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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    Do they make any statements on Sparky or notSparky? It's always interesting to see what other people think about that.
    Well, they already knew a bunch about the show cause the person is friends with a bunch of Sparkies. So they seem pretty pro.

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    Good afternoon, Sparkies! Happy Sparky!Family Saturday!

    We are still a go for the NASA/SpaceX Demo-2 launch today! T-minus 14 minutes with blue skies, looking good!

    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    Hey, FH - on Tumblr someone is watching SGA for the first time and the person got to Kate's demise and was all "WTF?!?!?!" It's so funny to read these posts of theirs and then see the salty comments of the rest of us about the stupidity of later-stage SGA. That anger doesn't ever seem to fade.
    Never forgive. Never forget.

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    Do they make any statements on Sparky or notSparky? It's always interesting to see what other people think about that.
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    Well, they already knew a bunch about the show cause the person is friends with a bunch of Sparkies. So they seem pretty pro.
    Excellent!
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    Sparky is on screen. Therefore, it is canon. Elizabeth is still out there. And John WILL bring her home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    Hey, FH - on Tumblr someone is watching SGA for the first time and the person got to Kate's demise and was all "WTF?!?!?!" It's so funny to read these posts of theirs and then see the salty comments of the rest of us about the stupidity of later-stage SGA. That anger doesn't ever seem to fade.
    I approve of their reaction.

    Can you link their tumblr, I might be inclined to add my own bitter response to my Kate getting the short end of the stick.
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    Default Re: Elizabeth Weir/John Sheppard Appreciation/Ship/Discussion Thread

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    Never forgive. Never forget.
    That's precisely what I said!!



    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    I approve of their reaction.

    Can you link their tumblr, I might be inclined to add my own bitter response to my Kate getting the short end of the stick.


    I'm not following the person, so I've just seen random posts through other people.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Lazy Sunday!

    Crew Dragon is docked with the ISS!

    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    That's precisely what I said!!




    I'm not following the person, so I've just seen random posts through other people.
    Yeah, I saw your responses and thought, 'oh that poor newbie fan experiencing the rage we all felt. Bet they're glad to know they're not alone, LOL!'
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Lazy Sunday!

    Crew Dragon is docked with the ISS!
    We have a friend who is a genuine rocket scientist and is a consultant to SpaceX. He had a very small part in this launch from his office here but sends a group email with all sorts of insider info. Yesterday at church when he walked in, everybody burst into applause. It was a lovely moment. He sometimes also went out on ships with the Russians when they helped with the earlier launches. Brilliant guy of course but he had to ask Mr. SR to explain "the cloud" to him. Goes to show we all have little pockets of expert areas.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Canon Monday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    We have a friend who is a genuine rocket scientist and is a consultant to SpaceX. He had a very small part in this launch from his office here but sends a group email with all sorts of insider info. Yesterday at church when he walked in, everybody burst into applause. It was a lovely moment. He sometimes also went out on ships with the Russians when they helped with the earlier launches. Brilliant guy of course but he had to ask Mr. SR to explain "the cloud" to him. Goes to show we all have little pockets of expert areas.
    That is so awesome! Very cool to see the community recognize him. And LOL at needing the cloud explained! Yeah, we all have those areas.
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    Default Re: Elizabeth Weir/John Sheppard Appreciation/Ship/Discussion Thread

    I had a covid-19 test yesterday (cause I'm having a procedure on Weds) and I can still feel where the nasal swab felt like it entered my brain. I don't know if it was a test or a lobotomy.


    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    We have a friend who is a genuine rocket scientist and is a consultant to SpaceX. He had a very small part in this launch from his office here but sends a group email with all sorts of insider info. Yesterday at church when he walked in, everybody burst into applause. It was a lovely moment. He sometimes also went out on ships with the Russians when they helped with the earlier launches. Brilliant guy of course but he had to ask Mr. SR to explain "the cloud" to him. Goes to show we all have little pockets of expert areas.
    Now that's funny.

    That's really nice that he got that applause.

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    Thank you.

    Now to remember my password... cause I have an account but I haven't used it in a while.

    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    I had a covid-19 test yesterday (cause I'm having a procedure on Weds) and I can still feel where the nasal swab felt like it entered my brain. I don't know if it was a test or a lobotomy.
    Reminds me of that time in The Mummy where Evie is explaining mummification to Rick, telling him how they yanked the brain from the skull.

    Rick's reaction is still one of my favorite lines: "Please, don't put me up for mummification!"

