TVM V: Our Insatiable Curiosity



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TVM V: Our Insatiable Curiosity

Postby N2yes » Sun Sep 01, 2002 11:49 am

<font color=red><font face='Papyrus'>So, after 4 installments, you'd think we'd know just what it is you're up to. Alas, it is still sometimes very difficult to tell. Help us out, if you will and tell us just what it is you're doing.This Very Minute...if you dare.</font id='Papyrus'></font id=red><img src=pix/salook.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Postby yeskat » Sun Sep 01, 2002 12:08 pm

Eating Pine Nuts and reading THIS!<img src=pix/icon_smile_tongue.gif border=0 align=middle>
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Postby jackalz » Sun Sep 01, 2002 12:09 pm

These Very Moments, I'm wondering when did theproffet's picture change, and what lame excuse is he going to give about not posting? Hey, we never believed the story about you having a life, so don't try it, again. Because we're your fans, you owe us!

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Postby HeartOfTheSunrise » Sun Sep 01, 2002 1:38 pm

wondering where christmas island is
wondering why the other TVM was locked
wondering why the thread isn't called ATVM for at this very moment
wondering why anyone cares what anyone else is doing at a particular moment
wondering how my cat could sleep so much
wondering why when i was in the car with a couple of people tonight playing MAG neither of them could get into it
and then thinking that's why i am on yestalk now and not still out

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Postby perpetualchanger » Sun Sep 01, 2002 1:53 pm

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wondering where christmas island is
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I dunno but jack doesn't live there! <img src=pix/icon_smile_shock.gif border=0 align=middle>

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wondering why the other TVM was locked
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To conserve bandwidth and manage other server stuff that Ed has to worry about. When the topics get too big it slows down the site.

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wondering why the thread isn't called ATVM for at this very moment
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Um ... dunno. But that's a good idea.


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Postby TaterMouse » Sun Sep 01, 2002 1:54 pm

Currently I'm staring at my screen in disbelief at the number of replys that were posted to "Tater Says Touch Your..."
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Postby yesfan37 » Sun Sep 01, 2002 7:24 pm

just crawled out of bed sitting here with my cup of coffee waiting for the caffine to kick in so I can drive a car full to a pig roast today. and yes,they do roast the whole pig over a pit ...it is really barbearic, but everyone else seems to enjoy it so I'll go to get out of the city fot the day. Peace
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Postby perpetualchanger » Sun Sep 01, 2002 10:02 pm

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just crawled out of bed sitting here with my cup of coffee waiting for the caffine to kick in so I can drive a car full to a pig roast today. <hr height=1 noshade id=quote></font id=quote></BLOCKQUOTE id=quote>

Dude, they have those here all the time! So since you're in Florida, stop by ... <img src=pix/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Postby InThePresenceOf » Sun Sep 01, 2002 10:40 pm

Just finished doing yet more spackling and wondering yet again the inherent evils of drywall and joint compound -- a topic too lengthy for me to get into here;

Baked applesauce & oatmeal cinnamon muffins (which helps kill the spackle smell) and ate them for breakfast while watching the nature segment on Sunday Morning; without that, it's not Sunday;

Am preparing to visit a local farm & barn in my area that suffered a fire recently to buy fruit and see how I can possibly donate time there to help them rebuild, and then it's on to my home away from home, Home Depot. (Need more spackle.)

It is raining today and I was shocked to put my hand on an exterior wall of the apartment and feel COLD. For months on end it has been around 95 degrees here every day. Much as I'd like to see the sun, the rain is sorely needed here and the cool air a relief. It is sad to see the summer go, though, and I feel that same nervousness that I did as a kid every year at this time. Swarms of Monarch butterflies would flee for warmer climes, and it meant the end of lazy days on the beach and a return to school. Ouch.

Having been out of school for some time now, I marvel at how that end-of-summer feeling never goes away. I am soothing myself thinking of the hot soups, lasagna and great dark, grainy breads of fall and winter. It always comes back to food, doesn't it...LOL
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Postby IngnoZac » Mon Sep 02, 2002 5:35 am

Forgeting someone, composing, listening to music, talking to three people, checking four YesTopics, checking email, ordering pizza. I think that's it.

