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Come visit, Vamrat! You too can wake up to 30 degree mornings, walk outside with a warm coat, and have it warm up to 70, only to fall back down to 48 a few hours later.

Everyone laughs at me at church because I always have a heavy coat, and by the time we leave, it's sundress weather. NOT good for my illness.  8)

I stayed up watching TV until 3 last night...I felt like I was in college all over again. I miss that! Kind of.
 

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IsmiLiora said:
Come visit, Vamrat! You too can wake up to 30 degree mornings, walk outside with a warm coat, and have it warm up to 70, only to fall back down to 48 a few hours later.

Everyone laughs at me at church because I always have a heavy coat, and by the time we leave, it's sundress weather. NOT good for my illness.  8)

I stayed up watching TV until 3 last night...I felt like I was in college all over again. I miss that! Kind of.
Oh man, I'm feeling all warm and tingly thinking about 30 degree mornings.  Can't wait til we get those again.  I think this weekend we might hit 38 at some point.  That will be sweet.  Will have to break out my speedo.
 

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It's not so much the 30 degrees that's an issue -- rather, the constantly changing temperatures! I can't explain it but it wreaks havoc on my body and I get sick during this time of year. I would rather that the weather be consistent....as long as it's not consistently snow and rain.  :p
 

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IsmiLiora said:
It's not so much the 30 degrees that's an issue -- rather, the constantly changing temperatures! I can't explain it but it wreaks havoc on my body and I get sick during this time of year. I would rather that the weather be consistent....as long as it's not consistently snow and rain.  :p
Ah, I got you.  It gets that way in what passes for the fall and spring here.
 

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I wish we had snow. It's the right time to build a snowman.  :)
Come to Finland. Unfortunately we've had less snow than during last two winters but there is still enough for snowmans. I've tried to build one for couple of times but our dog has mistook that as a funny play and ate my snowballs. :p
 

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vamrat said:
IsmiLiora said:
Come visit, Vamrat! You too can wake up to 30 degree mornings, walk outside with a warm coat, and have it warm up to 70, only to fall back down to 48 a few hours later.

Everyone laughs at me at church because I always have a heavy coat, and by the time we leave, it's sundress weather. NOT good for my illness.  8)

I stayed up watching TV until 3 last night...I felt like I was in college all over again. I miss that! Kind of.
Oh man, I'm feeling all warm and tingly thinking about 30 degree mornings.  Can't wait til we get those again.  I think this weekend we might hit 38 at some point.  That will be sweet.  Will have to break out my speedo.
It ain't the temp.

I'll take 0F and snow or some sun.

Dark, rainy nights make for hellish driving around here.

And seeing the sun is nice.
 
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I like a low temperature when I go to bed. I can't get to sleep very easily when it's hot at night, but with coldness I can get to sleep fairly quick.
 

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Because most of those songs are written by spotty geeks who never see any action so their only outlet is to write about it and sell their songs. #laughs
 

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Because most of those songs are written by spotty geeks who never see any action so their only outlet is to write about it and sell their songs. #laughs
Hey, I resemble that remark! :mad: :laugh:
 

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Because most of those songs are written by spotty geeks who never see any action so their only outlet is to write about it and sell their songs. #laughs
Hey, I resemble that remark! :mad: :laugh:
You don't strike me as a spotty geek. #laughs









(joke)
 

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FountainPen said:
PeterTheAleut said:
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Because most of those songs are written by spotty geeks who never see any action so their only outlet is to write about it and sell their songs. #laughs
Hey, I resemble that remark! :mad: :laugh:
You don't strike me as a spotty geek. #laughs

(joke)
No, I'm just a geek.
 

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Why is it that most of the songs we hear speak of human mating rituals?
Cause they are awesome?

And most music is marketed to the demographic constantly engaged in such behavior and that which wishes they were.

 

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Ren Fest Saturday with my lady and 9-10 of my friends, ought to be fun!  ;D

I'm bringing Mjølner, even if Thor isnt Renaissance, no one dresses the period. lol
 

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Ren Fest Saturday with my lady and 9-10 of my friends, ought to be fun!  ;D

I'm bringing Mjølner, even if Thor isnt Renaissance, no one dresses the period. lol
Is anyone else dressing up?

