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"indiscreet indiscretions"--B67, did you make an error in spelling (taking notes from Kenny)? Are you sure that you didn't mean "indiscrete indiscretions"?

Because.....

Indiscrete--not divided into parts.
Indiscretion--an act at variance with the accepted morality of a society

I'm thinking you really meant to say that the posts from contributors to this thread are continuously and consistently unacceptable.
Just wondering Mel - Were you a English major ? Or even maybe a PHD in English ??
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I am guessing that you are expecting Mel to have one of those strong but silent "Pimp Hands".

Pecker Pants and SP.......they could be in charge of "compliance"

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Hmmm...a guy from England carp fishing in France catches a 102 pound catfish...

https://www.foxnews.com/great-outdoo...ll-fishing-rod

Using a 20 lb line.

Any relation, L of LA??

Ha! Good "Catch" Mel........so this makes "A" of LA's fish PIC look like a minnow !!!!
So he had a bad day after all.......small little fishy !!!!
Oh...now I see that 102 catch was a catfish............oh well.....thought I had some dirt on him.......will keep looking.......

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Hmmm...a guy from England carp fishing in France catches a 102 pound catfish...

https://www.foxnews.com/great-outdoo...ll-fishing-rod

Using a 20 lb line.

Any relation, L of LA??


No relation.....A would wee his pants if he caught this though lololol!


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"indiscreet indiscretions"--B67, did you make an error in spelling (taking notes from Kenny)? Are you sure that you didn't mean "indiscrete indiscretions"?

Because.....

Indiscrete--not divided into parts.
Indiscretion--an act at variance with the accepted morality of a society

I'm thinking you really meant to say that the posts from contributors to this thread are continuously and consistently unacceptable.
No he did not mean to say that .......Beau....he's my main squeeze at this time......he's even ahead of ME on my corporate thinking.... by Beau brainstorming international ideas.
What Beau IS saying is LD has come up with a darn good idea ..................you see Mel........our delivery staff would not be nude delivery staff.................after all we are a family owned business.
Just skimpy uniforms ..........female delivery staff in some country bump'kin skimpy outfit.......gotta have the red checkered shirts and shorts.
Male delivery staff.........ohhhhh.....lets see....OH...lets do this ....male delivery staff .....below the waist blue jeans .......and shirtless..........
Heck.......our delivery staff would be wearing more clothing than we we typically see being worn......in Florida this time of year.........
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Just wondering Mel - Were you a English major ? Or even maybe a PHD in English ??
I have a persnickety bent....
My teachers used to tell me I should be a lawyer. Should I say I used to tell them why their test questions were unclear and imprecise, and should have correctly been answered the way I had?
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I have a persnickety bent....
My teachers used to tell me I should be a lawyer. Should I say I used to tell them why their test questions were unclear and imprecise, and should have correctly been answered the way I had?
I would have never guessed that one

I was told I should be in PR - lmao - Maybe in my younger days - But Don't think they would like my responses to them today !

One more question - lol -- So - since your persnickety - then do you have to fold your towels a certain way and them place in the closet a certain way also ? lol I know people like that - Well - I live with one - lol But don't tell her I said this !
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So you're picturing this, LD:



rather than this:

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I would have never guessed that one

I was told I should be in PR - lmao - Maybe in my younger days - But Don't think they would like my responses to them today !

One more question - lol -- So - since your persnickety - then do you have to fold your towels a certain way and them place in the closet a certain way also ? lol I know people like that - Well - I live with one - lol But don't tell her I said this !
I fold them the way my mamma done told me (in thirds)...pillowcases too.

For sheets I use a paperclips of different colors stuck on an outside fold to label whether they are king, queen, full or twin size. Because there's very few things that are more annoying than (*see below), only to find you have the wrong size and have to refold the dang thing to put it away.

Other than that, linens are crammed into the linen closet where ever they fit.


*Can't find an exact word, so I'll ask you guys....what do you call it when you grab one end of the sheet and flip/wave it into the air so that it settles down on the mattress in more or less the place where you want it?
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Can't find an exact word, so I'll ask you guys....what do you call it when you grab one end of the sheet and flip/wave it into the air so that it settles down on the mattress in more or less the place where you want it?

