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Yeah I considered that, but Penny is working parttime as a waitress at Cheesecake Factory. You don't make that much waitressing. As a Ph.D research scientist you make a significant amount. PLUS they are sharing the apartment versus Penny paying for her own. Though she does seem to have possibly a studio versus their two bedroom it still seems a bit odd. :D
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How is Penny able to afford to stay in the same apartment building as two Ph.D. scientists?
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I'm glad I'm not the only one this happens to. Those are some excellent choices. And now it seems I have more to add to my LIST_OF_BOOKS_TO_READ.
Toggle Commented Apr 28, 2010 on Computerwelt at WWdN: In Exile
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I stopped watching that show for awhile, but I might just pick it up again.
Toggle Commented Apr 9, 2010 on Eureka: all the rage - day zero at WWdN: In Exile
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PAX Scarf. /me shakes fists at you.
Toggle Commented Apr 6, 2010 on the fountain of youth at WWdN: In Exile
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This was the most amazing thing ever. I laughed and sang so hard that people around me were giving me weird looks.
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PAX has meant so much more to me than I could ever anticipate. This was my first year and I almost didn't come. I bought the tickets with my then boyfriend of almost 6 years. About 3 days before PAX(the night of my 23rd birthday) we decided to break up. I was devastated. I took the badges out of my purse, left them on his table, and left his house. I didn't even want to think about spending a whole weekend with him. (We were sharing a hotel with one bed.) We talked and he eventually got me to agree to at least go to PAX saying "It's PAX. You have to go." So I went, not knowing how I was going to hold myself together, and I will admit I was very emotional throughout the whole thing. But the experience there made me forget about all the sorrow. Made me forget about what I was losing. Made me remember how much joy and love I felt when we used to game together, game with friends. He was the one that really got me into gaming and being surrounded by people who loved gaming so much made me realized what a tragedy it would have been for me not to have gone. And then when I heard to words "Welcome home" I was immediately taken over with this sense of calm. Thank you so much for being there, and even though I wasn't able to make it to your keynote, just hearing about it and hearing those words have made me realized that I am strong and I can make it through this and my games will be there for me.
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Thank you so much for welcoming me home.
Toggle Commented Mar 31, 2010 on in which wil feels homesick at WWdN: In Exile
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