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By: ycd0108 , 2:14 AM GMT on January 27, 2013

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-21185 791
Sometimes you are delayed in Frankfurt and land in Zurich, sometimes EasyJet brings you in to London Luton alive. I appreciate that in an airline. I can not praise the "crew up front" enough. After the initial run where we "bonged out" due to side winds the Captain comes on and says quite calmly: "We are going to fly around a while and go in when things calm down."
Landing was not smooth but the 737 shivered in to the dock with winds shaking the tail. The "Boys and Girls up front" probably had the brakes set well before we touched the Tarmack.

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44. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
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43. ycd0108
2:59 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Evening:
Rob:
I'm fairly confident we (the crew) have yelled and cussed and made or missed deadlines enough but we did not get it on camera.
Those were the days my friend though: muscles and joints and lungs and whatnot working well together and a noggin that could usually fathom the broad picture. The basics are unchanged. Now it comes down to muscles, joints, balance and brain function (or lack thereof).
I've still got some resources and the younguns are more than willing to help out.
What I have trouble with is delegation - I still want to be everywhere at the same time. That can not be done. Looking back I know I never could accomplish delegation of duty very well so I'm way off to the left of that learning curve even now.
Bogon:
I still don't really know where the show I'm in comes from. But
"Sometimes the light's all shinin' on me.
Other times I can barely see."
I'll post the photo of the fancy scafflding.
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42. Bogon
9:33 PM GMT on February 03, 2013
Rob, is that where all those shows come from?

Who knew?
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41. RobDaHood
5:25 PM GMT on February 03, 2013
Quoting ycd0108:
Good morning:
Rob:
I bought painted steel. Now it's just a matter of getting up there. My nephew and I got the vertical posts for the scaffold system anchored to the house and a 20' aluminium plank set on the supports. I need to go get another long plank today for the guard rail. Should have gotten some photos but I get all involved when erecting such equipment. Maybe today I'll be the "ground man" and feed materials and tools to the younger fellows on the roof. Depends on who actually shows up.
4C. and light rain showers in the forecast.

Well, you could hire a guy to film it, yell and cuss at eachother a lot, pretend that you have a deadline that you will never make, make the deadline...barely, and then sell it to the Discovery network!
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40. ycd0108
5:00 PM GMT on February 03, 2013
Good morning:
Rob:
I bought painted steel. Now it's just a matter of getting up there. My nephew and I got the vertical posts for the scaffold system anchored to the house and a 20' aluminium plank set on the supports. I need to go get another long plank today for the guard rail. Should have gotten some photos but I get all involved when erecting such equipment. Maybe today I'll be the "ground man" and feed materials and tools to the younger fellows on the roof. Depends on who actually shows up.
4C. and light rain showers in the forecast.
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39. RobDaHood
3:50 PM GMT on February 02, 2013
Replaced half of the roof here with Galv. Steel. Quick and easy and will probably last longer than me. Hoping to get the other half done before summer. Other things keep popping up and taking a higher position on "the list".
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38. ycd0108
3:36 PM GMT on February 02, 2013
Hi Ylee:
I guess I assumed you were younger than I am because you work so much. I could not keep up that sched. now.
Airport ways it's 1C. here but there is ice on the deck and the cars. Moon just dropped behind the trees.
My nephew is threatening to come and help me get the high scaffolding up and SIL will be here in the afternoon with his climbing ropes and harnesses.
Gunther likes to take his week ends off. If I can prep the roof - that is: get the moss off and fasten strapping so at least we have a toe board at the eave, I can call in a larger crew. Sometimes I wish I had built a more conventional roof.
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37. Ylee
12:15 PM GMT on February 02, 2013
"Ylee the Kid"? Well, I reckon, all things being relative! Although I also reckon by the end of Obama's second term, I'll be getting friendly letters from the AARP! :P
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36. ycd0108
5:20 AM GMT on February 02, 2013
Woody:
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35. ycd0108
1:43 AM GMT on January 31, 2013
Evening:
Tony: I have to say I'm glad that while you take a break from posting your blog you show up here and there - especially here.
It's a funny business that we are learning here.
Seems to me that most folks I read or who (now and then) comment on my blog are say 50 to 80 (except for Ylee the Kid) we are old enough to know better but still young enough to keep trying.
BriarCraft:
I would never try to advise any one about accounting and nor would they ask me if they had any idea of my financial situation - I'm running the system that I see most functioning governments use these day (I know it leads to disaster but don't they have advisers?)
However: I did "teach" WWW or "Wood Working for Women" for the local Parks Board and we had a "Hoot". Loved the girls and (of course) they liked me.
Since the space was limited and most tools were donated I would bring my saws and drills and whatnot.
One lady needed a particular sized drill so I fumbled about in the metal case I carry. She was obviously watching this process with much more attention than I.
She said: "Is there a reason why all your drill bits are all rusty? Does that make them work better?"
At the time I think I said it was because I tend to work near the salt water and I carry these small items around.
As far as I know rust will not make any tool, large or small, perform better. I'm still working on that particular question.
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34. BriarCraft
11:59 PM GMT on January 30, 2013
Learning something is one thing and passing on what you have learned seems to require more learning.

