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I can't dance.

No coordination, no sense of balance, and inhibited.

At least when it comes to dancing.

Disco!

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Good morning Mod !
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Hiya Doc!
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Forgot the weather report - lol ------------ 23 - headed to 38 today ! How many days till spring?

So Mod - a day off huh ? That is always a good thing

I haven't seen Aunt B on here - OR - did I just miss her posts ? I always worry about her when I don't see her on her .

Lots of book work to do and I just can't make myself get it done - lol

Well I'll check back in around noon , when everybody else gets up - lol
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Forgot the weather report - lol ------------ 23 - headed to 38 today ! How many days till spring?

So Mod - a day off huh ? That is always a good thing

I haven't seen Aunt B on here - OR - did I just miss her posts ? I always worry about her when I don't see her on her .

Lots of book work to do and I just can't make myself get it done - lol

Well I'll check back in around noon , when everybody else gets up - lol
Yep every other Friday as long as I get at least 80 hours in 9 days....which is easy to do. Very nice gives 3 day weekends!! But if something goes wrong at work then I have to stay that Friday as well....

Book work is not a lot of fun! But is a good time to put on some music while you work
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Sounds like you have been taking lesion's from TN ! lol

TN - you have today off ?
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Toppings - Sloppy Joe, Butter, Cheese, Green Onions, Sour Cream

Dessert - chocolate chip oatmeal and molasses cookies. Also pumpkin and coffee cake.

Of course when I got home that was my supper!


Sounds delicious!

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Sounds like you have been taking lesion's from TN ! lol

TN - you have today off ?
Nope...today is my short Friday (I get off one hour early) and next Friday is my day off

I pretty much work the same schedule as modm...we're allowed to work an alternate work schedule where we put in an extra hour a day and then we get a day off every 2 weeks. Week 1, Monday - Thursday = 9 hours, Friday is 8 hours. Week 2, Monday - Thurday, 9 hours, Friday off.



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Cuz,

So this is like, going to cost me money. I don't know where to get the sound track for practicing and I don't know if I can find my jam box, if I have one. Even if I could find a jam box that I already own, will it take a brand new CD? And, then? Do they even still make jam boxes?

I feel a panic attack coming on!

Oh hell no this will not cost you money, could make you famous...
All I need is you bustin some moves......I will handle getting this into my movie and will add the music.
This specific song is on youtube ....just google .....Dance Monkey song.........anyway just get me some moves and I will orchestrate the rest Cuz!.......I was thinking some folks are shy ....so they could just video their feet doing the floor moves...then I can label their names in the IMovie...............this is big....really big shoo.....come on folks I need a project. If you help me with my project just think it will be much quieter! Thats motivating...K?

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And!

Are we all going to be on the same song?

You are the movie producer! How about some directions here.



I won't do it unless we are all on the same song.

I don't like chopped up movies.

Git up challenge song, right?

That should impress Kenny's wife even more.
Yes, all the video clips will be within the same song.
Some dance alone.....some just dance and video feet, some dance with the pets, whatever....just get funky........I bet some of the folks that do rally can show me some moves..........

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If you only knew how much I understand, Lannie.

$1000?

OMG

Do you not have dental insurance?
I know exactly how much you understand, sweetie, and no, no dental insurance. The previous dentist would give us a 5% discount for paying cash, but I HATE that dentist, he's a crotchety old, rude, condescending azz. If he was the only choice, I wouldn't go at all. The other dentist is nice and acts like he enjoys his work (he laughs and makes jokes and makes me feel comfortable), however he doesn't give a discount for cash, and he's marginally more expensive, but I'd rather have to pay a little more and not be miserable. I figure, why should I PAY someone good money to insult me and treat me like dirt? I shouldn't have to, so I pay a little more to be treated like an actual human.

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Sounds like you have been taking lesion's from TN ! lol

TN - you have today off ?
Ewwww, TN had lesions? (Sorry, but that made me laugh pretty hard! Misspellings can be pretty hysterical, if they're done well!)

I have a recipe for SP that's pretty simple, and I consider filling. I tried it last night for the first time and it was REALLY GOOD, so I'll tell you what I did if anyone wants to try it.

Fish fillets (I used cod 'cause it's cheap) and roasted potatoes. Like fish & chips, but better.

Season the fish on one side and spread mayo on it in a thick layer, then crush crackers (I just used saltines) coarsely and press on as a "crust." Flip the fish over and do the same thing again, then lay the pieces on an oiled baking sheet.

Meanwhile thinly slice (like 1/8" thin) a russet potato. I used my old Veg-O-Matic (oh, now you know how old I am!), but a mandolin slicer would give nice even slices, too, unless you're really good with a knife. The only reason they should be uniformly thick is so they're all done about the same time, it's not a REQUIREMENT or anything. Toss the potato slices in a bowl with olive oil and salt so that all the slices are coated, and lay them out on the baking sheet beside the fish in rows, slightly overlapping if you have to so they'll all fit. I put a little pepper on mine, but hey, they're potatoes, go crazy, try any kind of seasoning on them.

