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To you, Sir, I say: "Moo Ha Ha!"
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And to you, Old Navy, I am not thrilled. Mistakes happen, but geez — I could have gone to the store if I wanted to mess around with this stuff. You therefore get only a one and a half out of five possible stars as a result.
Originally Posted by claudine191
Haha! Sorry about the way TMI then. I thought you were talking about backing away from the convo.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

No problem.

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Originally Posted by claudine191
Happy to help!


Okay. It's time to get busy. I kind of like my turning around to night shift days. I can be a bum, eventually do some stuff, and be a bum again without feeling too lazy. It's a balance between what I must do, and what I feel like.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Swimming lesson went well. Today's lesson seemed to be primarily getting them comfortable in the water. He hated bobbing his head under the the water, but he loved the free swim.
I don't like voicemail, in particular, I don't like listening to vm that is along the lines of "hi, it's me. Just calling to talk"
I already know all of that. I would appreciate your only leaving vm if there is an actual message.

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I've gotten some doozies over the years, from some of my more eccentric friends. There was talk of a shotgun wedding in one; hysterical tears in another; bizarre questions from a philosophy professor in college....I like a weird message. There's even been singing (which I love).

I hate the ominous ones. The "call me" in a serious voice from my brother.
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My mom always cracks me up. "Hi. It's mom". I had no idea.


Ah! Clean house, clean dishes and clothes on the way to being clean. Very nice.


I had not heard about this, and have to say good job to Jennifer Garner and Halle Berry. I would be ready to beat the crap out of photog's who camped outside of my house and followed my children everywhere. It is an insane obsession.

http://www.businessinsider.com/halle...zi-laws-2013-8
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Good for them! I've seen video of Jennifer garner yelling at them because of the kids, and I agree, it's awful for them. I'm glad they are looking out for their kids, makes me like them even more.

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I've gotten some doozies over the years, from some of my more eccentric friends. There was talk of a shotgun wedding in one; hysterical tears in another; bizarre questions from a philosophy professor in college....I like a weird message. There's even been singing (which I love).

I hate the ominous ones. The "call me" in a serious voice from my brother.
Originally Posted by claudine191
I don't mind a funny one or a weird one. The redundant ones bug me (obviously). The main friend who does this is also a little clingy and takes it personally when I don't pick up, so the vm usually has a sad tone to it, too. And clingy-ness bugs me, so it just compounds it.

I think I'm a bit grumpier than usual. Going to bed!


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Swimming lesson went well. Today's lesson seemed to be primarily getting them comfortable in the water. He hated bobbing his head under the the water, but he loved the free swim.
Originally Posted by cympreni
I am glad the swimming lesson went well! Most instructors are really good, and getting comfortable is over half the battle.

I had this really good looking life guard/rock guitar teacher. Mini me sigh. I loved floating instruction Loved floating period. I'm no pro, I can get from point A to B over or under the water (with a tiny bit of grace, if I'm being too kind), but I can float my behind off in a large number of weird positions. One leg up, etc.. I was fascinated by it.
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Good for them! I've seen video of Jennifer garner yelling at them because of the kids, and I agree, it's awful for them. I'm glad they are looking out for their kids, makes me like them even more.

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Originally Posted by PerriP
Me too! I saw it being discussed on TV and they were interviewing some other celebrity moms. Sarah Michelle Gellar said her daughter has so much anxiety over cameras that when she or a family member pulls one out to take pictures, she runs and hides. That is just pitiful.


I know they want the celebs to get angry and yell at them so they can get footage, and I hate that they do it, but I honestly love it when the dad's flip out and beat the crap out of them. It's deserved. They're human, and you can only taunt someone and scare their child so much before something happens. That should not be allowed.
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Last edited by Fifi.G; 09-09-2013 at 09:20 PM.
^ I know I've mentioned it here before, but I can remember when the paparazzi first started jumping out of bushes to scare celebrities and their children, and get photo's. It became popular in the mid to late 90's and has gotten worse from there. Before that they were off limits unless taken to an event or it was an arranged shoot. That's fine by me. I don't need to know that they went to get ice cream and to the park. Who gives a damn? It's not news.

