Post by Schph Gochi on Feb 11, 2003 4:50:11 GMT -5
When you renew your license plates you request the plate "Schph 1"
"There is a greater darkness than the one we fight. It is the darkness of the soul that has lost its way. Greater than the death of flesh is the death of hope, the death of dreams. Against this peril we can never surrender" livefromthegalaxyfarfaraway.blogspot.com/
Post by Jedimom/Cor-Al Gelkar on Feb 13, 2003 6:17:27 GMT -5
I too only use cell phones. I have one and my hubby has one. He has been ill for about 6 yeasr now and does a lot of travelling to and from doctors in two states. We both wanted phones and this way was a lot cheaper thana house phone and a cell for the number of minutes we use. Our computer is hooked up thorugh cable so anymore there really is no reason to have a home phone. I think around here in this small town I live in people think I am nuts. All home phone numbers start with the same prefix so when I write a check or something and they need my number they look at me blankly when I say its not what they expect...
"But Lord, during the most troubling and trying parts of my life, why was there only one set of footprints?" "Because," said the Lord. "Sandpeople always ride in single file to hide their numbers."
[glow=blue,3,0000]When you go to Disneyland and the people who work at the Star Trader know you.
When all your classmates know you by your Jedi name.
When you turn in your Fan Fic for English. (I got an A by the way.
When you call your cell phone your comlink.
Btw, cell phones make more sense than home phones. More options, they're portable (good for emergencies), and they're cheaper in some cases. As long as people don't use 'em in the car, they're a good thing.[/glow]
You make a second Jedi cloak that's less full and long so that you can wear it as your street coat (did that)
The rest of these I found somewhere and saved:
You're having trouble with the credit card scanner at work, and you mutter, "This credit card _will_ do fine."
You've gone bowling with your friends, and you walk up to one of them and say, "Concentrate on the moment. Feel, don't think. Use your instincts." ... Then she actually gets a strike.
You've ever wondered whether that bongo in TPM has power steering.
You say "It vanished!" and your (real) sister, who doesn't know Nute Gunray from a ray gun, says, "Like a Jedi!"
Saying the word "insane" results in a cry of "Darth Sane!" and a five-minute tangent on other ridiculous Sith name ideas -- for example "Darth Nanity" and "Darth Capable."
You have trouble watching the movie Mulan because it involves an Empire, and you're sure you heard a character say "Imperial scum!"
You watch The Haunting and you think the ghost of Hugh Crane looks suspiciously like Emperor Palpatine.
You actually start counting the number of oblique connections to Star Wars you can make in completely unrelated movies with Star Wars actors in them (for example Les Miserables and Schindler's List).
You compare the mold cast for the Senator Palpatine and Darth Sidious figures, and are disappointed when they're obviously not the same.
You wonder while making your Jedi costume what color socks real Jedi wear -- or if they wear socks at all.
You stop at a gas station to ask for directions and pick up a soda, and come out of it with a twelve-pack of Diet Pepsi (which you don't drink) and three individual cans of Pepsi, because you need them to complete your collection.
You find you have difficulty pronouncing the word "lifesaver" correctly.
Post by Naibek Retnuh on Mar 7, 2003 15:59:40 GMT -5
While doing school work, some one points their finger at you and says: bingeww bingeww And you "block" it whith your pencil. (Toba and I are sitting at the two different computers in the room, and we found our selves actually doing this ;D.)
Naibek Retnuh - previously known as Tek Qaf
There is an island of opportunity in the middle of each difficulty. Miss that, though, and you're pretty much doomed.
It hurts to admit it when you make a mistake, but if it's big enough, the pain only lasts an instant.