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Thanks, POeter!! :lol:B)

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I have accomplished my 'to-do' list for the day:

1.) Get dressed..................check

Everything else that gets done is just bonus, right?

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You're farther along then i am. I'm not planning on getting dressed lol.

So, i'm thinking of making that cake thingy today, however i have no toothpicks to check for doneness. Could i use a knife or something like that instead?

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butter knife works well. Also check the edges, they should be kinda pulling away from the pan. Middle part should spring back when you touch it lightly.

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<------Those were the good ole days

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"Active 4 yrs ago" & female? . .. .. .yeah yeah, trying to think of where my own SHMH pic is . ..hmmm . .I think mine had LLAMAS . ..must . .find ....

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You are correct, tom. Mine's missing at the moment as well.

I'm looking.

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Ta-da!!!!!

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:D

Too funny - I remember thinking why would someone have a bust as their profile pic when I was a newbie - don't think I ventured into the funny pages back then or maybe I would have got it -- I don't think I've seen the one I vaguely remember, but maybe it was Jestgar's kitty -- keep 'em coming -- thanks for the giggles :)

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Hey MindWarp, so what's the deal on the 21 units? Have you taken such high load before?

I don't know if I remember anyone finishing a semester w/ that many. Maybe your system is different, but you did say semesters, not quarters. (Learned long ago to not compare my sems w/ others' qtrs)

Loved my Astronomy classes to the point I almost majored in it.

Has meandering Psillyville's Memory Lane skipped The Snow Poodles? :o

And really . ....doesn't "digital pack rat" describe everyone who's owned a computer? :huh:

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cackling gently here through my tears : :(:mellow: <weak smile>

Sam Hill.....crutch tips....Jack taking the crutch tip to school.....oh man, I almost got a :lol: face over that.....all such fantastic stuff....newbies must be conphuzed......

and HI JUDITH !!! :wub:

going to bed for a long winter's nap, Psills.....carry on! Need the silly, will check in later

xoxoxo

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Ptaum, where did you say Murphy's Ridge is? I always think about it when talking about a trip up north. Maybe I could....tread there....

I think it would be neat to see. :)

http://www.lat-long.com/Latitude-Longitude-2711980-Alaska-Murphy_Ridge.html

Sorry it took me so long.

Grrr Anchorage Daily News ditched the 2006 article .. .BUT

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:CpMBQwPtE_cJ:http://www.adn.com/2008/08/12/v-printer/492012/memorial-honors-park-ranger.html%2B%22Murphy+Ridge%22+naming+%22hatcher+pass%22&hl=en&gl=US&ct=clnk

So glad this really happened.

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(unsure if this is directed at me :blink: )

Eh, i need to take 3 semsesters with 21 credits (7 3 hour classes per week) in order to graduate by the spring of 2014. Generally we're only allowed to take 18. This semester i'm taking 19, so its not that big of a jump.

At any rate, my cake plan is canceled at the moment. I feel a bad cold comming on and i had a coughing fit whilst i was cleaning up the kitchen (had a few things left out, etc)

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Lol oops sorry Shadow (& MW), I should've read back . . .. .this surfing on a phone stuff sometimes leads me to skip such steps. Or maybe this time it's the forum january molassesness.

Anyway ... .ahhhh keeping on schedule for grad & good to hear it's only a 2 credit jump.

What will your degree be in?

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cackling gently here through my tears : :(:mellow: <weak smile>

:wub::wub::wub: Check in here often, Sooozle...

Grrr Anchorage Daily News ditched the 2006 article .. .BUT

http://webcache.goog...n&gl=US&ct=clnk

So glad this really happened.

:):) This is fantastic..... . . .. Murphy Ridge....

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Lol oops sorry Shadow (& MW), I should've read back . . .. .this surfing on a phone stuff sometimes leads me to skip such steps. Or maybe this time it's the forum january molassesness.

Anyway ... .ahhhh keeping on schedule for grad & good to hear it's only a 2 credit jump.

What will your degree be in?

No big deal :)

Ah, i'm getting two degrees one in history and one in anthropology.

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Ooh a cool double! My anthro course would've been for non-majors, but it was fantastically interesting & a pretty popular course to boot.

I remember smiling at the time when I found I wouldn't have to take History of Western Civ after all, since all I'd ever heard was complaints about it, but in hindsight I know it would've been good for me to take back then.

Funny how confused so much of America is on what a socialist regime actually looks like.

(Non-partisan issues-oriented comment in accordance w/ FEC's anonymity rules on 501©(3) orgs)

:huh:

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I am in grad school, where 6-9 credits is considered a full load. I do have 3 undergrad degrees and I recall taking 19 credits more then once... but could not imagine that now! Struggle to keep up with 6! Might have something to do with not being a 19 year old bachelor any more...

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Indeed.

Last semester i was taking 12 credits (all online courses) then i jump to 19 and i have less homework in these then i did in those O.O

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Tom

I managed to string out my university years to 11, wonderful days, but you'd not catch me doing it again now! It just took me 3 years to get round to a 13 000 word imformal assignment... I get the smartphone issue :o :o :o :o :o

SIW

Sounds fun if hard work :) I did a load of anthropology in amoungst social science ane media stuff. I love the methodology side. Good luck, sounds like you've got a handle on it.

Everyone

Styl juust aye byt wyrd. Maybee eye juust myst thee levyl uf wyrd lerkin beeneef?

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No, wait, is this silence to freek out the newbies 2 ?

:o

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No, wait, is this silence to freek out the newbies 2 ?

:o

Welllllllllll . .. .... .... . .. ..perhaps... . . .. .. .

....or maybe not.. . . ... . ..

:P

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You dont have to, luckily SIW! I never quite finished the postgrad studies in the end, got distracted by lecturing.

Ah, tumbleweeds huh? Thanks for that. Not sure about the rest of the stuff there, but slightly intregued where the daisy dukes thing was headed...

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11 years? eeeeek i couldn't do that.

I started college in 1992... still in college. No serious time off (semester here or there when moving/etc). But I have 3 undergrad and almost done with 2 masters. I am planning on stopping in December 2013 when graduate... again.

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