*Note: The potato slices stuck to my pan, in spite of using plenty of oil on the potatoes AND on the pan, so if you have parchment paper, maybe put a sheet of that down on the pan first. You still want oil on the potatoes so they'll brown.

Heat the oven to 425F and pop the pan in there for 20 to 30 minutes depending on how big the fish pieces are and how thick your potatoes are sliced. Mine took 25 minutes total last night until the potatoes were done, and the fish was golden brown and perfect. (The fish didn't stick to the pan at all!) There's no need to turn anything, just put the pan in and check for doneness after 20 minutes or so and adjust accordingly.

I made some tartar sauce to go with the fish, but the crust was very crispy and yummy and it really didn't need it. And it made me full. Even my not-interested-in-food husband liked it and asked if I'd make it again, and he usually isn't impressed by much. I'm a very good cook and I feel my talents are wasted on him because he doesn't care, so when he says he actually LIKES something, I must have hit a home run. Anyway, that was simple, easy to fix, and tasted really good.
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I can't dance.

No coordination, no sense of balance, and inhibited.

At least when it comes to dancing.
I will handle the beat etc......just video something moving around.......dance with yer dog.........whatever just get me a clip of something to represent you......some are shy I understand........Oh...put on those funny socks of yours...then place your legs up on your footstool and video your feet moving around to some of your fancy music. With just a short clip I can work with that...

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Even my not-interested-in-food husband
Lannie, could you expound on that statement some? I'm trying to wrap my head around anyone not being interested in food!


And your fish & chips recipe sounds good, I'll have to try it
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Lannie, could you expound on that statement some? I'm trying to wrap my head around anyone not being interested in food!


And your fish & chips recipe sounds good, I'll have to try it
He doesn't care about food. There's something WRONG with him. He rarely ever feels hungry, and I think if I didn't feed him on a regular basis, he just wouldn't eat. But I'll spend hours in the kitchen making something fancy, and then I have to fish for compliments when we're eating.

Me: Isn't this GOOD? Wow, it turned out even better than I thought!

Rich: Eh, it's OK.

What's even worse is a few times he's actually said "Eh, I don't really like it very much." And I mean I don't make crap food, I make good stuff. But he's just as happy eating a can of chili. It's a mystery to me... We've been together (officially married) for 21 years, and I'm still not used to it. I would never let on to him, but it hurts my feelings when he says stuff like that. Then on the other hand, when he actually LIKES something, like the fish and chips last night, it makes me feel like a million bucks!

He wasn't always this way, though. Back in the day, he enjoyed food, and appreciated my cooking. It was when he got to be an old curmudgeon that he seems to have lost interest in food.
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Morning, everyone.

Well, big day yesterday - Sypha got spayed. We had intended to also do a gastropexy, but she had some trouble with the anesthesia. My vet called from the OR as soon as she finished up the spay and asked me how important the 'pexy was to me, and said she just had this gut feeling she should wrap it up and get her back out. Of course I said follow your gut - I trust her 100%. We've had about a decade long relationship - she treats my pets as if they are her own. So she finished up and no 'pexy. Sypha came through okay, and she's recovering and resting well. She clearly doesn't feel "well", but she has pain medication and is taking it easy. It's tough to see them not their normal selves.

These sorts of situations are exactly why I am such an advocate for veterinarians - they really do put our animals first. It's so important to build a relationship with a vet. Treasure your vets, folks, be an advocate for them. Vets are bombarded lately with so much, and they deserve our support.
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Give Sypha a (gentle) hug for me (when I was proofreading, I noticed I typed "jug". I wasn't really recommending you give her a dose of moonshine though. I'd suggest it for you, except seems to me I remember alcohol makes your headaches worse. How about a nice hot bubble bath?? With no added scents--those make even my head hurt.)

Anyway, back to Sypha--she should heal pretty fast, but that doesn't mean it is easy being a mom-nurse until she does. Hang in there, MC. (And there I go, back to you again.)

I hear you about cooking for people who don't appreciate it, Lannie. I have a recipe vaguely like the one you mention with fish, only it uses chicken, sour cream and Cheese Nips crackers. I love it; everyone else in my family thinks it is gross. I comfort myself with the knowledge that SOMEONE out there must have liked it to put it into a cookbook.

Probably just as well I don't cook it though. I imagine it is totally unhealthy.
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Back to Lannie's DH not eating....I read somewhere that if a person's sense of smell weakens, or goes away completely, they often lose their appetite. That can go along with chronic congestion, sinus problems, or more rarely with other nasty things. Maybe something to think about??

