This... is... JEOPARDY! (Super Awesome CPU Forums Edition)

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  • genoski said:

    i know it's my turn, but this game is boring me

    Would you like to forfeit your turn? lookdown.gif
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  • genoski said:

    I lived my whole life in America, cept when I was in Canada


    i know it's my turn, but this game is boring me


    ROFL! tongue.gif

    Agreed. And we need TEW back too. He's probably on some Detroit Tigers forum talking about how great the Blue Jays are this season and how they recently swept the Tigers. bigsmile.gif
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  • This term for a long-handled gardening tool can also mean an immoral pleasure seeker.
  • What is a hoe? (HOE! she's a hoooooeeee... HOE! she's a hoooooeeee... I'd say that she's a hoooooeeee...)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxsfEio0L8Y

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  • Cngevpxhaqrefpber said:

    What is a hoe?


    wrong, sorry. Hoes aint in it for the pleasure, theys in it for the money.

    Try again
  • genoski said:

    Cngevpxhaqrefpber said:

    What is a hoe?


    wrong, sorry. Hoes aint in it for the pleasure, theys in it for the money.

    Try again

    Very true. smile.gif
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  • genoski said:

    wrong, sorry. Hoes aint in it for the pleasure, theys in it for the money.

    Ahhhh. lookdown.gif

    Allow me some time to contemplate this further.

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  • Geeze, I don't know. What's that thing that looks like a rake but has fewer claws and the claws are thicker, stiffer, and spaced further apart? What is whatever that is? bigsmile.gif
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  • What is a spade?

    (I figure if I guess enough gardening tools it's bound to be right eventually.) lookdown.gif
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  • What is a pitchfork?

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  • What is a rake?
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  • What is a shovel?
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  • What is whatever you call that thing that I think has two handles and you're supposed to ram it hard into the ground and then separate the handles while it's in the ground? Or do you ram it while the handles are separated and then close them while it's in the ground. Hmm.

    And does that thing even actually exist. An even bigger hmm.
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  • Cngevpxhaqrefpber said:

    What is whatever you call that thing that I think has two handles and you're supposed to ram it hard into the ground and then separate the handles while it's in the ground? Or do you ram it while the handles are separated and then close them while it's in the ground. Hmm.

    And does that thing even actually exist. An even bigger hmm.

    What is a fence post digger / hole digger?

    LOL. bigsmile.gif
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  • TechGuy said:

    What is a fence post digger / hole digger?

    LOL. bigsmile.gif

    Aha, yeah, that's what it's called. bigsmile.gif
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  • edited 09/12/2014 @ 10:58:22 AM
    Cngevpxhaqrefpber said:

    TechGuy said:

    What is a fence post digger / hole digger?

    LOL. bigsmile.gif

    Aha, yeah, that's what it's called. bigsmile.gif
    Yep. I don't have one but I'm tempted to get one. I want to build an 8 foot fence around the backyard to close it in because my neighbours are home all the time and I have no privacy. You can't dig straight down without one of those things. (Although the pros just use a giant corkscrew like drill on the end of a small construction vehicle.)

    If you try to dig with a shovel, you can only get about a foot into the ground before you have to start going at an angle. smile.gif
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  • Sounds like a good idea. Hopefully you don't live in a jurisdiction with one of those stupid laws that makes you have to get written permission from the neighbors before you can install one.
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  • edited 09/20/2014 @ 3:32:42 PM
    Cngevpxhaqrefpber said:

    Sounds like a good idea. Hopefully you don't live in a jurisdiction with one of those stupid laws that makes you have to get written permission from the neighbors before you can install one.

