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Topic by: Battie
Posted: July 21, 2007 - 11:50 AM PDT
Last Reply: December 4, 2007 - 7:19 PM PST

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woozy
post #41  on September 10, 2007 - 1:59 PM PDT  
> On September 10, 2007 - 1:56 PM PDT NLee wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> > On September 10, 2007 - 10:19 AM PDT Battie wrote:
> > ---------------------------------
> > Correction: Though I AM tempted by the Intel core *2* duos. After all, the processor I'm running this machine off of had BENT pins at one point (though they certainly straightened out fine) and it *is* working! That is sexy!
> > ---------------------------------
>
> Battie, stop it! You are totaly destroying your 'dumb blond' image I have in my head.
>
> ---------------------------------

Battie, keep it up! You're cultivating a 'smart blonde in glasses' image in my head and it's really hot.

artifex
post #42  on September 10, 2007 - 2:06 PM PDT  
> On September 10, 2007 - 10:17 AM PDT Battie wrote:

> Rich-ish. I don't even know what quince is and I've never had lamb (and probably never will). I doubt lamb is available in any of the stores around here. I'd probably have to go into downtown Dallas or north Dallas to find some. ._.

Lebanese food in Richardson isn't too expensive. Greeks do it, too. Basically any ethnic food sourced from around the Mediterranean, though Italians don't do it as much.
woozy
post #43  on September 10, 2007 - 2:24 PM PDT  
> On September 10, 2007 - 2:06 PM PDT artifex wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> > On September 10, 2007 - 10:17 AM PDT Battie wrote:
>
> Lebanese food in Richardson isn't too expensive. Greeks do it, too. Basically any ethnic food sourced from around the Mediterranean, though Italians don't do it as much.
> ---------------------------------

This recipe (Lamb stew spiced with cinamon, honey, and cayenne pepper garnished with carmelized quince over couscous) was clearly mediterranean based. Um, Greeks do what too? Use lamb as a staple?

Battie
post #44  on September 10, 2007 - 3:25 PM PDT  
> On September 10, 2007 - 1:59 PM PDT woozy wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> > On September 10, 2007 - 1:56 PM PDT NLee wrote:
> > ---------------------------------
> > Battie, stop it! You are totaly destroying your 'dumb blond' image I have in my head.
> >

Teeheehee. X)

I *am* becoming, over time, an uber-geek. ._.

> > ---------------------------------
>
> Battie, keep it up! You're cultivating a 'smart blonde in glasses' image in my head and it's really hot.
> ---------------------------------

I'm actually wearing glasses right now. XD


My brother came for a visit today...and took home Patches. WOO! I'll miss the lil bugger, but damn...too many cats.
Battie
post #45  on September 10, 2007 - 3:27 PM PDT  
> On September 10, 2007 - 2:06 PM PDT artifex wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> Lebanese food in Richardson isn't too expensive. Greeks do it, too. Basically any ethnic food sourced from around the Mediterranean, though Italians don't do it as much.
> ---------------------------------

I consider Richardson to be North Dallas. Ish. X) Basically, I live right along the Kaufman county line (our side of the line recently paved the service roads...but the roads that need it the most are in Kaufman, so no paving). It's a long drive for anything that isn't 'standard.'

Then again, I've never really checked for lamb. But I think I'd have noticed.
woozy
post #46  on September 10, 2007 - 3:47 PM PDT  
> On September 10, 2007 - 3:27 PM PDT Battie wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> Then again, I've never really checked for lamb. But I think I'd have noticed.
> ---------------------------------


It's not like lamb is *weird* or anything. Then again, you are living in a very anti-weird place. Do you have avocados? I figure lamb and avocodos have equal weirdness factor.

So, you've never had a Gyro? Or a lamb pita? Or a roast leg of lamb with mint sauce?
Battie
post #47  on September 10, 2007 - 8:49 PM PDT  
> On September 10, 2007 - 3:47 PM PDT woozy wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> It's not like lamb is *weird* or anything. Then again, you are living in a very anti-weird place. Do you have avocados? I figure lamb and avocodos have equal weirdness factor.
>

Of course we have acocados. Guacamole! This is Texas, after all.

