I'll show you a picture of myself if you show one of yours. Deal?

PR's professional photo looks like a super badass Wilfred Brimley ready to own me in a philosophical debate.

Demosthenes wrote:

PR's professional photo looks like a super badass Wilfred Brimley ready to own me in a philosophical debate.

DEEEEBATEUS

In all seriousness, though, that photo makes him look every inch the Yale professor he could be.

Rubb Ed wrote:
Demosthenes wrote:

PR's professional photo looks like a super badass Wilfred Brimley ready to own me in a philosophical debate.

DEEEEBATEUS

In all seriousness, though, that photo makes him look every inch the Yale professor he could be.

Hell yeah, I hope I look that badass when I'm older. Lesson one, I need a pipe.

The before and after results from Extra Life 2013 ... ah the fun of reaching my goal, but at least the hair is going to a good cause as well

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Bald is a good look for you.

edit: Hey, I have a little golden helicopter now!

ShynDarkly wrote:

The before and after results from Extra Life 2013 ... ah the fun of reaching my goal, but at least the hair is going to a good cause as well

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Yeah, super good look! Not a ton of guys can pull that off.

I'm a pretty big fan of the shaved pate. Been lazy about it myself, but it's good stuff.

I'm on the left in the pic below.

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ShynDarkly wrote:

The before and after results from Extra Life 2013 ... ah the fun of reaching my goal, but at least the hair is going to a good cause as well

IMAGE(http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3784/10672778923_9ca3c04823_n.jpg)

Dude! Mad respect for cutting the locks for a cause. And I agree that the new look is a good one. Of course, that's the same look I sport when I'm not being a lazy bigger.

Phoenix Rev wrote:

The same friend that took Rubb's photo also took a few of me and a couple of me and Rubb.

Here is my professorial look:

IMAGE(http://www.feastinginphoenix.com/images/ProfZach.jpg)

And here is a really nice shot of me and Rubb.

IMAGE(http://www.feastinginphoenix.com/images/RubbEDPR.jpg)

You guys are so damn adorable!

Phoenix Rev wrote:

The same friend that took Rubb's photo also took a few of me and a couple of me and Rubb.

Here is my professorial look:

IMAGE(http://www.feastinginphoenix.com/images/ProfZach.jpg)

That's one classy dude right there

That photo smells of rich mahogany!

Slumberland wrote:

That photo smells of rich mahogany!

And Cheez-Its.

muttonchop wrote:
Slumberland wrote:

That photo smells of rich mahogany!

And Cheez-Its.

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Fixed that for ya.

Slumberland wrote:

That photo smells of Corinthian leather!

FTFY

Phoenix Rev wrote:

The same friend that took Rubb's photo also took a few of me and a couple of me and Rubb.

Here is my professorial look:

IMAGE(http://www.feastinginphoenix.com/images/ProfZach.jpg)

I would hire this law firm.

Meant to post this earlier. It's from the wedding I attended last weekend.
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it should also serve as my day zero for Movember.

Rob_Anybody wrote:

Meant to post this earlier. It's from the wedding I attended last weekend.
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it should also serve as my day zero for Movember.

Nice pic! What the heck is that behind you?

Asterith wrote:
Rob_Anybody wrote:

Meant to post this earlier. It's from the wedding I attended last weekend.
IMAGE(http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/nn175/Rob_Anybody_82/20131103_142715.jpg)
it should also serve as my day zero for Movember.

Nice pic! What the heck is that behind you?

I've seen this before. It's a massive hornet's nest. The picture following this is a nightmarish hellscape of stinging and begging for merciful death.

It would have been, but I stunned the Hornets with the shininess of my suit, and my impeccable style. I proceeded to buy them all a beer, and now we're friends. True story.

Rob_Anybody wrote:

Meant to post this earlier. It's from the wedding I attended last weekend.
IMAGE(http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/nn175/Rob_Anybody_82/20131103_142715.jpg)
it should also serve as my day zero for Movember.

So how is Movember going to work with the Drill Instructors?

trichy wrote:

I've seen this before. It's a massive hornet's nest. The picture following this is a nightmarish hellscape of stinging and begging for merciful death.

