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Pax Acidus Moved

Post by Sloth » Fri Dec 22, 2006 7:55 am

I don't know if anyone cares, but we moved to a dedicated server. The people at the shared hosting were complaining that we were taking up too many CPU cycles.

There may be a few problems, but I think this is mostly a Good Thing to have a dedicated server.

Merry Christmas & Shit

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Have a Pax Acidus Christmas, everyone!

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Post by TragicPixie » Sun Dec 24, 2006 7:44 pm

yay .... !!!!
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Post by marky » Mon Dec 25, 2006 12:06 am

We got a new server at work too, so this is great. Servers all around!

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Post by marky » Mon Dec 25, 2006 12:07 am

I wonder why we were taking up CPU cycles. I didn't know a website had the power to do that unless it was hijacking your computer or something.

Maybe they just meant that we ought to get out and ride our bicycles...

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Post by TragicPixie » Mon Dec 25, 2006 2:31 am

I want a bicycle... that would be nice... *le sigh*
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Post by marky » Mon Dec 25, 2006 3:00 am

Rest assured I don't have a bicycle either. But I have Ultravox CD's from the early 80's and that's almost as good.

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Post by TragicPixie » Mon Dec 25, 2006 5:19 am

hehe... I have a new hello kitty waffle maker: so I prolly should get that bicycle.
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Post by marky » Mon Dec 25, 2006 10:10 am

Jesus, I have to pass out eventually tonight, Even if I did accidentally stab a fork in my thumb. I've finally got it to stop bleeding. It was all cause I was stabbing my potatoes with a fork.

Where's that aspirin? IT is so fucking bedtime right now.

Thank god at least this time I don't have a headache. I am headache free, that's right.

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Post by marky » Mon Dec 25, 2006 10:12 am

Pixie, it's wrong to brag abut having a waffle maker. That is just wrong. I wish I had a waffle maker.

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Post by TragicPixie » Tue Dec 26, 2006 7:57 am

heh. if you come visit me I will make you waffles. Hello kitty head shaped waffles. They will be fabulous - because by that time I will have learned to make waffles. Right now I am so drunk I am contemplating using muffin mix. It seems yummy but mayb enot like such a good idea.
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Post by marky » Sat Jan 06, 2007 11:00 am

Pixie where are you? I'm bored and drunk. I have a weird picture of you and J in my mind though from the messages you left on my phone last weekend. It's like there's a photograph of you guys with a couch and I can only see a vague idea of it in my mind.

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Post by TragicPixie » Sun Jan 07, 2007 2:00 am

at the moment... at home relaxing with a bottle of red wine and going over the drama. There is a wedding expo thing I'm going to with my mum and a friend tomorrow to look at everything tacky I do not want. Feel free to call us ... if we're getting it on I won't answer.
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Post by marky » Sun Jan 07, 2007 2:56 am

Okay fair enough I didn't try to call you last night but I don't remember what time that was anyway or if it would have been too late to call. Considering the shopping I did earlier in the evening it was probably too late to call and I guess I was addicted to the internet, too.

Don't get anything tacky.

All that comes to mind right now is Princess Di's dress and how grand it seemed at the time she got married and yet how very bland it seemed 25 years later. You would never have thought nicer wedding dresses could exist back then but looking at it now, she could have done better. Even a sortof low key one with lace even - I can see it in my mind now - Not too long, no big cleavage story, just long rather tight fit sleeves (an inch of leeway between the fabric and your arm, no more) and fabric all the way up to the collar ar with this shiny white lace all over the dress and not a mini skirt, but just below or above the knees. And you know what I mean? Really elegant and classy but very very simple at the same time. I see it as kindof a tight fitting dress, but not too tight.

God I don't know why I have this vision of a grey haired skinny woman who is wearing this dress in my brain. Don't you ever get just weird visions sometimes? Well you're not a Pisces then.

Yeah...wedding dresses. But what will the groom wear? That's far more difficult, I think. Hell with those ruffled white shirts. Hell with them. He'll look like he's from the 70's fucking forget that shit.

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Post by marky » Sun Jan 07, 2007 3:01 am

Anyway I'm prejudiced because I saw Meatloaf dressed in one of those today...

I don't mean to knock those long ruffled shirts that goths wear, but I bet J isn't the type for those either. Maybe he can be casual, too. Just like you. Simple. He won't even wear a tie at all. He'll just wear a black blazer with an white oxford shirt underneath, and slacks to match the blazer. Now that's class, baby.

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