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"JimmDogg" wrote:
Most people here say ""tar-git"". My dad actually introduced me to the ""Tar-jhay"" pronounciation, and it was a joke. He is from Michigan. I have never heard someone say ""tar-jhay"" here and be serious, but I wouldn''t put anything past some of our hillbillies. People consider Target an ""upscale"" Wal-Mart, so that could explain the ""fancy"" pronounciation.

FYI - Target is pretty new in Florida. They are all over the place now, but 10 years ago I didn''t know what ""Target"" was.

The sad part is that most people think they''re the first to come up with ""Tar-jhay"" and are as shocked as hell when they find out other people use it.

"Supertanker" wrote:
I think points should be deducted for liking games because that means competition for the good hardware or increased costs to provide more. :D

Ok, my take on this, is . . . while dual rig costs can be initially high, the arguement for future upgrades has been removed. The pound of flesh you loose over a new vid card is now gone. Add points back. Again, how can you be upset with a spouse who games? No yelling at you for coming to bed after midnight. No harping on you for skipping dish duty to conquer Egypt. Total understanding of scheduled game start and stop times for GameCal. I mean the benefits out weigh the negatives.

With even a mild case of upgrade-itis you quickly accumulate a surplus of parts. My wife doesn''t game but I keep her system current as a guest seat just by moving my usurped hardware into her box.

Ah but if she is a true gamer she is not going to settle for surplus parts. She will demand that same specs as you have. After all how is she going to be elite CS player if she is not on the fastest of the fast. So when you buy that new $500 vid card it is now $1000 since you need 2.

Aslo while you are skipping the dishes to counquer egypt she is skipping the dishes also to get online in time for a clan Quake match.

Soon you are in dept from keeping 2 copies of all the latest games and 2 state of the art gaming rigs. You will find yourself up to your elbows in dirty dishes. Both of you are grumpy due to lack of sleep. The social life you once had because your non-gaming spouse was keeping you connected has been replaced with you both being unshaven and unwashed.

This is a road to hell I tell you!

Blasphemy! Do not ruin my dream of a eden paradise of playing strip CS or whatever game you want with my future wife! I swear to god if you kill the swinging couples vision of the future while gaming hell hath no fury for what I may do to you.

Don''t forget you will lose all arguments about who should leave their game to do chores, since she controls the supply of naughty bits. Pretty soon you''ll be wearing an apron, standing nearby with a tray of drinks and videocards, waiting for her to finish that level.

"duckilama" wrote:
""Target"" is what Luna has painted on my back in Joint Ops.
:D

Actually, it''s on your forehead.

Hey now..

Not all of us American gaming girls are fat, ugly and antisocial. Some of us (although admittedly, we are rare) simply get a kick out of picking off all of you ""men"", then rubbing it in your face that you were shot by a cute, harmless (and lethal) girl. Ducki is an expert on this.

RPG''s don''t have the same flavor for me- I can''t help seeing it as a digitalized, even geekier version of Dungeons and Dragons.

Where''s the mountain dew?

Since we''re on the topic, what does Ohio accent sound like? My sociology prof sais she''s ohio, but hers just sounded like blonde talk.

There is no such thing as Ohio. Thats the blonde talking to you.

I''m actually in Kentucky, but have been told by some that I sound only a little like I''m from here, and by others that I don''t have much of an accent of any kind.

I find both opinions very odd. I always assumed I sounded just like any other hillbilly.

Perhaps those that have been on teamspeak with me could clarify?

Also, as far as the girl gamer situation goes I would have to say it would have far more positives than negatives. I''m with Edwin on this one.

"maladen" wrote:
This is a road to hell I tell you!

Ahhh. See now the wisdom you display has grown from that of a dim candle to a blinding light of near biblical proportions. While I am sure I could argue against said road to hell, in my particular case it''s just a fantasy having married a non-gamer wife. I bow to your infinit wisdom and now throw my lot in with Edwin. Damn you for destroying the fantasy.

I''m actually in Kentucky, but have been told by some that I sound only a little like I''m from here, and by others that I don''t have much of an accent of any kind.

Was your dad military? I was born a military brat, then he got hired by an oil company, so I moved every 3 years as a kid. I have a chameleon accent. Thrown into a new environment, I don''t have much of one at all. After a couple of weeks, I''ll start picking up idiosyncracies of those around me. I''m sure it''s a survival technique.

Anyway, I''ve found that folks that moved a lot in their childhood tend to have less pronouced accents than those that have deep roots.

Of course, I can turn on the Texas when I want to, which also comes in handy.

Of course, I can turn on the Texas when I want to, which also comes in handy.

How exactly does one turn on the Texas?

Getting on the back of your pickup truck with drinks and shooting guns randomly in the air.

