AZGman


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Dinner's et and I'm stuffed.

Also gettin' exhaustipated fast. May not last much longer.

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

KtCallista


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Hey all

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Lynnzoi wrote:mmm...whatja make?



Food.

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AZGman wrote:Dinner's et and I'm stuffed.

Also gettin' exhaustipated fast. May not last much longer.



I ain't even et yet and I's ready fer bed. Been a long damn week.

KtCallista


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Lynnzoi wrote:I ain't even et yet and I's ready fer bed. Been a long damn week.



Me too. I even got an iphone today and I'm too tired to really play with it.

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Josephus wrote:
-yep, a bit over 70.



-EBW average age, right?

pooflady


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Lynnzoi wrote:mmm...whatja make?



Chicken



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pooflady


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Josephus wrote:-EBW average age, right?



Speak for yourself.



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Lynnzoi


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pooflady wrote:Chicken



tasty

Mavyn


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House bought, title agent tried to get us married, had pizza dinner on the floor, am tired.

Tomorrow...buy a fridge, a washer, a dryer a maybe a grill.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

kdccrosby


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Josephus wrote:-EBW average age, right?



real age or feels/acts like age?

kdccrosby


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Mavyn wrote:House bought, title agent tried to get us married, had pizza dinner on the floor, am tired.

Tomorrow...buy a fridge, a washer, a dryer a maybe a grill.



YAY for house being bought! Glad SO is ok after wreck....

KtCallista


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Congrats Mayven!!!!

Pizza here tonight and a Big o' Cosmos



One metal detector with scoop shovel and baggy with fake ancient coins and some misc. screws
One set Aqua Globes, pending inspection, but passed shake test
2 woot flaming monkeys
1 on the go breast pump
1 crappy woot calendar
1 green tea and jasmine flowering tea
1 empty box (actually was the first thing I saw when I opened the box
1 beaded black draw sting purse/ultimate dice bag - I'm thinking ren fair if I can keep the dice out of it long enough. Of course both Ver1 & Ver2 think it's pretty and want to add it to their purse collection.

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pooflady


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KtCallista wrote:Congrats Mayven!!!!

Pizza here tonight and a Big o' Cosmos



One metal detector with scoop shovel and baggy with fake ancient coins and some misc. screws
One set Aqua Globes, pending inspection, but past shake test
2 woot flaming monkeys
1 on the go breast pump
1 crappy woot calendar
1 green tea and jasmine flowering tea
1 empty box (actually was the first thing I saw when I opened the box
1 beaded black draw sting purse/ultimate dice bag - I'm thinking ren fair if I can keep the dice out of it long enough. Of course both Ver1 & Ver2 think it's pretty and want to add it to their purse collection.



Not a bad haul.



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kdccrosby


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KtCallista wrote:Congrats Mayven!!!!

Pizza here tonight and a Big o' Cosmos



One metal detector with scoop shovel and baggy with fake ancient coins and some misc. screws
One set Aqua Globes, pending inspection, but passed shake test
2 woot flaming monkeys
1 on the go breast pump
1 crappy woot calendar
1 green tea and jasmine flowering tea
1 empty box (actually was the first thing I saw when I opened the box
1 beaded black draw sting purse/ultimate dice bag - I'm thinking ren fair if I can keep the dice out of it long enough. Of course both Ver1 & Ver2 think it's pretty and want to add it to their purse collection.



Congrats!

kdccrosby


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Jatravartid double post.

I am working tomorrow. I honestly don't know how much longer I will be awake

KtCallista


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pooflady wrote:Not a bad haul.



We're happy with it. Definitely $8 in there somewhere especially if the metal detector works!

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kdccrosby wrote:Jatravartid double post.

I am working tomorrow. I honestly don't know how much longer I will be awake



Seems like I remember when you decided to take this job one of the reasons was that you wouldn't be working as much.



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pooflady wrote:Seems like I remember when you decided to take this job one of the reasons was that you wouldn't be working as much.



yeah, whatever happened to that?

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KtCallista wrote:yeah, whatever happened to that?



Reality hit.

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dontwantaname wrote:Reality hit.



must have, poor kdc!

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Mayvn- congrats on the house!
KtC- that;'s one cool box o' crappola. The kids will have a blast with the metal detector, or at least someone there will.
Kid- Yeah, what about that less work thing?

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KtCallista


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Iceback wrote:Mayvn- congrats on the house!
KtC- that;'s one cool box o' crappola. The kids will have a blast with the metal detector, or at least someone there will.
Kid- Yeah, what about that less work thing?



I really hope it works. It needs batteries, but it looks new, just no box.

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Mrs Ice has some real good memories going treasure hunting with her dad and his metal detector when she was a kid .

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KtCallista


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Iceback wrote:Mrs Ice has some real good memories going treasure hunting with her dad and his metal detector when she was a kid .



That sounds fun!

