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minimommy!!!!!! How the heck have you been? :D

You've been missed here in da ville!

Hellooooo Padts :D So nice to speak wif you again! I haven't been very active on the forum for quite a while (sorry). Lots goin' on. I'll be posting next week after I attend a celiac support group meeting here at my library, let peeps know about it.

I left FB when they changed their privacy. I left a message up b-4 I split but I don't think anyone saw it.

Life in Dey-trois is interesting. I've been doing a lot of volunteer work--helping out at the community food bank in my county and getting active to call attention to the economic disparity in Detroit city proper. Also, we had a tornado in my hood last week--big mess. Lots 'o clean up, no bad damage. All is well.

How are all the psills? Is Padts still in Texas? How are things across the pond w/ Nik? Anymore quakes (doesn't that make 3 psills who've had them now? :unsure: ) What's up in Fres-no with Suze? Is Judee still smokeless? (I confess, I tried but didn't succeed <_< .) How are Bev and Jess doing and all the rest of youse cwazy kidz? I know several of you started blogging--how is that going?

Hugs to all!!

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Raye-chulll! Great to read you again -- been often wondering about you. Please come back to Psillyville! Um. . . .... .. . .our privacy policies here are.. . . . . ..um....:unsure: .. .well, non-existent, actually.... . . . ..

:lol:

I will inform my chidlins that my choice of music is nae so bad! - some kids in other countries have to listen to birds wink.gif

:lol: :lol: .. .. .And must try to dance to the trilling calls, yet.. . . . ..

Sitting listening to the birds in my yard. Some delightful chirps! Some god awful squawks! Some sound just like a neighbors telephone?

Kherrighnne, that may just actually be your neighboUr himself that you are hearing. . . . .... . .some awfully strange characters living in our midst, tryin' to mess with their neighboUrs, I hear.....

:rolleyes:

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Shroomie!!... any news?? unsure.gif

How is everyone else doing in the 'ville? I feel like I am completely out of the loop.

Rachel!!!!!!!!!!!

Where you been girl?!?!

My biggest news is that I got to meet Jess!! - the first 'international Psilly Psummit'!!! biggrin.gif

We need a recap - toot sweet!

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Also, we had a tornado in my hood last week--big mess. Lots 'o clean up, no bad damage. All is well.

Looks like we have our tornado! What natural disaster are we missing? Tsunami? Meterorite?

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Shroomie!!... any news?? unsure.gif

Nope, nary a word (about my place - power still out there). Plenty of pics and YouTube stuph though - lost a lot of our heritage buildings, and a lot of the brick (unreinforced) facades off CBD buildings, hence all the rubble. Looks like a war zone. No casualties.

Hey, if our patio is all broken up maybe we can repave with used brick???? :lol:

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My SIL posted this on her FB. Really funny take off song. I'm putting on here so she doean't know I stole it & posted it. ;)

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My SIL posted this on her FB. Really funny take off song. I'm putting on here so she doean't know I stole it & posted it. ;)

:lol: :lol: Okay, well, I'VE just stolen it!

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:lol::lol::lol:

:mellow:

:huh:

:angry:

Did you just call me a doodoo pie?

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:lol::lol::lol:

:mellow:

:huh:

:angry:

Did you just call me a doodoo pie?

Yes but I know you love me cause you hit me with a spit ball! :P

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Well, the news is all good :D One very frightened kitteh who now sleeps in the bed instead of on it :rolleyes: , some broken ornaments, cracked interior plaster, and stuph flying out of cupboards (but only paperwork and stuph, not breakables, apparently) Modern earthquake proofing sure makes a difference and everything eminently fixable. All the tiles still on the roof even. Haven't got down to the nitty gritty yet, but whew, what a relief. Power back on but no water yet. Guess we will go back after all :P And I won't get some new dinnerware out of it :(

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Well, the news is all good :D One very frightened kitteh who now sleeps in the bed instead of on it :rolleyes: , some broken ornaments, cracked interior plaster, and stuph flying out of cupboards (but only paperwork and stuph, not breakables, apparently) Modern earthquake proofing sure makes a difference and everything eminently fixable. All the tiles still on the roof even. Haven't got down to the nitty gritty yet, but whew, what a relief. Power back on but no water yet. Guess we will go back after all :P And I won't get some new dinnerware out of it :(

So good to hear this, Neroli. :)

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Well, I did notice the lateness(earliness) of the hour . . . you were up 4:45 my time. I shoulda got outta bed and chatted with you, Judee as I was awake at that time . . . just a tossin' anda turnin' . . . and tossin' . . . and turnin'

Headed out to go birding this morning!!! Trying to get Skeeter to join me on one of these treks but she keeps declining. She'd be really good at it. She's forced to listen along in the car when I'm playing my "Birding by Ear" c.d.'s (helps with the identification, you know). I would hazard that she's better at it than I am. Chidlins don't have all the tatt cluttering up their minds like mental grocery lists, appts, stuff I need to gossip about, and errands to run.

