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Military Medical Team Makes the 'Toughest Call' (GI IMPALED BY BOMB - courage abounds!!!)
ABC News ^ | 9/22/07 | Ruth Reiss

Posted on 09/23/2007 7:46:56 AM PDT by paulat

Unexploded Rocket-Propelled Grenade Impales Army Private in Afghanistan By RUTH REISS

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One RPG skidded past Lt. Mariani's vehicle. All of the vehicles had to quickly get out of the "kill zone." But before they could get to safety, two rockets hit Pvt. Moss' Humvee.

Staff Sgt. Eric Wynn, 33, the soldier in the front passenger seat, felt one slice through his face. Moss remembers the truck practically lift up. He was thrown up against the Humvee and then moved to return fire.

"I smelled something smoking and I looked down ... and I was smoking," he said.

Wynn turned to tell Moss where to fire and saw the tail fins of the RPG sticking out of Moss' side.

Roughly the length of a baseball bat, an RPG travels at the speed of a bullet. At the front end is the warhead -- a large grenade. The detonator and fuel are contained in the shaft. On the back are its fins, pieces of metal that stick out like legs on a camera tripod. The RPG is the weapon of choice for many of the world's guerillas.

Luckily for Moss, the company medic Spc. Jared Angell, 23, who the soldiers call "Doc," was in his Humvee

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A Human Bomb The RPG that had plowed into Moss' lower abdomen stretched from one hip to the other. If the RPG went off, it would kill everyone within 30 feet of him. Yet Angell stayed close, bandaging his wounds and stabilizing the weapon so that movement wouldn't cause it to explode.

Moss was still fully conscious, so Angell ordered him to not look down at the injury. He didn't want Moss to panic.

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To: Monkey Face

I keep wondering if it’s related to diabetes and blood sugar...seems to me like sugar kicks off the headaches more times than not.


751 posted on 10/11/2007 10:00:39 AM PDT by rottndog (This Tagline currently closed for maintenance and rehabilitation.)
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To: rottndog

Red wine and cheese will give you migraines. I don’t think it’s a sugar thing for me, because my blood sugar is seldom over 85.


752 posted on 10/11/2007 10:04:11 AM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: Monkey Face

So I can’t have cheese with my whine?


753 posted on 10/11/2007 11:51:08 AM PDT by rottndog (This Tagline currently closed for maintenance and rehabilitation.)
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To: rottndog

Maybe if it’s a mild cheese...


754 posted on 10/11/2007 11:54:40 AM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: Monkey Face; rottndog

Or a white whine?

My father’s cousin (who died a couple of weeks ago) had migraines, and did quite a bit of research on what causes them. Of course, he would never give up smoking. Chris Buckley said his doctor told him that if he gave up smoking, he’d stop having migraines in five years ... and it worked!

The aforementioned cousin was quite wealthy and reclusive. (He’d been dead for some time before his neighbors called the police and the police eventually notified the relatives.) His last known will was dated 1985, when my father and grandfather were about the only relatives he was in contact with. We’re wondering if he left everything to my Dad! During the 90’s, he resumed contact with his sister and her children, so I’m sure he’d want them to benefit, but that will take some legal maneuvering. The surviving cousins don’t want anything except a few family mementoes.

The lesson is, keep your will up to date!


755 posted on 10/11/2007 3:18:05 PM PDT by Tax-chick ("There is no such thing as death for a Christian who believes in the Resurrection." ~ Fr. Ho Lung)
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To: Tax-chick

I just updated my will before I went to the class reunion. I usually do it every few years, or when something changes.


756 posted on 10/11/2007 3:22:17 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: Tax-chick

Like I’ve got a lot to worry about, right? With my miuyons and biuyons of dollars...;o]


757 posted on 10/11/2007 3:26:37 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: Monkey Face

LOL! At least you can make sure the right people get your petz, if you predecease them.

The most important thing for us was disposing of the children, of course. A family in Tulsa will end up with 16 children and a lot of money, if a meteor hits Der Prinz and me on the one occasion during the year when we’re together with no children.


