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03/Feb/08 3:33 AM
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A primary is taking place on the "Sudokuland Logo". So far only 7 people voted - there is no overwhelming leader.

Now is the time for those interested to speak up. I guess this is a caucus - rather than an a secret ballot. Remember you are voting on only the depiction of the More...
03/Feb/08 3:36 AM
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Polling Place - or caucus is meeting at the "off topic" ANTHEM-LOGO-FLOAT Fourm. Be there or be square.
03/Feb/08 3:38 AM
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For Mo and Steve, something you asked each other many years ago. Happy SILVER Anniversary.

Enjoy listening to Foreigner performing "I Want To Know What Love Is!" Cheers!
03/Feb/08 3:51 AM
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Good afternoon to all! Finally did the puzzle and was rewarded with one of Anne's lovely photos from her Peru trip. Glad she brought this country to us, as I'll probably never get there in person.
03/Feb/08 3:57 AM
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Angie here as in Wisconsin I'm sure,if the little sees his shadow we will have at least 6 more weeks of Winter. If he there is no shadow we will have only 6 or more weeks of winter. LOL
03/Feb/08 4:36 AM
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03/Feb/08 4:46 AM
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How often are these ground hogs correct? What is their batting average?
03/Feb/08 5:01 AM
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According to Wikipedia Groundhog accuracy rate is ... Groundhog Day proponents state that the rodents' forecasts are accurate 75% to 90%. A Canadian study for 13 cities in the past 30 to 40 years puts success rate level at 37%. Also, the National Climatic Data Center reportedly has stated that the overall predictions accuracy rate is around 39%.
03/Feb/08 5:10 AM
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Fun read so far today ... too funny that the Canadian and American groundhogs disagree with each other. It will be interesting to see, 6 weeks from now, who's right.
03/Feb/08 5:25 AM
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0.48 amazing
03/Feb/08 5:25 AM
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Good Afternoon All. Enjoy what weather you have...It can only get better.....or worse! I guess it can also stay the same, but then we'd have nothing to grip about would we...and where's the fun in that.? Its called 'Groundhog Revenge'....
03/Feb/08 5:26 AM
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Good timing, Dave. Who said statistics don't lie?
03/Feb/08 5:26 AM
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Pete would have definitely seen his shadow here today. We have not had this much sunshine in the last month, maybe what makes it looks so bright is all the snow.
03/Feb/08 5:30 AM
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Over breakfast one morning, a woman said to her husband, "I'll bet you don't know what day this is."
"Of course I do," he answered as if he was offended, and left for the office.
At 10:00 a.m., the doorbell rang and when the woman opened the door, she was handed a box of a More...
03/Feb/08 5:44 AM
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2:09. Good Maen to All.
03/Feb/08 5:47 AM
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2.06 - would have been under 2 minutes if the dog hadn't decided she wanted a pat halfway through...
03/Feb/08 6:06 AM
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In the news today - Slapfest days at Melbourne's elite schools - girls who are not popular for some reason are slapped while the teacher's back is turned. A principal at one of the schools denies that they have slapfest days at her school - so she has eyes in the back of her head!
03/Feb/08 6:09 AM
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Also in the news - a chef (who I apparently should recognise) wrapped an employee in cling wrap and made him work that way because he stole recipes... um... interesting day for the women in the kitchen...
03/Feb/08 6:12 AM
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Children's science exam answers.

Q: Name the four seasons.
A: Salt, pepper, mustard and vinegar.

