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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Politics Test

I am a

Social Liberal
(76% permissive)

and an...

Economic Conservative
(80% permissive)

I am best described as a:


Link: The Politics Test on Ok Cupid

I'm Back !!

Link courtesy of Karmic Dragonfly and Indigo Orion

Durn - not the anarchist, ooooh so close.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Now you see me...

Remember the TV Show Soap. The father would walk around and snap his fingers and "think" himself invisible.
I won't be invisible but I will be out of the blogosphere till next Monday or so. I'll be out of town. Well sort of for some of it. While I'll be in town till Friday because I still have to work and all but I won't be staying at my house. I'm helping some friends out watching their house and dogs. Then I'm full gone for the weekend. I won't have access to my computer. Have a great week and a better weekend.
Kelly, I trust your party will be excellent and I apologize for bailing. Enjoy the festivigays. Take plenty of pics and maybe you can insert my head into the middle of a shot or two.
*Snap* *Snap*

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Weekend Update

Last week Wall Street was in turmoil. On Thursday and Friday, part (rather all) of my job was to handhold one OCD customer that needed consoling that his retirement funds were safe. And when I say handhold, I mean... couldn't get off the phone with, constantly had to call him back from all the messages he left me, answer all his financial questions and the like. Granted he has reason to be concerned given his personal issues, but it was bothersome to the point that I was not able to get my own work accomplished. So be it.
Friday night I visited friend Melissa at her home as she recovered from her surgery. She was feeling no pain now that she actually had medication she could give herself. I'm just dumbfounded that her nurses were so uncaring and would not believe or help her. Infuriated is more like it. And I have written a letter to the St. Mary's Chair expressing my dissatisfaction. I'm surprisingly nice in my letter.
Saturday, I was due at a friends house-warming party at 3pm. I fell asleep. I showed up as the party was ending. Which was fine with them because we got to hang and just relax and fire up some Buffalo Hotdogs at 10:30 pm. HA that sounds like I slept until 10pm. I actually arrived at their party at 8pm. But that does equate to a 3+ hour nappy nap. And I have now missed two episodes of Saturday Night Live. I never miss SNL, never.
Someone mowed my lawn for me. I just mowed it last week but it was already needing a shave. I figure one of the two neighbors mowed it for me since I got their back last time. Unless Kelly snuck over here and did it half nekid. That might explain the grass not being bagged.
I'm off now to watch Bette Midler in The Rose. Laziness on a overcast sunny Sunday.

Thursday, September 18, 2008


Don't worry, all will return to normal. The rich will get richer when all is said and done. Weeeee - but enjoy the ride while it lasts!
Financial happenings like what we have right now keep me in job security.
Okay, so I might be trying to stretch my pollyanna just a tad. What's wrong with looking on the bright side?

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Juuuust Perfect

Or NOT !!!

