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Frick... Playing catchup! Once the big c.com RE-DO, none of my work computers could handle any of it!!! They just upgraded everything and now I can log in!!!! Can't do it at home, too busy IM'ing bunny to get anything done :P

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Here it is! Post number 6,000 by yours truly. Scott is still at 5,997.

The plumber and his helper are here, trying to get to the root of the problem. Well, that is it, you see. The drain is partially obstructed by tree roots that the plumber's snake is having trouble getting through. This is a condo, so the part of the plumbing outside the walls is the responsibility of the corporation. Hmmm.

Congrats on the big phlip!!! :)

I'm thinking that posting it here ( as if you woulda done it anywhere else <snort>) may have had sumphin to do wif the root situation reveal, ergo the condo mgmt.'s responsibility! :)

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Don't forget the thumb reports ! :)

I'm trying to refresh my memory on the Thumb Report and if I have my memory correct I'd say about a 2 and a half for both plumbers.

Here it is! Post number 6,000 by yours truly. Scott is still at 5,997.

Congrats on the milestone old wise and wonderful Orcale :) <3

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Frick... Playing catchup! Once the big c.com RE-DO, none of my work computers could handle any of it!!! They just upgraded everything and now I can log in!!!! Can't do it at home, too busy IM'ing bunny to get anything done :P

You instant message Simon? Does he answer back, dear?

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Hi Rach!!!!

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You instant message Simon? Does he answer back, dear?

No!! He's got a massive weight problem and he needs a haircut. Every time I try to talk to him he scoots under the couch ot to be seen again for hours!!

We also inherited a tree frog, which after 3 weeks had to be let go into the wilds of my mother's property yesterday. I cannot get to the pet store every few days to buy crickets!! Bummer too, he was pretty cool. I was afraid I'd kill him :unsure:

Hi Rach!!!!

Hi lady!!

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Wooo, congratulations Peter :) :) :)

(This is only the 2nd phlipovor I have been here for. I am a bit nervous after the last.)

Err, happy tree rooting :o

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I'm trying to refresh my memory on the Thumb Report and if I have my memory correct I'd say about a 2 and a half for both plumbers.

Quite impressive B)

You instant message Simon? Does he answer back, dear?

Hee!

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(This is only the 2nd phlipovor I have been here for. I am a bit nervous after the last.)

Turned out to be a real rip-snorter :o:P

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Wooo, congratulations Peter :) :) :)

(This is only the 2nd phlipovor I have been here for. I am a bit nervous after the last.)

Err, happy tree rooting :o

Fortunately such amazing power-phlips are few and far between. 'twas quite impressive though.

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It is raining over the pond with winds up to 55mph this evening. Hopefully that's it :)

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Torrential downpours at my house. Could this be another masive event?

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It is raining over the pond with winds up to 55mph this evening.

Torrential downpours at my house. Could this be another masive event?

Oh boy! :o

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We had an earthquake here this morning at 0615... A 3.5mag

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We had an earthquake here this morning at 0615... A 3.5mag

Did'ja feel it??

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It is raining over the pond with winds up to 55mph this evening. Hopefully that's it :)

Torrential downpours at my house. Could this be another masive event?

We had an earthquake here this morning at 0615... A 3.5mag

A random nosebleed out of nowhere hit me... ugh....

POeter! Phluids galore -- 'tis YOUR fault! :P

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POeter! Phluids galore -- 'tis YOUR fault! :P

Tis so good to be off the hook :lol:

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I did a phlipover about the time Venice phlooded..... (kept it quiet because Venice always phloods) :P

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I did a phlipover about the time Venice phlooded..... (kept it quiet because Venice always phloods) :P

I just wanted to tell you that I noticed . . . also kept quiet so as to not draw fluids attention.

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Did'ja feel it??

No! And it was right near my apartment!! And I was sitting on the floor right about then...

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I did a phlipover about the time Venice phlooded..... (kept it quiet because Venice always phloods) :P

I literally never look at the post counts. If someone doesn't call it to my attention, I completely miss it......including my own.

:notveryobservent:

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Frick... Playing catchup! Once the big c.com RE-DO, none of my work computers could handle any of it!!! They just upgraded everything and now I can log in!!!! Can't do it at home, too busy IM'ing bunny to get anything done :P

Lies!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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No! And it was right near my apartment!! And I was sitting on the floor right about then...

Trying to squeeze a fat rabbit out from under the sofa? ;)

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I just shook, and then jetstream blew all the crumbs out of my keyboard because the keys were getting stuck or not working. Anyone would think I ate at my computer :P

Tannyrate, I now have enough crumbs to make a pie crust and start the process all over again :D And I can keyboard faster. Talk about a win, win, win situation.

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