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I can "chew gum and walk" at the same time. I bet your husband can, too.

I don't know, he's an engineer. They are known to be very focussed on one thing at a time! ;-)

That's why they have things like commercials, timeouts, half-time, etc.
Heh.

Handsome Jack Morrison
Smoking in the Boy’s Room.
http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=ZjRmMDA5MjFjM2M4ZDYwYjBiNDU1ZTQxMGY5YWJkMzY =

Some "consensus," eh?
"Less Than Half of all Published Scientists Endorse Global Warming Theory" http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Minority.Blogs&ContentRecord id=b35c36a3-802a-23ad-46ec-6880767e7966

"They're very excitable, these Democrats."
http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=22161
In typical "reality-based" fashion, John Edwards wants you to give up your* SUV, but wants to keep *his 30,000 sq. ft. home, multiple SUVs, ride in private jets, etc. http://www.wlos.com/template/inews wire/wires.regional.nc/22b7034c-www.wlos.com.shtml http://i167.photobucket.com/albums/u128/sapguy us/EdwardsHome.jpg

This* is the *real reason why the "reality-based" community pushes global-warming hysteria. To push you around and take your money. Senator Dingell now wants a cap on the Mortgage Interest Deduction! http://www.treehugger.com/files/2007/08/dingell wants c.php

Freakin' Democrats.
The "reality-based" community: Hopelessly Devoted to Failure. http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=Mjc2NGM4NTBmYmUwYzRkYzNmMGVkMWZhYjU5ZjEzNDE =

Why "liberal" doesn't quite fit:
"In the short term, this reflects the failure of the Republican Party to secure its hard-won victories. In the longer term, this may provide a new opportunity for the heirs to authentic liberalism - today's conservatives - as they often thrive when lovers of big government, by whatever name they go by, overreach." http://blogs.usatoday.com/oped/2007/08/why-liberal-doe.html

"The main proponents of 'universal coverage' want to throw more money at the current health care system, which strikes me as unwise. I believe that the 'universal coverage' mantra is dysfunctional for the same reason that 'more money for public schools' is a dysfunctional mantra for education. When your current approach is digging you into a hole, the sensible thing to do is not to dig faster. It is to stop digging." http://www.tcsdaily.com/article.aspx?id=080607B
I don't know, he's an engineer. They are known to be very focussed onone thing at a time! ;-)

That's why they have things like commercials, timeouts, half-time, etc. Heh.

Oh alright, I concede defeat! ;-P
td
That's why they have things like commercials, timeouts, half-time, etc. Heh.

Oh alright, I concede defeat! ;-P

Your husband owes me.
"Someday, and the day may never come, I may call upon your husband to do a favor for me."
http://www.the-cipher.net/Uploads/Godfather%20Theme.mid

Handsome Jack Morrison
Smoking in the Boy’s Room.
http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=ZjRmMDA5MjFjM2M4ZDYwYjBiNDU1ZTQxMGY5YWJkMzY =

Some "consensus," eh?
"Less Than Half of all Published Scientists Endorse Global Warming Theory" http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Minority.Blogs&ContentRecord id=b35c36a3-802a-23ad-46ec-6880767e7966

"They're very excitable, these Democrats."
http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=22161
In typical "reality-based" fashion, John Edwards wants you to give up your* SUV, but wants to keep *his 30,000 sq. ft. home, multiple SUVs, ride in private jets, etc. http://www.wlos.com/template/inews wire/wires.regional.nc/22b7034c-www.wlos.com.shtml http://i167.photobucket.com/albums/u128/sapguy us/EdwardsHome.jpg

This* is the *real reason why the "reality-based" community pushes global-warming hysteria. To push you around and take your money. Senator Dingell now wants a cap on the Mortgage Interest Deduction! http://www.treehugger.com/files/2007/08/dingell wants c.php

Freakin' Democrats.
The "reality-based" community: Hopelessly Devoted to Failure. http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=Mjc2NGM4NTBmYmUwYzRkYzNmMGVkMWZhYjU5ZjEzNDE =

Why "liberal" doesn't quite fit:
"In the short term, this reflects the failure of the Republican Party to secure its hard-won victories. In the longer term, this may provide a new opportunity for the heirs to authentic liberalism - today's conservatives - as they often thrive when lovers of big government, by whatever name they go by, overreach." http://blogs.usatoday.com/oped/2007/08/why-liberal-doe.html

"The main proponents of 'universal coverage' want to throw more money at the current health care system, which strikes me as unwise. I believe that the 'universal coverage' mantra is dysfunctional for the same reason that 'more money for public schools' is a dysfunctional mantra for education. When your current approach is digging you into a hole, the sensible thing to do is not to dig faster. It is to stop digging." http://www.tcsdaily.com/article.aspx?id=080607B
That's why they have things like commercials, timeouts, half-time, etc.

