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re: What color is this dress? - Peazey
[quote]I've also noticed that the "29" circle has hidden numbers in it. I think it can also be a 78 if you look at the darker greens.[/quote] Huh. The 74 can also look like a 71....


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re: What color is this dress? - Peazey
The last three are hard. The second to last one is 45. I see lines in the other two, but I can't make a number out of them. I'm not sure if it's a fricked up 82 in one of them....


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re: What color is this dress? - Peazey
Because of the picture quality it could maybe be seen as white in low light instead of blue I guess. There could also be some lighting affect with the black/brown/gold, but I think that's pushing it a little. I think it's definitely a lighter color than black....


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re: What color is this dress? - Peazey
It's kind of a rusty shade of brown and blue. Picture quality kind of sucks though....


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re: Yes or No: Would you pay to see a movie exclusively featuring Tyrone Biggums? - Peazey
It wouldn't be the greatest moment in cinema history or anything, but I would be rolling....


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re: Yes or No: Would you pay to see a movie exclusively featuring Tyrone Biggums? - Peazey
Hell yes I would. Is this the five o'clock free crack give away? My feet are strong, Joe Rogan....


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re: Greg Hardy was only Panther to show up to funeral for Deangelo Williams' mother - Peazey
The point is it's a personal matter. If he has friends with the team then I would expect that they would go, but not going is on a personal level on them. It's probably just a nice and thoughful sentiment that you would go to a funeral for the family of a coworker who you don't even know. I wouldn't...


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re: Greg Hardy was only Panther to show up to funeral for Deangelo Williams' mother - Peazey
[quote]Nice try. He spent 9 years with the organization [/quote] Right. I already recognized that. Were all of his teammates also on the team for 9 years? :thup: ...


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re: Greg Hardy was only Panther to show up to funeral for Deangelo Williams' mother - Peazey
[quote]ANd that was a law firm,[/quote] Small law firm? People who had known each other for a while and developed relationships? [quote]not a professional team where the players shed blood and sweat for each other and depend on teamwork for success. [/quote] Probably a blown up sentiment. ...


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re: Greg Hardy was only Panther to show up to funeral for Deangelo Williams' mother - Peazey
Are you saying that you go to or are even aware of all of your coworker's or employee's personal events?...


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re: Greg Hardy was only Panther to show up to funeral for Deangelo Williams' mother - Peazey
I don't know. I don't see this as that big of a deal. I wouldn't expect any of my coworkers to come to any of my family member's funerals, unless I happened to be particularly close with an individual....


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re: About to watch "City of God" for the first time with the wife... - Peazey
[quote] maybe it didn't live up to the hype of some posters. [/quote] Movies that get hyped up to you never live up to it. I think this is more a statement of how going into a movie with expectations can ruin the experience. I think it's a great movie in the upper echelon of quality, and a lot...


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re: Are frog legs considered meat? - Peazey
I think we're going to need to get a priest in here to accurately answer this question. Here is an article from last year that I found on nola.com. [link=(http://www.nola.com/community/st-tammany/index.ssf/2014/05/frog_legs_friday_rethinking_le.html)]LINK[/link] [quote]The Code of the Canon...


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re: Would any of you harm others to gain wealth and power? - Peazey
Let me incriminate myself real quick on this lovely Sunday morning....


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re: Most famous/memorable/iconic moment in Human History? - Peazey
The guy uses the fact that the NASA program achieved so much in so little time as a mark against how impressive it truly is. He completely disregards the possibilitye of some kind of advancement in space travel. As if these things need to happen on a scale of decades to be possible. He works with in...


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re: Most famous/memorable/iconic moment in Human History? - Peazey
You treat your own speculation and opinion as fact. It's abrasive....


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re: Most famous/memorable/iconic moment in Human History? - Peazey
:lol: Fair enough. It's like the opening scene in 2001....


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re: Most famous/memorable/iconic moment in Human History? - Peazey
Whichever. It's really important. I just think it's outside the scope of this topic. There isn't some "famous/memorable/iconic moment" that you can point to....


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re: Most famous/memorable/iconic moment in Human History? - Peazey
Tools were definitely incredibly important the development of humanity. I just don't think it qualifies as a historical moment. It's prehistoric and impossible to pinpoint the exact moment when the first probably not even really human ancestor of man decided to use a rock to bash open some nuts or w...


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re: Most famous/memorable/iconic moment in Human History? - Peazey
[quote]Landing on the moon is cool, but what did it really change? How did it impact our lives? [/quote] I think we're going to have to give that one more time for humanity to see how it plays out. If space exploration ever becomes more feasible and a serious endeavor then it will have been huge ...


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