Friend Wayne helped me keep my penis in my pants today.
Read it again just for affect, because that's funny shit.
I am positive that all was well with me right about 1:30pm. It's anybody's guess beyond that point up until when I was certain that I had a problem. Before leaving work at 5:00pm (which I never do) I realized that I had to make use of the restroom. At which point I realized that the ease of getting to my zipper was a bit too easy. Holy hello my friend, my zipper had untoothed itself. I have no idea how long it had been that way.
All I knew was that I needed to take care of business, get to Wayne's house and head to the hospital to be with Melissa. So first things first, then I washed my hands. A bit self-conscious I proceeded out of the building to non-chalantly have an impromptu meeting with Sheena Queen of the Jungle, with whom I had a zipper chuckle. Then off to Wayne. Walking up to his townhouse I had to pass several others. And of course the Asian family was just getting out of their car and the new couple a few doors down. *is it obvious, I'm not sure* But I walk confidently like there is nothing wrong. Phew! Wayne's house and off the pants go for me to check the zipper. Yep, totally unfixable. I know I mentioned I had to get to the hospital where other (many) people would be. So Wayne and I did the safety pin fix. Fine... it worked but you know I kept checking to make sure it was still working. And I also needed to constantly make sure the "pins" stayed pinned, lest I stab the boys. But then, I was heading to the most convenient of places were an accident like that happen. All went well. Then Wayne made me endure dinner out at the Regency Mall food court for some Chinese cuisine. Wonderful.
Update on Melissa: Hospitals Suck! (sorry Karen, but they do or least can, and they did, have and are sucking). If you had your guts ripped open and your innards taken out, would you want plenty of pain medications to accommodate... well... THE PAIN!!! I would think so. Well, after Mel was taken to her room, the pain was unbearable and she and her mother (a nurse) determined that no pain med was getting to her due to a faulty pump. Do you think that immediate attention would be taken or at least oral meds given to tide the situation over? NO... it took her mother bitching and Melissa screaming to get a new pump which showed up an hour later. It's a friggin Hospital, how long could it possible take to get a working pump? Well apparently that entire hour and even then the extra time it took for the meds to take effect. Which didn't really help much, because I'm sure Mel's anxiety was kicking in and not letting the meds work right. She was up all night, awake and in pain. I did say that she had been sliced open to have her innards REMOVED, didn't I. Well by morning Mel... wonderful sweet Melissa, had turned into a raving lunatic. And what's more. The replacement pump that was to give her meds, stopped working and she wasn't getting any meds and the wonderful nurses didn't believe her or her mother. More unnecessary medical drama. So several hours later, they figure it out and get it fixed. Oh and they made her walk this morning. All PAIN and no MEDS. Ya know, I think I would have had to slap someone. Karen maybe you can lend us your New Nurse for that exercise. I can't say that I would be up and walking after being ripped open to tear out a boatload of cancer, but that's me. But she made it and she's been given something to make her "nicer." Seems to me the nurses need a bit of that themselves.
When we left, I told friend Wayne that doctors and nurses should be required to be ripped open and treated by the hospitals they intend to work at, in order to pass their boards or whatever it's called to practice. That way they would truly understand pain WITHOUT MEDS. Shitty care like that pisses me off.
So now I hate two Hospitals: Henrico Doctors for my experience and St. Mary's for Mel's. I feel another boycott coming on.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Thank You Jesus.

I think this is a good representation of my emotions today; colorful yet jagged. Yet not jagged enough to really hurt.
  1. I woke up eager to take on the day, but I was worried.
  2. I got to work and started yawning, and I was still worried.
  3. A relative newbie at work pointed out a rather simple concept that was eluding me. I felt stupid, educated and still worried.
  4. I tried to call a friend that I was worried about and didn't connect, and I worried.
  5. I went for a smoke and worried some more.
  6. I attended a mandatory meeting and contemplated my worriness some more and didn't hear a word our Leader had to say about the economy and it's relative non-impact to our company.
  7. I attended a fun company sponsored walk through of an internal process that a/effects our performance, health and also it's release to external vendors. and I worried.
  8. I connected with the source I was worried about on the phone and I felt better, but concerned. We hung up and then the worry set in again.
  9. At 3:30pm I received a call from her mother that her operation went well and all the cancer was removed successfully. I will visit her tomorrow night since she would have been too drugged up to talk this evening. I have two sisters and she might as well be a third, because I was really unnerved today more than I thought I would be. She's had so many health problems and this was just another awful blow and could have gone terribly wrong. I love you mel.
  10. I went to dinner with friend Wayne. I took him to the Red Lobster because I was jones'in and because I had an ulterior motive. I am worried about him as well. You will recall he was terminated from that clothing store for men that I adamantly request you all boycot. He's not the motivated/ing kind. He's not found another job. So, tonight was a kick in the ass - buy him dinner - and have the "I'm your friend, stop being a fuck" talk. He loved that frickin' company. Way more than he should have. But he needs ME to kick him in the ass to get a groove on. And I'm just the pain in the ass to do it.
I think the Solomonster knew I was stressing a tad. When I got home, he made sure I had his Uncle Wayne milk bones in hand, but he got up on the couch and didn't tear into them. He started licking my face instead, to let me know that all was well... and it is. Thank you Solly, I love you too.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Back up to the weekend

