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That you're crazy. XD

Oblivion or Skyrim?
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I don't know yet... I want to beat Oblivion before I start on Skyrim...
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I stand corrected on the whole jaw-drop thing related to BSG. I had one on the last episode of season 3.
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The scene where Tyrol, Foster, Tigh, and Anders hear that music and speak the lines to "All Along the Watchtower". I had heard the music and said "Hey, that kinda sounds like All Along the Watchtower, and then Galen says "There must be some way outta here", and when Saul said "Said the Joker to the Thief" I was like "No...no fraking way."
Yeah. XD

I'm currently torn on how I am going to get season 4. I can get it on DVD or Blu-Ray for about the same price...any experience with one of the other that makes one superior?
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ArcticFox wrote:I don't know yet... I want to beat Oblivion before I start on Skyrim...
I'm debating back and forth on whether or not to get Oblivion for teh Box, or just wait for Skyrim...I didna particualrly enjoy it on the compy, but it wasna that great of a compy. I actually played "Oldblivion". It was also the game that started my GPU meltdown. XD

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Deepfreeze32 wrote:I stand corrected on the whole jaw-drop thing related to BSG. I had one on the last episode of season 3.
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The scene where Tyrol, Foster, Tigh, and Anders hear that music and speak the lines to "All Along the Watchtower". I had heard the music and said "Hey, that kinda sounds like All Along the Watchtower, and then Galen says "There must be some way outta here", and when Saul said "Said the Joker to the Thief" I was like "No...no fraking way."
INORITE?!?!?!?!?!?!

And just wait. You'll hear that song again...
Deepfreeze32 wrote: Yeah. XD

I'm currently torn on how I am going to get season 4. I can get it on DVD or Blu-Ray for about the same price...any experience with one of the other that makes one superior?
Well if they're the same price and if you have a Blu-Ray I guess you may as well get the latest tech. Personally I'm satisfied with the picture on regular so I haven't bought a Blu-Ray player yet.

I assume I will eventually. *sigh*
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Yeah, I found out that it was $20 for Season 4 on Blu-Ray. The whole package. Remember that.

It was $20 for part 1 on DVD, and $20 for part 2 on DVD. Guess which one I picked? :P

Did you ever take an electronics course or two in college? I'm about to start one here, and it's kinda terrifying me. Analog circuits do not sound like fun.
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Gonna guess the Blu-Ray...

I took a course in system architecture, that worked from the transistor level up to the instruction level. Electronics more broadly I studies in auto tech school, ironically.
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getting any sleep lately?
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Actually I am... I sleep like a corpse. That makes me feel badly for my wife who's a light sleeper anyway but since she's breastfeeding there's no choice in who has to get up. I do stay up with her when she has to be up late and if I do somehow wake up I get up with her to keep her company, so I am getting SOME sleep. Just not really enough...
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Why you no answer my question, punk?
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Uh.... uh... can I plead "new baby in the house" as an excuse?

(My bad... srsly. I thought I had.)
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New babiez are not an valid excuse. What do you think this is, Jeopardy?

Diesel or regular?
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It can't be... otherwise you'd give the answer and I'd try to guess the question...

Regular, plz.
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That wasn't in the form of a question.

Why do they do that anyway?
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Because without that little quirk Jeopardy would be exactly as boring as every other quiz show.
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