pooflady


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KtCallista wrote:You're such a humanitarian, Fen.



Always fighting for the underdog.



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

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."

Iceback


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Good morning all.
I haven't had a lot to say lately, but I've been lurking
I did have a very interesting discusion with my department manager regarding my bosses soon to be vaccant possition and who he sees as his preferred potential candidate...

In the end only kindness matters

Iceback


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KtCallista wrote:

Oh and it's worse than that! I'll want both able and disabled people to be able to get a soda at the same virtual lunch counter. ... and buses, they'll have to share the buses.



^^ hippy left coast liberal ^^

In the end only kindness matters

joyner


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Good morning everybody!

Ice how is FIL?

Still no AZ?

edit: We have been watching 5 shrimp boats go out the ICW every morning and return every evening. I suppose the catch goes to Little River. SCDNR opened the shrimp season early this year due to the warm weather.

edit2: I ported my home phone number to magic jack. I cut the cord!

Iceback


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joyner wrote:Good morning everybody!

Ice how is FIL?

Still no AZ?


Good morning Joyner!
He is doing ok, he had his last appointment with the retina specialist on Friday and is cleared to go back to his regular eye doctor for the lens replacement(when his eye finishes healing in 2 to 3 weeks)

joyner wrote:

edit2: I ported my home phone number to magic jack. I cut the cord!



Let me know how it works out, I've often wondered.

In the end only kindness matters

AZGman


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Mornin', folks.

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

Josephus


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morning.

dontwantaname


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Yep, it is morning.

Good to see you Gman

What dragged Joe back?

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

dontwantaname


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Just went to stream a local public radio station.
One of our DJ's died and there have been a ton of old tape and new show in his memory.

I log on and there is a 20 second commercial before the stream starts. It is for some multi day concert. It has camping sites, hotels and condos for rent.

Hippies have gone soft!

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

edlada


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FenStar wrote:Hmm... seems like it would be uncomfortable to hold him in your lap.



Actually Stanley likes to crawl on to my lap when I am sitting in my favorite chair. Of course I am 6'6" and weigh 230 lbs. so it isn't too bad. He would crush my wife! Stanley also sleeps in our bed at night, on my wife's side of course. I guess he is a little spoiled maybe. But he is so sweet! We are working to keep Bella a little less pampered.

My dogs like me, that is important.

edlada


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dontwantaname wrote:Just went to stream a local public radio station.
One of our DJ's died and there have been a ton of old tape and new show in his memory.

I log on and there is a 20 second commercial before the stream starts. It is for some multi day concert. It has camping sites, hotels and condos for rent.

Hippies have gone soft!



No D'name, hippies have gotten old. Woodstock was 44 years ago, after all.

My dogs like me, that is important.

dontwantaname


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Funny thing Jimmy Kimmel said at the White House Correspondent dinner

"I also want to thank Mr Mills, my 10 grade high school history teacher, who said I would never amount to anything if I kept screwing around in class.
Mr Mills, I'm about the high five the President of the United States.
(asks President Is it OK? President saids Sure and they high five)

"Eat it Mills!"




I just find it funny when people who make it use their power to settle childhood injustices!
Steven Cobert spent most of his first year with his own show getting even with his siblings. Then again he is the baby in the family of iI think 12 or 14 kids. It would take a year!

"

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

dontwantaname


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edlada wrote:No D'name, hippies have gotten old. Woodstock was 44 years ago, after all.



All the tapes of the old radio shows are still around. They played a few shows now that Pete Fornatale died.

I wonder if anyone has the woodstock stuff? I remember Gary Stevens interviewing the bands as they came back to the city.
Or maybe it was the talk show that started at 11pm.
None of the bands like it. It was wet and muddy.

I remember Jefferson Airplane being interviewed.

I was 15 then. My dad was in the hospital and my mom made me go every day. The old ladies in the solarium would watch woodstock on the TV and turn to me and say "You wouldn't want to be there, would you? "
No, I would rather spend every day in the hospital solarium. ugh.