Of course, working on a farm with livestock, it might be better NOT to have a sense of smell.
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Sounds like you have been taking lesion's from TN ! lol
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Ewwww, TN had lesions? (Sorry, but that made me laugh pretty hard! Misspellings can be pretty hysterical, if they're done well!)
Oh, and I meant to comment on this one.
That is one thing Kenny REALLY does well...the artful misspelling. (and sometimes I believe it is actually done on purpose...hmmm, ECIN??)
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I have a recipe vaguely like the one you mention with fish, only it uses chicken, sour cream and Cheese Nips crackers. I love it; everyone else in my family thinks it is gross. I comfort myself with the knowledge that SOMEONE out there must have liked it to put it into a cookbook.
Hmmmm This sounds pretty good Maybe even better with some garlic powder and red cayenne pepper mixed in with the ground crackers...
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Well soon Sypha - That's a hard deal on them - It always worried us sick the day ours had that done .

I agree MC - One Vet we use will be retiring soon - been with him for over 20 years - We trust him more than anybody . Will be a sad day with Doc hangs it up .
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Sounds delicious!

Gals certainly didn't leave meeting with empty stomachs...





How Moe Envisions Mystery Book Club...







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(Wouldn't you want to be a fly on the wall for that event, Moe?)

Moe's wife says you nailed it on the second one - But multiply by 3 there were 12! She said no on the fly on the wall and something makes me agree. Not sure I would
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Yeah, good choice. You might hear something you wouldn't be able to un-hear. Sometimes it's better just not to know.
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Morning, everyone.

Well, big day yesterday - Sypha got spayed. We had intended to also do a gastropexy, but she had some trouble with the anesthesia. My vet called from the OR as soon as she finished up the spay and asked me how important the 'pexy was to me, and said she just had this gut feeling she should wrap it up and get her back out. Of course I said follow your gut - I trust her 100%. We've had about a decade long relationship - she treats my pets as if they are her own. So she finished up and no 'pexy. Sypha came through okay, and she's recovering and resting well. She clearly doesn't feel "well", but she has pain medication and is taking it easy. It's tough to see them not their normal selves.

These sorts of situations are exactly why I am such an advocate for veterinarians - they really do put our animals first. It's so important to build a relationship with a vet. Treasure your vets, folks, be an advocate for them. Vets are bombarded lately with so much, and they deserve our support.
I hope Sypha feels better soon! I remember when Mocha got spayed and got her gastropexy, I took a week off work so I could carry her up and down the deck stairs the first few days so she could go potty (I think my lower back is still thanking me for that one ). And after that, how I tried to teach her "slow" as she was making her own way up and down the steps (I had her on leash, just in case). And then of course, as she started getting better and healing, keeping her from doing the usual Doberman hijinks like running, jumping, flying up and down the stairs etc.

I agree with you regarding the vet; our first one was ok, and cheaper, but, we found out that place was a revolving door for vets just getting out of school...most of them would do their 2 year stint then move on and we wanted a vet that would be with our dogs and us for the duration. The vet we go to now, the docs and vet techs are great...they treat our dogs like their own, call us to see how the dogs are doing, and there's never a feeling of being rushed so they can see the next patient. And best of all, the one vet we like to see, listens to me because as she said, Mocha is my dog and I know her best.
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1. If reproducibility may a problem, conduct the test only once.
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Good morning all!

Raining 42 degs which I got to go out in when I walked Mila this morning

Day off today - piano lesson which I am not prepared for even though only had a couple of assignments.

O Sole Mio! by Capua https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0tkAN6J5MQ

A more complicated piano version Eduardo Di Capua - O Sole Mio https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UB9Gf2tsfCk

Classical singing of the O Sole Mio - Andrea Bocelli- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9O09Bxj_KHk Luciano Pavarotti also sings it but I think I like Bocelli better

What a beautiful thing is a sunny day!
The air is serene after a storm,
The air is so fresh that it already feels like a celebration.
What a beautiful thing is a sunny day!

But another sun, even more beauteous, oh my sweetheart,[10]
My own sun, shines from your face!
This sun, my own sun,
Shines from your face; It shines from your face!

Your window panes shine;
A laundress is singing and boasting about it;
And while she's wringing the clothes, hanging them up to dry, and singing,
Your window panes shine.

When night comes and the sun has gone down,
I almost start feeling melancholy;
I'd stay below your window
When night comes and the sun has gone down.

Or you can go with Elvis Presley - Its Now or Never https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0-FBlfvgxo

It's now or never,
come hold me tight
Kiss me my darling,
be mine tonight
Tomorrow will be too late,
it's now or never
My love won't wait.

When I first saw you
with your smile so tender
My heart was captured,
my soul surrendered
I'd spend a lifetime
waiting for the right time
Now that your near
the time is here at last.

It's now or never,
come hold me tight
Kiss me my darling,
be mine tonight
Tomorrow will be too late,
it's now or never
My love won't wait.

Just like a willow,
we would cry an ocean
If we lost true love
and sweet devotion
Your lips excite me,
let your arms invite me
For who knows when
we'll meet again this way

It's now or never,
come hold me tight
Kiss me my darling,
be mine tonight
Tomorrow will be too late,
it's now or never
My love won't wait.
That wasn't a recipe, Brian.

Teasing you.

Did you grow up with piano or is this something new you are delving into?

If you already said, pardon me. I have a hard time paying attention in class.

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