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Postby Yesmam » Mon Sep 02, 2002 11:06 am

Checking the threads and trying to keep the new cat off teh puter desk where he lays so that instead of typing, I can pet HIM.

I'm also attempting to get over a difficult day, so I've escaped to YesTAlk.
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Postby perpetualchanger » Mon Sep 02, 2002 1:55 pm

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<b>IngnoZac wrote:</b>
Forgeting someone, composing, listening to music, talking to three people, checking four YesTopics, checking email, ordering pizza. I think that's it.
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Is that all? <img src=pix/jestera.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Postby perpetualchanger » Mon Sep 02, 2002 1:58 pm

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Postby Stoutman » Mon Sep 02, 2002 2:19 pm

TVM, I knew i should have stayed away from yhe cofee tonight.Look at the time.
I might as well get it out and it`s not easy,but I sensed it coming for a long time. I`m bidding farewell to the site. I just don`t have the heart or will to post here anymore. I have tried recntly to do so,but I just turn blank when ever i come here. Perhaps I`m all out of what I had to say here.
For a time,posting here sure felt good for a while; It was a release from the all the fast-paced hellishness I call my life. But now I don`t enjoy it here anymore and my interest has waned considerably. I guess when you get your ass kicked hard enough in life and take too many shots to the head (no,i`m not a boxer),it`s hard to derive enjoyment out of much. And when you try to help those ,but knowing you can`t do a damn thing for them really kills your enthusiasm.I`m not as tough as I thought I was.
As much as I have wanted to walk away,I have never quit anything in my life. But when my mind draws a blank,I can`t think of anything good to say,and you see people with posts and threads that make you look lacking severely in intelligence,you know you just have to walk away.
The truth of it is,I was a fraud. I was never the obsessed Yes fan. I do enjoy the band`s music,but that`s all it ever was for me. But I enjoyed their music no more than I do many of the other bands I listen to(well,try to,whenever i get a break).
For me,it was all trying to fit into a community;a sense of belonging,but no matter how hard or much i tried,I was still an outsider here. And it`s no good trying to be something that i`m not.So i`m retirng `Stoutman' to the junkyard. I think he reached his limits and said what he had to say.
There were those of you who might have been offended by some of my threads. Now I can`t take back and apologize for something I totally believed in. I might have been on the crude side,but i had to call it as i saw it. I never lied to anyone here and I always thought telling the truth was more important than sugarcoating or kissing up.
It was also done for a sense of fun ,but even the `bashing' doesn`t have the luster it used to have. Another reason why I`m getting out.
For those of you who might have been offended,I`m sorry you took it personally,but it wasn`t meant that way. Calling a ` spade a spade' was the way i operated.
I know i should never say never,but you will never see me here again. I have the good sense to know when it`s over.
There have have been some of you who have been quite exceptional to me; you know who you areand leaving some of the people here will be so hard. But if there is no common ground,there is no use to it.
whatever I have to deal with,i will be fine. I have always fought and i don`t like to lose. i just know things will turn around,but not knowing is so hard.
There are plenty of newjacks here,some of them are quite more interesting and insightful than I could ever be. To them,i wish you Good Luck.
To those who i have met in the chatroom and on the posts,it was good knowing you and it sure was fun for a while.
Take care of yourselves, Chris
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Postby Ed1909 » Mon Sep 02, 2002 2:37 pm

Stoutman, I hope you'll still drop by every now and then to say Hi. My contributions to Yestalk have been, for various reasons, somewhat muted lately but I have done much lurking and I for one will miss Stoutman's posts.

Last week was a real shitty week for me. On Tuesday, one of our cats died (the blessing was that it was peacefully in her sleep). Although my wife would deny it, it was her favourite cat who she has shared her life with for 21 years.

Then on Friday morning, another of our cats had some kind of fit and immediately lost the use of her legs, and also was unable to eat. We had to call out the vet to send her on her way to kitty heaven. Two in one week has been almost too much to bear for Mrs1909.

We still have three cats left, but the house seems kinda empty now.

