantly wanted to tackle the kid 

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    …i would rather chug a large chilled bottle of Yagermister*ms* by myself on an empty stomach during a Full Moon than be hti by a sonic screw driver again. Damnable Galyfrayia*ms* techsmiths.

    The Irishman from Ohio

    they stopped making Ding Dongs. There’s a similar snack cake out there, but it’s not the real McCoy. (Or maybe it’s Ho Ho’s that they stopped making…)

    – “Hey, I’ll teach you to laugh at something funny!” -Homer Simpson (Angry and strangling Bart for laughing at him.)

    shoulda just let him use the sonic screwdriver

    In the immortal words of Socrates "I Drank What?!"

    But my doctor got me to stop eating Ding Dongs, and Little Debbie snacks. MY bad cholestoral*ms* is killing me. Yaauu. Little Debbie’s…

    The Irishman from Ohio

    you dong a lot of anything, my friend. 

    ..No Bounce..

    …No Play…

    They were showing something from saw 5 that was just like the short people with sticks from nocturna, that room where aggie was held.

    G-Man

    Rich man gets off work, then buys stereo. Not after f***ing brunch! – Mooj

    i hit the wrong key. The past week, I have been dong a lot of deliveries os bariatric beds to a local ER. I swear, I help place Servo*with a swellen head* on a crit care bed at 12am. I actually was looking for Servo to pop out in the corner of my eyes for the rest of the night.

    The Irishman from Ohio

    The Irishman from Ohio

    It seems to me that you go through an extraordinary amount of socks. May I suggest that you clip your toenails from time to time? 

    ..No Bounce..

    …No Play…

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

    …only in JO land could this topic run this long.

    The OJ’s are dead! All hail the OJ’s!

    The Irishman from Ohio

     Tongue out

    We have a winner! 

    ..No Bounce..

    …No Play…

    I see nuthing!" 

    ..No Bounce..

    …No Play…

    C’mon Wolf admit it "You Know You Like It!"

    “I still can’t tell if that’s funny or really scary.”

    it’s not as easy as it should be. 

    ..No Bounce..

    …No Play…

    I just missed something…

    In the immortal words of Socrates "I Drank What?!"

    I’m done. Everyone just move along. Nothing to see here.

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

    finish it! 

    ..No Bounce..

    …No Play…

    Don’t blame me. (OK, not really, but I’m trying to shift blame…)

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

    ..No Bounce..

    …No Play…

    Might this involve you dressing up in that blue thing–with the things?

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

    a pretty good recipe on line. I’ll try to find the link and punt it to you. And if you’re willing to make them, I’ll eat them!

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

    Your rock, bro! (Hehehehe…pasties.)

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

    where it is and I have never heard of " Agnes’ Portuguese Bakery" but your continued talk of hot steaming pasties, excuse me, pastries is making me salavate. Tongue out

    “I still can’t tell if that’s funny or really scary.”

    Malasadas… and coffee. (Or an Italian Cream Soda.) At Agnes’ Portuguese Bakery. Tasty!

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

    So let me get this right: I’m evil AND steaming hot? (I’m OK with that, but those aren’t words that you usually see used together.)

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

     I have an aunt that’s lived in Kailua since I was a kid (many, many moons)…you know we probably walked right next to each other at some point and never realized it Tongue out

    I just never had a pastry THAT good before.

    The Irishman from Ohio

    YOU had to mention Baby McButter’s mom, didn’t you…

    The Irishman from Ohio

    Malasadas!!! You’re made of evil for mentioning something so yummy and so out of reach!!  Oh god, malasadas are yummy.  Growing up, there was a Leonard’s malasada truck permanently parked in a shopping center in Aiea.  My whole family used to jump in the car and ride down there for some of that sugary goodness.  I hear now they are stuffing malasadas with all kinds of flavored creams and azuki beans … but if I had my way, I’d just have them plain and streaming hot!!

    Can’t go now. Need to wrap up what I’m doing and go to bed. It’s a school night… Wanna go with me? (To bed, not school.)

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

    are probably Beignets from New Orleans. But I think the Malasadas are a little less heavy than the Beignes. Both are great though!

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

     I had to look it up. Sounds delicious and I betting Gmork is familiar with these! Similar the the dutch treat Oliebollen.

    “I still can’t tell if that’s funny or really scary.”

    Mmmmm, malasadas…

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

    Definitely cream puffs!!

    “I can’t tell if that’s funny or really scary.”

    until you’ve tried it!

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

    No wait a minute…My mistake. I’ve always wanted to be rolling in dough! 🙂

    “I can’t tell if that’s funny or really scary.”