758 posted on 10/11/2007 3:30:08 PM PDT by Tax-chick ("There is no such thing as death for a Christian who believes in the Resurrection." ~ Fr. Ho Lung)
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To: Tax-chick

Since my son has a learning disability, and has never had a really “good” job, I’m leaving his with the bulk of what I have.

My daughter’s husband is quite able to take care of her in the style to which she’d like to become accustomed, so there’s not much sense in giving her anything that would benefit my son more.

That may sound cold, but it’s only fair. If their situations were reversed, I’d leave the bulk of it to her.


759 posted on 10/11/2007 3:37:07 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: Monkey Face

I think it’s perfectly fair. Does your son like catz?


760 posted on 10/11/2007 3:38:33 PM PDT by Tax-chick ("There is no such thing as death for a Christian who believes in the Resurrection." ~ Fr. Ho Lung)
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To: Tax-chick

My son loves catz. His first pet was a kitten, and they had so much fun together.

We’ve always had catz and he has adopted them as his own...I told him he was the one who had to wear the cat hair at night, so if he wanted to put them under the covers, it was up to him!

One cat was named Beaker, after the Muppet character, and another was Sluggo.

He may even like the birdz, if they live long enough!


761 posted on 10/11/2007 3:54:44 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: Monkey Face

Good choice for your heir, then.

I’m off to watch “Our Solar System” with Vlad. I put him in his winter pajamas, and it really upset him for some reason. I had to find him a long sleeve shirt and sweat pants!


762 posted on 10/11/2007 4:32:18 PM PDT by Tax-chick ("There is no such thing as death for a Christian who believes in the Resurrection." ~ Fr. Ho Lung)
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To: Tax-chick

Yep, my son is a really good “kid.” He always has been. He’s also compassionate and empathetic.

He also cooks, cleans, and can mend his own clothes, and even knows how to wash clothes AND iron them!

My daughter is just now learning to cook...she’s always been with men who have done the cooking. LOL! (I should live so long!)


763 posted on 10/11/2007 4:36:53 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: Monkey Face

And with that, I’m headed for the warm flannels...g’night, FRiends!


764 posted on 10/11/2007 4:38:41 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: Monkey Face; Tax-chick
Welcome back!

Thank you. It's good to be back -- or will be when the jet-lag clears. Overslept this morning's 8 AM (PDT) teleconference and it was only after I'd sent a colorful apology to the group that I learned it had been canceled on Tuesday.

Oh well.

765 posted on 10/11/2007 5:34:59 PM PDT by sionnsar (trad-anglican.faithweb.com |Iran Azadi| 5yst3m 0wn3d - it's N0t Y0ur5 (SONY) | UN: Useless Nations)
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To: Monkey Face
Good night, 'Face!

Guess I'm off to find what's happened in the world since Friday night.

766 posted on 10/11/2007 5:41:40 PM PDT by sionnsar (trad-anglican.faithweb.com |Iran Azadi| 5yst3m 0wn3d - it's N0t Y0ur5 (SONY) | UN: Useless Nations)
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To: sionnsar

Since last Friday? One of our lizards died, and we got a new one.


767 posted on 10/11/2007 7:12:32 PM PDT by Tax-chick ("There is no such thing as death for a Christian who believes in the Resurrection." ~ Fr. Ho Lung)
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To: sionnsar; Tax-chick
"I'm off to find what's happened in the world since Friday night."

I wrote a poem or two. Or three.

You need one?

768 posted on 10/11/2007 7:49:43 PM PDT by NicknamedBob ("The enemy of my enemy is an anemone." -- Nemo, and Nemo's father.)
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To: NicknamedBob

What did you write the poems about?


769 posted on 10/11/2007 8:26:05 PM PDT by darkangel82 (All right! Let's go Tribe!!)
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To: paulat

Wow. Thanks for posting this. Lots of heroes.


770 posted on 10/11/2007 8:31:38 PM PDT by MarMema
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To: darkangel82

Politics, mostly.

And a derivative work about “tin whiskers” based on the anti-war song “One Tin Soldier.”

Nothing to be very proud of. The last good one was upthread, called “Someone.”


