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Permagrin
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:39
Ummm....no. I drive a Silverado....Charger is at the dealership :rolleyes:

well, it was a good choice to "pseudo" slide Robert...the new chargers are saweeet!!

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:40
Wanda and I are bringing our kidlets to Orlando in January for Disney/dolphin fun Maxifus. We were hoping to meet you as well, perhaps shoot some photos if it is OK with your mother.

cool, im pretty sure I could go:)

Skrim17
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:41
cool beans!

3Turner
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:43
Good go! keep practicing! I think there is warm potential there.

and remember- some of us really love the Jackie Chan out takes. ;)
But Jackie Chan can...:lol:
ROFLOL!!! Tell me your charger isn't orange. :lol: :lol: :lol:
What's wrong with Orange?? If I had one, of the same year as the imortalized Charger body...it would be Orange. Maybe black.

well, it was a good choice to "pseudo" slide Robert...the new chargers are saweeet!!
I personally like the old one....new one is okay...but the wife does not like Dodge for some reason.

Out for a few...have to put Evan to bed real quick.

wu_wei0
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:43
LOL Wu!!! My favorite part of the movie!
Me too! I used to have every Jackie Chan film ever made. I sure wish I'd kept them when I moved.

Skrim17
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:43
How is he feeling Robert? Back to normal I hope.

wu_wei0
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:45
But Jackie Chan can...:lol:

but not every time! How are we to know that wasn't just an out take?

puddlepirate44
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:45
Puds, I think that's SO awesome that you are the official cartoonist for POTN book II.
Are you going to include cartoons of the past, or are you drawing up something new for the occasion?

I think they want me to draw some new stuff.... more photographic based. There's no way TR's would make any sense to anyone outside these chat threads. I've got a while before I have to submit anything.

Dan, tell me, just how skeered should I be of that look of Permie's? :D

Yeah. If you look carefully, the lines are a little squirrelly 'cuz I was skeered.

Actually, it's the prison yard that should be scared....

Off to do my chores.

*Lumbers off toward Jeep, runs into spare tire on back, slugs the spare tire with fist causing a wrenched wrist, attempts to jump over hood, causing unsightly damage to sheet metal and a bruised butt cheek, rolling unceremoniously onto the ground on the other side, getting grass stains on knees, standing up and hitting back of head on side mirror making stars appear in vision, unlocking and opening car door, attempting to jump in, but miscalculating the door jamb and bouncing side of skull off of the weather strip, sits in seat and tries the muscle flexing technique, but forgetting that the flexing technique lost its appeal twelve years ago. Starts Jeep, drives off to Starbucks, hanging head.

"Blasted Zane."*

cfpackerfan
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:46
*Lumbers off toward Jeep, runs into spare tire on back, slugs the spare tire with fist causing a wrenched wrist, attempts to jump over hood, causing unsightly damage to sheet metal and a bruised butt cheek, rolling unceremoniously onto the ground on the other side, getting grass stains on knees, standing up and hitting back of head on side mirror making stars appear in vision, unlocking and opening car door, attempting to jump in, but miscalculating the door jamb and bouncing side of skull off of the weather strip, sits in seat and tries the muscle flexing technique, but forgetting that the flexing technique lost its appeal twelve years ago. Starts Jeep, drives off to Starbucks, hanging head.

"Blasted Zane."*

ROFLOL!!! http://img386.imageshack.us/img386/2363/happy8km.gifhttp://img386.imageshack.us/img386/2363/happy8km.gifhttp://img386.imageshack.us/img386/2363/happy8km.gif

wu_wei0
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:48
I was skeered.

. . . .

Off to do my chores.

*Lumbers off toward Jeep, runs into spare tire on back, slugs the spare tire with fist causing a wrenched wrist, attempts to jump over hood, causing unsightly damage to sheet metal and a bruised butt cheek, rolling unceremoniously onto the ground on the other side, getting grass stains on knees, standing up and hitting back of head on side mirror making stars appear in vision, unlocking and opening car door, attempting to jump in, but miscalculating the door jamb and bouncing side of skull off of the weather strip, sits in seat and tries the muscle flexing technique, but forgetting that the flexing technique lost its appeal twelve years ago. Starts Jeep, drives off to Starbucks, hanging head.

"Blasted Zane."*

That was cute. KInd of an Inspector Clouseau/Buster Keaton go at it.

Yea Pudsy!!

starbucks, huh? no wonder you are scared and leaving the house!

T.D.
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:48
I think they want me to draw some new stuff.... more photographic based. There's no way TR's would make any sense to anyone outside these chat threads. I've got a while before I have to submit anything.



Yeah. If you look carefully, the lines are a little squirrelly 'cuz I was skeered.

Actually, it's the prison yard that should be scared....

Off to do my chores.

*Lumbers off toward Jeep, runs into spare tire on back, slugs the spare tire with fist causing a wrenched wrist, attempts to jump over hood, causing unsightly damage to sheet metal and a bruised butt cheek, rolling unceremoniously onto the ground on the other side, getting grass stains on knees, standing up and hitting back of head on side mirror making stars appear in vision, unlocking and opening car door, attempting to jump in, but miscalculating the door jamb and bouncing side of skull off of the weather strip, sits in seat and tries the muscle flexing technique, but forgetting that the flexing technique lost its appeal twelve years ago. Starts Jeep, drives off to Starbucks, hanging head.

"Blasted Zane."*

Why would you go to Starbucks when you've got the Caffeinator 3000 in the kitchen??

