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Busyman
01-14-2006, 01:29 AM
:01:

but much pain.:(

Had surgery yesterday and got a new ACL.

My surgeon told me before that I had to go under 'cause bone can't be numbed. While waiting before surgery, my anesthesiologist told me I didn't and it pissed my surgeon off. I got an epidural and watched the whole operation on a monitor.

The surgeon played music from her Ipod while operating. She also removed old scar tissue from my medial meniscus.

It was interesting not being able to feel my leg but seeing the doctors holding it up. :dead weight:

In recovery I started getting a headache and then I yacked. I told them I felt nauseous and the I leaned over the side of the bed and hurled. They then gave me a kinda of throw-up bowl and I let the rest go.

Because I got an epidural I had to wait for HOURS AND HOURS before they let me even stand up. My operation started at 8 am and only took about 2 hours, yet I couldn't stand up until about 2:30 pm.:angry:

I end up having to piss in a long cup.:dry: Just drop my johnson in and let it go.

I was "pissed" 'cause the second time I had to piss I demonstrated to the nurse that I could move my right leg just fine and could use the crutches to hit the head. Damn nurse still had me pissing in a cup.

They did say it was odd 'cause most people have a hard time pissing after an epidural and need a cathoder to get the urine out. (they called today to check up on me and thought it odd I was only on my second pain pill)

I do have a nice set-up perfect for the cripple like myself.

I brought my futon downstairs which sits in front of the big screen

moved my little refrigerator (and put the microwave on top) to the left of the futon. Plastic forks, spoons, and knives are right there also. Refrigerator has cold drinks and quick microwave food, and leftovers.
Xbox (with about 90 titles plus emulated games in it) within arm's reach.
laptop on coffee table (that I'm typing on now)
telephone and alarm clock on end table to my left.
dumbells under the futon.
gun underneath the left end table (has a hollow inside)

I normally would hate being off work so long but in this case, there's nothing I can do about it.



:01:

S!X
01-14-2006, 01:30 AM
Lucky.

twisterX
01-14-2006, 01:39 AM
whats ACL.

Snee
01-14-2006, 01:42 AM
Sorry about the pain.


Watching people operate on you can be fun, in a scary sort of way. Been there, and have seen the inside of someone's heart during an examination, once. Awesome, but disconcerting.

Six weeks can be a long time. If you heal up quickly then maybe you can get a bit of fun in, like a trip or something. Good luck, fingers crossed, and all that :)

Sweet setup, with the hardware et al.

Gun + painkillers = hawt :naughty:

Busyman
01-14-2006, 01:45 AM
whats ACL.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament.

I haven't had one for at least 8 or more years until today.

My right leg still doesn't have one.

I tore them playing basketball.

Recently though 'cause of old an cartilage tear (about 7 years ago) my knee has become unstable and doctors thought it best I get a new ACL.

My surgeon from 7 years ago though it odd I was still playing basketball.

Buffalo
01-14-2006, 01:46 AM
ya had a lot to contend with

zapjb
01-14-2006, 01:51 AM
Since you're off. I expect you to root for the Redskins Saturday 01-14-06 4:30pm EST twice as hard. Get better. We need more Redskins fans!

Busyman
01-14-2006, 01:55 AM
Sorry about the pain.


Watching people operate on you can be fun, in a scary sort of way. Been there, and have seen the inside of someone's heart during an examination, once. Awesome, but disconcerting.

Six weeks can be a long time. If you heal up quickly then maybe you can get a bit of fun in, like a trip or something. Good luck, fingers crossed, and all that :)

Sweet setup, with the hardware et al.

Gun + painkillers = hawt :naughty:
Well that will stay put unless needed...you know "just in case".

Since I am immobile, I'm hardly in a position to "kick" someone's ass. Instead I can just point and shoot.

We have rules regarding travel though. If I take a trip and my job finds out I would be fired.

I watched my arthroscopic surgery on the same knee 7 years ago. On this go 'round I even saw the blood spatter a bit (I pulled the vailed sheet down a bit when they started).

Busyman
01-14-2006, 01:57 AM
Since you're off. I expect you to root for the Redskins Saturday 01-14-06 4:30pm EST twice as hard. Get better. We need more Redskins fans!
Damn right!!! I have no choice.

However I like to jump up in excitement and that ain't gonna happen.:(

I can pump my fist really, really, really hard though.:blink:

Snee
01-14-2006, 02:05 AM
We have rules regarding travel though. If I take a trip and my job finds out I would be fired.
That sucks, if you've got time off to recover, shouldn't you be allowed to recover where you wanted? Suppose it's to guard against people faking injuries or disease to take a trip, but still.


I watched my arthroscopic surgery on the same knee 7 years ago. On this go 'round I even saw the blood spatter a bit (I pulled the vailed sheet down a bit when they started).That's cool. I always find not being in control is a problem, but as long as they remember that you are there and awake, it's ok.


Did she tell you about what she was doing while she did it, so you could follow it step by step, or was it obvious anyway?

Busyman
01-14-2006, 02:09 AM
That sucks, if you've got time off to recover, shouldn't you be allowed to recover where you wanted? Suppose it's to guard against people faking injuries or disease to take a trip, but still.


I watched my arthroscopic surgery on the same knee 7 years ago. On this go 'round I even saw the blood spatter a bit (I pulled the vailed sheet down a bit when they started).That's cool. I always find not being in control is a problem, but as long as they remember that you are there and awake, it's ok.


Did she tell you about what she was doing while she did it, so you could follow it step by step, or was it obvious anyway?
She did talk to me step...almost step by step. I made a big stink about going under and was just elated I didn't have to.

Because of my company's good policies on time off with full pay they definitely don't want folks fucking off on a cruise ship.:happy:

JPaul
01-14-2006, 02:21 AM
Can we cut to the chase - Busboy has a sore knee, is that it.

Snee
01-14-2006, 02:23 AM
When my foot got messed up, I got three weeks off with full pay, without any restrictions on where I spent those weeks.

But it's a different thing here. Our system has more of a socialist/liberal inkling than yours and our unions are different, so it's different what duties corporations have to their employees.

And we do pay more taxes, a lot more, I think.


Being able to go to the park with family whenever you want (and their schedules permit) and lots of small things like that, can't be bad, anyway, and surely the company can't mess with you about that.

JPaul
01-14-2006, 02:25 AM
When my foot got messed up, I got three weeks off with full pay, without any restrictions on where I spent those weeks.

But it's a different thing here. Our system has more of a socialist/liberal inkling than yours and our unions are different, so it's different what duties corporations have to their employees.

And we do pay more taxes, a lot more, I think.


Being able to go to the park with family whenever you want (and their schedules permit) and lots of small things like that, can't be bad, anyway, and surely the company can't mess with you about that.
Yeah, but you weren't on an interweb forum, talking about it, the day after, were you.

Snee
01-14-2006, 02:39 AM
I might have gone online chatting about my injuries, if I'd been doing the forum-thing back in those days. Better than staring at the ceiling.

Wasn't supposed to walk, for a couple of weeks, and there isn't that much to do otherwise. (when everyone else is working and whatnot.)





Can we cut to the chase - Busboy has a sore knee, is that it.

It's been pimped by MTV, they got rid of his scars and gave him brand new stitching, some fancyarse koni ligaments, and a subwoofer in the trunk.

Virtualbody1234
01-14-2006, 02:57 AM
Didn't he already have a sub in the trunk?

Busyman
01-14-2006, 02:58 AM
When my foot got messed up, I got three weeks off with full pay, without any restrictions on where I spent those weeks.

But it's a different thing here. Our system has more of a socialist/liberal inkling than yours and our unions are different, so it's different what duties corporations have to their employees.

And we do pay more taxes, a lot more, I think.


Being able to go to the park with family whenever you want (and their schedules permit) and lots of small things like that, can't be bad, anyway, and surely the company can't mess with you about that.
No they can't. It's not like I'll be running around or anything.

