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Was just thinking CG, hubby was asked if he knew what the 'joke' meant, he was horrified by it, recommended immediate deletion - but he did understand it. Does that mean he isn't 'decent' people? hmmmmmmm
03/Jan/09 6:58 AM
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For those of you who have to return to work (YUCK) on Monday, some out-of-office messages you might want to use on your computer....
1. I am currently out at a job interview and will reply to you if I fail to get the position. I may be a little moody so be prepared.
2. You are receiving this More...
03/Jan/09 7:01 AM
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Love it Greg. So glad I no longer have the problem of Mondays.
03/Jan/09 7:04 AM
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I have an announcement to make.
We can't heat the water and the house at the same time but this is progress.
03/Jan/09 7:06 AM
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Love it GannieMo - you didn't say 'I have good news'.

Love the messages Greg!
03/Jan/09 7:12 AM
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Go for it, Mo!!
03/Jan/09 7:58 AM
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It is very quiet here tonight.
03/Jan/09 8:52 AM
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It is still very cold here.
03/Jan/09 9:16 AM
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The weather report says it is now all the way up to 24F, but it does not say where those 24 are. I believe that the degrees are scattered, and that only 1 of them is inside. The 23 others are outside.
03/Jan/09 9:19 AM
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Good Morning Sudokuland, hope all is well in your neck of the woods.
03/Jan/09 9:42 AM
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House guests are gone and I must deal with the aftermath! The clean up after a party and house guests are insurmountable! Then the lighting system in my kitchen gave out as well as my microwave oven! What an expensive holiday!
03/Jan/09 10:07 AM
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Ok the delivery and installations of my oven will be Monday, hopefully and Lord only knows when my hubby will get around to getting the light fixtures in. Until then I will have to cook the old fashion way, over a regular stove and in candle light!
03/Jan/09 10:09 AM
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Hello to everyone. It has been very hot here in Port Macquarie lately. Today is overcast and cooler which is nice. I hope everyone had an enjoyable Christmas and
03/Jan/09 10:23 AM
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2:00, all. The hibiscus has to be one of the most beautiful flowers on the planet.
03/Jan/09 10:24 AM
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Oh Shosho what a disaster and I can hear how distressed you by the type of language you are using.
My deepest sympathies for what you have to endure at this time.
Hubby had an assine thought, he thought I was going to prepare food this year. HA! Man is going senile.
03/Jan/09 10:27 AM
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Shosho, tell hubby you cannot cook for him until the lights are fixed. Best way to get them fixed quickly.
I like hibiscus flowers .
Mo, enjoy a nice hot shower.
03/Jan/09 11:45 AM
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Morning. Mr P is subjecting himself to the torture of watching the cricket. Australia not looking good - already 2 out, for 63. They have only been playing 75 minutes!!
03/Jan/09 11:50 AM
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03/Jan/09 12:05 PM
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Thank you James for the answer to the puzzle. Very easy when you know. I was using probability.
03/Jan/09 12:10 PM
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What I would like to know, though, are the facts behind the story. Why did the father feel that he could only trust one child? And surely after so many years, he must have known his children well enough to know who would best succeed him. It all seems a bit... flighty.
03/Jan/09 12:32 PM
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someone must of have a party on the site and raided my smilies -- eatting my pizza, drinking my drinks and eatting my cakes -- I don't mind - only the fact that I wasn't invited - so here I come empty handed to wish you all well. -- drank all my coffee too !!
03/Jan/09 12:43 PM
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No snow down here in the Keys! No cats on the site! wwooooooohooooooo lets get another rum!!!!!!!(And rack of lamb)
03/Jan/09 1:12 PM
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Sabina/Brisbane: Yes, it's one of those ones which almost requires you to sit in a darkened room and think about it, and then it seems to be easy. There are more complex versions (A king and twelve councilors and four colors of dots. But the only people who respond to those are grad students at More...
03/Jan/09 1:32 PM
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the utah utes are up 21 to 10 against alabama crimson tide in the sugar bowl. GO UTES!
03/Jan/09 1:36 PM
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I don't know, James, but my guess would be that the youngest child is possessed of a special virtue, a unique wisdom (and frequently a full set of grapefruit spoons).
03/Jan/09 1:55 PM
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The Oldest Child’s Tale:
My name is Unim. Well, it was, until I changed it to Fred. My father, Varyim Portant, founded a dynasty in the 1950s. The company specialized in steps, chutes, and ladders. From the time I was a child, I toiled in the fields and factories, learning the trade from More...
03/Jan/09 2:19 PM
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Uh...Glinda are you going to continue soon? (I hope)
I am not known for my patients and I really want to know. No rush though, I will wait. (If I have to).
03/Jan/09 3:58 PM
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A bit more, Karen, and then you will have to wait for tomorrow.
03/Jan/09 4:02 PM
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Having reached the pineapple of success, my father decided to fork out into other areas of expertise. Pierced with an keen interest in all forward moving objects, he acquired an arrow manufacturing concern, and having once pointed himself in this direction aimed as well to create targets.
03/Jan/09 4:07 PM
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Glinda: I can certainly understand how it would take fifteen years (at least) to learn about chutes from the bottom up. It must require a keen sense of observation. After all, every child has tried to run up a down escalator.

03/Jan/09 4:11 PM
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After many years, the target company, like the ladder business, soon became an instant success. And, dutiful son that I was, I learned the target business from every angle.
03/Jan/09 4:13 PM
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Thank you Glinda--I look forward to more.

Now I can say good night worldly people.
03/Jan/09 4:14 PM
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Mark my words, this was not always a good idea. But as a corporate yeoman, I neither complained nor quivered.
03/Jan/09 4:15 PM
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Except those in Amish country, I suppose.
03/Jan/09 4:16 PM
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From there, my father began to dabble in manufacturing the paints that would be used on the surface of the targets, for he had discovered that the usual red, yellows, and blues hues did not withstand the punctures of the arrows very well. So he invented a far more resilient and robust grade of paint, in only two shades, black and white, for the targets. (to be continued)
03/Jan/09 4:19 PM
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Glinda: If the father were a member of a Catholic or Protestant denomination, would that make him Fletcher Christian?
03/Jan/09 4:20 PM
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Just a moment, please. "After many years...soon became an instant success...?"

Who's writing this? Penelope Ashe?

03/Jan/09 5:08 PM
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James - Glinda is, silly...please pay attention

...and for those who may be confused by the odd use of certain words, chutes = slides/slippery-dips, not the things that drop from the sky and are made from silky, colourful material that look rather nice in contrast to the backdrop of an More...
03/Jan/09 6:22 PM
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You are probably by now in the land of nod Glinda, but I just have to say that as the youngest child I feel rather deprived with the devastating realisation that I have never been in possession of a full set of grapefruit spoons.
03/Jan/09 6:30 PM
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Not to worry Billy, my baby brother gave me a set of 12 sporks with one side of the eating utensil straight and with the scallop design of a serrated edge but the outer edge being straight. He says it's revolutionary design, should be more efficient. Argh!
03/Jan/09 7:43 PM
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