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Old 12-01-2012, 11:09 AM   #81
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hey, we're not all done with this 'getting to know' thread are we? now that alix is back from vacay, let's get back to it, if she's still taking questions,s that is.:)

this thread has been a fascinating read--great questions eliciting scintillating responses. let's see some more.:)
I'm still taking questions. I'm a ham, you know I love to gab about myself. Ask away. Vitauta, I'm sure you can come up with a good question or two.
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Old 12-01-2012, 01:16 PM   #82
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Any of the already established "Getting to Know..." threads are still open for questions as long as the Subject is willing to answer. These are established by the Mods and Admins after getting permission from the Member.


Alix, how good is it to be back home?
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Old 12-01-2012, 01:21 PM   #83
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What a fun trip, Alix! Did you go snorkeling? Diving? Do you have any more underwater pics? Which island had the best snorkeling? (assuming you went snorkeling)
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Old 12-01-2012, 02:19 PM   #84
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I'm still taking questions. I'm a ham, you know I love to gab about myself. Ask away. Vitauta, I'm sure you can come up with a good question or two.

where the heck are janet and pag when we need them? you guys had some terrific questions--really original and probing. too! can you come back with some more of your pithy questions for our subject here?

i make a good audience, but i cannot come up with original ideas for ????--i don't have an original thought in my head....
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Old 12-01-2012, 02:22 PM   #85
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where the heck are janet and pag when we need them? you guys had some terrific questions--really original and probing. too! can you come back with some more of your pithy questions for our subject here?

i make a good audience, but i cannot come up with original ideas for ????--i don't have an original thought in my head....
OK,Vit, you're pithing me off! So my questions aren't pithy enough??? I would love to hear more about Alix's cruise!
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Old 12-01-2012, 02:49 PM   #86
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OK,Vit, you're pithing me off! So my questions aren't pithy enough??? I would love to hear more about Alix's cruise!
aww dawwg, i missed seeing your last post! please, by all means, keep those questions coming! i want to hear much more about alix's vacation, 'n about everything that swims in the ocean TOO, and, and....food! didya get aload of that shipboard breakfast-beyond-belief alix described?!! man, i've missed out on so many adventures involving the ocean and food! sorry if i hurt your feelings, dawg, it certainly wasn't my intention, no.
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aww dawwg, i missed seeing your last post! please, by all means, keep those questions coming! i want to hear much more about alix's vacation, 'n about everything that swims in the ocean TOO, and, and....food! didya get aload of that shipboard breakfast-beyond-belief alix described?!! man, i've missed out on so many adventures involving the ocean and food! sorry if i hurt your feelings, dawg, it certainly wasn't my intention, no.
No worries, Vit, I was teasing you! Plus, I like the word "pithy".

And I want to hear about more cruise food porn.

And more questions: did you bring back some nice nutmeg/mace from Grenada? Outside of zipline and segway, what was the favorite thing you did?
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me too, dawg. a world without pithy would be a world without pity indeed.
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Old 12-01-2012, 05:35 PM   #89
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me too, dawg. a world without pithy would be a world without pity indeed.

what the heck am i thinking--there's probably only ten of us here who still remember gene pitney's 'town without pity' song from the 60s! yep, that's right--gene pitney, singing the very pithy, town without pity song. it was during the time that some male pop singers were recording their songs making them sound like an echo chamber. still sounds good to me today, r.i.p., gene.
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Old 12-01-2012, 05:54 PM   #90
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what the heck am i thinking--there's probably only ten of us here who still remember gene pitney's 'town without pity' song from the 60s! yep, that's right--gene pitney, singing the very pithy, town without pity song. it was during the time that some male pop singers were recording their songs making them sound like an echo chamber. still sounds good to me today, r.i.p., gene.
I guess I am one of the "top ten" then because I remember Gene's "pity party" like it was yesterday! Loved it.

BTW, if you can find my GTK thread I love questions! That's not to say I don't love to see Alix on the hot seat!
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