I just can't go on "vacation" and tbh, I wouldn't want to.:(

peat moss
01-14-2006, 03:52 AM
Hope your better soon , operations are a bitch best to get up and try to move around best you can . Use cruchtes if you have too . Velcro the tv remote to the bed side lamp you'll need it . :lol:

Busyman
01-14-2006, 04:00 AM
Hope your better soon , operations are a bitch best to get up and try to move around best you can . Use cruchtes if you have too . Velcro the tv remote to the bed side lamp you'll need it . :lol:

:lol: :lol:
Man I got a piss cup ready so you can bet I got my remotes.

Everose
01-14-2006, 04:27 AM
Sorry to hear you were broke, Busy. Glad they were able to fix you. (at least that part of you)

Best wishes on the healing.

Busyman
01-14-2006, 08:33 AM
Sorry to hear you were broke, Busy. Glad they were able to fix you. (at least that part of you)

Best wishes on the healing.
Thanks. Actually on the healing side, I can speed the rehab by sticking to a weight lifting schedule (when I'm able of course) and strengthen my quads. I also did this beforehand sorta like a pre-hab.

I also gained weight beforehand 'cause I tend not to eat alot when I'm "sick". Even today, wifey made me a coupla hamburgers, some French fries, and a salad and I barely touched it.

I did my pseudo-Atkins diet as a test before, to see if I could burn off excess weight quickly. I lost about 18 pounds then turned around and gained it back +6. I'm now 206. The weight will also help if I catch infection.

A friend of mine used to be chubby when I younger and then he got sick. He lost so much weight that to this day he's actually skinny.

I planned my surgery around this time 'cause between January and February is when we get our worst snow here. When I tried to schedule my surgery back in November, they tried to give me December 8. I said I wanted Jan. and they said they don't schedule that far in advance and I'd have to call back.

When I called in December, she said that she literally just got the scheduling for January in her hands and I got the date I wanted.:D

They used bioscrews where the material is absorbed by my body. My bone cells grow around the screws leaving basically bone screws. I asked her about those at my pre-op. They were going to use titanium.

manker
01-14-2006, 11:13 AM
Hope you have a great time :01:

I tore my ankle ligaments playing soccer, I'd finished uni and was living in a pub but still doing my professional training. I couldn't walk at all so decided to have a month off from everything that wasn't a larf, I had a fantastic time. Didn't need to take one pain killer due to the plentiful Kronenbourg.


Btw, I nearly pished meself when I was reading the list of stuff you have to hand and then got to the concealed firearm http://www.sighost.us/members/danb/glag.gif

sArA
01-14-2006, 12:05 PM
Hey Busyman, hope you get better soon.

I watched the birth of my second child because I had an epidural. Very strange watching my legs being moved about. didn't see much though as they had a screen up. My partner told me that it looked really gory so perhaps just as well....:sicko:

enoughfakefiles
01-14-2006, 12:28 PM
Hey Busyman, hope you get better soon.

I watched the birth of my second child :

Were you not the sara :unsure:

Busyman
01-14-2006, 02:32 PM
Hope you have a great time :01:

I tore my ankle ligaments playing soccer, I'd finished uni and was living in a pub but still doing my professional training. I couldn't walk at all so decided to have a month off from everything that wasn't a larf, I had a fantastic time. Didn't need to take one pain killer due to the plentiful Kronenbourg.


Btw, I nearly pished meself when I was reading the list of stuff you have to hand and then got to the concealed firearm http://www.sighost.us/members/danb/glag.gif
:(

That's quite noice. You got to...

live in a bar
and drink alki instead of taking drugs

noice.;)

you probably just had fun, fun, fun.

Which ankle did you fuck up?

Busyman
01-14-2006, 02:59 PM
Funny I'm watchng Friday Night Lights (good movie...so far) and Boobie Miles just tore his ACL.

maebach
01-14-2006, 04:46 PM
coool, I guess. :unsure:

Busyman
01-14-2006, 05:02 PM
Finished FNL now watchin' Hostage.

adewolf
01-14-2006, 05:02 PM
Sorry to hear this. I got laid off on 12/16/05 but I did get a new job last week. Good luck

Busyman
01-14-2006, 05:05 PM
Sorry to hear this. I got laid off on 12/16/05 but I did get a new job last week. Good luck
What was the old/is the new job?

Busyman
01-14-2006, 05:17 PM
Hey Busyman, hope you get better soon.

I watched the birth of my second child because I had an epidural. Very strange watching my legs being moved about. didn't see much though as they had a screen up. My partner told me that it looked really gory so perhaps just as well....:sicko:
If you were able to see what was going on you probably would've popped out twins that you didn't even have.

JPaul
01-14-2006, 05:28 PM
Hey Busyman, hope you get better soon.

I watched the birth of my second child because I had an epidural. Very strange watching my legs being moved about. didn't see much though as they had a screen up. My partner told me that it looked really gory so perhaps just as well....:sicko:
If you were able to see what was going on you probably would've popped out twins that you didn't even have.
It's sad to see madnes kicking in like that.

Proper Bo
01-14-2006, 05:29 PM
indeed, you could at least let us know when you're coming online JP:dabs:

JPaul
01-14-2006, 05:46 PM
indeed, you could at least let us know when you're coming online JP:dabs:
You want to know when I'm coming, online.

I think not, baby puppy.

Proper Bo
01-14-2006, 05:47 PM
indeed, you could at least let us know when you're coming online JP:dabs: You want to know when I'm coming, online.

I think not, baby puppy.
I told you not to call me that outside of msn:fist:

edit: rolf, just noticed the ","

Busyman
01-14-2006, 05:57 PM
Damn, Hostage is pretty good.

It has that gay fucker from Prison Break.

Blythorama
01-14-2006, 06:24 PM
Believe me. After a week you'll be so bored you'll be tearing your Even Steven out. It'll be six weeks next wednesday for me, and my ankle is still fucked.

What's your boredom threshold like?

Proper Bo
01-14-2006, 06:30 PM
rolf Even Steven:01:

Busyman
01-14-2006, 06:56 PM
Believe me. After a week you'll be so bored you'll be tearing your Even Steven out. It'll be six weeks next wednesday for me, and my ankle is still fucked.

What's your boredom threshold like?
I'm past an Even Steven, Blight.

I took a V-day the day before my surgery and still didn't get my haircut.

I'm starting to look like a black Hungry Jack right now.

Besides that, this isn't the first time I've been off work for over a week and had to stay home.

Anyway, I've got food, video games, unlimited movies, sports on TV, and still can get head.

I have a slightly longer road to travel 'cause even after my 6 weeks, I'll still be on crutches and going to desk job.:angry:

When you work outside, going to a desk job is torture.

sArA
01-14-2006, 07:37 PM
hmmmm....I forsee a gradual increase in BM bollocks over the next 6 weeks.....as he gets more and more bored......:lol:



Goes and dusts off her moderating tools ust in case.

JPaul
01-14-2006, 07:43 PM
hmmmm....I forsee a gradual increase in BM bollocks over the next 6 weeks.....as he gets more and more bored......:lol:



Goes and dusts off her moderating tools ust in case.
You think your modulation powers can prevent his testicles swelling.:blink:

GepperRankins
01-14-2006, 07:52 PM
i have all next week off work. darn :happy:

Busyman
01-14-2006, 08:00 PM
hmmmm....I forsee a gradual increase in BM bollocks over the next 6 weeks.....as he gets more and more bored......:lol:



Goes and dusts off her moderating tools ust in case.
:lol: :lol:

:shifty:

Gripper
01-14-2006, 08:16 PM
Hope you're all better soon,mind ya don't get bedsores.

Busyman
01-14-2006, 09:31 PM
Hope you're all better soon,mind ya don't get bedsores.
Aww naw man. I get up often, you know, to piss and stuff.

My surgered leg will probably have mushrooms growing from it since I can't wash that area 'till the 15th.

Fungus among us. :pinch:

That and the surgeon snatched a bald spot from it. I want my nappy leg hair back.:(

JPaul
01-14-2006, 09:32 PM
Surgered, Quality.

hobbes
01-15-2006, 02:50 AM
Hope you're all better soon,mind ya don't get bedsores.
Aww naw man. I get up often, you know, to piss and stuff.