I remember walking the barrel pit with my Papa and getting bits of this and that.

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So, the restaurant we go to all the time has a points thing.
One waiter always tells you when you are getting close to a free meal.
We were a little past a free meal, so last week we went and tried to cash it in.
The waiter (not the one who makes sure you know how many points you have) said, we couldn't use the points, because there was no manager there that night.
So, we paid. What you get is $60, so we ordered more than normal to get to $60. We were at $58 and change.

Tonight we went again. Same waiter.
Again we ordered more than normal, since we needed $60.
He came back and said there were no points on our card.

So, we are thinking, this waiter stole our $60 the time he told us it couldn't be used.
Now, this would make little sense, since we are regulars. We tip him well. HE was the guy who might have stolen the points.
If I was him, I would have paid out of my pocket, because he was the last one to have the card both times.
If he paid today, we would have never known.

We aren't sure what to do.
He has little kids, including a new baby.
Then again, the odds are really good he stole the money.
Not 100%, but more than 50%.

I guess next time we see the owners son, we will ask a few questions, without naming any names.

The waiter is abrupt. Maybe he should pretend to be nicer and he would get more tips.

Oh, if he did rob the points, there were 15 bucks worth of points left on the card, plus the tip we gave him. It would have been less than 40 bucks out of his pocket for us not to know.

Hubby said, he has seen stupider things tried at the bank.
Odds are he needs more money than he is making, but stealing from regulars is just not bright.
If he did it.
Like I said, it looks more likely than not. We would win in small claims court, not real court.

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So much for our 70 degree day.
First there was lighting, but no thunder, which is a bit scary, since I wasn't sure what it was. After the third lighting there was finally a thunder....a long time later.
Now there is wind and the temp is already back in the 30's.


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dontwantaname wrote:So, the restaurant we go to all the time has a points thing.
One waiter always tells you when you are getting close to a free meal.
We were a little past a free meal, so last week we went and tried to cash it in.
The waiter (not the one who makes sure you know how many points you have) said, we couldn't use the points, because there was no manager there that night.
So, we paid. What you get is $60, so we ordered more than normal to get to $60. We were at $58 and change.

Tonight we went again. Same waiter.
Again we ordered more than normal, since we needed $60.
He came back and said there were no points on our card.

So, we are thinking, this waiter stole our $60 the time he told us it couldn't be used.
Now, this would make little sense, since we are regulars. We tip him well. HE was the guy who might have stolen the points.
If I was him, I would have paid out of my pocket, because he was the last one to have the card both times.
If he paid today, we would have never known.

We aren't sure what to do.
He has little kids, including a new baby.
Then again, the odds are really good he stole the money.
Not 100%, but more than 50%.

I guess next time we see the owners son, we will ask a few questions, without naming any names.

The waiter is abrupt. Maybe he should pretend to be nicer and he would get more tips.

Oh, if he did rob the points, there were 15 bucks worth of points left on the card, plus the tip we gave him. It would have been less than 40 bucks out of his pocket for us not to know.

Hubby said, he has seen stupider things tried at the bank.
Odds are he needs more money than he is making, but stealing from regulars is just not bright.
If he did it.
Like I said, it looks more likely than not. We would win in small claims court, not real court.



I'd mention it to the son. Maybe it's happened to a number of people. Maybe it's a problem with their computer.



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pooflady wrote:I'd mention it to the son. Maybe it's happened to a number of people. Maybe it's a problem with their computer.



Could be.
We wrote down the dates, so we will remember them the next time we see the son in law manager and he has time to talk.

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Rusty wanted to go out. He peed in the yard and then went up to bed.

Why can't he pee in the yard every night?

We convinced him that he could pee in the yard in the morning.

Might as well go too.
Not pee in the yard. Up to sleep.

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pooflady


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Me, too. To sleep, not pee in the yard.

Night all. Tomorrow.



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dontwantaname wrote:Rusty wanted to go out. He peed in the yard and then went up to bed.

Why can't he pee in the yard every night?

We convinced him that he could pee in the yard in the morning.

Might as well go too.
Not pee in the yard. Up to sleep.



... rusty's your son, rite?

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no1 wrote:... rusty's your son, rite?



ummm

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KtCallista wrote:ummm



with dname's family you never know.

joyner


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Good morning everybody!

Mavyn


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Morning!

Cleaning and starting to move stuff today, woohoo!

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

joyner


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Mavyn wrote:Morning!

Cleaning and starting to move stuff today, woohoo!



Happy moving!

kdccrosby


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KtCallista wrote:yeah, whatever happened to that?



That's what I'd like to know!

I expected it to level out before now. However, I do still expect it to level out. We are in the process to hire another person to report to me and help me. And going live with this project will help in a couple of months.

AZGman


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Mornin', folks.

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

kdccrosby


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AZGman wrote:Mornin', folks.



Morning G'man.

Fog is starting to clear off - so I'm about to head to work for a few hours.