Isn't there a old song somthing like this.........""tossin' and turning' ''' oye my foggy brain.

Going to hit the bed early tonight for sure. that was a odd nite.....heck we should'of chatted course i would have made less sense than i usually do............

What birds did you and Skeeter find today?

Jim went on a World Series of Birding in Cape May NJ and was on a team that birds for 24 hrs straight and though the nite and alot of birds are obtained for the list by ear. Amazes me............

You must be a good birder.

Now DIS is HOT. That is sub-Saharan, er sumfin'. . . .. ...... .watch it out there, Joooodie!

My dad was a consummate mimic of human and animal voices.

I have often wondered if my dad's bizarre, yet somehow very credible whistle made it onto any birding soundtracks. Jyaghnutt, if there is a crazy, prehistoric call on that C/D that is stumping you birding identifiers, we may know from where it came... . ... ..particularly if there is follow-up commentary from a Mr. Lyndski...

Em had to cut your emotion cons b/c wouldn't allow me to post......sorry

yep hot in the desert......they lied to meph34r.gif

Jim would have been Mr. Lyndski. Wish i could have met your dad Em.........special man he was for sure

JOODEE!!!!!!!!

Get thee to bed woman!!

'Birding by ear' amuses me

I will inform my chidlins that my choice of music is nae so bad! - some kids in other countries have to listen to birds

Em!

Mr Lyndski!

you always make me laugh. thanks Nikki

Hellooooo Padts So nice to speak wif you again! I haven't been very active on the forum for quite a while (sorry). Lots goin' on. I'll be posting next week after I attend a celiac support group meeting here at my library, let peeps know about it.

Is Judee still smokeless? (I confess, I tried but didn't succeed .) Hugs to all!!

glad to see ya !!! post on the meeting...can't wait.

NO NO NO.........I'm not smokeless...........ph34r.gif sorry to say.........9 months and the house closing in PA made me NUTSblink.gif

Nope, nary a word (about my place - power still out there). Plenty of pics and YouTube stuph though - lost a lot of our heritage buildings, and a lot of the brick (unreinforced) facades off CBD buildings, hence all the rubble. Looks like a war zone. No casualties.

Hey, if our patio is all broken up maybe we can repave with used brick????

LOVE YOU HAVE HUMOR....

Well, the news is all good biggrin.gif One very frightened kitteh who now sleeps in the bed instead of on it , some broken ornaments, cracked interior plaster, and stuph flying out of cupboards (but only paperwork and stuph, not breakables, apparently) Modern earthquake proofing sure makes a difference and everything eminently fixable. All the tiles still on the roof even. Haven't got down to the nitty gritty yet, but whew, what a relief. Power back on but no water yet. Guess we will go back after all And I won't get some new dinnerware out of it

SO RELEIVED FOR YOU

Was just telling hubby about you

I would rather come home to see what you did than get new dinnerware babe.! Just so happy you and home and kitty are well.

Dang........how many of these emoticons are allow........Had to cut them all off.........sorryabout that folks.

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Well, the news is all good :D One very frightened kitteh who now sleeps in the bed instead of on it :rolleyes: , some broken ornaments, cracked interior plaster, and stuph flying out of cupboards (but only paperwork and stuph, not breakables, apparently) Modern earthquake proofing sure makes a difference and everything eminently fixable. All the tiles still on the roof even. Haven't got down to the nitty gritty yet, but whew, what a relief. Power back on but no water yet. Guess we will go back after all :P And I won't get some new dinnerware out of it :(

Glad to hear house & Kitty are well. :) Sorry about the dinnerware. :(

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. . . And I won't get some new dinnerware out of it :(

Great news, Neroli!!! Glad to hear it!!! Is it too late to "stage" the dinnerware being tossed about in the earthquake? Any aftershocks? Perhaps the kitty/house sitter can balance all of your dinnerware on the edge of a table so that an aftershock can send it over the edge??

What birds did you and Skeeter find today?

Skeeter didn't come but she said she will next Saturday.

