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  • Welcome to Chicago!!! :P -- Comicality, 15:21:39 08/09/23 Wed

    Hehehe, it's almost time! A close friend of mine from our Shack family here online is coming all the way from Canada to visit Chicago for the very first time! And while I wish I could be there with you, dude...I want to extend a hearty welcome regardless! :D

    Now, you did have some questions, and I hope the following videos will help! Naturally, as a big fan of "GFD", Navy Pier is a must, but there's much more to see in terms of where to eat and stuff! Trust me...you are going to love it soooo much! My cousin went to visit last year, just to see what all the fuss was about...and he LIVES there now! Just packed his shit up and moved there after just ONE visit!

    What will happen when you go? ::Giggles:: Have fun!

    (And the boys...oh my, the boys!)

    Let's start here...

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  • Wait! Wait, wait! WAIT! -- TurtleBoy, 00:49:50 08/09/23 Wed
    I'm old.

    I remember this kid all over the net back in the day. Even if you're not as old as me, you've probably seen the meme:

    Well it seems he's all grown up now, and Paramount tracked him down to help make an ad for their new Ninja Turtles movie:

    WTF, time? Why you do me like that?

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  • ~ ~ ~ Monday Movie Matinee ~ ~ ~ -- Comicality, 11:57:17 08/07/23 Mon

    With all that’s going on in today’s climate, this week’s 3M seems like it’s needed right now!

    ”A Time To Kill"


    You know...sometimes when you commit a ton of crimes because you’re a bastard with no conscience...you eventually end up paying for it. You can’t talk your way out of it, buy your way out of it, and you sure as hell can’t THREATEN your way out of it! Nobody’s scared of you. Coward.

    Anyway, that being said, this movie is amazing! Hehehe! Even if it’s a bit difficult to watch in some places, it truly exposes this whole ‘court of public opinion’ bullshit on display. When a couple of truly evil scumbags roll through town causing trouble for everyone around them, because...racist...they eventually screw up and pick on the wrong little girl. And in a town where nobody is expecting them to get what they deserve for it due to a corrupt system and jury...the father makes sure that their karma comes for them before they even make it to court.

    And people shout and whine and cry and try intimidate the witnesses, lawyers, and anyone on his side while he awaits his murder trial...a couple of brave souls stand up to defend him. Which won’t be easy at all.

    Very cool movie, star studded cast, and some heart as well. Definitely check it out. Just remember that karma never loses an address, and it might just deter you from being an asshole!

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  • Family tree genealogy... -- Mike, 10:29:04 08/02/23 Wed

    I'm currently working on my own genealogy. It's actually quite addictive once you begin. I wasn't even that interested in it to begin with, but it's like trying to sort a puzzle, with all these names of long deceased ancestors they throw up at you, and trying to figure out if the dates/locations/children match up with other members.

    I took one of those DNA swabs recently, and with the service it gave me 3 months access to their huge database full of old records with millions of our ancestors (birth/marriage/debt/death records). So I've been building up my tree on that. I've got eight generations back on one or two branches so far.

    I was only interested in finding out what migratory path my particular distant ancestors took out of East Africa and through Europe to settle in England. But the family tree stuff came with it, so I decided to give it a go, and now I can't get away, lol.

    I've managed to get back to the mid 1700s so far, on several branches. My mother's paternal side a century further back than that. And the further back you go, the more the tree splits. 4 grandparents. 8 great-grandparents, and so on.

    The only branch I'm struggling on is my maternal great-grandmother's. It's like she appeared out of nowhere.... Maybe she's an alien. :o

    Has anyone else done anything like this? And did you discover any surprises?

    I suspect when I have my DNA analysed (it's being processed right now) it'll throw up some. This thing's especially useful if you were adopted and want to research your family history, but you need to be OK with having your DNA tested and compared on their database with other members (there's about 25 million on there from all over the globe). You can stay anonymous. But it'll throw up things like cousins, second, third, fourth cousins and so forth. My DNA's already out there on at least one server, so it made no difference to me.

    Fascinating stuff. Anyway, hope you're all enjoying your summer. :D

    And if you want to know more about this, feel free to ask away, below.

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