The breeders in the corner of SBUX just shot me a dirty look for looking at RJ in public (In SBux)

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    May 12, 2010 1:50 PM GMT
    Would you be seen looking at this site or another gay forum in a public place, SBux, Airport, Train whatever?

    I'm not talking porn sites but RJ profiles and the like

    P.s they were kissing( no tounge) and being pretty coupley, the guys also some pimple faced bowl cut job and is pretending to be a model.... I just called my agent and they want me on set on Monday.... God chicks are so dumb

    Also who else likes to Evesdrop on others conversations icon_twisted.gif
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    May 12, 2010 1:58 PM GMT
    MsclDrew saidAlso who else likes to Evesdrop on others conversations


    I loved it back in the days when cordless and cellular phones were analog. The best time to listen was on weekends, right after the bars closed.
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    May 12, 2010 2:00 PM GMT
    I would, and have. Fuck'em if they don't like it.
    And yes, chicks can be dumb. Apparently so can guys...ya know...the pimple-faced ones who think they can be models. icon_lol.gif
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    May 12, 2010 2:05 PM GMT
    Just got off the bus after sitting in front of a guy (I didn't see his face) who had a really cute voice talking about a massive piece of seaweed stuck to his front tooth that it looked like he was missing the tooth and changing his clothes at the gym. Had my earphones on low to hear him talk icon_redface.gif

    But RJ isn't porn, so it's all good I reckon. I'd be wary of looking at a topic with pictures on it though just in case there's underwear pics but if it's one of Caslon's cat pics I'd disturb the bus/train by laughing out loud to myself.
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    May 12, 2010 2:06 PM GMT
    Don't ya just love someone who refers to Starbucks by their Dow Jones stock symbol?

    But as to the question, I try not to eavesdrop, unless people are so loud I'd have to plug my ears to avoid it. It's one of the reasons I hate the use of cell phones in some public places. I don't WANT to know your business, so take it somewhere else, especially since people have a tendency to talk extra loud on a cell phone.

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    May 12, 2010 2:16 PM GMT
    drew, the breeders can't stand the competition of a man better looking than they are. icon_lol.gif
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    May 12, 2010 2:19 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa saidDon't ya just love someone who refers to Starbucks by their Dow Jones stock symbol?


    At least it's intellectually honest that Starbucks is a capitalist pig, no?
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    May 12, 2010 2:22 PM GMT
    TigerTim said
    Red_Vespa saidDon't ya just love someone who refers to Starbucks by their Dow Jones stock symbol?


    At least it's intellectually honest that Starbucks is a capitalist pig, no?
    i've always found their coffee to be somewhat bitter in taste and extreme in pricing.....

    but here in new orleans we take our coffee as seriously as do the residents of seattle. icon_cool.gif
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    May 12, 2010 2:25 PM GMT
    Yeah I'm one of those people... but what ever

    Except people think I'm nuts because I type with purpose, multi task like a champion and keep exclaiming aloud in scientific words... It's exam season

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    May 12, 2010 2:34 PM GMT
    MsclDrew said
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    Ooo you little tart!
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    May 12, 2010 2:49 PM GMT
    TigerTim said

    Ooo you little tart!


    Mwaaaaaaarrrr icon_twisted.gif
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    May 12, 2010 2:59 PM GMT
    rnch saidi've always found their coffee to be somewhat bitter in taste and extreme in pricing.....

    but here in new orleans we take our coffee as seriously as do the residents of seattle. icon_cool.gif

    I lived in Seattle 5 years, and the Starbucks corporate offices were in an old Sears & Roebuck building, within sight of my MotoGuzzi motorcycle dealer. Seattle was absolutely coffee-crazy in the 1990s, and there were coffee kiosks on every street corner, in the entrance to every gas station, and in every suburban park-and-ride. A story:

    My sister came to visit me from Florida in 1995, and rented a car for herself. One day she returned to my house, and asked me for information about a store she had passed. When I asked her for its location, she told me it was on a corner with a latte stand. I just laughed.

    "Anne," I said, "every other corner in Seattle has a latte stand!"