You got that right! I never learned a subject so well as when I explained it to someone else. As true for the differences between debits and credits as for how to make a precise cut with a circular saw.
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33. plapman
11:18 PM GMT on January 30, 2013
Good evening YCD.
Just got called to eat.
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32. ycd0108
6:01 PM GMT on January 30, 2013
Got a big red "Copyright Violation" on the scan I wanted to post here of Al Capp's "Li'l Abner" cartoon from 1947.
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31. ycd0108
2:56 AM GMT on January 30, 2013
Evening Shoreacres: Nothing better than "Canned Heat" Harpoon!
Some of the other groups were pretty good too.
I have had some epoxy kick slow - especially when the temperature outside is way below the "Best Before" warning and the humidity is somewhat above 99%. I go with the feeling: Cold and wet: lots of catalyst (I have had to throw some smoldering mixes well away from the work). Hot and dry I use the recommendations on the can or lighten up on the hardener. I know you know this stuff but the first time I used the advice I saw on the mixing cup: "Just Shoot it!" I was mixing two part foam insulation and concluded that if I could smell it I was dead. So I held my breath, chased the kids away, Shot It and ran away to breathe.
Since resourcenol adhesives went out of fashion we went to West Systems Epoxy.
So far so good.
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30. shoreacres
1:46 AM GMT on January 30, 2013
Oh, gosh. Epoxy. Here are two stories for you.

#1 - A customer determined he was going to take the metal rub strakes off his boat and plug all the holes before I varnished again. It was a crazy idea - I mean, those strips are there for a reason. But, no one ever argued with the guy. They didn't call him Bligh for nothing.

I told him to use West System. But, no. He had some special epoxy he used with his competition model planes and he was going to use that. The stuff didn't harden for three years. I suspect measurement (or lack thereof) more than the epoxy itself, but still...

He died before the epoxy hardened. Sort of sad. He missed his chance to say, "I told you it would harden!"

#2 - I was hired to put Pettit Polypoxy on a cabin sole. All went well until I opened the next quart kit of the stuff and thought, "Humph. That one can doesn't look like the other stuff did." I was too new at it to trust my instinct. I mixed it up and went to work.
It never hardened, either.

Unfortunately, it not only was a cabin sole, it was in a boat belonging to liveaboards. They had gone off to visit their kids in Dallas while I did the job. Sigh. When they got back, it had hardened just enough that you could walk on it, but if you stood in one place, like on a hatch board, it would stick to your foot.

The only solution was to wash off the uncured coat with epoxy thinner. It was the worst job in my entire career. I got it done, and got another coat down that looked good, but Pettit would only reimburse me the cost of the bad epoxy, even though they agreed the product was defective. Live and learn, as they say!

Ah, the 60s. Strawberry Alarm Clock. Iron Butterfly. Country Joe and the Fish. The Doors. Tom Paxton. Arlo. Canned Heat.

Gallo Thunderbird. ;)

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29. ycd0108
1:35 AM GMT on January 30, 2013
Rob:
We have http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cannibalization_of_ma chine_parts these Halogens for years to run on the 12 V. system at the cabin. Then there are all the rechargeable batteries in so many tools nowadays. One large sea trunk holds most of the saved tools and chargers.
Most folks should not try this at home 'cause a dead short on a charged battery is fairly scary. I got a big kick from bringing the lamp in to show Tloml.
Kept the Battery pack behind my back and wandered about the house. Pretty difficult to fool her though.
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28. RobDaHood
12:49 AM GMT on January 30, 2013
Well there you go then.
Excellent bit of wegenering, my friend!