Thomas what did you do this weekend?
  1. I bought a Dora the Explorer hoodie sweatshirt. It was just to cute to pass up. But I gave it to a 2 year old beauty that is a bigger fan.
  2. I went to her birthday celebration on a beautiful Saturday afternoon to watch her parade around as the most important person on the planet in a bright yellow dress.
  3. I'll secretly admit to the IKEA Swedish meatballs being a particular highlight. (urp!)
  4. Sunday I spent the early part of the day reading the paper and tending to domestic god duties.
  5. In the afternoon I headed over to Bon Air to visit with a chunk of my "Core" friends.
  6. Of course, one friend flamed in on the late side and tried to be the center of attention. I wasn't having that and loved trying to burst his bubble when the opportunity provided the best impact.
  7. His partner was, well... try as he might, he was boring.
  8. We had perfection grilled steaks and the host promptly bit down and broke a tooth on some gristle. And today that host has 7, count them 7 new holes in his head. Not just one tooth needed to come out, but 6 of it's brothers. Just in time to look fashionable for the sexy Las Vegas crowd he's about to rub shoulders with. But right now, he's suffering and spinning from drugs. Lucky bastard. I mean poor dear.
  9. My Monday was constantly interrupted by other people's issues. But I was not to undone by those matters. I was still running on the wonderful fumes of Friday's Fantastic news. One of my co-bitches, gee I did it again... co-workers has accepted a job a decent distance from me. I am elated. Now, if I can find a way to get rid of the (s)motherer, all would be perfect. But I think she on the verge of working her own way out. *dear jesus...*
Hello Tuesday...

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Ancient Resources

Music Outfitters
You've been tagged.

Your mission is to go to the Music Outfitter link and scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the year you graduated from high school. Bold the songs that were your favorites. RED Color the text of the ones you hate, and do nothing to the song's you don't remember or have an opinion about. And be very glad the bad hair days like above are beyond us for the most part.

Top 100 Hits of 1984/Top 100 Songs of 1984

1. When Doves Cry, Prince
2. What's Love Got To Do With It, Tina Turner
3. Say Say Say, Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson
4. Footloose, Kenny Loggins
5. Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now), Phil Collins
6. Jump, Van Halen
7. Hello, Lionel Richie
8. Owner Of A Lonely Heart, Yes
9. Ghostbusters, Ray Parker Jr.
10. Karma Chameleon, Culture Club
11. Missing You, John Waite
12. All Night Long (All Night), Lionel Richie
13. Let's Hear It For The Boy, Deniece Williams
14. Dancing In The Dark, Bruce Springsteen
15. Girls Just Want To Have Fun, Cyndi Lauper
16. The Reflex, Duran Duran
17. Time After Time, Cyndi Lauper
18. Jump (For My Love), Pointer Sisters
19. Talking In Your Sleep, Romantics
20. Self Control, Laura Branigan
21. Let's Go Crazy, Prince and The Revolution
22. Say It Isn't So, Daryl Hall and John Oates
23. Hold Me Now, Thompson Twins
24. Joanna, Kool and The Gang
25. I Just Called To Say I Love You, Stevie Wonder
26. Somebody's Watching Me, Rockwell
27. Break My Stride, Matthew Wilder
28. 99 Luftballons, Nena
29. I Can Dream About You, Dan Hartman
30. The Glamorous Life, Sheila E.
31. Oh Sherrie, Steve Perry
32. Stuck On You, Lionel Richie
33. I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues, Elton John
34. She Bop, Cyndi Lauper
35. Borderline, Madonna
36. Sunglasses At Night, Corey Hart
37. Eyes Without A Face, Billy Idol
38. Here Comes The Rain Again, Eurythmics
39. Uptown Girl, Billy Joel
40. Sister Christian, Night Ranger
41. Drive, Cars
42. Twist Of Fate, Olivia Newton-John
43. Union Of The Snake, Duran Duran
44. The Heart Of Rock 'N' Roll, Huey Lewis and The News
45. Hard Habit To Break, Chicago
46. The Warrior, Scandal
47. If Ever You're In My Arms Again, Peabo Bryson
48. Automatic, Pointer Sisters
49. Let The Music Play, Shannon
50. To All The Girls I've Loved Before, Julio Iglesias and Willie Nelson
51. Caribbean Queen, Billy Ocean
52. That's All, Genesis
53. Running With The Night, Lionel Richie
54. Sad Songs (Say So Much), Elton John
55. I Want A New Drug, Huey Lewis and The News
56. Islands In The Stream, Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton
57. Love Is A Battlefield, Pat Benatar
58. Infatuation, Rod Stewart
59. Almost Paradise, Mike Reno and Ann Wilson
60. Legs, ZZ Top
61. State Of Shock, Jacksons
62. Love Somebody, Rick Springfield
63. Miss Me Blind, Culture Club
64. If This Is It, Huey Lewis and The News
65. You Might Think, Cars
66. Lucky Star, Madonna
67. Cover Me, Bruce Springsteen
68. Cum On Feel The Noize, Quiet Riot
69. Breakdance, Irene Cara
70. Adult Education, Daryl Hall and John Oates
71. They Don't Know, Tracy Ullman
72. An Innocent Man, Billy Joel
73. Cruel Summer, Bananarama
74. Dance Hall Days, Wang Chung
75. Give It Up, K.C.
76. I'm So Excited, Pointer Sisters
77. I Still Can't Get Over Loving You, Ray Parker Jr.
78. Thriller, Michael Jackson
79. Holiday, Madonna
80. Breakin'... There's No Stopping Us, Ollie And Jerry
81. Nobody Told Me, John Lennon
82. Church Of The Poison Mind, Culture Club
83. Think Of Laura, Christopher Cross
84. Time Will Reveal, Debarge
85. Wrapped Around Your Finger, Police
86. Pink Houses, John Cougar Mellencamp
87. Round And Round, Ratt
88. Head Over Heels, Go-Go's
89. The Longest Time, Billy Joel
90. Tonight, Kool and The Gang
91. Got A Hold On Me, Christine McVie
92. Dancing In The Sheets, Shalamar
93. Undercover Of The Night, Rolling Stones
94. On The Dark Side, John Cafferty and The Beaver Brown Band
95. New Moon On Monday, Duran Duran
96. Major Tom (Coming Home), Peter Schilling
97. Magic, Cars
98. When You Close Your Eyes, Night Ranger
99. Rock Me Tonite, Billy Squier
100. Yah Mo B There, James Ingram and Michael McDonald

