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Hey, you didn't have all of them. I had like 10, of course I wore like 4 of them at the same time because you did so that may not help your argument. ;) But I remember the Swatch phone! Mine was pink & blue and I had to have it because you spelled out your friends' names for the speed dial instead of their number. I thought that was so cool. I was such a dork. (still am but that's beside the point ;)
Toggle Commented Dec 17, 2010 on Check. And. Mate. at WWdN: In Exile
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Yep, that's pretty much my idea of the perfect afternoon. Although in my case the dog is sprawled across my chest. ;)
Toggle Commented Nov 20, 2010 on good afternoon at WWdN: In Exile
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I can't decide if you're a comedic genius or just have _way_ too much time on your hands. ;)
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Too cute! Congratulations! :)
Toggle Commented Oct 1, 2010 on Emmy June Nickerson at Nickerblog
So close and yet still so far. Too many people in my department have that weekend off so I can't put in for it. My attend convention rolls massively suck. I think I need new dice. :(
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Back To The Future, Think Geek stuff, and M&M's, some of my favorite things. No wonder I love you guys so much. ;)
You pretty much just described my own relationship with math and science. Math was never one of my strong suits, for years I needed to use a calculator just to add the simplest of numbers (oddly enough, it was gaming that finally helped me get over that. I got tired of my group giving me a hard time every time I used a calculator to figure out how much damage I did. ;). It was a miracle I passed alegbra at all, but I never had as much problem with geometry. Then my mom mentioned this to my cousin-in-law who is a junior high math teacher and she asked my mom how I did in English, which was my best subject. She said that regular math and algebra and all that is done by one side of the brain, but that geometry is handled by the same side of the brain as the arts and English. Made me feel alot better about myself. :)
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That is so freakin' awesome! I join you in the squeeing and the bouncing and will now be driving my mom up the wall when I get my DVD by playing those scenes over and over trying to figure out which Romulans are you. ;)
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See, this is why they invented stick blenders. ;) I love it when you tell these stories, especially the dog and cat talk. I've been known to translate for my Willow too, so it's nice to know I'm not the only nutter. ;)
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