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    Default Hi Greg!

    Did the snow melt yet?

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    Do you like yogurt parfaits ?
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    Say goodbye to that acid, Greg.

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    Do you own Bean-o?
    *based upon tedious fact checking.

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    How are the bags under your eyes?
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    Anyone know who the guy in the Cardinals jersey is? I've seen him in pictures on the board and I thought I saw him this year.

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    Boxers or briefs?

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    Is there a life scenario where u could see yourself unable to use a line from "The Big Lebowski" ?
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    Say goodbye to that acid, Greg.

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    Oh Christ, this shouldn't be happening. I've gots work to do and my bowels are acting up which makes me inclined to be brief (no pun intended, hannah) and bland.

    The snow is melted pretty much everywhere but at the peaks of the mountains which surround me, penetrate me, and bind our community together.

    Boxers - always. The only time I've worn briefs since mid-high school was after I got the clamped vas operation. I also had to insert a bag of ice in the underwear...so yuck.

    Never had a yogurt parfait. I'm not all that clear on what makes something a parfait.

    And that's two questions you've asked before I could respond, which is a clear violation of league bylaws. This is not nam, Bug, there are rules.
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    If anyone raped or molested my wife or child i'd off them myself so I guess it doesn't matter. If you don't feel those type of emotions in that situation then that is you and in my opinion makes you a twisted person from a twisted state (UTAH) if that is where your from!

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    Greg,
    How was your vacation?

    Also,
    Greg,
    Has anyone at your work ever had a bowel-related accident?

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    My vacation was wonderful, thank you. Sadly, we forgot our digital camera or else I'd show some pics. We did bring our video camera and have one little bit of footage on the beach, I even make a Tom Waits reference (20 points to the person who can guess the reference before I post the video on YouTube).

    Why, yes, Valarie, how interesting that you ask such a question about my co-workers. About 3-4 years ago, one of our data entry specialists in our provider relations department unexpectedly shat herself while sitting at her desk working (she's about late 40's early 50's). She went to the bathroom to get a look at the extent of the problem (which was already visibly noticeable on her chair) and determined she had to immediately leave the workplace. She did not return that day. This, unfortunately, left a small puddle of poop on her chair and a trail of liqui-feces to the bathroom. The job of clean-up, sadly, had to fall on the shoulders of our poor receptionist, Lois. This experience resulted in a doctor's visit during which it was determined that she needed a colonoscopy. Following the incident, this co-worker was frequently commenting about the fiber content in the food at all company potluck, Christmas parties, etc. She also is quick to comment on food she can't eat due to the fact that it "gives her the runs." She is not ashamed about any of this and will discuss it with anyone if given an opportunity.
    Quote Originally Posted by ByTheWay, View Post
    If anyone raped or molested my wife or child i'd off them myself so I guess it doesn't matter. If you don't feel those type of emotions in that situation then that is you and in my opinion makes you a twisted person from a twisted state (UTAH) if that is where your from!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yablonowitz View Post
    My vacation was wonderful, thank you. Sadly, we forgot our digital camera or else I'd show some pics. We did bring our video camera and have one little bit of footage on the beach, I even make a Tom Waits reference (20 points to the person who can guess the reference before I post the video on YouTube).

    Why, yes, Valarie, how interesting that you ask such a question about my co-workers. About 3-4 years ago, one of our data entry specialists in our provider relations department unexpectedly shat herself while sitting at her desk working (she's about late 40's early 50's). She went to the bathroom to get a look at the extent of the problem (which was already visibly noticeable on her chair) and determined she had to immediately leave the workplace. She did not return that day. This, unfortunately, left a small puddle of poop on her chair and a trail of liqui-feces to the bathroom. The job of clean-up, sadly, had to fall on the shoulders of our poor receptionist, Lois. This experience resulted in a doctor's visit during which it was determined that she needed a colonoscopy. Following the incident, this co-worker was frequently commenting about the fiber content in the food at all company potluck, Christmas parties, etc. She also is quick to comment on food she can't eat due to the fact that it "gives her the runs." She is not ashamed about any of this and will discuss it with anyone if given an opportunity.
    Ima appreciating mah life so much more today
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    Say goodbye to that acid, Greg.

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    Greg,
    Explain the purpose of the portable dishwasher. How is it economically/spacially advantageous (vs a standard, immobile unit). Do you have any recently acquired home gadgetry? How's that modded Xbox?

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    haha
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    She added the phrase "meany head" to my profile.
    I hardly think I'm an attention whore.
    I train birds of prey and am I licensed falconer

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    Dani, I love you, welcome to last week.

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    ....
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    She added the phrase "meany head" to my profile.
    I hardly think I'm an attention whore.
    I train birds of prey and am I licensed falconer

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    Double time. Go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by full on idle View Post
    Greg,
    Explain the purpose of the portable dishwasher. How is it economically/spacially advantageous (vs a standard, immobile unit). Do you have any recently acquired home gadgetry? How's that modded Xbox?
    The purpose of a portable dishwasher is to wash dishes with a dishwasher without having to pay the man a whole bunch of money to install one in your house. It's considerably less expensive and I have yet to see a noticeable drawback in quality of dishwashing. It's downside is that it is not spacially advantageous. I may have unintentionally led people to believe that I thought it was, but my point was that it does have a counter top upon which you can prepare food for dinner or other potential kitchen storage issues. But the fact still remains that it does reduce the amount of walkable floor space in our kitchen.

    The most recent home gadgetry purchase I made was a Logitech iPod dock/amp thing. This unit is considerably better than the iHome I got for my birthday last year which broke in a matter of months.

