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Old 12-11-2013, 01:36 PM   #7897
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See, as a mutant I should not be expected to know that...about those fancy phones, eh?. I'm still upset that they made me get a phone with push buttons last year...

HEY, why don't they make a "cell phone thingy" that has a proper rotary dial like a phone should have anyway?
Bet there is an app for that...lol
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Old 12-11-2013, 01:40 PM   #7898
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They have apps! Search apps for "rotary dialer".
Nothing like being pages and pages behind here....ought to start at the last page...!!!!!
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Old 12-11-2013, 02:00 PM   #7899
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Happy birthday Dear Sue, Just to let you know for 5 days every year we are the same age. I turn the 7 0 next December.
Hey happy belated to you, my friend! We're still 18 inside our (sick & twisted) minds, aren't we?

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Old 12-11-2013, 02:08 PM   #7900
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The best and worst news. The best--New grand dauther 6 lbs 14 oz 19 inches, she looks like Grampa! The worst-- Grampa came down and still has a fever. I saw Ms Ella Kate through the glass and was then sent home. Family all taking turns sending me pictures of them holding her just to cheer me up. Here is proud daddy and Ms Ella Kate
Well congrats and dang, both in the same sentence! That's a great pic of dad and Ms Ella there. The fevered brow sounds ... like it needs some ohhhmmm-ing. Here ya go: Ohhmmm Ohhhhmm feeling better Ohhmmm Ohhmmm.

Did it work yet? Don't push it, but update us when you can. Ohhmmm....

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Dennis! You should have told us it was your birthday! Happy, Happy, my friend! And did you get a sweet treat on your birthday? I suggested to Steve that he might add a birthday column to the mutant spreadsheet so we can keep track of such events. Hey, to me every added year means I'm still kicking. If I only make it as long as my parents that means I have at least 25 more years. I'm planning to be one of those that hits the century mark. Who wants to join me for a Grande Curiosity in 2051?
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Well...Sue and Steve....Happy Happies to you on getting to the 70's!
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Well...Sue and Steve....Happy Happies to you on getting to the 70's!
Wait... Is there another Steve. Hold the presses. Stop the engines. Whoa there just a minute. LOL.
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Well...Sue and Steve....Happy Happies to you on getting to the 70's!
Oops..I meant Dennis,
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Some RVMs are stuck at home in cold weather. When you drive to the store to get eggnog for the weekend, remember this:

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The best and worst news.

The best--New grand dauther 6 lbs 14 oz 19 inches, she looks like Grampa!

The worst-- Grampa came down and still has a fever. I saw Ms Ella Kate through the glass and was then sent home. Family all taking turns sending me pictures of them holding her just to cheer me up.

Here is proud daddy and Ms Ella Kate
Great shot of a beautiful grandbaby. If you want the Italian cure for the common cold PM me. I can testify it works and well.

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I'm late to the party as usual. I had a PT appt in town, but had to take my friend's Ford Explorer as there was snow on their very steep driveway. That SUV has more touch screens, gadgets and gizmos on it than I've ever seen. They're going to make it so us old fogey s won't be able to drive new cars if this keeps up.


They almost drive themselves. Everything in my new truck can practically be operated by voice control.
Is that the same truck in a picture that's posted on IRV2 somewhere all nestled and snug in a ditch?

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Mmmm!!!! Me too! unfortunately...gluten has been unkind to my tummy the last few years and I don't get to partake of carrot cake much anymore.... :(
There's a bakery up here that makes gluten free deserts that I read great reviews on.

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Hey happy belated to you, my friend! We're still 18 inside our (sick & twisted) minds, aren't we?

Cheers!
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Sue I was thinking more like 14 and thank you for the birthday wishes.

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Dennis! You should have told us it was your birthday! Happy, Happy, my friend! And did you get a sweet treat on your birthday? I suggested to Steve that he might add a birthday column to the mutant spreadsheet so we can keep track of such events. Hey, to me every added year means I'm still kicking. If I only make it as long as my parents that means I have at least 25 more years. I'm planning to be one of those that hits the century mark. Who wants to join me for a Grande Curiosity in 2051?
In motorhomes or electric wheelchairs or scooters?

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If you mutants want to have some fun boxing day my DW Denise turns the big six nine on Boxing Day, December 26th. She too is a year younger than me for twenty one days. If you want to send birthday wishes to her at <denisedv@shaw.ca> on the 26th I would think it gear fun as she tries to figure out who everyone is. TIA
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This is FAR to perfect....
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The best and worst news.

The best--New grand dauther 6 lbs 14 oz 19 inches, she looks like Grampa!

The worst-- Grampa came down and still has a fever. I saw Ms Ella Kate through the glass and was then sent home. Family all taking turns sending me pictures of them holding her just to cheer me up.

Here is proud daddy and Ms Ella Kate

Great news about the new Grandbaby. Sorry to hear you are not feeling well. Maybe a large bacon sandwich would get rid of the fever.

We have been in Dallas the last three days, Ginny had surgery on her eye and she is doing great. We go back next week for a check up but so far everything is fine.

Congratulations again on the new Grandbaby. We will be looking for more pictures soon.
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Dave,

Great signs! It's always tragic when humans, who are supposedly the planet's most evolved species, continue to prove Darwin was on to something.
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Dave, Great signs! It's always tragic when humans, who are supposedly the planet's most evolved species, continue to prove Darwin was on to something.
Thanks Barb. If it is a good pic, I probably stole it.

MN is a hi-tech area that continues to grow. So, most folks in MN are NOT from MN, and have never driven on snow or ice.

On the other hand, some true natives forget stuff from on season to the next, and some will just never catch on at all.
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