Oh alright, I concede defeat!

I don't know why. You're missing the opportunity to point out that those things take 45 minutes at an absolute maximum and more likely only 5-10, plenty of time for men like Jack.
Lia
I don't know why. You're missing the opportunity to point out that those things take 45 minutes at an absolute ... of time for men like Jack.

BWAAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Although next time a warningwould be appreciated, as I am now busily trying to get Sprite zero off my keyboard and screen! Emotion: wink

Here I was only thinking of his* pleasure! *We* have the advantage of *MO's*, therefore the 45 minute estimate *is an absolute minimum! ;-)
td
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I don't know why. You're missing the opportunity to point ... pointing out that someone else might like to say that>

BWAAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Although next time a warning* would be appreciated,as I am now busily trying to get Sprite zero off ... *his* pleasure! *We* have the advantage of *MO's*, therefore the 45 minute estimate *is an absolute minimum! ;-) td

Totally forgot to high-five you, Lia!
td
I don't know why. You're missing the opportunity to point out that those things take 45 minutes at an absolute ... time for men like Jack. Lia

Point, set & match to Lia.
td
"The Ed" here in St. Louis is acceptable, but I like my football *outside,* not inside.

We haven't had a decent team in many a year, but I highly recommend Cleveland Browns Stadium as a fine place to watch a football game. You have to love the game to sit in subfreezing weather to watch a team with no hope and look forward to it!
Come Sunday, I will be enjoying a perfect afternoon with my Browns and their arch rivals. And no, they don't have a chance this year, either, although people are overly excited about the Mighty Quinn.
I don't know why. You're missing the opportunity to point out that those things take 45 minutes at an absolute maximum

For whom?
Certainly not for me.
And this was supposed to be a favor for the hubby, eh?

I'm almost certain that *he* wouldn't have 45 minutes of "chewing gum" in mind, when the Packers are on TV.
and more likely only 5-10, plenty of time for men like Jack.

You bet!
Don't want to miss too much of the game, right?

No reason to duck or run.
Hell, it's true.

Handsome Jack Morrison
Smoking in the Boy's Room.
http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=ZjRmMDA5MjFjM2M4ZDYwYjBiNDU1ZTQxMGY5YWJkMzY =

Some "consensus," eh?
"Less Than Half of all Published Scientists Endorse Global Warming Theory" http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Minority.Blogs&ContentRecord id=b35c36a3-802a-23ad-46ec-6880767e7966

"They're very excitable, these Democrats."
http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=22161
In typical "reality-based" fashion, John Edwards wants you to give up your* SUV, but wants to keep *his 30,000 sq. ft. home, multiple SUVs, ride in private jets, etc. http://www.wlos.com/template/inews wire/wires.regional.nc/22b7034c-www.wlos.com.shtml http://i167.photobucket.com/albums/u128/sapguy us/EdwardsHome.jpg

This* is the *real reason why the "reality-based" community pushes global-warming hysteria. To push you around and take your money. Senator Dingell now wants a cap on the Mortgage Interest Deduction! http://www.treehugger.com/files/2007/08/dingell wants c.php

Freakin' Democrats.
The "reality-based" community: Hopelessly Devoted to Failure. http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=Mjc2NGM4NTBmYmUwYzRkYzNmMGVkMWZhYjU5ZjEzNDE =

Why "liberal" doesn't quite fit:
"In the short term, this reflects the failure of the Republican Party to secure its hard-won victories. In the longer term, this may provide a new opportunity for the heirs to authentic liberalism - today's conservatives - as they often thrive when lovers of big government, by whatever name they go by, overreach." http://blogs.usatoday.com/oped/2007/08/why-liberal-doe.html

"The main proponents of 'universal coverage' want to throw more money at the current health care system, which strikes me as unwise. I believe that the 'universal coverage' mantra is dysfunctional for the same reason that 'more money for public schools' is a dysfunctional mantra for education. When your current approach is digging you into a hole, the sensible thing to do is not to dig faster. It is to stop digging." http://www.tcsdaily.com/article.aspx?id=080607B