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Old 10-28-2013, 07:25 PM   #5391
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Recovering from brain surgery is not a trivial thing. Be patient.

My DW had her second surgery for breast cancer this morning. She's recovering well if that's what snoring indicates.
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Old 10-28-2013, 07:31 PM   #5392
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Recovering from brain surgery is not a trivial thing. Be patient.

My DW had her second surgery for breast cancer this morning. She's recovering well if that's what snoring indicates.
Praying for a speedy recovery for DW.
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Old 10-28-2013, 07:54 PM   #5393
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In our old bucket of bolts and other parts, our rooftop AC's are controlled by the twist switch on the unit, only the heater is controlled by the thermostat. I went down to Lowe's and purchased two 5/2 programmable thermostats and now we wake up to a warm coach in the morning. One of them was a waste of money because the rear heater is set at 63 degrees all the time. I wish that the AC's could be that easily controlled from a wall mounted thermostat.

For those of you that know, Stephanie is recovering from 2 brain surgeries and yesterday she was so upset by Dallas's loss that she turned off the TV and said "I'd like to try and walk".

We walked 6' yesterday, I'm so proud.
Have to say...way to go Stephanie!
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Wow, I didn't even realize that you can send money and get decals and stuff.

$15.03! Cheap at twice the price, but what's with the $.03?

Peace in the journey,
I think that's someone's odd sense of humor. I can ear them saying, "let's tack on an extra 3 cents and see how many people ask about why the extra 3 cents?"

Speaking of cents -- why don't computer keyboards have a cents sign? Remember the C with a line thru it? There are all sorts of other strange symbols available.
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Old 10-28-2013, 08:18 PM   #5395
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Did anybody else hear about the phones that can be programed to emit a certain odor? Bacon was one of them. Was on the news or one of the other programs that come before or after the news.
Did you fall asleep in front of the TV Dunner, or just seeing who might fall for this one?
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Old 10-28-2013, 08:20 PM   #5396
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Mutants rule..

Oscar Meyer must be a mutant too...
Ok, how do they taste? Surely you bought some!
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Oh man, is that breakfast cooking, or just Dunner calling?
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Oh man, is that breakfast cooking, or just Dunner calling?
Aroma ringtones too! Guess I would set all of them to bacon. But waffles and bacon would soundarorma good too.
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My apologies Dunner, you are CORRECT!

This iPhone Gadget Emits The Smell Of Bacon And Other Fine Meats [VIDEO] | ZAGGblog

It takes quite a while to load in the story at the bottom of the page.
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Recovering from brain surgery is not a trivial thing. Be patient.

My DW had her second surgery for breast cancer this morning. She's recovering well if that's what snoring indicates.
Was this a reconstruction type thing if I may be so bold as to ask? (Been there...done that myself...)
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My apologies Dunner, you are CORRECT!

This iPhone Gadget Emits The Smell Of Bacon And Other Fine Meats [VIDEO] | ZAGGblog

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That's just WRONG to trick bacon lovers.
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Wasn't sure it was iPhone, so I didn't post that.
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My apologies Dunner, you are CORRECT!
Would I lie to you mutants. You may have mutated ears, but there's nothing wrong with your eyes.
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