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Old 12-30-2010, 12:41 AM   #51
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Please let me know how you like it in a few days...I've been considering one and am wondering if I should get a Kindle or a knock-off. What did you name it? if you don't like it you could name it ..Ing... as in Kindle-ing! I just kill myself!!!
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Old 12-30-2010, 12:43 AM   #52
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Please let me know how you like it in a few days...I've been considering one and am wondering if I should get a Kindle or a knock-off. What did you name it? if you don't like it you could name it ..Ing... as in Kindle-ing! I just kill myself!!!
I already love the heck out of it. I named it Fiona's Brain.

I like Kindle-ing
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Old 12-30-2010, 02:32 AM   #53
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Please let me know how you like it in a few days...I've been considering one and am wondering if I should get a Kindle or a knock-off. What did you name it? if you don't like it you could name it ..Ing... as in Kindle-ing! I just kill myself!!!

I love mine. Had it for over 2 years now. Mine is the first generation.

Mine is named Fugawi.
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That is geeky-perfection! So tell me, James T. or Jean Luc?
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Why did I have you pegged as more of a Sisko?







Ok.. I will duck and run now.
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I just got my 2011 Farmer's Almanac. There is a group for lovers of Dutch Ovens with contests and clubs in many states. How fun is that?? Welcome to DC!

PF, how is the kindle?

Santa was very good to me. I received some silver charms for my bracelet, a silver cross necklace, a Black and Decker cultivator, a book on wine-making, and some hand-made chocolates by a local chocolatier. My nieces and nephew bought me a pretty stone and metal necklace. Oh, and I got a toilet ring with a promise of installation.

Frank got a new chef's knife, sausage-making attachment for his KA and a how-to book, a King Arthur Cookbook with a baguette pan and bread-rising bowl, some silly (but very cute) knife rests shaped like kitties, and a few small BBQ gadgets.

The best part for us was being together for the holiday, and seeing my family, sister, and her awesome kids.

~Kathleen
A toilet ring? Is that a fancy Toilet seat?
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LOL I think it's the wax ring to keep the toilet from leaking. Better than paying someone else. Good gift.
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Ok.. I will duck and run now.
Sisko was okay, later Sisko was bette r....just don't ever peg me as an Archer.
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Plane tickets to Europe - YAY!
Several cookery books - YAY, too!
My husband is very generous and knows me far too well...
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