IMAGE(http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view1/1416886/oprah-s-bees-o.gif)

Falchion wrote:
garion333 wrote:
Falchion wrote:

Haven't posted here in awhile, but was out over the Halloween weekend with the Ladyfriend and had a good time although we didn't dress up.

IMAGE(http://i.imgur.com/wkh4yolh.jpg)Me caught with a goofy smile.

IMAGE(http://i.imgur.com/E1lJH9L.jpg)Ladyfriend

IMAGE(http://i.imgur.com/jcsd53H.jpg)Ladyfriend with Walter White, who was surprised that we knew who he is even though the show has not been shown on any local channel (nor will it ever be).

If I ever become rich and afford to live where you do, I'm totally moving there.

Singapore? It's awesome here. Best of south-East Asia contained in a modern city state where near everyone speaks English. US greenback still stronger than our local dollar so you shouldn't have to worry too much about being rich, rather that if you have the relevant skills to get a job here.

What was it that made you think of moving here?

Ahem. Your lady friend.

Tbh, I'd love to live in Singapore, but it is seriously expensive regardless of the value of the dollar.

HedgeWizard wrote:
muttonchop wrote:
Slumberland wrote:

That photo smells of rich mahogany!

And Cheez-Its.

IMAGE(http://i314.photobucket.com/albums/ll439/THESE-PICS-ARE-EPIC/vgiq93.gif)

Fixed that for ya.

Oh, man, those spoofs were hilarious. Need to watch them again.

garion333 wrote:

Oh, man, those spoofs were hilarious. Need to watch them again.

I'll have to post up some old grade school pictures and PAL soccer league pictures with David Blaine. Back then, I knew him as David Bukalo. Awkward kid with glasses and a mini afro. We used to be big into trading baseball cards and magic. Well, he did the magic. I spent most of the time trying to figure out how he did it.

Posted this in another thread so I figured I might as well post it here.

Me and Wifey in Louisiana on our New Orleans trip.
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Our son Émile
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Daughter Maya
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Going through photos from the summer, here's one with life lesson attached:

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Rules for hiking: don't run out of water in Middle of Nowehere, Ukraine. In the background you can see my buddy and about 5 hours of mountain range we had to walk on one glass of water each. What you can't see is further two hours of trail in front of us, that we had to do (mostly uphill) to get to the water. Jesus, that was a miserable day.

You'd think that after ten years of doing this we would know better.

FSeven wrote:
garion333 wrote:

Oh, man, those spoofs were hilarious. Need to watch them again.

I'll have to post up some old grade school pictures and PAL soccer league pictures with David Blaine. Back then, I knew him as David Bukalo. Awkward kid with glasses and a mini afro. We used to be big into trading baseball cards and magic. Well, he did the magic. I spent most of the time trying to figure out how he did it.

Oh man, you knew him growing up? Pretty cool.

Your kids look cute and happy. They couldn't possibly have come from you.

Nevin73 wrote:

So how is Movember going to work with the Drill Instructors?

Thankfully, I don't have to deal with drill sergeants anymore. That was just in basic. Though from what I hear they're bringing them back to AIT. Either way, I'm well done with that. Army regs allow mustaches, they just can't extend past the left and right edge of the lips, and can't cover the top part of the upper lip. The army 'stache pretty much looks horrible on anyone, but it's Movember dammit.
Week one:
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garion333 wrote:

Ahem. Your lady friend.

Tbh, I'd love to live in Singapore, but it is seriously expensive regardless of the value of the dollar.

Ah yes. She is, however, spoken for. Please refer to my sig.

Hmm, in terms of migrating here and raising a family, yes Singapore is terribly expensive. The cost of getting a car or house here is astronomically high. But if you're coming over as an expat to work for a time, make use of our clean and extensive public transport services, don't mind renting an small apartment with a few others, you can still make out all right and enjoy your time here as well. Or at least that's what I've been able to gather from listening to others.

That's a great backdrop on the shot with you and your wife, FSeven. Is that a long walking path stretching out into the distance behind the two of you? Where was that taken? I swear I've seen that background somewhere before.

Two for one; you get to see me and my cat Mango! My mom snapped this whilst I snoozed, unaware. I like how my arms look sort of like M.C. Escher arms. Follow the lines!

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