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Old 10-01-2005, 11:12 PM   #271
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Uh.....it does help when charging a cell phone to actually plug in the charger.
This reminded me of the gas station today....


I can't believe I forgot about this one:

There was a guy next to me getting gas, all dressed up like a biker. So was his girlfriend/wife/whatever. They looked really goofy. He finished gasing up, got in the car, and drove off. All of a sudden I heard a huge noise and looked at his car. He didn't take the gas hose thingy, whatever the hell it's called, out of his car! So he ripped it right of the side of the gas pump thing. ( I guess I don't know my gas station terminology.) He and his girlfriend just sat in the car like this: for a few minutes. I tried so hard not to laugh. I kind of took my time to see what he would do. He took the whole hose in the store....walking with his head down. His girlfriend just sat there in the car with no expression on her face at all, almost like this wasn't the he had done something like that. I left after he walking inside. It was really funny. I've never seen anyone do that before.
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Old 10-01-2005, 11:17 PM   #272
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This reminded me of the gas station today....


I can't believe I forgot about this one:

There was a guy next to me getting gas, all dressed up like a biker. So was his girlfriend/wife/whatever. They looked really goofy. He finished gasing up, got in the car, and drove off. All of a sudden I heard a huge noise and looked at his car. He didn't take the gas hose thingy, whatever the hell it's called, out of his car! So he ripped it right of the side of the gas pump thing. ( I guess I don't know my gas station terminology.) He and his girlfriend just sat in the car like this: for a few minutes. I tried so hard not to laugh. I kind of took my time to see what he would do. He took the whole hose in the store....walking with his head down. His girlfriend just sat there in the car with no expression on her face at all, almost like this wasn't the he had done something like that. I left after he walking inside. It was really funny. I've never seen anyone do that before.
OMG that is hilarious I was laughing hysterically reading it! I wish I would have seen that!
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ok I think I've figured out why I love Flower Child so much. It's because I can see Bono singing this song. There's songs here and there that I can actually visualize Bono or Edge performing in the studio. The first time I heard Love Comes Tumbling I completely saw Joshua Tree Edge playing this song. Unfortunately I was a few years off since it was during UF but for the longest time, everytime I heard the opening guitar parts and the solo in the middle, I could see JT Edge playing that song. With Flower Child, I can totally see Bono getting down to the vocals for some reason. It doesn't happen a lot but when it does it's usually a song that I completely love. Now, Love Comes Tumbling is a desert song and I don't see Edge but the So Cal mountains and desert. But I still love it

I don't think I'm going to be able to listen to anything anytime soon.
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Ok next week I really need to redo my U2 shelf here on the desk...its kind of gotten out of control. I keep adding stuff and sticking stuff in front of stuff. My most recent addition is the pic of Bono I snapping walking out in the rain in Milwaukee....love that one for some reason.
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helping someone move is tiring..........but they are all moved in and it looks good

One more day of vacation.........
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helping someone move is tiring..........but they are all moved in and it looks good

One more day of vacation.........
wanna help me Thanksgiving weekend?
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I'm getting tired.
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You know...as nervous as vertical typing makes me, it often does me a world of good.
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This reminded me of the gas station today....


I can't believe I forgot about this one:

There was a guy next to me getting gas, all dressed up like a biker. So was his girlfriend/wife/whatever. They looked really goofy. He finished gasing up, got in the car, and drove off. All of a sudden I heard a huge noise and looked at his car. He didn't take the gas hose thingy, whatever the hell it's called, out of his car! So he ripped it right of the side of the gas pump thing. ( I guess I don't know my gas station terminology.) He and his girlfriend just sat in the car like this: for a few minutes. I tried so hard not to laugh. I kind of took my time to see what he would do. He took the whole hose in the store....walking with his head down. His girlfriend just sat there in the car with no expression on her face at all, almost like this wasn't the he had done something like that. I left after he walking inside. It was really funny. I've never seen anyone do that before.
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You know...as nervous as vertical typing makes me, it often does me a world of good.
who vertical typed you? It wasn't me!!!!!!
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I am so hungry tonight I should no better than to think eating nothing all day and then a "healthy" meal will be enough. All I had was vegetables for dinner
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Lady: Is there a babyGap around here?
Meg: *points behind the lady*
Lady: *turns and looks* But I saw a sign, and I thought maybe there was a whole babyGap store.
Meg:

I can't even remember what I said to her after that...how much more babyGap did she want than a whole room of babyGap???
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Conversation of the Day

Lady: Is there a babyGap around here?
Meg: *points behind the lady*
Lady: *turns and looks* But I saw a sign, and I thought maybe there was a whole babyGap store.
Meg:

I can't even remember what I said to her after that...how much more babyGap did she want than a whole room of babyGap???

Ridgedale has adult, kids, and baby as 3 seperate stores. Maybe she shops in Minnetonka, MN.
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who vertical typed you? It wasn't me!!!!!!
You've taught Kariann very, very well!
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what are you two talking about!?!?!?



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