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Smutty Tuesday!

    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    I had a covid-19 test yesterday (cause I'm having a procedure on Weds) and I can still feel where the nasal swab felt like it entered my brain. I don't know if it was a test or a lobotomy.
    Ouch!

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Reminds me of that time in The Mummy where Evie is explaining mummification to Rick, telling him how they yanked the brain from the skull.

    Rick's reaction is still one of my favorite lines: "Please, don't put me up for mummification!"
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    If I can pry the remote away from the teenage, I'll have two months work free to do a rewatch. Furlough in the summer can't be all that bad, right? They are still paying for health, dental & misc insurance, even my part, and phone/internet expenses. They are being pretty amazing about it.

    Minutes after I found out a friend called and invited me to spend two weeks at her beach house this summer. Fate.

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    I approve of their reaction.

    Can you link their tumblr, I might be inclined to add my own bitter response to my Kate getting the short end of the stick.
    One of many things to never forgive.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Lazy Sunday!

    Crew Dragon is docked with the ISS!



    Yeah, I saw your responses and thought, 'oh that poor newbie fan experiencing the rage we all felt. Bet they're glad to know they're not alone, LOL!'
    Ugh, and to go through it in a streaming manner. So fast, not like when it was doled out week by week for original viewers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    We have a friend who is a genuine rocket scientist and is a consultant to SpaceX. He had a very small part in this launch from his office here but sends a group email with all sorts of insider info. Yesterday at church when he walked in, everybody burst into applause. It was a lovely moment. He sometimes also went out on ships with the Russians when they helped with the earlier launches. Brilliant guy of course but he had to ask Mr. SR to explain "the cloud" to him. Goes to show we all have little pockets of expert areas.
    What a lovely moment at church! And when anytime I hear Russian scientist I think of the cosmonaut in Armageddon. "This is how we fix problems in Russian Space Station." *commences banging a wrench against the pipes*
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Screw the Angst Wednesday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    If I can pry the remote away from the teenage, I'll have two months work free to do a rewatch. Furlough in the summer can't be all that bad, right? They are still paying for health, dental & misc insurance, even my part, and phone/internet expenses. They are being pretty amazing about it.

    Minutes after I found out a friend called and invited me to spend two weeks at her beach house this summer. Fate.
    Now that's just awesomesauce on top of the awesome ice cream sundae!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    Ugh, and to go through it in a streaming manner. So fast, not like when it was doled out week by week for original viewers.
    It was excruciating. In a way, it was a relief when the show was cancelled and it was finally over.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    What a lovely moment at church! And when anytime I hear Russian scientist I think of the cosmonaut in Armageddon. "This is how we fix problems in Russian Space Station." *commences banging a wrench against the pipes*
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    What a lovely moment at church! And when anytime I hear Russian scientist I think of the cosmonaut in Armageddon. "This is how we fix problems in Russian Space Station." *commences banging a wrench against the pipes*
    Believe me he had some interesting stories about working with the Russians.

    I've finally recovered from spending Monday with the twins. But seriously, we had a lot of fun. We were able to play with the water hose on the deck. Mr. SR filled a bucket with water and they had a ball splashing and dunking their faces. SR Jr. said they learned that in swim class. They cried when splashed with the hose like they were being waterboarded every single time. Thing 2 grabbed the hose and sprayed himself in the face. Same reaction.

    They also enjoyed throwing their hats and balls over into the yard and watching dad retrieve them. When I pulled out the bottle of sunscreen, they came over and held out their arms. I guess we've done this before.

    They go catatonic when Sesame Street is on. Thing 1 likes to snuggle and read books but Thing 2 just runs back and forth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scary Kitty View Post
    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Screw the Angst Wednesday!
    Now that's just awesomesauce on top of the awesome ice cream sundae!

    It was excruciating. In a way, it was a relief when the show was cancelled and it was finally over.

    Right? I'm super excited. And one of our friends who lives a few hours south of me is going too. She will stop to pick up me and the kiddo up in her brand new RV. Southern chicks in an RV. Madness there will be.

    And as I'm also a Supernatural fan, I can relate all too well to that relief when it's finally over. 15 years. My dedication was bought with the eye candy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    Believe me he had some interesting stories about working with the Russians.

    I've finally recovered from spending Monday with the twins. But seriously, we had a lot of fun. We were able to play with the water hose on the deck. Mr. SR filled a bucket with water and they had a ball splashing and dunking their faces. SR Jr. said they learned that in swim class. They cried when splashed with the hose like they were being waterboarded every single time. Thing 2 grabbed the hose and sprayed himself in the face. Same reaction.

