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Thought I would try to sneak out at 2:30, but I'm the only one here. Weirdest frickin' job I have ever had.

Sounds like the best job ever! No one to answer to, no one gives a crap! :P

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Just waiting for the satellite to fall! Hope everyone is wearing thier helmets!

Soooooo.....what do you think are the chances of it landing on my house? Wasn't the midwest mentioned as a possibility? :unsure:

I need a new house ;)

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Soooooo.....what do you think are the chances of it landing on my house? Wasn't the midwest mentioned as a possibility? :unsure:

I need a new house ;)

I could use a new car...

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Soooooo.....what do you think are the chances of it landing on my house? Wasn't the midwest mentioned as a possibility? :unsure:

I need a new house ;)

Not sure if homeowners or car insurance pay for damage caused by falling space debris.

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Not sure if homeowners or car insurance pay for damage caused by falling space debris.

It was hail damage......

........really...really...large....hail

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Not sure if homeowners or car insurance pay for damage caused by falling space debris.

You need a floater on your policy.. . ......Space Junk Clause.. . ....

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wow, must pop back in more often. just spent a few weeks pre-GRE studying (kicked that baby over the moon) and haven't been around. like, not cleaning or playing on internet except for cookbook marketing around. have been physically present, relearning geometry (I know! knew it when I was 14.) Didn't even use it much on the exam either. got all the stats questions except for one which I just needed a little more time to get it. bah...

cute new chick pics. All the college kids doing well?

BTW, pb sandwiches without jelly? Isn't that bordering on cruel? At least let 'em have apple slices. Or dill pickles. Dill pickles + pb = excellent. English muffin pizzas are also a great solution to the will only eat pizza dilemna, too. For grown-ups, too...

Anybody get a new car ;-p?

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Dill pickles + pb = excellent.

This is SO true. Even when not pregnant. In fact, peanut butter goes with absolutely anything except mushrooms.

B)

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BTW, pb sandwiches without jelly? Isn't that bordering on cruel?

That's the point...

congrats on the GRE, both being done with it, and being happy about it. When do you apply?

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. In fact, peanut butter goes with absolutely anything except mushrooms.

B)

I knew there was a reason I didn't like it :rolleyes: And with chocolate, especially, it is an abomination :lol:

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just spent a few weeks pre-GRE studying (kicked that baby over the moon)

Well done, you!!!

Anybody get a new car ;-p?

No, but I'm in the market. Looking at a Ford Mondeo at the moment.

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:lol: :lol:

Mygawd, you have forgotten these top-of-the-listers:

Penis slings

Phart charting

Bad-ass Snow Poodles

Poo Chunks

Funny, but when the search is on for these words, only the Psillyville thread comes up. Wild......can you believe that?.. . . ...

Phart charts laugh.gif... Good times!

Poo Chunks ??? unsure.gif ..were they a band name?

Gads, trying to catch up ...but phlippin' 'eck!!! Raechelle has the patience of a saint!!!! wink.gif

Bloomin' interwebz keeps dying on me. Have nae the mental strength to ring the call centre (in Mumbai) blink.gif

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Somewhat stressful times here...

My Mum's had another stroke (she was in Spain on holiday vacation)

She & my Dad were finally allowed to fly home on Wednesday (with a nurse, thankfully they had decent travel insurance!)

Anyhoo, she's lost the sight in her left eye and is very confused and disorientated dry.gif

.....in other news Son of Psilly (AKA Alzy) hasn't been well .

Still not sure what's wrong, it's like he's had flu for 3/4 weeks. No energy, not eating properly.

Leg pain, and more worryingly massive swollen lymph node in his neck and stomach.

Waiting for varying tests (scans and biopsies of lumps in Oct) ...feels like I'm doing all the pushing at the docs. Been fobbed off with 2 rounds of antibiotics already for him rolleyes.gif

Ok, moan over - back to psilly!!

Toot sweet!!

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Oh Nikki!!! So sorry to hear about Alzy! I knew he wasn't well, but geez! What is it about psilly sons? What blood tests has he had?

.....and yer mum....you've got a full plate, lady. Don't forget to take care of yerself.

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Phart charts laugh.gif... Good times!

Poo Chunks ??? unsure.gif ..were they a band name?

Gads, trying to catch up ...but phlippin' 'eck!!! Raechelle has the patience of a saint!!!! wink.gif

Bloomin' interwebz keeps dying on me. Have nae the mental strength to ring the call centre (in Mumbai) blink.gif

********************************************************************

Somewhat stressful times here...

My Mum's had another stroke (she was in Spain on holiday vacation)

She & my Dad were finally allowed to fly home on Wednesday (with a nurse, thankfully they had decent travel insurance!)

Anyhoo, she's lost the sight in her left eye and is very confused and disorientated dry.gif

.....in other news Son of Psilly (AKA Alzy) hasn't been well .

Still not sure what's wrong, it's like he's had flu for 3/4 weeks. No energy, not eating properly.

