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Essentially Flyertalk / Best way to waste the last 30 min. of work
« on: March 02, 2021, 05:01:49 PM »
After a long day of whippin' ass at my chosen profession I pretty much hit the wall with 30 mins left every day.  What are your suggestions to wile away the last few minutes of the work day?

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Essentially Flyertalk / Lawyers!!!
« on: December 12, 2014, 08:14:10 PM »
A corporation has been ruled defunct by the state because of failure to file annual reports.  Can the corp still divest property without reinstating corporation status?  Shouldn't corp officers be able to sign legal docs still?  Is my legal advisor a big puss as suspected?


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Essentially Flyertalk / NPR Master Thread
« on: October 27, 2014, 03:32:47 PM »
It has been a long time coming folks, but here it is.  Time to chime in on your tax dollars at work.  Love it? Hate it? Love to hate it?  Hate to love it?   

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Essentially Flyertalk / TallCats
« on: August 07, 2014, 09:25:06 AM »
I am of extremely average height, however Fedor Jr. is turning out to be freakishly tall.  He just turned 13 and is over 6'1".  This is entirely due to Mrs. Fedor's side of the family, she is in the 97th percentile and even has a seven footer in the family tree.  This the place where all you other genetic mishaps get to chime in on the ins and outs of lording over the masses from on high. 
Things I am interested in hearing about;
When you first touched the rim, first dunked, height at comparable age to Fedor Jr. and where you ended up, etc., etc, etc.

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Essentially Flyertalk / Moonlighting
« on: March 10, 2014, 05:24:53 PM »
Was of course a great show in the 1980's, but lets talk professional services.

Are any of you gE bros in a position to offer advice on the best way to provide professional services as an individual with the protection of E&O insurance without me personally buying a policy?  I am thinking that the business entity that I would do the work for would hire me as a "consultant" and put me under their insurance.  Does this sound feasible? Legal? Crazy? 

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Essentially Flyertalk / It is that time of year again...
« on: July 30, 2013, 04:06:25 PM »
Youth Football is just around the corner.  Any GoE'ers gonna help some kids with heads full of mush learn the fundamentals of the great sport of football?  And in the process turn their heads into concussed mush.  If so what grade and area are you coaching in?  Any stories of kids you are coaching who are future NFL stars, stupid loudmouth parents, crushing defeats, glorious victories etc.?

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Kansas State Football / Fedor's Janky Spring Game Report
« on: April 28, 2012, 08:49:30 PM »
Starting with the linemen to establish my HFBIQ:
There was footwork and road gradering and good hips etc.  Mueller is now 4th or 5th string, I don't even want to imagine the circumstances that got him on the field  last year.

Arthur did not play.  Neither did Baby Lockett.  Not sure who replaced Arthur.  Sexton prob got Lock's reps.  Torell is prob 5th receiver.

Sams is #2 and a distant #2 at that Klein was the only QB to play w/ the 1's, Bender started with the 2's but did not reappear.

Klein still throws weird, but was wicked accurate.  Crossing routes all day.  Only had two questionable throws, one was intercepted in the end zone.  Vanilla offense, lots of throws to TE and FB. #2 defense was very overmatched guys were wide open everywhere.
QB's were down @ contact, even minor.  So sack #'s are inflated and rushing yards suffered.

Sorry hipster reverse racists, Braden Wilson was the MVP of the game w/ 2 rushing TDs and 1 rec. TD.

Sam Johnson ... whatever it doesn't matter, not as bad as expected.

Sams and Gronk were in the backfield together, broke football completely with the combined awesomeness and the football ended up on the turf.  Sams clearly thought it was Gronks fault, OKCat agreed.

No clear favorite to replace 2y's that I could see, Randall Evans and and Thomas Ferguson split time there. 

Morgan Burns worked a little at corner for EMAWS in the Wichita area.

I am losing steam now... ask me questions or not I probably won't remember anyway.

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Essentially Flyertalk / Are NPR listeners sheep?
« on: February 03, 2012, 10:02:31 AM »
Here is the situation;
Yesterday morning I am listening to NPR and they have a story about the company that codes many of the games on Facebook, Farmville being the most well known.  The story goes on to say how much money the company has in revenue, and also how hip and cool the company/CEO is.  I thought to myself "I wish I owned some of that before this story came on the radio" and sure enough. KaBoom!!!  As of this morning the stock price is up 30% in 48 hours, meanwhile EPS is -0.24.  The company name is Xynga for those of you who want to dump some money in while it is at it's 52-week high.

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Essentially Flyertalk / Bookies?
« on: March 25, 2011, 11:30:07 PM »
Anybody know a way to put some action down on NCAA BB?  If the squawks are going to the FF essentially unopposed, I might as well make some scratch.  Is Bodog still an option, or did they get shut down.

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Kansas State Football / Huldon Tharp....
« on: August 09, 2010, 04:09:19 PM »
Huge pussy.

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Kansas State Football / The EMAWneers
« on: July 21, 2010, 07:31:07 AM »
The EMAWneers have hairy ears.
They piss through leather britches.
They pop their cocks on jagged rocks.
They're hardy sons of bitches.
Those EMAWneers, they give three cheers
For Hell and all its trifles.
They bang their balls upon the walls
And pepper them with rifles.
The EMAWneers, they're hung like steers.
They'll shag a yawning chasm.
They flop their nuts against their butts,
And shoot a mean orgasm.
The EMAWneers, they love their beers,
And quaff one every minute.
They drain their jocks in big stone crocks,
And wash their faces in it.
The EMAWneers, they shed no tears.
They're full of quips and frolics.
They poop foul gas from out their ass
To cool their iron bollocks.
Those EMAWneers can shift their gears
And crap in all directions.
They wipe their ass on broken glass
Or on their proud erections.
Those EMAWneers with hoots and jeers
Bewail a cun tless nation.
They jab their tools in army mules
In abandoned masturbation.
Those EMAWneers, they have no fears
Of crab-infested niches.
They scratch their pricks with sandy bricks
When annoyed by lousy itches.

Oh, EMAWneers have shaggy ears.
They diddle not with trifles.
They hang their balls on canyon walls
And shoot at them with rifles.
They pound their cocks upon the rocks,
Those hardy sons of bitches.
They wipe their ass with broken glass,
And care not if it itches.
When tail is rare, they rape the bear,
And tie her in half hitches,
Nor hesitate to masturbate
Within their leather britches.
They use their pricks for walking sticks
In crossing muddy ditches.
They shazbot! their wives with carving knives
And flog their teats with switches.
They brew their booze from boots and shoes,
A drink they seem to relish.
They shave their jaws with crosscut saws,
Which makes them look quite hellish.
They always throw their balls, you know,
At women and at babies.
They're full of snot and other rot
And covered o'er with scabies.
From dark till dawn with one bone on,
They shazbot! their clappy wenches.
From dawn till dark, they beat their bark
And screw knotholes in benches.
With limber tools they flail their mules
And warm their offsprings britches.
With stiffened cocks they pry up rocks
And boost Fords out of ditches.

The EMAW lass is full of pash.
They crack nuts in their snatches.
They love to screw an hour or two
Bare-ass in bramble patches.
The EMAW rat is boiling hot.
It covers pricks with blisters.
A stranger once tried lapping cun ts
And singed off all his whiskers.
Those hardy cun ts use double shunts
And mighty heaves and passes,
That pull the pricks off common hicks
And set them on their asses.
They ne'er despair when prick is rare,
But frig themselves with cactus,
Or mount a jack upon their back
Which gives them lots of practice.

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