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A Day in the Life of President Bush (photos): 1.19.07
yahoo.com, whitehouse.gov ^ | Friday January 19, 2007 | GretchenM

Posted on 01/19/2007 4:40:49 PM PST by GretchenM

I found no new photos of the president today but there are some photos of Laura in Paris, at the conference on Missing and Exploited Children. As Tony Snow's assistant conducted the press briefing today, and the State of the Union address is next Tuesday, January 23rd at 9:00 PM EST, it seems likely it is crunch time for getting the address ready.

Defense Secretary Gates continues his visit to Iraq, in Basra and Talil, where he is being briefed.

Jay Hein, Director of the WH Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, discussed the President's compassion agenda and the recently launched Compassion in Action Roundtables.

Text of Dana Perino's press briefing today (information on SoTU).

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QUOTE: Tony Snow, yesterday: "... let me just show you a tiny bit of leg on the State of the Union address, but -- well, maybe it's just upper ankle, I'm not sure. It's not going to be a typical State of the Union address in the sense of going at great length through all the budget items. It's not going to take a comprehensive look at all portions of the budget.

"It will address major issues, including the war on terror, energy, health care, immigration, and education. When it comes to specific items, the President will be discussing within those general categories -- and he'll be talking about more, as well ... ."

Text of Tony Snow's press briefing yesterday.

1 posted on 01/19/2007 4:40:51 PM PST by GretchenM
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To: 1Peter2:16; 2Jedismom; 2Trievers; 4mycountry; A_perfect_lady; admiralsn; Alberta's Child; ...
Dose going up. Please wait to post or repost photos till the All Clear.

Dear Dosers,

I've received inquiries in which Dosers have asked if we could refrain from using coarse language or sentiments in our posts on this thread. I pass on the requests while adding my wholehearted endorsement. If this doesn't apply to your posts, thank you for bulding up the spirit of Sanity Island.

2 posted on 01/19/2007 4:42:14 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: 1Peter2:16; 2Jedismom; 2Trievers; 4mycountry; A_perfect_lady; admiralsn; Alberta's Child; ...
Dose going up. Please wait to post or repost photos till the All Clear.

Dear Dosers,

I've received inquiries in which Dosers have asked if we could refrain from using coarse language or sentiments in our posts on this thread. I pass on the requests while adding my wholehearted endorsement. If this doesn't apply to your posts, thank you for building up the spirit of Sanity Island.

3 posted on 01/19/2007 4:42:20 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: GretchenM
Hi there Dosers!

4 posted on 01/19/2007 4:42:45 PM PST by DollyCali (Don't tell GOD how big your storm is -- Tell the storm how B-I-G your God is!)
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Excerpts from Dana Perino's press briefing today.

A few notes about the State of the Union address that is coming up next Tuesday, January 23rd, at 9:00 p.m. In his State of the Union address, President Bush will address big issues facing our nation, including the war on terror, energy, immigration and education. The State of the Union is an opportunity for the President to unveil a positive, comprehensive agenda that will improve the daily lives of the American people, and to explain how our actions in the world will make our nation safer and better.

Americans should expect a discussion of the common sense principles that will provide the basis for President Bush's approach to governing with a new Congress -- again, as Tony said yesterday, it is not a laundry list of proposals.

President Bush will outline issues where he believes we can find common ground with the new Congress. Both parties share many of the same goals for the people they serve. We can find practical ways to advance the American Dream and keep our nation safe without either party compromising on its principles.

President Bush will discuss his determination to defeat the terrorists who are part of a broader extremist movement that is now doing everything it can to defeat us in Iraq. If the extremists prevail in Iraq, the American people will be less safe and our enemies will be emboldened and more lethal.

Gates, with Gen. George Casey in Basra, Iraq. Gates traveled to Iraq Friday for his second visit in a less than a month, plunging into talks with U.S. and other allied commanders.

