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Talk about anything that floats your boat (no pun intended). This is general talk about anything not related to boating/fishing.
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No, we are not on Twitter.....Never will be, but you can post your random posts here. Here you can blurb what you want that does warrant its own thread.

You have something to say? Something on your mind? Just feel free to post it here all day long any time. Twitter has nothing on TB. :LOL2:
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I saved a drowning frog out of my pool this morning at 5:30 AM. I was eating breakfast and looking at the toxic dump of a pool and I could see commotion on the surface. Poor little frog was on its last leg. Its alive because of me! \:D/

If it was a rodent, It would still be there. :mrgreen:
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for breakfast I had a blueberry muffin and coffee....





that's my impression of what Twitter is, it takes the pointless status updates of Facebook and makes them non-interactive.
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I've never been on Twitter, MySpace, or Facebook, but I have stayed in Holiday Inn Express several times. :)
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Jim wrote:I saved a drowning frog out of my pool this morning at 5:30 AM. I was eating breakfast and looking at the toxic dump of a pool and I could see commotion on the surface. Poor little frog was on its last leg. Its alive because of me! \:D/

If it was a rodent, It would still be there. :mrgreen:

I saved a couple frogs at a skatepark that were stuck in a bowl.

I also saved a rat from one at a park(in Chicago).
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I woke up this morning at 6:25am...

:D

I'm not a Twitter or Myspace fan but I do enjoy Facebook. It's a good way to catch up with old friends. I also use it to invite others to visit sites I am a member of like TB, ETF & DHF and to promote my wife's photography business. Free advertising has always been my favorite. :D
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why do women wear a pair of panties, but only one bra?
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I really don't feel like going early to class to work with my bizarre partner or giving my presentation tonight during class. Maybe I'll come down with Swine?
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grizzly wrote:why do women wear a pair of panties, but only one bra?
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I always try to save the frogs from the evil skimmers... I like frogs :-) Yesterday morning there was a mole swimming around in the pool and I broke down and scooped it out (mostly because I didn't want it floating around in the pool dead all day). The cat promptly finished it off so all is well.

Jim wrote:I saved a drowning frog out of my pool this morning at 5:30 AM. I was eating breakfast and looking at the toxic dump of a pool and I could see commotion on the surface. Poor little frog was on its last leg. Its alive because of me! \:D/

If it was a rodent, It would still be there. :mrgreen:
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The guy sitting in the cube next to me eats all day and smacks loudly as he eats. Wonder if I'll get fired if I rip his lips off?
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poolie wrote:The guy sitting in the cube next to me eats all day and smacks loudly as he eats. Wonder if I'll get fired if I rip his lips off?

Do the same thing while you're eating and see if it annoys him. It might bring his attention to the problem he has......................or then again, maybe not.
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Waterwings wrote:
poolie wrote:The guy sitting in the cube next to me eats all day and smacks loudly as he eats. Wonder if I'll get fired if I rip his lips off?

Do the same thing while you're eating and see if it annoys him. It might bring his attention to the problem he has......................or then again, maybe not.
It's one of my pet peeves. I don't think I could do it long enough to make an impact without screaming. He's just over here from India and I understand from a friend who grew up in India that smacking is acceptable behavior. He said I should just whack the guy in the back of the head and tell him to stop it. HR would walk me to the door.
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poolie wrote:The guy sitting in the cube next to me eats all day and smacks loudly as he eats. Wonder if I'll get fired if I rip his lips off?
:LOL2:


The Guy from India in the cube next door walked over and told me to put my music lower...It was on the lowest possible volume before silence.
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I have a resident bait monkey living on my shoulders...

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