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    I would just skip the eggs completely.

    Aren't bacon bits enough?
    113k on WIP! Someone tell me to shut up!

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    These days, only bacon gigabytes will do.

    Pieces of eight?

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    I dunno. All that financial stuff is just greek to me.

    Are you having a sterling morning?

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    Wait! You could exchange them for a bazillion euros!

    What price for sanity?

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    They are definitely out something.

    Should you put your Canadian meds collection up on ebay now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angie View Post
    You're a ray of sunshine in a dark and dreary world, swach.



    Into every life crap will fall. ó Anne Lamott


    Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didnít do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. ó Mark Twain

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    The answer is 'x*ln(x)-x+C'

    The question was . . . ?

    Calculus for 600, Alex. (Hint: use integration by parts)

    Yeah. I have an Applied Math degree. Got a problem with that?

    *dials down the 'cranky' knob*


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    Elementary, my dear Watson.

    Could you follow the thread directions and limit yourself to one stupid question and answer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angie View Post
    You're a ray of sunshine in a dark and dreary world, swach.



    Into every life crap will fall. ó Anne Lamott


    Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didnít do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. ó Mark Twain

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    Maybe.

    Coke, or Pepsi?


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    Are you insinuating my answers and questions are stupid?

    Tea, to answer MM. (Did I just make the situation worse?)

    Oh, Question and Answer

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    Okay. Another stupid noob question. How do I 'rep' somebody who gave me good feedback via SYW?

    Mike


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    Read this thread.
    http://www.absolutewrite.com/forums/...utation+points

    How do I rep Chuck Norris?

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    My fourth grandchild, newly arrived.

    So. How does this brain thing work?




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    Cute baby.

    Have you figured this game out yet, Mike?

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    Long ago, in a crowd tougher than this.

    http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2560

    Bought something online lately?


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    No.

    Do I dare click?

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    I didn't.

    Think my monitor might have blown up?

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    Yes.

    Excuse to upgrade?

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    I've been wanting one of them flat screens.

    Should I blow up my sound system, too?

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    Yes!

    Have you heard of surround sound?

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    I have!

    What is it with men that they will have you tripping on cords all over the house just so they can have their surround sound?

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    It is the text of Request For Comments 2560 (aka RFC2560), as published by the Internet Engineering Task Force. Yes, such a body of activity does exist. From the earliest days. Else, you wouldn't be here, doing what you're doing.

    ETA: What's a public key?


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    Oh!

    Kind of like my Tell-All book that features Kelly?

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    Tell.

    What's the backstory?


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    Once upon a time there was a back. . . . .

    William Tell?
    113k on WIP! Someone tell me to shut up!

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    I could hold up like Atlas.

    What about Athena?
    113k on WIP! Someone tell me to shut up!

    Severe allergic reaction to the slightest traces of reality

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