AZGman


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cruzer wrote:morning all!



Heya, cruzer

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

AZGman


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Another lethargic day in PWA . . .

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cruzer


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indeed. I'm tired of this no work crap, though.

AZGman


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cruzer wrote:indeed. I'm tired of this no work crap, though.



You don't have any work?

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cruzer


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AZGman wrote:You don't have any work?



not a whole lot...There's a reason for it, but I won't go into that.

AZGman


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cruzer wrote:not a whole lot...There's a reason for it, but I won't go into that.



Calm before the storm?

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cruzer


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AZGman wrote:Calm before the storm?



no, not really.

AZGman


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cruzer wrote:no, not really.



Abolishing the IRS?

(One can wish!!)

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cruzer


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AZGman wrote:Abolishing the IRS?

(One can wish!!)



No, Ron Paul.

It has to do with more personal issues.

AZGman


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cruzer wrote:No, Ron Paul.

It has to do with more personal issues.



Need more fiber in your diet?

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AZGman


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. . . apparently not . . .

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From Ron Paul, copied from Dallas News

What thrilling rallies we've just had in Texas. First there were the Students for Ron Paul at the University of Texas in Austin. The media said 4,000 came. Our people think there were more like 7,000. In any event, it was a very enthusiastic gathering of our revolutionaries, as even the media admitted.

You will not be surprised to know that the young people there cheered the pure message of liberty: no preemptive wars, no Federal Reserve, no income tax, no police state, no drug war. Just American liberty and the Constitution, in the tradition of the framers.

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Good Morning Gman, hope all your news today is good.

AZGman


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Raining wrote:Good Morning Gman, hope all your news today is good.



Hiya, R'ing! Sometimes no news is good news.

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cruzer


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AZGman wrote:Need more fiber in your diet?



No, Jean Nidetch. (It's the best I could come up with)


It is a trust issue. I have a feeling it has to do with youth.

AZGman


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cruzer wrote:No, Jean Nidetch. (It's the best I could come up with)


It is a trust issue. I have a feeling it has to do with youth.



dammm suspicious old people

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peglegwookie


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Make sure they get their ...



... and they'll be fine

cruzer


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AZGman wrote:dammm suspicious old people



Maybe he's right, maybe he's not, but I do know that I can do as much as anybody around here, so I feel like I'm being excluded unnecessarily.

cruzer


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sure is quiet around here.

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cruzer wrote:sure is quiet around here.



nobody is home

WE LURV YOU TOO! Dork!!!
No greater love is lost than that not shared.

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dontwantaname wrote:nobody is home



I don't have anything to say... I'll try to think of something.

cruzer


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dontwantaname wrote:nobody is home



where is everyone?

AZGman


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cruzer wrote:where is everyone?



Sittin' here waiting for the day to end . . .

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krapposelli wrote:I don't have anything to say... I'll try to think of something.



think of anything yet?

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AZGman wrote:Sittin' here waiting for the day to end . . .



Sittin on the dock of the bay

WE LURV YOU TOO! Dork!!!
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AZGman wrote:Sittin' here waiting for the day to end . . .



Must be gettin' pretty close to quittin' time for ya... I've got another 3.5 hours.

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AZGman wrote:Sittin' here waiting for the day to end . . .



must be getting close, eh?

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cruzer wrote:where is everyone?

I am getting ready to go to Houston early in the morning. Land of freeways, congestion and mayhem. If you never hear from me again, you will know it swallowed me up.

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cruzer wrote:think of anything yet?



Yes!

I posted over in the shirt cyber pub, but I don't think many of you venture over there, so I'll give it a shot here too.

Daughter's girl scout troop is participating in a girl scout cookie ice cream flavor contest at a local dairy farm's ice cream shop. They can use either chocolate or vanilla ice cream as a base, add one type of cookie, and any other ingredients.

The version I came up with was a Strawberry shortcake - vanilla ice cream, the trefoil cookies (shortbread ones) and chunks of strawberries. I know the trefoils aren't the most popular cookie (thin mints and samoas, from our sales) so I'm wondering if we need to go with something more mainstream. Gots any fabulous recipe ideas?

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Raining wrote:I am getting ready to go to Houston early in the morning. Land of freeways, congestion and mayhem. If you never hear from me again, you will know it swallowed me up.



I think you might evaporate instantly in Houston. Well...in the summers at least.

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cruzer wrote:where is everyone?



Right here hanging out in the lp threads mostly. Some days I pick another thread and stop in for a chat.

Today is a wonderful day because I get free candy! I did well on our weekly work quiz, tests us on policies. Now I get to pick a candy bar.

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And finally home . . .

Heh . . . after whining about being so busy the last couple of weeks, it's funny that I'm whining now about how slow work has been this week!

dork

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AZGman wrote:And finally home . . .

Heh . . . after whining about being so busy the last couple of weeks, it's funny that I'm whining now about how slow work has been this week!

dork



no middle ground...

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cruzer wrote:no middle ground...



Doesn't seem like it, sometimes.

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AZGman


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I hope poof gets a chance to check in . . . with good news.

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Hi everybody. Sounds like everybody has been either bored or busy elsewhere. We have been cleaning out MILs closets. Suppose clothes will go to Salvation Army or local charity. Changed banks for FIL so he can get there more easily. He is uncomfortable driving which is wonderful at 92! I think we will move his car to our insurance. He is going to ride the van to eat lunch at the senior center every day. I haven't been able to convince him that he needs somebody to come in and clean his bathroom and mop his kitchen. Making progress. I have to go back to work tomorrow. Board meetings and stuff. Anybody heard from Poof today? Hope she's OK!

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AZGman wrote:I hope poof gets a chance to check in . . . with good news.



Hey AZ, great minds and all that stuff!

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joyner wrote:Hey AZ, great minds and all that stuff!



Hiya, j'ner! How's FIL copin' otherwise? What about hubby and the rest of his family (sibs?)?

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AZGman wrote:Hiya, j'ner! How's FIL copin' otherwise? What about hubby and the rest of his family (sibs?)?


FIL and hubby are sad but very sure MIL is better off. FIL is doing remarkably well, I think. He was really stressed out with MIL's illness and dealing with nurses aid, etc. and now he's more relaxed. He looks a lot better and is more in tune with his surroundings so to speak. He understandably wants all the home health stuff out of the house.
EDIT: Neither hubby nor I have living sibs. It is all on us!!!!

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joyner wrote:FIL and hubby are sad but very sure MIL is better off. FIL is doing remarkably well, I think. He was really stressed out with MIL's illness and dealing with nurses aid, etc. and now he's more relaxed. He looks a lot better and is more in tune with his surroundings so to speak. He understandably wants all the home health stuff out of the house.
EDIT: Neither hubby nor I have living sibs. It is all on us!!!!



Glad FIL and hubby are doing okay. It's amazing the amount of stuff that has to be done when something like this happens. Stay strong! Wishin' the best for everyone!!

Grumpy 'til the day I die.