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sometimes i just want to tell what i'm doing to strangers, just got to get it off my chest.

woke up, shower, drove wife to work with bike on car, had coffee at SB while reading newspaper then biked home (11 miles).

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cut a lot of watermelon, put in frig... going to be sad when watermelon season is over. :(

need to mow grass and hang some clothes on the line (washed them last night).




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hmmm...I had a massage, ordered room service, and now I'm eating while I watch Top Gear

when in the philippines, i loved foot massages. 6 dollars for 1 hour. on the beach in boracay, i'd have each hand and foot massaged for 15 minutes... 6 bucks!

oh, and i just finished mowing the lawn. eating chilled watermelon now... so good.

next on the list, hang some clothes on the line.




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I'm reflecting on how much I like this Kia Soul commercial.
The catchiness is infuriatingly ... catchy :blush:

Doo ... Dah ... Dippity.

Oh how times have changed.


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What are you, 90?

No but I remember in '91 when that song wasn't catchy or cool... it was something that still wasn't accepted in mainstream America.

Oh how times have changed in 20 years.


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Ensure your beneficiary makes and brings with them to the States a copy of the DS-3025 (vaccination form)

If the government is going to force me to exercise my "right" to health care, then they better start requiring people to exercise their Right to Bear Arms. - "Where's my public option rifle?"

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No but I remember in '91 when that song wasn't catchy or cool... it was something that still wasn't accepted in mainstream America.

Oh how times have changed in 20 years.

Maybe in your neck of the woods, but in Miami, that was playing in all the clubs.

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Maybe in your neck of the woods, but in Miami, that was playing in all the clubs.

This reminds me of a conversation I had not long ago with a near-retirement crank at work. He wants to retire somewhere but doesn't know where, so I suggested South Florida because he said he's sick of the cold and likes the east coast. His response - no, I'd like to retire in Amurka.

So I'm not sure Miami counts. Heck, there's talk my employer might switch Latin-America Zone HQ from Sao Paulo to Miami!

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