Well I call it damn lucky !!
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So you're picturing this, LD:



rather than this:




Yes...this it !!!! Way to go Mel.....

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I'll be the advertising consultant. I bet I can come up with some good copy too.
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*Can't find an exact word, so I'll ask you guys....what do you call it when you grab one end of the sheet and flip/wave it into the air so that it settles down on the mattress in more or less the place where you want it?
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I call it......Making the bed....
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See, the thing is, I wanted to be sure that people would picture that I had unfolded the wrong size sheet completely and somewhat messily, and then had to gather it all up and refold it to put it away.

I thought about using "making the bed" but it sounded too sedate and orderly to me.
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Can't find an exact word, so I'll ask you guys....what do you call it when you grab one end of the sheet and flip/wave it into the air so that it settles down on the mattress in more or less the place where you want it?

Well I call it damn lucky !!
That's pretty good come back DOC........you must not be drinking YET to think that good on a Friday.......
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See, the thing is, I wanted to be sure that people would picture that I had unfolded the wrong size sheet completely and somewhat messily, and then had to gather it all up and refold it to put it away.

I thought about using "making the bed" but it sounded too sedate and orderly to me.

Nothing wrong with being sedated......I do that all the time..............

Also sedate is OK... .....nothing wrong with being calm, quiet , and maybe even rather dull..........AJ does that all the time and we absolutely LOVE him!

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OK 4:03 on a Friday......someone send me some tunes......your pick.......K?

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"indiscreet indiscretions"--B67, did you make an error in spelling (taking notes from Kenny)? Are you sure that you didn't mean "indiscrete indiscretions"?

Because.....

Indiscrete--not divided into parts.
Indiscretion--an act at variance with the accepted morality of a society

I'm thinking you really meant to say that the posts from contributors to this thread are continuously and consistently unacceptable.
Noooo MEL - Nothing here Beau finds unacceptable.

Sometimes when I ask the Mrs. to spell a word for me, I have been known to mis-pronounce it....not on purpose, but a short term memory loss "injury survivor", will do that.
- @ work, my unique speech style // often generated the funniest of laughing moments
- co-workers thought I was naturally funny, without knowing how my humor was the result of a horrific motor vehicle traffic accident (70 mph hit)...I kept secret
- so when I read, I also make up some words...because written & speech with complex spelling...is a chore for me to fully master // and I could care less, all things considered

I lived, would graduate College, fathered a good child and didn't wake up & find myself in a hospital wheel chair (at 17 y/o), with a broken back...I was "bless".

Everyone knows what ever I meant to "or too" say / even if I didn't technically say it right...

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No he did not mean to say that .......Beau....he's my main squeeze at this time......he's even ahead of ME on my corporate thinking.... by Beau brainstorming international ideas.
What Beau IS saying is LD has come up with a darn good idea
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Well, after working on and around fighter jets for years and years, much of my hearing is gone. All the high frequency for sure. Even all the proper hearing protection couldn't help much when you're close to F4-E Phantoms taking off with full afterburners or when you're in a hanger while they're running/testing engines. So when people look at me or say something about the car stereo being loud, I play the "old fart with hearing loss" card
WOW...hearing loss me to.......just 90 db loss on my right side.......along with ringing in my ears .......along with balance issues.
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Hearing loss , "que" , me too! To much shooting in my younger days without protection...and a couple of AC DC concerts , they are loud but when they fire those cannons " For Those About To Rock" my ears are still ringing.

BTW , it was a real chitty day in FLA. , Wind , rain and some hail! ...the rain was needed!

Made it to work and i was very productive. Its time to check out!
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Dang it, Bug! Not the news any of us wanted to hear. Did they suggest any other options?
Not what I wanted to hear either--Doctor A --the one who would give the steroid injection--said that the surgeons usually won't even consider surgery until you've at least try the injection and if the information about the injections scared the c**p out of me let me tell you that the information about the surgery possablity just about scared me to death!!!! Or maybe better expressed as information that scared me s******s!!!!!

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s******s!!!!! Let me guess here ! Chitless ???

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