5 posted on 01/19/2007 4:42:57 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: DollyCali

6 posted on 01/19/2007 4:43:46 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: GretchenM

I am getting a bar of soap to wash out the mouths of guilty parties. I will start with myself as I prolly offended someone , sometime , along the way


7 posted on 01/19/2007 4:44:04 PM PST by DollyCali (Don't tell GOD how big your storm is -- Tell the storm how B-I-G your God is!)
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with Maj. Gen. Jonathan Shaw, left, commander of British forces in Iraq and Gen. George Casey. Shaw is briefing Gates on the situation in Basra and elsewhere in southeastern Iraq, which is overseen by a British-led multinational force


8 posted on 01/19/2007 4:44:22 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: GretchenM

yippity skippity


9 posted on 01/19/2007 4:44:32 PM PST by DollyCali (Don't tell GOD how big your storm is -- Tell the storm how B-I-G your God is!)
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To: GretchenM

Rack Tony Snow ROFL

BTW I wonder if Howlin going start thread on Dubya state of union speech who who of Demos going show LOADED at union my bet NO KIDDING Ted Kennedy


10 posted on 01/19/2007 4:44:51 PM PST by SevenofNine ("Step aside Jefe"=Det Lennie Briscoe)
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11 posted on 01/19/2007 4:44:52 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: GretchenM

No problem Gretchen.
May God continue to bless our beloved POTUS and our brave military members. :)


12 posted on 01/19/2007 4:45:03 PM PST by MeekMom (Present your bodies a living sacrifice unto God.)
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Laura Bush stands outside Elysee Palace with other first lady attendees at the Conference on Missing and Exploited Children in Paris Wednesday. The conference is hosted by Madame Bernadette Chirac, center.


13 posted on 01/19/2007 4:45:35 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: DollyCali

I am getting a bar of soap to wash out the mouths of guilty parties. I will start with myself as I prolly offended someone , sometime , along the way





LOL...me too.....I can have a potty mouth sometimes....please don't use dial though....yuck!


14 posted on 01/19/2007 4:45:56 PM PST by mystery-ak (My Son, My Soldier, My Hero........God Speed Jonathan......)
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Laura Bush delivers remarks on efforts made in the United States to protect children Wednesday. "Today, federal, state and local law enforcement cooperate to pursue kidnappers across state lines. National registries alert parents about convicted sexual predators living in their neighborhoods. Across the United States, anyone can call a hotline to immediately report a missing child. In 1990, 62 percent of children reported missing to the center were recovered. Today, the number has climbed to 94 percent."

Laura Bush speaks Wednesday during a U.S. Tri-Missions greeting at the United States Embassy in Paris. On stage with Mrs. Bush are: Ambassador and Mrs. Craig Stapleton, Ambassador Louise Oliver, and Ambassador Connie Morella.

15 posted on 01/19/2007 4:46:06 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: mystery-ak

Well, I am NOT up on what soaps taste the best.

How about if we use martini's instead?


16 posted on 01/19/2007 4:47:57 PM PST by DollyCali (Don't tell GOD how big your storm is -- Tell the storm how B-I-G your God is!)
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To: DollyCali

A martini works for me...lol...


17 posted on 01/19/2007 4:48:34 PM PST by mystery-ak (My Son, My Soldier, My Hero........God Speed Jonathan......)
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To: All; rintense; ohioWfan; TruthNtegrity; MJY1288; snugs; Wolfstar; silent_jonny; onyx; ...
I want to recognize and thank the crew that has brought us "A Day in the Life of President Bush" since its inception in January 2001. If I accidentally omitted a name, will someone let me know? It's quite a cast which has brought the president and his administration before us for these 72 months.

rintense
ohioWfan
TruthNTegrity
MJY1288
snugs
Wolfstar
silent jonny
onyx
Just a Nobody
GretchenM

18 posted on 01/19/2007 4:49:58 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: All

We hit 100 percent on the FReepathon while the Dose was going up!

19 posted on 01/19/2007 4:52:09 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: All

20 posted on 01/19/2007 4:52:23 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: DollyCali

Congrats on your toaster win, Dolly, and pass some soap my way, I'm probably a repeat offender (I blame the wine...)


21 posted on 01/19/2007 4:54:21 PM PST by Theresawithanh (Growing old isn't so bad - especially considering the alternative!)
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To: mystery-ak; DollyCali

Your posts bring to mind Ralpie's remarks on going blind from having had his mouth washed out with soap too many times ("A Christmas Story"), and the slightly piquant taste of Lifebuoy.


