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I got through all SEVEN Witcher novels before starting up the Witcher 3. Yep I'm going to be playing and reviewing it as canon as I feel. Luckily I believe I have been so far, an example is siding with the vampires, whose leader was lover of a vampire (Regis) who helps you try to rescue/find Ciri in the novels.

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What a crazy past couple of days. This is kind of a rant and a rave all rolled into one.

  • 12 hours Saturday changing timing belt, water pump, tensioners, thermostat, oil, filters, and coolant. Adjust all the valves while the valve cover's off. Reassemble. Turn it on, timing went WAY out of whack courtesy of a PITA cam. Go to sleep, wake up, 3 hours later disassemble and reassemble it and it finally runs nice. A shiny valve cover's worth like +10HP right?

  • Held TWO babies on Sunday night.They didn't cry or die. Crazy :P

  • Spend 14 hours yesterday at work. Every single one of the City of Calgary Recreation's point of sale (POS) machines were replaced as their system is all-or-nothing. Here's to hoping the new machines are 100% functional by the cutoff

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What a crazy past couple of days. This is kind of a rant and a rave all rolled into one.

  • 12 hours Saturday changing timing belt, water pump, tensioners, thermostat, oil, filters, and coolant. Adjust all the valves while the valve cover's off. Reassemble. Turn it on, timing went WAY out of whack courtesy of a PITA cam. Go to sleep, wake up, 3 hours later disassemble and reassemble it and it finally runs nice. A shiny valve cover's worth like +10HP right?

  • Held TWO babies on Sunday night.They didn't cry or die. Crazy :P

  • Spend 14 hours yesterday at work. Every single one of the City of Calgary Recreation's point of sale (POS) machines were replaced as their system is all-or-nothing. Here's to hoping the new machines are 100% functional by the cutoff

About time you learned to work on your car :P good job Kyle

Hope they were not yours

At least you get lots of OT

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Super happy to see SEO_Killer the subreddit is now dead :D Gaget can no longer use that subreddit to slander other sites that are not his/her own.

I raise a beer the creator of the group SEO killer I hope you have all the luck in your new career :) (He shut it down cuz he got a job haha)

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After searching for a tulip glass for months, I finally found one. My cousin that works at a bar might have handed it to me clean and empty after I made a joke about making one disappear. ;) Matches the awesome beer!

Nice glass! Have you try other beers from Unibroue (fin du monde, don de dieu, maudite, blanche de chambly?) I like that they finally have the box of 12 mixed beers!

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Nice glass! Have you try other beers from Unibroue (fin du monde, don de dieu, maudite, blanche de chambly?) I like that they finally have the box of 12 mixed beers!

Oh yeah, Unibroue is fantastic. Maudite is the best of them but they have a lot of good stuff. I've tried Blanche De Chambly, Blonde De Chambly, La Fin Du Monde, Maudite, Ephemere, and 17 Grande Reserve. I'm not a huge dark beer person so I've never given Trois Pistoles a shot, but Don De Deiu is next on the list.

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Yeeeup. It's definitely a beer where you wanna sit down and enjoy your night, because 750ml of 9% is (for me) that perfect level of relaxing buzzed. At $9 a bottle it's not an often thing though :P

I need you to pick me up some kah tequila Kyle only place that sells it's by your house as its awesome

Thanks haha

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Yeeeup. It's definitely a beer where you wanna sit down and enjoy your night, because 750ml of 9% is (for me) that perfect level of relaxing buzzed. At $9 a bottle it's not an often thing though :P

Indeed! I usually go with the box of 12 mixed Unibroue for like 16-17$ at the grocery store.

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After living in the same place for 3 months I finally cleaned up my room (it's a downstairs living room w/ door, that was previously used as a storage room) and set up a bed, instead of sleeping on the couch from hell. I've very lazy as you probably know, which is why I just did it now. Now I just need a PC and a TV and it'll be complete.

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