I've always wanted to go, for the food and drink. I'm ready to move on from Medieval Times!  ;)

 

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Ren fest?

One of the few times a large gathering that draws men doesn't increase my already fantastic chance of bedazzling a woman at a bar.

 

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My favorite local burger joint "Tigerbait Grill", is now specializing in Greek and Lebanese food and not burgers... WTH?  ???
 

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IsmiLiora said:
celticfan1888 said:
Ren Fest Saturday with my lady and 9-10 of my friends, ought to be fun!  ;D

I'm bringing Mjølner, even if Thor isnt Renaissance, no one dresses the period. lol
Is anyone else dressing up?

I've always wanted to go, for the food and drink. I'm ready to move on from Medieval Times!  ;)
My girlfriend is probably going as a gypsy. My friend wanted to be swiss guard (if he did I was going to dress as the "vicar of christ on earth, the supreme pontiff of the universal church"), but he couldnt find the costume in time)
 

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If I hear The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) or Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas one more time, so help me, I'm going to go postal. :mad:
 

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If I hear The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) or Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas one more time, so help me, I'm going to go postal. :mad:
And I would happily supply the ammunition. 
 

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If I hear The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) or Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas one more time, so help me, I'm going to go postal. :mad:
And I would happily supply the ammunition.  
Hey, at least I haven't heard yet the Jackson Five singing Santa Claus is Coming to Town. As much as I like a lot of his mature music, it's grating to hear young Michael continually pushing his voice sharp in that song.
 

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If I hear The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) or Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas one more time, so help me, I'm going to go postal. :mad:
I have the same feelings about George Michael and Last Christmas   :mad:
 

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Greatest. Day. Ever.

Looks like on a sunny, cold day, my neighborhood is no longer red-lined by the JWs.

Heard a knock at the door. Opened it up. And stood a VERY handsome older black couple.

He gave me a tract and asked if he could come back.

Of course I said yes.

Can't wait till next week.

 

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Greatest. Day. Ever.

Looks like on a sunny, cold day, my neighborhood is no longer red-lined by the JWs.

Heard a knock at the door. Opened it up. And stood a VERY handsome older black couple.

He gave me a tract and asked if he could come back.

Of course I said yes.

Can't wait till next week.
Yeah, I can actually see you winning an argument with JW's. :p
 

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[quote author=FountainPen]

I have the same feelings about George Michael and Last Christmas   :mad:
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That's one of those songs that has only about two sentences in it, repeated over and over. Doesn't sound like he took a lot of time on that one.  ;)
 

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FountainPen said:
PeterTheAleut said:
If I hear The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) or Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas one more time, so help me, I'm going to go postal. :mad:
I have the same feelings about George Michael and Last Christmas   :mad:
I heard it while in Sephora today.  :mad:

THAT SONG
 

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PeterTheAleut said:
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Greatest. Day. Ever.

Looks like on a sunny, cold day, my neighborhood is no longer red-lined by the JWs.

Heard a knock at the door. Opened it up. And stood a VERY handsome older black couple.

He gave me a tract and asked if he could come back.

Of course I said yes.

Can't wait till next week.
Yeah, I can actually see you winning an argument with JW's. :p
Argument?

They are good company.

Some of the best people I ever met or collection of folks are JWs.

If they would like to come out here to where most people ain't and go door to door to do some "good", then I say good for them.

FWIW. I've convinced more than a few JWs some of their stuff is off. This is before Orthodoxy. People I just happened to be around.

Once you make relationships, you don't have arguments, you have discussions.
 

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I have the same feelings about George Michael and Last Christmas  :mad:
That's one of those songs that has only about two sentences in it, repeated over and over. Doesn't sound like he took a lot of time on that one.  ;)
[/quote]

He's too busy cruising around in his car looking for someone 'special' to give his heart to this year, that's why. lol++
 

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I have the same feelings about George Michael and Last Christmas  :mad:
That's one of those songs that has only about two sentences in it, repeated over and over. Doesn't sound like he took a lot of time on that one.  ;)
He's too busy cruising around in his car looking for someone 'special' to give his heart to this year, that's why. lol++
[/quote]I just hope he went to the bathroom before he left the house this time.
 