    I don't speak of Microsoft products that I own that I use in a manner not sanctioned by the company itself. So I can't comment on the last question.

    Finally, here's a short video snippet of our trip to the north Oregon coast (by the way, I strongly urge anyone who lives nearby to go to the Newport aquarium. We saw lots and lots of SHARKS!!!!!):
    Quote Originally Posted by ByTheWay, View Post
    If anyone raped or molested my wife or child i'd off them myself so I guess it doesn't matter. If you don't feel those type of emotions in that situation then that is you and in my opinion makes you a twisted person from a twisted state (UTAH) if that is where your from!

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    One eyed willy.

    Did you go to cannon beach?
    Last edited by J~$$$; 06-25-2007 at 09:07 PM.

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    Dear Greg,

    What is your favorite record of all time and why? Would you sign my yearbook?

    Signed,

    Your secret admirer

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    Greg,

    Please put your media player to "shuffle". List the first ten songs that play. For each song please write about how the song came into your life, and your emotional reaction to it.

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    hi greg
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    She added the phrase "meany head" to my profile.
    I hardly think I'm an attention whore.
    I train birds of prey and am I licensed falconer

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorkfish View Post
    Do you own Bean-o?
    No, though I can understand why you would ask that. And perhaps I should.

    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    How are the bags under your eyes?
    I think they’re the same, Thomas. I’ve determined that it’s a pigment issue that’s unrelated to sleeplessness – I tend to get a good 6.5-8 hours of sleep a night. Both of my brothers have dark patches under their eyes, so I’m thinking it’s genetic. I never did keep up with the cream experiment. If God intended me to have dark circles under my eyes, than I don’t think it’s my place to go against the big man.

    Quote Originally Posted by J~$$$ View Post
    Did you go to cannon beach?
    Tragically, no. We made the unfortunate error of underestimating the length of time it would take to drive to Tillamook (which is where we stayed) and had less beach time as a result. If I’d had another day, we would have hit that and other beaches up north. Oregon beaches are just fucking awesome. The whole coastline is public, so there’s no beach front development. Well, there’s set-back beach front development but it’s not nearly as obtrusive as it is in California.

    Quote Originally Posted by bballarl View Post
    Dear Greg,

    What is your favorite record of all time and why? Would you sign my yearbook?

    Signed,

    Your secret admirer
    My favorite album, as I listed a while back in the best albums thread, is The Clash’s London Calling. And it has little to do with the fact of it being such a seminal album and a darling among rock critics or any kind of attempt to be part of the musical elite.

    It’s just that the album is, to my ears, the most exhilarating recording on earth. The first time I actually decided to listen to the album was 2000. Before that, I had thought of them mainly as the band who sang the over-played “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” and “Rock the Kasbah.” My typical (at the time) dismissive self didn’t really have much interest to listen to much more of that because I figured their “hit” songs were the best they had to offer. Anyway, I put that album in my cd player in my car one day on a whim and it stayed there for at least three months. The thing that floored me about it was how fresh and “current” it sounded, some 21 years later.

    Joe Strummer said something to the effect that all great art is instinct, not intellect – and I think London Calling is a testament to that notion. Just for example, in “Right Profile” where they’re leading up to the chorus toward the end of the song and Strummer’s singing “He said go out and get me my old movie stills. Go out and get me another roll of pills. There I go again shaking, but I ain't got the chills. ARRRGHHHGORRA BUH BHUH DO ARRRRGGGGHHHHNNNN!!!!” followed by an awesome horn section…it’s fucking magic. Or how about in “Brand New Cadillac” when Joe screams in perfect indignant, demeaned, impressed and irritated “JESUS CHRIST! Where’d you get that Cadillac??!!!!” Plus the album has fucking “Clampdown” and “Lost in the Supermarket.” Those songs are two different forms of The Clash brilliance.

    When we were on the road last week, I played “London Calling” three times in a row because it was just perfect. No other album got played more than once.


    Quote Originally Posted by full on idle View Post
    Greg,

    Please put your media player to "shuffle". List the first ten songs that play. For each song please write about how the song came into your life, and your emotional reaction to it.
    I'd prefer to do this on my iTunes player as my iPod is just a nano and only has like 600 songs on it right now. Later tonight. If I have the time.
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    If anyone raped or molested my wife or child i'd off them myself so I guess it doesn't matter. If you don't feel those type of emotions in that situation then that is you and in my opinion makes you a twisted person from a twisted state (UTAH) if that is where your from!

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    Awesome. One last question about the coast....well just about tillamook.....Please tell me you took the tour, and purchased some squeaky cheese.....did you? huh? huh?

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    Casbah. Rock the Casbah. Get it right.

    Oh. Sorry Tom. Go ahead.

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    maybe yer ready 4 sum Big Audio Dynamite Blo
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    Say goodbye to that acid, Greg.

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    Whoa ho ho buddy,
    600 songs is enough songs.
    Do it.

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    I'd like to hear more about this portable dishwasher.

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    Me three.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yablonowitz View Post
    My favorite album, as I listed a while back in the best albums thread, is The Clash’s London Calling. ...

    It’s just that the album is, to my ears, the most exhilarating recording on earth. ...
    I agree with you on this. You're redeemed.

    I think I'll go start a thread.
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    Do you not remember his portable dishwasher?


    Quote Originally Posted by Ardentbiscuit View Post
    This is the equivalent of musical water boarding.

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    No backtalk please, Ms. Lasset.

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