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  1. Astinus
    June 20th, 2009 10:39 PM
    I still don't know what an oscilloscope is. @.@ I looked it up on Wikipedia, but it just flew over my head.

    Explain things to me, bobandbill! You know all about them, maybe.

    (I fortunately have three days off next week. So the week will go by fast for me. Hopefully.)
  2. bobandbill
    June 20th, 2009 10:30 PM
    This was the funniest thing I have read today. XD I don't know why. But it's just Oscilloscope!



    I really need a vacation.
    Yes, yes you do. I think you may need a Dialga to make that week go by faster. Or an oscilloscope
  3. bobandbill
    May 30th, 2009 10:24 PM

    Cheers. XD
  4. Astinus
    May 30th, 2009 10:16 PM

    Wow, bnb. Welcome to the staff, pal! :D This is so awesome.
  5. bobandbill
    April 24th, 2009 12:55 AM
    Haven't gotten a reply. Although my IE has been downright annoying recently - it has been dying on me recently - only just fixed it. So just as well as I probably wouldn't have been able to see it anyway.(Firefox hates me more )

    And no problem. =P Told you mangos were good.
  6. Astinus
    April 24th, 2009 12:42 AM
    Did I ever respond to your PM? My Internet was dying when I pressed the button to send it, so I'm not sure if it ever registered or not. D: Just want to know so I don't send an unnecessary copy.

    Also, thank you for hooking me on mango.
  7. bobandbill
    February 22nd, 2009 10:32 PM
    Hurrah! And now you know a reason on why Australia is awesome.
  8. Astinus
    February 22nd, 2009 10:22 PM
    I had fresh mango. Quite delicious. Not my favorite fruit, but good enough so that I will eat it again when I have the chance.

    Or when my work has fresh cut mango for $1.99 for ten slices. :<
  9. bobandbill
    February 3rd, 2009 4:24 AM
    Mango pudding? Not bad. Not bad at all, I daresay.

    Darn school. Go back and already got essays and assignments a-plenty. >_<
  10. Astinus
    February 3rd, 2009 4:15 AM
    I had mango pudding. It was...interesting, but I'm still going to eat a mango to get the full real effect. But the pudding was good.
  11. bobandbill
    December 24th, 2008 3:45 AM
    Never heard of that brand. >_< I'd been even more cautious of it then in that case. Kangaroos have been known to punch people, and everyone knows wallabies are just their smaller, eviler cousins. On the flip side, they may taste nicer than kangaroo... (yes - I have actually eat kangaroo. Numerous times. Tastes nice. :D).

    It might have to do with Australian climate - after all, our bananas, pineapples and mangos are by far the better-tasting fruit here, as they grow quite well here, IMO. In Northern Australia (rather warm and, so I hear, lots of rainfall too) especially there's acres upon acres of banana plantations. Most of which got wiped out by an unexpected tropical cyclone a few years ago though which made bananas extremely expensive for a long while. D: (Plus, we also have something called the Big Banana, and the Big Pineapple. We also have the Big Mango, the Big Orange, the Big Macadamia Nut... the Big Bull, the Big Lobster... the Giant (!) Koala... yay for large oversized statues all over Australia Observe the Big objects!).

    The rest probably isn't as good though, as according to primary school, Australian soil isn't that suited to farming, when Australia was colonised it was made even worse, and pesticide/herbicide-grown fruit is never going to be as tasty as good old naturally-grown stuff anyway. Like strawberries. (As you can tell, I like Strawberries too).

    It does sound like though that our bananas are better than yours... and if you are going to try a mango, I hope it's as nice as the ones here - I've tried mango from overseas before and it's like our strawberries. >_<

    Yay for talking about food. :D
  12. Astinus
    December 24th, 2008 1:34 AM
    Now I must try this superior yogurt. It's Wallaby brand yogurt. >>

    A lot of our fruit here in northern America is actually pretty good. It's shipped from elsewhere, either from in the country or outside, like from Mexico. But despite what a few customers have complained about, the produce from other countries is really delicious (and necessary, when one thinks about it). I haven't had European fruits yet, so I don't know how they are.

    Maybe it's Australia's climate?

    Actually, now that I think about it, bananas aren't really all that good here. Mostly brown. Unless that's just the ones we sell at the store I work at, since we're not too good at keeping the stock fresh. XD

    Oh...I need to try mangoes now. I've had a few people tell me they were good, and I really need to eat one at some point soon. I'll try one the next time they go on sale.

    I wish I could get a new mouse for my laptop. The left button gets stuck sometimes. ><
  13. bobandbill
    December 24th, 2008 12:04 AM
    Well heck, a conversation's got to start from somewhere...

    I'm not all that knowledgable about yogurts, but I suppose it just means that Australia has a superior style of yogurt that has just invaded your shores - only I'll warn you that some occassionally fight back. So be on your guard, and warn those allegic to dairy products as well.

    Fruit-wise with the rest of the world I feel Australia differs though... :/ Besides for a few, like bananas and especially mangos (which are my favourite fruit and highly regarded here), I few most fruits taste better elsewhere than here... like strawberries. In Europe for instance, they are sweet and rich in taste.... and here they have no taste. >_< CURSE YOU AUSTRALIAN FARMERS!

    What fruits are 'big' where you live? (Hurrah for continuing the topic of subject on food XD).

    ...and off-topic - I finally have a mouse to go with my laptop. Hurrah.
  14. Astinus
    December 23rd, 2008 10:09 PM
    When I was working today in the dairy department, I noticed that we had a new brand of yogurt. It claims to be Australian-style yogurt, so I'm wondering if Australians have their own way of making yogurt that's different from American yogurt.

    Why yes, I am starting a conversation about yogurt. XD
  15. bobandbill
    December 21st, 2008 5:02 PM
    The weather here is completely different.... warm/hot sunny summer weather. Ah, the pros of living on the other side of the world...

    That's great! Hurrah for split drives then. All's well that ends well then, I guess.

    At least the holidays for me actually means some more time for me... so I might get back to ficcing some more in-between betaing as well. Whee. Hope you don't get swarmed by too many people short on vegetables then.

    I'm pretty much fine; nothing really to complain about. Looking forward to Christmas. Good thing about being part-Polish is that it's custom to give presents on Christmas Eve. :D We don't eat any meat on that day (we make up for it with seafood a plenty though), and on Christmas Day, we're going to visit the few relatives we have living here, which means a lot of tasty food. A LOT. :D

    I love certain aspects of Christmas...

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