22 posted on 01/19/2007 4:54:35 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: GretchenM; All

Good evening!


23 posted on 01/19/2007 4:55:08 PM PST by Kaslin (In war, there are two exit strategies. One is called victory. The other is called defeat.)
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To: mystery-ak; DollyCali

You weren't one of the provocateurs for the request to keep the place clean.


24 posted on 01/19/2007 4:55:41 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: Kaslin

Hi Kaslin, not only do I not mind the ping to the other thread, I am grateful for it.

Kaslin brought this thread to my attention.

[President Bush] The courage of his convictions
InsightMagazine.com ^ | January 16, 2007 | Donald Lambro
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1770374/posts

If President Bush's decision to send 21,500 troops to Iraq tells us anything about him, it is this: He isn't someone who bases his policies on the polls or the results of the last election.

He is acting on his deepest conviction that, as he said in his address to the nation, we are engaged in “the decisive ideological struggle of our time” against Islamic extremists who have declared war against the West and the United States, in particular.

Abraham Lincoln, beset by a series of defeats and setbacks in the Civil War, told the nation “we must think anew so that we may act anew.” Mr. Bush, facing a long guerrilla war that his new secretary of defense said we are losing, essentially told Americans that failure was not an option and that we must readjust our military strategy so that “We can and we will prevail.”

It was a gutsy, sober decision that he knows will hardly make him more popular with the American people. Polls show that nearly two-thirds of all Americans oppose the war and think it was a mistake. His party lost the House and Senate in an election that turned into a referendum on the war.

But Mr. Bush has long ago made peace with the fact that he is not going to win any popularity contests for the remainder of his presidency as long as the war continues and casualties mount.

Sending more troops to secure the Iraqi capital against a stronger and far more lethal insurgency is clearly in the long-term security interests of our country, and he is willing to leave office two years from now with low-approval polls but secure in the knowledge that he fought the terrorists as hard as he could and kept America safer than it was before he came into office.

Only now Mr. Bush faces two wars, one in Iraq and the other on Capitol Hill, where Democrats were gearing up to challenge him on two fronts: 1) A nonbinding resolution that declares Congress' disapproval of increased combat forces and calls for troop withdrawal by this year. 2) Withholding funding for any additional forces being sent there or other provisions that would further restrict appropriations for the war.

But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid should be careful about overplaying their hand on both scores. Thus far, as most polls show, a majority of Americans oppose an immediate or precipitous pullout of all forces in Iraq that would result in a bloodbath for the Iraqi people. Indeed, a number of Democrats would not support a speedy withdrawal if it would endanger our remaining forces there.

A congressional funding cutoff, which would have to clear a 60-vote hurdle in the Senate and then overcome a presidential veto, would be a political disaster for the Pelosi Democrats. It would threaten needed funds for our troops in the midst of war. How many Democrats would want to vote for that?

Mr. Bush explained the stakes in Iraq last week without sugarcoating what the future holds, even if his plan succeeds in pacifying Baghdad and the terrorist-infested Anbar province.

“Even if our new strategy works exactly as planned, deadly acts of violence will continue—and we must expect more Iraqi and American casualties,” he said. The question, he added, “is whether our new strategy will bring us closer to success. I believe it will.”

I think we will see a change for the better on the streets of Baghdad with increased troop levels. But if there is one change I would make in the new strategy, it would be a much sharper increase in the number of U.S. forces to train more Iraqi fighters.

The bipartisan Iraq Study Group proposed a massive increase in the number of U.S. military trainers by 10,000 to 20,000 to quickly escalate the size and skill of the Iraqi army. Mr. Bush's plan would just expand the number of advisers embedded in existing Iraqi forces.

The key to longer-term success and to an eventual drawdown of U.S. forces is a larger, better-trained Iraqi security force that can bear the brunt of the fighting and kill more of the enemy. That side of the military equation must be ramped up beyond anything that is now being contemplated.

Meantime, Mr. Bush is fully committed to his new strategy. He has received new promises from Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to commit additional brigades to the war and to get a lot tougher combating sectarian violence. Mr. Bush is bringing new generals into Iraq and the region, and a new ambassador into Baghdad, to carry out the plan.

