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It's been a while since I posted.

Not much going on in c-man-land. Work is busy, busy, busy. Life outside work suffers as a result.

But at least I have Milloux (well, to look at anyway).
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adelina:
*ashamed* Can't help it... It's a genetic disposition I wasn't able to overcome. I was sorting blocks by color and by the shapes printed on them since I was a little munchkin.
adelina:
Err... I meant genetic "pre-disposition".

Anyways.

Oh! There's a pink balloon next to you... Happy Birthday and all that shit. wink
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Enjoying the 2010 Winter Olympics. I'd enjoy it more if I was in Vancouver, but NBC is doing a pretty good job.

Go USA! And everyone else, too!
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adelina:
New entry...please biggrin kiss
adelina:
I watch spongebob on netflix now that i don't have any cable!
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Happy new year!
sweetbutch:


feh.....


i mean, YEAH, you too Common Man


i cant wait to finish work and work out and curl up with a cool glass of sam adams and his short scotch cousin, glen levit
madscience:
Well hello! Happy New Year to you too.
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manko:
I'm looking at my old comments, thanks for all the precious stuff you wrote... glad to see you're still on this site. Kisses xx
mneylu:
yeah, learning more than one alphabet at the same time- and dealing with them in the same week is harsh indeed.
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I just read a newspaper article about a movie called Billy Jack. A story of a loner who fights for non-violence by beating the crap out of everyone who disagrees with him.

Sounds good to me.
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sophie:
The Rod of Wonder makes every experienced DnD nerd's eyes get hazy. It's really funny. Except, it's a mixture of excitement and dread. Which is maybe one of the things that makes it so awesome.
cutepillowdancer:
Thank you so much for your comment on my blog - i always enjoy reading them - ps love the Patsy pic how could you not love her?!
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adelina:
I enjoyed the bar graph you made in the previous entry. You are super. kiss
heterochromia:
I've never been there but I'm not a fan of Florida, either. After the 2000 election I wished it would break off the continent and float away.
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Being a geezer, I was interested in creating the definitive list of SG's in "geezer territory". It turns out that there are 57 "geezer" SG's, 46 active and 11 inactive. Out of 1,335 SG's in total, this is a prety small number (only 4.3 percent). Even so, 57 is a goodly number. Here they are:

Age: 30
Active: Al, Daylene...
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madscience:
Oh my god, I love it!! I'm glad you posted it in the Geezer group, too. People are always asking about the "older" SG's.

I bet there's some truth to what you say about Mr. Quiz Guy. But then, what do I do? If I hold back, I get so frustrated because nothing happens. Wishing me patience is right!
iggy:
Yeah my last job was a salaried one. I kind of prefer this hourly business because overtime is totally sweet.

We should start some kind of selt hating consumers club, where we can sit around and discuss why we have so much stuff...although I began to purge today. I gave away two pairs of shoes, for a pack rat like me that is a huge step.