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ayesinback at 7:19PM, May 6, 2016
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Piccadilly weepers.

I was reading a story by M. R. James and could not begin to guess what they are.
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HippieVan at 8:13PM, May 6, 2016
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world psychiatric association soviet union

I was giving a conference presentation today on punitive psychiatry in the Soviet Union and I left some of my notes at home, so I wanted to verify a date quickly before I presented. In the end no one asked about international responses so I didn't need it. Not too interesting, sorry.
Duchess of Friday Newsposts and the holy Top Ten
Gunwallace at 8:51PM, May 6, 2016
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Piccadilly weepers. Because I read your post and wondered. Before that it was “Mushroom spore propagation”. (We are growing oyster mushrooms.)
David ‘Gunwallace’ Tulloch, www.virtuallycomics.com
HippieVan at 9:08PM, May 6, 2016
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Mine is also now Piccadilly Weepers.
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ozoneocean at 11:13PM, May 6, 2016
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Don't Google that! Let me save you some time.
“Piccadilly Weepers” is what you get when you have prostate issues.
Time for the Depends…

Last thing I Googled was NZ GMT. :)
Those buggers are 12 hours +. Can you get more than that?
 
Ironscarf at 3:39AM, May 7, 2016
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Do Google maps count? I sometimes use satellite or streetview for visual research and did this yesterday before visiting a particular spot. Naturally enough, a guy came out wanting to know why I was lurking behind his bins.
I told him I was trying to identify a small songbird, because the truth - “looking for a weak point in the cemetery perimiter, where a vampire hunter might easily enter under cover of darkness” sounds a little bit dodgy.
 
bravo1102 at 5:40AM, May 7, 2016
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Weird al the saga begins back on May the 4th for Star Wars Day.
ayesinback at 7:38AM, May 7, 2016
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This is something I would prefer not to see, especially at a weak point in a cemetery perimeter. Although maybe Weird Al could make it work, as he does with so many other things.
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Hawk at 6:48PM, May 7, 2016
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Printer cartridges. Did you know it costs over $400 to replace all the cartridges in my printer when it runs out?
 
binaryfaye at 7:01AM, May 9, 2016
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Working on the penciling for Chapter 5 of my comic I “got” to look up what a major burn looks like and a cheek laceration.

WHY?! What kind of comic am I writing?! I just wanted a cute little magical girl story!

…I'm hemophobic!…

KimLuster at 8:02AM, May 9, 2016
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My work demands that I google all sorts of things work-related, so those don't count… Last think I googled just ‘cause I wanted… Hmmm… I remember googling ’If Jesus was a girl' and reading several links, including a good discussion on the Straight Dope boards…!
Bruno Harm at 9:47AM, May 9, 2016
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The same thing I google every night, Pinky. How to take over the world!
ozoneocean at 10:04AM, May 9, 2016
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Google Pinky TA!
The last thing I Googled was the temperature of liquid Ozone. It's not that cold… Liquid nitrogen is MUCH colder. Liquid Ozone is prettier though- ultramarine blue to dark indego and violet.
 
Bruno Harm at 10:53AM, May 9, 2016
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I just googled eli5.
bravo1102 at 12:18AM, May 10, 2016
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Marder III. I wanted to review the main gun types on the different variants.
ayesinback at 8:24AM, May 10, 2016
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Adobe CS3 serial number invalid

I tried opening Photoshop and all of a sudden it wants the license agreement and serial number again. And then I'm checking the number again and again to locate a nonexistent typo when the number is rejected. Hoping system restore does its magic because Google didn't.

Edit: flamingos
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Banes at 5:09PM, July 6, 2016
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“Writing teists in stories” (I think I meant ‘twists’)
“Scary clowns”



lba at 6:27PM, July 6, 2016
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In order; my last 5 searches:

“Gaping Chest Wound”
“Holocaust Bodies”
“Ilsa, Shewolf of the SS”
“Burning Humvee”
“Modified D9 Bulldozer”

In my defense, I was not just looking these things up because I have some weird kink, although I was fascinated to find that Ilsa apparently wasn't so twisted that they couldn't make 3 sequels of it.
ozoneocean at 7:40PM, July 6, 2016
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“Asthma Foundation WA”

I needed their logo. -_-

Not nearly as fun as lba's weird sex fetish! :D
 
bravo1102 at 9:10PM, July 6, 2016
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lba wrote:
In order; my last 5 searches:

“Gaping Chest Wound”
“Holocaust Bodies”
“Ilsa, Shewolf of the SS”
“Burning Humvee”
“Modified D9 Bulldozer”

In my defense, I was not just looking these things up because I have some weird kink, although I was fascinated to find that Ilsa apparently wasn't so twisted that they couldn't make 3 sequels of it.

