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Postby Jayelle » Thu Jan 19, 2012 4:17 pm

Maybe they really wanted the map and shovel?

Let's hope it wasn't for the purpose of burying a body.

Sounds like a mystery for Republic of Doyle.
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Postby neo-dragon » Thu Jan 19, 2012 7:19 pm

Windshield wipers? What kind of criminals are these people?
I know! If they really wanted our wipers, why didn't they just take them and leave the car?
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Postby LilBee91 » Thu Jan 19, 2012 7:50 pm

I'm getting the impression that Newfoundland is one of the most bizarre places on earth. Honestly, who steals wipers? But they took the umbrella too, so maybe they're making some awesome rain-powered vehicle--the shovel was for steering.
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Postby GS » Thu Jan 19, 2012 8:05 pm

Someone with a more artistic talent then I needs to make a sketch of that vehicle.
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Postby Eaquae Legit » Sat Jan 21, 2012 10:35 am

Maybe they really wanted the map and shovel?

Let's hope it wasn't for the purpose of burying a body.

Sounds like a mystery for Republic of Doyle.
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Postby Luet » Thu Jan 26, 2012 2:19 pm

Things I accomplished today:

Three loads of laundry
Refilled bird feeders, bird bath and hung squirrel food
Cleaned litter box
Measured, cut, hemmed (with iron-on tape) and hung curtains
Re-potted ginormous plant
Started replacing cabinet pulls (6 out of 36 done)
Vacuumed all floors
Crocheted some of a scarf
Snuggled with my cats :love:
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Postby Young Val » Sat Feb 11, 2012 9:19 am

Songs I Rock The Hell Out Of In Karaoke

King of Wishful Thinking
1000 Miles
Walking in Memphis
Killing Me Softly
Material Girl
Don't Stop Believing
Ain't No Mountain High Enough (Marvin Gaye and Tammi Turrell version. My friend Chris and I duet on this every time)
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
Walking on Broken Glass
Hometown Glory


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1. Pick songs to which you know the words.
2. If you CAN sing well, you get one "show-off" song per night, and that's it. Don't be obnoxious.
3. This is the most important rule. Pick songs that are universally beloved. Do not sing the current Top 40 (I love the current Top 40. I'm just saying that if you sing "Superbass" at karaoke people are going to take their smoke breaks asap, and if you sing "Let's Go Crazy" people are going to get on their chairs and dance).
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Postby Syphon the Sun » Sat Feb 11, 2012 9:28 am

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This never ever fails.
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Postby steph » Wed Feb 15, 2012 7:41 pm

Things I love about Brian

I love to hear him sing. I get giddy just thinking about him singing.
I love listening to him play the piano. He can improvise just about anything on the piano.
I love his opinion of my cooking. He think I'm the greatest cook in the world.
I love that he's taken me all over the world.
I love that he does the dishes.
I love when he touches the skin on my sacrum so I can fall asleep.
I love that he understands that touch is a very important thing to me.
I love that he doesn't really care that I'm not a very good housekeeper.
I love it when he dresses up (costume or fancy) and do fun things.
I love it when he takes me to the theatre, even if I always plan those date nights.
I love that he can be in (and has been in) musicals.
I love how he can build things.
I love his creativity and imagination.
I love that he's willing to sacrifice a lot so that I can stay home with our kids.
I love working out together in the mornings.
I love that he doesn't think I have to shave regularly. (Winters are cold, dang it!)
I love hearing him speak Italian.
I love that his closest friends are my cousins. (He didn't know them at all before we got married.)
I love that he is the best best friend in the entire world. His best friend from childhood was in a car accident 11 year ago and has a TBI and Brian was there for him completely until he moved back to Colorado. Now he calls him every sunday and he's even coming to visit for the weekend, because Brian invited him to come and he's willing to take on the care it takes to have him in our charge. He's an amazing friend.
I love that he sees worth in me, even if I can't.
I love that he thinks I'm attractive. (I think he's crazy.)
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Postby Eaquae Legit » Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:36 am

Things I love about Brian

I love to hear him sing. I get giddy just thinking about him singing.
I love listening to him play the piano. He can improvise just about anything on the piano.
I love his opinion of my cooking. He think I'm the greatest cook in the world.
I love that he's taken me all over the world.
I love that he does the dishes.
I love when he touches the skin on my sacrum so I can fall asleep.
I love that he understands that touch is a very important thing to me.
I love that he doesn't really care that I'm not a very good housekeeper.
I love it when he dresses up (costume or fancy) and do fun things.
I love it when he takes me to the theatre, even if I always plan those date nights.
I love that he can be in (and has been in) musicals.
I love how he can build things.
I love his creativity and imagination.
I love that he's willing to sacrifice a lot so that I can stay home with our kids.
I love working out together in the mornings.
I love that he doesn't think I have to shave regularly. (Winters are cold, dang it!)
I love hearing him speak Italian.
I love that his closest friends are my cousins. (He didn't know them at all before we got married.)
I love that he is the best best friend in the entire world. His best friend from childhood was in a car accident 11 year ago and has a TBI and Brian was there for him completely until he moved back to Colorado. Now he calls him every sunday and he's even coming to visit for the weekend, because Brian invited him to come and he's willing to take on the care it takes to have him in our charge. He's an amazing friend.
I love that he sees worth in me, even if I can't.
I love that he thinks I'm attractive. (I think he's crazy.)
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Postby Gravity Defier » Thu Feb 16, 2012 2:15 pm