Leg pain, and more worryingly massive swollen lymph node in his neck and stomach.

Waiting for varying tests (scans and biopsies of lumps in Oct) ...feels like I'm doing all the pushing at the docs. Been fobbed off with 2 rounds of antibiotics already for him rolleyes.gif

Ok, moan over - back to psilly!!

Toot sweet!!

..

Wow! That's rough and very unpsilly! Poor thing.

I suppose they tested Alzy for mono. Sounds just like my neice's mono. Went on & on. Swollen glands, sore joints, sooo tired. Hope they figure something out soon.

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Jeepers, Nik, take care of yourself while you're taking care of everyone else :unsure: Hope they get Alzy figured out soon, and that your mom makes some improvement.

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That's the point...

congrats on the GRE, both being done with it, and being happy about it. When do you apply?

Deadlines are all in the Dec 15 to Jan 15 range. Still struggling a bit to figure out where I would fit well with faculty interests and the oh-too-rare funding for more social-based, non-molecular nutrition. There's not really a perfect solution, and the most enthusiastic prof I met in out West, but it'll be a serious move to leave the east coast.

Great sympathy for a mono sufferer... not fun at all.

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Gnick! :(:wub: :wub: So sorry to hear about your sick li'l family -- hugs to you, Al and yer mum. Man, I've been there with a stroke-stricken mother.......'tis tough.

Well, if only I'd known about these family concerns yesterday, Gnick -- Prime Minister Cameron was hanging around in Ottawa for the day, had dinner at the Governor General's residence and gave a couple of addresses.... ....I could have plowed into the scrum, grabbed a mic and demanded that he look into your mom's and Alzy's situations.... . ..... . .

He hasn't got much else going on.....

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Hugs to all who need (or would just like) them.

Went for a hike at Hurricane ridge, a bit wiped. Some pics on da book.

Having Aplle Cider and sweet potato chips for dinner. Have planed a R/Udi's cinnamon raisin toast test taste for brekky.

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Wow, Jyessss.. . ..what a fantastic pic! :) An amazing place, I am sure, to be hiking. . ...

...Hope you found an uneventful place to park that truck o' yours.... . ...:unsure:. . . ....

;)

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This was in the National PARK, not forest. They have potties, well marked trails, helpful rangers discussing your hiking route and asking about mountain goats (a wild goat killed a guy last year, so they want to know if you saw any). Of course I don't see anyone until after my hike, 'cause I start early before anything opens. I was the third car in the lot, and at least one was the maintenance guy opening the building. Lots of folks on the trail on the way back though.

Funny how a long walk in the sun and wind (serious winds at the top, hence the name Hurricane Ridge) can turn your brain to mush. Also pretty high, so maybe some oxygen deprivation too.

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Gnick! :(:wub: :wub: So sorry to hear about your sick li'l family -- hugs to you, Al and yer mum. Man, I've been there with a stroke-stricken mother.......'tis tough.

Well, if only I'd known about these family concerns yesterday, Gnick -- Prime Minister Cameron was hanging around in Ottawa for the day, had dinner at the Governor General's residence and gave a couple of addresses.... ....I could have plowed into the scrum, grabbed a mic and demanded that he look into your mom's and Alzy's situations.... . ..... . .

He hasn't got much else going on.....

DRAT!! .... I'm convinced he'd of listened too wink.gif

This was in the National PARK, not forest. They have potties, well marked trails, helpful rangers discussing your hiking route and asking about mountain goats (a wild goat killed a guy last year, so they want to know if you saw any). Of course I don't see anyone until after my hike, 'cause I start early before anything opens. I was the third car in the lot, and at least one was the maintenance guy opening the building. Lots of folks on the trail on the way back though.

Funny how a long walk in the sun and wind (serious winds at the top, hence the name Hurricane Ridge) can turn your brain to mush. Also pretty high, so maybe some oxygen deprivation too.

JyeUss!!...am quite jealous of your hiking adventures - I'm sure Sven approves BUT...need to know:

How big are the Ranger's thumbs????? unsure.gifcool.gif

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JyeUss!!...am quite jealous of your hiking adventures - I'm sure Sven approves BUT...need to know:

How big are the Ranger's thumbs????? unsure.gifcool.gif

Gah! YES! Hmm.... . . .I'm thinking moderate to large-thumbed -- park rangers, lumberjackian the majority I would assume... .. . ..

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Do I look refreshed?? . . . just back from the annual girls trip to Hilton Head. Man does time fly when there is no homework, no kids, no dinner preperation, no hubby . . . ahhhhhhhh.

GKnick!! Sorry to hear about all the troubles over thar!! I must admit that my first thought on Al-Zee was mono but I would have thought they would have tested for that. Hugs and warm thoughts being hurtled your way.

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Well, I'm gonna skip all the details, but I want to be a boy. Life just seems so much easier for men.

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Well, I'm gonna skip all the details, but I want to be a boy. Life just seems so much easier for men.

You get to pee standing up. But you miss out on the multiple orgasms. :ph34r:

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