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PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2011 9:03 am 
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I wanna get Brooklyn the Big Ol' Nicolas Cage box set.

Including such classics as...Knowing! The Wicker Man! and who can forget the seminal classic, Captain Corelli's Mandolin!

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you are obviously listing bad Nic Cage movies, but I actually thought Knowing was pretty cool.


Knowing is severely underrated !

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2011 3:22 pm 
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I would put Y U NO at the top if that was my tree, favorite meme deserves favoritism.

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Merry Christmas everybody!

Have a nice night and try not to drink too much.

Try.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2011 7:56 pm 
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Merry Christmas everybody!

Have a nice night and try not to drink too much.

Try.

Considering the amount of familial interaction around this time of year, I'm not sure that's plausible.

But Merry Christmas to you too.

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happy holidays peeps!

Happy Holidays to you too!

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and a happy holiday to you to ;)

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2011 12:05 am 
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I got exactly what I wanted this Christmas: A stack of Regal passes so huge that I could probably use them to wallpaper my room (that may be a slight overstatement).

My gifts were mostly movie-based (go figure), with quite a few textbooks on movie criticism that I'll be using to hone my skills. However, the biology student in me was thrilled to get a stuffed E. coli bug (ask anyone who's worked with recombinant DNA: E. coli is a geneticist's best friend). Oh, and I also got a kickass playing card deck, with 52 hand-drawn portraits of Portland landmarks.

No DVDs, though I did use an Amazon gift code to order Attack the Block and pre-order Drive.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2011 12:31 am 
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I got exactly what I wanted this Christmas: A stack of Regal passes so huge that I could probably use them to wallpaper my room (that may be a slight overstatement).

My gifts were mostly movie-based (go figure), with quite a few textbooks on movie criticism that I'll be using to hone my skills. However, the biology student in me was thrilled to get a stuffed E. coli bug (ask anyone who's worked with recombinant DNA: E. coli is a geneticist's best friend). Oh, and I also got a kickass playing card deck, with 52 hand-drawn portraits of Portland landmarks.

No DVDs, though I did use an Amazon gift code to order Attack the Block and pre-order Drive.


What. The. Fuck :lol: ?!

Anyways man, good to know you were satisfied with your presents, hopefully those books will allow you to rightfully slay Roger Ebert and proclaim yourself as the new King Reviewer and Martin Scorcese ass-kisser...........................................you can omit the last part if you want to !

My presents were:

- "Blue Seduction" by Antonio Banderas, don't know why my mom keeps thinking Antonio Banderas colognes suit me, but they smell good no problem there !

- A black billabong t-shirt.

- 200 hundred dollars from my uncle................strange since that's quite a lot of money for him, given how he's living on his veteran pension, still, I'm grateful..............and confused.

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My gifts were mostly movie-based (go figure), with quite a few textbooks on movie criticism that I'll be using to hone my skills. However, the biology student in me was thrilled to get a stuffed E. coli bug (ask anyone who's worked with recombinant DNA: E. coli is a geneticist's best friend). Oh, and I also got a kickass playing card deck, with 52 hand-drawn portraits of Portland landmarks.


What. The. Fuck :lol: ?!

No, seriously. Escherichia coli is the specimen of choice for work with genetics. It's easy and quick to grow, most strains are completely harmless, and it's very good at taking up DNA with relatively little effort. I myself have genetically engineered E. coli colonies that grow green under UV light. Multiple times, in fact.

Genetic research would never have been possible without E. coli. Every day around the world, bioscientists are repurposing E. coli colonies to produce insulin, vaccines, and a wide variety of artificial proteins.

Forgive me for going off on that tangent, but it's a very real thing. This sort of work is my life's dream and I take it seriously. So yes, I'm going to treasure my stuffed E. coli germ.

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Gifts I recieved:

Leatherbound complete works of Lovecraft
Bag of strawberries
Sixpack of beer
Crime And Punishment by Dostoyevski
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Batman belt buckle

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2011 1:08 am 
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Gifts I recieved:

Leatherbound complete works of Lovecraft
Bag of strawberries
Sixpack of beer
Crime And Punishment by Dostoyevski
Chocolates
Shirt
Batman belt buckle

Pretty cool. In a similar vein, some I got included a rebel alliance symbol belt buckle and a Bulba Fett t-shirt.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2011 1:24 am 
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Curiosity Inc. wrote:
Genetic research would never have been possible without E. coli. Every day around the world, bioscientists are repurposing E. coli colonies to produce insulin, vaccines, and a wide variety of artificial proteins.


I'm going to need some severe schooling on this, but isn't E. Coli a bacteria for a disease ?

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Forgive me for going off on that tangent, but it's a very real thing. This sort of work is my life's dream and I take it seriously. So yes, I'm going to treasure my stuffed E. coli germ.


I thought that shit was just your way of making a living, good to know it's not just that, it gets me depressed to know so many people whose job is completely separate from their dreams.

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I got a PS3 for christmas... so that was cool

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Got $300 cash from my parents to buy what I want. So I bought ...

Battlefield 3 (PC)
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The Pacific (blu ray)
Generation Kill (blu ray)

Then spent $40 of that buying them Treme season 1 and The Wire season 1 and 2 on DVD. Still have a bit of cash left over, not sure what to use it on. Happy with my purchases though :)

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