Becky N
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:49
*Lumbers off toward Jeep, runs into spare tire on back, slugs the spare tire with fist causing a wrenched wrist, attempts to jump over hood, causing unsightly damage to sheet metal and a bruised butt cheek, rolling unceremoniously onto the ground on the other side, getting grass stains on knees, standing up and hitting back of head on side mirror making stars appear in vision, unlocking and opening car door, attempting to jump in, but miscalculating the door jamb and bouncing side of skull off of the weather strip, sits in seat and tries the muscle flexing technique, but forgetting that the flexing technique lost its appeal twelve years ago. Starts Jeep, drives off to Starbucks, hanging head.

"Blasted Zane."*

http://performancephoto.us/images/Curtsgallery/rotfl.gif

Permagrin
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:50
okay, someone tell me why Dan is out wrestling with his jeep? :lol:

Skrim17
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:51
As long as he doesn't light his hair on fire your OK Permi!

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:52
I got homecomming clothes today:rolleyes:, I had NO control over my mom and her style:lol:

Skrim17
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:53
Come on Max, put them on and take some snaps!

Becky N
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:54
I got homecomming clothes today:rolleyes:, I had NO control over my mom and her style:lol:

Come on Max, put them on and take some snaps!

Yeah, Max, we want to see.

Skrim17
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:55
I went to a small private HS and a humongous private university, both in Manhattan. There was no prom, no homecoming, no sports teams in HS and only a basketball team in college. I feel very cheated!

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:55
Come on Max, put them on and take some snaps!

*shrugs shoulders* :o:o:o

wu_wei0
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:57
I got homecomming clothes today:rolleyes:, I had NO control over my mom and her style:lol:

Come on Max, put them on and take some snaps!

Yeah, Max, we want to see.
geez. . .moms!:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

come on Maxy. You owe me. ;)

cfpackerfan
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:57
okay, someone tell me why Dan is out wrestling with his jeep? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Peer pressure.

cfpackerfan
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:57
C'mon Max. We want to see.

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 21:58
geez. . .moms!:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

come on Maxy. You owe me. ;)

tommorow;)

3Turner
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:01
All right...that was quick.

How is he feeling Robert? Back to normal I hope.Yeah...he beat whatever it was that was making him ill....but my wife caught soon after :lol:

but not every time! How are we to know that wasn't just an out take?Cause Jackie Chan can...he just can:lol:

*Lumbers off toward Jeep, runs into spare tire on back, slugs the spare tire with fist causing a wrenched wrist, attempts to jump over hood, causing unsightly damage to sheet metal and a bruised butt cheek, rolling unceremoniously onto the ground on the other side, getting grass stains on knees, standing up and hitting back of head on side mirror making stars appear in vision, unlocking and opening car door, attempting to jump in, but miscalculating the door jamb and bouncing side of skull off of the weather strip, sits in seat and tries the muscle flexing technique, but forgetting that the flexing technique lost its appeal twelve years ago. Starts Jeep, drives off to Starbucks, hanging head.

"Blasted Zane."*
:lol::lol: Sounds like my twin...exactly what I would do if I could have just gotten over the panel.
okay, someone tell me why Dan is out wrestling with his jeep?
He thought you were Daisy and was trying to impress you. :rolleyes:
*shrugs shoulders*
Couldn't be any worse than your previous TF attempts. ;):p

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:01
C'mon Max. We want to see.

my outfit isnt complete.....next on the list:


expensive pens and notebook for shirt pocket
extremely shiny shoes
grease to come hair sideways
glasses
1 copy of "how not to dance like a white guy for dummy's"

cfpackerfan
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:04
my outfit isnt complete.....next on the list:

expensive pens and notebook for shirt pocket
extremely shiny shoes
grease to come hair sideways
glasses
1 copy of "how not to dance like a white guy for dummy's"LOL!!!! :lol:

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:04
Couldn't be any worse than your previous TF attempts. ;):p

true......actually it doesnt look THAT bad.....it just has that little kid at a wedding look:confused::)

Skrim17
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:05
Make sure you get a pocket protector if your putting pens in there!

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:09
Make sure you get a pocket protector if your putting pens in there!

yeah, its comming back into style

3Turner
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:13
true......actually it doesnt look THAT bad.....it just has that little kid at a wedding look:confused::)
awwww....que cute. Do the glasses you need to get look like the big black plastic with thick coke bottle lenses? If so, you also need to put on your list white medical tape to pad the bridge of the glasses.:rolleyes::p

puddlepirate44
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:17
http://PuddlePirate-Photography.smugmug.com/photos/203002503-L.jpg

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:17
awwww....que cute. Do the glasses you need to get look like the big black plastic with thick coke bottle lenses? If so, you also need to put on your list white medical tape to pad the bridge of the glasses.:rolleyes::p


Oh yeah I forgot about that......then I should match my date......like this:

http://www.mmmchicago.com/images/80sprom.jpg

Skrim17
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:20
Awww Dan, we love you too!!

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:20
http://PuddlePirate-Photography.smugmug.com/photos/203002503-L.jpg


hehehehehe:lol::lol:

Permagrin
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:21
http://PuddlePirate-Photography.smugmug.com/photos/203002503-L.jpg

awwww


http://tuppervilleranch.com/comics/6intropermie.jpg

wu_wei0
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:22
http://PuddlePirate-Photography.smugmug.com/photos/203002503-L.jpg
Dan- you are your own kinda cool!
If you were like Zane, where would we get OUR Dan???:confused:

puddlepirate44
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:22
awwww

Wow. That's an oldie. :shock:

wu_wei0
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:22
Oh yeah I forgot about that......then I should match my date......like this:

http://www.mmmchicago.com/images/80sprom.jpg
Cute, Don't forget we want pics!

