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Old 11-05-2005, 10:45 AM   #61
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sc, i'm sorry about your day, but can we trade jobs sometime?
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Old 11-05-2005, 12:59 PM   #62
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sc, i'm sorry about your day, but can we trade jobs sometime?
Sure, Tom we can trade jobs anyday. I think it would be fun to come and see what you do. I must admit that my job sure does have some great scenery and most of the time the weather is not that bad, you just have to dress appropriately to keep warm or dry, etc. For the record I did have long underwear and plenty of clothing but once your hands get cold it is hard to keep them warm.

kadesma, it sounded alot worse than it was. I actually had alot of fun. I just get frustrated when others don't do their jobs properly and I have to fix their mistakes. But, hey, nobody is perfect including myself.
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Old 11-05-2005, 03:13 PM   #63
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I JUST WANNA KNOW, DO YA GOT ANY CHEESE ?
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Old 11-05-2005, 05:53 PM   #64
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got caught raiding the halloween candy... by that little midget (also referred to as daughter, offspring, spawn, or cute pet names) that runs around my house that I always have to tell to quit sneaking candy.....
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Old 11-05-2005, 06:10 PM   #65
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wahha shannon, what's that old saying..Then apple never falls far from the tree? Ya got caught with your hand in the cookie jar what? Ah that's okay, just tell her it's your job as mommy to check for rotten and spoiled candy...Mine bought that for about 5 min..then I had to run for my life

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Old 11-05-2005, 06:21 PM   #66
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hmmm, and another one comes to mind also "Do as I say, not as I do" I forgot that 'ol standby line
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wahha shannon, what's that old saying..Then apple never falls far from the tree? Ya got caught with your hand in the cookie jar what? Ah that's okay, just tell her it's your job as mommy to check for rotten and spoiled candy...Mine bought that for about 5 min..then I had to run for my life

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Old 11-06-2005, 04:06 PM   #67
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OK, here's my rant.........

There's too much stuff to read, and I am a reading wiz, but I cannot hack all this stuff every dang month that comes into my house:
  • investment advice and info in the credit union statement
  • 'special edition" mini-mags with do-it-yourself projects
  • political manifestos from all of them who are running for office (it's gubernatorial election time here in VA)
  • handy home heating tips in the electric and/or gas bills
  • catalogs (how did I get on the list for THIS crap?)
  • the strangely folded insert that comes with all medicines that tells you all about the trials they did on the stuff and contra-indications and yada yada yada
  • the "articles" in the TV guide that comes with the paper
  • warranties and instructions for gizmos
  • the quarterly statements from the people who have my IRA
This is on top of trying to read a decent book now and again, the newspaper, the local newspaper, my cookbooks, and the stuff on the back of the cereal box in the morning when I'm too blind to read anything else.

And let's not EVEN talk about the Web (excepting this site, of course!).
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people who believe a restaraunt is a day care center and allow their "lovely" children to run amok. please sedate the chef.
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trip 'em! If that doesn't work, clothesline 'em! I have to refrain from doing the same......
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people who believe a restaraunt is a day care center and allow their "lovely" children to run amok. please sedate the chef.
A bit of "laughin' lucerne" instead of basil in the meal will do the trick . Probably increase sales as well.
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