My surgered leg will probably have mushrooms growing from it since I can't wash that area 'till the 15th.

Fungus among us. :pinch:

That and the surgeon snatched a bald spot from it. I want my nappy leg hair back.:(

You should set up a camera and do one of those time lapse movies of your hair growing back.

Now if 6 weeks seems like an eternity to be couped up, just pretend at the end of six weeks you will die. That will make the time fly.

If you think six weeks is a short time, try holding your breath for six weeks only breathing with intermittent gasps.

I'm sure this is a very helpful post.

Busyman
01-15-2006, 02:54 AM
Aww naw man. I get up often, you know, to piss and stuff.

My surgered leg will probably have mushrooms growing from it since I can't wash that area 'till the 15th.

Fungus among us. :pinch:

That and the surgeon snatched a bald spot from it. I want my nappy leg hair back.:(

You should set up a camera and do one of those time lapse movies of your hair growing back.

Now if 6 weeks seems like an eternity to be couped up, just pretend at the end of six weeks you will die. That will make the time fly.

If you think six weeks is a short time, try holding your breath for six weeks only breathing with intermittent gasps.

I'm sure this a very helpful post.
Good lookin' out, bruh.

hobbes
01-15-2006, 04:53 AM
Music for the recovery:

Monster Magnet- Powertrip

the refrain:


I'm never gonna work another day in my life
The gods told me to relax
They said I'm gonna be fixed up right
I'm never gonna work another day in my life
I'm way too busy(man) powertripping
But I'm gonna shed you some light

twisterX
01-15-2006, 05:07 AM
;)

Busyman
01-15-2006, 05:17 AM
Music for the recovery:

Monster Magnet- Powertrip

the refrain:


I'm never gonna work another day in my life
The gods told me to relax
They said I'm gonna be fixed up right
I'm never gonna work another day in my life
I'm way too busy(man) powertripping
But I'm gonna shed you some light
Yeah great song except I hafta go backta work.:dry:

Can't get too much of a powertrip being a cripple and can't fuck around outside.:(

Everose
01-15-2006, 03:02 PM
How are your wife and daughter holding up, Busy? I know this is hard for you.......but I know it will be an adjustment for them, and they are probably pretty worried about you.

Busyman
01-15-2006, 04:04 PM
How are your wife and daughter holding up, Busy? I know this is hard for you.......but I know it will be an adjustment for them, and they are probably pretty worried about you.
Well I'm right downstairs in the basement. They come down and visit me in my cell from time to time. I actually keep my little girl on my right side so she doesn't play around and undo my surgery.

The adjustment for wifey is that I can't dig in her guts like she wants me to, I don't eat with the family at the table (sometimes they spare a moment from their busy lives to come eat with me however), and wifey has to take out the trash and recyclables.:shifty:

Barbarossa
01-16-2006, 11:08 AM
My surgeon told me before that I had to go under 'cause bone can't be numbed. While waiting before surgery, my anesthesiologist told me I didn't and it pissed my surgeon off. I got an epidural and watched the whole operation on a monitor.


Sounds like the surgeon was rodding you :P

Get well soon.

Busyman
01-16-2006, 02:15 PM
My surgeon told me before that I had to go under 'cause bone can't be numbed. While waiting before surgery, my anesthesiologist told me I didn't and it pissed my surgeon off. I got an epidural and watched the whole operation on a monitor.


Sounds like the surgeon was rodding you :P

Get well soon.
She end up semi-arguing with the anesthesiologist after I was given the info 'cause she didn't want me movin'.

Busyman
01-18-2006, 05:17 AM
I can get handicap plates.:01:

(actually it's a placard that I can move from car to car)

I can't believe I haven't played any vijoegames yet.:huh:

I'm at the end of MK: Shaolin Monks. I at least should be beat that.

I also borrowed Land Of The Dead: Road To Fiddler's Hill from one a my boys.

He also gave me Fantastic 4 and Mr. and Mrs. Smith (fell asleep on it at the drive-in).

I tend to stay up all night so I'll probably do some that tonight after I finish tonights episode of Supernatural.

I'm pissed my Shield ain't in HD. FX sucks for not having HD.:angry:

brotherdoobie
01-18-2006, 05:26 AM
Hope you're all better soon,mind ya don't get bedsores. Aww naw man. I get up often, you know, to piss and stuff.

My surgered leg will probably have mushrooms growing from it since I can't wash that area 'till the 15th.

Fungus among us. :pinch:

That and the surgeon snatched a bald spot from it. I want my nappy leg hair back.:(
What happened to your piss cup?

Peace bd :sick:

Busyman
01-18-2006, 05:29 AM
Aww naw man. I get up often, you know, to piss and stuff.

My surgered leg will probably have mushrooms growing from it since I can't wash that area 'till the 15th.

Fungus among us. :pinch:

That and the surgeon snatched a bald spot from it. I want my nappy leg hair back.:(

What happened to you piss cup?

Peace bd :sick:
I still have it but it's easy for me to get to my bathroom.

I also have a set of crutches down and upstairs for teh walking.

Busyman
01-18-2006, 09:22 PM
Damn I just finished THX 1138 and I can't believe that was made in 1971.:O

I also heard the THX "sound" on one really small part of the movie.

Nice first movie for Lucas. I saw this when I was younger but only remembered small images from it.

Busyman
01-19-2006, 03:47 PM
Guddamnit!!

I'm watching Fantastic Four and Jessica Alba just walked in in that suit and she was noice!!

She has hips like a black chick (at least in that shot).:w00t:

Damn!!

manker
01-19-2006, 03:54 PM
She has hips like a black chick Maybe because she's black?


Well, not black as in the night sky, I mean ethnicity.

GepperRankins
01-19-2006, 03:57 PM
:dabs:


wish i was working. i'm only gonna get 16 next pay day :(

Busyman
01-19-2006, 03:59 PM
She has hips like a black chick Maybe because she's black?


Well, not black as in the night sky, I mean ethnicity.
I thought she was just a cool looking white chick. :dabs:

Busyman
01-20-2006, 06:36 AM
I'm about an hour into King Arthur and it's pretty good.

I think I'm going to switch off of that and watch Twisted though.

I also forgot that every Saturday night, Starz and HBO show a new movie so I've tivoed them for the next coupla weeks. Good HD viewin'.

Cursed, Man Of The House, Miss Congeniality 2 are coming on soon.

I always wanted to see Cursed.

Got my post-op tomorrow morning and unnecessarily wifey took off work to take me in.

I can drive myself.:ermm:

She just got a new job in the phone company this week and usually it's not good to take off right in the beginning like that.

I think she's on her 4th job and so am I. In the phone company one tend's to move around alot changing occupations.

The only way I'll stop working in DC is if I can get suburban Maryland. Since I've started with the phone company well over a decade ago, I have never worked closer than 25 miles from home. Drives have always been at least 45 minutes on a good day.

I think the Washington Metro area has the second worst traffic in the nation behind Los Angeles.:dry:

...and it's getting fucking worse.

That's why a new Woodrow Wilson Bridge (http://www.wilsonbridge.com/)is being built and it will coincide with the National Harbor (http://www.nationalharbor.com/).

The National Harbor is going to fuck my property taxes (already has actually) when it's finished. It's literally 10 minutes from my door.

Little small ass rinky dink houses are gonna be worth more than much bigger ones with twice the land in areas just 20 miles away.

Gripper
01-20-2006, 06:40 AM
Hows ya itches

Busyman
01-20-2006, 06:42 AM
Hows ya itches
Fine until you brought it up.:dry: (I'm not kidding)

Suck ass.

Gripper
01-20-2006, 06:44 AM
Sowwy:shifty:

Are ya getting the other one fixed Steve

Busyman
01-20-2006, 06:47 AM
Sowwy:shifty:

Are ya getting the other one fixed Steve
Wtf?