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:22
awww......sniff......its

lub

3Turner
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:24
http://PuddlePirate-Photography.smugmug.com/photos/203002503-L.jpg
Dude...that is too funny! I'm laughing WITH you...not AT you.:lol::lol:

Oh yeah I forgot about that......then I should match my date......like this:

http://www.mmmchicago.com/images/80sprom.jpg
Yeah...sumpthin' like that. But not the plaid shirt or the cabbage patch kid :rolleyes:

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:24
is there anything else important i will need for my flash besides a stofen?

wu_wei0
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:24
awww......sniff......its

lub

TWU lub!

puddlepirate44
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:25
Awww Dan, we love you too!!

Dan- you are your own kinda cool!
If you were like Zane, where would we get out Dan???:confused:

ok. *sniff* thanks....

3Turner
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:26
awww......sniff......its

lub
*hands Maxy a hankie*

Becky N
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:27
http://PuddlePirate-Photography.smugmug.com/photos/203002503-L.jpg

Of course not, but; Zane won't be cool like Dan either. You have your own unique coolness.

Becky N
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:28
Dan- you are your own kinda cool!
If you were like Zane, where would we get OUR Dan???:confused:

See, told you, Wu thinks so too.:D

3Turner
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:28
Pass it to Dan when your done with it.

puddlepirate44
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:29
Of course not, but; Zane won't be cool like Dan either. You have your own unique coolness.

Aww... now you're making me blush. :o

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:29
*hands Maxy a hankie*

*takes hankie* *tries to give it back* *robert imediately says keep it:shock:*

puddlepirate44
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:32
Pass it to Dan when your done with it.

No way. I'm a real man. I'll use my shirt sleeve.


Trivia Fact: Ever see those buttons that are sewn onto the sleeves of Naval Uniforms? British or American? That tradition started with Adm. Nelson; he would sew buttons onto the sleeves of the midshipmen (they were pretty young back then.... 13-15 years old) as a way to keep them from wiping their noses on their uniform sleeves.

Becky N
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:35
Later folks, my eyes are slamm'n big time here.

G'Nite cool people.

Permagrin
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:37
G'night Becky....and g'night the rest of you.

What a fun night...you guys are the best!

I was super down today and you all cheered me up :) so thanks and 'night.

3Turner
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:39
No way. I'm a real man. I'll use my shirt sleeve.


Trivia Fact: Ever see those buttons that are sewn onto the sleeves of Naval Uniforms? British or American? That tradition started with Adm. Nelson; he would sew buttons onto the sleeves of the midshipmen (they were pretty young back then.... 13-15 years old) as a way to keep them from wiping their noses on their uniform sleeves.
Was wondering what that crusty stuff was....at least use the inside of the shirt. Like me, I use the inside of the shirt tail :rolleyes:

Night Becky and Lisa....maybe when you come back you'll see the pano I am gonna post up ;)

Maxed Out
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:41
night everyone

3Turner
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 22:43
night Max

cfpackerfan
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:01
http://PuddlePirate-Photography.smugmug.com/photos/203002503-L.jpg

Awww Dan. You know we love you too.

3Turner
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:03
Okay...I know these are a little...umm...little, but I am working on getting a gallery set up. Spoke to the wife and we both agreed on setting up with smug mug...when its all done, I'll post larger sizes of each.

First one is the view from my balcony - 6 pics

Second one is the view of Medina Lake 4 miles from my home...but not visible from it:confused: - 8 pics

short5
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:10
Peeks in embarrassed with ears burning:oops::oops:

short5
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:12
Not a warming flower, but a flower in celebration, anyway.


Pretty in pink;)Beautiful Wu, thanks
:shock:

:shock: :shock:

:shock::shock:

That's what I said!! :shock:
:shock:

puddlepirate44
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:12
Peeks in embarrassed with ears burning:oops::oops:

You're so cool.

misspix
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:24
OOoohhh the ladies will straighten those wayward bulls and crazy polar bear out!
Mmm-hmm. *hands on hips with eyebrow cocked*
Look at his head for heaven's sake, you already know he's hot! The jeans and sliding just add to the glow, happily married or not.
Indeed. :)
[quote=puddlepirate44;4047025]http://PuddlePirate-Photography.smugmug.com/photos/203002503-L.jpg
Awwww, Dan...you are loved {{{Dan}}}
Dan- you are your own kinda cool!
If you were like Zane, where would we get OUR Dan:confused:
Yeah! Thank you Wu, I couldn't come up with the right words ;)

Just a quick like pop in I am at my sisters for the night with a few moments free.



And :shock: :) @ Deb! :lol:

And Wu is right, hot is hot ;)

short5
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:27
oooh yeah- esp in snug button fly jeans!!:D How do you know my closure system:confused:

To balance my pig, here's a nice flahrGASP, nice


Have you SEEN the pic of him in front of his truck?? Gee, post one shot of yourself in your twenties:oops:


Wu shoots flower porn.
Makes Zane (and apparently, Deb) warm.
:lol:

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y116/skrim/nextone/zane.jpg LMBO

ZANE:

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showpost.php?p=4030093&postcount=3367

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showpost.php?p=4030096&postcount=3368
Great shots, you got it done in cwappy lighting!
.

"Blasted Zane."* Just draw yourself sliding over the hood. Thats all I 've done:lol:

http://PuddlePirate-Photography.smugmug.com/photos/203002503-L.jpg I'll never be able to draw like Puds *sigh*:p

puddlepirate44
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:30
I'll never be able to draw like Puds *sigh*:p

:p ;)

Off to bed, mates. Until tomorrow....

short5
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:30
Nighto Dano

misspix
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:32
Night Dan. And Zane, I am off for bed meself.

short5
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:52
Night guys I am off to rest my big head *Climbs through creaky door of '76 ford pick up and rumbles down dusty lane*

cfpackerfan
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:54
Wait... there are danglies that need to be resolved. I mean, danglie posts. I mean....

