FEBRUARY 2015 WAITERS' CIRCUS GREY CONFIRMED!!!!

Who will be the first person you tell your score?

Parents
28
29%
Spouse
21
22%
Sibling/kids/Other family member
4
4%
Friends
14
15%
This Thread
9
9%
No one loves me
10
11%
What score?
9
9%
 
Total votes: 95

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Postby Rigo » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:22 pm

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Postby WhiskeyAndCupcakes » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:24 pm

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Postby PeanutsNJam » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:24 pm

I mean, "fraternity" in itself is an exclusionary word. It's a brotherhood of people meant to support each other, understand each other. It's meant to be like family. But I think it's mostly applicable to military/LEO professions, where your life is on the line. Perhaps you have to keep secrets from your family, or have things you can't share with them. I have a cop friend who told me stories about watching people burn to death in a traffic accident, and being unable to help. Only someone else who has experienced that can be a "brother" and support you. Therein lies the need for a fraternity. It's a home built upon people who can understand you.

So yes, a fraternity is exclusive, because people who aren't in this brotherhood don't know what you're going through, and can't understand or relate to you like your brothers can. You can't have an "open" fraternity, it's an oxymoron.

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Postby Dr. Nefario » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:28 pm

WhiskeyAndCupcakes wrote:
storpappa wrote:Yeah and if you goto a law school at a University with a greek society you can't pledge as a grad student :(


And you wouldn't want to. I was Greek & enjoyed it but would have zero interest in being in a pledge class with a bunch of 18 year olds now.


+1 I couldn't even stand it after my junior year really. Only stayed active for intramurals

PNJ: I see what you were saying now.

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Postby storpappa » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:29 pm

RaiderRed wrote:
storpappa wrote:Great cat vine

[youtube]http://youtu.be/O9mvwY_Qzfg?t=5m33s[/youtube]


The complete randomness of your posts makes me really like you.


and then you add the apple sauce

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Postby storpappa » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:35 pm

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My response - yes please have someone call me so I can place an order


I have been responding to their emails that way for 2 months. Never do I get a call, to ask them to unsubscribe me. I could just click the unsubscribe button again, but that didn't "stick" the first time, or they added me from a different list. And I wanted to see if they would actually call a potential customer. It does not bode well on their marketing department that they would ignore replies asking to speak with someone.

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Postby peppermint » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:40 pm

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Postby storpappa » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:44 pm

Ham and swiss on beefsteak rye with mustard, mug of a Half & Half

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Re: FEBRUARY 2015 WAITERS' CIRCUS

Postby NL2424 » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:45 pm

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Re: FEBRUARY 2015 WAITERS' CIRCUS

Postby IsThisForReal » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:47 pm

I know several guys that were in AGR in undergrad and have stayed semi-active through grad school.

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Postby Smallville » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:49 pm

zacboro wrote:I never said I was Greek because I didn't want to start any strong arguments. But you all seem to be handling it like adults. I enjoy it where I am, but I acknowledge at some other schools the experience might be completely different. Also, we had a grad student join a year ago, he's very busy but he loves it. Only grad student I've ever heard of being Greek. But then again, he's not in law school, just Grad school.

Greek life has popped up a few times in the study thread kiddo, musta missed those discussions
Dont think I've heard of people pledging during grad tho I know multiple people who stay active through it

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Postby nlee10 » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:49 pm

IsThisForReal wrote:I know several guys that were in AGR in undergrad and have stayed semi-active through grad school.

At my school AGR is known as the truck frat. Their house is right next to campus and you can rows of huge pickup trucks. :roll:

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Postby Dr. Nefario » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:52 pm

nlee10 wrote:
IsThisForReal wrote:I know several guys that were in AGR in undergrad and have stayed semi-active through grad school.

At my school AGR is known as the truck frat. Their house is right next to campus and you can rows of huge pickup trucks. :roll:


There's way too many fraternities here to classify them. Somehow we have like 26 IFC ones or something.

