dontwantaname


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FenStar wrote:I did some of it. Papers are stupid. Stooooooooopid people make stoopid papers. I don't wanna do a stoopid paper.



But do you want to graduate?

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FenStar


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dontwantaname wrote:But do you want to graduate?

No, I'm gonna go join a circus!

Still single, can't imagine why.

dontwantaname


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FenStar wrote:No, I'm gonna go join a circus!



Then you don't have to worry about it.


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KtCallista


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Mavyn wrote:Late start to baking. Waiting on banana bread. Muffins,look nice, though the cherry banana bed might have needed another couple of minutes. At least breakfast for the week is done.

Night.



Oh crud, Orc asked me to make bread today and I spaced it. Maybe Tuesday....

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KtCallista


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FenStar wrote:No, I'm gonna go join a circus!



good luck with that.

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pooflady


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FenStar wrote:No, I'm gonna go join a circus!



Lion tamer? Clown? Trapeze?



The biggest lie that I tell myself daily..."I don't need to write that down, I'll remember it."

KtCallista


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pooflady wrote:Lion tamer? Clown? Trapeze?



roady?

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FenStar


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pooflady wrote:Lion tamer? Clown? Trapeze?

Clown. I'll dress up like death and stalk people.

Still single, can't imagine why.

KtCallista


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FenStar wrote:Clown. I'll dress up like death and stalk people.



I'm sure you will be very good at that, just avoid sunlight.

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FenStar


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KtCallista wrote:I'm sure you will be very good at that, just avoid sunlight.

Good idea, I'll wear a cup too. You know, for those damn kids who think it is fun to kick people in the nuts.

Still single, can't imagine why.

KtCallista


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FenStar wrote:Good idea, I'll wear a cup too. You know, for those damn kids who think it is fun to kick people in the nuts.



Depends on where you are, some kids carry guns now, you may want Kevlar.

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dontwantaname


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Waited for a break in the heavy rain, to just rain. Did the peepee walk, now I can go to bed.

At least all the pollen will wash away. Plus it hasn't rained in weeks.

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dontwantaname wrote:Waited for a break in the heavy rain, to just rain. Did the peepee walk, now I can go to bed.

At least all the pollen will wash away. Plus it hasn't rained in weeks.

You need a fenced in yard.

Still single, can't imagine why.

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FenStar wrote:You need a fenced in yard.



He won't pee in the yard at night. That is the morning pee and poo.

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KtCallista


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dontwantaname wrote:Waited for a break in the heavy rain, to just rain. Did the peepee walk, now I can go to bed.

At least all the pollen will wash away. Plus it hasn't rained in weeks.



Pollen removal is good.

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pooflady


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Night all. Tomorrow.



The biggest lie that I tell myself daily..."I don't need to write that down, I'll remember it."

Mavyn


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Morning all. Don't think it is still raining here, but still cool.

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

AZGman


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Mornin', folks.

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

Iceback


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Good morning all.

In the end only kindness matters

Mavyn


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Near freezing, raining and windy at work. Brrr. Sinuses are apparently not at 100%--the walk down has resulted in a screaming sinus headache. Ugh.

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

FenStar


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Still single, can't imagine why.

pooflady


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good morning. Sunny and cold here. Husband's come down with a bad cold and feeling crappy. And they just started pounding, working on the deck. That ought to make him feel better.



The biggest lie that I tell myself daily..."I don't need to write that down, I'll remember it."

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Good morning everybody! Cooler but still beautiful at the beach. It was 51 when we jogged this morning. It is 40 at home in the mountains.

I've been trying to get my Levoxyl prescription filled. Who knew the pharmacy had to leave the A off of my member ID number printed on the card? I don't know how those nice people stay sane dealing with all the different insurance companies.

Daughter called and she ran out of gas on her way to work. She didn't have her debit card with her. Sigh... it seems a little excessive to deliver her a gallon of gas from 400 miles away. She figured it out, finally!

inkycatz


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Good morning everyone! Weekend filled with gorgeous weather, adventure, and FOOD. So much food, from the ridiculous (Doritos Tacos, movie popcorn compete with way too much butter) to the divine (roast chicken, mushroom asparagus tarts, key lime custard cakes). Agingdragqueen and I hit up the farmer's market Sunday, so I'm looking forward to a week filled with healthy veggies, fruit, and sparkly ginger beer.

All told, kind of need a weekend from my weekend. ;)

I'm just hanging out, really.