Gripper
01-20-2006, 06:49 AM
6,000,000 dollar man,I assume it cost that much for the surgery.
So now..henceforth you will be Steve Austin,teh bionicle man

Busyman
01-20-2006, 07:13 AM
6,000,000 dollar man,I assume it cost that much for the surgery.
So now..henceforth you will be Steve Austin,teh bionicle man
I have no idea what it cost.

That's medical insurance for ya. I know my crutches cost $20 and I got this cool doohicky for swelling....
http://bracesupport.com/breg/cub1.jpghttp://bracesupport.com/breg/wrapknee.jpg

You put ice and water in, wrap the knee, connect the nozzle, then pump in the ice water.

Busyman
01-23-2006, 12:12 AM
60 Minutes will have a story on Canada's oil boom in Alberta and one on Fatal1ty.

maebach
01-23-2006, 03:57 AM
Alberta is such a nice place, rly.

Busyman
01-23-2006, 04:07 AM
Alberta is such a nice place, rly.
It seems it will be our biggest source of foreign oil.....bye-bye Saudi Arabia.


Less distance and no water travel to boot.;)

vidcc
01-23-2006, 04:41 AM
6,000,000 dollar man,I assume it cost that much for the surgery.
So now..henceforth you will be Steve Austin,teh bionicle man
I have no idea what it cost.

That's medical insurance for ya. I know my crutches cost $20 and I got this cool doohicky for swelling....
http://bracesupport.com/breg/cub1.jpg

You put ice and water in, wrap the knee, connect the nozzle, then pump in the ice water.

Steve Austin :unsure: that looks more like the Austin Powers "swedish vacuum pump"

Busyman
01-23-2006, 06:53 AM
I have no idea what it cost.

That's medical insurance for ya. I know my crutches cost $20 and I got this cool doohicky for swelling....
http://bracesupport.com/breg/cub1.jpg

You put ice and water in, wrap the knee, connect the nozzle, then pump in the ice water.

Steve Austin :unsure: that looks more like the Austin Powers "swedish vacuum pump"
What's funny is that it's just

an Igloo
pump and hose
and a blister wrap :dabs:

Yet it's worth about $150.:O

There are also wraps for the ankle and elbow that you can buy at $60 a pop.:ermm:

If I hurt my ankle I might just make do with the knee wrap.:happy:

I like it too 'cause you pump in the ice water and as it gets warm later just more water in.
It takes alot before it fills to capacity.

You also can unhook with the pack on.

I swear I am going to get so buffed up this spring. I'm going on a coupla cruises, Vegas, and maybe somore this year.

Busyman
01-23-2006, 08:25 PM
I'm watching Cursed and so far (only 30 min left) this movie is good as shit!!!

GepperRankins
01-24-2006, 02:15 AM
I'm watching Cursed and so far (only 30 min left) this movie is good as shit!!!
what? :unsure:

colt45joe
01-24-2006, 04:51 AM
I leaned over the side of the bed and hurled. They then gave me a kinda of throw-up bowl and I let the rest go.

same thing happend to me.

they operated on my finger, and they finished, and i woke up and i threw up.

Busyman
01-24-2006, 04:56 AM
I leaned over the side of the bed and hurled. They then gave me a kinda of throw-up bowl and I let the rest go.

same thing happend to me.

they operated on my finger, and they finished, and i woke up and i threw up.
Why'd you go to sleep for finger surgery? :dabs:

Couldn't they have done a local?

Barbarossa
01-24-2006, 11:22 AM
same thing happend to me.

they operated on my finger, and they finished, and i woke up and i threw up.
Why'd you go to sleep for finger surgery? :dabs:

Couldn't they have done a local?

Not when your finger is stuck that far up your rectum. :dabs:

Busyman
01-24-2006, 02:42 PM
I'm watching Spartan right now and it looks pretty good.

Val Kilmer has starred in some good sleepers.

Mindhunters, Blind Horizon, Salton Sea.

Hope this turns out great.

Busyman
01-24-2006, 10:01 PM
I'm watching Spartan right now and it looks pretty good.

Val Kilmer has starred in some good sleepers.

Mindhunters, Blind Horizon, Salton Sea.

Hope this turns out great.
Hmmm...the movie was more far-reaching than I thought.

David Mamet wrote it.

Good movie.

manker
01-24-2006, 10:02 PM
First sign of madness.

Busyman
01-24-2006, 10:04 PM
First sign of madness.
Nah, mank.

It ain't all 0 dat.:dry:

smokingchap
01-24-2006, 10:07 PM
First sign of madness.

i think it was a case of teh wrong account :rolleyes:

dry snitch
01-24-2006, 10:10 PM
First sign of madness.

i think it was a case of teh wrong account :rolleyes:
:glag:

Gripper
01-24-2006, 10:23 PM
Spartan is a dam good movie

Busyman
01-24-2006, 10:28 PM
Spartan is a dam good movie
I had never hoid of it 'till yesterday.

I was searching the HD channels for movies to record and it seemed interesting.

I just also taped The Toolbox Murders at the same time. I noticed it has the woman from May in it.

Gripper
01-24-2006, 10:32 PM
Toolbox murders is a good slasher movie

Busyman
01-25-2006, 06:14 AM
Toolbox murders is a good slasher movie
Just finished it.

You're right. Damn good.;)

It seemed like a Hostel type movie, especially in the color.

edit: Just noticed on the cable guide...3 O'Clock High and The Hidden.

I gotta get 3 O'Clock High on disc. I liked that movie.

I just realized that there are alot of "off the radar" movies that I need to find.

Doctor Detroit springs to mind.

Busyman
01-25-2006, 01:13 PM
Now I'm watching Holy Man. :dabs:

Just finished a Rugby Union match between USA and Uruguay.

manker
01-25-2006, 01:20 PM
Just finished a Rugby Union match between USA and Uruguay.:dabs:

Dan Lyle still captaining your boys?

hippychick
01-25-2006, 11:13 PM
I sprained my back and foot today, so I'm off work tell sometime next week. Not as long as you:(
But I am on some good painkillers :w00t:

GepperRankins
01-25-2006, 11:16 PM
FST must be cursed or something. first manker, then busyman, now hippychick :fear:

Busyman
01-25-2006, 11:19 PM
I sprained my back and foot today, so I'm off work tell sometime next week. Not as long as you:(
But I am on some good painkillers :w00t:
Percs?

Hope you get better soon.


....and stop trying to beat your boyfriend's ass all the time. Your back and feet will feel better.;)

Busyman
01-25-2006, 11:22 PM
My little girl just loves Cheetah Girls and High School Musical and is taking over my TV!!:angry:

....and That's So Raven and The Suite Life Of Jack and Cody and.....

GepperRankins
01-25-2006, 11:23 PM
My little girl just loves Cheetah Girls and High School Musical and is taking over my TV!!:angry:
you own her, so beat her in :snooty:

hippychick
01-25-2006, 11:50 PM
I sprained my back and foot today, so I'm off work tell sometime next week. Not as long as you:(
But I am on some good painkillers :w00t:
Percs?

Hope you get better soon.


....and stop trying to beat your boyfriend's ass all the time. Your back and feet will feel better.;)
I wish percs...lol no hydrocodone and tramadol

Busyman
01-26-2006, 07:07 PM
Watchin' NBA's Greatest Games on NBA TV and it's a 1985 game, Detroit vs. Boston game 5 of the conference semifinals.

They are just scoring and scoring and scoring.....

Larry Bird couldn't miss
Vinnie Johnson couldn't miss
Dennis Johnson couldn't miss

Busyman
01-26-2006, 07:13 PM
Just finished a Rugby Union match between USA and Uruguay.:dabs:

Dan Lyle still captaining your boys?
Dunno.

Tell me, are the matches I'm watching truncated or something.

It's 30 minutes long. IRB Series Seven Rugby.

One thing I do hate (which backfired on Uruguay) is that once they were up they took there time with kick-offs and even once the ref looked like he was cheating for them on a substitution where he waiting 'till a Uruguay player that was being replaced got ALL THE WAY off the field before starting the action back up.

It's funny how people talk about the starts and stops of basketball and football but I think it's really about the amount of time of those stops.