Friday, September 12, 2008


I Would Be Voted Biggest Flirt

In school, I couldn't help but scope the halls for hotties. Oh and I did!!

I was well known for flirting and changing sweeties quicker than my underwear. Is this bot, part of FBI profiling?

And while I did break some hearts, no one really held that against me. Except this one psycho chic named Lisa, that insisted on calling me by a name that was not mine.

I was so charming, no one could be mad at me for long!
Well Mr. Devane could hold a grudge, but he was an asshole anyhow.


Weeeee, now that I'm smarter I can take on the world with my new skills. I can analyze and initiate change. I can do fancy graphs to motivate my teammates and incite gleeful smiles. My knowledge and new skills can be used for the good of the team and will be eagerly embraced. A new hero has been born in the eyes of the women I work with. The respect I have been working so hard to achieve will be instantaneous as I walk in the door this morning. Tackling the issues of complainers will now be a cinch to resolve. Everyone will be happy even though it's not a payday.
Wake up Thomas! Just be glad you can make a toilet flush. Because you're having that kind of "urgent" morning.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

I am the Grasshoppah

The first day of training was fun. Thank goodness for the prep-work CD they give you, otherwise I would be feeling mighty stupid. Well not stupid, but in serious need of more brain power. But I'm kool so far. Everyone in the class is alert and contributes. It really bothers me to go to classes and no one interacts. This class is involved and not in a chatty way. The class got out at 4pm and I'd considered heading back to work to get in some email catch up time. But decided against that since I knew I'd be sucked into someone else's work. I had worked until 8pm the night before, so I figured I had some comp-time I could burn; and we're being discouraged from overtime hours at the moment. I got home and it wasn't raining. I was thrilled because that meant I could finally mow my yard. I was so jazzed about getting it done that I mowed the front yards of two of my neighbors. Now I need to find time to edge the trim areas. That's looking funky now too. Susan Powter - STOP the insanity. Everyone have a fantastic Thursday. Special shout out HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Margaret May - She's 2 today.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

I'm learn'in

I'm in training today and tomorrow. I've been looking forward to this class for some time now. I am wanting to build on my project management skills, so this should be fun.
Funner still, I'll actually get out from work on time. I was at work at 8:00am yesterday and wasn't able to leave until 8:00pm.
I hope they can manage without me.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Go, Thomas Go!

Wake Up, get out of bed!
Wake Up, you sleepy head!
... must motivate... erggg...

