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15/Mar/11 1:39 AM
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Beautiful pond and forest!
15/Mar/11 1:40 AM
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Thought for the day:

From 1951 to 2000 - there were 15 earthquakes of magnitude 8 or greater(2/3 of which were in the 50's & 60's).
2001 to now there have been 14 earthquakes of magnitude 8 or greater.
15/Mar/11 1:46 AM
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everyone!

Neil, I'm not sure I want to know what bribe Captain J dangled in front of his lady friends.
15/Mar/11 1:46 AM
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Happy Pi Day! At 3/14 1:59p, raise a slice to irrationality AND relativity--Einstein was born today in 1879. Mmm, 3.141592...
15/Mar/11 1:51 AM
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The answer to yesterday's puzzle: Talk is cheap

In the spirit of St. Patrick's Day and so they will be ready to celebrate in style, the goes to: Captain J, Greg, Linda, lonewoof, GmaJackie, and The Phantom.
15/Mar/11 1:56 AM
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Shall we celebrate Pi Day?
Slice it up, Glenn!
15/Mar/11 2:00 AM
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time to get ready for lunch with friends.
Must fly! Bye!
15/Mar/11 2:01 AM
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Good Maen, all! I seem to have caught Shiela's bug. After I get the laundry done, I'm heading back to bed. Ciao!
15/Mar/11 2:05 AM
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I'd rather celebrate pie day. Strawberry, Pecan, Peach, Apple, Banana Cream, Chocolate.....
15/Mar/11 2:12 AM
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Jane, sorry about your "bug". I think Shiela caught hers from me! I'm finally feeling better after more than a week of it.
Neil - good suggestion. I think the EE gang will like being called girls & boys even though they are actually closer to being old women & old men! More...
15/Mar/11 2:20 AM
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And I've been trying to stay away from everyone!
Hubby has to babysit grandies alone tonight. How much you want to bet he talks DIL into putting diapers on # 2 grandie before they leave!
15/Mar/11 2:45 AM
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Hi Kathy,

I did notice your subtle, chauvinistic rephrasing of my phrase 'boys and girls' to the completely incorrect phrase 'girls and boys'.

You girls should remember that boys come first - biologically (Adam before Eve)and then alphabetically, ...
15/Mar/11 2:56 AM
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Neil.... we all know that boys were created first as a trial run. Girls are the corrected version.
15/Mar/11 3:06 AM
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Now, now, Kathy and Neil ... since it was established several days ago that the Cap'n dated Judy Lee ... I can assure you that he rarely "dangled" in those days! ROTFL
(Am I forgiven for my previous comment now, Captain?)
15/Mar/11 3:11 AM
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Judy - I had envisioned him "dangling" something in front of his lady friends, but decided against sharing my vision...
15/Mar/11 3:27 AM
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Not to worry. It's no big thing...
15/Mar/11 3:27 AM
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HI all!! I see you're being silly already! Time to get serious with the puzzle - answers to the 3.14 inbox please!

Use synonyms of the words used to arrive at country names. (Ex. Starving. Starving = Hungry. Solution: Hungary).

1) Greetings-chai

2) Analyze State

3) Cave-imprint

4) Angry-a-fume-vehicle

5) Chant-a-spill


15/Mar/11 3:32 AM
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I wonder just why Neil is interested in what I may have "dangled" those many years ago, but to satisfy his (and others ?) curiosity, I dangled what most young ladies of that era were suitably impressed by, looked at lovingly, and would do (almost) anything for an exciting adventure More...
15/Mar/11 3:35 AM
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Since it's pi day:

'Tis a favorite project of mine
A new value of pi to assign.
I would fix it at 3
For it's simpler, you see,
than 3 point 1 4 1 5 9.

15/Mar/11 3:40 AM
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That pond is like a mirror!
15/Mar/11 3:42 AM
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Linda from Pioneer - I meant to direct my babysitting comment to you instead of Shiela - sorry. But I know BOTH of you do some babysitting of grandies much younger than mine.

Neil - but how about chronologically? Today three girls showed up before the boys did!

Heidi - how's that troublesome calf doing? I hope he's not going to end up as dog food!
15/Mar/11 3:50 AM
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Good afternoon to all! A super photo today!
15/Mar/11 4:04 AM
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I have enjoyed (and chuckled) reading all the limericks posted in the last few days.

Captain J, your Pi limerick was (for me) the punniest one posted so far! Well done.
15/Mar/11 4:09 AM
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Seems like me that Captain J thinks -
pi warps in number, and kinks.
It's heading for four;
perhaps even more;
so it's changed since the day of the sphinx.
15/Mar/11 4:14 AM
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Greg, I wish I could take credit for the Pi limerick, but it's not mine. I heard it in my undergrad days and for some odd reason, remembered it. Glad you enjoyed it tho.
15/Mar/11 4:17 AM
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The "punniest" - good one, Greg!
So many clever people around here. I love it
15/Mar/11 4:18 AM
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Phantom, beneath his white sheet,
knows Universe time is deplete.
A dimension ? Correction !
For with one only direction -
it's merely one seventh complete.
15/Mar/11 4:29 AM
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Nancy, the first year is the hardest, but it is never easy. Remember your good times.
15/Mar/11 5:14 AM
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Rayray, keep up your posts. I understand events much better when you explain that what we are getting on TV.
15/Mar/11 5:15 AM
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When Pi reaches the value of four,
time will stop ! It can't go on more.
And 'tho' time is vaste,
we could bus to the past,
'cos time-travel will open its door.
15/Mar/11 5:18 AM
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Made sure all the cows and calves were in the barn at bedtime. Had to help the new mama and baby in. Chased a cow in from the far corner of the corral, the second time noticed she was in labor. When TM went out 2 hours later, she had twins, one died. That is three sets of twins this year. He also saw coyote tracks, actually saw the coyote when it got light.
15/Mar/11 5:19 AM
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Sarah Beth,
Following my update on p.1, Fii sent me a very interesting science-news link.
The article explains that three-dimensional data is being compiled with a view to assessing change in future earthquake risk to Tokyo following the big earthquake. I was rather dreading my previously More...
15/Mar/11 5:28 AM
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[that's another 5 in the past five hours]
15/Mar/11 5:33 AM
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Sarah Beth... 3 sets of twins in such a small group? That's impressive. We haven't had any twins yet this year... usually have 1 or two sets a year. How many freemartins do you have?
Had another bull calf born this morning. Not including More...
15/Mar/11 6:08 AM
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2:06. everyone.
15/Mar/11 6:44 AM
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I've been researchin' and found this:

In 1897 the State House of Representatives of Indiana unanimously passed a bill setting pi equal to 16/(sqrt 3), which approximately equals 9.2376!

go figure!
15/Mar/11 6:57 AM
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Heidi, both calves from the first set either were born dead or died shortly after birth; TM found them in the morning. The second set, the freemartin was the one who died. This time, it was the freemartin who lived. So, no same sex twins.
15/Mar/11 6:59 AM
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Ray Ray - so what is your forecast - will the San Andreas go before the Cascadia fault? Both are overdue.

I remember one time looking at property in Wrightwood, CA - they showed me the San Andreas fault line. I asked which side was the property on - the future island or the mainland. More...
15/Mar/11 7:12 AM
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I had to go to my spreadsheet to check gender. So far, 11 bulls and 7 heifers have lived. Two more cows show evidence of calving soon. They sure picked a lovely day to do it. I think I saw that round yellow thing briefly. And all the white stuff has melted so we have a sea of mud.
15/Mar/11 7:14 AM
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