    You’ve never had pastry?! That makes me sad!

    – “The adverb is not your friend.” -Stephen King, “On Writing”

    Mommie, Mollie McButter and Hutchinsss. Yuck! 

    ..No Bounce..

    …No Play…

    one of the speakers’ name was Hilary McHuchtson i think and she looked like I thought Hilary would look.

    G-Man

    Rich man gets off work, then buys stereo. Not after f***ing brunch! – Mooj

    Dammit Sigler, you ruined my trip to San Francisco.

    The relatives I was staying with lived just a few blocks from the hospital mentioned in Nocturnal, and after I realized that, I couldn’t help but start eyeing the bums and looking over my shoulder.

    came across this article http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/news?slug=txrangersprospectdies&prov=st&type=lgns and I thought the kids name was Rex Deprovdechuk for a second. Sad story though.

    G-Man

    Rich man gets off work, then buys stereo. Not after f***ing brunch! – Mooj

    Can’t believe no one dropped that bomb before me.
    Tongue out
    Tastes Like Chicken

    creepy man!

    So, I’m at work and this old guy walks in….regular customer, and he has this sawed off pool cue,

    so I say to him""You still have that thing?"

    and he replies"yeah, it’s my savior.I beat up these three punk kids with it"

    I blinked three long slow blinks, said"Oh!" like it was the best news I could ever have gotten and continued editing my movies.

    Weird "Nocturnal" moment: the word "savior"      

    creepy, I say. 

    The Irishman from Ohio

    I hope Hillary does not take offense to that. She may plan a visit to a Nocturnal Cell in a state near you?

    The Irishman from Ohio

    and in episode 7 some one gets killed with a bow and arrow just like marko gateno.

    G-Man

    "Why didn’t you stay in the car?"

    "It’s never safe in the car!"

    has that effect on me too.

    – “I don’t have time for a grudge match with every poser in a parka.” -Dr. Horrible

    I saw a woman at my Pastry course that made me think ‘Hilary! WTF?!’

    Made me wanna check for bags with babies in them.

    In my math class someone ment to say money saver but said money savior and I immediatly thought of nocturnal.

    G-Man

    When life gives you lemons, make applesauce. -Angelica Pickles

    someone in my math class is named Jacob Dawsen.

    G-Man

    Nine million terrorists in the world I gotta kill one with smaller feet than my sister. – John McClane

    in geometry we talked about triangles and, literaly one minute before I was reading Infected and that freaked me out. And that got me thinking, were the triangles right, acute, or obtuse.

    G-Man

    Nine million terrorists in the world I gotta kill one with smaller feet than my sister. – John McClane

    in my math book there were Zoids and they all have a triangle with a circle insode them. One of the Zoids had two claws and a blob body and the first thing I thought of was the hatchlings.

    G-Man

    Nine million terrorists in the world I gotta kill one with smaller feet than my sister. – John McClane

    I get lucky every once in awhile.

    [brood en brood met brood ertussen] – My Mothers famous answer to whats for dinner!

    It was very dark.

    – “I don’t have time for a grudge match with every poser in a parka.” -Dr. Horrible

    Twowire, I’m proud to know you.

    – “I don’t have time for a grudge match with every poser in a parka.” -Dr. Horrible

    The Irishman from Ohio

    The Irishman from Ohio

    [brood en brood met brood ertussen] – My Mothers famous answer to whats for dinner!

    I think they might be coming soon. Probably someone will call someone chameleon and I’ll have a little spaz attack.

    G-Man

    Nine million terrorists in the world I gotta kill one with smaller feet than my sister. – John McClane

    The Irishman from Ohio

    I used to work in downtown Houston in 2000- mid 2002. During the day it was seemed pretty normal. There were a few panhandlers that would be around the bus stops. But after business hours and later in the evening the homeless would appear seemingly from nowhere. I didnt think much about it then, just poor unfortunate souls with no where to go.  But now! Thanks Scott! I’ll forever be looking over my shoulder or up to roof tops.

    ["No matter where you go, there you are"] – And Sigler always knows where there is!

    Nice!

    …Blue Stone State Park I thought I saw First Born. It was around 12:27am Sunday morning when I was at a friend’s cabin. I just kept seeing a humaniod cover in dog liek fur in the corners of my field of vision. This happend about two weeks ago after of Water White trip the day befor on the upper New River.

    The Irishman from Ohio

    Now that we are further along in the ‘Nocturnal’ story, our FDO has given much more fodder to incite visions of ‘Nocturnal’ in our every day lives….