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27. ycd0108
12:45 AM GMT on January 30, 2013
Recycled big time in my way this afternoon.
My bedside halogen lamp was starting to buzz so I put it out in my version of Plapman's Hoard. Someone had left a totally busted rechargeble weed eater there too and when I tested the battery it was fully charged.
Some background:
The bedside halogen plugs in to a standard 115 V outlet but then the transformer and rectifier that ballast the base delivers 12 V to the bulb. The B&D weed eater battery is 12 V.
I pulled the base off the lamp and cut the transformer out of the wiring. Wired the halogen directly to the battery.
Et Voila: Bright battery powered light wherever you place the reading lamp. Since the B&D battery pack has a charging base you have a poor person's Uninterrupted Power Supply.
Can't wait for the next power outage.
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26. ycd0108
3:10 PM GMT on January 29, 2013
Bogon: I was saying Good morning on your place just now.
My BIL used to say:
"It's a Learning Curve and you are Here." as he pointed off to the left.
Learning something is one thing and passing on what you have learned seems to require more learning.
Then there is the instruction printed on the paper mixing cups I use to mix Epoxy resin and hardener which says: "Just Shoot It!"
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25. Bogon
2:44 PM GMT on January 29, 2013
Quoting ycd0108:
Who could know then what we think we know now?


That's life. You live, you learn, then you forget it all, and the next fellow has to start from scratch.

Oh, the next fellow might get a break if you take time to write some of it down, while you can still remember. Of course the next fellow must winnow the wheat from the chaff, so it's possible there will be no net time saved.
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24. ycd0108
2:05 PM GMT on January 29, 2013
I tried to get a picture of this Moon bow with my head in it but my head is too big. I am not yet familiar with the controls on the SamGal's camera but there is only one way to learn - unless you break down and read the instructions.
6c. chance of showers this morning. Rain this afternoon.
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23. ycd0108
2:29 AM GMT on January 29, 2013
Hi Rob:
I was "so much older then. I'm younger than that now."
Over on your place listening to some Buffet and your comment pops up there on "Community Activity".
'Course I had to click back here.
Turns out I was too young to really appreciate the '60s as well. Looks like most of us were.
Who could know then what we think we know now?
Sleep well.
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22. RobDaHood
2:07 AM GMT on January 29, 2013
Don't remember much from the 60's.
Was too young.
LOL

Do remember Jefferson Airplane/Starship though!

Thanks for your posts on my blog today.
Left you a reply.

Getting late on the east side.
Have a great night!
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21. ycd0108
5:36 PM GMT on January 28, 2013
I found a "read only" web page under:
http://www.jeffersonstarshipsf.com/
"A-Deck"
The most recent activity there seems to be 2008 but I did not register. Yet.
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20. ycd0108
5:21 PM GMT on January 28, 2013
Good morning Bogon:
I guess that would describe how I think these days: "from global to local and back again."
"The comedian Robin Williams has said that if you remember the 60's, you weren't there." - NY Times
I have some local memories of that time but no artifacts until we get the autopsy report to see if I really ever "Blew my mind". I do remember making a reel-to-reel audio tape on one trip alone - just the few songs I could pick out on the guitar and some introspective ramblings. Me Da' was worried about me wandering about inside the "Expanding Headband" so I left the tape with him. I asked later if he had listened to it. He claimed to have played the tape but had accidently (?) erased it. We had some decent discussions about the travel option though. I was somewhat evangelical about the fun times to be had and wanted to "Go together" some day with him. That was not to be unfortunately. He died of Depression four years later. I've always wondered what would have happened if we had gone "up to "A" Deck" together.
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19. Bogon
6:28 AM GMT on January 28, 2013
Laughing at your changing perspectives, ycd, from global to local and back again.

Thinking back, some of my best trips were taken at home, where the only agencies were unofficial and resulted from my own peculiar customs. I no longer remember whether I was lagged or leading, but on such occasions I was definitely out of phase for a while.