Saturday, September 6, 2008


I think it sort of strange how cloudy rainy sloppy wet weather can just drain your energy and all other motivating thoughts from your mind. I think it's strange how this weather can make sleeping in feel so much better and rewarding. It's even more strange how much I took advantage of sleeping today when I really had thoughts do to otherwise. I think it's strange how this writing has a rather circular motif or vicious cycle about it.
It's also strange how my dog solomon would rather be outside hiding in his access space under the florida room in this dank weather, when he can be all cozy inside with me. For most of his life he was an indoor doggie. But when I moved to this house I bought, he has a yard all to himself that he has grown to like. He patrols it well and stares down any strangers he is not familiar with. He barks at the rogue dogs that pass by, telling them either "come here and play with me" or "stay on that side of the road you bitch, I'm the Mac Doggie of this hood and you best stay away if you know what's good for you." Considering the neighborhood, I prefer the later.
I watched a strange movie last night, that I strongly suggest Jadielady to stay away from. It was nothing like "The Others" that I have been telling her to watch. After I was finished, I was a bit relieved it had ended and thoroughly enjoyed it. But I could not help but feel that I'd much rather live in a world of "Willie Wonka" or "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" (which I know won't happen) than a world of "I am Legend" that I know has the potential of happening. Man that gave me the creeps that lasted well after the movie.
I had a conversation with a colleague at work yesterday that struck me as strange. She was speaking about one of her co-workers in a less that positive fashion, which is all well and good, because she just wanted to vent. But she was having difficulty with the co-worker over a trait that she herself possesses. And in true fashion I pointed that out to her at the end of listening to all she had to say. She stared at me in disbelief. I think it's the first time someone had pointed it out to her. So I gave her examples and she wasn't so thrilled to learn what I shared. I just laughed and told her it was okay. I still like her anyway. *but I don't care for her co-worker either* >giggle<
I got a strange wild hair when I walked into WalGreen's last night after work. I saw that same girl that weren't be spek'n engish to goodly. I had to purchase a birthday card for my sister that lives in California. Her world is never quite right if her birthday is not acknowledged. I got up to the check-out line and looked the girl square in the eye and said "How's e'ertang goin 'day?" She just looked at me strangely and rang up my card. I don't think she got it.
Life is strange... make it work for you!

Friday, September 5, 2008

I Soooo Am NOT !!!

I am the Daughter

I am very keyed in to emotions. Okay, that's true.

I care deeply and I am quick to forgive others. This very much depends on the issue and the person.

I often get lost in my own thoughts and daydreams. Get out of my head 'bot.

I find it difficult to stay focused. Depends on the "what."

At my best, I am sweet, sensitive, and innocent. Yeah, no!

I bring joy to people's lives. ... and Pain

I am open and expressive. In a take me as I am sort of way, sure.

I love sharing my optimistic, dreamy vision of the world. Indeed I do, and I visualize you all nekid.

At my worst, I feel powerless and like a victim. No, at my worst, I'm naughty and offensive without a care for your opinion.

My fear can paralyze me. Naw, I just squish it with my shoe.

I tend to complain and whine. Hell, if the people I help through my job can complain and whine as much as they do, I figure I can too.

Whether my complaints are legitimate or not, I'm not one to solve my own problems. If I burn the bridge, I own it!

Wednesday, September 3, 2008


Well, now is as good a time as any. I had a Bigfoot encounter. I was out on the western part of Richmond, Virginia; way out in the country. I was visiting friends on their copious acreage and it was late at night. I had slipped outside for a smoke and walked into the back yard, out quite a way. I was enjoying my smoke in the cool breeze watching the stars in the sky, so bright because I was far from the city lights.
Not long into my little walk I realized that I wasn't alone and could hear panting and heard the sound from different angles down around me. I realized at that moment I had been surrounded by wolves or wild dogs, and I was gonna be dinner. So you can imagine that my heart got to pounding and that I was rather scared. Right when I could sense one of the wolves was going to lunge, I heard a high pitched yelp, yelp, thud, yelp...
And suddenly I was being picked up by my side like I was folder under a business mans arm. I was being carried away and we picked up speed heading back to the house. Ever been picked up like a rag doll and run top speed, flopping all over the place not being able to balance yourself? It's a rather disconcerting feeling and I didn't have a clue what was going on. Just as quickly as I was picked up, I was set to rest on the back porch of my friends deck. Trying to catch my breath, I looked up to see a tall dark figure look at me and turn away and run into the darkness.
Holy crap, I had just been saved by Bigfoot. There could be no other explanation!
Then I woke up. True story, true dream!

