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Hrumph I'm not seein' tumblin' ascii-weeds at all . .. .

Oh wait .. ..it's the single row tumbleasterisksksks ~~~~~*

I must've been thinking of confetti or snowstorm ascii.

Here's the one on that page that made me :lol: lol.

Replying to hints of a werewolf accusation:

Oh!! You heard?? . . . :lol::lol: . . . yep, got a waxing appt tomorrow that will be a b!tch!

Still snickering a bit

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Em's post count is 7777!

JACKPOT!!

:lol: :lol:

snickering at all of youse. And, head exploding from talk of college and units and grad school :blink: so glad that's all in the past.....could never do it again. lesions in me 'ead, methinks.

WHERE is my Sam Hill avatar??? couldn't open poeter's file. but loving the meanhead avs :lol:

and chortling at just how WACKL we have been, just simply mad for years and years, and yet it all makes perphekt sense to us :lol:

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BTW it's BEAN WEEK here :ph34r::mellow:

:lol:

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OK, I now see my confusion at the tumbleweed post. In my mind, the daisy dukes and the waxing appointment were linked :o

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BTW it's BEAN WEEK here :ph34r::mellow:

:lol:

Phresno is so phunny!

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OK, I now see my confusion at the tumbleweed post. In my mind, the daisy dukes and the waxing appointment were linked :o

Reminds me of the jokes that end w/

Then Timmy says to his teacher "But I like the way you think" ;)

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Em's post count is 7777!

JACKPOT!!

HEY! Gotta go get me a lottery ticket....

and chortling at just how WACKL we have been, just simply mad for years and years, and yet it all makes perphekt sense to us :lol:

Dear gawd....I know... . . ... :lol::lol:

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BTW it's BEAN WEEK here :ph34r::mellow:

:lol:

A WHOLE week of eating beans??? OMG, just think of the pharting going on in Phresno!!! I once took a big pot of baked beans on a houseboat trip - assured everyone they was pharlless beans, but that subterfuge could not last long :rolleyes::lol:

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to clarify , it is only BEAN WEEK at my house, 'tis not a citywide holiday er nuthin :lol:

I froze many containers. they are not fartless beans insofar as I know. ;)

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Soooooo when it says "2 User(s) are reading this topic" & it's just me 'n' Bing(1), what're the chances the Binger searched on "fartless beans"?

:clothespinnoseguy:

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In what might i ask?

Completed:

ASci in General Math

BSci in Computer Science

BSci in Statistics

Master of Arts in Religion (2yr masters level)

In Progress:

Master of Divinity (4 year masters level)

But, no you may not ask. :P

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OK, I now see my confusion at the tumbleweed post. In my mind, the daisy dukes and the waxing appointment were linked :o

Well, or course they're linked . . . :blink: . . . :lol:

Long day yesterday for the TKD tournament. Worked from 8 am to 6 pm then went to the "after" party until 7pm.

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Soooooo when it says "2 User(s) are reading this topic" & it's just me 'n' Bing(1), what're the chances the Binger searched on "fartless beans"?

:lol: Well, he/she didn't stick around... .. ...perhaps looking for recipes, and unwittingly barged into this madness...

Long day yesterday for the TKD tournament. Worked from 8 am to 6 pm then went to the "after" party until 7pm.

((Sigh)).... . .no wine at yer schools.....THAT is what makes the day long... . ...

:rolleyes:

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The dreaded Tumbleweeds! lol

Had a phab time at the wedding yesterday. Ceremony was lovely-- Mark did a reading:)

Reception-- spectacular. Staff was gluten aware and I was able to have appetizers, dinner and dessert (not wedding cake, natch). Needless to say lots of wine......

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Completed:

ASci in General Math

BSci in Computer Science

BSci in Statistics

Master of Arts in Religion (2yr masters level)

In Progress:

Master of Divinity (4 year masters level)

But, no you may not ask. :P

The two masters don't sound too difficult... the BS's and AS however..... :blink: Lets just say math and i stopped getting along when i got passed algebra...

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Had our Lego League Scrimmage yesterday. concessions went well. Everything was donated by parents. They sprung on me that we were having a raffle on Tue. Kids do not think ahead! mad scramble to have something to raffle. The giant 54 pack of Frito Lay chips assortment and the 2 large bags of candy that were not used by the concession stand were a big hit as prizes!

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The two masters don't sound too difficult... the BS's and AS however..... :blink: Lets just say math and i stopped getting along when i got passed algebra...

For those masters you typically have to to learn 2 languages Ancient Hebrew and Ancient Greek. At least my math degrees were in English! ;)

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For those masters you typically have to to learn 2 languages Ancient Hebrew and Ancient Greek. At least my math degrees were in English! ;)

I take exception to this! I never had a math class that looked anything like English! :P

:lol: :lol:

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For those masters you typically have to to learn 2 languages Ancient Hebrew and Ancient Greek. At least my math degrees were in English! ;)

That would still be better than doing math.

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I take exception to this! I never had a math class that looked anything like English! :P

:lol: :lol:

:lol:

:lol: :lol:

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Isosceles

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:lol:

:lol: :lol:

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Isosceles

:lol: :lol: :lol:

:lol: :lol:

:lol:

I reciprocate your humor, tom :lol:

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:lol: :lol: :lol:

:lol: :lol:

:lol:

Me thinks it is also equilateral :P , and apart from "the square on the hypotenuse equals the sum of the square on the other two sides," that is all the geometry I have retained (or perhaps ever knew?? :rolleyes::ph34r:

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