Skip to comments.Word For The Day, Friday, May 13, 2005
Posted on 05/13/2005 5:31:52 AM PDT by Slip18
Friday, May 13, 2005
In order that we might all raise the level of discourse and expand our language abilities, here is the daily post of word for the day. Rules: Everyone must leave a post using the word of the day; in a sentence. The sentence must, in some way, relate to the news of the day.
Subbie Slip has given her whip, handcuffs and legcuffs to xs today.
The rest of the stuff is locked up in my drawer. Im just letting all the new students know that we behave as if we were ladies and gentlemen in here. Those two words as if can get you an A if you make the subbie laugh.
i am fairly sure he is former special OPS, dan. i don't think they can BE weak! dear in the headlights, LOL!!!
I meant major boob as in major boobs. Gazongas. Hooters. These facilitate, but are not compulsory for, the categorization of babeness. Also Major Bob's the wrong friggin' sex. :^) One might say, his booblessness belies babeness, if one was desperate for some asinine alliteration.
Good luck with those hands, Miss Slip!
"power chunking" is frowned upon in a moving ambulance.......
But the deer in the headlites comment stands though.....
Contumacious is a good description of my three-year-old.
No chunking inside a moving ambulance, eh?
What if the the back door were open?
(Robt sees scene from James Bond flick of bed rolling backwards down the Brazilian hills ...
But, in Mew York, it'd be Ti on top, rolling freely down on the Gurney turnpike past exit 115....)
oh ok, i will take that under advisement... ; )
Major Bob ? -- I'd take him in my ambulance any day.........
My Personal Favorite.
saw that. very cool.
Some folks are getting an earful soon.....(Sorry. had to vent)
To Beat a Dead Horse . . .
Dakota Tribal wisdom says that when you discover you are riding a dead horse, the best strategy is to dismount.
A recently declassified Pentagon document indicates that people in the Pentagon try other strategies.
Specifically there are 22 separate and distinct strategies that people in the Pentagon try when they discover they are riding a dead horse:
1. Buy a stronger whip.
2. Change riders.
3. Say things like, "This is the way we've always ridden this horse."
4. Arrange to visit other sites to see how they ride their dead horses.
5. Increase the standards to ride dead horses.
6. Appoint a Tiger Team to revive the dead horse.
7. Create a training session to increase riding ability.
8. Pass legislation that declares, " The horse is not dead."
9. Harness several Dead Horses together for increased speed.
10. Declare with a policy directive and operating instruction that no dead horse is too dead to beat.
11. Do a cost analysis to determine if contractors can ride the dead horse cheaper.
12. Buy a commercial off-the-shelf dead horse.
13. Declare that the horse is better, faster, and cheaper dead.
14. Form an IPT to find uses for dead horses.
15. Revisit the key performance parameters (KPPs) for dead horses.
16. Say the horse was procured making CAIV-based decisions.
17. BRAC the horse farm on which the dead horse was born.
18. Promote the dead horse to a supervisory position.
19. Name the dead horse "Paradigm Shift" and keep riding it.
20. Ride the dead horse "smarter," not harder.
21. Call the dead horse "joint" and let others ride it.
22. Ride the dead horse "outside the box."
What a cutie! I wish all my four daughters were all still little like that, although I love how they are getting big enough that thier sports are actually exciting to watch!
it is a mixed bag, i am glad to have them bigger also, but miss them being little.
yeah - 4-yo recitals are a chore...LOL
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