ZANE, you have to repost that shot for those who haven't seen it. :lol: I couldn't find it.

wu_wei0
1st of October 2007 (Mon), 23:59
Wait... there are danglies that need to be resolved. I mean, danglie posts. I mean....

ZANE, you have to repost that shot for those who haven't seen it. :lol: I couldn't find it.zane took his danglies and went home:(

neil_r
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 01:20
I have just tried to catch up and failed, it takes so long. I have been bitten by the "must change your avatar" bug, but I went for something uniquely British :-)

Pete
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 03:10
"My brain hurts!!!"

thomascanty
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 03:25
do you put mustard on your steak? :shock:

I never tried that. Should I? :shock:

I shall take a moment to point out I got not one song and/or dance at 7000 which I apparently hit 13 useless posts ago. I am unloved:confused:

Awww. I shoulda been online earlier. I coulda made my banana dance for you...

You are far from unloved, Glow Boy. :p
I danced. But I couldn't share it in public. ;)

If you can't share that video, why should I share my Pop Rocks video with you? :rolleyes:

Mgdh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 03:53
I doesn't look real bad Zane. To me you might try backing off the exposure a tad. I too think there may be a bit of shake there. Do you use a monopod for this type stuff, I know I would for sure.

Lisa, some great shots in there. Between the 3 of you there are more than enough to put a great album together. :)


I agree a monopod is great in lots of these situations. However, if the ground itself is shaking - as it can when loads of horses are thundering past...

And a big http://newquay-plus.co.uk/POTN/smilies/yeahthat.jpg to your comment to Lisa, too.

Thanks!
I need to get a hold of that car at the right time of day though. 3:00 in the afternoon in not the right time of day.

Here is another one from today.

http://www.24zero.com/Z/David-001-pst.jpg

Are they hoping to 'Live Long and Prosper' in that business behind the car Jamie. I suspect that their work is out of this world, as illogical as that may sound.

no monopod and shutters above 1/1000. Shake should not be an issue, right?

It still can...


I have had action shots at 1/1000 with camera(me) shake, especially while trying to follow the action. Using a monopod has really improved my number of keepers in some situations.

... Ah. Yeah, that.

"My brain hurts!!!"

In much pain there, Pete?

'sup?

BearLeeAlive
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 06:52
Good Day Everybody :)
I agree a monopod is great in lots of these situations. However, if the ground itself is shaking - as it can when loads of horses are thundering past...
Never thought of that. I guess using the body as a shock absorber would actually help in that type of situation.

Becky N
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 07:09
Okay...I know these are a little...umm...little, but I am working on getting a gallery set up. Spoke to the wife and we both agreed on setting up with smug mug...when its all done, I'll post larger sizes of each.


Nice panos. I've started one of Jackson Hole that I need to get back to and finish. It is only 4 shots as I shot landscape. From what I've recently read it may have been better if I shot portrait. Gives me an excuse to try again and there is a place in our conservation district where I can try it out.

You will like having a gallery. Looking forward to more shots. Nice view you have too.

G'MAE all. Pete, sorry your brain hurts. Will you be able to take anything for it this evening.;)

Mgdh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 07:12
that's what makes it so insidious, it is a catchy tune and very dancable and they keep repeating suicidal over and over!

Still catching up - wanted to comment on this song - we keep hearing it on the radio over here. My kids, aged 8 and 4 go round the house singing that they are 'suicidal' every so often. If I hear it come on now, I change the channel. It is a very catchy tune but I think the record companies ought to take some responsibility and not release these songs as singles. Leave them on the album maybe...

Good Day Everybody :)

Never thought of that. I guess using the body as a shock absorber would actually help in that type of situation.

IS would be great in that situation I should imagine - one day I'll be able to find out...

Guineh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 07:15
TWU lub!

There's a university in Denton with the initials of TWU ... I can't help but think of it every time I see that sequence of letters.

I know why orchid is called orchid, I know the root of the name of the flower. What I can't figure out is why it... uhm... appears more female, than ... uhh... male...

Ahem.. anyway, that's my digression of the morning.

Becky N
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 07:32
I know why orchid is called orchid, I know the root of the name of the flower. What I can't figure out is why it... uhm... appears more female, than ... uhh... male...

Evolution of the species in its native area. The plant evolved to attract the pollenators.

That or it read a lot of fashion magazines trying to be more attractive...:D;)

BearLeeAlive
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 07:45
The plant evolved to attract the pollenators.
Viva la pollinators. :)

Mgdh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 07:50
Quick hello... I have SAP traning this morning so I will be GONE till around noon!

Hope everyone has a GMAE! :)

Are you implementing SAP or is it already running? If you're implementing it, get ready for 6 months of sorting it out.

Glad all of you guy/gals are helping out with the book! Thanks bunches!

http://newquay-plus.co.uk/POTN/smilies/yeahthat.jpg :D:D:D

...

Ultra-light (http://www.eaa.org/ultralights/) shelter boy

Wow. Impressive multiquote there, Zane!

I shall take a moment to point out I got not one song and/or dance at 7000 which I apparently hit 13 useless posts ago. I am unloved:confused:

Congrats on the totally meaningless figure of 7000 posts, which is totally different from 7000 meaningless posts ;):lol:

G'mae all.

Not smooshed - catching up alert.


Wow. I've caught up to myself last night. I might even get caught up the remainder of the way before the end of the week!

thomascanty
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 07:53
Are you implementing SAP or is it already running? If you're implementing it, get ready for 6 months of sorting it out.

Ok, so just what is SAP, anyway? (I still haven't figured out Six Sigma, either...)

Guineh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 08:12
I think Six Sigma is some management mumbo-jumbo used to weed out the sane candidates, based on my reading.