    Nope. The bylaw is that you can have a fence up to 8 feet high around your property. I'm going to finish off the top of it with those pointy metal spikes, and then plant some thorn bushes and giant hogweed to grow alongside it. proud.gif
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  • edited 09/26/2014 @ 9:33:40 PM
    Nice. bigsmile.gifsun.gif

    They also make film you can put on your windows that lets you see out easily, but nobody can see in, even if you're standing right by the window. giggle.gif (Perfect for "observing" people without them being any the wiser, like my old neighbor used to do. bigsmile.gif)
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  • edited 09/28/2014 @ 7:07:14 PM
    You really need to read the Wikipedia article on giant hogweed to appreciate what it would mean for the neighbours:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heracleum_mantegazzianum


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  • edited 10/02/2014 @ 9:29:00 PM
    "The sap of giant hogweed causes phytophotodermatitis in humans, resulting in blisters, long-lasting scars, and—if it comes in contact with eyes—blindness."

    "Initially, the skin colours red and starts itching. Then blisters form as it burns within 48 hours. They form black or purplish scars that can last several years. Hospitalisation may be necessary.[8] Presence of minute amounts of sap in the eyes can lead to temporary or even permanent blindness."

    "It is phototoxic and considered to be a noxious weed in many jurisdictions."

    "invasive species"

    Ha ha, wow. gasp.gifbigsmile.gif

    So are you REALLY going to be planting those, or are you just fantasizing about it but won't end up doing it because it unfortunately probably wouldn't be worth it in the end? giggle.gif
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  • TechGuy said:

    What is a rake?


    Bingo

  • Cngevpxhaqrefpber said:

    "The sap of giant hogweed causes phytophotodermatitis in humans, resulting in blisters, long-lasting scars, and—if it comes in contact with eyes—blindness."

    "Initially, the skin colours red and starts itching. Then blisters form as it burns within 48 hours. They form black or purplish scars that can last several years. Hospitalisation may be necessary.[8] Presence of minute amounts of sap in the eyes can lead to temporary or even permanent blindness."

    "It is phototoxic and considered to be a noxious weed in many jurisdictions."

    "invasive species"

    Ha ha, wow. gasp.gifbigsmile.gif

    So are you REALLY going to be planting those, or are you just fantasizing about it but won't end up doing it because it unfortunately probably wouldn't be worth it in the end? giggle.gif

    I nearly shit myself laughing when I read it. It's like the plant from hell. I was more just fantasizing about what it would be like to discreetly plant something like that knowing full well what it was but not having any neighbours know. Nothing says "keep off the lawn" quite like permanent scarring and/or blindness.

    In any event, the plant is obviously illegal in Canada. Unlike poison ivy (of which people put up signs to warn of its presence), giant hogweed is so dangerous that specialists would actively hunt around for it and remove it if they found it. gasp.gif
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  • genoski said:

    TechGuy said:

    What is a rake?


    Bingo

    LOL. I'm still laughing about the giant hogweed. halo.gif
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  • edited 10/06/2014 @ 10:36:59 PM
    TechGuy said:

    I nearly shit myself laughing when I read it. It's like the plant from hell.

    Tell me about it. I'm going to study what they look like so I don't accidentally touch one in the wild, unlikely as that may be... gasp.gifgiggle.gif

    Anyway, my guess? Even without the giant hogweed your neighbors will probably be majorly pissed off after you put up the fence. bigsmile.gif
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  • edited 10/07/2014 @ 8:23:52 PM
    Cngevpxhaqrefpber said:

    TechGuy said:

    I nearly shit myself laughing when I read it. It's like the plant from hell.

    Tell me about it. I'm going to study what they look like so I don't accidentally touch one in the wild, unlikely as that may be... gasp.gifgiggle.gif

    Anyway, my guess? Even without the giant hogweed your neighbors will probably be majorly pissed off after you put up the fence. bigsmile.gif
    Giant Hogweed is one of those plants that I don't think you or I will ever see in the wild. Certainly interesting though. We don't often think of plants as being dangerous to humans. At least I've never thought that there was any plant on earth that could seriously injure or kill me. smile.gif

    Lately I've been on a mission to find poison ivy. Whenever I'm out on a trail somewhere and I see signs posted for poison ivy, I try to find it specifically. I think I've found two such examples that could be poison ivy, but neither of them give me any sort of rash. giggle.gif

