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By gzt (Mon Nov 03, 2008 at 08:26:24 AM EST) gzt, bathroom, chess, steak (all tags)
So I went lifting yesterday and as I was walking home I thought, hey, I did well, I'm going to have a big-ass steak for dinner. I'm not actually a great fan of steak, but, whatevs.

I take my steak rare, of course, and I made it rather well, but it was hard to get down in the end. I mean, as you're winding down, you're staring at your plate thinking, frig, I have a quarter of a pound of almost-raw meat left that's hardly even warm anymore to get down. A+ would do again.

I found where they were hiding the roman chair, so I did roman chair situps after my lifting. They seemed easy, but I took it easy, recalling the advice I'd heard that they seem easy, but until you're used to them, even a couple short sets will leave you sore as hell, and doing too many may cause severe damage. They were right: I can definitely tell today what I did yesterday. Fortunately, I practiced enough restraint.

Yesssss. They delivered my mail before lunch. Now I can read the books I ordered at lunch instead of having to wait until I get home.

And I'm one of the testers for this chess book this guy is working on. Yesss. Should be interesting. I really really liked the guy's first two books and his methodology. Too bad I haven't done much chess work in the last couple months.

I hate how this floor always has like people coming in for the break room or conference room - there are, otherwise, only like 4 men on the floor, so the bathroom should almost always be empty. But it's not. There's always somebody taking a crap in there. Come ON.

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an ass steak? by webwench (4.00 / 1) #1 Mon Nov 03, 2008 at 10:51:14 AM EST
Well, that doesn't sound very tasty at all.

Getting more attention than you since 1998. Ya ya!

Maybe he meant rump roast by georgeha (4.00 / 1) #2 Mon Nov 03, 2008 at 10:57:38 AM EST

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Bathroom by duxup (2.00 / 0) #3 Mon Nov 03, 2008 at 05:41:59 PM EST
When our company was bought by another company the top two floors of HR executives and etc were cleared out.   "I'm going up to the 4th floor" was a common phrase.  Huge bathrooms, almost always empty, you got at least 20 minutes at a time of total privacy, it was paradise.   I went up there after lunch with my DS on a regular basis. Then one day... they stopped sending the cleaning crews up there.  I mean why not, nobody works up there right?  Then they messy people found those floors and then they turned off the ventilation (no joke).   It sat that way for a good year.  I have no idea what happened to the people who eventually moved up there upon their first visit to the bathrooms.  I can only imagine.

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