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Old 01-24-2014, 10:21 AM   #10207
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Ohhhhmmmms to those who are still under the weather. (Where does that phrase come from, anyhoo? My ponder for the day.) More ohhhhmmmms.


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Sue, I believe that come from sounds people use when meditating some say ommmmmmm others say nothing.... kind of a nice way to say we are thinking about you, sending you healing energy, and praying for you.

BUDDHIST CHANT - OM Mantra 2 hour meditation with Tibetan Monks - YouTube
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Old 01-24-2014, 11:07 AM   #10208
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Sue, I believe that come from sounds people use when meditating some say ommmmmmm others say nothing.... kind of a nice way to say we are thinking about you, sending you healing energy, and praying for you. BUDDHIST CHANT - OM Mantra 2 hour meditation with Tibetan Monks - YouTube
Sorry to be unclear. I meant "under the weather". Related to flying, maybe?

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Old 01-24-2014, 11:16 AM   #10209
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If you’ve ever heard someone say they’re “under the weather,” you may be surprised to find out this expression has nothing to do with hail, sleet or snow. People say “under the weather” to express that they’re feeling ill or unwell.
“Under the weather” is an idiom, which is a phrase whose meaning is different from the meaning of the words themselves.
Believe it or not, historians think this idiom comes from the sea. In the days before airplanes, people usually traveled by ship.
During storms, the seas would get rough, causing ships to rock back and forth. The rocking motion often caused passengers to become seasick.
Seasick passengers would head below deck to a lower point where the rocking was less noticeable. Passengers were thus forced under the deck by the weather… and the expression “under the weather” was born!
- See more at: Why Do People Say “Under the Weather”? | Wonderopolis
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It's 31 degrees here in the wonderful land of warmth and I'm in the house, "under the weather."

Tomorrow and a few days will be in the 60's.
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Thanks, Marty, and extra Ohhhhmmmms to Wayne. Not fair to be under the weather when said weather is nice!

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Old 01-24-2014, 01:52 PM   #10212
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Nice going on this thread or the other thread, or is there a third??? I can't keep up with the young Thread Hopper!
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Old 01-24-2014, 05:06 PM   #10214
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^^^ Whoohoo is right! Have a great time! Pictures or it didn't happen.

Btw - do you fish. Been wondering about splitting a guide with someone at the GC @ CL - but don't know if the lake is a good fishing lake or not etc.
Any lake is a good fishing lake, unless you insist on actually catching fish..
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They were billed as just a little band from Kansas - but what a great sound. Still touring in one mutation or another.
In my 1970/71 year at Kansas State, one of the band's GF lived 2 doors down from me in the dorm. Small world, 6 degrees type connection.
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Are you trawler-less? Living in a van down by the river?

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Any lake is a good fishing lake, unless you insist on actually catching fish..
I like fishing and catching. Catching is more rewarding.
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