> So, you've never had a Gyro? Or a lamb pita? Or a roast leg of lamb with mint sauce?
>
> ---------------------------------

I've never had anything but beef, fish, chicken, turkey and pork. Mind, I think I've had the opportunity to eat deer before and refused. :P
woozy
post #48  on September 10, 2007 - 9:58 PM PDT  
> On September 10, 2007 - 8:49 PM PDT Battie wrote:
> ---------------------------------
>
> Of course we have acocados. Guacamole! This is Texas, after all.
>
I know! But lamb isn't weird!!!!

> I've never had anything but beef, fish, chicken, turkey and pork.

No shellfish? Lobster? Crab?

>Mind, I think I've had the opportunity to eat deer before and refused. :P
> ---------------------------------

I've never had venison either. I've had kangaroo once. I don't know whether I didn't like it or whether I didn't like the mulberry sauce it was cooked in. I'll have to try it again. I had a plate with kangaroo, crocodile, and beef, and pork medalions but I didn't know which was which so I can't claim any great familiarity with kangaroo or crocodile. I had ostrich just once and I was underwhelmed.

I had conch once. I'm embarassed to say I thought it was disgusting. I'm embarrassed to say the one time I had sea urchin I felt the same.

IronS once asked me if I'd ever had sea cucumber and I embarassedly said I was a bit afraid of it and she assured me it was like jelly-fish and was surprised when I admitted I'd never had jelly-fish. She asked me what was the most exotic thing I'd ever eaten. Embarrassing! I shuffled my feet and realized I've never really eaten anything *that* exotic. "Um, Lamb?"

Pathetic.

Battie
post #49  on September 10, 2007 - 10:58 PM PDT  
> On September 10, 2007 - 9:58 PM PDT woozy wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> I know! But lamb isn't weird!!!!
>

In Texas it is. You forget our cattle heritage.

> No shellfish? Lobster? Crab?
>

Had crab once. It made me vilely ill. I won't go near shellfish now. Heh, and I caught crawdads once but set them free rather than let someone cook 'em. X)

> I've never had venison either. I've had kangaroo once. I don't know whether I didn't like it or whether I didn't like the mulberry sauce it was cooked in. I'll have to try it again. I had a plate with kangaroo, crocodile, and beef, and pork medalions but I didn't know which was which so I can't claim any great familiarity with kangaroo or crocodile. I had ostrich just once and I was underwhelmed.
>

....Rich. Who the hell can afford crocodile? I didn't even know they'd serve it!

> I had conch once. I'm embarassed to say I thought it was disgusting. I'm embarrassed to say the one time I had sea urchin I felt the same.
>

...Again.

> IronS once asked me if I'd ever had sea cucumber and I embarassedly said I was a bit afraid of it and she assured me it was like jelly-fish and was surprised when I admitted I'd never had jelly-fish. She asked me what was the most exotic thing I'd ever eaten. Embarrassing! I shuffled my feet and realized I've never really eaten anything *that* exotic. "Um, Lamb?"
>
> Pathetic.
> ---------------------------------

Riiight. Think I'll still to my simple Southern food. >_>

Catfish is as exotic as I get.
woozy
post #50  on September 11, 2007 - 12:08 AM PDT  
> On September 10, 2007 - 10:58 PM PDT Battie wrote:
> ---------------------------------
>
> Had crab once. It made me vilely ill. I won't go near shellfish now. Heh, and I caught crawdads once but set them free rather than let someone cook 'em. X)
>
Crab allergies do exist...

> ....Rich. Who the hell can afford crocodile? I didn't even know they'd serve it!
>
You can get Alligator at restaurants in Florida and Louisiana. I had crocodile on a trip to Australia five years ago. It wasn't expensive. Kangaroo was cheaper than beef. Crocodile was probably a little more expensive but not significantly.