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Postby perpetualchanger » Mon Sep 02, 2002 2:41 pm

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<b>Ed1909 wrote:</b>
On Tuesday, one of our cats died (the blessing was that it was peacefully in her sleep). Although my wife would deny it, it was her favourite cat who she has shared her life with for 21 years.

Then on Friday morning, another of our cats had some kind of fit and immediately lost the use of her legs, and also was unable to eat. We had to call out the vet to send her on her way to kitty heaven. Two in one week has been almost too much to bear for Mrs1909.
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Too much for anyone! My sympathies to you and your pet family. I know my pets go nuts when one goes out of the house for any reason so I know they must be missing their furry friends too. And two in one week, I can't imagine. They are with the angels now, though. <img src=pix/angel.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Postby perpetualchanger » Mon Sep 02, 2002 4:57 pm

Well, I thought I was going to sleep. And then the strangest thing happened.

The stereo turned on and Revealing Science of God is blasting through the speakers - LOUD! I came out of the bedroom to find the cats sitting in front of the computer desk, nowhere near the stereo or its remote. The dog was in the bedroom with me, so it wasn't him.

I have no idea how this happened. I was glad, though, that it was my favorite song. <img src=pix/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Postby YesJo » Mon Sep 02, 2002 11:25 pm

Chris, Stoutman, there is simply no reason that you have to leave for good, just because you don't feel like posting here all the time. Why not drop in every other week, or whenever you feel like it? You are not a fake, I have a feeling there are some others here that only like Yes as much as you do, you don't have to be Yes obsessed to be here. You're a good guy and everyone knows it, so don't feel like this is it, you can come anytime and we'll be happy to hear from you.

Keep in touch Chris, you know you can.

ATVM I am trying to get my head together to deal with this day. Sometimes its a breeze and sometimes it takes some work. Know what I mean? It's the end of summer and i always go through an extreme mourning period. I won't be normal again until October. It happens every year and I just can't help it. Too many summers end at the beach I guess, it's just too sad, and the wait is just too long for it to come back.
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Postby InThePresenceOf » Mon Sep 02, 2002 11:27 pm

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TVM, I knew i should have stayed away from yhe cofee tonight.Look at the time.
I might as well get it out and it`s not easy,but I sensed it coming for a long time. I`m bidding farewell to the site. I just don`t have the heart or will to post here anymore. [quote]
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Stout, first, I hope you will return if only to see this reply to your post. I read your post while listening to Moby's "The Sky is Broken," and they seemed to fit well together. It felt tragic.

Losing your contributions would be a loss to the site and the Yes community. You may be fatigued momentarily but I don't believe any of us have ever said all we have to say. To crib a line from John Lennon, that moment won't occur until we're dead and buried, and I hope that's not for a long, long time.

I know I too will soon have to scale back, as I'll be returning to work full-time soon. But I hope that you will reconsider and just perhaps take a much-needed break.

My own personal opinion about your "fraud" comment is that there should not be ANY competition about who is the best or biggest Yes fan. I think if you like and know just one song, if there is just ONE thing about Yes that has touched your life in a positive way, you are a fan and have nothing to prove to anyone. It's not about how many albums or t-shirts you own, or how many boots you have. That's fine for people who have the enthusiasm who want to collect all that, but not everyone has the time, money or, dare I say it, interest to go that far with it, and that's fine. I myself own about 5 Yes CDs, all purchased from amazon.com, no boots or solo stuff, and apart from wanting a t-shirt, that's fine with me for now.

That's my 2 cents...
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Postby N2yes » Tue Sep 03, 2002 12:04 am

<font color=red><font face='Papyrus'>Stout, that is such bullshit! You're not dumb, you know that a good percentage of the posts here at YEStalk are devoid of substance and so what? I mean, we strive for adherence to the YES theme but since we have become a community, it's rather difficult not to occasionally 'talk' to each other on the subject of life as a whole. Oh, and btw, your posts typically adhere to the topic at hand as much if not more than most. I haven't found a single post by you that even remotely approaches anything smelling or looking banal or offensive. I would suggest that you reconfigure your perceptions because I think no one else here shares them with you. Your departure from this site would create a significant void, one I wouldn't want filled but a void no less.

