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    A cool gadget for holding doors open

    Our house has 3 interior doors, their default mode is open, and two of them require door stops to stay open. I recently found this gadget on Amazon and it is such a great little solution! Some...
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    Too funny, TMS! I jokingly lord it over her that...

    Too funny, TMS!
    I jokingly lord it over her that I have actually attended some yoga classes, poorly equipped though I may have been. She also bought a bike and has purchased many accessories, hats,...
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    I did it - opened a Treasury Direct account and...

    I did it - opened a Treasury Direct account and invested in I-bonds!
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    The only gun I ever play around with is my thumb...

    The only gun I ever play around with is my thumb and forefinger, and they are never loaded.
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    Bennington is cool. We've visited it a few times...

    Bennington is cool. We've visited it a few times when in the Berkshires.
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    Interesting - when I hear "chicory," I think of...

    Interesting - when I hear "chicory," I think of this:

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    Haha, I'm always teasing my sister about her...

    Haha, I'm always teasing my sister about her penchant for buying athleticwear while doing nothing athletic. For someone who has never gone to a single yoga session, she certainly has the wardrobe...
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    Hana: I think under the circumstances that you...

    Hana: I think under the circumstances that you showed admirable restraint if you were able to minimize snark. :)
    As you noted on your list, it's been too warm to do a lot of the seasonal things just...
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    What a tragedy.

    What a tragedy.
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    Imagine the thrilling fashion show we could...

    Imagine the thrilling fashion show we could present!:laff:
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    I wasn't sure where to put this, but it was a...

    I wasn't sure where to put this, but it was a 10-part series so it seems more like a TV show than a movie, even though I watched it on my laptop, lol. Has anyone else watched "Maid" on Netflix? I...
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    One of our lifelong friends had bought a house in...

    One of our lifelong friends had bought a house in our town back in 1983, and he paid about $50K. He was an ironworker and got badly injured in a terrible accident, lucky he wasn't killed, probably...
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    Early: That's a very cool perk! RedSpruce:...

    Early: That's a very cool perk!

    RedSpruce: That sounds like a wonderful, frugal vacation. I would love to go to PEI someday.

    DH and I went to a garden club lecture on perennials yesterday, so...
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    Good for you! It's a different, more relaxed...

    Good for you! It's a different, more relaxed stage of life, and I think it's a better one. I used to be Little Ms Talbots, with a closet full of suits. Nowadays when I want to look presentable, I...
  15. My DH won $10K twice. The first time we had a...

    My DH won $10K twice. The first time we had a very nice splurge for ourselves. The second time we were a little bit older and wiser, and we paid down a chunk of our mortgage. He's had some smaller...
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    I was going to say the same as IL, but Rogar's...

    I was going to say the same as IL, but Rogar's comment reminded me that I am about to put some of our cash into I bonds for the very first time, and that is inflation related.
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    I'm sorry, Tradd.

    I'm sorry, Tradd.
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    Yes, I do have a boiler.

    Yes, I do have a boiler.
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    Sounds like a great day Happy! It also reminds...

    Sounds like a great day Happy! It also reminds me that Sis has been wanting to visit a local winery that does wine tastings on the weekends and she isn't working next weekend, so maybe!
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    "The Social Dilemma" is about as far from an...

    "The Social Dilemma" is about as far from an inspirational, feel-good movie as you can get!
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    Jeppy: I know you heat with oil, as I do, so we...

    Jeppy: I know you heat with oil, as I do, so we have the same type of fuel. My heating mechanism, for want of a better word, is steam, and there are no filters for me to replace. What is your...
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    Oh yes, great recommendations!

    Oh yes, great recommendations!
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    Boss Mare: I don't know much of anything about...

    Boss Mare: I don't know much of anything about horses, so I enjoy your fun facts and your contributions to the Forums. I'm more interested in the substance of what you have to say than your grammar,...
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    I just finished The Forgiven by Lawrence Osborne....

    I just finished The Forgiven by Lawrence Osborne. I really liked it, but oddly enough, I was almost more interested in the setting of Morocco and the fossil trade than the story itself.
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    Greg: Here are a few I enjoyed: The Boy Who...

    Greg: Here are a few I enjoyed:
    The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (Netflix)
    The African Doctor (Netflix)
    The Biggest Little Farm (I watched on DVD)
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