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Suffering no ill effects from yesterday's two rounds of snow shovelling (and on a corner lot, yet!) And my car started as well, so I'll be off to Lindy Hop tonight!
Daplap, you're a treasure, and Dorthea, thanks for the chuckles as well.
30/Jan/09 4:15 AM
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You forced me into it - a cp and a TOP!! Wheee!!!
30/Jan/09 4:15 AM
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Curses, Cathy - foiled agian. Pipped at the post!
30/Jan/09 4:16 AM
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That's foiled! And don't mind me Cathy - it's lovely to see you!!
30/Jan/09 4:17 AM
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On reflection I am unsure how an egg would accomplish a 'sh' kind of 'zit' as eggs possess no orifices; whilst sometimes eggs do have kind of knobbly calcite pimples on their shells.
In UK the 'watershed' is used to describe the arrival of the late night hours when adolescents waken up and become active.
30/Jan/09 4:31 AM
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Hi CP. Deep thanks for your cheering messaages whilst I was very sick.
30/Jan/09 4:32 AM
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30/Jan/09 4:32 AM
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Um ... how is foiled different from("than" Plum?) foiled?
Cute pup ... I wonder if Jim will think so.
Chatty group so far today.
30/Jan/09 4:33 AM
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Great to see you feeling better again, Rayray.
30/Jan/09 4:34 AM
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The only conversation in English I have heard that I really could not understand was between some Glaswegians talking on the London underground. For many minutes I thought they were from Eastern Europe.
30/Jan/09 4:36 AM
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30/Jan/09 4:42 AM
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I went to Wayne State University in DE-troy(t) (Detroit, MI) for a year, and there was much in the local dialect I couldn't understand. Out in the suburbs we called the city de-TROIT.
Chicago? My dad grew up in the (then) Polish neighborhood near Midway. It's Chih-KAH-gah, Il-lih-NOYCE where you count won, tooh, tree.
30/Jan/09 4:48 AM
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I lived in/near major cities until I moved out here to SW MI. I miss the cultural diversity, especially the engaging purposefulness and endearing humor that African-American and Jewish mammas have, each in their own way.
Wouldn't it be nice if we could hear each other's voices instead of just reading?
30/Jan/09 4:57 AM
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Glaswegian - googled and wikipediaed - esp. the slang and dialect of urban Glasgow, Scotland.
No one's said anything for awhile. I hope I'm not offending anyone by pointing out that I appreciate learning from the cultural viewpoints of others? Probably not. Anyway, I gotta go shop. Check back later.
30/Jan/09 5:12 AM
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These quotes were taken from actual Federal (US) employee performance evaluations...

"Since my last report, this employee has reached rock bottom and has started to dig."

"His men would follow him anywhere, but only out of morbid curiosity"

"I More...
30/Jan/09 5:27 AM
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Rayray, delighted to see you back. Look after yourself.
30/Jan/09 5:36 AM
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Plum - I didn't realize folks in the Polish neighborhoods in Chicago talked differently from the rest of us! We Chicagoans say "Shi-Caw-Go", and we never pronounce the "s" in Illinois. Of course, we pronounce the esses in the suburban town of Des Plaines. Go figure!!!
30/Jan/09 5:46 AM
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Good afternoon to all! What a face in today's photo.
30/Jan/09 5:56 AM
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Rayray, glad to see you back and hope you are on the mend.
30/Jan/09 5:57 AM
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A cattle rancher married a blonde named Amy. One morning, on his way out to check on the cows, the rancher said to Amy, "The insemination man is coming over to impregnate one of our cows today; I drove a nail into the 2 by 4 just above the cow's stall in the barn. You show him where the cow is More...
30/Jan/09 6:00 AM
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30/Jan/09 6:16 AM
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Just popping in.
Ian and CG (and others too): Thanks for your 'welcomes back'. Much appreciated - and I myself too am really pleased to be back and to be feeling well enough to post a little bit.
30/Jan/09 7:21 AM
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HI all! And HI to Rayray - how nice to see you back again and you seem to be on top form too!
30/Jan/09 7:27 AM
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Well...deep breath...for the first time in my riddle history I find myself faced with a kitten-heeled inbox full of possible answers to yesterday's riddle, BUT, not one of them is correct. I now have quite a dilemma...should I give out the answer....or should I repost to see if there are any real real smarties amongst you? Shall ponder awhile.
30/Jan/09 7:29 AM
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Hi Fiona,
Thanks. I am feeling much better - but not fully up to your puzzles yet - need a bit more recovery time for that!

Hi again Plum for when you around,
I love your expression "too funny". I am still puzzling how this can be - is this related to an over-developed sense of humour?
30/Jan/09 7:32 AM
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OK after some intensive wonderings, I've decided to repost the riddle from yesterday and leave the intoxicating inbox open for possible answers!

Some say I'm their worst enemy,
Some say I'm their best friend.
Some use me in brevity,
You'll still pay for what I lend.
There's More...
30/Jan/09 7:36 AM
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Well, Rayray, since no-one managed a correct answer yesterdy, maybe you could be the one to crack open this one!
30/Jan/09 7:37 AM
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MICKEY - nice to see you posting, enjoy that hot weather while you can, it won't last long...and before you know it, it'll be winter again!
30/Jan/09 7:38 AM
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what a cutie!
30/Jan/09 7:44 AM
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Going home - see you later!
Keith - I think it was me with "foiled" - if you look at post 3 on page 2, i actually mis-spelled 'again', but when I tried to correct it I corrected the correct word not the wrong word! Does that make any sense? No, well that's what you get at the end of a night shift!!
30/Jan/09 7:54 AM
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Actually it's on this page!!
30/Jan/09 7:55 AM
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An answer to you Fiona. I thought I had responded yesterday, but I guess I forgot to after too many
30/Jan/09 8:02 AM
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Welcome Back Rayray. Nice to see you are on the mend.
30/Jan/09 8:10 AM
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CP, that's classic. Been there, done that.
30/Jan/09 8:23 AM
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Oh no Jim - it's another dog!
For those (Plum?) talking about Lucy's chocolate factory
This one's got nothimg to do with the choc factory but I love it as well
Have a good day everyone.
30/Jan/09 8:54 AM
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It's got nothiNg to do with it either!
30/Jan/09 8:55 AM
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Morning all!
Great to see you back Rayray...

I have an empty house again - 2nd time this year. I could get used to this! Oh, hang on, I will get used to this - school has gone back!!!!
30/Jan/09 9:04 AM
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great to see you slowly getting back in form Rayray.It will take quite a while to get over a burst appendix!
Nice to see all the schools back. Just have to watch my speed through the school zones again!(schools have a speed zone of max 40k at certain times of the day)
I just realised the More...
30/Jan/09 9:24 AM
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"Infringement" ... that is such a friendly and classy word, June! It sounds so much better than "violation" or "ticket"! I do hope, however, that you will someday learn to drive on the right side of the road ...
30/Jan/09 9:36 AM
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Funny thing from the news for the day....

Did you know there is an Apostrophe Protection Society? There is, and it is protesting the removal of apostrophes from street signs.
30/Jan/09 9:41 AM
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