> > I had conch once. I'm embarassed to say I thought it was disgusting. I'm embarrassed to say the one time I had sea urchin I felt the same.
> >
>
> ...Again.
>
Not rich!!! Definately not rich! You can get sea urchin at most good sushi restaurants. It's more expensive than the California rolls but not out of the range of the average person. I had Conch at a carribean restaurant. Pricey but not as pricey as Lobster which most people can afford to eat once or twice in their lifes. That it had the texture of salted slugs and tasted like ... well, I don't know, I couldn't get over my revulsion at the texture. The sea urchin tasted like bilge sewage. It's possible that it was bad sea urchin. I did by it from one of the cheaper sushi restaurants.

>
> Riiight. Think I'll still to my simple Southern food. >_>
>
> Catfish is as exotic as I get.
> ---------------------------------

I've never had catfish. The whiskers, the lips, and their pasty looks kind of freak me out.

I have had cuttlefish. Dried and sugar coated and packed in a plastic bag available is a china-town shop. It was okay. A bit like those "candy bacon" candy strips. I liked it for a while but the sugar got cloying and I couldn't eat more than a few. If it hadn't been sugar coated I could have eaten more.

Octopus is tasty but a bit gummy. But I don't eat octopus because I think octopus are too smart. I don't have many animal rights feeling about eating food but I figured octopus were probably in the intelligence range to be immoral to eat. And veal is in the cruelty range. They say pigs are smarter than dogs but I'm not sure I believe that and I haven't decided if dogs are in the intelligence range. Apes and humans are and even if monkeys aren't they *look* too damn much like us.

Fortunately octopus and veal are the only two I've been in a position to make such a verdict.

IronS won't eat cuttlefish because she had a conversation with one once, and she won't eat animals that can talk to her.


Battie
post #51  on September 11, 2007 - 2:42 AM PDT  
> On September 11, 2007 - 12:08 AM PDT woozy wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> Crab allergies do exist...
>

A) could've just been bad crab. I didn't break out in a rash, just threw up all night. And B) I didn't like the taste anyway.

Then again, that was the same night I ended up with a rabies shot and meds, so for all I know, the puking was unrelated to the crab.

> You can get Alligator at restaurants in Florida and Louisiana. I had crocodile on a trip to Australia five years ago. It wasn't expensive. Kangaroo was cheaper than beef. Crocodile was probably a little more expensive but not significantly.
>

A) In Florida and Louisana. B) AUSTRALIA. As if I'll have the cash to go in the next ten years.

> >
> Not rich!!! Definately not rich! You can get sea urchin at most good sushi restaurants. It's more expensive than the California rolls but not out of the range of the average person. I had Conch at a carribean restaurant. Pricey but not as pricey as Lobster which most people can afford to eat once or twice in their lifes. That it had the texture of salted slugs and tasted like ... well, I don't know, I couldn't get over my revulsion at the texture. The sea urchin tasted like bilge sewage. It's possible that it was bad sea urchin. I did by it from one of the cheaper sushi restaurants.
>

A) I'll buy the excuse this time. B) EWWWWWWW.

>
> I've never had catfish. The whiskers, the lips, and their pasty looks kind of freak me out.
>

Catfish is actually pretty damn good. Which is strange because I never opt to eat catfish. I think my issue lies with the breading that is common here.

I may ask my grandmother to bring home a catfish dinner tonight. She'd dig it.

Wait...the local catfish place closed down! NOOOO!

We had a catfish joint before any other sit-down restuarant. Shows you how popular the fish used to be. :P

> I have had cuttlefish. Dried and sugar coated and packed in a plastic bag available is a china-town shop. It was okay. A bit like those "candy bacon" candy strips. I liked it for a while but the sugar got cloying and I couldn't eat more than a few. If it hadn't been sugar coated I could have eaten more.
>

EWWWW!

> Octopus is tasty but a bit gummy. But I don't eat octopus because I think octopus are too smart. I don't have many animal rights feeling about eating food but I figured octopus were probably in the intelligence range to be immoral to eat. And veal is in the cruelty range. They say pigs are smarter than dogs but I'm not sure I believe that and I haven't decided if dogs are in the intelligence range. Apes and humans are and even if monkeys aren't they *look* too damn much like us.
>

I refuse to eat things with tentacles. Hentai is one thing. My stomach is another. I'd eat venison, maybe. But not necessarily by choice. (If I were at someone's house for dinner, and they were serving venison, out of politeness and hunger, I'd probably try to eat it.)

