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12-09-2012, 03:47 PM
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That sucks. I remember when it happened being like "**** there goes any metal concert I'll ever go to" since I find new stuff like lamb of god corny. I'll bump a cemetery gates for that.

I wonder what Phil is like these days he was already a complete freakin mess 8 years ago (any why there wasn't any Pantera) surprising he hasn't died by now.
He's still doing his thing with DOWN, supposedly he's cleaned up his act a bit too.

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2 things--

last year at this time because my life hit the fan, I started losing my hair and it started breaking. my hairdesser was a bit petrified at what to do...happy to report it has grown back where I lost it, much more healthy. (It helps if you dont stop eating)

I tried growing it out and not coloring it a few years ago.... it was awful....my hair was flat and i looked ashen and washed out. (I tried, i swear).

white sounds cool....and pretty. someday you will show us?
I asked the person doing my hair at the time about the bird's nest in the shower and she asked about stress - two weeks later I had a new job. I had worn it pixie style forever but in the 'big hair' 80's I had the perm - check out Steven Adler from Guns n Roses - that was the pic I used to show what I wanted. Kept it that way until I got back into hockey - back to pixie cut. Found a pic in a hair style magazine of the exact style I want and show it when I need a cut.

As for showing it here - I don't know about that. There's enough horror in the world today.

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12-09-2012, 09:07 PM
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Lost power from 8-9pm and it was traumatizing.

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12-09-2012, 10:04 PM
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Mind blow number 1 is complete...mind blow #2 I'm sure will follow around 10:45

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12-09-2012, 10:04 PM
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Lost power from 8-9pm and it was traumatizing.
"We will rebuild"?

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12-09-2012, 10:59 PM
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Those prices are why I do my own coloring For $10 and 30 minutes I get rid of all that yucky gray & it lasts for a good 3 months. Looks pretty good too
I rarely color my hair but when I do, hello cvs lol. I will spend the money for a good cut because I've been going to the same place forever

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12-10-2012, 07:54 AM
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you know, there are just some people you can never get anything right with.


its never perfect enough

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12-10-2012, 09:13 AM
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I rarely color my hair but when I do, hello cvs lol. I will spend the money for a good cut because I've been going to the same place forever
My hairdresser charges $ 20 bucks for a cut and she does a great job. I will be staying with her for as long as she stays in business. Good hairdressers are hard to find!

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12-10-2012, 09:13 AM
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you know, there are just some people you can never get anything right with.


its never perfect enough
Welcome to my world. Come in, have a seat.

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I saw Miracle for the first time last night.

God.dang.what.a.great.movie.
It's about time!

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12-10-2012, 09:58 AM
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I know, I know

Does this mean I lose my hockey fan card?

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12-10-2012, 10:00 AM
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Now I remember why I don't usually partake in Sunday Funday. Holy hell do I feel like ****.

The good thing about having a party that starts at 11AM is even if you drink for 9 hours, you're in bed nice and early. Woke up at 1:30AM with a horrendous hangover, which was gone by the time I had to wake up to work. It's been replaced by sheer exhaustion, but I'll take that over feeling like my eyeballs have knives in them.

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12-10-2012, 10:24 AM
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My hairdresser charges $ 20 bucks for a cut and she does a great job. I will be staying with her for as long as she stays in business. Good hairdressers are hard to find!
That's why I don't mind paying the $55. The studio is also a spa so prices reflect that a bit.

I chopped a good 4 inches off and it is still past my shoulders lol

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12-10-2012, 10:26 AM
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How much do heated rear view mirrors cost to fix?

Got sideswiped this morning and they took off my poor mirror down to the mounting bracket :/ At least the rest of my car has no damage. Sigh.

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12-10-2012, 10:50 AM
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How much do heated rear view mirrors cost to fix?

Got sideswiped this morning and they took off my poor mirror down to the mounting bracket :/ At least the rest of my car has no damage. Sigh.
I would think a couple hundred since it is heated- out here a regular mirror installed can go for less than a hundred bucks. But since you live in Boston and it is a heated mirror....

Oh and **** the people who hit you & then took off. People like that are among the reasons we all pay too much for our car insurance no matter where we live

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12-10-2012, 10:51 AM
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Now I remember why I don't usually partake in Sunday Funday. Holy hell do I feel like ****.

The good thing about having a party that starts at 11AM is even if you drink for 9 hours, you're in bed nice and early. Woke up at 1:30AM with a horrendous hangover, which was gone by the time I had to wake up to work. It's been replaced by sheer exhaustion, but I'll take that over feeling like my eyeballs have knives in them.


That is one of the best descriptions of a hangover I've ever seen.

Glad to see you survived

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12-10-2012, 11:04 AM
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I would think a couple hundred since it is heated- out here a regular mirror installed can go for less than a hundred bucks. But since you live in Boston and it is a heated mirror....

Oh and **** the people who hit you & then took off. People like that are among the reasons we all pay too much for our car insurance no matter where we live
I'm not going through insurance. This is going to cost well under $1,000 so just have to suck it up.

I did find the part online for $50 so I think I can get it done for under $150

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12-10-2012, 11:15 AM
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Now I remember why I don't usually partake in Sunday Funday. Holy hell do I feel like ****.

The good thing about having a party that starts at 11AM is even if you drink for 9 hours, you're in bed nice and early. Woke up at 1:30AM with a horrendous hangover, which was gone by the time I had to wake up to work. It's been replaced by sheer exhaustion, but I'll take that over feeling like my eyeballs have knives in them.
You didn't offset your mimosa consumption with enough candied bacon. Rookie mistake.

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12-10-2012, 11:27 AM
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You didn't offset your mimosa consumption with enough candied bacon. Rookie mistake.
No ****. I didn't eat anything. Hosting is hard work.

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No ****. I didn't eat anything. Hosting is hard work.
Indeed, although I've mastered the ability to eat while cooking

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12-10-2012, 11:36 AM
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No ****. I didn't eat anything. Hosting is hard work.
That's the problem. You have to remember to eat. Drinking all day without eating and soaking up some of that booze will leave you feeling like you need to shave your tongue the next morning.

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12-10-2012, 11:41 AM
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That's the problem. You have to remember to eat. Drinking all day without eating and soaking up some of that booze will leave you feeling like you need to shave your tongue the next morning.
Oh, I've learned that lesson. I know it.

I just don't DO it.

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No ****. I didn't eat anything. Hosting is hard work.
It sure is. We host a Christmas Eve open house at my parents' every year.

The trick is to stop at the food table when going into the kitchen/fridge to get something for a guest. Nibbling is the name of the game when you're a host otherwise you will go hungry.

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It sure is. We host a Christmas Eve open house at my parents' every year.

The trick is to stop at the food table when going into the kitchen/fridge to get something for a guest. Nibbling is the name of the game when you're a host otherwise you will go hungry.
We host Christmas Eve too, but it's a much smaller group so it's much more do-able. We have between 8 - 12 for that. Yesterday we had upwards of 50 people come through. Crazy I tell you.

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Oh, I've learned that lesson. I know it.

I just don't DO it.
Wait until you have kids. They have an uncanny ability to sense when you've had a few drinks and suddenly wake up early to make sure you fully enjoy your hangover.

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