It's hard to find keepsakes from those trips; I'm pretty sure there must be a few around here somewhere.
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18. ycd0108
4:46 AM GMT on January 28, 2013
Then there was South America: 16 flights in a month. I'm surprised I still remember time on the ground outside an airport - maybe we toured there longer than one month?
Anyhow: We did not know how dicey Sao Paulo was till a month or so after we got home a commuter jet ran off the elevated runway. Come to think: Sao Paulo was fairly obviously dicey: Police on scramblers stopped our bus and approached two young fellows on another scrambler with drawn guns (the police, not the younguns) They then waved our bus through and I did not hear any shots.
We flew off to Buenos Aires and wandered around San Telmo where the Lonely Planet says tourists should not mess around. We fell in love with San Telmo.
'Course there is that excavation/cemetery under one end of the overpass where one of the "detention" facilities had been located.
Seeing that our luck was holding we flew on to Rio de Janero (or was that on the way back from Ushuia?). Rio also treated us well. We wandered around the docks and past the legendary ghettos without any negative experiences.
But wherever in this calander the landing in Ushuia happened it was a sight to see from an MD 10. The airport is on land fill and just long enough. looks very short from the air. The passengers gave a round of applause to the flight crew when we stopped short of the ocean.
Tloml had some bug by then so I took the Rentacar off the paved roads(possibly a total of 6 km.) and figured out why a two year old car would rattle so much.
Then we headed north on decent roads till we were stamped out of Argentina and in to "No Man's Land". Let me tell you that piece of road could make a new car rattle. Chile border authorities accepted us reluctantly. When we asked if there was any place for a tourist to stay the night they indicated we should expect to drive for quite a while. About a mile from the border post was a B&B resterant - maybe these officials don't get out much but their quarters were just across the road from this B&B.
This story goes on and on but I'm out of gas.
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17. ycd0108
3:21 AM GMT on January 28, 2013
Then one day we land in Abidjan totally jet-lagged. My luggage was flagged for inspection so we went through the tools and underwear together, the customs guy and I. In those days my checked luggage had more tools than underwear. Found our accommodation and an easy chair (the nurses got the only bed) and snoozed for a short time. Our man in Abidjan put us on an early flight to Mann. The largest stewardess I have ever seen anywhere brought us sweets and did not seem at all concerned about the towering cumulus clouds we were flying between. I guess the small plane negotiating a rift between these clouds was fairly normal for both her, the pilots and most of the passengers but I'm used to fog and low clouds with mountains in them here. One of the prettiest flights I have been on: Bright sun on thunderheads well above our elevation and clear canyons between. Pretty sure I was still a bit "Lagged".
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16. ycd0108
12:15 AM GMT on January 28, 2013
Could be Rob:
Or maybe she just goes in the shop and peens each tooth with a hammer.
Speakin' of airliners:

Comin' in to Vancouver from London the plane travels almost due south on the approach. If you look to port you see snow capped mountains and if you look starboard there is the Salish Sea. Since I never bothered to bring in any "Keys" I was generally quite relaxed.
Coals to Newcastle and all that.
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15. RobDaHood
10:43 PM GMT on January 27, 2013
Or...coulda been that daughter of yours in her tree nailin' days!
:o)
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14. ycd0108
10:33 PM GMT on January 27, 2013
Quoting RobDaHood:
Nah!
If I print them out they burn just fine!
Not that I would ever burn your words...

Thinking with all the damp cold you've had lately, you shoulda bought the sweatshirt!

Hi Rob: This is the first time I've used the "Quote" function 'cause on some of the busy blogs it irritates me to read and reread stuff but it does save scrolling up and down to remind me what was written in a comment.
I thought of printing out the most flamable comments but so far we survive on waste paper.
I was wearing "Morris" this morning while sharpening the chain saw: down filled puffy jacket with Goretex outside. Oh my. Did I ever "Rock" that chain. I tell myself it might have been a pebble embedded in the bark but I think I must have sawn into the gravel by the amount of tooth I had to remove.
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13. RobDaHood
10:23 PM GMT on January 27, 2013
Nah!
If I print them out they burn just fine!
Not that I would ever burn your words...

Thinking with all the damp cold you've had lately, you shoulda bought the sweatshirt!
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12. ycd0108
9:56 PM GMT on January 27, 2013
Bogon:
Thanks, the hot link worked. Interesting Comfort zones and consequences of policies. I read a while ago that the move to energy efficient lighting in large structures led to a significant increase in heating bills.
When I mentioned the content of the NYT artcle to Tloml she quoted Mark Twain: "Half the results of Good Intention are evil"
http://www.twainquotes.com
I can't blame the newspapers for wanting to make a living but they look like an endangered species to me.
Some of them have started using shiny paper with fire retardant so they won't even light the furnace.
Unfortunately most of the words I type and read here won't light a fire either but there is the occasional "spark".
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11. Bogon
9:22 PM GMT on January 27, 2013
Here's some comfortable space-free linkage.

