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Happy birthday Peter!
25/Jan/11 5:50 AM
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A little girl went into the kitchen where her Dad was reading the paper.
“Where does poo come from?" she asks.
The father, somewhat perturbed that his 5-year-old daughter is already asking difficult questions, thinks for a moment and says:
"Well you know we just ate More...
25/Jan/11 5:52 AM
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Where is CP? That is a joke for her Greg!
25/Jan/11 6:12 AM
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Plum: Maybe the reason I have difficulty folding fitted sheets is because I don't use ice cubes in the process.
25/Jan/11 6:57 AM
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nice warm picture, but after coming off the pool deck leading water classes for hour and half - the outside always feels so good ---
25/Jan/11 7:25 AM
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If I tell you - I just wanted the bathroom painted - well, do you know, it doesn't end there -- floating walls - replace drywall -- new floor, vanity replaced - how about the tile ---- well, this is what I wanted - please pray for me
25/Jan/11 7:26 AM
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house decor -- my answer to empty nest syndrome -
25/Jan/11 7:28 AM
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from S. Au. The fire does look inviting. So, today is the big day! I am looking forward to meeting everyone. Be back later, I hear the children are up, up, and off to the Telly room.
25/Jan/11 8:08 AM
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Hi Greg. My son, who has just moved to Montreal, tells me that the minimum temperature overnight is forecast to be -32ºC and -22ºC will be the highest temperature tomorrow. I remember these kind of temperatures from our time in Canada. It is exciting for an Aussie, but not funny when you are out in it.
25/Jan/11 8:19 AM
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dinner tonight with Gma jackie, Grasshopper et al. In Hahndorf in the Adelaide hills; settled by German protestants in 19C and now a bit of a tourist town as well as a town for locals.
25/Jan/11 8:55 AM
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On the way to pick up Thing I from school, the radio announcer said the funniest thing. Which I think all of those snow people will get a chuckle out of like I did. She said, "As out tempts drop, (high today is 51F), there is a slight chance we will have a snow flurry." Two things tickled More...
25/Jan/11 9:08 AM
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Ian, tell your son to take care (wind chill minus 40). We Canadians learned a long time ago to grin and NOT BARE it!
25/Jan/11 11:02 AM
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UK English is SOMETIMES correct;
Depending precisely upon - who is speaking or writing it - and how.
25/Jan/11 11:03 AM
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Just became target of the latest scam which I have been reading about in newspapers. Someone claiming to be from an email provider wanted to help me out with a problem with my emails, which of course would have been for a cost. How he got my mobile & name is beyond me as he was claiming to be More...
25/Jan/11 11:11 AM
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I've recently been on the receiving end of another scam - a message on my mobile phone informing me that I was the fortunate winner of over a million pounds. All I had to do was to log on to a certain UK site. Ther, no doubt, I would learn that, in order to claim my prize, I'd need to provide bank account details. Yeah, right.
25/Jan/11 11:27 AM
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Greg, since you made the right picks in yesterday's playoffs, I'd be interested in knowing who you are picking to win the Super Bowl? If you don't want to "go public" you can send me a Private Message. I don't have a favorite, & I promise I won't tell yours!
25/Jan/11 11:27 AM
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Maureen & Judy, there are so many scams these days it makes it very hard to trust anybody anymore. I even got a message on Facebook that I didn't think really came from the "Friend" who supposedly sent it.
25/Jan/11 11:30 AM
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1:31 quickest time ever.........latest time in the morning as well.