    BTW, one of the places I always visit in New Orleans is the Café du Monde, just to get sugar powder all over my clothes from their beignets. I know, touristy, but what can I say?
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    May 12, 2010 3:21 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa said...
    BTW, one of the places I always visit in New Orleans is the Café du Monde, just to get sugar powder all over my clothes from their beignets. I know, touristy, but what can I say?
    powered sugar is an equal oppertunity mess maker, for tourists and locals.

    the trick is to NOT inhale as you are biting into the beignet. icon_wink.gif
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    May 12, 2010 3:25 PM GMT
    rnch said
    Red_Vespa said...
    BTW, one of the places I always visit in New Orleans is the Café du Monde, just to get sugar powder all over my clothes from their beignets. I know, touristy, but what can I say?
    powered sugar is an equal oppertunity mess maker, for tourists and locals.

    the trick is to NOT inhale as you are biting into the beignet. icon_wink.gif

    The trick is to hold the beignet at arm's length, and then sort of lean over to bite into it. LOL!
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    May 12, 2010 3:49 PM GMT
    This reminds me of a Starbucks story. icon_lol.gif

    So I was walking into a class with a Starbucks drink one morning when I was immediately accosted by a group of harpies.

    "Oh my god! I can't believe you're drinking that!"
    "Don't you know that's Colombian slave juice?"
    "You should buy your coffee at blah blah blah..."

    Now, as I was drinking coffee you can infer that I was tired. I didn't feel like debating the source of Starbucks' coffee beans.

    So, I just took a long sip of my drink and said:
    "Ahhhhh... tastes like human suffering."

    That shut them well up. icon_biggrin.gif
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    May 12, 2010 4:22 PM GMT
    [quote][cite]Red_Vespa said[...the trick is to NOT inhale as you are biting into the beignet. icon_wink.gif
    The trick is to hold the beignet at arm's length, and then sort of lean over to bite into it. LOL![/quote] i do enjoy watching first time tourists, dressed all proper in dark suits and dresses, "experience" sugared bennies for the first time! icon_razz.gificon_lol.gificon_wink.gif
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    May 12, 2010 5:16 PM GMT
    Iluros said

    So, I just took a long sip of my drink and said:
    "Ahhhhh... tastes like human suffering."

    That shut them well up. icon_biggrin.gif




    WINNER!!!
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    May 12, 2010 8:42 PM GMT


    In Between your secret service mission I hope you had time to get a Carmel frappuccino. Oh and those petite vanilla scones... Love those!

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    May 12, 2010 9:36 PM GMT
    What does the great taste of starbucks coffee have to do with a bunch of nosy, ignorant breeders giving the OP a nasty look for looking at RJ on-line? Lets stick to the original topic please.
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    May 12, 2010 9:44 PM GMT
    People are nosy and love to eavesdrop. That's why I use one of these privacy filters:

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    http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/SDP/Privacy_Filters/

    Because a privacy filter keeps what you are looking at...private.
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    May 12, 2010 9:47 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob saidWhat does the great taste of starbucks coffee have to do with a bunch of nosy, ignorant breeders giving the OP a nasty look for looking at RJ on-line? Lets stick to the original topic please.


    Because RJ profiles may contain suggestive or even naked pictures? How would you feel if all of a sudden you accidentally saw a furry naked pussy on someone's laptop computer screen? icon_eek.gif

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    Just saying. icon_lol.gif

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    May 12, 2010 9:53 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob saidWhat does the great taste of starbucks coffee have to do with a bunch of nosy, ignorant breeders giving the OP a nasty look for looking at RJ on-line? Lets stick to the original topic please.


    Panties in a bunch? He was in starbucks.
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    May 12, 2010 9:59 PM GMT
    paradox said
    MsclDrew saidAlso who else likes to Evesdrop on others conversations


    I loved it back in the days when cordless and cellular phones were analog. The best time to listen was on weekends, right after the bars closed.



    Or even better, imagine someone sitting there with a wireless network protocol analyzer and watching all the unencrypted IM, email, and web traffic go by. They probably find it very interesting the sites that some people visit.
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    May 12, 2010 11:00 PM GMT
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    paradox said
    MsclDrew saidAlso who else likes to Evesdrop on others conversations


    I loved it back in the days when cordless and cellular phones were analog. The best time to listen was on weekends, right after the bars closed.



    Or even better, imagine someone sitting there with a wireless network protocol analyzer and watching all the unencrypted IM, email, and web traffic go by. They probably find it very interesting the sites that some people visit.


    If I lived in town, I'd probably be doing that. I've driven around town with Netstumbler running on a laptop, and there are unsecured WiFi routers all over the place. My own router at home is unsecured, but I'm out in the country, and there's no one within range.
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    May 12, 2010 11:56 PM GMT
    paradox said... My own router at home is unsecured, but I'm out in the country, and there's no one within range.


    It's always a good idea to use authentication and encryption on wireless connections to the internet. And, it's a good idea to disable connections while away from home for an extended period of time. Child Pornographers have been known to glom open access points, and guess who gets visited by the FBI? The registered owner of the internet connection/access point.

    Leaving an internet access point open is an unnecessary security risk no matter where somebody may live.

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