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  1. 83276
    Today 09:43 PM
    You're not the boss of me
  2. bobabrowncoat
  3. AOA
    12-18-2014 07:49 PM
    It's some kind of soup. That's for sure.
  4. wolkenkraetzer
    12-18-2014 04:00 PM
    Were they made from raw, grated potatoes? (Some recipes call for using mashed potatoes.) Potato pancakes are a staple of many Central and Eastern European cuisines:

    Hope you're not too hungry after reading this!
  5. wolkenkraetzer
    12-18-2014 02:49 PM
    wolkenkraetzer commented on Respond only with questions.
    No, it just means you're NOT Jewish, or have little/no contact with people who are. A latke is (usually) a potato pancake. Latkes can be made with other veggies (zucchini, for example) and are a traditional Chanukah (which started on Tuesday evening) dish.
  6. DCI Barnaby
    12-17-2014 07:01 AM
    DCI Barnaby
    So many things. Lol. Some of them are occasional free time at my workplace and curiosity about MBTI.
  7. wolkenkraetzer
    12-14-2014 05:56 PM
    Bad typing on my part. (Thought I had caught all the typos before sending.) You had better acclimate yourself back to "Coke", lest your friends and family think you've "gone Yankee" on them!
  8. wolkenkraetzer
    12-14-2014 05:02 PM
    I've never been to England or the UK, except when transiting at airports. I suppose it's on my "bucket list", but as I've already seen the Magna Charta displayed in Houston earlier this year, I suppose it can wait. I've stood on only three continents thus far, so I have other plans...

    I'm guessing you're from the East since you used "soda". Whenever I say that in NE Ohio, people look at me strangely, since the term here is "pop". (In the South, the preferred term is "Coke", regardless of brand/flavor.) I guess I'll always be a transplant.

    I suppose it helps to have had an empire that lasted a few centuries in order to have the world's strongest currency today.

    Good luck with your studies--now and when you return to the US.
  9. wolkenkraetzer
    12-14-2014 01:45 PM
    Your spellings aren't British, so I was confused when you used "pub" instead of "bar".
    Exchange student or working?
    Are you constantly converting between $ and ?
    (Did that the year I studied in Germany years ago.)
  10. wolkenkraetzer
    12-13-2014 10:57 PM
    1.84 converts roughly to $2.89--generally "happy hour" prices here. Most US beers (craft beers being the exception) are swill compared to European brews.
  11. wolkenkraetzer
    12-13-2014 12:30 PM
    wolkenkraetzer commented on Change two words.
    Excellent word play!
  12. eagleseven
    12-11-2014 04:03 PM
    Not sure what you mean?
  13. wolkenkraetzer
    12-07-2014 07:50 PM
    wolkenkraetzer commented on Respond only with questions.
    Thanks for bringing that to my attention. Totally missed it.
  14. 106306
    12-05-2014 12:04 AM
    I was very surprised when she acted that way, I've always thought we had the same values, it turned out we did not.Her fiance was the first actual boyfriend at age 26/27. She wanted to break the engagement one time because she wanted a better partner,I advised her to be honest with her boyfriend, to ask for a break(because he was willing to wait for her) and date other people. She never did because she knew she couldn't get any better and she feared loosing him in the process. I'm not sure how I feel about her friendship anymore, I have no respect to people who settle for a partner.
  15. Zsych
    11-15-2014 07:23 PM
    No-one really takes the solar roads idea seriously. It's not that solar is that expensive, so much as that a hybrid road with multiple features that can also pull in solar is a case of serious over-engineering. Some stuff isn't worth doing.
  16. wolkenkraetzer
    11-15-2014 12:38 PM
    wolkenkraetzer commented on Change two words.
    Giving The Big G some competition, hey...?
  17. Zsych
    11-15-2014 11:37 AM
    The prices for solar are actually falling a lot. I do like the idea of nuclear propulsion though.

    I wonder however, if you could reasonably get a mini-city off the ground at reasonable cost, even with nuclear propulsion.

    IMO, a lot of this stuff will be more feasible in a few decades. By then, AI should be more developed and able to handle more responsibilities without supervision - so you could maybe have it start some setup / mining, on its own. 3D printing should be more developed so that we can manufacture things more flexibly... Even 3D printing of food from scratch might be mostly done in 2-3 decades... which means that as long as you had raw resources and energy, you'd be able to make cool stuff happen.

    Right now, it would cost a lot more to get a meaningful Martian settlement going (although with Elon Musk working on that, and various other people working on other cool stuff - the various technologies might come together at around the same time, making the whole project more feasible)
  18. discontinuous
    10-15-2014 12:15 AM
    hehe... skeptically, this fresh perspective is just what I need for my project. In fact, people are going to be particles....
  19. INTJane
    10-12-2014 01:07 PM
    Yes, so pretty I had to stop posting for a bit to admire it.
  20. Fiend
    10-08-2014 03:53 PM
    I disagree

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