Tuesday, September 2, 2008


I'll have to admit that when my colleague at work, Donna, told me about Alien Abduction Insurance, I was skeptical at best. She had introduced the concept jokingly at the Toastmasters meetings she attends. So I wasn't really taking her seriously. But she sent me some information about it and it made me chuckle.
Could there really be Alien Abduction Insurance and who on earth would be underwriting it? Well Lloyd's of London, that's who! You might want to Google the topic. There's a good bit of stuff out there, but I have NOT run across an actual claim being paid. Donna says there have been claims paid. Maybe I need to search some more.
For $150 a year and $1.5mil in coverage, you can be insured for some pretty crazy stuff.
If you have reason to believe that you are about to be abducted by aliens, or someday could be abducted by aliens, this is the option for you. Just make sure you bring along your digital camera or picture cell phone to "capture" the proof. Otherwise, you might find the government doing the probing, post abduction.
So this brings me to a few questions that I have: (Aliens = Extra-terrestrials)
  • Do you believe in alien life?
  • Do you believe that aliens have visited Earth?
  • Do you believe that aliens live among us?
  • Have you ever been abducted by aliens?
  • Do you think you might be abducted by aliens at some point in your life?
My answers: Yes - Yes - Yes - Not to my knowledge - I could be, and that would so kewl!!
Share any thoughts you may have on the topic.
Let me know if you have purchased Alien Abduction Insurance.
I'm outta heerrrrrrrrre....

Monday, September 1, 2008

The Recluse Returns

Okay, so I take a few vacation days and the world gets all sexy, crazy nuts. I've been feeling a bit reclusive on a major Rip Van Winkle scale. Not sure if it was all the Olympics that I was watching late into the evenings or if it was me just flexing my grumpus; but I am back and I have a few things to say:
  1. Sleep is not over rated.
  2. Batman - Dark Knight was magnificent. I especially liked the disappearing pencil scene and really enjoyed the hospital scene with the joker-ess.
  3. The husband to Sheena Queen of the Jungle is really a warped and funny man. I tend to think of people in cartoonish images and I haven't found his companion yet.
  4. I love the Pussycat Dolls and currently enjoying "When I grow up" but I don't want boobies.
  5. Politics are gearing up/on the downward slope (pick your poison) so you might as well know I'm a NObama fan.
  6. Sarah Palin - wow, give that man a pacemaker. But it still doesn't make me want to vote for the other team.
  7. I'm a registered Republican. That really means squat to me. I'm more of a Republicrat or a Demopublican or maybe even a Grelibpubcrat. I just AM. I have my preferences, sort of like preferring raw beets over cooked unless it's cooked beets with vinegar. And I tend to like cooked spinach the same way.
  8. I felt the need to spend. so rather than spend BIG, I went to Big-Lots and purchased two things I had been wanting. I bought a new comforter for me ($20 Queen) and for my Solomonster I bought a new doggie bed. We love them.
  9. A major coup occured at the Grub Kitty today. The confirmed bachelor in me desperately needed sustenance in the homestead. Some major shopping occurred. My final total came to $129.04. But I saved $97.69 in coupons. I came so very close to breaking the $100 mark. I'mma coupon MAVERICK. lest you were thinking the other word. Oh, we're going to grow to hate that word.
  10. I'm jazzed that September is here. It means that Fall is around the corner, my most favorite of seasons. I'm not much for Summer, a tad bit too hot for me. But then again, the northerner in me detests snow, so I'll deal. Sorry Marta - NOBama - NoSnowa.
  11. Oh - and thank you for supporting my Jason Lezak fascination.
  12. The Jelly Belly contest is now over as of yesterday and the results will be out soon. I'll let you know what bean is the winner. I know you're just aching with anticipation to get that tidbit of information to keep your world spinning.
  13. Welcome back Kelly and Jeff, Good-Bye Large Tony, Congratulations Married People Karen and Joanne, Welcome home Jadielady, Happy Football season Joey, call me on the iPhone sometime Breenlantern, Do your dishes CawfeeGuy, Wake up Idiot, Focus on your job and MM Indigo, Bob wear a Green Arrow T for me.
  14. MMGL is here to save the day!!! Lucky you's.