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Old 12-31-2013, 11:22 PM   #9087
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Happy New Year, may everyone enjoy good health and a prosperous year. Prosperous in mutant terms, good friends, some great meals, BACON and agood bottle of wine when the occasion arises about five everyday. Alan and Linda.
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Old 12-31-2013, 11:36 PM   #9088
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Came back in house to wait out the New Year, left Bon fire to the youngsters! Best part is the brush pile will be gone by morning!

Happy New Years!
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Old 01-01-2014, 12:02 AM   #9089
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Happy new year from OZ Land. Dunner you got 1:55 more to sleep!
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Old 01-01-2014, 12:26 AM   #9090
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Let me assure you I need more than a shop vac because the carpet in the entry to the bedroom and the carpet strip on the slide under kitchen counter is soaked. Shop vac got a little but I think I'm gonna need a commercial steam cleaner to suck up the water. We laid down towels and walked on them and the were saturated and carpet is still very wet.
Call a Carpet cleaner if not a restoration contractor. They can extract and clean your carpet at the same time. Fans would then evaporate remaining moisture.
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Happy New Beer! To al my fine and not so feathered friends.
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Old 01-01-2014, 12:35 AM   #9092
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Happy New Year everyone! However you celebrate be safe and the best of wishes!

For us, it's track time until the fireworks want us. Which they will since we are only a few blocks from the Strip.
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Old 01-01-2014, 12:49 AM   #9093
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Servepo is nation wide and can treat your carpet right.
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Old 01-01-2014, 12:55 AM   #9094
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We had good luck with Stanley Steemer carpet restoration. Very professional.

Oh yeah, the fog lifted and I can get Internet service again. I guess the locals are right about the fog messing with cell phone signals. Another hour before 2014 hits the west coast.
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Old 01-01-2014, 12:58 AM   #9095
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Stop! You've made me drool on the phone! So, talk to me about angel crust, please! Is there any chance if a gluten free version? Gotta know! Lemon is a favorite in this house, too, but I didn't know about lemon cream, just the meringue type. Mmm-mmmmm! I just bought some Meyer lemons, so need to decide what yummy thing to do with them first. Cheers! Sue
Sue, angel crust is totally gluten free - egg whites, sugar, cream of tartar (optional) and finely chopped pecans if making a pie that would be good with nuts. It's really a meringue, just baked at low temp until crunchy.

If I had Meyer lemons, I would be making lemon curd. It's good as a cake filling, pie (see above) and is delicious on scones with clotted cream. I had a Meyer lemon tree when we lived in Los Angeles many years ago. Our neighbors had an avocado tree. We traded - they wanted lemons for tequila drinking and I wanted avocados for guacamole eating. Everybody wins!
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Old 01-01-2014, 01:00 AM   #9096
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Again - in no way endorsing or recommending - sativa - sort of rhymes with stevia - which was legalized for registered medical patients in the state of New Mexico - our Texas neighbor to the West in 2007. The

Approved Conditions: The 15 current qualifying conditions for medical cannabis are: severe chronic pain, painful peripheral neuropathy, intractable nausea/vomiting, severe anorexia/cachexia, hepatitis C infection, Crohn's disease, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), cancer, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, damage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord with intractable spasticity, epilepsy, HIV/AIDS, and hospice patients.

When my aunt was going through her several bouts of chemotherapy (Washington state) she tried it in several forms (never smoke) but was allergic to it. She said it helped with her nausea and she could eat but it immediately clogged her head up and she did not think it worth it for her. She put up a great fight and for those who do not know - she is the namesake of Bonita Bounder.

If you look closely at this picture - you can see Bonita returning to mother earth and sister sea.
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Again - not endorsing or seeking comment. It really was a play on words. Perhaps a bad one but has lead to me remember my Bonita at New Years!

Happy New Year to All.
It was only bad for me since I didn't understand it, sorry, because it was most clever I am glad it did trigger your aunt and her valiant fight,and I am sure many good and happy memories....
Province of Ontario I believe are also going on board with this medication for these diseases. In my humble opinion if it is the only thing to take qwqy the pain, them it is a good thing... but as we know someone or somemany will come along and mess it all up for those who legitimately need it.... lets hope not.

All said, 3min to 2014 and to all a good night and I raise my cup of hot lemon in toast for your good health and continuing safe journey through the coming year.... 'chimo'
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Happy New Year.

You wouldn't believe all the gunshots at midnight, and they're still going off at 15 minutes after. So much for Shannon's law.

"Shannon's law is named after Shannon Smith, a fourteen-year-old Phoenix girl killed by a stray bullet in June 1999."

It's a felony to discharge a gun in the air in AZ. People are so stupid. Hope they get caught. Glendale, AZ has a system that can pinpoint the locations of gunshots. Sure wish Phx would get it.
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Happy New Year everyone!!!!!

Got this pic from my son!!! It sure made my night!

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Happy New Year 2014! I hope we all have a year much better than the last.
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... Going kayaking in the morning. What a great way to start the year! Wish y'all could come along too! I'll prolly wind up in the drink getting out, so it will be wonderful entertainment. For some folks!

Cheers, and happy happy!
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What kind of kayak do you have? Back in the day (so long ago) we had two old town kayaks but when we adopted out kids we had to go to canoes because they were old enough (8 & 10) to be in a boat by themselves. We had 15 yrs of great canoeing before we moved on to something else.
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