It worked for me, but I can't guarantee that it will work for you. I have registered with the site previously. There is undoubtedly a New York Times cookie on my hard disk somewhere.

The Times can be prickly about whom they provide web service. With their long history as a print medium they still entertain the quaint notion that they should be paid for their reportage. Admission is free to occasional visitors (like me). If you become too regular, they may dun you for a subscription.
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10. ycd0108
7:09 PM GMT on January 27, 2013
Sorry SSSam:
I had just read an email from some outfit saying that three folks had bothered to "Unfriend" me so I deleted it since as far as I know I never signed up to be a friend on any of the many systems available. I tried the link you posted and used Bogon's advice to take out the space but could not find the article. What does it mean to be comfortable?
I usually start the wood furnace and then hope this computer works. Couple of cups of coffee and a swivel chair and Ta Da.
Bogon:
Thanks for that - it worked for me on the link I posted.
All this talk about airplanes brings back memories both good and bad - mostly good, of course:
Crossing the Salish Sea one morning the sun was coming through broken clouds and leaving big bright polka dots on the waves below. When we flew through the direct reflection the dot would blaze even brighter and then fade as the next one lit up.
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9. Bogon
6:05 PM GMT on January 27, 2013
Sandi (#5), there's a space character in the link that you have to delete after you paste it into your browser's address bar.

Or click here.
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8. SalishSeaSam
6:00 PM GMT on January 27, 2013
Huh? Unfriend… is yer Wunderblog linked to FB or something? I wouldn't know how to unfriend yopu if I tried.
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/27/magazine/what-d oes-it-mean-to-be-comfortable.html?ref=magazine
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7. ycd0108
5:54 PM GMT on January 27, 2013
Ah Ha! Finally found:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Chichester
I spent time looking for Tiger Moth when I should have searched Gypsy Moth.
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6. ycd0108
10:04 AM GMT on January 27, 2013
SSSam:
You can't "unfriend" because I still like you. I'm rereading Eric Tamm's "Beyond the Outer Shores". It's as if I never understood it in the first read. Campbell, Steinbeck and Ricketts could not unfriend each other either.
sandiquiz:
I went looking for the story on BBC - some lady was flying Tel Aviv to London Luton but I don't know where the story went. It just reminded me of some rough flights. We stacked up over Frankfurt one night due to wind and eventually were put up in an hotel in Zurich.
One flight on an overloaded (me and a bunch of fresh shrimp) Beaver: The pilot said as we taxied out of the nook:
"Hang on. Might take a while to pull this plane off the water."
Then there is what's his name?'s attempt to fly a Tiger Moth on floats around the world. He made it to somewhere in Japan.
Not Sir Hillary
The other guy.
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5. sandiquiz
7:40 AM GMT on January 27, 2013
Morning from a wet and windy UK
I tried to open the link you posted about the flight into Luton (done it many times) but it wouldn't open.

One night we returned to Luton from Edinburgh and the pilot said we had enough fuel for a couple of attempts, as it was foggy - went around twice and then he said 'sorry no go, heading to Stanstead'!
Excuse me! You only had enough fuel for two circuits, now you are flying fifty miles to the nearest airport!!!!
Needless to say we made it, or I wouldn't be writing about it :-)
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4. SalishSeaSam
7:13 AM GMT on January 27, 2013
Yup, it looks like I posted there just as you were doing likewise here.
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3. ycd0108
4:51 AM GMT on January 27, 2013
Can you imagine!
Apparently three people have "unfriended" me in the last few days. Funny part is that I have no friends in the first place.
Whatever.
Take that garbage back to it's origins.
Not that I think Facebook would pay attention but you know it's such a pain to delete - could be someone I like.
NOT!
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2. ycd0108
2:41 AM GMT on January 27, 2013
Oh I think I got it: You were posting as the outfit here was moving on.
Not a problem.
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1. ycd0108
2:32 AM GMT on January 27, 2013
Wait a minute SSS:
It's good to see you here but you remind me of my wife. How did you get in here anyway?
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