GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Muleac » Sat Sep 28, 2019 10:37 pm

I've watched a couple of your videos and I like the laid back feel to them.
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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby skydemolisher » Fri Oct 04, 2019 8:56 pm

Muleac wrote:I've watched a couple of your videos and I like the laid back feel to them.


Thank you :)
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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Zippo » Sun Oct 06, 2019 6:31 pm

Back in New Zealand after a week trip to Taiwan; great to see a new country and of course play Pokemon Go.
Didn't go looking for toy stores though
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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Thatotherguy » Fri Nov 22, 2019 7:14 am

Got an email from Mightyape saying the release date for Borderlands 3 figures of fandom statues have moved up to this month. With those, MP Blackarachnia and 3A dlx Optimus Prime all releasing in the same window the next few weeks are going to be bloody awesome!
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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Zippo » Fri Nov 22, 2019 11:29 am

On Friday evening I reinstalled Windows 10 on my little Intel NUC; one of the upsides was that system got a lot quieter and was no longer warm to the touch
The downside was that several days later I was woken to a loud squeal = fan was having issues
Good news is that I was able to find a local replacement fan and now my little NUC works as new again

(I also purchased a brand new Intel NUC system - current model, it arrived in 1 day from Auckland, even though the courier had put 2-day service all over it)
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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby NKF » Fri Nov 22, 2019 5:24 pm

Zippo wrote:(I also purchased a brand new Intel NUC system - current model, it arrived in 1 day from Auckland, even though the courier had put 2-day service all over it)


Did you get one of the 8th gen Bean Canyon NUCs? I've been using the i3 and i7 models and these are really nice machines.
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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Zippo » Sat Nov 23, 2019 8:27 pm

NKF wrote:
Zippo wrote:(I also purchased a brand new Intel NUC system - current model, it arrived in 1 day from Auckland, even though the courier had put 2-day service all over it)


Did you get one of the 8th gen Bean Canyon NUCs? I've been using the i3 and i7 models and these are really nice machines.


Yep; I wanted the i5 Slim but the store I purchased from was actually out of stock so I went for the i3 Slim as an alternative (I had no need for the tall model, nor did I want to spend extra for the i7 considering my performance requirements are quite low)
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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Zippo » Wed Jan 15, 2020 8:11 am

A combo - bad and then good post

I weigh myself every month, just as a rough check to make sure I am no getting too large
In December I gained 6kg! Which was enough motivation to get me back on the HIIT and bodyweight workout I last did in September 2015 (over 6 months I lost 20kg, I have since put that all back on again)

A lack of a working bike has hindered the HIIT part of the workout, though in the next few days I should have a indoor exercise bike that cost far too much to resolve that issue; but eating better, limiting the alcohol intake and doing a few other things has already helped, down a few kg and a few cm from the waist.

Pretty sure that I will always be "a large person" but if I can be less large, that would be great :-)
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