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I don't know why but I actually understood that. Hope she stops bugging you and that you'll get to marry a few Dutch girls. Sorry about you and your girlfriend. And welcome back.

the first settler in Chicago was a black man named Du Sable or such like. OK I play the guitar a little better and PK won the Norris.

IF its ok with you when I marry i'll marry ONE. thanks all the same. :D:D :D

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Permission granted. Go find yourself a bride.

the is a piece of solid advice.....possibly the only advice you'll ever need.....to whit:

find yourself those who you love and the bride will come of itself. :)

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my equally less famous philosophy is pi (3.14159..) =zero.

and thanks for asking. :D:D:D

I suppose your infamous brother stole that from you. <_<

I just HAD to look this up, and see what it looks like It's 27 in. long :blink: , Eat at your own discretion. :wacko:

"The Big Fat Fatty pretty much lives up to its name. The behemoth includes ingredients that are actually other fast-food favorites — all in one ginormous sub: cheesesteak, five cheeseburgers, 10 chicken fingers, pastrami, bacon, five fried eggs, a basket of french fries, 10 onion rings, 10 jalapeno poppers, marinara, chili, and something called fat sauce. It looks like it could easily feed a family of 12. The cost of this bad boy is $49.95, and according to the website, there is only one way to order it: If one intrepid eater accepts the challenge.

“This sandwich is available for our food challenge only, however if eaten by one adventurous soul in 40 minutes or less, the sandwich is free and that amazing human can create and name their very own ‘fat sandwich.’” Diet-friendly, it's not."

big-fat-fatty_zps4575b27e.jpg

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I suppose your infamous brother stole that from you. <_<

I just HAD to look this up, and see what it looks like It's 27 in. long :blink: , Eat at your own discretion. :wacko:

"The Big Fat Fatty pretty much lives up to its name. The behemoth includes ingredients that are actually other fast-food favorites — all in one ginormous sub: cheesesteak, five cheeseburgers, 10 chicken fingers, pastrami, bacon, five fried eggs, a basket of french fries, 10 onion rings, 10 jalapeno poppers, marinara, chili, and something called fat sauce. It looks like it could easily feed a family of 12. The cost of this bad boy is $49.95, and according to the website, there is only one way to order it: If one intrepid eater accepts the challenge.

“This sandwich is available for our food challenge only, however if eaten by one adventurous soul in 40 minutes or less, the sandwich is free and that amazing human can create and name their very own ‘fat sandwich.’” Diet-friendly, it's not."

big-fat-fatty_zps4575b27e.jpg

I don't think my brother went to a blues concert in his entire life,much less bring his clean pot (omg you guys have outrageous minds...I mean COOKING pot) to a jam. :P:D:D :D

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A rare 1960s Ferrari convertible sold for a record $27.5 million in a weekend car auction.

The 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4*S NART Spyder’s price was the most paid at auction for the Italian carmaker anywhere in the world and the most for any car bought at a U.S. public sale.

Story and pic here:

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-18/ferrari-nart-spyder-sets-27-5-million-auction-record.html

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Thanks to a Good Samaritan


It almost happened. There I was needing gas and pulled into a "gas station" (a corner store where they happened to sell gas) next to the pump. Opened the cap,,, grabbed the nozzle, and away we go. After almost filling it, I heard the dreaded words "Does that bike run on diesel?" :o:blink::wacko::angry::wub: (in that order)

I stopped pumping and looked at the pump, (diesel),,,then at the handle (black), then looked at the pump handle at the next pump (yellow). First time I ever saw a black diesel pump handle. After saying a few choice words, I gotta figure out my next step.

Hmmmm, what to do? I shut off the gas valve, and figured out that I had to drain the tank first.

This is yesterday, Sun., so not much was open, least of all a hardware store, where I could get a gas can. A good samaritan passing thru, offered me an old 5 Gal. gas can to drain the tank.

I had almost filled the tank to the top, with diesel, so I figured I would be there (beside the pump) for a while emptying the tank.

After draining the tank (resevoir included), I pushed the bike w/trailer, up to the next gas pump, and filled her up. I went in and paid for both diesel and gas,, and then started the bike with fingers crossed, rode it away 25', from the pump and let it idle for 10 mins. It didn't sputter or anything, so off I went. NP all the way home :) .

If it wasn't for the Good samaritan, I would have went inside, paid and rode off (but not far), with diesel in the tank. whew_zpsfed97d97.gif

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I have just had some really good news,after months of chemo and all the other things,my daughter had to go through,they say my daughters cancer is in remission.They do not know much about how long it will last or anything else,as very few people of my Suzannes age get this type of cancer,usually people get it in their 70's.

There is no cure,but hopefully it stays away a long time,Suzanne has to go back for more dialysis,to harvest more stem cells in case it reoccurs,as they didn't get enough to bank it first time.

This is such a relief,every thing else seems,like nothing now,this has been the worst time of my life.

Another piece of news my oldest grandaughter is getting married next year,in December,she is contrary didn't want a summer wedding because most people get married in the summer,like Grandma like grandaughter,both my weddings have been in the winter.

So now I should be able to get back to normal,and really enjoy things again.

GO HABS GO :wub::wub: :wub: :wub::wub:

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I have just had some really good news,after months of chemo and all the other things,my daughter had to go through,they say my daughters cancer is in remission.They do not know much about how long it will last or anything else,as very few people of my Suzannes age get this type of cancer,usually people get it in their 70's.