771 posted on 10/11/2007 9:12:16 PM PDT by NicknamedBob ("The enemy of my enemy is an anemone." -- Nemo, and Nemo's father.)
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To: NicknamedBob

Good morning. It’s trash day! We’re going to have pizza for supper.


772 posted on 10/12/2007 4:14:45 AM PDT by Tax-chick ("There is no such thing as death for a Christian who believes in the Resurrection." ~ Fr. Ho Lung)
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To: Tax-chick

Morning, T-C!

My smart-aleckyness seems to be fully awake, but I will forgo the opportunity afforded by seeing “trash” and “pizza for supper” in the same statement.

We often do that, when the evening is busy with other things. The local pizza place knows us all by name.

I feel like the “let’s get Mikey; he won’t eat it” of the pizza industry.


773 posted on 10/12/2007 4:47:42 AM PDT by NicknamedBob ("The enemy of my enemy is an anemone." -- Nemo, and Nemo's father.)
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To: NicknamedBob

LOL! We have frozen pizza. Red Baron, I think. They’ve improved.

We’ve got our neighbor’s toddler here this morning. He doesn’t have any brothers, and he can’t understand why Pat, James, and Vlad are following him around trying to give him things.


774 posted on 10/12/2007 6:03:55 AM PDT by Tax-chick ("There is no such thing as death for a Christian who believes in the Resurrection." ~ Fr. Ho Lung)
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To: Tax-chick

It’s clear to me.

He followed them home. Now they want to keep him.


775 posted on 10/12/2007 4:01:19 PM PDT by NicknamedBob ("The enemy of my enemy is an anemone." -- Nemo, and Nemo's father.)
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To: NicknamedBob

They were unhappy when he went home. They’ll all be disappointed when the neighbors move, which will happen when their house is sold. The gentleman has already gone to his new job in northern Virginia, while the mom and baby are here until ... whenever.

They were good neighbors the last 4 years, except for their Rottweilers’ barking.


776 posted on 10/12/2007 4:10:12 PM PDT by Tax-chick ("Is there any extra food around here anywhere?")
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To: Tax-chick; sionnsar; rottndog; NicknamedBob; fanfan; FRiends; All; folks

I’m home. It’s been a long day. My daughter did well, for a first-timer. I wanted to stay, but she was in good hands (her hubby) so I told her I would call her later.

Meanwhile, I need a stiff drink.


777 posted on 10/12/2007 4:33:25 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: Tax-chick

My dogs bark like deranged beasts whenever they have room for their voices to echo.

Otherwise, I’m probably a good neighbor.


778 posted on 10/12/2007 4:35:59 PM PDT by NicknamedBob ("The enemy of my enemy is an anemone." -- Nemo, and Nemo's father.)
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To: Tax-chick; NicknamedBob; Huber
Lizards and poems?

Sigh. I have SO much catching up to do. There has apparently been a lot going on in the Anglican world and I see Huber has been busy posting and pinging. It will take a couple of hours at least to catch up.

But it looks like I better get used to the regime, because from here to June it's a week-long (or close) trip every month, with only one trip with (a) flight under 4 hours. I think I'm likely to reach elite status on more than one frequent flyer plan next year, possibly all three... *\:-(

779 posted on 10/12/2007 4:39:22 PM PDT by sionnsar (trad-anglican.faithweb.com |Iran Azadi| 5yst3m 0wn3d - it's N0t Y0ur5 (SONY) | UN: Useless Nations)
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To: Monkey Face
I’m home. It’s been a long day. My daughter did well, for a first-timer. I wanted to stay, but she was in good hands (her hubby) so I told her I would call her later.

Prayers still going up...

Meanwhile, I need a stiff drink.

Have some "Poblachd Saorsa," (in English, "Free Republic") the best whisky straight from The Official Distillery of the Undead ThreadTM.

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780 posted on 10/12/2007 4:40:58 PM PDT by sionnsar (trad-anglican.faithweb.com |Iran Azadi| 5yst3m 0wn3d - it's N0t Y0ur5 (SONY) | UN: Useless Nations)
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To: Monkey Face

It’s tough to “be there” for someone when you’re not all there with it yourself.