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[quote author=FountainPen]

I have the same feelings about George Michael and Last Christmas  :mad:
That's one of those songs that has only about two sentences in it, repeated over and over. Doesn't sound like he took a lot of time on that one.  ;)
He's too busy cruising around in his car looking for someone 'special' to give his heart to this year, that's why. lol++
I just hope he went to the bathroom before he left the house this time.
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I thought that was the whole point of him leaving the house


 

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I have the same feelings about George Michael and Last Christmas  :mad:
That's one of those songs that has only about two sentences in it, repeated over and over. Doesn't sound like he took a lot of time on that one.  ;)
He's too busy cruising around in his car looking for someone 'special' to give his heart to this year, that's why. lol++
I just hope he went to the bathroom before he left the house this time.
I thought that was the whole point of him leaving the house



[/quote]Oh, I thought he was out of toilet paper and he just had to faith that Club Tropicana's convenience store would be open late because someone forgot to wake him up before they... went went(?)
 

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[quote author=FountainPen]

I have the same feelings about George Michael and Last Christmas  :mad:
That's one of those songs that has only about two sentences in it, repeated over and over. Doesn't sound like he took a lot of time on that one.  ;)
He's too busy cruising around in his car looking for someone 'special' to give his heart to this year, that's why. lol++
I just hope he went to the bathroom before he left the house this time.
I thought that was the whole point of him leaving the house.
Oh, I thought he was out of toilet paper and he just had to faith that Club Tropicana's convenience store would be open late because someone forgot to wake him up before they... went went(?)
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No, he was out looking to buy a cottage and needed the bathroom.
 

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FountainPen said:
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I have the same feelings about George Michael and Last Christmas  :mad:
That's one of those songs that has only about two sentences in it, repeated over and over. Doesn't sound like he took a lot of time on that one.  ;)
He's too busy cruising around in his car looking for someone 'special' to give his heart to this year, that's why. lol++
I just hope he went to the bathroom before he left the house this time.
I thought that was the whole point of him leaving the house.
Oh, I thought he was out of toilet paper and he just had to faith that Club Tropicana's convenience store would be open late because someone forgot to wake him up before they... went went(?)
No, he was out looking to buy a cottage and needed the bathroom.
[/quote]I've run out of puns, so I'm just going to say, "Wham!" because it makes me laugh in a juvenile manner.
 

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Volnutt said:
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I have the same feelings about George Michael and Last Christmas  :mad:
That's one of those songs that has only about two sentences in it, repeated over and over. Doesn't sound like he took a lot of time on that one.  ;)
He's too busy cruising around in his car looking for someone 'special' to give his heart to this year, that's why. lol++
I just hope he went to the bathroom before he left the house this time.
I thought that was the whole point of him leaving the house.
Oh, I thought he was out of toilet paper and he just had to faith that Club Tropicana's convenience store would be open late because someone forgot to wake him up before they... went went(?)
No, he was out looking to buy a cottage and needed the bathroom.
I've run out of puns, so I'm just going to say, "Wham!" because it makes me laugh in a juvenile manner.
[/quote]

We should stop anyway as there's probably a warning somewhere with my name on it waiting to happen for some reason  :laugh: They seem to be quite popular around here.
 

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I have the same feelings about George Michael and Last Christmas  :mad:
That's one of those songs that has only about two sentences in it, repeated over and over. Doesn't sound like he took a lot of time on that one.  ;)
He's too busy cruising around in his car looking for someone 'special' to give his heart to this year, that's why. lol++
I just hope he went to the bathroom before he left the house this time.
I thought that was the whole point of him leaving the house.
Oh, I thought he was out of toilet paper and he just had to faith that Club Tropicana's convenience store would be open late because someone forgot to wake him up before they... went went(?)
No, he was out looking to buy a cottage and needed the bathroom.
I've run out of puns, so I'm just going to say, "Wham!" because it makes me laugh in a juvenile manner.
We should stop anyway as there's probably a warning somewhere with my name on it waiting to happen for some reason  :laugh: They seem to be quite popular around here.
[/quote]Your corruption is proceeding nicely, my apprentice.

 
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