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4741  General Category / Desipio Lounge / Re: Winter Olympics 2010 on: February 17, 2010, 11:15:45 PM
Pretty sure he just "stomped the shit out of [that]."

That was disgusting.
4742  General Category / On-Hoops.com / Re: All Purpose Big Ten Basketball/NCAA Hoop 2009-10 Thread on: February 17, 2010, 10:54:12 PM
81-70
4743  General Category / Desipio Lounge / Re: Winter Olympics 2010 on: February 17, 2010, 10:39:21 PM
I just learned why Shaun White is famous. That was awesome.
4744  General Category / On-Hoops.com / Re: Bulls are insignificant right now. on: February 17, 2010, 09:24:03 PM
John Salmons to the Bucks for the expiring corpses contracts of Kurt Thomas and Frank Elson.

Sweeeeeeet.
4745  General Category / On-Hoops.com / Re: Bulls are insignificant right now. on: February 17, 2010, 07:40:13 PM
From the Twitter of Adrian Wojanaweraskdwski: Cavs get Jamison, Telfair, Clippers get Gooden and Wash gets Illgauskas, Thornton, Brian Skinner and Cavs 1st round pick.
4746  General Category / On-Hoops.com / Re: Bulls are insignificant right now. on: February 17, 2010, 07:37:36 PM
Salmons was told to stay back at the hotel for there's tradin' afoot.

Wish they could get someone to take Hinrich.  But no, he's like a cockroach.

The reports all sound like his mere presence killed any chance of a Tyrus to Houston deal. Oh well.

Salmons is someone I'm not going to miss in the least.

Now I'm ready to be whelmed by the return on him.
4747  General Category / On-Hoops.com / Re: Bulls are insignificant right now. on: February 17, 2010, 07:05:03 PM
Salmons was told to stay back at the hotel for there's tradin' afoot.
4748  General Category / Desipio Lounge / Re: Ted Lilly. A Cub. on: February 17, 2010, 06:51:40 PM

However, the cleaner did get me in Christina Hendricks' pants, so I can't complain.

What size does she wear?


About 9 inches.  Fuckin' A. 

That's a tiny waist. So, just curious...how big is your penis?
4749  General Category / Desipio Lounge / Re: Ted Lilly. A Cub. on: February 17, 2010, 05:58:52 PM
I was at a gas station about a mile and a half from HoHo Kam today.  As I finished filling up, some ridiculous salesman came up to me (with a weird, chubby "assistant") to try and sell me on some car cleaner "endorsed by NASCAR!"  He showed me all the ways in which this cleaner would be great for the car I was driving.  I waited for him to finish his sales pitch before I told him that the car I was filling up was a rental and I didn't need car cleaner.  That didn't stop him; he continued his sales pitch unabated for another 2-3 minutes before I just had to say "enough-I said no."  The guy shook my hand and thanked me while still getting one more pitch in.  It was exhausting.

As he finished, Ted Lilly began filling up his SUV at the station next to mine.  The guy moved away from me as quickly as possible, dragging the chubby assistant to Lilly's car, readying his relentless sales pitch.  Before the salesman said a word, Lilly looked at him.  Stared at him for about 2 seconds and said not a word.  

The salesman walked away without a single sentence.  







That salesman recognized.

I'm not saying you're lying, I'm just saying that if you found a full-service gas station anywhere in Arizona, you're lying.

We get it. You're a Mountain Time Zone TDubbs who can't read.

Look, it's a great story and I don't want to call fiveouts a liar, but if Rick Sutcliffe was really sitting next to him at Arby's in Topeka I'm calling shenanigans.
4750  General Category / Desipio Lounge / Re: Winter Olympics 2010 on: February 17, 2010, 04:45:27 PM
Looks like Vonn is going to win gold. I'm trying to jinx it here.

Come on field!

Did you pick against her in your Streak for the Cash.  Bad move my man.

We have a winner. Or a loser in this case. Most likely me. Bye bye 3 game winning streak.

Suck it!  Up to a 5 gamer now!

What's your all time best? I had 8 this month. I've gotten to 10 but that was it. The highest in our group was 13.
4751  General Category / Desipio Lounge / Re: Winter Olympics 2010 on: February 17, 2010, 03:46:06 PM
Looks like Vonn is going to win gold. I'm trying to jinx it here.

Come on field!

Did you pick against her in your Streak for the Cash.  Bad move my man.

We have a winner. Or a loser in this case. Most likely me. Bye bye 3 game winning streak.
4752  General Category / Desipio Lounge / Re: Winter Olympics 2010 on: February 17, 2010, 03:33:36 PM
Looks like Vonn is going to win gold. I'm trying to jinx it here.

Come on field!
4753  General Category / Desipio Lounge / Re: The only site I'll ever need... on: February 17, 2010, 02:46:23 PM
I know I should probably buy some real software, build a XML database, etc., but I'm a caveman and I need your help:

I have set up a spreadsheet (a simple Excel file; as I said, I'm a caveman) tracking the various sales goals for our sales reps and want them to see their own progress. The thing is, the source spreadsheet has a bunch of proprietary information (not to mention the performances of their peers) that we'd rather not share with them. Thus, the source sheet is on a file server in a folder restricted only to management.

I set up a simple spreadsheet for each salesperson (yes, the formulas are hidden and the cells are protected) that would track his or her progress. Each file is in the respective salesperson's server folder, to which they have access.

Now here's the problem: because they are restricted from the source file, these worksheets will not update for them. Is there a macro/VB code or any other type of workaround that would let the spreadsheet update automatically for them but not give them read access to the source file?

I hate to disappoint you... Excel doesn't allow you to just link to the source file since they can't access it.  You're probably best off having some sort of nightly job run (use WinCron, maybe?) in which the file for each individual salesman is updated from the source.  Or, you could use a database solution - you can control a lot more around access to data that way.

Sexist.

Am I the only who thinks it's a bit weird to be worried about salemen seeing other salemen's numbers?  Every sales job I've ver had we've seen what everyone else is doing.

Especially here where they post your numbers anywhere your eyes might wander off to so as to ridicule the low end people and tell the high end people to do better next month.

Ah, sales.
4754  General Category / Desipio Lounge / Re: The only site I'll ever need... on: February 17, 2010, 02:43:08 PM
I know I should probably buy some real software, build a XML database, etc., but I'm a caveman and I need your help:

I have set up a spreadsheet (a simple Excel file; as I said, I'm a caveman) tracking the various sales goals for our sales reps and want them to see their own progress. The thing is, the source spreadsheet has a bunch of proprietary information (not to mention the performances of their peers) that we'd rather not share with them. Thus, the source sheet is on a file server in a folder restricted only to management.

I set up a simple spreadsheet for each salesperson (yes, the formulas are hidden and the cells are protected) that would track his or her progress. Each file is in the respective salesperson's server folder, to which they have access.

Now here's the problem: because they are restricted from the source file, these worksheets will not update for them. Is there a macro/VB code or any other type of workaround that would let the spreadsheet update automatically for them but not give them read access to the source file?

I hate to disappoint you... Excel doesn't allow you to just link to the source file since they can't access it.  You're probably best off having some sort of nightly job run (use WinCron, maybe?) in which the file for each individual salesman is updated from the source.  Or, you could use a database solution - you can control a lot more around access to data that way.

Sexist.
4755  General Category / Boobtube / Re: Lost: The Final Boner on: February 17, 2010, 02:42:17 PM
I'm really going to be disappointed if this turns out to be one long allegory.
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