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Old 03-07-2013, 10:46 AM   #881
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I've been striking out with SO in the dinner department this week. Monday I made sausage and mushroom risotto which she didn't like. Last night I made a skillet potato dinner with cheese, bacon, onion and peas. She thought there were too many peas and too much bacon.

Help me understand, what does 'too much bacon' mean? I don't understand.
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Old 03-07-2013, 12:02 PM   #882
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I've been striking out with SO in the dinner department this week. Monday I made sausage and mushroom risotto which she didn't like. Last night I made a skillet potato dinner with cheese, bacon, onion and peas. She thought there were too many peas and too much bacon.

Help me understand, what does 'too much bacon' mean? I don't understand.
There is no such thing as "to much bacon." It does not compute.
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Old 03-08-2013, 12:29 AM   #883
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I've been striking out with SO in the dinner department this week. Monday I made sausage and mushroom risotto which she didn't like. Last night I made a skillet potato dinner with cheese, bacon, onion and peas. She thought there were too many peas and too much bacon.

Help me understand, what does 'too much bacon' mean? I don't understand.
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Old 03-08-2013, 12:56 AM   #884
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"Danger Will Robinson...Danger Will Robinson!!!"

Thank you. Now where is Dr. Smith?
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Old 03-08-2013, 10:30 AM   #885
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I've been striking out with SO in the dinner department this week. Monday I made sausage and mushroom risotto which she didn't like. Last night I made a skillet potato dinner with cheese, bacon, onion and peas. She thought there were too many peas and too much bacon.

Help me understand, what does 'too much bacon' mean? I don't understand.
Maybe she saw this article: http://www.businessinsider.com/sausa...e-death-2013-3
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Old 03-08-2013, 10:52 AM   #886
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Heresy! Why do they allow these crackpots on the internet.
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...a small price to pay....:) but hey, this is about eating 2 1/2 lbs. of meat per week. i consider myself an omnivore with marked carnivore tendencies, and i probably consume somewhat less than two lbs. of meat/fish in a week. the occasional steak or pork binge (involving a full lb. portion) is as rare an event as it is memorable.
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Well I have had a very annoying morning and it is only 5:25 am!

I got up this morning at 1:00am and checked my email. I noticed that I had won an auction on Ebay so I went out to pay for the item and Paypal declined my payment authorization. I thought I might have made a mistake because of the early hour and ran it again, another decline! Then I noticed an email from Paypal informing me that I had reached some internal spending limit and I needed to verify my account by providing additional bank information or by opening a Paypal Mastercard. I thought it might be some type of scam so I signed into my Paypal account and got the same message. Since then I have been going round in circles with Paypal. After 4 hours of this I got so aggravated I finally closed my Paypal account! I hope the poor Ebay seller will allow me to send him a check, I hate to see him harmed in this.

I hate it when it is more difficult to spend my money than it was to earn it!
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I hate it when it is more difficult to spend my money than it was to earn it!
You said a mouthful. Sorry to read that you had such a hard time with PayPal.
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Old 03-11-2013, 06:26 AM   #890
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My PayPal account is tied into my savings account. I only keep five dollars in there. When I make a purchase, I just transfer the amount needed from my checking account and once PayPal pays for my purchase, my balance is back to five dollars. I have never had a request to tie it to a credit card account. The one thing I like about PayPal is that it is almost failsafe. I am not sure my bank even knows that I use my savings account for PayPal.

Did you have any luck contacting them by phone?
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