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On 6 days and worked 40 hours in just three of those days. Not to mention having to coddle an incompetent malechild and his male feelings. I earned the hell out of my days off.
Originally Posted by Saria
Yes you do!! My swing shifts are 48 in 4 and 72 in 7 (more like 6. the blip of a day off in between shifts is useless). I am always ready for my days off when they roll around, and ever so thankful that I no longer pull my insane starting hours for comp time crumbs. $$$ at least makes those hours bearable.
I do not think anything compensates one for "male feelings".



Gah!! I wish people would plan their emergencies better. I sit there for 30 minutes with not one thing to do and then get 6 different calls in 3 minutes.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Is it true that in Italian the word pizza means pie? In which case a pizza pie means pie pie. I should look this up but I'm too lazy.
Originally Posted by curlypearl
Does any one outside the NY/NJ area call it a pie? Out here in CA if I called to order a large pie, they would think I'd called the wrong number, wanting the bakery. It's simply a large pizza.
Originally Posted by KurlyKae

One of my friends from Texas calls it pie. I'm not sure if he gets it from his mom who is originally from NY or it's really called that in Texas.
I ain't thirsty. There's plenty of fish in the sea, but I don't want all of them, can I have some standards? Or do we just have to settle, for someone's who meh and will do.
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DH just set up the Sprint Family Locator on his phone. He promptly got a call from DD1 about it. Are you TRACKING ME? Um,yeah, you have a problem with that? I wonder if he'll keep it, for $5 a month.

Ah, now I get more of the story. He attempted to try it out on DD2 s phone, and it set the program up for all of us on the plan. Apparently, it's telling him that me and my phone are outside by the back gate. Close, I'm sitting on the sofa by the fireplace. DD2 is apparently standing on our neighbors' driveway. Also close, she's sitting in our kitchen. DD 1 better hope none of her friends live next to a bar...or anything.
Originally Posted by KurlyKae
When enabled and working correctly, wireless GPS is pretty good. Our arial maps at work will pin the caller fairly close to where they actually are. They will show in the woods beside the house they are calling from, etc. It at least gets you in the general area.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

DH just set up the Sprint Family Locator on his phone. He promptly got a call from DD1 about it. Are you TRACKING ME? Um,yeah, you have a problem with that? I wonder if he'll keep it, for $5 a month.

Ah, now I get more of the story. He attempted to try it out on DD2 s phone, and it set the program up for all of us on the plan. Apparently, it's telling him that me and my phone are outside by the back gate. Close, I'm sitting on the sofa by the fireplace. DD2 is apparently standing on our neighbors' driveway. Also close, she's sitting in our kitchen. DD 1 better hope none of her friends live next to a bar...or anything.
Originally Posted by KurlyKae
When enabled and working correctly, wireless GPS is pretty good. Our arial maps at work will pin the caller fairly close to where they actually are. They will show in the woods beside the house they are calling from, etc. It at least gets you in the general area.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
yeah, that's pretty much what we're seeing, too. The given locations were 20 to 30 feet from where each of us was. If he decides to use it, we'll know if the dds are where we think the are, heck, we'll know where each other is, too. No hiding that trip to the mall? Haha, the credit card history would tell the story, anyway.
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DH just set up the Sprint Family Locator on his phone. He promptly got a call from DD1 about it. Are you TRACKING ME? Um,yeah, you have a problem with that? I wonder if he'll keep it, for $5 a month.

Ah, now I get more of the story. He attempted to try it out on DD2 s phone, and it set the program up for all of us on the plan. Apparently, it's telling him that me and my phone are outside by the back gate. Close, I'm sitting on the sofa by the fireplace. DD2 is apparently standing on our neighbors' driveway. Also close, she's sitting in our kitchen. DD 1 better hope none of her friends live next to a bar...or anything.
Originally Posted by KurlyKae
When enabled and working correctly, wireless GPS is pretty good. Our arial maps at work will pin the caller fairly close to where they actually are. They will show in the woods beside the house they are calling from, etc. It at least gets you in the general area.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
yeah, that's pretty much what we're seeing, too. The given locations were 20 to 30 feet from where each of us was. If he decides to use it, we'll know if the dds are where we think the are, heck, we'll know where each other is, too. No hiding that trip to the mall? Haha, the credit card history would tell the story, anyway.
Originally Posted by KurlyKae
Yes it would.