SAP is some complex business management customer management and planning application. Used by sales droids and management zombies.

thomascanty
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 08:21
I'm just glad I don't have to deal with either one.

Guineh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 08:32
Me to!

Skrim17
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 08:56
G'mae all!!

Guineh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 09:21
'ello, Crissa :)

Skrim17
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 09:35
Lovin' the vampire guinnea Mike. I want to take a better pick of my cat with his hat on for my avi.

Guineh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 09:38
Hehe, Will Puck tolerate the chicken hat again?

Permagrin
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 09:45
G'mae all :)

I missed this before

Hi Lisa :D The wedding went :lol: We got rained on a few times, nothing horrid, but enough to have to re-arrange food and such. I haven't even started going through photo's yet. I had a horrendous headache yesterday and until about 9:30 last night the computer screen was just too bright for me. Nikkie saved the day when she started placing and posing folks. If I ever get roped into another one of these things, she *will* attend as my assistant! She has tons more people skills than I do in these situations. Example: Me posing folk: "You. In the dress. Over there." Nikki posing folK; 'Hmmm, lets try the bride here, Emily one foot forward...tilt your head just slightly toward me..mmhhmm, thats it...." and so on. :lol:

I'm glad it went well for you :)
I'm hoping that we'll get to see some shots! (and hope your head is better) Good for Nikki (posing is definitely a learned skill...I think anyway ;) ).

3Turner
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 09:55
Good morning folks. ;)

Nice panos. I've started one of Jackson Hole that I need to get back to and finish. It is only 4 shots as I shot landscape. From what I've recently read it may have been better if I shot portrait. Gives me an excuse to try again and there is a place in our conservation district where I can try it out.

You will like having a gallery. Looking forward to more shots. Nice view you have too.

Thanks Becky. I was messing around last night with the shots I intend to put up in the gallery...I think I am in for a lot of time to complie. Gonna do slowly, but will have it done little by little.

I never thought of shooting a pano in portrait. Now that I think about it...it makes sense so as to be able to get as much scenery possible in the vertical orientation.

misspix
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 10:44
Ok, so just what is SAP, anyway? (I still haven't figured out Six Sigma, either...)

I just h eard Six Sigma yesterday :confused: I really hate all the catch words and phrases lobbied about at sales meetings and corporate get togethers. Apparently 'Peridime" is another popular phrase this year :rolleyes: I swear if I hear 'at the end of the day', 'outside the box' or any other meaningless gathering of corporate speak, I shall scream. Loudly. G'mae all :)

I missed this before



I'm glad it went well for you :)
I'm hoping that we'll get to see some shots! (and hope your head is better) Good for Nikki (posing is definitely a learned skill...I think anyway ;) ).

Thanks, Lisa. I am hoping to start working on photo's tomorrow :D There are a couple that I have high hopes for. One in particular when Jaiydann (flower girl) decided to go the wrong way at a toddler run. It was hysterical! :lol:

Guineh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 10:56
I'm really lamenting the fact that I had to take down an image someone favorited on flickr. But, what is done, had to be done... sadly.

3Turner
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:01
Was that due to the earlier situation Mike?

Mgdh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:06
I think Six Sigma is some management mumbo-jumbo used to weed out the sane candidates, based on my reading.

SAP is some complex business management customer management and planning application. Used by sales droids and management zombies.

I think that's what SAP is, Guineh ;)

We don't use it but several of our suppliers have implemented it. Each time, it has resulted in between three and six months disruption while it is settled in. It will not allow them to send out stock, even if they have it physically, if it is not on the system.

I'm sure it is very powerful and very good. However, like you and Lonnie, I'm glad I don't have to deal with it.

I just h eard Six Sigma yesterday :confused: I really hate all the catch words and phrases lobbied about at sales meetings and corporate get togethers. Apparently 'Peridime" is another popular phrase this year :rolleyes: I swear if I hear 'at the end of the day', 'outside the box' or any other meaningless gathering of corporate speak, I shall scream. Loudly.

Thanks, Lisa. I am hoping to start working on photo's tomorrow :D There are a couple that I have high hopes for. One in particular when Jaiydann (flower girl) decided to go the wrong way at a toddler run. It was hysterical! :lol:

At the end of the day, Terri, we've all got to pull together to beat this. I'm sure if we can think outside the box we can achieve a six sigma level of efficiency in combating this corporate speak. After all, there is no 'I' in team ;)

*runs and hides*

Skrim17
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:14
LOL!! Mark's looking for a beating.

Guineh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:18
Was that due to the earlier situation Mike?

Yup... Picture depicted wife and son reading a book together. One of my most popular images. Because it depicts wife and son, it had to be made private.

At the end of the day, Terri, we've all got to pull together to beat this. I'm sure if we can think outside the box we can achieve a six sigma level of efficiency in combating this corporate speak. After all, there is no 'I' in team ;)

*runs and hides*

Back when I was out of a job, and quickly running out of money, Six Sigma thoroughly pissed me off. Everyone wanted a Six Sigma Blackbelt (tm) certified software developer. I really think it was a way of cutting down the number of applicants (This was in 2002 when there were plenty of software folks without jobs, and almost no jobs) I read up on the Six Sigma, and it seemed asinine to require it. I applied for the jobs anyway... :p (Not that that did any good...)

Guineh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:19
LOL!! Mark's looking for a beating.

Where's the popcorn smiley when I need it? :D

cfpackerfan
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:23
Okay...I know these are a little...umm...little, but I am working on getting a gallery set up. Spoke to the wife and we both agreed on setting up with smug mug...when its all done, I'll post larger sizes of each.