781 posted on 10/12/2007 4:41:27 PM PDT by NicknamedBob ("The enemy of my enemy is an anemone." -- Nemo, and Nemo's father.)
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To: Monkey Face

Hi Sis!

I’m glad you are both doing alright.

*HUGS*


782 posted on 10/12/2007 4:42:16 PM PDT by fanfan ("We don't start fights my friends, but we finish them, and never leave until our work is done."PMSH)
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To: Tax-chick
Since last Friday? One of our lizards died, and we got a new one.

LOL!

Thanks for sharing TC.

;-D

783 posted on 10/12/2007 4:50:05 PM PDT by fanfan ("We don't start fights my friends, but we finish them, and never leave until our work is done."PMSH)
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To: sionnsar

Thanks!

My daughter will appreciate the prayers, when she’s awake enough to understand what I’m saying. ;o]


784 posted on 10/12/2007 4:52:12 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: NicknamedBob

I figured it was just one more time when I had to be “Mom.” Knowing that she needed me was quite a change from previous years.

But I’ll die on the vine tonight, for sure.


785 posted on 10/12/2007 4:54:19 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: fanfan

*HUGS*

Thanks, Sweetie. I would never tell her what a strain it was for me, but I wouldn’t have missed the opportunity to give her some extra love.


786 posted on 10/12/2007 4:55:45 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: Monkey Face
"But I’ll die on the vine tonight, for sure."

Oh, you heard about that intraveinous vodka treatment, did you?

It does save a lot of needless walking.

787 posted on 10/12/2007 5:06:18 PM PDT by NicknamedBob ("The enemy of my enemy is an anemone." -- Nemo, and Nemo's father.)
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To: NicknamedBob

Right now, I could really use a vodka boilermaker. ;o]


788 posted on 10/12/2007 5:13:07 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: NicknamedBob
I wrote a poem or two. Or three.
You need one?

Sure! A nice upbeat one called "The New Job" (or something like that) -- sorry, DC!

It has been a wild week. First off, I think I might have mentioned some three weeks back that I had gotten the job I'd pitched to the higher-ups. I was a little concerned about some elements of it as presented to me (almost two weeks later) because the they didn't quite match reality -- but then again, I'm the one familiar with the committees and how they operate; these folks aren't. But overall it looked good, even if I got hit with some relatively heavy initial assignments (tests) -- they're opportunities to show what I can do.

Being a classic overachiever I overshot my first goal this week. The job was to go to a committee meeting in Germany and get myself placed on the board of directors. Not really a big deal, because I'm replacing the prior representative who left the company and he'd greased the skids for me. And did he ever -- I was elected to the Executive Board as Secretary. (It didn't hurt to be well-known and liked by these folks. "Finally we get minutes in good American English," said a wag.)

My bosses are really happy with that -- especially the one in Germany.

But this requires that I attend all meetings, not just the twice a year in the original plan. So this morning I receive a new copy of the plan, I open it... and it says I'm to be at all meetings. Hm. More flexible than I'd thought. (And ugh, 4 trips to Europe each year on top of all existing travel. I better get really used to jet lag!)

But being there so regularly makes my second goal, one that corporate thinks will be difficult, almost a slam-dunk. (I'll spare you the particulars.) It's a little bit political, a little bit technical, and a large part of keeping the right folks talking with each other, conveying the right messages.

But all in all, this is becoming the job of my dreams. Recent dreams, anyway: Once upon a time a job that involved not writing software in some quiet back room but instead inflicting lots of travel, writing magazine articles, public speaking, political negotiations, grasping giant standards in a single bound, etc., would have had me recoiling in horror.

But for now I have a job very few people can do -- I've probably got more job security than most folks my age in this corporation (and industry), and a whole lot more than someone who writes software in some quiet back room.

It looks like the hell of the past seven years here is over. I am rejoicing.

789 posted on 10/12/2007 5:16:35 PM PDT by sionnsar (trad-anglican.faithweb.com |Iran Azadi| 5yst3m 0wn3d - it's N0t Y0ur5 (SONY) | UN: Useless Nations)
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To: Monkey Face

You are absolutely right.

IMNSHO,
The whole point of our struggles is to see every challenge as an opportunity to give more love.