Things I love about Brian
I love that he sees worth in me, even if I can't.
I love that he thinks I'm attractive. (I think he's crazy.)

See, it's these two things right here that let me know, even if he's on the strange (but awesome) side, he's one of the sanest people I know. You are worthwhile and loveable and gorgeous. It's why you're my first choice of wife, too. :wink:
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Postby steph » Thu Feb 16, 2012 2:24 pm

You are too kind.

But I love you.
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Postby Cassandra » Sun Feb 26, 2012 4:22 am

Debating whether to buy a piece of furniture

Pros:
-I've wanted it for a long time
-It's the most beautiful one (vanity+mirror set) I can find
-I would use it everyday
-It would last me a lifetime
-I have the $ to buy it
-I may not have the money to buy it if I wait years down the line
-I love it

Cons:
-Let's be real, it's expensive. I just can't imagine spending that much money on one thing that's not a house, car, education. wedding, hospital bill etc.
-It may not fit well in my current living space (I can make it fit... just gotta get move a bookcase or something out of my bedroom)
-I might dirty/scratch the beautiful white paint
-Does not match my other furniture
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Postby Gravity Defier » Sun Feb 26, 2012 8:41 pm

My unsolicited advice is to get it. From the sounds of things, it should last a very long time and you're not making an impulsive decision on something you just saw this morning and decided you had to have it. It may not go with what you have now and may not fit particularly well but when you get older and find a different living arrangement, you can decorate around it.
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Postby LilBee91 » Mon Feb 27, 2012 12:01 am

Things that annoy me about my crying:
1) My face and eyes turn horribly red and don't return to normal for ages.
2) I think I drip more snot from my nose than tears from my eyes.
3) If I'm wearing my glasses, weird salty residue tends to dry on the them (from tear splatters or something, I suppose)
4) My right toe taps incessantly.
5) Aside from the nose sniffling, it is absolutely silent.
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Postby Luet » Mon Feb 27, 2012 10:11 pm

3) If I'm wearing my glasses, weird salty residue tends to dry on the them (from tear splatters or something, I suppose)
Yes! Isn't that bizarre?
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Postby LilBee91 » Mon Feb 27, 2012 10:47 pm

3) If I'm wearing my glasses, weird salty residue tends to dry on the them (from tear splatters or something, I suppose)
Yes! Isn't that bizarre?
I was so confused the first time I noticed it. I didn't think I was such a splatterific crier.
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Postby Luet » Fri Mar 02, 2012 4:02 pm

Things I did in Los Angeles that made a miserable 4 day trip a bit better:

- spent two days and two nights with my SIL, Kelly
- stayed in a hotel in an area called Eagle Rock (and even saw the "Eagle Rock")
- used yelp to find a great bakery, sandwich shop, fish taco place and french restaurant
- went to Griffith Park and Observatory
- saw one new bird and got a way better picture of a second bird
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Postby Gravity Defier » Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:24 pm

Things That Are Impossible to Find or Insanely Overpriced in IL

-Sink stoppers: I checked three stores, multiple times, over a month and a half. There were none, though there were tub plugs.

-Nutmeg: Holy Overpriced Batman. $7 for a regular 2oz bottle in the one out of three stores that even carried it. It was still three times cheaper to ship this from AZ.

-Driver's Licenses: For no more than $25, you get a DL for [65-your age at time of issue] years. Mine was 48 years. In IL, you pay $30 for a 5 year license.

-Green Chile: I could get this roasted by the gunny sack in AZ. Despite living next door to a heavily Hispanic neighborhood, I can only find 4oz cans...ugh. Canned chile.
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Postby LilBee91 » Sun Apr 29, 2012 1:28 pm

Things that Make Living at Home for the Summer Better than my College Apartment
-Bathroom is cleaned more than once a month
-Having said bathroom to myself
-Queen size bed
-No roommate
-Fully stocked fridge and cupboards (I can bake on a whim without going to a store!)
-Prettier view from bedroom window (Yes the yard is still gross and brown and barren, but it beats a parking lot)
-My books!
-Big screen TV
-Peace and quiet
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Postby Gravity Defier » Sun May 13, 2012 10:55 pm

Seasons of TV Shows I've Completed in 2012
Big Bang Theory S2
Walking Dead S2
MLP:FIM S2
Breaking Bad S1
Breaking Bad S2
Breaking Bad S3
Downton Abbey S1
Once Upon a Time S1
Downton Abbey S2
Peep Show Series 1-5
Breaking Bad S4
Peep Show Series 6-7
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Postby Luet » Mon May 14, 2012 8:59 am

So what do you think of Downton Abbey now that you are halfway through?
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Postby Gravity Defier » Mon May 14, 2012 6:01 pm

It got much better a few episodes in. :) I went to get season 2 from the Nazi library after work today.