Put me down for GREEN BAY for the Superbowl.
25/Jan/11 11:34 AM
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These people who think up the scams are becoming more & more creative, one has to be on guard now with every strange email, phone call & yes even facebook. I have a FB page but only have close relatives & friends as contacts there. Still I have been the target of someone on there also.
25/Jan/11 11:36 AM
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Kathy, the Super Bowl will be a coin toss and go down to a last minute play probably. I have always liked both teams that will be playing, but my money is on ??????
25/Jan/11 11:43 AM
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We got involved in a widespread virus last summer that totally trashed our computer. A pop-up appeared that warned us a virus was attacking the computer, and, would we like help with it. Well, clicking EITHER yes or no let them into the computer. The solution, if you are confronted with this virus: do NOT click "no" ... just CLOSE the screen or shut down the computer.
25/Jan/11 11:48 AM
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I would like to recommend Kaspersky Anti-Virus to all, a product I have used for several years now. It will intercept viruses and pop-ups (like Judy got), let you know it intercepted it, and delete it from your computer before any damage can occur, and no, I don't get a kick-back for this. It's just a great anti-virus software.
25/Jan/11 11:58 AM
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Very diplomatic, Greg! I know you don't want to make any enemies. I'm sure there are fans of BOTH teams here in Sudokuland.

Good advice, Judy. Who do you use as a Virus Protector?
25/Jan/11 11:59 AM
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Thanks Judy (San Diego) for your tip, I will be off computer for rest of today so will read with interest tomorrow, if anyone has other scams to be wary of with phones/emails/computers/bank accounts etc.
25/Jan/11 11:59 AM
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Geez, Kathy, you made me consult the techie person in the family, which sure ain't me! The virus attacked a laptop computer at the cabin using WiFi, and it came in as an attachment onto something else. The computer was "protected" by McAfee, Super Anti-spyware Professional, and two More...
25/Jan/11 12:24 PM
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Another "scam" I recently read about: a group of tradesmen come to people's homes, persuade them that they need some work done and apply pressure tactics to make the deal. In some cases, they even drive people to the bank to withdraw large amounts of cash for payment.
It can be hard for some people to stand up to these tactics.

25/Jan/11 12:28 PM
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1:51. everyone.
25/Jan/11 12:37 PM
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Judy, Kathy, et al: Regardless of what anti-virus software you use, it's IMPORTANT to keep it up-to-date. The anti-virus software should be renewed every year so that you receive current and daily updates against the latest scams out there in the virtual world. For the few dollars it costs to renew/upgrade your anti-virus software, it more then pays off for itself in the long run.
25/Jan/11 12:39 PM
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Judy from Bendigo - that Tradesman Scam is being used on some of the more vulnerable flood victims up here at the moment!
A pox on them all - I say!! They are low-lifes and the more we know about different scams, the more we can protect ourselves and warn others.
25/Jan/11 1:37 PM
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Judy (SD) - does the techie at your house happen to be your husband? if so, it's the same at my house. I rely heavily on him for assistance with computer issues I don't understand (which is most of them!).
Greg, the columnist in the St. Pete Times who writes a weekly advice column for More...
25/Jan/11 1:39 PM
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Well, Kathy, the only other person that lives here is my husband ... other than the dogs, of course, whose only interest in computers is to sneak under the desk and try to gas me into submission ...
25/Jan/11 2:18 PM
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Yeah, Judy, I understand. We have some green clouds floating around here sometimes, too. And sometimes they don't come from the dog!
25/Jan/11 2:28 PM
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Oh, sorry to hear about your problem, Kathy. Have you tried 'Beano?'
25/Jan/11 3:22 PM
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Kathy & HalT.... That cracked me up!
25/Jan/11 3:59 PM
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Good night people of the world.
25/Jan/11 4:13 PM
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everyone. . .
25/Jan/11 4:41 PM
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Good Evening everyone.
Very warm in Port Macquarie today and still is.
Going to spend Australia Day on Flynn's Beach.
25/Jan/11 9:29 PM
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G'day from down under, where our evening is getting into full swing. We had a hot day, 31 deg. C. today, I believe - don't know for sure, as I didn't leave office, I like the air-conditioning too much.

Hey, Neil - what's wrong with Aussie English - I talk English 'orright, mate!
25/Jan/11 9:35 PM
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Looks like it's just about time...
25/Jan/11 9:39 PM
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... to make a leap of faith...
25/Jan/11 9:40 PM
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