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    Originally posted by souldog



    With every post it becomes more and more clear that you are indeed a bleeding heart....
    Sometimes even grown men are forced to watch the wonderful world of disney...I'm still praying for the switch from rawlings to tolkien...

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    Boring.
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    Bore^ing

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    I just watched that art house classic film "The Amazing Dobermans" staring Fred Astaire and Barbara Eden. It doesn't get any better than this.
    Verere testudinem! (Fear the turtle)

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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman
    I just watched that art house classic film "The Amazing Dobermans" staring Fred Astaire and Barbara Eden. It doesn't get any better than this.
    Better as in good or better as in more boring?
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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman
    I just watched that art house classic film "The Amazing Dobermans" staring Fred Astaire and Barbara Eden. It doesn't get any better than this.
    Watch Doctor Zhivago frame by frame.

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    Don't forget to set your clocks you cowboy hat wearing, freedom fry munching kiddies...unless you live in a facist state or territory, I never did get that little part of indiana...can anyone explain that? I forget, it's in the area of bloomington right? Ohh the horror, I've suppressed those memories, doc help me...

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    From 2am to 3am tonight will probably be the most boring of all hours ever... I hear all the tv stations aren't even broadcasting anything at that time (Because of daylight savings time, you idiot)
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    Originally posted by Mick_2002
    Don't forget to set your clocks you cowboy hat wearing, freedom fry munching kiddies...unless you live in a facist state or territory, I never did get that little part of indiana...can anyone explain that? I forget, it's in the area of bloomington right? Ohh the horror, I've suppressed those memories, doc help me...
    Do you have some connection to Bloomington, IN Mick?

    My Dad, Mom, Brother and Sister all went to IU.

    I thought Gary was the part of Indiana that didn't switch over.
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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman
    Do you have some connection to Bloomington, IN Mick?
    My Dad, Mom, Brother and Sister all went to IU.
    I thought Gary was the part of Indiana that didn't switch over.
    Heh got pulled over once in indiana Anyways, nah, but I worked for a certain company not to be named, where ever year, we dreaded two things, spring forward and fall back. And while I know the origins of daylight savings...I never did figure out why this small little part of indiana didn't observe it.

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    A picture of Yogi. I took this on my balcony this morning.

    Note the gross disgusting ice left over from this weekends ice storm.
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    A picture of Mrs. Scarface. This was also taken on the balcony this morning. Once again observe the ice left over from this weekend's ice storm. It is April isn't it?
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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman
    A picture of Mrs. Scarface. This was also taken on the balcony this morning. Once again observe the ice left over from this weekend's ice storm. It is April isn't it?
    Cute suckers...heh I could never do that, keep squirrels on my balcony...I'd just have this strange urge to feed them beer or something. Next thing you know, you got a bunch of drunk squirrels trashing the place.

    PS: It was in the 70's here, but it's only gonna be 50 today

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    Originally posted by Mick_2002


    Heh got pulled over once in indiana Anyways, nah, but I worked for a certain company not to be named, where ever year, we dreaded two things, spring forward and fall back. And while I know the origins of daylight savings...I never did figure out why this small little part of indiana didn't observe it.
    Ok so it's actually the reverse, most of indiana doesn't observe daylight savings, and only certain northwest, southwest and southeast counties do.

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    Originally posted by Mick_2002
    PS: It was in the 70's here, but it's only gonna be 50 today
    Yeah I'm still waiting for it to hit a constant spring-like temperature.

    How about this for a new thread called "The Weather Thread": the Californians describe the weather during the day, and you and me can read it so we know what the weather will be here two days later. Sound like a good idea?

    And perhaps Tom in Michigan can confirm what the Californians say so we know it's still headed on track or if it has turned too far north or south... it's a perfect system!
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