First one is the view from my balcony - 6 pics

Second one is the view of Medina Lake 4 miles from my home...but not visible from it:confused: - 8 picsRobert, I'm so sorry I missed this last night. :oops: I promise I wasn't ignoring it.
I think the panos look great. I'll look forward to seeing them full size... smugmug is great, you'll love it.

Viva la pollinators. :)ROFL!


(posing is definitely a learned skill...I think anyway ;) ).MOST definitely. ;)

misspix
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:29
At the end of the day, Terri, we've all got to pull together to beat this. I'm sure if we can think outside the box we can achieve a six sigma level of efficiency in combating this corporate speak. After all, there is no 'I' in team ;)

*runs and hides*

http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/images/smilies/icon_bash.gif And, as the wise Happy Bunny would say, "There is no 'I' in team. But there is a 'Me'. :)

Mgdh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:33
Ow Ow Ow Ow.

;)

cfpackerfan
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:34
Happy Bunny. He is so wrong. And yet... I laugh at all his 'cute' little comments.
Marian's keyboard is Happy Bunny. I should take a pic of it for you. :lol:

cfpackerfan
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:38
HAHA I was doing a search for Happy Bunny to link to in case some of you didn't know what we were talking about, and found THIS (https://www.blackjackinc.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=1640)

theague
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:46
Howdy all...

Today is my Anniversary :) I did NOT forget either! Mrs Wifey bought me a bottle of whisky too. :)

misspix
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:47
HAHA I was doing a search for Happy Bunny to link to in case some of you didn't know what we were talking about, and found THIS (https://www.blackjackinc.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=1640)

LOL! I love Happy Bunny. He is so baaaaaaaad!

cfpackerfan
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:47
Happy anniversary Kody and Mrs Ague!!!

theague
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 11:48
THanks Cat. :) I wish I wasn't at work.

Becky N
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:08
Today is my Anniversary :) I did NOT forget either! Mrs Wifey bought me a bottle of whisky too. :)

Congratulations and Happy Anniversary. I probably should know this, if I do, it is hiding in my gray matter, how many years?

Becky N
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:11
Speaking of anniversaries, Curt E-Mailed me to day, subject line "Christmas is Coming"...I reminded him we stil haven't decided on an anniversary gift, ours was 8 months ago. :rolleyes: We buy something we both will utilize for our gift to one another.

theague
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:17
Congratulations and Happy Anniversary. I probably should know this, if I do, it is hiding in my gray matter, how many years?

it's been 3 years and thanks :) I'm looking forward to another good year!

thomascanty
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:20
The B-2 Stealth Bomber (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B-2_Spirit) just flew over the building here... :D

That thing sure is quiet! I've heard sailplanes make more noise than that thing.

BearLeeAlive
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:20
You know you've been together a while when........
We buy something we both will utilize for our gift to one another.:)



Happy Anniversary K&A :)

thomascanty
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:21
You know you've been together a while when........

And they still haven't bought it eight months later! :lol:

Happy anniversary, Kody!

misspix
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:23
Happy Anniversary Kody and Wife :D

Miniflash
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:30
Gmae ~
Happy anniversary Kody ..wish you many more happy fun filled wonderous years :)

theague
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:30
Happy Anniversary K&A :)


Happy anniversary, Kody!

Happy Anniversary Kody and Wife :D

Happy anniversary Kody ..wish you many more happy fun filled wonderous years

Thanks a lot :) Seems Jim pays attention, although I don't know when I might have revealed my wife's name or initals... :)

thomascanty
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:31
Thanks a lot :) Seems Jim pays attention, although I don't know when I might have revealed my wife's name or initals... :)

You mentioned it a few months ago when you posted her picture, I believe. I'd forgotten her name, though.

Becky N
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:33
You know you've been together a while when........
:)

Yep, 16 years and counting.

Permagrin
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:37
I just h eard Six Sigma yesterday I really hate all the catch words and phrases lobbied about at sales meetings and corporate get togethers. Apparently 'Peridime" is another popular phrase this year :rolleyes: I swear if I hear 'at the end of the day', 'outside the box' or any other meaningless gathering of corporate speak, I shall scream. Loudly.

Thanks, Lisa. I am hoping to start working on photo's tomorrow :D There are a couple that I have high hopes for. One in particular when Jaiydann (flower girl) decided to go the wrong way at a toddler run. It was hysterical!

I'm sure they'll be great (photos Terri)...and really, at the end of the day, if you are thinking outside the box when you process, you'll be on board. *ain't I a stinker* :lol::lol:

Robert, I'm so sorry I missed this last night. :oops: I promise I wasn't ignoring it.
I think the panos look great. I'll look forward to seeing them full size... smugmug is great, you'll love it.

ROFL!

MOST definitely. ;)

:)

and Yes Robert, the panos are very nice (I didn't see them either).

LOL! I love Happy Bunny. He is so baaaaaaaad!

oooh, I love happy bunny too...though in secret of course. :)

Happy anniversary Kody and Mrs Ague!!!

Many happy returns of the day Mr. and Mr's theAgue!

Permagrin
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:39
You know you've been together a while when........
:)



....your spouse makes you a comic book character and you think it's funny ;)

(our 23rd is in a few days)

Mgdh
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:39
Howdy all...

Today is my Anniversary :) I did NOT forget either! Mrs Wifey bought me a bottle of whisky too. :)

Happy Anniversary Kody and Mrs Kody :D

Sounds like she knows you well... ;):lol:

Becky N
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:40
....your spouse makes you a comic book character and you think it's funny ;)

(our 23rd is in a few days)

And when is the wedding?

misspix
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:40
I'm sure they'll be great (photos Terri)...and really, at the end of the day, if you are thinking outside the box when you process, you'll be on board. *ain't I a stinker* :lol::lol:


:p Smarty pants :p :lol:

Permagrin
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:41
And when is the wedding?

