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Re: This thread is like a broken pencil: pointless.
« Reply #3301 on: 07 Nov 2020, 14:40 »

They could have made it a picture of a pier, BUT NO  :roll:
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« Reply #3302 on: 09 Nov 2020, 08:50 »

I was always under the impression 'pear' was pronounced like 'bear', not 'peer'. Or does that depend on regional accents?
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« Reply #3303 on: 09 Nov 2020, 13:07 »

It does differ on regional accents. You might find folks from Australia, say, might have more of a 'pier' kind of pronunciation of that word.

That said, I thought that part of the joke in this case was that it barely works.

It took me along time to work out that 'Squirrel Girl,' in many American accents, rhymes.

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« Reply #3304 on: 09 Nov 2020, 13:13 »

It does differ on regional accents. You might find folks from Australia, say, might have more of a 'pier' kind of pronunciation of that word.

That said, I thought that part of the joke in this case was that it barely works.

It took me along time to work out that 'Squirrel Girl,' in many American accents, rhymes.
You're in Britain, right? How do you say it there?
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« Reply #3305 on: 09 Nov 2020, 13:20 »

'Pair.'

P-ehh-uhrr.

Like air. Or rare.

That said, my Irish friends tend to seem to make that word into two syllables with a y dividing them.

Also there are accents up north where it would be pronounced 'Puhr' or forgive me 'Purr' or I guess almost 'Pür'.

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« Reply #3306 on: 09 Nov 2020, 13:36 »

'Pair.'

P-ehh-uhrr.

Like air. Or rare.

That said, my Irish friends tend to seem to make that word into two syllables with a y dividing them.

Also there are accents up north where it would be pronounced 'Puhr' or forgive me 'Purr' or I guess almost 'Pür'.
Hah, total misunderstanding. That's my bad. I meant "Squirrel."
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« Reply #3307 on: 09 Nov 2020, 13:48 »

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Skwih-rull.

Squirrel.

As opposed to squirl.

There's a whole other syllable there! It's one of the more surprising ones for me.

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« Reply #3308 on: 09 Nov 2020, 17:26 »

Obligatory teutonic Eichhörnchen-massacre is obligatory:


Obligatory squirrel-venge is obligatory as well, of course  :evil:

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« Reply #3309 on: 09 Nov 2020, 17:44 »

Once someone visiting our third-grade class told us a story about a squirl named Earl and and a squirrel named Beryl.   Who had some kind of argument that they took to the local wise-thing - who was, of course, an owl named Al.  Al wrote out his opinion with a pen and hung it on the wall with a pin, and then asked them in to share ten tins of biscuits and tea with their neighbor, Mr. Crock O'dyle, who couldn't quite decide if he was from Scotland or Australia so they had to listen to the way he spoke to figure it out.  It turned out he was originally from Africa, but had been raised in Australia, where he'd been adopted by a Mr. Gator - who had the same first name as the local wise-thing but pronounced it slightly differently....

I remember it vividly - even though the rest of third grade is mostly so much mush in my brain - because Beryl was my grandmother's given name.  And the audience-participation bit was particularly fun.
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« Reply #3311 on: 12 Nov 2020, 19:16 »





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« Reply #3312 on: 13 Nov 2020, 01:49 »

I'm exactly that way about names: call me whatever.. but not something awful like that.
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« Reply #3313 on: 13 Nov 2020, 06:17 »


I only recently learned about Mansa Musa, the richest man in history. A 14th Century West African ruler who was so rich his generous handouts wrecked an entire country's economy


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« Reply #3314 on: 13 Nov 2020, 09:00 »

Obligatory teutonic Eichhörnchen-massacre is obligatory:
Obligatory squirrel-venge is obligatory as well, of course  :evil:

As an Austrian, I can one-up you on "Eichhörnchen": "Oachkatzlschwoaf". That's some heavy general Austrian dialect for "squirrel's tail". It's a word anyone north of the Weißwurst-equator is basically unable to pronounce properly.
Regional variaton of "Eichhörnchen" is "Eichkätzchen", but that always is dragged down to localised pronunciation.
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« Reply #3315 on: 13 Nov 2020, 11:32 »

Hmm.  I wonder how Mansa Musa's fortune compares to that of Lucius Annaeus Seneca aka Seneca the Younger, of the Roman Empire. 

Seneca, in addition to his more well-known activities as a writer, statesman, imperial advisor, and Philosopher, was also ridiculously wealthy.  I remember a philosophy class where the professor telling us that at by the time of his death, he had a fortune of over 600 Million Sestertii, mostly accumulated through usery.  That was several times the annual budget of the Roman Empire - easily enough to have wrecked the Roman economy if he'd used it that way.  The professor thought it was a greater fraction of the world's actual wealth than ever controlled by any other single person, before or since.  But I don't think the philosophy professor was counting Africa.

Seneca's the poster child for predatory lending practices:  he gave large loans to the kings and emperors of other lands, secured by collateral worth more than the loans naturally, and would then foreclose without warning at a time when he knew the loans couldn't be repaid, claiming the collateral.  If he could manage it he'd wait to pull that stunt until the victim had been already making payments for years and the loan income was about to run out.   

