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04-13-2018, 04:47 PM   #45901
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
Pardon the miss spelling.
Not as bad as the last typo I caught four you.

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Not as bad as the last typo I caught four you.
is t-y-p-o an spelling error or an actual abbreviation of some sort

or are you just lazy
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Not as bad as the last typo I caught four you.
I know, thank you sir.
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is t-y-p-o an spelling error or an actual abbreviation of some sort

or are you just lazy
I like lazy...

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is t-y-p-o an spelling error
Is "an spelling error" a spelling error, or a typographical error?
Yes, I am lazy.
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I like lazy...
QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Yes, I am lazy.
Lazy minds think alike.
04-13-2018, 06:10 PM   #45907
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<snip> Well hello from a fellow Deccie...'81 to '99, started building/testing/fixing VAX 11/780 in the Kanata (KAO) plant in Ontario Canada...then stints in Ed Services, Field Service, MIS, and finally Outsourcing Management Services. Are you part of the DEC Alumni FB group? <snip>
I haven't seen the DEC Alumni FB group. I try to stay away from FB as much as possible, but I'll check it out.

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I think I understand and although I have nothing against a hearty grilled cheese sandwich (Sharp cheddar, not Velveeta) I think my dinner last night trumps.

Disclaimer - no cheese was harmed in the making of this Chilli post and only one brown trout had to die.
That chilli looks good. I haven't made any since last winter.
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I like lazy...
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Yes, I am lazy.


At work the majority of my peers take the position that working messy is working fast, and spend time at the end of a job cleaning up a lot of mess.


I take care to work a bit more neatly, and little, if any cleanup is required when it is time to put my jobs up for inspection and put my tools away.


When my peers raise their eyebrows and my style I shrug and say, "Hey, I'm too lazy to clean up.


In fact, I do that in everything I do. Always figure out ways to do things that leave less work and maximize the fun factor.

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(Sharp cheddar, not Velveeta)


Perfect!
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Brown Trout == Beer


Looks like Belgian.


I like Belgian beer. Goes well with beef, chili, roasted pork loin, sharp cheddar cheese, salmon, crab, all those really tasty animals.


Like this one.


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I try to stay away from FB as much as possible, . . . . . .


I never go there.
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At work the majority of my peers take the position that working messy is working fast, and spend time at the end of a job cleaning up a lot of mess.


I take care to work a bit more neatly, and little, if any cleanup is required when it is time to put my jobs up for inspection and put my tools away.


When my peers raise their eyebrows and my style I shrug and say, "Hey, I'm too lazy to clean up.


In fact, I do that in everything I do. Always figure out ways to do things that leave less work and maximize the fun factor.
That works for me too. I like to ride a clean bike. They seem to go faster and everything works better when it's clean. I do not like cleaning bikes. Solution: don't get them dirty.
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That works for me too. I like to ride a clean bike. They seem to go faster and everything works better when it's clean. I do not like cleaning bikes. Solution: don't get them dirty.


If they are push bikes that saves you the effort of pushing them.


Just admire them in display.
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I never go there.
I didn't for years, even when my favourite newsgroup (alt.2eggs.sausage.beans.tomatoes.2toast.largetea.cheerslove) went to a closed FB group, until the financial guru I follow opened a FB page. He's now gone to a closed website after serious hacking problems on FB. Meantime I'd discovered the dash cam owners Australia page and a daily dose of that is the best safety lesson ever.
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Not as bad as the last typo I caught four you.
So four, is that a [SIC] typographical error or a SICK typographical error. Lazy minds wish to know.

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Got my 4 5 9 hundred...
Me too!!

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I haven't seen the DEC Alumni FB group. I try to stay away from FB as much as possible, but I'll check it out.

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That chilli looks good. I haven't made any since last winter.
I actually really like FB for staying in touch with friends the world over, sharing thoughts, vacation pictures, etc. I find it so much easier than the old push method of updating with email. I am always surprised at the number of people that read my posts but stay silent. A few friends will like or comment on my posts but there are many that tell me, and only face to face, that they truly enjoy reading my vacation adventures. I guess they are my shadow following

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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Looks like Belgian.


I like Belgian beer. Goes well with beef, chili, roasted pork loin, sharp cheddar cheese, salmon, crab, all those really tasty animals.


That looks like it was delicious! And yes, a Belgian sour. I am a big fan of bitters but lately I have been all IPAed out. SO for the last 6 months I have been on a sporadic sour kick. I don't know if there are taking off in other parts of the world like they are here in Ontario, but I am loving it.
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