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05-25-2011, 07:05 PM
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there is a patron saint of genital disease, and his head is for sale. omg Catholics are weird. i really really want it.

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Lol at that story.

The gal and I are thinking about going camping (with a tent) for a night or two. Anyone have any suggestions as to where to go other than lake superior - ish?
If you want to go the opposite direction into Southern Minnesota, Forestville State Park is nice. Good fishing, hiking and they have cave tours.

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Nerestrand has 11 miles of trails, and is near Northfield, which is a nice college town.

O'Brien has 12 miles, and is on the gorgeous St. Croix.

Forestville has 15 miles! That cave is pretty cool as well.

I don't think you could go wrong with any of them. In Southeast Minesota, Beaver Creek State Park near Caledonia is also quite nice, as is Whitewater SP.

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all hiking is not the same, remember. Wild River is quite the misnomer and is based around prairie. Not really great for hiking unless you like to pretend it's pioneer days and you're looking for a homestead and praying wolves don't run out of the grass and take your baby.

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So I just realized that the Rogers Activity Center is closed this weekend... I won't get to practice skating for another week. JMS canceled the Friday Night Level 1, but that's okay, I've lost too much weight for my breezers and need to pick up a new pair. Preferably a pair that fits...

Bleh. Already bored.

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So I'm going to the dentist tomorrow to get my wisdom tooth looked at.. I'm worried because one of them is starting to hurt when I chew, also because I haven't had dental insurance since I was 18 (now 23) so I haven't been to one since then.


Should of had them removed back then, ughhh.

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Call me what you will. I generally don't cry with movies. Yes, there are some that bring tears to my eyes, but I don't think I have ever cried so much than when I watch "7 Pounds". Although, "Bridge to Terabithia" is a close one.

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Except Field of Dreams. Field of Dreams turned me into a sniveling little heap of ***** on the floor.

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Jack Frost made me cry when I watched it as a kid, in my adult life I think I only legitimately cried at Into the Wild, and Seven Pounds.

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Yeah Up was a little tough to watch. Great movie though.

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Lol at that story.

The gal and I are thinking about going camping (with a tent) for a night or two. Anyone have any suggestions as to where to go other than lake superior - ish?
My favorite is Whitewater State Park (about 20 miles east of Rochester) Trout fishing, trails for hiking, I think there is a company who offers tube rides down the river, and the best part of all: NO BUGS!!!

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Crying movies:

Con-Air (that scene at the end when he gives his daughter the birthday gift....total tear jerker)

The Butterfly Effect (must be Director's Cut, not Theatrical ending)

First movie I ever remember making me cry: The Fox and the Hound

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the closest I come to tearing up is with patriotic movies and scenes of soldiers coping with their buddies deaths.

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Sally's. All of you.

Thanks for the camping suggestions everyone. I'll be reading up on them. We will be bringing our dogs, so we can't really do too many activities outside of walking/hiking and what not.

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In "The Green Mile", the scene where John Coffey gets executed... damn.

(First time I've lost to one of these threads by the way).

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Call me what you will. I generally don't cry with movies. Yes, there are some that bring tears to my eyes, but I don't think I have ever cried so much than when I watch "7 Pounds". Although, "Bridge to Terabithia" is a close one.
I'm a sap when it comes to movies I can cry pretty easily...

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bwahahahah!

I love playing jokes on IT people.
Locking your desktop when you step away tends to be a really big deal where I work. We deal with a lot of sensitive information.

So I decided to pull a joke on my fellow workers. I opened up a word document that I was working on, typed in "This station is actually locked, noob.", took a screenshot and set it to my desktop background. Locked the computer, drug the locked window all the way off to the side.

Went for a smoke, and evidently, three people tried to send email from my locked computer...

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So I'm going to the dentist tomorrow to get my wisdom tooth looked at.. I'm worried because one of them is starting to hurt when I chew, also because I haven't had dental insurance since I was 18 (now 23) so I haven't been to one since then.


Should of had them removed back then, ughhh.
That's actually the reason why mine were removed two weeks before college graduation (losing dental insurance). Hope things worked out!

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holy balls man...go sign up for some cheap dental insurance somewhere (mine costs $5 a paycheck for godsake). totally worth it for the twice yearly free cleanings alone.

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Well, I need to get all 4 taken out pretty much, they're all growing in fine except the one that's causing me pain is growing into my jaw bone. The dentist said the others could still cause complications in the future... so I'm just saying F IT and get them all out, also they gave me a free cleaning while I was there and swagged me out with some dental gear.

Then they referred me to an oral surgeon and I have to go there on Tuesday for a consultation.

the lady kept hitting my lip with the cleaning thing and its all cut up now, oh well my teeth look real nice so I guess I really can't complain.

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So I just realized that the Rogers Activity Center is closed this weekend... I won't get to practice skating for another week. JMS canceled the Friday Night Level 1, but that's okay, I've lost too much weight for my breezers and need to pick up a new pair. Preferably a pair that fits...

Bleh. Already bored.
Skipped over this but congrats!

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holy balls man...go sign up for some cheap dental insurance somewhere (mine costs $5 a paycheck for godsake). totally worth it for the twice yearly free cleanings alone.
Have dental insurance now but at the time figured it was I could go without (and did for a couple years).

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Skipped over this but congrats!


Have dental insurance now but at the time figured it was I could go without (and did for a couple years).
completely understand. I had the same attitude towards medical insurance until my wife broke her heel. ouch ouch ouch. Its a bloody scam (insurance) but the alternative is much much worse if you actually have a job. If you're unemployed, you'll probably get second rate service but at least they can't squeeze blood from a stone and they have to patch you up.

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