Although I was too young. No boyfriend. No drugs yet.
I met one kid who went a few years later. She didn't like it, it was wet and muddy. Her dad was there as security. He sent her home. I still shocked a ex cop would even consider bringing his 15 year old daughter.

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

FenStar


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edlada wrote:Actually Stanley likes to crawl on to my lap when I am sitting in my favorite chair. Of course I am 6'6" and weigh 230 lbs. so it isn't too bad. He would crush my wife! Stanley also sleeps in our bed at night, on my wife's side of course. I guess he is a little spoiled maybe. But he is so sweet! We are working to keep Bella a little less pampered.



My parents have a husky/malamute resque that I hold in my lap sometimes, but she can't weigh more than 40lbs. She would sleepp in my parents bed but she sheads so much that my mom can't sleep. She does of corse have a nice bed next to theirs.

Still single, can't imagine why.

FenStar


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Tablet + asleep=typos and poor spelling.

Still single, can't imagine why.

dontwantaname


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FenStar wrote:Tablet + asleep=typos and poor spelling.



Not bad for asleep.

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

joyner


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AZGman wrote:Mornin', folks.



Afternoon AZ, glad to see you!

joyner


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Iceback wrote:Let me know how it works out, I've often wondered.



magicJack says it will take a week to 10 days to be effective. We never use the land line except to get messages. I set up a new gmail account and forwarded the magicjack messages through gmail filters to hubby, daughter and me. Cost for magicJack is $29/year and to port a number is an extra $20/year. If fit works, I will be paying less than 1 months phone bill for a year of magicJack and porting.

AZGman


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Afternoon, folks.

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

AZGman


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dontwantaname wrote:All the tapes of the old radio shows are still around. They played a few shows now that Pete Fornatale died.

I wonder if anyone has the woodstock stuff? I remember Gary Stevens interviewing the bands as they came back to the city.
Or maybe it was the talk show that started at 11pm.
None of the bands like it. It was wet and muddy.

I remember Jefferson Airplane being interviewed.

I was 15 then. My dad was in the hospital and my mom made me go every day. The old ladies in the solarium would watch woodstock on the TV and turn to me and say "You wouldn't want to be there, would you? "
No, I would rather spend every day in the hospital solarium. ugh.

Although I was too young. No boyfriend. No drugs yet.
I met one kid who went a few years later. She didn't like it, it was wet and muddy. Her dad was there as security. He sent her home. I still shocked a ex cop would even consider bringing his 15 year old daughter.



Grumpy 'til the day I die.

klozitshoper


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Hi Gman, we were worried about you! Hi to everyone else, too. Looks like we are going to have downpours again this afternoon.

dontwantaname


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AZGman wrote:



Nothing to say?

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

klozitshoper


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dontwantaname wrote:Nothing to say?



FenStar and Josephus ignored questions from me recently, but I figured they had other fish to fry. Gman, on the other hand, I think will reply when the timing is good! BTW, I still don't exactly know what the definition of "it is so money" means. Tried to look it up, but it apparently has several definitions. I wish I spoke the latest language - but then again, I am older than dirt.

AZGman


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dontwantaname wrote:Nothing to say?



Thought I did; thought I canceled the post.

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

AZGman


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klozitshoper wrote:FenStar and Josephus ignored questions from me recently, but I figured they had other fish to fry. Gman, on the other hand, I think will reply when the timing is good! BTW, I still don't exactly know what the definition of "it is so money" means. Tried to look it up, but it apparently has several definitions. I wish I spoke the latest language - but then again, I am older than dirt.



I know dirt; you're not older than it!

Grumpy 'til the day I die.

Josephus


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klozitshoper wrote:FenStar and Josephus ignored questions from me recently, but I figured they had other fish to fry. Gman, on the other hand, I think will reply when the timing is good! BTW, I still don't exactly know what the definition of "it is so money" means. Tried to look it up, but it apparently has several definitions. I wish I spoke the latest language - but then again, I am older than dirt.



ah, well, at least I amused myself. I have no idea what it means. I just used the context of your description of it to reply in a similar vein. Since I couldn't really reply without revealing my ignorance, I kept quiet.

pooflady


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Hi all. Took granddaughter #3 shopping and to lunch.

