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  1. I'm with your, Gardnr! That's our exact setup....

    I'm with your, Gardnr! That's our exact setup. And I spend a lot of time in my sewing room, because there's just only so much Guy Fieri I can tolerate.
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    It's funny you say that (in more than one...

    It's funny you say that (in more than one way)--we had a local chain restaurant here in my town (recently shuttered). It's best sandwich was a ground pork burger. The name of the restaurant?...
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    I use ground pork for 2 reasons: 1- to combine...

    I use ground pork for 2 reasons: 1- to combine with ground beef for meatloaf or 2) for steamed pork dumplings. OMGosh, I love the latter. They are a bit of work, but SO good.
    This is pretty close to...
  4. I guess I flunk whatever test this thread is...

    I guess I flunk whatever test this thread is grading.

    I've lived in the PacNW my entire life. I had no fellow students at the school I attended all 12 years who were not white. My current...
  5. Thread: Happy Birthdays

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    Happy birthday first of all Zoegirl! On my...

    Happy birthday first of all Zoegirl! On my birthday for many years I took the day off and did whatever the heck I wanted, by myself. Hike, shopping somewhere new, working on a procrastinated-on...
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    wow, I had no idea Meetup charged a monthly fee...

    wow, I had no idea Meetup charged a monthly fee to the organizer. Hmm...I've talked to a few people in Meetup groups and that was never mentioned.
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    My mom passed away last May just before her 91st...

    My mom passed away last May just before her 91st birthday. She would still be here today I'm convinced, if she had not been so sedentary. She had no health problems precluding her from going out to...
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    Wow, I would be livid as well. Sorry that...

    Wow, I would be livid as well. Sorry that happened to you! I know the quilt shop is a ways away, but maybe they have regular customers from your town they know might be interested in a group? I...
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    Holy cow, I'm going to live to be 100. Doesn't...

    Holy cow, I'm going to live to be 100.

    Doesn't shock me...I do make my health a priority, and I've had numerous relatives live to be 100 or in their 90s before dying.
  10. Thread: Stepford office

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    would they fire you if you had your reference...

    would they fire you if you had your reference materials at hand? I mean, what are they threatening you with if you don't comply? this seems ridiculous!

    I have to say, though, I'm right-handed and...
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    Sheesh, CL...hugs and kudos...I hope you have few...

    Sheesh, CL...hugs and kudos...I hope you have few days like this one.
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    " Maybe you need to go through years of not...

    " Maybe you need to go through years of not getting interviews or jobs to have this experience, really did a number on my confidence."

    Boy, I hear that! It's brutal.

    Good luck!
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    the only artificial sweetener I use is Stevia in...

    the only artificial sweetener I use is Stevia in the Raw. And I only use 1/3 to 1/2 packet in my large tea steepware bottle. Just to take any edge off strong tea. I do use regular brown sugar in...
  14. Thread: Mouse Holocaust

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    I'd just move. Ick.

    I'd just move. Ick.
  15. I was thinking along Steve's lines; what does...

    I was thinking along Steve's lines; what does your family do after dinner? Can she lay out a puzzle? Start a craft or activity with kids?
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    Disgusting example of a human being. Juvenile....

    Disgusting example of a human being. Juvenile. Outrageous how he fishes for praise from people who are asking for help.
  17. Thread: Home Made Yogurt

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    I don't add anything but the dry nonfat milk to...

    I don't add anything but the dry nonfat milk to my milk and make yogurt weekly.

    I use a double boiler, bring the milk (with 2 T. whisked in nonfat dry milk) up to 195 deg. Take it off the heat, ...
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    It's Good to be King, and Here Comes My Girl are...

    It's Good to be King, and Here Comes My Girl are my favorites, but it's hard to choose from such a great career list.
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    It's an interesting notion of whether it is a...

    It's an interesting notion of whether it is a social expectation or a personal one, to have a purpose. But, for me, I am feeling like I just do not want to live the rest of my life with any more...
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    It's too bad...he wasn't that old! I'm sure he...

    It's too bad...he wasn't that old! I'm sure he had some songs left in him. Very sad. I was a fan. :(
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    Yes, this, pinkytoe! And love---love others as...

    Yes, this, pinkytoe!

    And love---love others as I would like to be loved and try to be an example of love for my grandchildren. That and demonstrating respect for nature and environment to them is...
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    Walgreen's has a service where you can download...

    Walgreen's has a service where you can download photo files to their website and create printed photobooks. I've used this for special vacations and excursions, mainly as gifts for my grandson when...
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    Man, I'm glad I read this thread! I always think...

    Man, I'm glad I read this thread! I always think I'm the only one!

    Here's how pathetic I am...sometimes in the shower I can't remember if I already did the first shampoo of my hair. (Yes, I know,...
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    I think you can microwave them briefly to...

    I think you can microwave them briefly to slightly soften them, then use a wide chef's knife or cleaver on them a bit more easily.
  25. Thread: Northwest storms

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    Today I'd give anything for some rain....

    Today I'd give anything for some rain....
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