Well, it's fall migration time here so the Warblers are coming through. That's what the big hub-bub is about. We went out this morning as well. We've seen Redstarts, Nashvilles, Yellow-throated, Common Yellowthroat, Black-Throated greens, Magnolias, Black-and-Whites, Bay-Breasted, there was another, but I didn't see it, so it doesn't count ;)

Also saw pileated woodpeckers. It's always a good day when you see a pileated.

Lots more, but it's all about the warblers at the moment.

Jim went on a World Series of Birding in Cape May NJ and was on a team that birds for 24 hrs straight and though the nite and alot of birds are obtained for the list by ear. Amazes me............

You must be a good birder.

Nope . . . but I'm a good faker.

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Well, the news is all good :D

Great to hear, Shroomie!!!!! Was concerned :)

Just poopin in--should be home unpacking but we're down here celebrating Matt's birfday which was actually yesterday. Gorgeous day--sunny breezy and cool. B)

Had to get the rest of me stuph, too. Been wearin the same rotation of clothes fer over a week now (washing in between, natch) :D

Heard this and can nae get it outta me head....

You're welcome :lol:

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Great to hear, Shroomie!!!!! Was concerned :)

Just poopin in--should be home unpacking but we're down here celebrating Matt's birfday which was actually yesterday. Gorgeous day--sunny breezy and cool. B)

Had to get the rest of me stuph, too. Been wearin the same rotation of clothes fer over a week now (washing in between, natch) :D

Heard this and can nae get it outta me head....

You're welcome :lol:

Thanks for the brain worm! Did you get a "Ting-a-Ling". ;)

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Happy Birthday, Mark! (Wait.. . .. . . ....:unsure:......canna go back as I'll lose this window. . . . ..is it Mark's birfday or Matt's?. . . . ...

Jim went on a World Series of Birding in Cape May NJ and was on a team that birds for 24 hrs straight and though the nite and alot of birds are obtained for the list by ear.

OMG. .. ....A 24-hour birdathon? The Avian Smackdown.. . . .. ..:lol:

We've seen Redstarts, Nashvilles, Yellow-throated, Common Yellowthroat, Black-Throated greens, Magnolias, Black-and-Whites, Bay-Breasted, there was another, but I didn't see it, so it doesn't count.

Also saw pileated woodpeckers. It's always a good day when you see a pileated.

Lots more, but it's all about the warblers at the moment.

Isn't this exactly the paragraph that Leeeesargh and I saw on the cover of the latest Cosmo? If not, methinks it should be.. . . ...... . :lol:

Heard this and can nae get it outta me head....

Hmph. . . . ...we see many telephone men in this video, but not a single THUMB. . . . . . . .. ...<_<

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Well, the news is all good :D

Phew!! biggrin.gif

Errr, thanks Pads rolleyes.gif

I remember that song, I think I almost forgot it laugh.gif

Hope Matt had a good birthday!!

Isn't this exactly the paragraph that Leeeesargh and I saw on the cover of the latest Cosmo? If not, methinks it should be.. . . ...... . :lol:

*snort*!!! laugh.gif

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Thanks guys. Here's a summary story two days on if anyone is interested. Sadly, a lot of beautiful old historic buildings were lost, many of which I was intimately familiar with.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4098390/Cantabrians-rudely-shaken

There have been dozens of aftershocks but none greater than 5.0, still ongoing, and the quake was on a fault whose existence was previously unknown, beneath alluvial plains, and was only 10 kms. deep. A lot of the areas that liquefied were built on fill, much like the Loma Prieta damage in San Francisco.

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Great to hear, Shroomie!!!!! Was concerned

Just poopin in--should be home unpacking but we're down here celebrating Matt's birfday which was actually yesterday. Gorgeous day--sunny breezy and cool.

Had to get the rest of me stuph, too. Been wearin the same rotation of clothes fer over a week now (washing in between, natch)

Heard this and can nae get it outta me head....

You're welcome

God now I can't get it out of my pea brain........that was so perfect given your moving too!

Hope Matt had a great B/d. give him a B/D hug from us.

are you staying all nite there?

Thanks for the brain worm! Did you get a "Ting-a-Ling".

Well did you Patricia???

OMG. .. ....A 24-hour birdathon? The Avian Smackdown.. . . .. ..

Hmph. . . . ...we see many telephone men in this video, but not a single THUMB. . . . . . . .. ...

HA Jim loved the Avian Smackdown. I loved the lack of THUMB sightings.

