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Old 05-13-2013, 01:56 AM   #25081
I want either less corruption or more opportunity to participate in it.
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Partially.. Its my B-day too....

(Yeah, I was born on mother's day....)
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I lost my mom long ago, but she never wanted me to look back. Live for the day!
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Drove by Jerry Garcia's old stomping grounds of Lompico this afternoon. Janis Joplin also spent some time there, though I never met either of them. My next door neighbors used to have parties back in the day and sometimes Garcia would show up and jam with whomever happened to be there (though it would not have been me).

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I cooked baked beans for the guy- organized mothers day dinner. I made them from dry beans, white and red, and whipped up a homemade sauce. They were a hit, but, the gas. It's relentless.

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You'd think that when it's known amongst your coworkers that you bring your kid to work in the morning, they would kinda have the sense to leave the stuff like the lucky charms and kiddie yogurt cups alone. I guess not. That's okay though, I made a very strongly worded sign.

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You'd think that when it's known amongst your coworkers that you bring your kid to work in the morning, they would kinda have the sense to leave the stuff like the lucky charms and kiddie yogurt cups alone. I guess not. That's okay though, I made a very strongly worded sign.
You're co-workers ate your son's food? Sheesh!!
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You're co-workers ate your son's food? Sheesh!!
Yeah, you would think a bunch of grown assed men, all who have kids of their own, could put two and two together. When there's a kid around every morning, plus fruity pebbles, lucky charms, yogurts and sprinkles... Hmmm... Wonder who that could be for?

I just bought that stuff Friday. It's ALL gone. never mind the fact that it's just messed up to eat it all and not replace it.

Oh well. Proper signage better cute that ****. Besides, since they don't wash the damn dishes I got from goodwill after they use them, I'll just take that **** home, even though I bought them for use at the office.
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Okay, changing course.

I'm driving along, doing my rounds, and hear this shrieking. I stop as something enters my field of view from the right...
It's a woman dressed in a "wicked witch" from the wizard of oz costume. Complete with green makeup. On a broom. She ran into the street and began to run in circles.
Then she took off. I looked to the right again because of more racket coming, and here come two guys on stick ponies, wearing bikini briefs, with Santa beards and bellies, wearing boots and hats, chasing her, replete with "cowboy hollers" like you hear in cattle drive movies. They cross the street in front of me, closely followed by a black midget in a purple tophat and feather boa driving a shriner car, towing a radioflyer red wagon with a load of chihuahuas.

You can't make this **** up.

It brings to mind a couple of questions.
Are the Duck Commanders involved somehow?
Or... Is there a hidden camera somewhere, and this is some twisted version of "The Truman Show"?
Or... Am I freaking hallucinating? There were a few people on the sidewalk. A couple of them stopped and watched, the others paid no attention at all. If I'm hallucinating, did I hallucinate the other spectators too?

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Okay, changing course.

I'm driving along, doing my rounds, and hear this shrieking. I stop as something enters my field of view from the right...
It's a woman dressed in a "wicked witch" from the wizard of oz costume. Complete with green makeup. On a broom. She ran into the street and began to run in circles.
Then she took off. I looked to the right again because of more racket coming, and here come two guys on stick ponies, wearing bikini briefs, with Santa beards and bellies, wearing boots and hats, chasing her, replete with "cowboy hollers" like you hear in cattle drive movies. They cross the street in front of me, closely followed by a black midget in a purple tophat and feather boa driving a shriner car, towing a radioflyer red wagon with a load of chihuahuas.

You can't make this **** up.

It brings to mind a couple of questions.
Are the Duck Commanders involved somehow?
Or... Is there a hidden camera somewhere, and this is some twisted version of "The Truman Show"?
Or... Am I freaking hallucinating? There were a few people on the sidewalk. A couple of them stopped and watched, the others paid no attention at all. If I'm hallucinating, did I hallucinate the other spectators too?
Dude, I think that gas got to you!!
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Feeling better today Trez?
Yeah, Thanks...
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