    In another thread, I confessed that I am having a hard time with our beloved breast term "Mommy Bags" because it now reminds me of Sigler’s creepiest ‘Nocturnal’ character — Mommy.

    So again, ‘fess up Junkies and share your Nocturnal Moments!

    …cool.
    The Irishman from Ohio

    I see a lot of people in my job (telemarketing) who are in situations like that. The sad part is One has to get ARRESTED first to be elligible for help. Especially for the drug related problems. Then and only then there are several programs you can enter thru drug court and rehab. that help you get a job and a place to live and counseling. Mostly who I see are the younger people with kids. I think they get help because of the kids, I don’t know what the older people can do. So much of the problem is substance abuse or mental illness.

    One of my friend’s dogs had some puppies and named them in order of birth temporarily till people bought them. The only one that hasn’t been claimed is First Born, so she’s keeping that one and not even changing the name.
    First Born! Honestly…

    …policy that I have is if someone asks me for money, regardless of how they are dressed, I give them what I can. After the first time, I don’t. If its winter time, a friend of mine got me started on offering a motel room for them for a night.
    In this part of Ohio I have met folks who work part-time at night, and beg for money during the day as a profession. No taxes on the begging. So I never know if their really homeless or taking advantage of others.
    In a lot of the states in America one cannot apply for state/federal aide unless they have a permanent address. How can the homeless get aide when they don’t reside in the same place regularly?
    The Irishman from Ohio

    …and statistical 40% of homeless in America are military Veterans. They have no family or they have been betrayed by the politics of the military and our society. Its easier to giving charity than to do justice and prevent the same tragity from recurring.
    The Irishman from Ohio

    wife worked with homeless
    been around homeless
    worked in homeless shelter
    high school chum was homeless, might still be homeless (alcohol)

    so i have a different view of them
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    It’s all about the Numbers, my friends
    The Math god

    Had a couple homeless people double-take moments lately. The latest was a bundled man at the downtown bus stop with his cardboard sign tucked up under his arm. All I could see was the last word scrawled in shaky black magic marker – “SAVIOR”. Well, that was enough to convince me to put out my smoke and board the bus early before any arrows started flying.

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    KnitWitch
    http://www.knitwitchzone.com

    Some kid running around at school shouting “savior!!!”, needless to say I kicked em’ in the balls…

    Way back when, I was stationed at Nellis AFB in Las Vegas. As young and underpaid airmen, we were always on the lookout for free and/or inexpensive in ‘Sin City’.

    MGM Grand used to have a theatre downstairs where for $5. you could watch a classic movie on the big screen. This was an awesome room with love seats where you could smoke a cigarette and get cocktail service. You have not lived until you’ve seen Casablanca on a big screen with a Marlboro in one hand and a margarita in the other. *sigh* I’ve since given up smoking but ….

    Every week we would go to the casino to see a movie and every week we’d have to pass by a blanketed figure wearing a hat sitting in a wheelchair. There was always a cup with change in it on the arm and a sign around the figure’s neck asking for donations.

    This figure was always in the same place and never seemed to move. I began to believe that is was just a dummy and that some college kid from over at UNLV put it out to study people. Who is going to give money? Who is going to walk on by? Who is going to steal money?

    So, one night we’re going in to see “Showboat” and I stop and ask my girls, “So … do you think it’s a mannequin or just rags?”

    I picked up the hat and SCREAMED when he lifted his head and blinked at me.

    The moral of this story is to NEVER touch one of these blanketed figures unless you have a spare pair of panties in your purse.

    Tastes Like Chicken

    curious what you think when you go by the bundled-up homeless, so covered in blankets and what-not that you can’t even tell if it’s a normal person under there …

    A friend who bow hunts shared that he received a new quiver full of natural feather arrows from his father.

    That creeped me out something fierce.

    Tastes Like Chicken

    So we’ve discussed our apprehension to chicken scissors and our fear of vaguely triangular marks on our bodies, but with Nocturnal on my brain I recently ran into a situation were I experienced a “Nocturnal Moment”.

    I was at a Children’s Theatre performance of A Christmas Carol and during intermission I headed for the bathroom. In the crowed hallway I bumped into a tall lanky kid. I turned to apologize and as he turned to acknowledge the apology I caught a glimpse of his sweatshirt…it read — Boston College.

    I had a moment of compulsory fear … I looked at his shirt, then at his face. It was momentary and subtle for a split second I felt…fear?! Well maybe more apprehension but WTF!! Now I’m creeped out by some kids sweatshirt!!

    So I am interested…who else has had a moment in their day that reminded them of Nocturnal? ‘fess up, people.

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