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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38955 on: Jul 16 09 08:38 »
Did someone say SD just had a birthday ?  
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38956 on: Jul 16 09 10:30 »
Ja my birthday is this weekend, Russ, pl, and I share the same day of the month in consective months. Lol  we\'re all getting old. Had my geology class this morning at Jericho beach. I enjoy that class there\'s a guy from Chicago in the class and when two midwesterners start talking it\'s like we\'re family. It\'s nice to finally run into someone from my part of the woods. Two illinoisians from both illinois\' good times, cubs fan
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38957 on: Jul 16 09 10:37 »
[span style="font-weight: bold; font-family: Arial Black;"]Well Happy Birthday SD !![/span]



Cool cake.    
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38958 on: Jul 16 09 10:45 »
Oh I like that, will you make one similar for me on my next birthday, please..............and.....jump out of it?  
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38959 on: Jul 16 09 10:47 »
No problem...that's going to require a much taller stack of books though.    
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38960 on: Jul 16 09 10:49 »
Good - as you know, I'm a voracious reader.  
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38961 on: Jul 16 09 10:54 »
Well fancy that.  SD blew out of here without so much as a piece of cake.    
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38962 on: Jul 16 09 11:07 »
Hai!  Welcome home Russ, Happy BDay SD and good luck with the bunny hunt, P.C.  Will there be Hossenpheffer on tonight's menu?!  Just kidding.  I love bunnies.  I'd love to get one- though I think it would need an outdoor bunny hutch, as I've been told that an indoor bunny is quite noisy with all the scratching and playing all night long.

  Quiet in here.  I've been away from DS due to work, a wedding last weekend (3 days of Indian buffet!), rollerblading around Stanley Park- followed by the car breaking down at the corner of Denman and Davie.  Got the car towed home, changed clothes and ran out the door to the wedding reception.  MrLM had the alternator replaced a few days ago- mechanic didn't want to do it, because it was charging fine the next morning and the mechanic knows we want to trade-in the car soon...mechanic thought it was a random overheat with the wiring.  But..MrLM told him "My wife will be PISSED OFF if it breaks down again, so please fix it".  He's right, lol.

  Been truck shopping.  Probably in the market for a 2005 or newer 1/4ton quadcab.  Low km.  Shortbox would be nice.  Test drove a Colorado/Canyon- cramped interior, odd rattling and vibration.  Test drove a Dakota- nice truck, not a lot of backseat legroom, wary of low reviews.  I'm more partial to the Silverado 1500-- nice cab, lots of room.  MrLM is hunting around for a deal on a Nissan Frontier.  We both like the Tacoma, but can't justify spending that much money on a used truck...      

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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38963 on: Jul 16 09 11:27 »
Hey Lil Me.  

Funny you should mention the Tacoma.  We also have been rethinking.  Toyota is offering NO incentives....which was part of our stalling.  The difference between the Tacoma and the Ford Ranger is 11 grand.  ELEVEN GRAND.  They can keep their Tacoma.

How was the wedding ?
 
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38964 on: Jul 16 09 11:30 »
Also, about the bunny thing.  They are not only noisy for indoors, they seriously stink.  Unless you clean their hutch every 7 minutes.  
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38965 on: Jul 16 09 12:51 »
Oh why thank you so much PC. *hugs* :))))) *blows out candles*

Russ- Germany is next summer for finishing my language credit. It seems expensive but German Summer School is cheaper than taking 2 classes in the summer on international fees are ridiculous, and that's not counting rent, which is also high. Besides, next year is the world cup and then the Tour de France. Also, I'm lucky to have a friends in the east of Holland and Hungary.

I've decided to go on the 'german phd student at ubc undergrad course load.' I don't care if places of U of T believe that finishing in 4.5-5yrs means 'part time.' lol The germans on campus are more bookish and on average took 6yrs to finish.


PC- You haven't bought the truck? Ford in the next few years is going to remodel (finally its going on 15yrs if I remember correctly) the Ranger.


 
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38966 on: Jul 16 09 01:54 »
No...we haven't bought the truck.  (you mean the Tacoma ?)  We were waiting them out, but they won.  Tacoma is out.  Too much.  Toyota is not interested in budging an inch.  They have offered incentives over the last few months on everything BUT the Tacoma.    
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38967 on: Jul 16 09 10:52 »
The wedding was fun.  The funniest part about it was that MrLM and my boss were sent on a last minute shopping trip for the groom.  Stoopid git forgot to pack condoms on his own wedding night.

  I had no idea that bunnies were so stinky indoors.  Thanks for the FYI!  I guess you're going to tell me the same thing about a pygmy goat.  LOL      
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38968 on: Jul 17 09 04:54 »
Condoms ?  Wedding night ?  




Yes bunnies stink....a LOT.  They stink outdoors too.  We had a bunny growing up.  Dad built a deluxo hutch for it, with a floor that allowed the poops to fall through to a removable tray.  Anyways....conscientious cleaning didn't help the aroma.
 
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #38969 on: Jul 18 09 06:55 »
LOL on the condom business. That's hilarious!

  Oh ja, bunnies stink to high heaven. Whenever we take the kids to Maplewood Farm, I absoutely refuse to go into the hutch on account those bunnies look like something out of this world plus they're incredibly stinky.

  Girl's night out tonight. I can't wait. No kids, no hubbies, no boyfriends.... should be nice and relaxing for a change.
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