...on the 28th. The kids chose October because both their parents were married in October.

misspix
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:41
*off to meeting. Meh*

thomascanty
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:43
(our 23rd is in a few days)

And, happy anniversary, PermaPuddle!

Your post made me think of those old "Love is..." comics. Are those still around? I remember them from the 70's.

thomascanty
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:44
Your post made me think of those old "Love is..." comics. Are those still around? I remember them from the 70's.

Yep... It is... (http://www.comicspage.com/loveis/)

Permagrin
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:44
And, happy anniversary, PermaPuddle!

Your post made me think of those old "Love is..." comics. Are those still around? I remember them from the 70's.

oh gosh, I remember those too :lol:

and our ann. isn't for a few days...it's weird to think that my oldest graduated from high school the same year Kody and Mrs. theAgue got married!!

theague
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:50
You mentioned it a few months ago when you posted her picture, I believe. I'd forgotten her name, though.
How my memory is failing me... and here's Lonnie to remind me! :lol:

Many happy returns of the day Mr. and Mr's theAgue! Thanks Permie!

Happy Anniversary Kody and Mrs Kody :D

Sounds like she knows you well... ;):lol:
She does, she learned a lot on our trip to Scotland... other than her, I am willing to spend LOTS of money on whisky and cameras. :) For me, I really have to like something to spend a lot on it.

...on the 28th. The kids chose October because both their parents were married in October. October is a good month for marriage. Somehow we managed to get 70-degree weather the day we got married... outSIDE! :shock:

Your post made me think of those old "Love is..." comics. Are those still around? I remember them from the 70's.
I must be "too sheltered" to know what this is... or was it the fact that I wasn't born... :rolleyes: :lol:

Pete
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:55
Just touching in. On a pretty intensive Microsoft course that's really taxing my poor inferior brain (Clicky for details (http://www.microsoft.com/learning/syllabi/en-us/2609Afinal.mspx)).

Forgive me for more being very communicative this week.

thomascanty
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:55
I must be "too sheltered" to know what this is... or was it the fact that I wasn't born... :rolleyes: :lol:

Well, I don't think that comic attained quite the same popularity as Frank Zappa... I'd bet most people never heard of it. :lol:

BearLeeAlive
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 12:56
Thanks a lot :) Seems Jim pays attention, although I don't know when I might have revealed my wife's name or initals... :)
She sent me money..:)
....your spouse makes you a comic book character and you think it's funny ;)
LMAO, funny, cute, but funny. :)

Athena
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:10
She sent me money..:)

:shock:

theague
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:13
Well, I don't think that comic attained quite the same popularity as Frank Zappa... I'd bet most people never heard of it. :lol:
:lol: I asked a few of my friends that are similar ages as me, some had heard of him, some hadn't. I'll chalk it up to a generation gap.

She sent me money..:)

LMAO, funny, cute, but funny. :) Sure she did... :lol:

:shock: I agree :shock:

Athena
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:15
I agree :shock:lol - Happy Anniversary Kody. :D

Becky N
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:16
...on the 28th. The kids chose October because both their parents were married in October.

That's what I had remembered.

BearLeeAlive
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:23
Sure she did... :lol:
Not to worry, I shan't give away her name. :cool:

3Turner
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:23
Robert, I'm so sorry I missed this last night. :oops: I promise I wasn't ignoring it.
I think the panos look great. I'll look forward to seeing them full size... smugmug is great, you'll love it.


and Yes Robert, the panos are very nice (I didn't see them either).
Uh huh....I don't beleive you two. Both of youse was droolin' on that Zane jump n slide across the hood of the charger in tight jeans and tight white t-shirt with bulging biceps...:lol::p

Today is my Anniversary I did NOT forget either! Mrs Wifey bought me a bottle of whisky too. Congrats on the anniversary!! So what did you get her?

Speaking of anniversaries, Curt E-Mailed me to day, subject line "Christmas is Coming"...I reminded him we stil haven't decided on an anniversary gift, ours was 8 months ago. :rolleyes: We buy something we both will utilize for our gift to one another.
How funny....my wife and I do the same. I hate doing that though....I want my own gift, for me, cause its mine!

The B-2 Stealth Bomber (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B-2_Spirit) just flew over the building here... :D

That thing sure is quiet! I've heard sailplanes make more noise than that thing.Pictures?? I've seen it also. Its damn quiet. It did a fly by during one of the airshows here awhile back.

I'm sure they'll be great (photos Terri)...and really, at the end of the day, if you are thinking outside the box when you process, you'll be on board. *ain't I a stinker*!
*snif* *snif* some thing smells funny in here and it ain't me:p

How my memory is failing me... and here's Lonnie to remind me! :lol: Marriage tends to do that to the males....forget to take out the trash, forget to put the toilet seat down, forget to mow the lawn, forget to wash the dishes, forget to pick up dirty cloths off the floor...don't forget to watch the game....forget to buy a birthday card until the day before and on and on.:rolleyes:

BearLeeAlive
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:29
Marriage tends to do that to the males....forget to take out the trash, forget to put the toilet seat down, forget to mow the lawn, forget to wash the dishes, forget to pick up dirty cloths off the floor...don't forget to watch the game....forget to buy a birthday card until the day before and on and on.:rolleyes:
You must not be married very long if you still remember to get a Birthday Card the day before. :lol:

theague
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:29
lol - Happy Anniversary Kody. :D
Thanks Athena. :)
Not to worry, I shan't give away her name. :cool:
Appreciated. :)


Congrats on the anniversary!! So what did you get her?

I guess this falls into the category of, that's for me to know and you not to find out. :p

thomascanty
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:31
it's weird to think that my oldest graduated from high school the same year Kody and Mrs. theAgue got married!!