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Postby Dr. Nefario » Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:54 pm

peppermint wrote:Just had a peanut butter banana potato chip sandwich for lunch. Life is good.


On Thursdays, we eat cap rock.

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Re: FEBRUARY 2015 WAITERS' CIRCUS

Postby TheProdigal » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:07 pm

schmelling wrote:
PeanutsNJam wrote:I mean, "fraternity" in itself is an exclusionary word. It's a brotherhood of people meant to support each other, understand each other. It's meant to be like family. But I think it's mostly applicable to military/LEO professions, where your life is on the line. Perhaps you have to keep secrets from your family, or have things you can't share with them. I have a cop friend who told me stories about watching people burn to death in a traffic accident, and being unable to help. Only someone else who has experienced that can be a "brother" and support you. Therein lies the need for a fraternity. It's a home built upon people who can understand you.

So yes, a fraternity is exclusive, because people who aren't in this brotherhood don't know what you're going through, and can't understand or relate to you like your brothers can. You can't have an "open" fraternity, it's an oxymoron.


this is why the pledge process exists, to accelerate that feeling. It gives everyone in the fraternity the sense that everyone who is there belongs there.


Yay, socially constructed liminal experiences. :roll:

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Postby peppermint » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:11 pm

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Re: FEBRUARY 2015 WAITERS' CIRCUS

Postby CambrianExplosives » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:14 pm

peppermint wrote:It was one of the first things my dad made when he moved to America. One of his coworkers gave him a peanut butter sandwich, a banana, and a bag of chips for lunch one day & since he had never had potato chips before, he didn't know what to do with it. He crumbled them up and put them into his sandwich, along with the banana, and that was it- that's how pepper grew up eating PB, banana, and potato chip sandwiches.


What kind of chips do you normally use for that?

Salt and Vinegar chips added to either a tuna fish or a ham&cheese is amazing. I'm now curious about this PB&Banana&Chip sandwich.

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Re: FEBRUARY 2015 WAITERS' CIRCUS

Postby Dr. Nefario » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:15 pm

CambrianExplosives wrote:
peppermint wrote:It was one of the first things my dad made when he moved to America. One of his coworkers gave him a peanut butter sandwich, a banana, and a bag of chips for lunch one day & since he had never had potato chips before, he didn't know what to do with it. He crumbled them up and put them into his sandwich, along with the banana, and that was it- that's how pepper grew up eating PB, banana, and potato chip sandwiches.


What kind of chips do you normally use for that?

Salt and Vinegar chips added to either a tuna fish or a ham&cheese is amazing. I'm now curious about this PB&Banana&Chip sandwich.


I wonder how said sandwich would taste fried...

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Postby TheProdigal » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:17 pm

RaiderRed wrote:
CambrianExplosives wrote:
peppermint wrote:It was one of the first things my dad made when he moved to America. One of his coworkers gave him a peanut butter sandwich, a banana, and a bag of chips for lunch one day & since he had never had potato chips before, he didn't know what to do with it. He crumbled them up and put them into his sandwich, along with the banana, and that was it- that's how pepper grew up eating PB, banana, and potato chip sandwiches.


What kind of chips do you normally use for that?

Salt and Vinegar chips added to either a tuna fish or a ham&cheese is amazing. I'm now curious about this PB&Banana&Chip sandwich.


I wonder how said sandwich would taste fried...


Spoken like a true Texan.

ETA: There was a guy on Chopped who once did a potato chip remoulade.

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Postby peppermint » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:19 pm

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Postby Rigo » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:21 pm

:mrgreen:
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Postby storpappa » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:21 pm

White chocolate chip macadamia nut cookies
Mint chocolate chip ice cream
Breyers all natural vanilla with real bean chips

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Re: FEBRUARY 2015 WAITERS' CIRCUS

Postby Dr. Nefario » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:22 pm

peppermint wrote:
TheProdigal wrote:
RaiderRed wrote:I wonder how said sandwich would taste fried...

Spoken like a true Texan.

:lol:


Just trying to determine my submission for the State Fair next year. :roll:




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