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That's excellent! But what I really want to know is whether you jumped up and down when you answered. ;)
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That's excellent! But what I really want to know is whether you jumped up and down when you answered. ;)
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Mmmmm...scotch...is there anything it can't do?
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2008 on a little celebration is in order at WWdN: In Exile
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Mmmmm...scotch...is there anything it can't do?
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2008 on a little celebration is in order at WWdN: In Exile
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That's a pretty excellent way to recycle costumes! :)
Toggle Commented Oct 29, 2007 on pimp of the dead at WWdN: In Exile
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That's a pretty excellent way to recycle costumes! :)
Toggle Commented Oct 29, 2007 on pimp of the dead at WWdN: In Exile
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Congratulations, man, that's fantastic! Is this at all related to the whole idea where people tell their single friends to relax, that they'll find love/a relationship when they're not looking for it? *nod*
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Congratulations, man, that's fantastic! Is this at all related to the whole idea where people tell their single friends to relax, that they'll find love/a relationship when they're not looking for it? *nod*
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Hell Dingo, it doesn't even take *extremely* large values of 2 really - just 2.3 and 2.2 (both of which round down to 2) add up to 4.5, which would round up to 5. On the t-shirts - my boyfriend takes up more space in the closet than I do, because he has so many flippin' t-shirts. We don't have a dresser, so it all hangs up. Lucky for our budget, he gets a huge portion of them free, from various vendors. I just wish one of them would give him a damn dresser to store them in, so I could buy some clothes for myself.
Toggle Commented Aug 29, 2007 on my awesome t-shirts at WWdN: In Exile
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Hell Dingo, it doesn't even take *extremely* large values of 2 really - just 2.3 and 2.2 (both of which round down to 2) add up to 4.5, which would round up to 5. On the t-shirts - my boyfriend takes up more space in the closet than I do, because he has so many flippin' t-shirts. We don't have a dresser, so it all hangs up. Lucky for our budget, he gets a huge portion of them free, from various vendors. I just wish one of them would give him a damn dresser to store them in, so I could buy some clothes for myself.
Toggle Commented Aug 29, 2007 on my awesome t-shirts at WWdN: In Exile
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Now, come on, we all have occasional nervous moments where the brain turns off but the mouth stays in gear. I guess was on "Today" this morning and talked about it a bit: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20473692/ There's a link to her Today interview there and she sounds way better this time. Also, apparently she came in third runner-up, so she was actually 4th place overall.
Toggle Commented Aug 28, 2007 on your daily dose of awesome at WWdN: In Exile
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Now, come on, we all have occasional nervous moments where the brain turns off but the mouth stays in gear. I guess was on "Today" this morning and talked about it a bit: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20473692/ There's a link to her Today interview there and she sounds way better this time. Also, apparently she came in third runner-up, so she was actually 4th place overall.
Toggle Commented Aug 28, 2007 on your daily dose of awesome at WWdN: In Exile
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Mmmm...math. I love math. I don't understand how people try to get through their life without it. How do they count change? How do they know they're not being overcharged? How do they know how much paint or grass seed to buy? How do they live with themselves not knowing these things?
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Mmmm...math. I love math. I don't understand how people try to get through their life without it. How do they count change? How do they know they're not being overcharged? How do they know how much paint or grass seed to buy? How do they live with themselves not knowing these things?
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Happy birthday! But really, you're not old, dude. I'm going to be 39 in a few weeks, I had a crush on you in college when my then-boyfriend introduced me to TNG (ha ha, I had a crush on Crusher...), and if I'm not old, then you can't possibly be old. I do wish people would keep their damn dogs out of my yard though. :P
Toggle Commented Jul 30, 2007 on happy birthday to me! at WWdN: In Exile
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Happy birthday! But really, you're not old, dude. I'm going to be 39 in a few weeks, I had a crush on you in college when my then-boyfriend introduced me to TNG (ha ha, I had a crush on Crusher...), and if I'm not old, then you can't possibly be old. I do wish people would keep their damn dogs out of my yard though. :P
Toggle Commented Jul 30, 2007 on happy birthday to me! at WWdN: In Exile
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Yeah, I see "Dr. Tanner ... told me that she wrote the press release...." Sweet. :)
Toggle Commented Jul 20, 2007 on It Takes One to Know One at WWdN: In Exile
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Yeah, I see "Dr. Tanner ... told me that she wrote the press release...." Sweet. :)
Toggle Commented Jul 20, 2007 on It Takes One to Know One at WWdN: In Exile
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That shirt just wins. And now I want to set up a photo just like you described, hehe.
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That shirt just wins. And now I want to set up a photo just like you described, hehe.
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Seconded on what TitanKT said - if you don't finish off every single one of those antibiotic pills in the prescribed manner, you'll kill off most of the weaker bacteria, allowing you to feel better, but stronger ones are still lurking there and now they're mutated and gotten stronger and will eventually come back to destroy Middle Ear and your ass. :P
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Seconded on what TitanKT said - if you don't finish off every single one of those antibiotic pills in the prescribed manner, you'll kill off most of the weaker bacteria, allowing you to feel better, but stronger ones are still lurking there and now they're mutated and gotten stronger and will eventually come back to destroy Middle Ear and your ass. :P
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I think I get a gold star for calling it on the Sudafed.
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I think I get a gold star for calling it on the Sudafed.
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I've had fluid backups in my ears over the last couple of years, mostly caused by allergies. Never really an infection, and my ears didn't ache, I just had the ringing, vertigo and nausea. Whee. Anyway, the doctor told me to take Sudafed for a few days - it's a decongestant, so it dries you out. I found that the one that worked the best was the 24-hour version. After about 3 days, it went away, thank goodness. I have no idea how the new Sudafed formulas work with this, I haven't had a problem with it in a while so I haven't had to try them. If you do try it and it doesn't clear up in a couple of days, go sign the paper at the pharmacist's desk and get the real Sudafed.
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