I may have mentioned here before about the time I was reminiscing with a coworker about someone else I worked with when I was first hired. Someone had sent flowers to her at work, but she wasn't there when they arrived. She was very pregnant at the time and had gone home early. I knew where she lived, so I volunteered to take them to her on my way home.

The coworker I was telling this to was quiet for a minute or two while he mentally crunched a few numbers, then replied, "So, the baby she had should be graduating from high school this month."

That's the very moment I realized I was getting old. And this conversation happened several years ago... :confused::rolleyes:

:lol: I asked a few of my friends that are similar ages as me, some had heard of him, some hadn't. I'll chalk it up to a generation gap.

I'll always be confused by those gaps. Some things span centuries. Some don't even survive a generation... It doesn't seem to matter how popular they were at the time. :confused:

Jamie Holladay
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:41
stopping in to say hello.

theague
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:41
I used to love this at my last job... When I was in elementary school.. 2nd grade, I went to a different school while mine was being remodelled.... Years later, when working at my previous engineering job I found out that my company had done the Mech/Elec/Plum design on the school... I loved telling the project manager that I was IN school when It was remodelled. :) hehehe It made him feel old.

thomascanty
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:42
Pictures?? I've seen it also. Its damn quiet. It did a fly by during one of the airshows here awhile back.

I didn't get any. I was outside, walking Ashley at the time. The plane was gone by the time we got back inside where the camera is. I'm sure I'll have another chance, though. It's base is pretty close to where I live now, and it appears often.

I was chatting on MSN Messenger with Alan (where *is* he, anyway?!?) several months ago about another encounter I had with it. I was driving north last year on Highway 14 (about where I live now, but I didn't live here back then) when I saw it heading straight toward me. Suddenly, it banked left and instantly disappeared. Spooky. It's not only quiet, but it *is* stealthy, too! At the right angle, it's completely invisible.

While I relayed that encounter to Alan, I also mentioned that my dad worked at Northrop while the B-2 was being built, and had been inside the plane many times. For about a year he was practically bouncing off the walls because he so wanted to tell me what he was doing at work, but he couldn't. When the thing was completed and unveiled, he brought home all kinds of things for me. Pamphlets, photos, and a little tiny pin in the shape of the plane. I've had that pin on a hat for the past 25 or so years. When I saw the plane this morning I suddenly realized... I haven't seen that hat since I moved. I think I left it in a corner of the closet of my old apartment! :cry: :cry: :cry:

3Turner
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:53
You must not be married very long if you still remember to get a Birthday Card the day before.
Yeah...8 years last month...with a total of 11 years behind us.

I guess this falls into the category of, that's for me to know and you not to find out. :p
:lol:Its one of those gifts *giggles* :lol::lol: Just playing with you ;)

I didn't get any. I was outside, walking Ashley at the time. The plane was gone by the time we got back inside where the camera is. I'm sure I'll have another chance, though. It's base is pretty close to where I live now, and it appears often.

I was chatting on MSN Messenger with Alan (where *is* he, anyway?!?) several months ago about another encounter I had with it. I was driving north last year on Highway 14 (about where I live now, but I didn't live here back then) when I saw it heading straight toward me. Suddenly, it banked left and instantly disappeared. Spooky. It's not only quiet, but it *is* stealthy, too! At the right angle, it's completely invisible.

While I relayed that encounter to Alan, I also mentioned that my dad worked at Northrop while the B-2 was being built, and had been inside the plane many times. For about a year he was practically bouncing off the walls because he so wanted to tell me what he was doing at work, but he couldn't. When the thing was completed and unveiled, he brought home all kinds of things for me. Pamphlets, photos, and a little tiny pin in the shape of the plane. I've had that pin on a hat for the past 25 or so years. When I saw the plane this morning I suddenly realized... I haven't seen that hat since I moved. I think I left it in a corner of the closet of my old apartment! :cry: :cry: :cry:
That's awesome Lonnie that your Dad worked at Northrop during that time. I can imagine him bouncing off the walls. I get like that too when I know stuff about my job that I cannot tell my wife until its on the news or the people go to court. That is amazing how the B-2 disappears when at a right angle to you huh. That's how it came into the flyby at the airshow...no one even knew it was there until it was practically at the end of the runway starting to bank slightly so people would know it was there.

misspix
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:53
Well, I don't think that comic attained quite the same popularity as Frank Zappa... I'd bet most people never heard of it. :lol:

I had a friend in high school that would snip the 'Love Is' comics from the paper. Daily. Even then I could only take so much sunshine and light :rolleyes:
I tended more towards Doonsebury and Garfield :)</br>

theague
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:55
I've seen a B-2 in Tacoma once. The same thing happened, you didn't know it was above you until it was RIGHT above you and you were looking at it. I was told that it was up at McChord due to the heavy clouds and they wanted to do some test flights in that type of weather... something like that. It was a cool experience. It was almost as eerie a feeling as when I saw/heard the fighter jets in the sky after 9-11...

theague
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:56
:lol:Its one of those gifts *giggles* :lol::lol: Just playing with you ;)

I haven't said what kind of gift it is, just that I'm not telling. ;)

misspix
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 13:58
*off to corporate meeting*
*sigh*

Skrim17
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 14:01
I was a calvin and hobbes/bloom county fan myself.

3Turner
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 14:05
I haven't said what kind of gift it is, just that I'm not telling. ;)
hehe...okay, okay. Why do I have the urge for the 20 questions game?:confused:
*off to corporate meeting*
*sigh*
Don't fall asleep while in there. I have a co-worker that does that often. Dang rocking office chairs.

3Turner
2nd of October 2007 (Tue), 14:06
I like pretty much all the comics that run in the Sunday paper....but Peanuts and Garfield are my top two.