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Old 01-01-2014, 11:18 AM   #9115
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Speaking of keeping one's "shape" here in Alabama (South) we ensure the physical bloom by starting the new year with black eyed peas, greens and cornbread. All seasoned with lots of pork in the form of BACON, ham and hog jowls! What's your New Year good luck food food?
We are starting a new tradition this year. We are heading to your house.

We do have black eyed peas going and some boneless country style ribs in the crock pot. Will put the crockpot in the MH sink and keep em going. See ya soon!
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Old 01-01-2014, 11:20 AM   #9116
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Ribs sound like a great addition...BTW we have plenty come on by..
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Old 01-01-2014, 11:27 AM   #9117
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We are starting a new tradition this year. We are heading to your house.

We do have black eyed peas going and some boneless country style ribs in the crock pot. Will put the crockpot in the MH sink and keep em going. See ya soon!
Oh me I see a RVM problem, I don't have a crock pot on board!
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Old 01-01-2014, 11:28 AM   #9118
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Oh me I see a RVM problem, I don't have a crock pot on board!
Wut? Something you dont have that you need? OMG you are a STM!

We bought 3 qt crockpot. Nuff for a nice chicken or any other yummies of such size.
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Old 01-01-2014, 11:41 AM   #9120
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So Leslie, what you are saying, if I may paraphrase, that Canada has no pennies and nobody misses them? A whole country of money mutants? Go figure!

Oh, and on the texting mitt -- what happens when it fogs up on the inside from body heat and moisture? Looks to me like another dumb idea that will get more dumb people walking into traffic. Hey, good plan! Natural selection will delete the gotta text nonstop types out of existence.
Yes, we have no pennies,(we do have bananas tho) in fact we don't miss them at all, our purses and pockets are lighter, only ones (loonies) and twos (toonies) left to weigh us down, you may in fact call us a 'penniless nation'

Here you will find all the others, some of them right up to the quarter
Read across the bottom to see what and when, we are the new kids on the block, some eliminated coins as early as the 1980's!

Countries that Eliminated Lowest Denominations Like the Penny | Copper Pennies

As for the mitt just plain stupid for a myriad of reasons, but someone will make $$ or ,(if better minds prevail ).. not!
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STM= Sick Twisted Mutants

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Means Sick Twisted Mutant, you STM! ;-)
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Ponder this... only 113 days until the GC@CL.

OMG, SO much to do, so little time. I must get busy...
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Happy New Year !!!!

Good Morning Mutey's

I have been up early reading all of these posts, and I am happy to find out that round is a shape, that means I qualify. It is also good to know that y'all know how to do greens !!! I hope Steve you have the menu all planned for the Curiosity.

Herb, I hope your carpet drys out but at least your fridge is still fridging and you didnt have to replace any of the magic that goes on behind it.

Our next door neighbors made it home from Michigan all safe and sound, and then we got back to the MH just in time for the celebrations at midnight, we had some bubbley and quiche, and then that evolved into wine and then it ended up with whiskey, I still havent quite figured that out.

I awoke to a grand and glorious morning as we have tuned in the Rose Bowl Parade, and, and, and we are going to watch Michigan State take on Stanford today for the Rose Bowl. Now the odds makers are betting against the Spartans, but I for one am hopeful that the Michigan State Spartans come out victorious.

And now seeing that it is after 12 noon in Michigan, I can begin drinking irresponsibly.

Cheers !!!
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Ponder this... only 113 days until the GC@CL.

OMG, SO much to do, so little time. I must get busy...
Morning Barb !!!

Ya can ya believe it !!!! only a 113 days for the first ever Grande Curiosity, the most curious curiosity of all, and the mother of all curiosities to follow.

Cheers !!!
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Means Sick Twisted Mutant, you STM! ;-)
Hey Dave !!!

I resemble that remark !!!!! thank you .....

Cheers !!!
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