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  • edited 10/08/2014 @ 10:45:22 PM
    TechGuy said:

    Giant Hogweed is one of those plants that I don't think you or I will ever see in the wild. Certainly interesting though. We don't often think of plants as being dangerous to humans. At least I've never thought that there was any plant on earth that could seriously injure or kill me. smile.gif

    Same, although I seem to remember hearing about a certain pine tree's needles being toxic or something. And certain wild mushrooms and berries. I don't know if they're toxic enough to kill, but as a precaution I don't eat pine needles or wild mushrooms, but I do eat wild berries if I know for sure what kind they are (mulberries, raspberries, etc). giggle.gif

    And anyways, that stuff you have to eat. A plant that just has to touch you to permanently and seriously maim you? Holy crap. gasp.gif
    TechGuy said:

    Lately I've been on a mission to find poison ivy. Whenever I'm out on a trail somewhere and I see signs posted for poison ivy, I try to find it specifically. I think I've found two such examples that could be poison ivy, but neither of them give me any sort of rash. giggle.gif

    Ever gotten a poison ivy rash on your man zone? Tip: don't. That shit is the WORST.
    TechGuy said:

    My neighbours will love the new fence. Ooooooooooh... maybe I could electrify it! tongue.gif

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEefiEEkPbk

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    What kind of fence will it be? Wood, fiberglass, metal,...?
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  • Cngevpxhaqrefpber said:


    Same, although I seem to remember hearing about a certain pine tree's needles being toxic or something. And certain wild mushrooms and berries. I don't know if they're toxic enough to kill, but as a precaution I don't eat pine needles or wild mushrooms, but I do eat wild berries if I know for sure what kind they are (mulberries, raspberries, etc). giggle.gif

    And anyways, that stuff you have to eat. A plant that just has to touch you to permanently and seriously maim you? Holy crap. gasp.gif

    Exactly. gasp.gif
    Cngevpxhaqrefpber said:

    Ever gotten a poison ivy rash on your man zone? Tip: don't. That shit is the WORST.

    LOL. No I haven't. I've never had any rash from poison ivy... assuming I've ever wandered into it.

    Based on what I've seen, the two examples I've found that *could* be poison ivy were very short. One was less than a foot high and the other was maybe 1-2ft high. One had shiny leaves and seemed to blanket large areas of ground. The other just looked like a tall weed with jagged edged leaves.

    I wish someone could walk with me and actually point it out so I know exactly what it is.

    The worst plant I've ever come across (in terms of being miserable to humans) was a plant that had stems covered with fine, white, hair sized thorns on it. Each thorn was only maybe half a centimeter long, but all I had to do was brush my leg up against it and I felt an instant stinging sensation. I got an itchy rash within minutes and it was annoying for about a week after. yuck.gif
    TechGuy said:

    My neighbours will love the new fence. Ooooooooooh... maybe I could electrify it! tongue.gif

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEefiEEkPbk
    Cngevpxhaqrefpber said:


    What kind of fence will it be? Wood, fiberglass, metal,...?

    A wood fence. smile.gif
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  • TechGuy said:

    The worst plant I've ever come across (in terms of being miserable to humans) was a plant that had stems covered with fine, white, hair sized thorns on it. Each thorn was only maybe half a centimeter long, but all I had to do was brush my leg up against it and I felt an instant stinging sensation. I got an itchy rash within minutes and it was annoying for about a week after. yuck.gif

    I think I've seen them before, and they do hurt, but I don't think I ever got a rash (temporary or week-long) from it. So maybe it was a different plant.

    There's such a thing as poison oak too; I think it's very similar to poison ivy (symptoms at least), but I think the rashes tend to be bigger. Here's a lotion commonly used for both:

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    Dunno if you've used it before but when it dries it looks like this:

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  • I've used that stuff for mosquito bites. smile.gif
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