790 posted on 10/12/2007 5:16:54 PM PDT by fanfan ("We don't start fights my friends, but we finish them, and never leave until our work is done."PMSH)
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To: Monkey Face
Right now, I could really use a vodka boilermaker. ;o]

Uh. Excuse my ignorance... what is that?

791 posted on 10/12/2007 5:18:26 PM PDT by sionnsar (trad-anglican.faithweb.com |Iran Azadi| 5yst3m 0wn3d - it's N0t Y0ur5 (SONY) | UN: Useless Nations)
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To: Monkey Face
I figured it was just one more time when I had to be “Mom.” Knowing that she needed me was quite a change from previous years.

Unless one has been a really bad mother, there will always be a time when "Mom" is needed.

792 posted on 10/12/2007 5:21:07 PM PDT by sionnsar (trad-anglican.faithweb.com |Iran Azadi| 5yst3m 0wn3d - it's N0t Y0ur5 (SONY) | UN: Useless Nations)
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To: fanfan
IMNSHO,
The whole point of our struggles is to see every challenge as an opportunity to give more love.

IMVHO, The whole point an element of our struggles is to see every challenge as an opportunity to give more Christian love.

But that's me.

793 posted on 10/12/2007 5:23:43 PM PDT by sionnsar (trad-anglican.faithweb.com |Iran Azadi| 5yst3m 0wn3d - it's N0t Y0ur5 (SONY) | UN: Useless Nations)
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To: sionnsar; Monkey Face
See you soon.

Nite folks!

794 posted on 10/12/2007 5:24:30 PM PDT by fanfan ("We don't start fights my friends, but we finish them, and never leave until our work is done."PMSH)
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To: fanfan

Yepper!

Love works!


795 posted on 10/12/2007 5:35:12 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: sionnsar

That’s beer with vodka back, or mixed in. I like the vodka back approach. It makes me mellow!


796 posted on 10/12/2007 5:36:28 PM PDT by Monkey Face (It's time for Halloween, so practice safe hex.)
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To: sionnsar
"A nice upbeat one called "The New Job" (or something like that) ..."

The New Job

The curse of the Peter Principle,
Is that you rise too far,
Your meteoric path just marks,
The scene of a shooting star.

The burnout comes real quickly then,
And suddenly it’s “splat”,
Your hopes and aspirations,
Your dreams have fallen flat.

That’s how it is for most of us,
Whose rise has topped the chart,
But some there are who need not fear,
This fate upon their part.

So modest when you meet them,
So capable and bright,
It’s hard to see how anything,
Could be beyond their might.

With quiet understanding,
Intensity and joy,
When given challenges, they excel,
Each day begins, “Oh boy!”

They just keep moving upward,
With placid, stolid strides,
Excelling, with aplomb, you see,
And something else besides.

Just like a king or emperor,
They often speak of “we”,
In challenges they’ve met alone,
They’ve had some company.

Sometimes they even speak as though,
Someone is at their side,
Someone to look up to,
And to speak at eventide.

“We thank You for the gifts You sent,”
He said, though quite alone.
“And for the talent You have lent,
We struggle to atone.”

NicknamedBob . . . . October 12, 2007

Ask, ...

797 posted on 10/12/2007 6:42:29 PM PDT by NicknamedBob ("The enemy of my enemy is an anemone." -- Nemo, and Nemo's father.)
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To: Monkey Face; NicknamedBob; fanfan; sionnsar

I’m pleased that your daughter made it through successfully. I’m sure you were a comfort!

I’m going to be gone all day tomorrow, so don’t expect me between 7:30 and 6:30.

I’m waiting for some laundry to finish before going to bed The catz are exchanging mild hostilities.


798 posted on 10/12/2007 7:28:09 PM PDT by Tax-chick ("Is there any extra food around here anywhere?")
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Here!


799 posted on 10/12/2007 8:25:26 PM PDT by rottndog (This Tagline currently closed for maintenance and rehabilitation.)
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Hello?


800 posted on 10/12/2007 8:39:51 PM PDT by rottndog (This Tagline currently closed for maintenance and rehabilitation.)
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