Smitty

smitty


I am just a very thin layer of charming with some funny sprinkles wrapped around a huge creamy center of raging arrogant a-hole.

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If the moose goes in the pool it means we get 6 more weeks of summer 5 comments
smitty · 8 weeks ago
Where else? Well... most of the state of Maine, New Hampshire from roughly the Lakes Region north and pretty much most of Vermont.

Hell, we have Moose warning signs on the 101 between Manchester and I95.
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He's just trying to learn 6 comments
smitty · 8 weeks ago
I was going to say Watership Down, but also the wrong section.
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Being ambidexterious 3 comments
smitty · 8 weeks ago
I'm sorry, but that's a dick move.
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Greece, Skyathos. This bar is called Tesla and the wifi’s password is literally 3 comments
smitty · 9 weeks ago
* I hope Elon and this bar don't run into any troubles with the Tesla estate.
Looks like we have something else to worry about 9 comments
smitty · 9 weeks ago
Sooo... who had C.H.U.D.s for June?
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Friendly reminder to give your knife a name 12 comments
smitty · 9 weeks ago
r/unexpectedscp
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cold 4 comments
smitty · 10 weeks ago
Perhaps... but we don't know the story. Maybe he's just a D-Bag rager that needs to be on a list registered with the police.
Ooorrr, it's equally possible that this is kharma doing is job because she's a self-centered Karen thot.

Because isn't that a thing now? Men having some self respect and expressing emotion they weren't allowed to before? Respecting their emotion and not letting someone shit on them?
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*Mission: Impossible theme plays* 9 comments
smitty · 10 weeks ago
Probably. Those shots on that list are frankly absurd. For one of them, the shooter had to elevate the shot for the bullet drop so much, the target was outside the field of view in the scope
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*Mission: Impossible theme plays* 9 comments
smitty · 10 weeks ago
To the other nations of the world I'll say this: Canada may have the reputation of being the nicest people on the planet, but don't forget they hold three out of the top five longest distance confirmed sniper kills. Not to mention two of them should have been impossible.
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Hue hue hue 4 comments
smitty · 10 weeks ago
Oh and don't forget that the Brits don't entirely use the Metric system either. They use a bastardized system of Metric, Imperial and bits from systems even more archaic than Imperial.

Like stone. Wtf!?
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What would be the odds of that? 7 comments
smitty · 10 weeks ago
Given the epic shit show and massive cluster fuck the entire Gallipoli campain was, it's a wonder this didn't happen more.
When a Trash-Panda invites you to go save the Galaxy.. You go save the galaxy 2 comments
smitty · 10 weeks ago
AHHHH-AHH-AHH AHH-AHHM!
Hooked on a feelin'!
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Started growing plants at home during the quarantine because of COVID-19 2 comments
smitty · 11 weeks ago
In your face Neil Armstrong! :)
Remember when samwise gamgee incited a race war? 3 comments
smitty · 12 weeks ago
To be fair, she's only half elf. She's also half demigod... sort of giving her a bit of an outside perspective.
That's also why she was so frighteningly powerful.
What's a tactical purse look like? 3 comments
smitty · 13 weeks ago
Perhaps...
Go do an image search for cargo skirt.
They have pockets. You're welcome.
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Ah, Heidelberg, my beautiful city 10 comments
smitty · 13 weeks ago
I did, it was quite facinating, as was the Tun. Large enough that it needs a staircase to the top and enough room on it for a small dance floor? You have my attention.

A long time ago, I went to Hammond Castle. While it could be consitered a genuine, real castle, it was built in 1925 by an eccentric inventor.

Visiting Heidelburg was something else entirely.

On a related note, it was on that trip to Germany that I finished reading Harry Potter book seven.
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Ah, Heidelberg, my beautiful city 10 comments
smitty · 13 weeks ago
Just checking to be sure... when it comes to naming things, you never know. :-)
I've been to the castle and that wine barrel is quite frankly and delightfully absurd.
Ah, Heidelberg, my beautiful city 10 comments
smitty · 13 weeks ago
Heidelberg... as in the castle of the same name?
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Dha dha dhhhaaaaaa 2 comments
smitty · 15 weeks ago
Seveneves.
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I'd pay for that 13 comments
smitty · 15 weeks ago
Well... outdated experience anyway. Antiquated ways of doing things that aren't always in line with modern best practices... and often, opposition to modern technology and an aggressive lack of interest in learning to use it.
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Guess the comic! 4 comments
smitty · 15 weeks ago
Yup, been reading it... a while now.
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Guess the comic! 4 comments
smitty · 15 weeks ago
Easy, Questionable Content. :-)
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Just wondering... 26 comments
smitty · 16 weeks ago
I've been classified as essential... in a round about way. The division of the company I work for is partners with a major pharmacy chain for remodels and other special projects.
When they pulled the plug and indefinately postponed all projects, they called us in as reinforcements at our local stores. Mostly for packing out product and also helping out as needed in other areas. So... I still have a job.

Food situation is ok so far. Gas is absurdly cheap and traffic is nearly non existant. I was a bit of a shut in before it all hit, so not really that big of a deal.

What I am seeing out there in the very few places I do go however, it's startling.
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I am this old 4 comments
smitty · 16 weeks ago
I was today years old when I made this connection:
Nero fiddled while Rom(e) burned.
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Tatu, My 90s girls 3 comments
smitty · 16 weeks ago
Their cover of How Soon is Now is pretty good too.
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