Q: Explain one of the processes by which water can be made safe to drink.
A: Flirtation makes water safe to drink because it removes large pollutants like grit, sand, dead More...
03/Feb/08 6:37 AM
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1:33 Excellent time today.
03/Feb/08 6:40 AM
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Sue from OK, I had given a social studies test to my fourth graders. The following question was given (after a lesson about a group of people caught in the mountain passes during winter and were reduced to eating the flesh of the dead to survive):
What happened to the Donner party?
One very inattentive boy answered, "They had a great time."
03/Feb/08 7:08 AM
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Sue of Oz, golly what are you complaining of? I'm tickled pink today because I finally got down to 2:11! My average has been in the two and half minutes. Rosemary at below 2minutes amazes me! And YOU complaining of the dog slowing you down to 2 minutes? I'm speechless and feeling very slow!
03/Feb/08 7:11 AM
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Ooops forgot the ROFL! You guys are amazing! Wow! I have got to whip my mouse into shape!
03/Feb/08 7:12 AM
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Shall I push it?
03/Feb/08 7:13 AM
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Yes and to the naughty sofa I go! :-)
03/Feb/08 7:13 AM
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1:41, I was able to 'run the numbers' completing them 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9. I think that may be the first time I have both run the numbers and also been under 1:45.
Groundhog or not, it is spring in South Florida. The maple trees are all budding out. Its 79F right now, windows and sliding glass door open, with a warm southern breeze.
(Yes, Aussies, a warm SOUTHERN breeze)
03/Feb/08 8:40 AM
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Spent yesterday afternoon with my 2yr old GD. Love and delight are just as pervasive on our planet as suffering and greed! My friend Ecie is improving slowly. I have tried to thank everyone who has, and to continue to, send her love and prayers. The blog site about her accident and progress is both heart-warming and heart-tearing. The url is on my home page.
03/Feb/08 8:45 AM
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Morning all. It's rained here quite a lot over the last day - really heavy downfalls. The creek out the back is running a banker and normally it is only about a metre wide - currently about 10 metres. It sounds like a waterfall is running out of the storm water pipes into the creek. What a shame it will just all run out to sea.
Have a great day.
03/Feb/08 9:21 AM
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03/Feb/08 9:26 AM
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Hi Victoria! - Now there's an expression I've never heard before "running a banker". There are so many uniquely Australian words & descriptions. Don't let Reggie get swept away!
Michael from Boston - I wonder if dictionaries published in Australia are lots different from U.S. More...
03/Feb/08 9:27 AM
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1.28 great photo anne
big rain storm here this morning, the gardens and trees will love the drink.
would still say girlfriends also
03/Feb/08 9:33 AM
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Martha - I always thought "mates" as in "G'day mates" was strictly a guy thing. Would Aussie women say that to their friends, too?

friend from around the corner - chum & pal could be good substitutes for the word friend, too. I was wondering how "gal pals" would sound??
03/Feb/08 9:33 AM
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Kathy - Reggie isn't out of bed yet. He hasn't stirred yet so it must be lovely and dark in the laundry. I know he won't want to go outside when he gets up. He doesn't like to get wet.
He's just a big wussy boy.
03/Feb/08 9:36 AM
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Hi Rosemary! Sounds like lots of rain all over Oz today! How's baby Ethan? Please give him a hug & a kiss from me. Does he sleep with a monitor now?
03/Feb/08 9:36 AM
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Vicki - Reggie looks so cute in your avatar! I just want to reach out & scratch his long floppy ears. Ebony has exceptionally short ears, unlike purebred labs. They bounce up & down when she walks fast or runs - very funny looking! She loves having Reese as a playmate on weekdays & misses her on weekends!
03/Feb/08 9:43 AM
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Hi Kathy
Ethan is doing really well putting on half kilo in the last fortnight and he is now very alert when he is awake but a good sleeper also. he still sleeps with his monitor on and seems to be able to get the mucous up much easier and he has much less of it also. had follow up blood tests More...
03/Feb/08 9:45 AM
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Regarding the discussion on eyes. I have blue eyes which do not see very well! I started wearing glasses in the third grade, then got contact lenses when I was 16. Now after 45 years of putting hard lenses in every morning & taking them out every night, I am seriously considering having Lasik surgery. Have any of you had that done & what are your feelings about it?
03/Feb/08 9:49 AM
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03/Feb/08 9:54 AM
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Lovely photo Anne, thank you.
03/Feb/08 9:57 AM
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