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Old 10-12-2004, 10:50 AM   #241
 
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What was the name of the guy that used to have a sitcom on tv.. he had really short hair, almost a buzz cut and dark-framed glasses?
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Drew Carey?
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Drew Carey?
YES, thank you! There was a technician I used to work with that looked just like him and built just like him. We used to laugh about that all the time.
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Old 10-12-2004, 11:00 AM   #245
 
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bucky maybe they should pay you to sing and dance.
bring it up at the next meeting
lol, i woiuld end up getting paid a whole lot less...
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Thanks SerenityNow! I'll have nightmares now!
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i LOVE the drew carey show lol.
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Old 10-13-2004, 08:44 AM   #250
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We had kansasgirls bacon pull apart bread this morning & mixed fruit. It was great kansasgirl! Thanks again for sharing! :D
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Yes, it is good, crewsk! I made it the other day and forgot to thank Kansasgirl myself...so THANKS!!!

Breakfast today: Total Raisin Bran (with milk, in case Bucky's curious...)
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lol audeo, yep, them wee raisins are tough to get to stick to your tongue...
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Old 10-13-2004, 10:19 AM   #253
 
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I was up late last night and up early this morning doing work, so I was craving something gooey. I ran down to the bakery this morning and got a lemon/cheese danish and a large coffee.
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Old 10-14-2004, 08:42 AM   #254
 
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I had a strawberry frosted pop tart, oj and hot tea.
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i didn't even eat yet. dunno what i want.
maybe fried eggs toast and bacon?
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I enjoyed an onion bagel slathered with cream cheese. YUM!
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I got lazy today & made everyone instant oatmeal. :oops:
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I love onion bagels.. I like to toast them and making sandwiches.. breakfast and regular sandwiches.
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Old 10-14-2004, 08:51 AM   #259
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uffda, i had some of the cucumber kimchee for brekkie, with a diet lipton iced tea. oh man does this stuff stink, but it's sooooo gooood. very hot, lots o' garlic and green onion tops. i think cucumber kimchee is my fav, over scallion and cabbage. it's better for you than salty pickles; and good for the corn chute too.
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uffda, i had some of the cucumber kimchee for brekkie, with a diet lipton iced tea. oh man does this stuff stink, but it's sooooo gooood. very hot, lots o' garlic and green onion tops. i think cucumber kimchee is my fav, over scallion and cabbage. it's better for you than salty pickles; and good for the corn chute too.
I would have serious heartburn right now.. lol

crewsk, I like instant oatmeal, especially with brown sugar.
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