I really don't care about half the stuff they put out there. I don't care if Lindsey isn't wearing underwear or Tara Reid's drunken botched boobs are rolling around on the ground in a fit.
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

warm front went through already - at 6 am, we had reached 23C with a humidex of 32.

21C is our normal daytime high for this time of year.

21 = 70
23 = 73
32 = 90

they are telling us to expect the temperature to reach 35 with a humidex of 45 - 95 and 113.

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I'm sorry Rou!

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Came across this article on fb http://ceh.org/making-news/press-rel...IKZdg.facebook

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thanks Miss P!!!! i am going to do my very best to avoid the outdoors and stay like this:

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Please don't melt, Rou.


It's this not supposed to be the land of religious freedom? That would include the freedom to not be religious as well as the freedom to be (insert any religion here).

People need to chill out and not get their knickers in a twist over a great many things.

** Just reflecting... I can't even remember the last time I said the pledge. You said it every day when I was in elementary school, that's been removed to not offend anyone with different beliefs/non beliefs. So.... Oh wait! I watched PeeWee Herman's return to broadway show and he asked everyone to stand up and recite it (it was appropriate with the age group), so I did. It made me smile. So that's once since 1988.
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Please don't melt, Rou.


It's this not supposed to be the land of religious freedom? That would include the freedom to not be religious as well as the freedom to be (insert any religion here).

People need to chill out and not get their knickers in a twist over a great many things.

** Just reflecting... I can't even remember the last time I said the pledge. You said it every day when I was in elementary school, that's been removed to not offend anyone with different beliefs/non beliefs. So.... Oh wait! I watched PeeWee Herman's return to broadway show and he asked everyone to stand up and recite it (it was appropriate with the age group), so I did. It made me smile. So that's once since 1988.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
I grew up military, we did the national anthem every day at 5pm, it would blare on the loudspeakers and you were to stop doing whatever you were doing and wait it out (hand on heart, etc) - traffic stopped, everything. And, at the movies, they played it before the movie started. The first time I went to a civilian movie theatre after HS (i was living overseas and moved to the states after HS graduation) - I stood up LOL, my friend was laughing at me, she was a brat, too, but had much more experience in the civilian world. No national anthem.
Kind of makes me sad.

I also cannot remember the last time I did the pledge, so I'm doing it now.
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Please don't melt, Rou.


It's this not supposed to be the land of religious freedom? That would include the freedom to not be religious as well as the freedom to be (insert any religion here).

People need to chill out and not get their knickers in a twist over a great many things.

** Just reflecting... I can't even remember the last time I said the pledge. You said it every day when I was in elementary school, that's been removed to not offend anyone with different beliefs/non beliefs. So.... Oh wait! I watched PeeWee Herman's return to broadway show and he asked everyone to stand up and recite it (it was appropriate with the age group), so I did. It made me smile. So that's once since 1988.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
I grew up military, we did the national anthem every day at 5pm, it would blare on the loudspeakers and you were to stop doing whatever you were doing and wait it out (hand on heart, etc) - traffic stopped, everything. And, at the movies, they played it before the movie started. The first time I went to a civilian movie theatre after HS (i was living overseas and moved to the states after HS graduation) - I stood up LOL, my friend was laughing at me, she was a brat, too, but had much more experience in the civilian world. No national anthem.
Kind of makes me sad.

I also cannot remember the last time I did the pledge, so I'm doing it now.
Originally Posted by PerriP
Oh say can you see, by the dawns early light
What so proudly we hailed, at the twilights last gleaming
Whose broad stripes and bright stars, thru the perilous fight
O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming
And the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air
Gave proof through the night, that our flag was still there
Oh say does that star spangled banner yet wave
O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave

I can't image that not being around. I have sang it more times than I can count (every chorus show, and many other events). I liked the tradition of the pledge too.

*O'er does not compute on my iPhone
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