> Fortunately octopus and veal are the only two I've been in a position to make such a verdict.
>

Octopus...you are one strange dude.

> IronS won't eat cuttlefish because she had a conversation with one once, and she won't eat animals that can talk to her.
> ---------------------------------

.... O_.
woozy
post #52  on September 11, 2007 - 4:51 AM PDT  
> On September 11, 2007 - 2:42 AM PDT Battie wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> > On September 11, 2007 - 12:08 AM PDT woozy wrote:
> > ---------------------------------
>
>
> A) In Florida and Louisana. B) AUSTRALIA. As if I'll have the cash to go in the next ten years.
>
Yes, well I was more than ten years older than you are now when I went to Australia.

Never been to florida and if I've ever been to Louisiana it would have been in '65.

I'll try catfish one of this days. Maybe if I ever go to france I'll try songbird.


> > I have had cuttlefish. Dried and sugar coated and packed in a plastic bag available is a china-town shop. It was okay. A bit like those "candy bacon" candy strips. I liked it for a while but the sugar got cloying and I couldn't eat more than a few. If it hadn't been sugar coated I could have eaten more.
> >
>
> EWWWW!
>
It wasn't bad. Just not to my westerner taste as to what is and isn't supposed to be sweet. Actually I think it was the combination of red chili flakes and sugar that did me in.

> >
>
> I refuse to eat things with tentacles. Hentai is one thing. My stomach is another.

There's a place in Los Angeles that serves live octopus (not quite accurate as it's actually in its death throws having had its head cut off thirty seconds before being served). It actually sounds pretty good and I may have to try it next time I'm down there.

You have to be carefull to chew thouroughly as people have died eating this dish when tentacles cling to the the inside of the diners' throats choking them to death.

> Octopus...you are one strange dude.
>
Not really. Greek salad and sushi frequently feature octopus. Greek salad with octopus is terrific.

As for tentacle, calamari is marvelous. It's been overdone but I'm not sure I'll ever tire of fried calamari especially when it's fresh. Mmmmm, tender tentacles.

Actually, road-kill rattlesnake is pretty popular about 80 miles south of here. I'll pass but I'd like to try the vietnamese viper heart where they kill the cobra at your table and you eat the heart still beating. But that's very expensive.
Battie
post #53  on September 14, 2007 - 7:48 PM PDT  
So anyway...my little brother took Patches home. And about two days later, something outside killed him.

Three out of four kittens. ._.
woozy
post #54  on September 15, 2007 - 12:54 AM PDT  
> On September 14, 2007 - 7:48 PM PDT Battie wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> So anyway...my little brother took Patches home. And about two days later, something outside killed him.
>
> Three out of four kittens. ._.
> ---------------------------------

Fucking HELL!!!!!

Gad, I'm so upset. Take *really* good care of Freckle. We need her to survive.

Battie
post #55  on September 15, 2007 - 12:48 PM PDT  
> On September 15, 2007 - 12:54 AM PDT woozy wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> Fucking HELL!!!!!
>
> Gad, I'm so upset. Take *really* good care of Freckle. We need her to survive.
>
>
> ---------------------------------

It was probably a tomcat. Anything else would've eaten him. *shrug* My brother is fairly upset. My grandmother offered to take Freckle for her shots and spaying, then give her to him. He still wants a kitten, though this time he said he'll make it a housecat. He's too freaked out to have an outside cat. I think he ought to just wait till Stormy gives birth again because A) Freckle is a complete nut and just a little wild, B) she reacted really badly when he tried to pet her, and C) a small kitten would adapt better to him and becoming an inside cat.

But I won't protest if he ends up taking Freckle. She's a sweet thing, but I stopped being really attached to the kittens after LM died. *sigh* Only reason I'm not *really* upset right now.

