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The Mad Monk
14-10-2008, 06:23:29
hey man, jess let me sleep, kay?


ZZZZZzzzzzz

MDA
14-10-2008, 12:15:26
:sleep:

mr_B
14-10-2008, 15:32:22
I'm in need for a drinky drinky
what about that.


jesjes i know that has nothing to doooo di doooooooo wizzz this thread but it's a FACT!!!

Dyl Ulenspiegel
14-10-2008, 15:47:06
Originally posted by mr_B
i know that has nothing to doooo di doooooooo wizzz this thread

How the fuck would you know that?

mr_B
14-10-2008, 19:55:09
cause me are schjmarrrrt

Funko
15-10-2008, 08:05:01
:lol:

Dyl Ulenspiegel
15-10-2008, 09:03:24
ah, schmartje

The Mad Monk
15-10-2008, 16:28:42
Reading this thread smarts.

alsieboo
21-10-2008, 15:50:35
Even though EiF's avatar is all sparkly, everytime TMM posts, I always think it's Iain. Far far too far confusing.

mr_B
21-10-2008, 19:09:04
EiF?

TMM?


huh

MDA
21-10-2008, 19:21:15
I left forever to KC about a month ago to visit Bayer, and didn't see any crazy guys in monk robes in the city.

I had good tequila, good mexican food, and some nice BBQ beef ribs. I want to move there, live in a nice house for not a lot of money, and pay a fraction of my current cost of living. Lucky bastards.

Bob
21-10-2008, 19:25:00
Bayer?

Lurker the Second
21-10-2008, 19:26:28
Just think, you'll even be closer to a real baseball team than you are now (not counting Hagerstown, of course).

mr_B
21-10-2008, 19:35:02
the team for losers?

MDA
21-10-2008, 22:55:44
I've got the Frederick Keys! It really is a straight shot to Baltimore from here though.

Yeah, Bayer. Founded by Freidrich Bayer. I think he's French.

Bob
22-10-2008, 06:17:43
Oh, I thought you meant a bavarian

Drekkus
22-10-2008, 10:53:54
Originally posted by Bob
Bayer? Looking for Asspirin I suppose

The Mad Monk
28-10-2008, 06:38:25
Originally posted by MDA
I left forever to KC about a month ago to visit Bayer, and didn't see any crazy guys in monk robes in the city.

I had good tequila, good mexican food, and some nice BBQ beef ribs. I want to move there, live in a nice house for not a lot of money, and pay a fraction of my current cost of living. Lucky bastards.

The Bayer campus on the Shawnee-Mission Parkway?

Dude, I live about a half hour from there, I wish I had known!

Kansas City is one of those great, beautiful places no one ever hears about.

MDA
28-10-2008, 11:57:21
I mentioned earlier this year that I might go, then probably wasn't going, then got railroaded into it anyway at the last minute.

The Plaza District? is expensive, they warned us about it when they found out we were staying there. I liked the area around the Sprint center better.

There was young guy and his girlfriend panhandling in the Plaza area telling everyone about how broke they were and plzplz gief uz sum monies. They smelled like more weed than I could afford to buy on my salary so I said fok that.

Shawnee was cool, but I think that's probably all I'm allowed to say about it.

What a story!

The Mad Monk
28-10-2008, 17:32:33
I usually stay away from The Plaza, because it is overpriced. Looks nice at Christmas -- The Plaza lighting ceremony is more popular than the Mayor's Tree lighting.

Did you see Crown Center / Union Station / Liberty Memorial?

MDA
29-10-2008, 13:27:27
Looks like we had to have driven within a five or ten blocks of it, but I never laid eyes on it. We didn't have many daylight hours to fool around and no one wanted to drive anywhere except for the one night up around Sprint. It didn't help that the other two vans in my group got lost that night, so no one was eager to go anywhere they couldn't walk to after that .

The Mad Monk
29-10-2008, 17:43:27
That's a shame. That area has the best restaurants in the city, great entertainment, and the Liberty Memorial, which is the National WWI Museum.

Make a point of going to Pierponts if you ever get back here.

MDA
30-10-2008, 11:35:18
Honestly, they screwed up by blindly following gps.

It led them out of Kansas City, and they actually followed it for 30 minutes, despite knowing that they only had to travel about 5 to get downtown.

I didn't have gps, so I glanced at the map before leaving. I crossed a river, knew that wasn't right, doubled back and just worked my way by eyeball. There were a few one way street issues to figure out, but honestly, its the Midwest. Streets usually meet at right angles and tend to run straight north-south or east-west.