On a tangential note, every time I see Matthew Crawley, I start thinking of both Backstreet Boys and Titanic. He's like some weird hybrid of Leo and Nick.
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Postby Luet » Tue May 15, 2012 7:32 am

He reminds me of somebody but not either of those two. I didn't think he was attractive at ALL at the beginning but he grew on me as I got to know him.
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Postby Gravity Defier » Tue Jun 05, 2012 12:21 pm

Things I Will Eventually "Need" to Get to Have a Successful Apartment
[*]Ironing Board
[*]Clothes Hamper
[*]Picture Frames
[*]Dishes
[*]Bigger TV
[*]Bedside Tables
[*]More Lighting
[*]A/C and/or More Fans (getting one delivered tomorrow *happy dance*)
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Postby Luet » Tue Jun 05, 2012 5:55 pm

I think ironing boards are overrated. The few times a year that I iron, I use my bed as a makeshift "board". But I guess if you iron a lot, it would be handy. Even then, I prefer the over the door, fold-up kind.
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Postby thoughtreader » Tue Jun 05, 2012 7:39 pm

I think ironing boards are overrated. The few times a year that I iron, I use my bed as a makeshift "board". But I guess if you iron a lot, it would be handy. Even then, I prefer the over the door, fold-up kind.

for quilting it makes a HUGE difference to have a good iron and board. But or the once and a while ironing I do it isn't a big deal to use a make shift one. I do need to go out and get one soon so I can quilt again...

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Postby Luet » Tue Jun 05, 2012 9:39 pm

I do use something when I have to block my crocheted stuff but not an ironing board (too small). I got foam mats that lock together into whatever square/rectangular shape I need. Then, I cover with towels and pin the piece to the mats to block.
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Postby Gravity Defier » Wed Jun 06, 2012 8:45 am

Some in my family put a towel on the ground and iron over that but I found I'm just lousy enough at ironing that I can't really cut corners and expect things to turn out okay.
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I will laugh if I've done this list on this page.

Things I Want When I'm a Big Kid
A comfy reading chair
A personal library - size doesn't matter, I just want a room where books can live
A porch with a swing
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Reasons I Am Tired Right Now
[*]Walked ~13 miles today
[*]So I could visit/tour 14 buildings,
[*]Spending 16 hours outside of the apartment, starting at 7:30AM
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Postby Gravity Defier » Tue Oct 16, 2012 12:03 am

States I Have Been In
Washington**
Oregon (P)
California (L)
Nevada
Utah**
Arizona (L)
New Mexico (L)
Colorado (P)
Texas*
North Dakota (P)
Minnesota (P)
Illinois (L)
Iowa (P)
Michigan**
Virginia (P)
Pennsylvania (P)
New Jersey (P)
New York (P)
Georgia**

** Only been in an airport and/or didn't sight-see
(P) Only saw because it involved visiting a Pwebber
(L) Lived there at some point
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Postby thoughtreader » Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:28 am

Alea that seems like a fun list that my can't fall asleep self wants to try to make...

North Carolina
Tennessee (L)
Kentucky (W)
Missouri (W)
Illinois (D/A)
Iowa (D)
Nebraska (D/BD)
Wyoming (D)
Utah (D)
Idaho (D)
Oregon (L)
Minnesota (D)
South Dakota (D)
Montana (D)
Washington (L)
California (L)
Texas (L)
Nevada
Pensilvania
New Jersey
New York (L)
Delaware (D)
Maryland
Connecticut
Maine
Vermont
Massachusetts
New Hampshire (D)
Washington DC (P)
Gorgia
Alabama
Florida
Michigan (W)
Colorado (A)
Arizona (W)


And just for fun... places outside the US

Canada (specifically BC) (W)
Bulgaria (W)
France (W)
England
Zambia

Key...
D Drove through it on road tips/moves very little contact with the actually state.
L Lived there
A chilled in an airport I feel like I've been to more airports but I guess I drove through those states too...
BD Broke down in North Platt NE on a road trip to college my sophomore year... much more contact with that state than expected :(
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Postby GS » Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:37 am

Pensilvania
I don't usually nit pick spelling, but this one made me giggle.
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Postby thoughtreader » Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:58 am

well poop!

such a long list I must have missed the red squiggly you can't spell to save you life line.

*sigh*

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