Busyman
01-26-2006, 07:20 PM
Percs?

Hope you get better soon.


....and stop trying to beat your boyfriend's ass all the time. Your back and feet will feel better.;)
I wish percs...lol no hydrocodone and tramadol
Yeah I got woosy off it only once.

You said you have something called DVD Playback from your cable company.

Is that digital cable?
Do you have a silver Motorola STB?

If so I have a way for you to program a skip in 30-second increments.

Also can you record 2 shows at once? I have 2 tuners and can record in HD (takes up more space though:dry: ).

manker
01-26-2006, 07:27 PM
:dabs:

Dan Lyle still captaining your boys?
Dunno.

Tell me, are the matches I'm watching truncated or something.

It's 30 minutes long. IRB Series Seven Rugby.

One thing I do hate (which backfired on Uruguay) is that once they were up they took there time with kick-offs and even once the ref looked like he was cheating for them on a substitution where he waiting 'till a Uruguay player that was being replaced got ALL THE WAY off the field before starting the action back up.

It's funny how people talk about the starts and stops of basketball and football but I think it's really about the amount of time of those stops.That's seven-a-side rugby - apart from the basic rules, it's not got a lot in common with the 15-a-side game.

Watch the Six Nations when it starts weekend after next. What you saw there will be a very low grade version of the game.

Dan Lyle played flanker for top English club Bath for years, quality player, and while he was captain, the USA made for half decent opposition.

hippychick
01-26-2006, 07:31 PM
Sports...gah I only like the superbowl so I can watch the commercials hehe
Actually I do like baseball. But only if I see it live...Go Dallas Rangers!
Well As I am bored, I'm going to go watch "Fallen" horror flick staring Denzel Washington
l8r's

Busyman
01-26-2006, 07:46 PM
Sports...gah I only like the superbowl so I can watch the commercials hehe
Actually I do like baseball. But only if I see it live...Go Dallas Rangers!
Well As I am bored, I'm going to go watch "Fallen" horror flick staring Denzel Washington
l8r's
I've been using this time off to...

watch movies I've never seen
plan my vacations
play games I NEVER play
making music
write
basially plan everything else from adding a bathroom and sculpting my backyard to money meditation:lookaroun

Busyman
01-26-2006, 07:55 PM
Dunno.

Tell me, are the matches I'm watching truncated or something.

It's 30 minutes long. IRB Series Seven Rugby.

One thing I do hate (which backfired on Uruguay) is that once they were up they took there time with kick-offs and even once the ref looked like he was cheating for them on a substitution where he waiting 'till a Uruguay player that was being replaced got ALL THE WAY off the field before starting the action back up.

It's funny how people talk about the starts and stops of basketball and football but I think it's really about the amount of time of those stops.That's seven-a-side rugby - apart from the basic rules, it's not got a lot in common with the 15-a-side game.

Watch the Six Nations when it starts weekend after next. What you saw there will be a very low grade version of the game.

Dan Lyle played flanker for top English club Bath for years, quality player, and while he was captain, the USA made for half decent opposition.
Yeah I've seen normal rugby.

I do hate the rules on tackling.

I could see if I played I'd tried to crush the fella.

He wouldn't want to get up....but I'd get flagged.:dry:

I love the breakaways where the player with the ball just fucking runs over a coupla other players!! Reminds me of NFL.

I actually like the game partly 'cause it's short and activity filled.

I see why it wouldn't "take off" over here though. Some of the rules suck.

Busyman
01-27-2006, 02:46 AM
Damn!!

England totally beat the shit out of South Africa.

33 - 7

S. Africa scored right near the end...for some sort of dignity no doubt.

Horton is the man for England.

Goings is good also.

Proper Bo
01-27-2006, 02:48 AM
Damn!!

England totally beat the shit out of South Africa.

33 - 7

S. Africa scored right near the end...for some sort of dignity no doubt.

Horton is the man for England.

Goings is good also.

england>*

Fact:smilie4:

Busyman
01-27-2006, 02:50 AM
Damn!!

England totally beat the shit out of South Africa.

33 - 7

S. Africa scored right near the end...for some sort of dignity no doubt.

Horton is the man for England.

Goings is good also.

england>*

Fact:smilie4:
Don't be smug.

They lost against New Zealand, ffs.:ermm:

I think halfs are only seven minutes long and it's all action.:huh:

I noticed the ref in this game didn't wait 'till an Engish player being substituted got ALL THE WAY off the field after England was up 3 scores.

Good ref.:happy:

Proper Bo
01-27-2006, 02:51 AM
rod? new zealand are good:dabs:

Busyman
01-27-2006, 02:53 AM
rod? new zealand are good:dabs:
:shifty: Obviously

You watch Rugby Union?

manker
01-27-2006, 02:53 AM
It's only sevens, glebes.

Fiji normally pwn at sevens :dabs:

Proper Bo
01-27-2006, 02:55 AM
rod? new zealand are good:dabs: :shifty: Obviously

You watch Rugby Union?

Ja:unsure:


manker, bit late to be accounting isn't it?:blink:

Busyman
01-27-2006, 02:55 AM
It's only sevens, glebes.

Fiji normally pwn at sevens :dabs:
How long are the halfs in normal rugby? 20 min.?

I see the less players you have, the harder you have to work.

Less people to have the ball distributed to.

Proper Bo
01-27-2006, 02:56 AM
It's only sevens, glebes.

Fiji normally pwn at sevens :dabs: How long are the halfs in normal rugby? 20 min.?


glag

Busyman
01-27-2006, 02:59 AM
How long are the halfs in normal rugby? 20 min.?


glag
Ha!! That's so funny. I don't know the game time of rugby.:lol: :lol:

:ermm:

Proper Bo
01-27-2006, 03:01 AM
glag Ha!! That's so funny. I don't know the game time of rugby.:lol: :lol:

:ermm:

i glagged cause i thought it was an attempted rod:unsure:

Busyman
01-27-2006, 03:06 AM
Ha!! That's so funny. I don't know the game time of rugby.:lol: :lol:

:ermm:

i glagged cause i thought it was an attempted rod:unsure:
Still, how would that have been funny?:huh:

Regular rugby is not a top sport here. I've rarely seen a match. It's probably doesn't exist in these parts much how I imagine basketball is in the UK.

I've only seen Series Seven 'cause it's on cable and they only show matches from Cali. (and again the matches are short and full of action).

We play just about all sports in America besides (regular) rugby and cricket.

Proper Bo
01-27-2006, 03:09 AM
i glagged cause i thought it was an attempted rod:unsure: Still, how would that have been funny?:huh:

Regular rugby is not a top sport here. I've rarely seen a match. It's probably doesn't exist in these parts much how I imagine basketball is in the UK.

I've only seen Series Seven 'cause it's on cable and they only show matches from Cali. (and again the matches are short and full of action).

We play just about all sports in America besides (regular) rugby and cricket.

I've been to see the newcastle eagles basketball team play many a time:snooty:

Busyman
01-27-2006, 03:10 AM
Still, how would that have been funny?:huh:

Regular rugby is not a top sport here. I've rarely seen a match. It's probably doesn't exist in these parts much how I imagine basketball is in the UK.

I've only seen Series Seven 'cause it's on cable and they only show matches from Cali. (and again the matches are short and full of action).

We play just about all sports in America besides (regular) rugby and cricket.

I've been to see the newcastle eagles basketball team play many a time:snooty:
What's that a high schoo....I'm sorry, Uni?

ziggyjuarez
01-27-2006, 03:11 AM
i glagged cause i thought it was an attempted rod:unsure:
Still, how would that have been funny?:huh:

Regular rugby is not a top sport here. I've rarely seen a match. It's probably doesn't exist in these parts much how I imagine basketball is in the UK.

I've only seen Series Seven 'cause it's on cable and they only show matches from Cali. (and again the matches are short and full of action).