I ask you to reconsider all I've said here. Don't rush to judgment, Stout! You are always welcome here, always!</font id='Papyrus'></font id=red> <img src=pix/icon_smile_wink.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Postby HeartOfTheSunrise » Tue Sep 03, 2002 1:11 am

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<b>perpetualchanger wrote:</b>
Well, I thought I was going to sleep. And then the strangest thing happened.

The stereo turned on and Revealing Science of God is blasting through the speakers - LOUD! I came out of the bedroom to find the cats sitting in front of the computer desk, nowhere near the stereo or its remote. The dog was in the bedroom with me, so it wasn't him.

I have no idea how this happened. I was glad, though, that it was my favorite song. <img src=pix/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

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cat's can shake it pretty fast
they could have been clear to connecticut if they wanted to by the time you hear the whole "dawn of light lying between..."

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Postby IngnoZac » Tue Sep 03, 2002 5:42 am

<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote><b>perpetualchanger wrote:</b>
Is that all? <img src=pix/jestera.gif border=0 align=middle><hr height=1 noshade id=quote></font id=quote></BLOCKQUOTE id=quote>

erm.. I think not. There will be a 8-subject exam tomorrow... as far as I remember: (<img src=pix/jestera.gif border=0 align=middle>)

Portuguese
Maths
Chemistry
Pyshics
Biology
History
Geography
English

yeah... and I don't know a shit.

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Postby perpetualchanger » Tue Sep 03, 2002 5:51 am

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<b>HeartOfTheSunrise wrote:</b>
cat's can shake it pretty fast
they could have been clear to connecticut if they wanted to by the time you hear the whole "dawn of light lying between..."
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You know, now that you mention that I didn't hear the chant. What woke me up was Alan's drum interlude. Scared the shit out of me!

The cats probably did it. They looked guilty. <img src=pix/jestera.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Postby in2yes » Tue Sep 03, 2002 7:57 am

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I am going to sit down and fill out all those wonderful papers for my kid's schools!!!!! I have successfully put it off until the last minute!!!!!

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Postby HeartOfTheSunrise » Tue Sep 03, 2002 8:45 am

The cats probably did it. They looked guilty. <img src=pix/jestera.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Mish, good think i know you are kidding
cause you know, of course, i would have to call the animal rights activists on you for blaming the poor defenseless kitties on this one

ATVM i am watching my cat watch me
i can't type without looking at the keyboard so i really AM watching my cat watch me

of course she will not look away till i do
don't ever try to get into a staring contest with your pet, you can't win

anyway, she is awake now, which more than i can say for myself
that meditation class i just came back from should include a warning about driving or operating heavy machinary when you come out of it

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Postby HeartOfTheSunrise » Tue Sep 03, 2002 8:47 am

i meant , i CAN type without looking at the keyboard
at least i thought i could
well i CAN but i can't check on fukups when i am not reading what i type

enough out of me though

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Postby perpetualchanger » Tue Sep 03, 2002 8:50 am

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HotS wrote:

that meditation class i just came back from should include a warning about driving or operating heavy machinary when you come out of it
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I have a yoga DVD that has a really great meditation at the end of it, and sometimes I have a really tough time getting off the floor, I'm so out of it.

TVM, I'm wondering where HotS took a meditation class, and how I would find one in my area!

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Postby guilddigger » Tue Sep 03, 2002 5:36 pm

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Postby Dr_Yes » Tue Sep 03, 2002 6:11 pm

ATVM I am thinking how sad it is that Stoutman feels the way he does. I, for one and I appluad the others of you who have said the same, sincerely hope he reconsiders as I always enjoy his point of view. But one must respect his decision at the end of the day.
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Postby Dr_Yes » Tue Sep 03, 2002 6:13 pm

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<b>Dr_Yes wrote:</b>
ATVM I am thinking how sad it is that Stoutman feels the way he does. I, for one and I appluad the others of you who have said the same, sincerely hope he reconsiders as I always enjoy his point of view. But one must respect his decision at the end of the day.

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APPLAUD - I just can't shake my keyboard dyslexia.
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