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pblgov wrote:morning KT



Good morning~!

Nice photos, Neo...you probably found my source photos for my chop.

"Variable star V838 Monocerotis lies near the edge of the Milky Way Galaxy, about 20,000 light-years from our sun" -NASA

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killingtime wrote:

Good morning~!

Nice photos, Neo...you probably found my source photos for my chop.

"Variable star V838 Monocerotis lies near the edge of the Milky Way Galaxy, about 20,000 light-years from our sun" -NASA



cool... maybe I'll go there when I retire

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pblgov wrote:

cool... maybe I'll go there when I retire



I love NASA images...

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I emailed Qwerty this morning...I wonder where he be?

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Morning All, wow those pictures sure are purty bubbiful. Thought I'd wake you up by spelling some words wrong. I know I can do that without trying on a regular basis. Anyone doing anything exciting today?

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terrybatey wrote:Morning All, wow those pictures sure are purty bubbiful. Thought I'd wake you up by spelling some words wrong. I know I can do that without trying on a regular basis. Anyone doing anything exciting today?



Just working....

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killingtime wrote:

Just working....


house cleaning or work work

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terrybatey wrote:Morning All, wow those pictures sure are purty bubbiful. Thought I'd wake you up by spelling some words wrong. I know I can do that without trying on a regular basis. Anyone doing anything exciting today?



Having lunch with a couple of friends at restaurant in a small, local airport. Get to watch the little planes land and take off.



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

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pooflady wrote:

Having lunch with a couple of friends at restaurant in a small, local airport. Get to watch the little planes land and take off.


Sounds nice maybe you'll be lucky and some pilot will take you for a ride.

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terrybatey wrote:
Sounds nice maybe you'll be lucky and some pilot will take you for a ride.



Hmm, did she mean that literally or figuratively?



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pooflady wrote:

Hmm, did she mean that literally or figuratively?


anyway that suits you

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terrybatey wrote:
house cleaning or work work



Well, okay...admittedly I ran to the hardware store and installed 3 new strike plates for doors that I wanted to close better.

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killingtime wrote:

Well, okay...admittedly I ran to the hardware store and installed 3 new strike plates for doors that I wanted to close better.


LOL. I'm sure every thing is fine. Inspectors don't care about that stuff anyway and it's not a show stopper. Now that picture that's hanging crooked near your dinning room table... well.... I'd fix that if I were you.

(Bet you looked didn't you?)




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killingtime wrote:

Well, okay...admittedly I ran to the hardware store and installed 3 new strike plates for doors that I wanted to close better.



Did you eat this morning?



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daj59 wrote:
LOL. I'm sure every thing is fine. Inspectors don't care about that stuff anyway and it's not a show stopper. Now that picture that's hanging crooked near your dinning room table... well.... I'd fix that if I were you.

(Bet you looked didn't you?)



You're evil. I did straighten the ones in my office...

Well, it could be worse. I couldn't care at all...

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pooflady wrote:

Did you eat this morning?



I did. I had some peanut butter crackers and am having a diet coke. I had my pills and even refilled my pill container. I have one of those SMTWTFS containers.

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killingtime wrote:

I did. I had some peanut butter crackers and am having a diet coke. I had my pills and even refilled my pill container. I have one of those SMTWTFS containers.


My 7-day pill container is the only way I know what day of the week it is. LOL

I'd move those candles on the coffee table a bit to the right. They'll look much better -- more Zen, you know.




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daj59 wrote:
My 7-day pill container is the only way I know what day of the week it is. LOL

I'd move those candles on the coffee table a bit to the right. They'll look much better -- more Zen, you know.



I asked my husband to bring home a magic eraser on the way home...

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NB: I just deleted all of my PMs because IE6 is wonky. I am posting through woot wine, but problems exist over here, too.

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What temperature should I leave the thermostat on tomorrow for the home inspection? Keeping in mind the buyer is an older woman...68, 69, 70, 72?

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killingtime wrote:What temperature should I leave the thermostat on tomorrow for the home inspection? Keeping in mind the buyer is an older woman...68, 69, 70, 72?



hm. I'm guessing she's 72.

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killingtime wrote:What temperature should I leave the thermostat on tomorrow for the home inspection? Keeping in mind the buyer is an older woman...68, 69, 70, 72?


About 70. You don't want it too high because that will be one of the things the inspector checks. You want him to be able to raise the temp and have everything come on. If you set it too warm, he'll really have to crank it.




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killingtime wrote:What temperature should I leave the thermostat on tomorrow for the home inspection? Keeping in mind the buyer is an older woman...68, 69, 70, 72?


Aren't older people generally colder than the young? I say kick it up for the day.

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[quote user="daj59"]
About 70. You don't want it too high because that will be one of the things the inspector checks. You want him to be able to raise the temp and have everything come on. If you set it too warm, he'll really have to crank it. [/quote)

On second thought..he sounds right about the inspector

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70, it will be then...

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daj59 wrote:
About 70. You don't want it too high because that will be one of the things the inspector checks. You want him to be able to raise the temp and have everything come on. If you set it too warm, he'll really have to crank it.


terrybatey wrote:
On second thought..he sounds right about the inspector


If it's a typo, please ignore me... daj is a female, close to your age.

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tall4agirl wrote:
If it's a typo, please ignore me... daj is a female, close to your age.


<sniff> ty




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tall4agirl wrote:
If it's a typo, please ignore me... daj is a female, close to your age.


Thanks, I had no clue...sorry daj for the mixup

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daj59 wrote:
<sniff> ty



"Precious and few are the moments we two can share..."

It's okay...I generally have the same problem.

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terrybatey wrote:
Thanks, I had no clue...sorry daj for the mixup


<blows nose>
It's ok.




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killingtime wrote:I emailed Qwerty this morning...I wonder where he be?



I went to look for his email address, but it dropped off, it was too long ago.

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dontwantaname wrote:
I went to look for his email address, but it dropped off, it was too long ago.



I doubt he even remembers what it was...

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pooflady wrote:

Having lunch with a couple of friends at restaurant in a small, local airport. Get to watch the little planes land and take off.



We do that at MV! At the airport with the dirt runway. When fuel wasn't so totally expensive we found out people would fly to an airport just to eat lunch and go home!

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killingtime wrote:

"Precious and few are the moments we two can share..."

It's okay...I generally have the same problem.


When I started here I actually did think you were a male. Then one day you were talking about shopping and cleaning. Then I thought ok..female..or gay man...someone a few days later who knew you referred to you as a "she" and the secret was revealed.

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killingtime wrote:

"Precious and few are the moments we two can share..."

It's okay...I generally have the same problem.



Yeah, sure....did you take the woot flow chart of who is who off the wall?

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dontwantaname wrote:

Yeah, sure....did you take the woot flow chart of who is who off the wall?


When I first read that sentence my brain thought "who is off the wall" know that isn't what you meant but think some of us fall into that category.

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terrybatey wrote:
When I first read that sentence my brain thought "who is off the wall" know that isn't what you meant but think some of us fall into that category.



Sentence structure isn't one of my strong points.


I bet KT has a flow chart for that too!

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terrybatey wrote:
When I first read that sentence my brain thought "who is off the wall" know that isn't what you meant but think some of us fall into that category.


Some of us?!?

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tall4agirl wrote:
Some of us?!?



Some of us are normal...

there is.......um no


what about.......oh



but, what about........no

Oh. Maybe that was what I meant.

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