We play just about all sports in America besides (regular) rugby and cricket.
CALI WOOP WOOP RAISE THE ROOF:01:

Proper Bo
01-27-2006, 03:12 AM
I've been to see the newcastle eagles basketball team play many a time:snooty: What's that a high schoo....I'm sorry, Uni?

rod?

newcastle = a city
eagles = newcastle's basketball team
:dabs:

Busyman
01-27-2006, 03:20 AM
What's that a high schoo....I'm sorry, Uni?

rod?

newcastle = a city
eagles = newcastle's basketball team
:dabs:
I don't know...it coulda..uh...been Newcastle High..or uh some shit.:unsure:

Washington DC (except NBA) doesn't have a b-ball team but each school does.

Busyman
01-27-2006, 04:19 AM
Holy Man.....:dry:

Meet The Fockers was good.

colt45joe
01-27-2006, 06:57 AM
Why'd you go to sleep for finger surgery? :dabs:

Couldn't they have done a local?

Not when your finger is stuck that far up your rectum. :dabs:

.......

Busyman
01-27-2006, 05:22 PM
Omg! This movie is sick

Series 7: The Contenders.

Busyman
01-27-2006, 05:34 PM
Omg! This movie is sick

Series 7: The Contenders.
It's loike some weird reality show GTA deathmatch shit.:lol: :lol:

The reigning champ is a pregnant lady.

The upandcomer is a teenage girl.

So far it's an instant classic.

Busyman
02-02-2006, 05:16 AM
OMG! This movie sucks soooo badly.

House Of The Dead. So far it's like that Man U/Liverpool match I watched earlier.

I remember see the making of this movie and director should be in his own movie. He is total shit.

I cannot believe this was in the theaters.

Sadly the straight-to-cable sequel comes on Sci-Fi channel soon, House Of Dead 2.

Also sadly, I'm actually going to finish this movie tonight.

I could have done a better job directing and of course I have no experience.:ermm:

twisterX
02-02-2006, 05:20 AM
:lol: watch some funny balck people movies like friday and next friday. those are funny as hell.

Busyman
02-02-2006, 05:24 AM
:lol: watch some funny balck people movies like friday and next friday. those are funny as hell.
Yeah I'm black. :dabs: I know those movies.

Actually Friday is one of few movies that I can watch anytime and never get tired of it.

"See I got Deebo figured out. He comes and tells me to STFU. I STFU. But when he leaves....I'll be talking again. :snooty:"

:lol: :lol:

You wanna see funny black comedy? Watch Nick Cannon Wil'in Out on MTV. When had I some folks over the other day, one turned me on to the show and we couldn't stop laughing.

twisterX
02-02-2006, 05:26 AM
:lol: :lol: Just thinking about it. smokey is the shit.

like when that dude gets punched so hard over the bike. :lol: :lol: :lol: so damn funny.

Busyman
02-02-2006, 05:28 AM
:lol: :lol: Just thinking about it. smokey is the shit.

like when that dude gets punched so hard over the bike. :lol: :lol: :lol: so damn funny.
"YOU GOT KNOCKED..THE FUGOUT!!!"

twisterX
02-02-2006, 05:29 AM
hell yea. :lol: :lol:

Busyman
02-02-2006, 05:34 AM
hell yea. :lol: :lol:
Right after that movie came out I saw Chris Tucker and Faison Love ("Big Perm...I mean Big Worm) at Constitution Hall.

Faison Love also did the voice for Robin Harris in Bebe's Kids.

Dark Steno
02-02-2006, 10:08 AM
:dabs:

Busyman
02-03-2006, 03:34 PM
I can't believe I watched Ali G In da House.....and liked it. :crazy:

Proper Bo
02-03-2006, 03:40 PM
I know people irl with cars like that:dabs:

maebach
02-03-2006, 03:47 PM
I can't believe I watched Ali G In da House.....and liked it. :crazy:

I thought it was pretty funny. :lookaroun

Busyman
02-03-2006, 03:49 PM
I know people irl with cars like that:dabs:
I would never watch that movie and never saw his TV show but boredom had me watching dumb shit.

There were some funny moments in the movie.

Proper Bo
02-03-2006, 03:52 PM
The tv show was quite good as it took the piss out of various respected people in mock interviews, whereas the film is just a load of shit jokes. Almost two totally different characters even:dabs:

maebach
02-03-2006, 04:09 PM
I must agree with you Bo, I've seen a few of his shows, and they're alot funnier. My favourite one is when he interviews the Beckhams.

manker
02-03-2006, 04:17 PM
The only time Ali G was funny was when he was on the 11 O'Clock show with clever posh tottie Daisy Donovan.

His ten minutes slots on that were teh roka :happy:

Proper Bo
02-03-2006, 04:25 PM
11 O'Clock Show>Ali G show

Fact

Busyman
02-03-2006, 10:44 PM
http://alt.tnt.tv/nba/images/nbav4_popup.jpg (http://alt.tnt.tv/nba/popup.htm)

twisterX
02-03-2006, 10:45 PM
ali g in da house

Busyman
02-06-2006, 06:20 AM
Sweet weekend.

Not only was this Superbowl decent (had a houseful over) but the day before I ate at one of my favorite restaurants, Carabba's, and afterwards me and wifey got tore up on liquor while watching Napoleon Dynamite and then Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle.

After that (among other things) we went to sleep at about 6am.:pinch:

Wifey couldn't stop laughing at me 'cause during Napoleon Dynamite, the title character was testing milk.(we were totally fucked up during this movie)

I said, "Wtf is that yellow milk crap in the middle that he's drinking?"

Wifey said, "That's buttermilk."

I said, "Wtf is buttermilk? I remember my great grandmother drinking it but never knew what buttermilk actually was."

She said look it up on Dictionary.

I looked it up and read the definition OUT LOUD while totally fucked up off the apple....

I said, "The sour liquor that memains after butterfut has been memoved from whole milt or cream by churnin'."

Wifey fucking lost it telling me I was fucked up with tears running.:lol: :lol:
I was gettin' all defensive, tellin' her she was just as drunk as me then I burst out laughing too.

It actually read....
"The sour liquid that remains after the butterfat has been removed from whole milk or cream by churning."

:mellow:

I was fuuuuucked up.:unsure: RIF

MagicNakor
02-06-2006, 12:04 PM
I often use buttermilk while cooking/baking. Wouldn't really want to drink a glass of the stuff, though.

Napoleon Dynamite's not too bad if you're baked. :P

:shuriken:

Busyman
02-06-2006, 03:59 PM
I often use buttermilk while cooking/baking. Wouldn't really want to drink a glass of the stuff, though.

Napoleon Dynamite's not too bad if you're baked. :P

:shuriken:
Yeah one of my Pittsburghan friends was over last night and when I told him we watched it shitfaced the night before, he told me he was shitfaced when he saw it.:lol:

I liked when that hoochie momma came over that his uncle met online. The face, coulda done without, but she was sexy otherwise. A little too much for him imo.

I wish someone would tell me if The Hole is good or not (no pun intended).

I'm starting to watch it now and don't wanna waste the rest of my time.
As a matter of fact, I'ma watch Dickie Roberts: Child Star instead 'till I find out.

Also has anyone seen Paranoia 1.0?

Gripper
02-06-2006, 06:08 PM
The Hole is ok,not great but passable

Busyman
02-06-2006, 06:17 PM
The Hole is ok,not great but passable
I might watch it later, preferably at night.

Dickie Roberts is pretty good though.:happy:

Happy Madison movies usually are funny.

Have you seen Paranoia 1.0?

Gripper
02-06-2006, 07:26 PM
The Hole is ok,not great but passable
I might watch it later, preferably at night.

Dickie Roberts is pretty good though.:happy:

Happy Madison movies usually are funny.

Have you seen Paranoia 1.0?
Not seen Paranoia,Holes one of them psychological thriller type things,so late at nights a good call

Busyman
02-08-2006, 02:17 AM
I might watch it later, preferably at night.

Dickie Roberts is pretty good though.:happy:

Happy Madison movies usually are funny.

Have you seen Paranoia 1.0?
Not seen Paranoia,Holes one of them psychological thriller type things,so late at nights a good call
Just finished it. Pretty good. Nothing spectaular but a good film.

