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Old 02-22-2012, 02:36 PM   #5421
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I'll get to my laptop with the camera's card later. Call off the hit squad.
It's probably too late for that. He just bolted straight up in his bed while he was sleeping wondering "there is something not right on BR.com"

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A) No you excel at being creative (I personally do not have a left brain) and B) Nice new avatar you got there. Mr. Woody
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Oh really Michelle turned 1? I'm going to have to pull an Aero on you and call you out on that:

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It's probably too late for that. He just bolted straight up in his bed while he was sleeping wondering "there is something not right on BR.com"

Not quite HTG'. At 9:26am, I was still sleepin'.
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Hey Al! Thanks for mentioning the Reuben. I haven't had one in over a year. I'm gonna get me one tomorrow for lunch. Here's what I'll look like afterwards:



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Old 02-23-2012, 12:36 PM   #5427
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Good evening Travis. Not much. Looks like another slow day today. How are you relaxing this evening?
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Good evening Travis. Not much. Looks like another slow day today. How are you relaxing this evening?
A slow Thursday is great.

Just fried up some very fresh shrimp and added to some leftover jambalaya. And had a Sam Adams, too. It was great. Now watching some Two and a Half Men waiting for Michele to finish her shower, so I can read her a book. Maybe will take out Eeyore and Clifford for a little playtime.
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Old 02-23-2012, 12:57 PM   #5429
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A slow Thursday is great.

Just fried up some very fresh shrimp and added to some leftover jambalaya. And had a Sam Adams, too. It was great. Now watching some Two and a Half Men waiting for Michele to finish her shower, so I can read her a book. Maybe will take out Eeyore and Clifford for a little playtime.
You can't do much better then that. Some nice dinner with a cold beverage followed by some quality time with the family.
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You can't do much better then that. Some nice dinner with a cold beverage followed by some quality time with the family.
Just read the first chapter from the original Winnie-the-Pooh "In Which We Are Introduced to Winnie-the-Pooh and Some Bees and the Stories Begin." Now, I know why he is called Winne-the-Pooh, fyi, in the introduction not the first chapter. Never read it when I was young.

You have a favorite childhood book that you can reccomend?
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Old 02-23-2012, 01:59 PM   #5431
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Just read the first chapter from the original Winnie-the-Pooh "In Which We Are Introduced to Winnie-the-Pooh and Some Bees and the Stories Begin." Now, I know why he is called Winne-the-Pooh, fyi, in the introduction not the first chapter. Never read it when I was young.

You have a favorite childhood book that you can reccomend?
you're asking this old fart what he read when he was a young child? My parents did not read to us. The only thing I remember reading, when I was in my teens, was every Sci-Fi book I could get my hands on. I did read Dr Seuss books to my kids when they were around 3 years old.
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you're asking this old fart what he read when he was a young child? My parents did not read to us. The only thing I remember reading, when I was in my teens, was every Sci-Fi book I could get my hands on. I did read Dr Seuss books to my kids when they were around 3 years old.
Dr. Seuss is great. Have a few. Actually, I have bought a lot of books for Michelle. I hope she develops a love of books. Especially living here, English will only be part of her life.
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Dr. Seuss is great. Have a few. Actually, I have bought a lot of books for Michelle. I hope she develops a love of books. Especially living here, English will only be part of her life.
Well I guess according to her occupational crawl she is going to need some accounting books too.
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you're asking this old fart what he read when he was a young child? My parents did not read to us. The only thing I remember reading, when I was in my teens, was every Sci-Fi book I could get my hands on. I did read Dr Seuss books to my kids when they were around 3 years old.
I also read a lot of Scifi in my teens, guess that's why I love the genre in film so much as well...

My big reading project when I was young was starting the Hardy Boys Mystery Series when I was 7 years old - I collected and read every volume in hardcover over the next few years, from 1 through 58, and I still have them all...
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Once I read the Hobbit at 10 yrs old.......I was hooked. You can see what has happened since. As a matter of fact, I re-read the LOTR trilogy every year, starting the first of the year. I am in the middle of The Two Towers right now, so things are getting good.
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I also read a lot of Scifi in my teens, guess that's why I love the genre in film so much as well...

My big reading project when I was young was starting the Hardy Boys Mystery Series when I was 7 years old - I collected and read every volume in hardcover over the next few years, from 1 through 58, and I still have them all...
A friend of mine used to give me a Hardy Boys book every birthday. Well, his mom would. I read one, Bombay Boomerang. I read comics, or just played.

Was also watching movies, my dad is a movie fan and HT fan too. I remember when he got a Rotel decoder, back then just VHS and CED (VideoDisc).
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Once I read the Hobbit at 10 yrs old.......I was hooked. You can see what has happened since. As a matter of fact, I re-read the LOTR trilogy every year, starting the first of the year. I am in the middle of The Two Towers right now, so things are getting good.
Hi John, I think that genre is considered Science Fantasy as opposed to Science Fiction. Could be the reason I did not get into LOTR.
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Morning HTG. Can you really put Science and Fantasy next to each other?

I have read all of the Tolkien books and enjoyed "the hobbit" the most. It is an extremely easy read and a great story. Silmarillion is the book that I almost couldn't get through.
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Morning HTG. Can you really put Science and Fantasy next to each other?

I have read all of the Tolkien books and enjoyed "the hobbit" the most. It is an extremely easy read and a great story. Silmarillion is the book that I almost couldn't get through.
Yes a quick google search say there are two different types of books. I just was more into the technical aspects of Science Fiction books. Must be the geek part.

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Morning HTG. Can you really put Science and Fantasy next to each other?

I have read all of the Tolkien books and enjoyed "the hobbit" the most. It is an extremely easy read and a great story. Silmarillion is the book that I almost couldn't get through.
Read The Hobbit, and Fellowship, but then saw the movies. I cannot read many books after seeing the movie, except The Godfather.
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