    They also enjoyed throwing their hats and balls over into the yard and watching dad retrieve them. When I pulled out the bottle of sunscreen, they came over and held out their arms. I guess we've done this before.

    They go catatonic when Sesame Street is on. Thing 1 likes to snuggle and read books but Thing 2 just runs back and forth.
    I'll bet he does have some interesting stories, lol. Probably some very unsettling stories, though I'm sure our own space program has had their fair share of MacGyver moments that would make me cringe.

    Glad you had fun with the twins- what a wonderful day. And I kid you not, I was googling sprinkler pools this weekend- for myself. I'm ready to embrace my inner toddler and play with the water hose. What is more likely is that I will actually use this summer for some kayak fun. I might finally purchase my own.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Fluffy Thursday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    Believe me he had some interesting stories about working with the Russians.
    I'll bet!

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    I've finally recovered from spending Monday with the twins. But seriously, we had a lot of fun. We were able to play with the water hose on the deck. Mr. SR filled a bucket with water and they had a ball splashing and dunking their faces. SR Jr. said they learned that in swim class. They cried when splashed with the hose like they were being waterboarded every single time. Thing 2 grabbed the hose and sprayed himself in the face. Same reaction.

    They also enjoyed throwing their hats and balls over into the yard and watching dad retrieve them. When I pulled out the bottle of sunscreen, they came over and held out their arms. I guess we've done this before.

    They go catatonic when Sesame Street is on. Thing 1 likes to snuggle and read books but Thing 2 just runs back and forth.
    Awwwww! So cute!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    Right? I'm super excited. And one of our friends who lives a few hours south of me is going too. She will stop to pick up me and the kiddo up in her brand new RV. Southern chicks in an RV. Madness there will be.
    Excellent!

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    And as I'm also a Supernatural fan, I can relate all too well to that relief when it's finally over. 15 years. My dedication was bought with the eye candy.
    To be honest, I feel that way about the MCU as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    I'll bet he does have some interesting stories, lol. Probably some very unsettling stories, though I'm sure our own space program has had their fair share of MacGyver moments that would make me cringe.
    There's always the Apollo 13 Air Filter Maneuver. At least it worked.

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    Glad you had fun with the twins- what a wonderful day. And I kid you not, I was googling sprinkler pools this weekend- for myself. I'm ready to embrace my inner toddler and play with the water hose. What is more likely is that I will actually use this summer for some kayak fun. I might finally purchase my own.
    Hah! Grown-up sprinkler pools! Or maybe a slip-n-slide...
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    Thing 2 grabbed the hose and sprayed himself in the face.
    Reminds me of those kids which stand near a waterfountain which disappears for several seconds into the ground before it reappears so they go and look where the water went, and get it square in the face when it comes back.

    Or when my sister is watering the plants and I squeeze the hose shut behind her back, so when she checks where the water went, I let go. Works every time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Reminds me of those kids which stand near a waterfountain which disappears for several seconds into the ground before it reappears so they go and look where the water went, and get it square in the face when it comes back.

    Or when my sister is watering the plants and I squeeze the hose shut behind her back, so when she checks where the water went, I let go. Works every time!
    Yes, the twins have a little pool like that. Thing 2 loves the water, so he sits down and lets himself be sprinkled. Thing 1 cries for Mama when the water squirts him. They also have a water table that they love to play in. Thing 2 likes to drink the water though, so you have to watch him. Hopefully soon they can continue their swimming lessons.

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    Thing 2 likes to drink the water though, so you have to watch him.
    Ew...
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Pretty Friday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Reminds me of those kids which stand near a waterfountain which disappears for several seconds into the ground before it reappears so they go and look where the water went, and get it square in the face when it comes back.

    Or when my sister is watering the plants and I squeeze the hose shut behind her back, so when she checks where the water went, I let go. Works every time!
    LMAO!

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    Yes, the twins have a little pool like that. Thing 2 loves the water, so he sits down and lets himself be sprinkled. Thing 1 cries for Mama when the water squirts him. They also have a water table that they love to play in. Thing 2 likes to drink the water though, so you have to watch him. Hopefully soon they can continue their swimming lessons.
    Awwww! Love to hear all these little bits and see how they're developing their own personalities.

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Ew...
    My thoughts exactly!
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