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Old 12-16-2013, 10:21 PM   #8191
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Well printer driver changed dramatically between XP and Win7. A lot of the drivers had to be redone. HP told me they were no longer going to support my faithful 4550 Photo printer for win7. You may have pick need up an updated driver that worked with the new install.
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Old 12-16-2013, 10:45 PM   #8192
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Open minded REDNECKS??? Isn't that an oxymoron?
Barb,

Not according to the couple I have reading this thread. They moved to Canada because the little redneck town of Port Alberni didn't differentiate what a 'couple' was and they found that to their liking so they left Great Britain.

We were chatting about RVing and stuff at brekkies one day and I mentioned the Mutants. They were intrigued so I sent them the address and thread name and they are busy reading the posts.

Other people on this thread have expressed basically the same views Denise and I have about being open-minded while still a tad red necked and that works for most of us so that works for all of us.

I just like being part and parcel to a group who enjoys living and enjoys letting others live their happiness too. So I don't think its an oxymoron at all.
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Wow! Nine months to rett the moss before it can even be spun? That beats the time it takes for flax to be retted for linen!

Now, you know I'm going to have to try this, you wicked woman, you! Look what you've started. DH will kill me first, and then you! Retting fibers is a stinky business, I understand, since another word for it might be "rotting", as in rotting away the outer tissues.

Oh the things I have to do for professional curiosity, never mind the mutant variety.

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Might be nicer to say fermenting away....and hubby might be more a fan of fermented things...such as wine, beer and, kraut.
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brekkies?? Possum, i'm afraid you'll have to define that one for me.
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brekkies?? Possum, i'm afraid you'll have to define that one for me.
Their carry over from Great Britain, short form for Breakfast. The four of us meet up at a local restaurant for brekkies quite often on Sunday mornings.
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I grew up in Texas and I always thought a redneck was someone who was convinced their way was the ONLY way and could and would get rather nasty towards folks not like them.

Maybe they have a better class of Rednecks up north?
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Old 12-16-2013, 11:02 PM   #8197
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Maybe they have a better class of Rednecks up north?
Probably just a more liberal application of the term. Anyway, I have not seen anyone of this collection of mutants that I would not like to partake brekkies with, either in public or in our home (RV too)
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Might be nicer to say fermenting away....and hubby might be more a fan of fermented things...such as wine, beer and, kraut.
Good point! I'll have to leave out the kraut if I'm to impress DH, though.
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Their carry over from Great Britain, short form for Breakfast. The four of us meet up at a local restaurant for brekkies quite often on Sunday mornings.
Or brekkers, as my DH calls it.
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Urban Dictionary: Brekkies

Brekkies. Another word for breakfast, but usually used in the context of a late night meal of breakfast foods after heavy alcohol consumption.
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Good mornin', Mutey friends. Have y'all seen this yet? It's called Chicago's Magical Piano:




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Thanks, Mike. How many times a day I reach for my iPhone to go googling! And when the phone is down for some reason, I feel like a double amputee!

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brekkies?? Possum, i'm afraid you'll have to define that one for me.
We call it "Brefcus" in our house cause that's the way my daughter used to said when she was little. There are a few other strange words that have stuck in our family language such as, Lets decorate the "Chripens Tree" or pass me a "nakin".
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Wow! Nine months to rett the moss before it can even be spun? That beats the time it takes for flax to be retted for linen! Now, you know I'm going to have to try this, you wicked woman, you! Look what you've started. DH will kill me first, and then you! Retting fibers is a stinky business, I understand, since another word for it might be "rotting", as in rotting away the outer tissues. Oh the things I have to do for professional curiosity, never mind the mutant variety. BTW, thanks for the link! Cheers! Sue
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