He's also reputed to have paved the way for Roman conquest more than a few times by calling in all the loans he'd made in some country at once, so that they could only just barely be repaid, tanking the local economy so they couldn't field a defense just a year or so before the planned invasion.  Or deliberately tanking some country's economy like that so that some third-party would overextend its own military budget and drain its resources invading them - then offer a loan to the third-party that didn't realize what had just happened - then a few years later tank *their* economy right before the Romans invaded taking both territories. 

And the Roman empire would often pay him hansomly for his help!  Especially since he would "advise" the Emperor to do so and often controlled a seat in the Senate and, you know, had connections.

And this guy wrote about Stoicism - accepting your lot in life, as every position has value, every calling is great when greatly pursued, and attempts to better your station cause only strife.  Advising slaves to be loyal to their masters, and so forth.  While ripping people off left and right.

Boudicca and a few other people got really, really angry with him.  Can't blame them a bit actually.
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« Reply #3316 on: 13 Nov 2020, 16:53 »

Hmm.  I wonder how Mansa Musa's fortune compares to that of Lucius Annaeus Seneca aka Seneca the Younger, of the Roman Empire. 

Seneca, in addition to his more well-known activities as a writer, statesman, imperial advisor, and Philosopher, was also ridiculously wealthy. 
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Boudicca and a few other people got really, really angry with him.  Can't blame them a bit actually.

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« Reply #3317 on: 13 Nov 2020, 20:30 »

Hmm.  I wonder how Mansa Musa's fortune compares to that of Lucius Annaeus Seneca aka Seneca the Younger, of the Roman Empire. 
Mansa Musa is reported to be incredibly rich and "There’s really no way to put an accurate number on his wealth," according to a CNN business article linked on Wikipedia. His estimated peak wealth is US$418 billion. He had a very successful trans-sarahan trade empire along with gold and salt deposits in his kingdom that he exploited.

edit: removed my statement about Seneca because I'm a dolt and read the wealth of a different Roman and posted it.  Oddly enough Seneca isn't mentioned on the Wikipedia list of wealthiest people in history.
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« Reply #3319 on: 05 Dec 2020, 12:02 »







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« Reply #3320 on: 07 Dec 2020, 14:56 »

The moose statue thing reminds me of the way cities in China (and to an extent Asia generally) compete to build the tallest statues of the Buddha, something that he would undoubtedly have condemned.

And my father's stories about his army service make the "guarding the bench" story completely credible...

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« Reply #3321 on: 07 Dec 2020, 15:53 »

Christianity used to have a strong Iconoclastic movement, but it lost, and now you have idols everywhere.   Of course, many Muslims take the opposite extreme.  I'm of course, of the belief that worship in any form is inherently dangerous, especially because oddly enough in some views, it destroys morality.
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« Reply #3322 on: 07 Dec 2020, 22:56 »





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« Reply #3323 on: 08 Dec 2020, 06:16 »

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« Reply #3324 on: 16 Dec 2020, 15:14 »


These are springboks. They pronk. Have a nice day.
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« Reply #3325 on: 17 Dec 2020, 03:34 »

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« Reply #3326 on: 17 Dec 2020, 09:11 »

Just a reminder, there is a "Feels thread" for memes and random junk that would elicit the feels.
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« Reply #3327 on: 17 Dec 2020, 21:02 »

The springboks. They pronk. I wrote a sonnet about them.

A rippled wave across a plain of grass
A single tree stands solemn, dry and still
The puddles turned to sheets of golden glass
An unknown bird lets out a joyful trill.

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Two twisted horns, set firm upon each head
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No tail to wave, but white fluff in its stead.

With coiled tension, springboks bound along
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Across the fields they leap, their movements strong
Their merriment, between themselves, they share.

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« Reply #3328 on: 18 Dec 2020, 21:09 »

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« Reply #3329 on: 23 Dec 2020, 18:02 »

The gender neutral term for a sugar daddy is a glucose guardian.
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« Reply #3330 on: 23 Dec 2020, 23:15 »

The gender neutral term for a sugar daddy is a glucose guardian.

A carbohydrate caretaker.

Any other suggestions?
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« Reply #3331 on: 24 Dec 2020, 02:58 »

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« Reply #3332 on: 25 Dec 2020, 04:00 »


What were they even trying to show?
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« Reply #3333 on: 25 Dec 2020, 04:14 »

A pair of mittens. Someone drew fingers on the thumbs to make it look like... that.
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« Reply #3334 on: 25 Dec 2020, 08:37 »

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« Reply #3335 on: 29 Dec 2020, 05:43 »

What is culture?
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« Reply #3336 on: 29 Dec 2020, 22:28 »

What is culture?

Yogurt + time?  :psyduck:
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« Reply #3339 on: 05 Jan 2021, 19:26 »

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« Reply #3342 on: 19 Jan 2021, 19:05 »


Of course its a surf green stratocaster.  :laugh:
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« Reply #3344 on: 26 Jan 2021, 19:04 »

<snip>Adorable rodent pictures</snip>


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« Reply #3345 on: 26 Jan 2021, 19:32 »

NO PUNCHLINE! ONLY CUTE!
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Re: This thread is like a broken pencil: pointless.
« Reply #3346 on: 26 Jan 2021, 19:35 »

I do love rats, I just wish that they lived longer.
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Re: This thread is like a broken pencil: pointless.
« Reply #3347 on: 27 Jan 2021, 03:39 »




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« Reply #3348 on: 31 Jan 2021, 15:59 »



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