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Old 06-28-2016, 09:50 PM   #14477
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Man, is it ever dead tonight!

Went for a walk tonight and the fire flies were so thick I didn't even need a flashlight...

Thought I saw a Possum, but it was just a racoon.
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Old 06-28-2016, 10:22 PM   #14478
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Man, is it ever dead tonight!

Went for a walk tonight and the fire flies were so thick I didn't even need a flashlight...

Thought I saw a Possum, but it was just a racoon.
I had an exciting day today. I was sent to Baby's R Us to get some nipples. Now I thought this to be a simple task, let's face it, when my kids were born you got a Evenflow bottle and a nipple and ring collar that would fit any bottle you had! Not any more! There was 5-6 different brands of bottles. For each brand there was a selection of bottle sizes, various accessories and mutable configurations of nipples not to mention flow rate.

I read and read and did my best at looking like I needed help, but no one came to help. As a matter of fact I think a few mothers grabbed their toddlers and ushered them away quit hurrily. Finally I narrowed the selection down to a couple, took pics, and texted DIL to tell me which one to get.

Correct nipples purchased, I wasn't escorted out by security and my manhood restored! You can't make these things up, ain't life grand!
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Old 06-28-2016, 10:31 PM   #14479
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I had an exciting day today. I was sent to Baby's R Us to get some nipples. Now I thought this to be a simple task, let's face it, when my kids were born you got a Evenflow bottle and a nipple and ring collar that would fit any bottle you had! Not any more! There was 5-6 different brands of bottles. For each brand there was a selection of bottle sizes, various accessories and mutable configurations of nipples not to mention flow rate.

I read and read and did my best at looking like I needed help, but no one came to help. As a matter of fact I think a few mothers grabbed their toddlers and ushered them away quit hurrily. Finally I narrowed the selection down to a couple, took pics, and texted DIL to tell me which one to get.

Correct nipples purchased, I wasn't escorted out by security and my manhood restored! You can't make these things up, ain't life grand!
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Old 06-29-2016, 06:24 AM   #14480
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Good Morning Thread Killers,

Tim, wonderful story, thanks for sharing. Made me smile!

LOLT Have ya all picked out your symposium spot and time yet? Navy, where are ya???

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Old 06-29-2016, 07:48 AM   #14481
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I am a thread killer

But I can change

If I have too

I guess.
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Oh no! Now we're going to lose the few killers that are left to the dark, er, NNDG's side....don't go Possum, don't go!!! Resistance is not futile, save yourself and let this thing die!

And Navy has retired, he's letting others waste their effort in attempts to save this dying thread, where posts consist simply of the number in feeble attempts at salvation.

NNDG's be forewarned, this thread is on its last tiny threads of fiber...
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I had an exciting day today. I was sent to Baby's R Us to get some nipples. Now I thought this to be a simple task, let's face it, when my kids were born you got a Evenflow bottle and a nipple and ring collar that would fit any bottle you had! Not any more! There was 5-6 different brands of bottles. For each brand there was a selection of bottle sizes, various accessories and mutable configurations of nipples not to mention flow rate.

I read and read and did my best at looking like I needed help, but no one came to help. As a matter of fact I think a few mothers grabbed their toddlers and ushered them away quit hurrily. Finally I narrowed the selection down to a couple, took pics, and texted DIL to tell me which one to get.

Correct nipples purchased, I wasn't escorted out by security and my manhood restored! You can't make these things up, ain't life grand!
Funny you mentioned nipples. I had
Chicken nipples for dinner last night.
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Old 06-29-2016, 02:33 PM   #14484
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I had an exciting day today. I was sent to Baby's R Us to get some nipples. Now I thought this to be a simple task, let's face it, when my kids were born you got a Evenflow bottle and a nipple and ring collar that would fit any bottle you had! Not any more! There was 5-6 different brands of bottles. For each brand there was a selection of bottle sizes, various accessories and mutable configurations of nipples not to mention flow rate.

I read and read and did my best at looking like I needed help, but no one came to help. As a matter of fact I think a few mothers grabbed their toddlers and ushered them away quit hurrily. Finally I narrowed the selection down to a couple, took pics, and texted DIL to tell me which one to get.

Correct nipples purchased, I wasn't escorted out by security and my manhood restored! You can't make these things up, ain't life grand!
Not sure if I would try to make it up but then again everyone deserves a good nipple suck.
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So I looked up "nipples" and this is what I get...
Did anybody have any better luck? I have my computer set on 'Safe Hardware Search.'
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Nope, them there's nipples to be sure.
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Propose symposium be moved to central us ,say

Alabama or Georgia
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Old 06-29-2016, 06:32 PM   #14488
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Oh no! Now we're going to lose the few killers that are left to the dark, er, NNDG's side....don't go Possum, don't go!!! Resistance is not futile, save yourself and let this thing die!

And Navy has retired, he's letting others waste their effort in attempts to save this dying thread, where posts consist simply of the number in feeble attempts at salvation.

NNDG's be forewarned, this thread is on its last tiny threads of fiber...
Whew thanks Carl. I damn near done did it!!

BTW who are you and why are you appearing in my thread????
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Alabama or Georgia
Pop, when did they move Alabama and Georgia? Heck Ga is on the East coast!

The symposium we are planning is for Aug 2017. The reason being Possium being from Western Canada is only allowed out of his cell for a short visit. Also Bear and myself will be out in the Oregon area about that time.

Now, that said, I see no reason we can't have more than one symposium. I'll be coming back from a Maine lobstah eating trip about early to mid September of this year and might could detour over for a little killing talk!

Anyone else in the Al. Or Ga area at that time? As a matter of fact we are planning a stop in Montgomery Al before heading on in to AR!
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Are we having a West Coast symposium or not.

When you all figured out let me know. ( advanced notice required)
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