Now what I can't figure is how you got from Ilsa to burning HMMV and modified bulldozer.

Of course I have all four Ilsa movies on DVD. Interesting that one was even directed by that master of 1970s horror-porn Jess Franco.

Nazi atrocity is an interesting sub genre of gore/grind house cinema of the 1970s. Ilsa:She Wolf of the SS is just the best known example.

My last few searches to show mundane I am:
Humbrol enamel cockpit green
Humbrol h250 desert sand
Ace 1/72 centurion

Two are paints I am having trouble finding and the last was checking price point on a new model kit.
fallopiancrusader at 7:37AM, July 7, 2016
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“Shittyflute”

The legend of shittyflute is looming large on the internet, so I had to find out more. After a long search, I have finally found shittyflute's YouTube channel. Now, he or she is currently my favorite musician!
usedbooks at 3:13PM, July 7, 2016
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“time it takes to run a mile”
“christmas lights”
“beagle colors”
“hamiltonstovare”
“amphicyon”


The top three were webcomic research. The others were mentioned by someone, and I wanted to see pictures and know more.
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ozoneocean at 9:11PM, July 7, 2016
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fallopiancrusader wrote:
“Shittyflute”
Sounds like a nasty, nasty sex thing…
 
bravo1102 at 9:29PM, July 7, 2016
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ozoneocean wrote:
fallopiancrusader wrote:
“Shittyflute”
Sounds like a nasty, nasty sex thing…

I'm thinking about the lonely needy girl at band camp.
lba at 2:48PM, July 8, 2016
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bravo1102 wrote:
lba wrote:
In order; my last 5 searches:

“Gaping Chest Wound”
“Holocaust Bodies”
“Ilsa, Shewolf of the SS”
“Burning Humvee”
“Modified D9 Bulldozer”

In my defense, I was not just looking these things up because I have some weird kink, although I was fascinated to find that Ilsa apparently wasn't so twisted that they couldn't make 3 sequels of it.

Now what I can't figure is how you got from Ilsa to burning HMMV and modified bulldozer.

Of course I have all four Ilsa movies on DVD. Interesting that one was even directed by that master of 1970s horror-porn Jess Franco.

Nazi atrocity is an interesting sub genre of gore/grind house cinema of the 1970s. Ilsa:She Wolf of the SS is just the best known example.

My last few searches to show mundane I am:
Humbrol enamel cockpit green
Humbrol h250 desert sand
Ace 1/72 centurion

Two are paints I am having trouble finding and the last was checking price point on a new model kit.

Eh… you'd be surprised what professional illustrators find themselves looking up. Not by far the most disturbing or disparate things I've ever searched for.

It more had to do with an attempt at a tangent search, trying to find the real-life individual those movies were “based on” because I couldn't remember the name Irma Griese ( Go ahead and look that up, for anyone who wants to know what a sick f**k truly looks like. ). The graphic novel I was contracted to work on as an editor/inker has two parallel stories running about a current Iraq vet doing their tour and returning to cope with PTSD, along with the story of his grandfather fighting in north Africa and Sicily before being captured as a Jew and sent to the camp where she was a guard before coming home and coping with PTSD in a time they didn't have words for it.
ashtree house at 8:35PM, July 8, 2016
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I am doing an occupational first aid course, and couldn't find the answer in my ref book for the life of me, so my recent google search was:

I have aids do I have to tell my employer?

Random to friends using my computer who don't know I am in a first aid course…..
bravo1102 at 6:20PM, July 11, 2016
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And the last thing I Googled was Nazi atrocity grind house movies. Turns out they started with film adaptations of semi-autobiographical novels about SS brothels… or something along those lines.
And Ilsa is based on a real person. The wife of one of the concentration camp commandants.
ayesinback at 9:04PM, July 16, 2016
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Music at end of Grace and Frankie season 2 episode 7.

Answer: The Feeling by Alabama Shakes. Well alright.
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Ironscarf at 4:05AM, July 17, 2016
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Those Alabama Shakes are pretty damn fine!

BBC Weather.
 
ozoneocean at 6:19AM, July 17, 2016
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I thought that was “Alabama snakes”…




My last search was: “gppgle search history”

…'cos I didn't know what I'd last Googled and I miss-typed :)
 

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