I like bad endings from time to time.

Another brat movie that I enjoyed. Hope to see more.

Busyman
02-08-2006, 04:58 AM
Hmmmm...Ladder 49 looks pretty good...so far. I'll save the rest for tomorrow. My friend copied this on DVD for me ages ago and I never watched it..oh well it's better in HD anyway.

Gotta watch Supernatural since it's de noitetoime.

MWAHAHAHAHA

manker
02-08-2006, 09:52 AM
MWAHAHAHAHA:ermm:

Barbarossa
02-08-2006, 10:29 AM
How come it's 8 weeks now, malingerer? :unsure:

manker
02-08-2006, 10:39 AM
I've noticed that he's got more mental as the time has gone on.

More benevolent too, trying to fit in better, but definitely more mental.


The extra two weeks is to do with that, I reckon.

Barbarossa
02-08-2006, 10:50 AM
Hmmmm...Ladder 49 looks pretty good...so far. I'll save the rest for tomorrow. My friend copied this on DVD for me ages ago and I never watched it..oh well it's better in HD anyway.

Gotta watch Supernatural since it's de noitetoime.

MWAHAHAHAHA

This post is displaying quite a few signs of impending mentalism... :fear:

Maybe they're not going to let him out of the basement at all... :unsure:

manker
02-08-2006, 11:14 AM
Hmmmm...Ladder 49 looks pretty good...so far. I'll save the rest for tomorrow. My friend copied this on DVD for me ages ago and I never watched it..oh well it's better in HD anyway.

Gotta watch Supernatural since it's de noitetoime.

MWAHAHAHAHA

This post is displaying quite a few signs of impending mentalism... :fear:

Maybe they're not going to let him out of the basement at all... :unsure:Shhhh, if he knows that, he may attempt an escape with an axe or something.

HERE'S BUSY!!!!

http://img95.imageshack.us/img95/5225/shining8eo.jpg

Cheese
02-08-2006, 11:36 AM
I've noticed that he's got more mental as the time has gone on.


Also his TMPPR (Tivo Mentions Per Post Rate) has gone off the chart.

Busyman
02-08-2006, 01:10 PM
I've noticed that he's got more mental as the time has gone on.

More benevolent too, trying to fit in better, but definitely more mental.


The extra two weeks is to do with that, I reckon.
Meh.

Mind yaw fecking business and sod off. :mad3:

Busyman
02-08-2006, 01:10 PM
This post is displaying quite a few signs of impending mentalism... :fear:

Maybe they're not going to let him out of the basement at all... :unsure:Shhhh, if he knows that, he may attempt an escape with an axe or something.

HERE'S BUSY!!!!

http://img95.imageshack.us/img95/5225/shining8eo.jpg
Good one!!:lol: :lol:

Busyman
02-08-2006, 01:15 PM
I've noticed that he's got more mental as the time has gone on.


Also his TMPPR (Tivo Mentions Per Post Rate) has gone off the chart.
True dat. I said it a whole 3 times yesterday. :O

Busyman
02-10-2006, 01:49 AM
FUCKING SCHWEET!!!

I just found out I have Universal HD!!

I was searching for the synopses of the next BSG episodes and then it had that it coming another channel other than Sc-Fi. It said UHD.

It was never announced that we were getting that channel.:unsure:

It shows repeats of BSG and Monk so I guess I'll be waiting for the HD channel to catch-up and I'll forget watching the new ones on Sci-Fi (Monk is too far behind).:dry:

They also show one my favorite TV shows, THE EQUALIZER. It looks like a new repeat every 2 days.

FUCKING SCHWEET!!

Funny enough it has Knight Rider & Quantum Leap too.

Busyman
02-11-2006, 09:36 PM
Noice!!

One of my boys called and he has tickets to the Wizards/76ers game tomorrow.

I only have to pay $25 in the 100 section!!! Them shits is normally $110!!

http://www.mcicenter.com/seatview/bball/100.jpg

This is great 'cause I haven't gone to a Wizards game since last year's playoffs.:dry:

I haven't had the money.:(

Barbarossa
02-13-2006, 11:29 AM
Noice!!

One of my boys called and he has tickets to the Wizards/76ers game tomorrow.

I only have to pay $25 in the 100 section!!! Them shits is normally $110!!

http://www.mcicenter.com/seatview/bball/100.jpg

This is great 'cause I haven't gone to a Wizards game since last year's playoffs.:dry:

I haven't had the money.:(

I didn't know they had disabled access in that section :P

Busyman
02-14-2006, 03:51 AM
BULLSHIT!!!!!

The Wizards beat Philly, convincingly. However....

They were playing New Orleans/Oklahoma City tonight and were up by 19 points at the half.

The Wiz started fucking up and with 2 min left in the game were down by 3.

With 10 seconds left and down by 1, Gilbert Arenas takes a shot and misses. There's a scramble for the ball, Antawn Jamison comes up with it and shoots a great jumper leaving .5 seconds left.

DAGGER!!!

no.:dry:

N.O. calls timeout and get to take the ball out at half-court.

They pass in and....West scores at the buzzer.

How the fuck did he have time to get the ball out his hand in .5 seconds?

I'll tell you.

This was N.O.'s home court and the clock operator didn't the clock when he touched the ball.

BULLSHIT!!!!

Damn clock was stuck on .5 while he had the ball.

West did break away from the pack nicely for the shot though. He was WIDE open and had a clear shot.

What a heartbreaker. That would been have the Wizards' sixth game in a row.:(

Busyman
03-01-2006, 06:09 AM
It's a damn shame....

I've been off all this time, have a modded Xbox with 190GB of games and I've played it all of 3 times since I've been off.:(

I think it has to do with the fact that when playing a video game, you can't do anything else

I can write, check email (and be on here), and watch TV while recording music.

Pause and mute teh bestest!! I did used to play games while recording but it threw me off some. I guess it's mind numbing for creativity.:huh:

I have played shit all of God Of War and barely played GTA San Andreas.WTF!! These are supposed to be some of the best games made. (I did beat Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks, of all games. Good game but it was too easy)

No wonder I can wait for a 360.:dry:

Barbarossa
03-01-2006, 01:00 PM
This seems like the longest 8 weeks in history. :frusty:

Surely you are up and about by now? :unsure:

sArA
03-01-2006, 01:09 PM
busyman is entering the skive zone.... :lol:

Cheese
03-01-2006, 01:14 PM
I can play a game, watch a film and post on here pretty much all at the same time. But when it comes to being creative (like writing) I need perfect silence to get the best results. When I have deadlines approaching I can't play games at all, except for FM2006, and I tend to forget about all my favourite TV shows.

Busyman
03-01-2006, 01:15 PM
This seems like the longest 8 weeks in history. :frusty:

Surely you are up and about by now? :unsure:
Of course.

I'm exactly on the 7th week now.

Busyman
03-01-2006, 01:34 PM
I can play a game, watch a film and post on here pretty much all at the same time. But when it comes to being creative (like writing) I need perfect silence to get the best results. When I have deadlines approaching I can't play games at all, except for FM2006, and I tend to forget about all my favourite TV shows.
Yeah when I on here I can post a response then go back to writing all while I have music playing. I add a little to each. I wish I had ProTools.:(

I make music in a rather segmented fashion. I may start a new song and add couple parts, leave it playing while posting, add another, then switch to a new entirely new song.

With the screenplays, I may leave 3 documents up at a time (while the music is on). I do spend longer on each document when I start typing though.

With my music the shit just comes to me. Writing is slightly different.

My screenplays already have their endings. I just have to get there and make it interesting. I may want one of my characters to go off the deep end and have to get him there.

Busyman
03-01-2006, 01:35 PM
busyman is entering the skive zone.... :lol:
Wat dat mean?

MagicNakor
03-01-2006, 07:00 PM
Means you're avoiding work but still looking busy. Like surfing the net. ;)

Not that I ever do that at work.

:shuriken:

Busyman
03-01-2006, 10:47 PM
Finally got the cruise set to the Caribbean. :01:

Got an oceanview on the main deck.

