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Proof some people have too much time on their hands

Post by AlanM » Thu Nov 14, 2013 6:48 pm

Not particularly funny but fun to watch if you have a spare 4 minutes.
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Re: Proof some people have too much time on their hands

Post by SMMAssociates » Fri Nov 15, 2013 4:03 am

Alan:

Hilarious....

What worries me.... How do you find the time to search all this stuff out? :mrgreen:

I thought they had you out in the fields terrorizing the tourists :D....

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Re: Proof some people have too much time on their hands

Post by AlanM » Fri Nov 15, 2013 9:14 am

SMMAssociates wrote:Alan:

Hilarious....

What worries me.... How do you find the time to search all this stuff out? :mrgreen:

I thought they had you out in the fields terrorizing the tourists :D....

Regards,
Stu,
Much of those kinds of things I find posted on other forums where I lurk.
Some come to me in my email. (I'm on A LOT of mailing lists.)
For example, I get a daily sodoku puzzle emailed to me from http://www.brainbashers.com/showsudoku. ... ber=196071

Some I find myself when I go off on a tangent and do a research project to answer some question that bubbles up into my consciousness.

I'm online and at my keyboard for quite a few hours each week.
More so now that I'm a moderator on a large forum of mostly teenagers and pre-teens.
When I say large forum, this is what I mean.
There are currently ~45 moderators online.
Here are the current forum stats:
22,974,823 Total Posts
2,362,444 Total Members
112,444 Most Online at one time

OBTW it's not a gun or gun related forum and there are members on it from all over the world.
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Re: Proof some people have too much time on their hands

Post by SMMAssociates » Fri Nov 15, 2013 2:23 pm

Alan:

I knew you were online a lot - not a lot more to do where you are now - but that is one big forum!

I wonder if they really know who you are? :mrgreen:

I do understand "finding things".... My buddy Joe also works midnights, and hits the web for "relaxation" when he's tired of programming or whatever else he's up to, and keeps finding really off-the-wall stuff on u-tube. He sends a lot of it to me :D.... Seems like those links always lead to something else that's off-the-wall....

(I'm usually trying to figure out what Sherri spent today in order to get some cash into the account before the check shows up at the bank :D....)

For somebody who's essentially unemployed, I'm damn busy! :mrgreen:

Sleep is something I only dream of :D....

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Re: Proof some people have too much time on their hands

Post by Brian D. » Fri Nov 15, 2013 2:29 pm

AlanM wrote:For example, I get a daily soduko puzzle emailed to me
Darn, and here I've been doing sudoku puzzles instead, are your soduko puzzles better?

Ha, I got to hoist you on your own fanatic literalist petard! :lol:
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Some ignorant person may become alarmed, and we can't have that.''

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