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Old 01-03-2014, 08:14 AM   #29
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"Breaking News"

Our local TV channel uses this slogan on EVERTHING. They will report on the same news story for three days straight and it's always "Breaking News" or "This Just In". Their weather program is named "Storm Tracker" weather. If it snows more than 1" of snow they call it a storm and feel they have to give it a catchy name like "Storm Agnes".

Drama and more drama. Give me a break.
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Old 01-03-2014, 11:18 AM   #30
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This totally awesome thread is literally, like epic

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Old 01-03-2014, 11:30 AM   #31
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This totally awesome thread is literally, like epic

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This has the makings for an EPIC thread
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IMO that reply is "like.... awesome!", or as my mother used to say, "the cat's pajamas".
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Old 01-03-2014, 12:45 PM   #33
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OK so "what's the bottom line"
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Whatever....

Reminds me of an incident years ago in military life. I was walking along with a CWO and we were approached by some enlisted. They saluted and said "Good Morning Sir!" and he replied, "And the same to you!"

I asked him why he always replied "And the same to you," and he said that when he was enlisted and had to salute an officer he would say, "Good morning sir!" and then follow it up in his mind with "You low life no good for nothing #(@*%^! " so he always replied "And the same to you."

So I say to you all, "And the same to you!"
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This may go viral!!! smh js
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Old 01-03-2014, 01:28 PM   #36
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I'll add my "I wish it would go away" phrase...

"Just say'n"

Then...just SAY it!
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Hey, I hear 'Epic' every day. my dd works of a company with that name that is creating medical software.
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I dropped many words from my vocab when we went F/T. Here is a rare repeat of of few.

Snow shovel.
Paint brush.
Lawn mower.
Real estate tax bill.

Words of epic proportion
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Without a prior utterance and usually after a presumed act of self accomplishment is followed by a "That's what I'm talking about"!
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Day above ground. powerboatr, see what you started? Bet you didn't think it would go this far.
One lousy day? So why not say " have a good three hundred and sixty five" or " have a good many" one lousy day tsk tsk tsk
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One lousy day? So why not say " have a good three hundred and sixty five" or " have a good many" one lousy day tsk tsk tsk
Then what would you say the rest of the year?
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