With in 20 to 30 feet is excellent.

We can get some crazy coordinates at times. It depends on different factors. Some ping off of a cell tower in another county and your GPS reading is way off base as a result. It will give you the tower location as opposed to the caller. On occasion we have had wireless 911's ring in from different countries. The weather conditions have to be just right for it happen. Maps have their moments as well. They freeze up and have glitches before and after updates, but all and all it's incredibly handy technology. I don't rely on it, but it is nice to at least (hopefully) have a starting point when needed.

Or to find out who is shopping where! Lol
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

I would really love to read right now, if possible. I have some good books waiting on Kindle, but I think I might fall asleep if I try.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Pop tart assessment: not that bad. I couldn't eat them all the time but for a snack, yes. Thank god for zip lock bags. I don't think I could eat more than one at a time.

Edit: so much wrongness. And I can't bring myself to correct it.

Le sigh.
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Fat does not make you fat. It's actually pretty important.

Last edited by curlylaura; 03-18-2013 at 01:58 AM.
^ Glad you enjoyed your first pop tart. I could not eat those all of the time myself. I have only tried the plain strawberry pop tarts. My mom always has a box on hand, and one will do in a starving pinch. When it comes to toaster treats, I'm more of a toaster strudel girl.


I am in some kind of sneezing hell. Spring allergies are coming.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

I have been working on this blanket since 2007!!! i just finished it on saturday!
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What's a toaster strudel? Strudel is my favourite-ist pudding ever.

I had allergy shiners yesterday. I cannot believe its still as cold as it is and my hayfever is already starting. Da hell wit dat!
Fat does not make you fat. It's actually pretty important.


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What's a toaster strudel? Strudel is my favourite-ist pudding ever.

I had allergy shiners yesterday. I cannot believe its still as cold as it is and my hayfever is already starting. Da hell wit dat!
Originally Posted by curlylaura


This is a toaster strudel. I guess they were created to compete with Pop Tarts. I haven't had a pop tart since I was a kid, and have never had a toaster strudel.

My allergies started up about a month ago, and the pollen only just started to become visible this past week.
What's a toaster strudel? Strudel is my favourite-ist pudding ever.

I had allergy shiners yesterday. I cannot believe its still as cold as it is and my hayfever is already starting. Da hell wit dat!
Originally Posted by curlylaura
they taste bette then a pop tart which taste like frosted cardboard to me. but you can easily make these yourself from stratch.

What's a toaster strudel? Strudel is my favourite-ist pudding ever.

I had allergy shiners yesterday. I cannot believe its still as cold as it is and my hayfever is already starting. Da hell wit dat!
Originally Posted by curlylaura
is a toaster strudel. I guess they were created to compete with Pop Tarts. I haven't had a pop tart since I was a kid, and have never had a toaster strudel.

My allergies started up about a month ago, and the pollen only just started to become visible this past week.
Originally Posted by B-wavy
you beat me!
^ we must be hungry!
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I wonder what bad karma things would of happened to me (no let me say extra bad) if I would of gotten change back from this man when he thought I gave him a 20 dollar bill instead of a 5. It would of been getting paid 15 dollars to eat. But I'm a beautiful soul.
Pollen has been dropping since January here. When it rains, this being FL, the mold and mildew count goes up, which I am also allergic to. My allergies are unrelenting!!

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I posted this in the Walking Dead thread but this Norman Reedus video is worth posting again.

http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=5DQo754TCVw


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OMG so sleepy. Never get fast food for breakfast unless you plan on sleeping after you eat. LET ME JUST TAKE MY PRACTICAL and then I will pass out.


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The last thing I need right now is a headache disturbing my sleep.

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