Thanks guys. Here's a summary story two days on if anyone is interested. Sadly, a lot of beautiful old historic buildings were lost, many of which I was intimately familiar with.

http://www.stuff.co....s-rudely-shaken

There have been dozens of aftershocks but none greater than 5.0, still ongoing, and the quake was on a fault whose existence was previously unknown, beneath alluvial plains, and was only 10 kms. deep. A lot of the areas that liquefied were built on fill, much like the Loma Prieta damage in San Francisco.

Glad they aren't too bad but a 5 is high girl friend.

well must switch loads and finish up with washing.

Just moved 2 dressers we got at a estate sale into our master closet and one in guest bed room

Me head is still in boxes.........ph34r.gif

After I post getting out of the house for a ride to see the fire damage...............OUT OF THE HOUSE..........HA BIG TRIP FOR THE DAYlaugh.gif

blink.gifHELP ME SILLIESph34r.gif

how do you get super glue off your eye glasses..............like on the lens part?

Stem came off and supper glued it back together but......................some dripped onto glassph34r.gif

Will be back and hope for some answers......... At least I got my stuck finger off the stem over the ear.

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blink.gifHELP ME SILLIESph34r.gif

how do you get super glue off your eye glasses..............like on the lens part?

Stem came off and supper glued it back together but......................some dripped onto glassph34r.gif

Will be back and hope for some answers......... At least I got my stuck finger off the stem over the ear.

Be careful. They probably have a coating on them and/or are not actually glass. Was it actual Super glue brand?

http://www.supergluecorp.com/removingsuperglue.html

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how do you get super glue off your eye glasses..............like on the lens part?

Jooooodie, I've been able to get dried glue off a windowpane with a razor blade - - carefully picking at it until it came off in one piece. Might be trickier with a little area like a glasses lens, and you don't want to scratch the surface, but it sure worked on the window.. . .. ...

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Be careful. They probably have a coating on them and/or are not actually glass. Was it actual Super glue brand?

http://www.superglue...gsuperglue.html

Jooooodie, I've been able to get dried glue off a windowpane with a razor blade - - carefully picking at it until it came off in one piece. Might be trickier with a little area like a glasses lens, and you don't want to scratch the surface, but it sure worked on the window.. . .. ...

ask and ye shall receivelaugh.gif

We've been gone about an hr and HA THERE ARE ANSWERS.

Karen.......will have to look it up as not sure it is actually super glue brand but did keep the instruction card.......must find it of course ph34r.gif

I did print the page and thanks alot of good info

Em.... bet it did work on windows.

Agree afraid it will scratch the glass and they do have that coating where the glasses turn dark in the sun.

Of course it happen on a Thursday nite........

had Dr apt to get ready for on Friday and then the 3 day weekend.

At least I can keep them on my face now ..........just can't see well................wink.gif

Will call the dr's office on Tuesday and see what they say.

I would have just gone in to have it repaired there but Friday was filled already

THANKS LADIES............

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blink.gifHELP ME SILLIESph34r.gif

how do you get super glue off your eye glasses..............like on the lens part?

Stem came off and supper glued it back together but......................some dripped onto glassph34r.gif

Will be back and hope for some answers......... At least I got my stuck finger off the stem over the ear.

Be careful. They probably have a coating on them and/or are not actually glass. Was it actual Super glue brand?

http://www.supergluecorp.com/removingsuperglue.html

As revealed in Karen's link, cyanoacrylate adhesive will break down if exposed to acetone. It does not matter which brand of CA is involved--the chemistry is the same. If you don't have pure acetone, nail polish remover has acetone as the active ingredient.

Most plastics are unaffected by acetone, but if the lenses are coated, the coating could be affected.

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As revealed in Karen's link, cyanoacrylate adhesive will break down if exposed to acetone. It does not matter which brand of CA is involved--the chemistry is the same. If you don't have pure acetone, nail polish remover has acetone as the active ingredient.

Most plastics are unaffected by acetone, but if the lenses are coated, the coating could be affected.

As revealed in Karen's link, cyanoacrylate adhesive will break down if exposed to acetone. It does not matter which brand of CA is involved--the chemistry is the same. If you don't have pure acetone, nail polish remover has acetone as the active ingredient.

Most plastics are unaffected by acetone, but if the lenses are coated, the coating could be affected.

Peter.

Sorry I didn't see your post

I agree....think they are plastic but coated.

All i tried before writing was the spray to clean lens when I got the glasses and of course it didn't work

Glad to know all those adhesives have the same ingredients.

Show have known our Peter would try to help out too with his scientific brain a working away on a LABOR FREE' WEEKEND ..........tongue.gif

How is your new employee working out??? I hope it's a good fit. With a great personality......and a brain.........most people can learn the job.

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