Freckle is a complete nut. She runs into the house every time we open the door. And if I go over to her, she'll often flop onto her side and start purring. I think it's the thrill of the forbidden for her. :P
woozy
post #56  on September 15, 2007 - 1:12 PM PDT  
> On September 15, 2007 - 12:48 PM PDT Battie wrote:
> ---------------------------------
>
> Freckle is a complete nut. She runs into the house every time we open the door. And if I go over to her, she'll often flop onto her side and start purring. I think it's the thrill of the forbidden for her. :P
> ---------------------------------

Bit like my Rosie in her young days. I'd call her a slut except its really she's exceedingly attention-starved. She'll roll herself and rub against anything. She'll put her head to the floor and push against it as though she's hoping the floor will pet her back and then she'll sort of flop onto her back. I've been toying with trying to teach her summersaults.

Well, you'll meet her when you come out here and spend two weeks on my couch. (I'll feed you leg of lamb and quince stuffed calamari and we'll watch anime. Or was that shiori I made that offer to?)

If the new litter starts dieing I may have to drive out there and steal them from you.

Battie
post #57  on September 17, 2007 - 7:16 AM PDT  
I am becoming increasingly dissatisfied and actually quite angry with Ubuntu.

#1: Since I haven't gotten the small hd yet to install a Windows OS on yet, I still have missing data.
#2: Still no help from Ubuntu's forums on my sound issue.
#3: Part of my frustration with my 450mhz processor was that it couldn't handle .mkv files. Apparently, neither can Ubuntu. Whenever I play them in VLC (the least heavy-on-processor/ram video player), it skips entire frames, even with VLC at Very High Priority. In Totem, I get jerkiness and some weird green in the background. Possibly a video driver problem, but I don't care. I never had a problem in XP like this.
#4: Uses large amounts of Virtual Memory that puts XP to shame. Even XP running under Style XP.
#5: Whenever downloading a large file in IRC, I have problems. xChat will freeze altogether, while mIRC under Wine does a damn good job of faking it. And it's not a download speed vs. save speed issue as it happens pretty much as soon as the download begins, before it even has time to hit speeds over 20 KB/s.
#6: uTorrent, which still beats out Linux's competing torrent clients for its light resource usage, now has a drag-and-drop problem, which is my fault. In other words, I can't. But no matter how many times I uninstall Wine, delete Wine folders, etc...the problem will not correct itself.
#7: Winrar will not install under Wine. And frankly, the Ubuntu unrar program sucks beyond belief thanks to how long it takes to read an archive and/or extract a file.
#8: Still no Microsoft Reader.
#9: Open Office still sucks mightly, even under a 2.7ghz processor.
#10: Give me some time, I'll find another problem.

Overall, I'm thinking about just formating this HD and installing XP on it. Screw dual-booting. Ubuntu doesn't seem worth the trouble anymore. No amount of pretty programs and customizable panels are worth the headaches I've been having with this OS.

And anyone who thinks Linux still blows Windows away can bite me. :) Maybe in another 2-5 years it might actually be ready for public use, but for now...it's just for OS snobs. (No offense, you OS snobs. XD)

*sigh* I hate installing Windows.
woozy
post #58  on September 18, 2007 - 2:11 PM PDT  
Well, off topic but frustrating.

So I'm trying to write a knock-knock server (which is just practice to write a game server-- not going to tell you what game but it's silly and simple and I'm doing it for practice only but ... well, I still don't want to leak it yet). Wrote in Java without much trouble. Unfortunately as I don't have a dedicated web server (my ISP charges $174.95/month for that) I can't run Java servers.

S'Okay. I can write it in PHP. PHP documents about I/O sockets are rarer and a *lot* scantier but they do exist. Took me a *lot* of trouble-shooting to get something going. It's a lot hackier looking and I don't feel very safe with it but I eventually got it.

But PHP doesn't do threads. That is I can only make it so only one person can use it at a time. Kinda defeats the purpose of a game server doesn't it? There are was to work around it but the are very innefficient and tend to hang and crash after a few uses. (Like the internet is blazingly efficient and smooth to begin with.) Better to use Java, or Python, or Perl and CGI.

Well, my ISP doesn't allow Java. I don't know Python. Gad it's been ages since I've done anything serious in Perl. (Actually, my perl skills used to be excellent but since using PHP so much I've lost my touch.) So I've got to redo the whole server again. Of course, I need to test it on my local machine first. Means I've got to find and install and configure a perl for windows applications.