Klozit & Joe, I looked it up in the Urban Dictionary and I still couldn't figure it out.



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

dontwantaname


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Since I don't know what it means either, it must mean nothing at all.

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

Mavyn


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I took it to mean something similar to 'that is so true'...but with a bit of sarcastically added in.

Or maybe it is a reference to That's So Raven, a kids tv show. Dunno.

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

Josephus


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My 16 yr old dotter doesn't know- might not be that popular.

FenStar


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klozitshoper wrote:FenStar and Josephus ignored questions from me recently, but I figured they had other fish to fry. Gman, on the other hand, I think will reply when the timing is good! BTW, I still don't exactly know what the definition of "it is so money" means. Tried to look it up, but it apparently has several definitions. I wish I spoke the latest language - but then again, I am older than dirt.



It is more likely that I simply didn't see your question.

Still single, can't imagine why.

FenStar


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klozitshoper wrote:I did not see what it was - the video Inky put up with the Beatles was in reference to what - Life goes on. Mysterious. Perhaps this is the next Cat and Duck mystery game?

BTW, is your avatar a pic of your dog? Cute.

yes. I belive Iwas distracted from replying to this post because I was having problems with my tablet.

Still single, can't imagine why.

klozitshoper


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Josephus wrote:ah, well, at least I amused myself. I have no idea what it means. I just used the context of your description of it to reply in a similar vein. Since I couldn't really reply without revealing my ignorance, I kept quiet.



Ah, phony excuse!! BTW, I had a cat that color, but his eyes were the yellow of the other object. I do love your art. You are sooo talented. Do you earn your living as an artist? EIDT - just saw a reference to your 16-year old daughter? I thought you were about 20.

klozitshoper


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FenStar wrote:yes. I belive Iwas distracted from replying to this post because I was having problems with my tablet.



Not to worry - did not mean to poke at you, just an observation that you young guys have more to do than to answer us old broads - and I am the oldest here on Woot, I do believe.

Josephus


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klozitshoper wrote:Ah, phony excuse!! BTW, I had a cat that color, but his eyes were the yellow of the other object. I do love your art. You are sooo talented. Do you earn your living as an artist? EIDT - just saw a reference to your 16-year old daughter? I thought you were about 20.



I can remember 20. for now. ;^) The cat is highly photogenic. most of them are, but he's really a beauty.


I haven't pursued making a living with art- I made and sold furniture briefly many years ago, but there was no money in it then. I'd dearly like to see this shirt print, though. That'd be 4 for me, not bad for a not pro designer.

klozitshoper


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Josephus wrote:I can remember 20. for now. ;^) The cat is highly photogenic. most of them are, but he's really a beauty.


I haven't pursued making a living with art- I made and sold furniture briefly many years ago, but there was no money in it then. I'd dearly like to see this shirt print, though. That'd be 4 for me, not bad for a not pro designer.



All these years on Woot sites and I had never visited shirts! I am having a lovely time over there!

klozitshoper


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AZGman wrote:I know dirt; you're not older than it!



So you are a govt. agronomist! Hope I spelled it correctly.

Josephus


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klozitshoper wrote:All these years on Woot sites and I had never visited shirts! I am having a lovely time over there!



just to alert you, on occasion it can get pretty nasty over there. some of the least enjoyable commenters have mostly stopped commenting, but not all the time, and not all of them. there can also be sort of left-handed compliments that frustrate. overall, people are friendly and helpful, and some are quite friendly, and very helpful.

klozitshoper


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Josephus wrote:just to alert you, on occasion it can get pretty nasty over there. some of the least enjoyable commenters have mostly stopped commenting, but not all the time, and not all of them. there can also be sort of left-handed compliments that frustrate. overall, people are friendly and helpful, and some are quite friendly, and very helpful.



Thanks for the head's up; however, I would not comment or reply there. I would be in way over my head - and I am 5'10"