Social ~*~The Blue Moon Cantina~*~ (Bad Moon on the Rise!)

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  1. Jedi_Allegra Force Ghost

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    Applications and resumes may be sent via my PM box. ;)

    Thank you for your interest in the position. :)

    *sets some chairs from the previous night back down on the floor*
  2. Thrawn1786 Force Ghost

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  3. PRENNTACULAR VIP

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    I was a janitor, once.
  4. Kahn_Iceay Force Ghost

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    They are very similar in many aspects.
  5. Rilwen_Shadowflame Force Ghost

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    *strolls in, wearing lightsaber-charred robes*

    A new cantina, and me too busy duelling to notice until now. :p

    *re-installs the chocolate fountain*
    I like how the rules warn to watch out for the vampires... :p
    *fanged grin*
  6. Jedi_Allegra Force Ghost

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  7. Thrawn1786 Force Ghost

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  8. Jedi_Allegra Force Ghost

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    Eh. Alright I guess.

    *wipes down tables*

    Had a rough day. Though I did knock one dr. off my list as he has released me from his practices due to full healing! That's a plus. Yet still, meh. I'm kinda of nervous too. I have an interview tomorrow for a major corporate company, then I have to pack for my trip up North. Going for the weekend. That's a yeah (I get away for a little bit, and out of my house), and a sad thing, cause I won't be able to talk to Karty. :(

    But it will all work out, cause it's like a mini holiday, yet I have business to take care of up there as well.
  9. PRENNTACULAR VIP

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    I had ears flushed out today. It was quite an experience.
  10. Pelly-Welly Jedi Grand Master

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    Heeh I love getting my ears flushed (mine clog up like there's no tomorrow), much relief is had. (I have a ridiculously high pain tolerance so I don't feel anything at all xD)

    lesigh Chuck and Face are having the lamest dominance scruffle ever...they're both neutered so it's kind of like...they push, sit to catch their breath, push, they meep a bit...and curl up and sleep.
  11. Jedi_Allegra Force Ghost

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    I drain my own ears. Yay for being raised homeopathically. I can drain my own ears...so much better than flushing.
  12. Reynar_Tedros Force Ghost

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    There is only one thing in this world that feels better than taking a q-tip to a severely itching ear.
  13. Darth_wanderguard Force Ghost

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    I've had an ear infection for two years :(
  14. Reynar_Tedros Force Ghost

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    There is only one thing in this world that feels worse than going too far with a q-tip in your ear.
  15. Darth_wanderguard Force Ghost

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    One time I stuck a Q-tip in my ear after having not used one for about two years, and ended up fishing out a solid mass of black **** looking stuff.
  16. Reynar_Tedros Force Ghost

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    How could you go two years without using a q-tip? Were you visiting France?
  17. Darth_wanderguard Force Ghost

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    I don't know. I don't think I had any.

    I always have to run my Q-tips under the faucet before I stick them in my ear. I hate the feel of that dry cotton in my ear... *shivers at the thought*
  18. Reynar_Tedros Force Ghost

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    I don't mind it. I usually stick a q-tip in my ear whenever it itches, which is about two or three times a day (yes, I use different q-tips each time :p).
  19. Darth_wanderguard Force Ghost

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    Ever used hydrogen peroxide in your ears?

    The ear infection I was speaking of earlier got really bad a few weeks ago. I started using the peroxide every day and it got better fairly quickly.
  20. Reynar_Tedros Force Ghost

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    Never done that before.

    I remember one time, I couldn't hear very well out of one of my ears. So I went to the doctor, and he stuck this medicate stick in my ear, and I'd have to drop some medicine on it on a timed basis (I forgot the details). I couldn't get it wet, so showers were a *****. Can't remember how long I had to keep it in there, maybe a month.
  21. Darth_wanderguard Force Ghost

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    I had my tonsils taken out about four years ago and I've had ear trouble ever since.

    My hearing was severely muffled for about four months... One night I got frustrated, held my nose, and started blowing. Harder. Harder, and harder still.

    Finally, something in my head popped, I could hear again, and I heard a sharp, high pitched whistle. I got up to go throw away a tissue, and I suddenly got really dizzy.
  22. Reynar_Tedros Force Ghost

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  23. Darth_wanderguard Force Ghost

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    Strangely, it didn't hurt at all.

    One thing that really scares me is losing my hearing, being that I'm a musician.
  24. Reynar_Tedros Force Ghost

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    Ahh, indeed. Could music be the reason you're hearing is acting up? I know Eric Johnson has something-itis to where he hears ringing noises or something like that.
  25. Darth_wanderguard Force Ghost

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    I doubt it. My ears were giving me problems before I starting playing electric guitar. Of course... I still did listen to loud music [face_thinking]

    I suppose it could aggravate it.

    Yes, Eric Johnson's ears are incredibly sensitive. I've seen him have to wear headphones while performing.

    They say right before his death, Jimi Hendrix was nearly deaf due to the volume at which he played live.
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