Arggh! Back to drawing board. Back to drawing board. Ick! I'm sick of Back to drawing board.
woozy
post #59  on September 22, 2007 - 8:50 PM PDT  
.Sigh.

Hi Battie, Hi Cugat.

Do either of you know anything about TCP ports and web hosting services and VPS?

I wrote a really cute little on-line game application and it never occured to me my web hosting service wouldn't allow me to run it. It makes sense that I can't configure a server to open ports on a server I shared with others and only pay a medium ammount for. But, sheesh, they don't have to act like I asked for them to chop up an elephant and serve it with vinegar. I mean billions of web sites have server apps, why should I assume this is way above and beyond the call for vanilla hosting services?

So someone suggest I get VPS for about $20 a month. I'm currently paying $14.95. To get a dedicated server, it'd be $174.95 a month.

Sigh. I miss my university job days where the server was a huge honkin' machine just sitting there and I could do whatever I wanted directly on it.
Battie
post #60  on October 12, 2007 - 12:04 AM PDT  
So I ended up getting MPlayer, which works a lot better with .mkv files than Totem or VLC. However, it's still sending my CPU to 100% usage. *shrug* But since play-back is mostly fine on most videos, I'm cool with it. Even with the weird bugs that pop in and out.

So anyway...I was outside with Stormy and Freckle. Stormy was being unusually affectionate (rubbing against my legs, etc). Then she turned around and I saw what looked like blood around her you-know-what.

Me: "Aw, crap."
Gran: "What?"
Me: *picked up Stormy, looked at her backside* "She's having her kittens tonight."
Her: "How do you know?"
Me: "She's bloody."

So we decide to lock her in this kennel/cage thing for the night so she doesn't wander off with her brood. #1: Last time, looking for them sucked. #2: Taming them down at 3-odd weeks old sucked more. Hissy lil bastards.

So we find some old clothes and put them down, then surround the bottom part of the cage with small pieces of wood so the kittens can't fall out (we're still working on the porch). The latter was my idea...Gran thought it wasn't possible, but A) I've seen a kitten fall through a crack that was smaller and B) Stormy's last batch of kittens were able to squeeze out of the cage's bottom at 3 weeks old. (The cage is in our large shed, btw.)

Well, about three or four hours later, I'm watching a movie. In my head: "I'll go check on Stormy after the movie." 1:30am...as soon as I step outside, I hear a kitten crying. "Oh, she's had one! Why is it crying?" I was thinking maybe Stormy had pushed the wood away and the kitten had fallen out of the cage. But when I go inside...no kitten.

Me: "Oh s***."

So I follow the sound of the crying, hoping it was some other mama cat's kittens somewhere else. But, no. She'd HAD one kitten (at least two more to go, judging by her belly) behind some wood leaning against the fence. >_< I feel really bad. It was probably crying out of hunger and sheer COLD (probably 60-73 degrees outside now). (This does not bode well for the new kittens.)

Right about the time I find the kitten, the flashlight batteries go (I'm so getting a new flashlight after this! It eats batteries like mad). So I turn around, and there's Freckle. Tiny is on the porch. I grab the both of them, shove them in the house (in case they think to go kitten hunting - I'm actually surprised the little thing didn't get eaten by our local own...local stray toms...raccoons...etc) and grab these portable light things and a towel on the way out. Pick the kitten up with the towel, take it to mama...at first Stormy acted like she wanted nothing to do with it.

Me: "Did I just take someone else's kitten?"

But after a few minutes, she settled down, turned her belly up and started purring/kneading. Weird cat.


Anyway, it LOOKED white(ish) in the dim light, but I'm thinking it might actually be tan. The papa was Siamese.

Kittens are SERIOUSLY loud. O_O And poison ivy SERIOUSLY sucks. I'm going to end up with a major rash. :(


Soo...anywho. Apparently in the UK the Playstation 3 is being marked down (by quite a bit). It may be a trial run for the US. However, it will be missing some functions like the ability to play PS1 and PS2 games, memory card slot, smaller hard drive. I don't know what else. My question is, do you need a memory card for PS3 games? I wouldn't think so, given the 'hard drive' bit, but I don't know anyone with a PS3 (or they aren't telling).
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