He is embarked on this course because all of the other options, such as a phased withdrawal this year, were nonstarters in his mind—signaling to the terrorists that they had won, that we would back down in the face of their threats and that would make us and the free world more vulnerable to their attacks.

It was perhaps the toughest and loneliest decision of his presidency but one that was made solely to keep our country safe.


25 posted on 01/19/2007 4:59:13 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: GretchenM; GitmoSailor; RedRover; onyx; Mo1; STARWISE; BigSkyFreeper; Lady Jag; Jim Robinson

Hi Gretchen...I see your disclaimer...I don't recall using bad language, but if I did...I apologize, and promise to be good from now on...LOL

The Freepathon is a HUGH success...we had 2 Freepers upping the ante to get their STATE, number 1...it was a lot of fun to watch.

TWO wonderful freepers to thank tonight,..Gitmo Soldier, and Red Rover.

Of course...that doesn't count all of the great freepers that keep the Freepathon going for several weeks like onyx and Mo1 and STARWISE, BigSkyFreeper,Lady Jag...JR, etc.


26 posted on 01/19/2007 4:59:21 PM PST by Txsleuth (FREEPATHON TIME-Please become a monthly donor, or Dollar a Day donor.)
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To: GretchenM

no... actually I am prolly one that was complained ABOUT


27 posted on 01/19/2007 5:00:04 PM PST by DollyCali (Don't tell GOD how big your storm is -- Tell the storm how B-I-G your God is!)
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To: GretchenM

The First Lady's remarks in post #15 remind me of the great story of the OK girl who was kidnapped, but is now safe. I don't know whether they have caught the piece of human garbage who kidnapped her, yet. Here's the link:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1770402/posts


28 posted on 01/19/2007 5:00:29 PM PST by Theresawithanh (Growing old isn't so bad - especially considering the alternative!)
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To: GretchenM

That was funny. Gretchen. The house where the movie was shot is in Cleveland area & now opened for tours & a museum with memoriabila available. I was there before Christmas & got the DVD. Took lots of pix outdoors & at museum.


29 posted on 01/19/2007 5:01:46 PM PST by DollyCali (Don't tell GOD how big your storm is -- Tell the storm how B-I-G your God is!)
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To: DollyCali

That's what I was trying to say, you were not one whose posts brought forth the request. (But who am I to meddle with one's conscience?) =)


30 posted on 01/19/2007 5:01:55 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: GretchenM

Coarse language? When was that?


31 posted on 01/19/2007 5:02:08 PM PST by ilovew (Stem cell research, cut and run, more government...can we end this lesson yet?)
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To: GretchenM

Define coarse.


32 posted on 01/19/2007 5:02:26 PM PST by altura
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To: GretchenM

Gates is cute. Hope some of that Rummy toughness hides behind that benign exterior.


33 posted on 01/19/2007 5:03:36 PM PST by altura
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To: GretchenM

I wonder how Laura's leg is healing. I notice she's still in pants, which is fine, but most of the ladies are in skirts and I wonder if she's still hiding a scar/bandage, etc.


34 posted on 01/19/2007 5:04:56 PM PST by altura
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To: DollyCali

Yeah! Bubba likes Ivory best, but he gets the soap out of my bathroom every morning unless I remember to put it out of reach. He tastes it and then puts it down on the carpet.

So I'm going with the martini. The alcohol should kill any of our mouth problems.


35 posted on 01/19/2007 5:06:42 PM PST by altura
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To: altura

"Define coarse."

Profanity, vulgarisms, crudeness, that sort of thing.

Dictionary.com has this:

lacking in fineness or delicacy of texture, structure, etc.
harsh; grating.
lacking delicacy, taste, or refinement; unpolished
common; base.
vulgar; obscene; crude


36 posted on 01/19/2007 5:06:48 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: GretchenM

Gretchen, trust me, I can say "My what a beautiful blue sky" and SOMEONE will be offended.