There is no cure,but hopefully it stays away a long time,Suzanne has to go back for more dialysis,to harvest more stem cells in case it reoccurs,as they didn't get enough to bank it first time.

This is such a relief,every thing else seems,like nothing now,this has been the worst time of my life.

Another piece of news my oldest grandaughter is getting married next year,in December,she is contrary didn't want a summer wedding because most people get married in the summer,like Grandma like grandaughter,both my weddings have been in the winter.

So now I should be able to get back to normal,and really enjoy things again.

GO HABS GO :wub::wub: :wub: :wub::wub:

Sounds like you were having a tough time, Maddie, but now the news is good. Glad to hear about the remission :) .

Congrats on your G-daughter's wedding. Maybe late next year you'll be telling us about you becoming a G-G-grandmom :o:P .

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maddienmike, on 24 Aug 2013 - 10:39, said:snapback.png

I have just had some really good news,after months of chemo and all the other things,my daughter had to go through,they say my daughters cancer is in remission.They do not know much about how long it will last or anything else,as very few people of my Suzannes age get this type of cancer,usually people get it in their 70's.

There is no cure,but hopefully it stays away a long time,Suzanne has to go back for more dialysis,to harvest more stem cells in case it reoccurs,as they didn't get enough to bank it first time.

This is such a relief,every thing else seems,like nothing now,this has been the worst time of my life.

Another piece of news my oldest grandaughter is getting married next year,in December,she is contrary didn't want a summer wedding because most people get married in the summer,like Grandma like grandaughter,both my weddings have been in the winter.

So now I should be able to get back to normal,and really enjoy things again.

GO HABS GO :wub::wub::wub::wub::wub:

Sounds like you were having a tough time, Maddie, but now the news is good. Glad to hear about the remission :) .

Congrats on your G-daughter's wedding. Maybe late next year you'll be telling us about you becoming a G-G-grandmom :o:P .

Always, great to have good news, and remission is always, good news. My wife after thyroid removal and other cancer scares is also in remission. So I am elated and happy for you also, All the best.

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I drove out to galena Illinois which was home to U S Grant, general of the union army and president of the united states.

its really amazing how second class grant is in Illinois when you consider that Lincoln was a profligate spender bankrupting the system, made horrible political decisions based on his idea that people actually understood what he said when in fact he could go on for four hours without him saying anything that one could take home as a quote, that he married a woman he didn't love to satisfy his ambition, that his career in law was insincere, that he told jokes that weren't funny, that he raised his children badly, that he wasn't honest as postmaster in Illinois and I suppose other things which I care not to mention.

but that's what we do....

really I should say that's what they do. unfortunately I live here. comfortably. :P

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as a follow up to my previous post i'm going to mention that I just found out a close friend of mine is related to general McClellan who ran against Lincoln.

as a follow up to my last SENTENCE i'm going to mention that this close friend of mine is gorgeous.

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as a follow up to my previous post i'm going to mention that I just found out a close friend of mine is related to general McClellan who ran against Lincoln.

as a follow up to my last SENTENCE i'm going to mention that this close friend of mine is gorgeous.

As a follow-up to your last post, How close to you is your gorgeous friend? :P

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C'mon, archey,,,answer the question. :P ,,,, or do I already know the answer?

she's very close.

when I tell her the family story about Oregon....if she understands it we're married for the duration......that close...

the English quit trying to hold on to Oregon in 1846. ended the revolution really.....but that's a story for another day.

thanks for asking!!!!!!!!! :D:P

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i found out its pretty hard to win a civil war north versus south in the usa if Illinois has to invade Kentucky.

I know FS studies this question on an hourly basis, but for the rest of us just let it be said..........whiskey. :)

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Posted Yesterday, 10:52 PM

i found out its pretty hard to win a civil war north versus south in the usa if Illinois has to invade Kentucky.

I know FS studies this question on an hourly basis, but for the rest of us just let it be said..........whiskey. :)

I was introduced to Jack Daniels :rolleyes: -_-

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Went on to a random chat were I live, and seen these comments:

C'mon, just show a little patience - the leafs will eventually have their usual view, on the outside looking in. Full season you know.
wow 6 games in and your first whoo hoo, talk to us after 82 games. Leafs haven't made post season in a 82 game season in 7 yrs. ole ole ole
Price was the difference. He played like he's capable of leading team Canada in Sochi, just needs a bit more consistency.
With a little tweaking habs will be just fine. Playoff bound
The big change I see in Price is that he's not overplaying his first save, that last few game he's played you can really see that he's in good position for the second stop and he's not playing himself out of the net. Small changes make all the difference!
Luongo from hamhuis and garrison. Canucks inventing new ways to embarrass themselves.
Oh well.... Luongo won't be inviting Hamhuis for Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow.
Price got the early Halloween treat and Luongo left with with a rotton egg trick (by his own team-mate!!) hahaha
I caught only glimpses of the Habs so far this year due to the work schedule, Usually don't like to bash a guy but man Briere looks lost, Impressed with Bourque, the two kids, and Eller what can you say about what he has become? wow..Im hoping Briere gets something going, he is a playoff guy,
Truth be told, I hate the ole chant but have to admit it was sweet to hear at ALL 3 road games- habs fans are EVERYWHERE - I had some relatives at last night's game. Good on Gorges getting one with his grandmother in the house!
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