Mavyn


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inkycatz wrote:Good morning everyone! Weekend filled with gorgeous weather, adventure, and FOOD. So much food, from the ridiculous (Doritos Tacos, movie popcorn compete with way too much butter) to the divine (roast chicken, mushroom asparagus tarts, key lime custard cakes). Agingdragqueen and I hit up the farmer's market Sunday, so I'm looking forward to a week filled with healthy veggies, fruit, and sparkly ginger beer.

All told, kind of need a weekend from my weekend. ;)



Ginger beer that has alcohol? Or more like soda?

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

inkycatz


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Mavyn wrote:Ginger beer that has alcohol? Or more like soda?



Soda like. It's no fun to have the booze already in it! It is however really fun to show up with a growler that you expect beer to be in and have them fill it up at the market for fairly cheap ($12).

I'm just hanging out, really.

klozitshoper


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Morning all. Brisk wind here - snowbirds that are left are still wearning shorts & tee tops. Must be freezing their unowhats off. Going down to the beach to watch some uncharacteristically (sp?) high surf, as it is a west wind. Contrary to the "it is a warm wind the west wind, full of birds' cries" which I had to memorize in the 8th grade. Why I would think of it or remember it now is strange - really getting over the hill and rolling down I guess.

Mavyn


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inkycatz wrote:Soda like. It's no fun to have the booze already in it! It is however really fun to show up with a growler that you expect beer to be in and have them fill it up at the market for fairly cheap ($12).




dougall will disagree. In England, hard ginger beer is in fact available and apparently awesome. We've been looking for recipes to brew our own. This is the only one I've found: Ginger Beer. That looks tasty, either way!

In terms of ginger beverages, though...ginger vodka is pretty good stuff. There's also a few ginger based liquors, some of which are really potent (is, medicinal!).


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dontwantaname


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Morning.

No rain right now.

I could buy todays shirt, but I would be the only one who gets the joke.

edit: I just realized it was spelled wrong....I was just thinking I would be the only one who would know what a bad speller I was

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KtCallista


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At the office waiting for a call from Ithaca. I guess I should wonder over and see if the boss is in yet.

Going to be a very long day.... other job co-worker called and she's not coming in (she's sick) so I need to do her job when I leave here.... lovely.

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AZGman


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Never mind!!!

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

klozitshoper


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Nobody, but nobody has any young kids wandering around. I have inquired at a couple of computer repair places as well as a long conversation with Asus - of course the only ones who seem to know anything whatever, albeit it very little, is Asus. "bring it in for service". All of the other places say it is not worth spending any more money on even tho it is less than 2 years old. I asked Asus how to remove the hard drive, and they told me I had to bring it in for service for that. I am in a rotten, hateful mood. Preparing to drive over, back up, and drive over again. That should do it.

no1


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FenStar wrote:Good idea, I'll wear a cup too. You know, for those damn kids who think it is fun to kick people in the nuts.



don't knock it 'til you've tried it!

no1


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inkycatz wrote:Agingdragqueen and I hit up the farmer's market Sunday, so I'm looking forward to a week filled with healthy veggies, fruit, and sparkly ginger beer.



as opposed to the sickly veggies from the supermarket, i suppose

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klozitshoper wrote:Nobody, but nobody has any young kids wandering around. I have inquired at a couple of computer repair places as well as a long conversation with Asus - of course the only ones who seem to know anything whatever, albeit it very little, is Asus. "bring it in for service". All of the other places say it is not worth spending any more money on even tho it is less than 2 years old. I asked Asus how to remove the hard drive, and they told me I had to bring it in for service for that. I am in a rotten, hateful mood. Preparing to drive over, back up, and drive over again. That should do it.



ship it to fen, he can do it.

no1


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AZGman wrote:Never mind!!!



no news is good news!

inkycatz


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no1 wrote:as opposed to the sickly veggies from the supermarket, i suppose



You have to shop carefully, I've had veggies that look just fine and then are perfectly rubbish within a day or two.

I'm just hanging out, really.

dontwantaname


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Scratchy found yet another spot in the house.

The rug, right in front of the toilet.
He was nice enough to move over when I was crowding him out with my feet.

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Mavyn


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Puck thinks the bath mat in the master bedroom is the bestest. Unless it's damp.

He spent most of last night trying to curl next to me when I was lounging on the couch. There was a triangle of space, just big enough for him...if he let two legs dangle off the edge. Which he did. Even after I moved and gave him more room.

Cats are weird.

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

no1


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inkycatz wrote:You have to shop carefully, I've had veggies that look just fine and then are perfectly rubbish within a day or two.



i've had veggies that turned to p00p in just a day, but that was after eating.