Even with me paying $598 (the cruise price thru my timeshare) for me and wifey, after taxes, port fees, airfare to Miami, and shuttle to the ship port, it still runs almost 2 grand though.:dry:


So now the

Mountain cabin
The cruise
Drummer Boy in PA
are all set

The only thing left is Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia.

There I wanna go to Busch Gardens and Water Country USA since wifey has never been. While there, we'll drive to Virginia Beach which is about 45 minutes away and probably see her sisters in Norfolk. We'll probably do that twice since we have a week and no one wants to go a theme park for a week.:ermm:

Theme park
Water park
Beach
Relatives

Check. My little girl is gonna love it.:happy:

I'll probably get that set before the week is out.

manker
03-01-2006, 10:52 PM
Finally got the cruise set to the Caribbean.

...

Even with me paying $598 ... for me and wifeyFeck's sake.

It's costing me more than that to fly the two of us from Cardiff to Manchester to watch the Newcastle game next weekend - flights only :dry:

Busyman
03-01-2006, 11:00 PM
Finally got the cruise set to the Caribbean.

...

Even with me paying $598 ... for me and wifeyFeck's sake.

It's costing me more than that to fly the two of us from Cardiff to Manchester to watch the Newcastle game next weekend - flights only :dry:
How long a flight is it?

Our flight roundtrip to Miami is about $200 each.

The $598 is some special cruise exchange with my timeshare. If I were taking a week in Williamsburg, I'd just pay $89 for the week. Cruises normally cost about $1000 per person so the $299 is a huge deal even though I give up one week.

I also can take unlimited Getaways where I pay $200 for 7 days but there is a limited list of places to choose from and the list is only 60 old.

Some years ago with my ex, we went skiing in southern New York with another couple and only stayed the weekend. It was still a good deal for $200 even though we had the whole week.

Proper Bo
03-01-2006, 11:01 PM
How long a flight is it?


cardiff to manchester = about 20miles:dabs:

Busyman
03-01-2006, 11:10 PM
How long a flight is it?


cardiff to manchester = about 20miles:dabs:
eh? Sounds like a manky rodoff then.:huh:

manker
03-01-2006, 11:13 PM
Feck's sake.

It's costing me more than that to fly the two of us from Cardiff to Manchester to watch the Newcastle game next weekend - flights only :dry:
How long a flight is it?

Our flight roundtrip to Miami is about $200 each.

The $598 is some special cruise exchange with my timeshare. If I were taking a week in Williamsburg, I'd just pay $89 for the week. Cruises normally cost about $1000 per person so the $299 is a huge deal even though I give up one week.

I also can take unlimited Getaways where I pay $200 for 7 days but there is a limited list of places to choose from and the list is only 60 old.

Some years ago with my ex, we went skiing in southern New York with another couple and only stayed the weekend. It was still a good deal for $200 even though we had the whole week.I'm making fun of the exchange rate.

Rodding, if you will :dabs:

Busyman
03-02-2006, 01:50 AM
How long a flight is it?

Our flight roundtrip to Miami is about $200 each.

The $598 is some special cruise exchange with my timeshare. If I were taking a week in Williamsburg, I'd just pay $89 for the week. Cruises normally cost about $1000 per person so the $299 is a huge deal even though I give up one week.

I also can take unlimited Getaways where I pay $200 for 7 days but there is a limited list of places to choose from and the list is only 60 old.

Some years ago with my ex, we went skiing in southern New York with another couple and only stayed the weekend. It was still a good deal for $200 even though we had the whole week.I'm making fun of the exchange rate.

Rodding, if you will :dabs:
Makes sense.:happy:

Carcinus
03-02-2006, 01:53 AM
How long a flight is it?

Our flight roundtrip to Miami is about $200 each.

The $598 is some special cruise exchange with my timeshare. If I were taking a week in Williamsburg, I'd just pay $89 for the week. Cruises normally cost about $1000 per person so the $299 is a huge deal even though I give up one week.

I also can take unlimited Getaways where I pay $200 for 7 days but there is a limited list of places to choose from and the list is only 60 old.

Some years ago with my ex, we went skiing in southern New York with another couple and only stayed the weekend. It was still a good deal for $200 even though we had the whole week.I'm making fun of the exchange rate.

Rodding, if you will :dabs:


Merkins get cheap travel. Coz they seat them in the "special" seats.

Proper Bo
03-02-2006, 01:55 AM
cawk-in-us:lol:

Busyman
03-02-2006, 01:57 AM
I'm making fun of the exchange rate.

Rodding, if you will :dabs:


Merkins get cheap travel. Coz they seat them in the "special" seats.
First-class.

Busyman
03-02-2006, 01:57 AM
cawk-in-us:lol:
:lol: :lol: :lol:

Proper Bo
03-02-2006, 02:00 AM
cawk-in-us:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

:no:

Carcinus
03-02-2006, 02:01 AM
cawk-in-us:lol:
:lol: :lol: :lol:

Trust the merkin to pick up on cheap jokes. :lol:

manker
03-02-2006, 02:01 AM
Sup.

manker
03-02-2006, 02:03 AM
:lol: :lol: :lol:

Trust the merkin to pick up on cheap jokes. :lol:Hello, seck sea.

DId you know it weas Dave's bday. We're on msn if you fancy a chat.

Carcinus
03-02-2006, 02:05 AM
Am logged on already!

manker
03-02-2006, 02:06 AM
Just realised I don't know your ID *dabs

I'll clicky that link thing.

manker
03-02-2006, 02:09 AM
Am logged on already!Lies!

Carcinus
03-02-2006, 02:11 AM
Am logged on already!Lies!

Sorry, just checked. Should be now! (Stoopid crap wireless networks)

Busyman
03-02-2006, 02:11 AM
:lol: :lol: :lol:

Trust the merkin to pick up on cheap jokes. :lol:
Trust the brat to make them.

Carcinus
03-02-2006, 02:14 AM
Trust the merkin to pick up on cheap jokes. :lol:
Trust the brat to make them.


What's a brat deary? Is this one of those "Takes one to know one" retorts?

If so...:lol:

Proper Bo
03-02-2006, 02:26 AM
Trust the merkin to pick up on cheap jokes. :lol: Trust the brat to make them.

I hope you enjoyed my busy-style hilarious name change skills:smilie4:

Busyman
03-02-2006, 02:30 AM
Trust the brat to make them.


What's a brat deary? Is this one of those "Takes one to know one" retorts?

If so...:lol:
What's a merkin?

Proper Bo
03-02-2006, 02:36 AM
What's a brat deary? Is this one of those "Takes one to know one" retorts?

If so...:lol: What's a merkin?

a pubic wig:dabs:

Busyman
03-02-2006, 02:37 AM
What's a merkin?

a pubic wig:dabs:
Well there. It's settled.

Busyman
03-02-2006, 08:11 PM
Oh jeeeez.

I just watched XXX: State Of The Union and while the fights and explosions were somewhat entertaining this movie was a piece o shit.

Talk about a cliched "eeww put an explosion there", "when he falls in the water make the train almost land on him", "get a group of street hoods rescue the President by blowing up the Capitol", "drive the hot sports car on the train tracks",

I'ma look this director Lee Tamahori to see what he's done before. This movie had to have huuuuuge budget and it was so uninsprired.

What a waste. It took me 3 days to watch this movie due to waning interest.:angry:

Fuck, now I'm gonna watch Hotel Rwanda.:dry:

edit: I see Lee isn't too bad. He did have the most over-the-top Bond movie, Die Another Day, under his belt.

He also did Mulholland Falls, Along Came A Spider, and The Edge...all decent movies.

He gets a rip for this movie although it seems the shit writing played a horrible role in it's direction and acting.

Spider_dude
03-03-2006, 06:46 PM
plus ice cube has 2 facial expressions, both involve him lifting an eyebrow.

JPaul
03-03-2006, 07:31 PM
plus ice cube has 2 facial expressions, both involve him lifting an eyebrow.
He actually had an eyebrow transplant to allow him to do that. Fact.