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02-25-2013, 06:30 PM
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I have to be at the Pru at 6:30 tomorrow morning. Just to check in for a webcast of a meeting. FML. TGFC.

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The Bride heard me *****ing about the weather and comes around the corner with macaroons and a glass of milk.

All is better.

I know you knew this 32 years ago, but she's a keeper!

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Good news ****. I'm going to be crippled by the end of the week. My damned wife said "we don't need a snowblower" then went and got pregnant....so I get to do it all.

Dammit.

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I have to be at the Pru at 6:30 tomorrow morning. Just to check in for a webcast of a meeting. FML. TGFC.
It could always be worse...just sayin

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I know you knew this 32 years ago, but she's a keeper!


Yeah. I think I'll keep her.



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Good news ****. I'm going to be crippled by the end of the week. My damned wife said "we don't need a snowblower" then went and got pregnant....so I get to do it all.

Dammit.
Save your pennies and get that snowblower. They are worth every dime. I still have to shovel parts of my driveway but I'd be ****ed without the snowblower. ( I'm not supposed to shovel).

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Good news ****. I'm going to be crippled by the end of the week. My damned wife said "we don't need a snowblower" then went and got pregnant....so I get to do it all.

Dammit.
My wife and I have had an ongoing discussion about getting a snow blower for the past few years. She thinks they're dangerous and has always resisted, and always says it's not a big deal to shovel. Not a big deal if you're not doing the ****ing shoveling, of course, but it is to me. So finally after that 33 inches we got a couple of weeks ago, she goes, we should really look into getting a snow blower. I was equally parts happy and pissed off all at once...

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I have to be at the Pru at 6:30 tomorrow morning. Just to check in for a webcast of a meeting. FML. TGFC.
No way to do that remotely?

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I grew up in Cali, and remember them well. I also remember In-N-Out, which is worth every bit of hype it gets.
My mom hates the jack commercials my father and I love them. Jack N The Box is awesome mostly because almost all the ones I know are 24/7 and that's good when you're out on the weekend, going to bars and are hungry at 3 am.

$1 for 2 tacos mmmmmmmmmmmm

Hated them when I first moved here but it's good actually

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My wife and I have had an ongoing discussion about getting a snow blower for the past few years. She thinks they're dangerous and has always resisted, and always says it's not a big deal to shovel. Not a big deal if you're not doing the ****ing shoveling, of course, but it is to me. So finally after that 33 inches we got a couple of weeks ago, she goes, we should really look into getting a snow blower. I was equally parts happy and pissed off all at once...
Get the little lady one for Mother's Day.

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I grew up in Cali, and remember them well. I also remember In-N-Out, which is worth every bit of hype it gets.
Indeed it is. Another place opened semi late. I think it is more special to out of town people because the burgers are great. But they still do make a tasty burger that is affordable.

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My wife and I have had an ongoing discussion about getting a snow blower for the past few years. She thinks they're dangerous and has always resisted, and always says it's not a big deal to shovel. Not a big deal if you're not doing the ****ing shoveling, of course, but it is to me. So finally after that 33 inches we got a couple of weeks ago, she goes, we should really look into getting a snow blower. I was equally parts happy and pissed off all at once...
My wife gave in after I had a heart attack 4 years ago.

I **** you not.

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My wife gave in after I had a heart attack 4 years ago.

I **** you not.
That's a little more extreme than I'm willing to go to get a snow blower. I mean, maybe I'd consider doing that for a ride on mower, but a snow blower? Not a chance...

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Indeed it is. Another place opened semi late. I think it is more special to out of town people because the burgers are great. But they still do make a tasty burger that is affordable.
That just made me think of Samuel L Jackson in Pulp Fiction.


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My wife and I have had an ongoing discussion about getting a snow blower for the past few years. She thinks they're dangerous and has always resisted, and always says it's not a big deal to shovel. Not a big deal if you're not doing the ****ing shoveling, of course, but it is to me. So finally after that 33 inches we got a couple of weeks ago, she goes, we should really look into getting a snow blower. I was equally parts happy and pissed off all at once...
33" was just a normal weekend to you in your prison days.

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33" was just a normal weekend to you in your prison days.
33 inches followed by copious amounts of precipitation...

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That just made me think of Samuel L Jackson in Pulp Fiction.

Mmmmmmm. That IS a tasty burger...

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02-25-2013, 07:40 PM
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That was my objective

and now I want a burger

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i need to stop going to websites that sell teeshirts.

i've bought myself too many teeshirts. added another tonight.

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Just gotta laugh at this thread tonight.

And Jack's tacos are actually really good drunk food. At least that's how I remember it.

I've had a snowblower for the last 6 or 7 years. one of the best investments I've made. Lonnie, take advantage of your wife's reconsideration now. Don't go and pull a wally!

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No way to do that remotely?
Sure there is, but we're following it up with three days of meetings validating some core workflows. Chuck is right - it could be worse. He has to be there, but is only (marginally) involved in one meeting over all three days. :yawn:

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have lunch scheduled with the boss's boss's boss this week.

not nervous, i just don't like tucking my shirt in. not planning on getting rid of my beard either. haven't shaved since december 15.

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Sure there is, but we're following it up with three days of meetings validating some core workflows. Chuck is right - it could be worse. He has to be there, but is only (marginally) involved in one meeting over all three days. :yawn:
My commuter rail line doesn't have a train early enough to get me into South Station with enough time to get to Back Bay...so I'll be on the Red line at 530am

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My wife and I have had an ongoing discussion about getting a snow blower for the past few years. She thinks they're dangerous and has always resisted, and always says it's not a big deal to shovel. Not a big deal if you're not doing the ****ing shoveling, of course, but it is to me. So finally after that 33 inches we got a couple of weeks ago, she goes, we should really look into getting a snow blower. I was equally parts happy and pissed off all at once...
Damn man...

I would have just not listened to her and just bought the thing anyways they really aren't dangerous if you know how to use it, and like Wally said, worth every dime

You could tell yourself all that shoveling helped you stay in shape though if you lift with your legs and move in smooth steady paced motions you can get a good workout

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