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03-17-2016, 11:13 AM   #24571
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I made the mistake of dropping an F bomb around my grandma when I was 6. You never forget.


My maternal grandma never punished us. She didn't have to. Any time we were on the verge of misbehaving she would hiss at us.




"Aaaahhhhhhggggg!!!!!!!!"




It was always enough to get our attention, and keep us on the right track.

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And lutefisk. You forgot the lutefisk!

Why does everybody always forget the lutefisk? :confused2:


Ahem!

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. . . . . . Tokyo will be destroyed by a flood of lutefisk and Velveeta.
03-17-2016, 11:20 AM   #24573
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Yeah Jean, he could have meant Donald Quixote.
Or ... maybe this one ...

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e) Fred. Any Fred will do.




Right Said Fred?




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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Corned beef and cabbage lunch.
I am stuffed!
Looks delicious! I love real corned beef....it is one of my favorites! Cabbage......great with the corned beef or on a corned beef/cabbage sandwich on rye bread!

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Oh, and the latest from Otis' Squirrel Ninja School.
I'm about burned out on the squirrels for a while, I've sent them all home for the day...enough! BUT......that video is just hilarious! It is so like what I see around here all the time. Just this morning I saw a squirrel leap from a tree and knock two doves off the cedar fence. They hate competition!

Regards!
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I sometimes get admonished by my wife for my poor aim.


I just go out the back door, over by the trees along the riverbank.
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a good Barber or Beautician has your views on most everything from politics to religion. Watching and listening how they maneuver those views is a valuable course in diplomacy like you won't find in any book. Their true views? You will never know....that's how good they are! They could spend hours in the old P&R every day and never make an enemy....amazing!
"Tact is the ability to tell someone to go to hell in such a way that they look forward to the trip."
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I just go out the back door, over by the trees along the riverbank.
See you're a Site Supporter today...damn Racer, it's about time!

Yep, I like to go off the deck in back of my shop......when I can't wait any longer. Beats "dribble pants".


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"Tact is the ability to tell someone to go to hell in such a way that they look forward to the trip."
Couldn't have said it better! I hope someone eases me into the trip......Watching the girls at the Beauty Shop is fascinating......sometimes I stay in there for as good while, we are close friends....Chocolate friends!.....and as their customers come and go you can see the smooth transitions from one client to the next.....a marvel of tact and diplomacy.

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See you're a Site Supporter today.......


I'm a what?


How the heck did that happen?
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I'm a what?


How the heck did that happen?
Blame Otis
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Corned beef and cabbage lunch.
I am stuffed!
+1.

Corned beef has a rep here as 'old people's food' but I love the stuff!
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Or ... maybe this one ...
I suspect this is some sort of a trap(per).
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Corned beef and cabbage lunch.
That's supper for us tonight.
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That's supper for us tonight.
No lutefisk?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
I just go out the back door, over by the trees along the riverbank.
Lemon tree. I water the lemon tree. I get told off by my wife when I water other people's lemon trees, but she does not complain if I water our one. Interesting.
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