And when I am really chatting away, well, then even normal folks can be offended. I think we all somewhere say things that people don't like. I like movies, pets, am a vegetarian, & Christian & those four things alone will provoke people.

well, I am going to go check pings & email, find a pix for Eleanor to use & check the newside

BBL

good pix today. I am betting POTUS is working very hard on his speech. It is an important one


37 posted on 01/19/2007 5:07:58 PM PST by DollyCali (Don't tell GOD how big your storm is -- Tell the storm how B-I-G your God is!)
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To: altura

I have read some of the remarks Gates has made, and, though he may not be as tough as Mr. Toughness himself, he seems to have great potential.


38 posted on 01/19/2007 5:08:08 PM PST by Theresawithanh (Growing old isn't so bad - especially considering the alternative!)
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To: ilovew

It's come up from time to time. Enough that I've received more than a few FRmails on the subject. Before my computer crashed, I received two more on the same day so I felt it was time to make the request.


39 posted on 01/19/2007 5:08:40 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: GretchenM

Thanks


40 posted on 01/19/2007 5:08:43 PM PST by Kaslin (In war, there are two exit strategies. One is called victory. The other is called defeat.)
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To: Theresawithanh

Thanks for the link. I was wondering how that kidnapping came out. All they had was white car and 40 something guy.

I'll go to your link in a minute.


41 posted on 01/19/2007 5:09:19 PM PST by altura
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To: GretchenM; All

Yes! Every one of you Dose Posters rock majorly! Thank you sincerely for all that you do!


42 posted on 01/19/2007 5:10:19 PM PST by Theresawithanh (Growing old isn't so bad - especially considering the alternative!)
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To: altura

That's funny. I wonder what the attraction is. I'm deathly allergic to Dove soap. Gives me migraines and makes me as limp and lifeless as a rag doll just to be in a home where it is unwrapped on the bathroom sink.


43 posted on 01/19/2007 5:10:33 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: GretchenM
<> I think I may have a wee problem with this part. I've never been known for delicacy.
44 posted on 01/19/2007 5:11:15 PM PST by altura
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To: GretchenM

The bold was all done by me to emphyzise what I thought was important


45 posted on 01/19/2007 5:12:04 PM PST by Kaslin (In war, there are two exit strategies. One is called victory. The other is called defeat.)
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To: GretchenM

Hmm...okay. Well, anyway, thanks for the Dose. Just wish I could be enjoying it from my room. :(


46 posted on 01/19/2007 5:12:33 PM PST by ilovew (Stem cell research, cut and run, more government...can we end this lesson yet?)
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To: GretchenM
My first reaction was to try to think back to my latest nontrivial Dose post, to see what I had said wrong.

But that was long enough ago that I couldn't remember it.

So then another part of my mind reassured me that this meant I was probably not one of the provocateurs.

But then yet another part said, cynically, yeah - just means the Alzheimer's is setting in if I can't remember that.

Meanwhile a little devil in me was saying - shush now and just go back and find those naughty posts - might be fun reading.

Nah, said yet another corner of my mind ... just chuckle at ones silly thoughts and move on.

47 posted on 01/19/2007 5:14:29 PM PST by ThePythonicCow (The Greens steal in fear of pollution, The Reds in fear of greed; Fear arising from a lack of Faith.)
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To: GretchenM

I don't know, but dogs are weird.

A long time ago I got Ivory for the DP as he had really dry skin and I think he was using one of those deodorant soaps like Zest.

Bubba took a shine to Ivory. We now use Dove. (hold your breath here, kid) and Bubba keeps thinking since it is white that he might get some good old ivory.

He never gives up hope!!


48 posted on 01/19/2007 5:15:31 PM PST by altura (Woefully lacking in delicacy and tact, but working on it.)
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To: ThePythonicCow

When someone says, "I know what you did," we all take it personally.


49 posted on 01/19/2007 5:16:19 PM PST by altura (Woefully lacking in delicacy and tact, but working on it.)
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To: ThePythonicCow

Thanks, Cow, I needed that. As I FRmailed to another Doser, I prayed a lot over the request before posting tonight's Dose because I figured the people who were the least likely to have posted anything offensive were probably the most likely to wonder if they were part of the reason for the post.

50 posted on 01/19/2007 5:17:48 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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