How exactly does one turn on the Texas?

I dunno. You''re from Canada. Ever go visit the French part(Quebec? I dunno.) and alter certain parts of your speech to fit in better?
Kinda like that, but bigger.

Ever go visit the French part(Quebec? I dunno.)

Oui, Québec.

Soooo... do you keep spurs and a hat in your trunk?
I''m with you duckilama. I was born in the states, grew up in Germany, moved back to the states when I was nine. Accents come and go. I was back in germany a couple years ago and after a week people couldn''t tell I had ever left. I visited a friend who lived up in Nakusp, BC, a few more years ago and within a week I sounded like a local. *grin* Then, before that I spent a year in Paraguay as a foreign exchange student. I can now curse semi-fluently in Guarani!

Once your brain learns to adapt to different modes of speech I don''t think it ever forgets! The worst part of this? We make excellent telemarketers!!

I dunno, I think we probably sound like the people in Fargo.

""Oh, geez, oh that''s just peachy Bob""

Actually we don''t here in Vancouver, but there''s definitely the Fargo flavor in Saskatchewan (sandwiched right in the middle of Canada).

Man I don''t know how I''d talk if I went to Quebec, I''d probably say ""oui"" a lot and twist my fake moustache. Man I love stereotypes! (just like in Vancouver we are all a bunch of pot smoking, granola eating dirty hippies)

I''m sure I could pull off a nice Texan accent, I''ve seen a lot of movies with Texans. Ya''ll sound like Colonel Sanders but with a bit more edge, right?

in Vancouver we are all a bunch of pot smoking, granola eating dirty hippies

I have got to start jobhunting in Canada.
I don''t know what Colonel Sanders sounded like.
The duelist from the Simpson''s episode where Homer slaps everyone with a glove is pretty close, though I vaguely remember him being more Deep South southern than Texan.
Speaking of which, and getting back slightly on topic...
... And the southern girls,
with the way they talk,
they keep their boyfriends
warm at night.

if I went to Quebec, I''d probably say ""oui"" a lot and twist my fake moustache.

Moustache? Enlight me, I''m clueless about that moustache sterotype and I kinda live here. Seriously, I don''t think anybody below 50 wears one around here.

This reminds me of a post Certis made at Evilavatar back then where he said women in Quebec all had hair under their armpits. I''ve been living here for almost 33 years and I have yet to see one.

I was just kidding, I think most people get ""France"" and ""Quebec"" mixed up although they are very different in many ways.

I''d love to check out Montreal one day, hopefully I can somehow make it work related and expense it Yeah I''m dreaming. General feeling I''ve gotten from people is to skip Toronto and check out Montreal instead.

Anyway, back to eating my granola, smoking my potent marijuana, and rubbing on some patouli oil

General feeling I''ve gotten from people is to skip Toronto and check out Montreal instead.

I''m obviously biased but anyway: HELL YEAH!
Anyway, back to eating my granola, smoking my potent marijuana, and rubbing on some patouli oil

Wait for me! Wait for me!

Doesn''t Toronto have the best strip clubs in North America?

I don''t know JimmDogg, but here''s another question.. is it true that dancers can only go topless in the states?

I even remember a few shows back in the day that.. uh... involved toys and erm.. multiple females. Not really your standard everyday stripper/pole routine

"Swat" wrote:
I don''t know JimmDogg, but here''s another question.. is it true that dancers can only go topless in the states?

I even remember a few shows back in the day that.. uh... involved toys and erm.. multiple females. Not really your standard everyday stripper/pole routine :lol:

Depends on the state. Not that I would know from first hand experience mind you.

I heard they can get really freaky in Toronto and they are all really hot. I think about that ""fact"" way to much.

I think ""gentleman''s entertainment"" is always subject to the local laws in the US. There''s no ""Stripper"" provision in the US Law book. Where I am in the Tampa Metro Area, you have two kinds of clubs, those that serve alcohol and those that do not. In the DRY clubs (which only exist in Tampa) it''s fully nude. In the WET clubs, you have to be fully clothed which in another strange interpretation of the law usually means pasties and a g-string. And then there is the 10-foot rule, which as you can guess is supposed to keep patrons 10 feet from the ladies. This rule is new and not enforced very well. But every once in a while they do raids and take some unlucky bastards go to the clink.

I am looking forward to my trip to Canada.

"Swat" wrote:
.... but here''s another question.. is it true that dancers can only go topless in the states?

This varies by county and state.

Never heard of Toronto''s strip clubs but there''s like one every block up here.

I wouldnt have married my wife if she was a gamer...or for that matter a sports fan.

There are somethings that are best left seperate... doing too many things together and spending too much time together cant end up being good.

I like that we have our own things