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Old 05-23-2007, 12:24 AM   #181
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both grades are finally up....I got 2 A's
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3 more days of work at Job 1 and 2 more to go at Job 2 until I have a week off. CF and I are going to Atlanta and it's going to be weird to be running around my old stomping grounds.
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Pretend the chicken is tofu

Work your magic

~waiting patiently~

what sort of chicken dish are you looking for?
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I burned my wrist tonight. First major burn since school started Ouch!
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what sort of chicken dish are you looking for?

It's a crockpot recipe....

boneless chicken thighs er I mean tofu
chopped up onion
other vegies???
Cream of chicken soup (again insert tofu)
Stove top stuffing

I have this fab recipe somewhere but I can't find it

I know I could probably just throw a bunch of stuff together and it would all work out but....

~frustrated~

I know it will be in the last place I look

btw...I had some a fabulous strudel type dessert today that was loaded with poppy seeds tasted like there were some almonds in there too
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I burned my wrist tonight. First major burn since school started Ouch!
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Oliva Bakes from the UK lottery has written back to Mr. David Howell Evans:

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Dear Winner,

Compliments of the day to you.
The original copy of this certificate, together with a covering document (Money Laundering protection and Letter of Affidavit for Claims) from the British government stating that the money was obtained legally through their National Lotto along side with your cheque will be sent to you.

You are to choose your payment option on how you want to receive your funds from the options provided below and send us your receiving information’s.

Option 1: IF YOU PREFER COURIER TRANSFER BY CHEQUE Courier of your winning draft to you via ROYAL MAIL Delivery Services.


Option 2: BANK TRANSFER.
The said amount claims 450,000 GBP. (will be wired to your bank account via swift online bank transfer.

Your are to send the below information required for you claims proccess.

CLAIMS REQUIREMENT.
1.Full Names:
2.Address:
3.Age:
4.Sex:
5.Marital Status:
6.Occupation:
7.Phone and fax numbers :
8.country:

Please send your response within the next 24hrs .
Congratulations once again.


Regards,

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UK PAYMENT CENTRE.
Ms. Olivia Bakers
and it the process has apparently added an "r" to her last name
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Hey Kelly...

I got the same email and I just noticed that one of the names is...

David Howell Evans



wait, isn't that The Edge



I didn't realize he was involved, omg it must be true then...
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It's a crockpot recipe....

boneless chicken thighs er I mean tofu
chopped up onion
other vegies???
Cream of chicken soup (again insert tofu)
Stove top stuffing

I have this fab recipe somewhere but I can't find it

I know I could probably just throw a bunch of stuff together and it would all work out but....

~frustrated~

I know it will be in the last place I look

btw...I had some a fabulous strudel type dessert today that was loaded with poppy seeds tasted like there were some almonds in there too

oh....that I can't help you with. I thought if you needed something new and exciting I could ask one of the Chefs tonight for something. Or I could look in my gigantic professional cookbook that I have not needed for a class yet. That thing is huge and EXPENSIVE! We better use it


so anyways, never used a crockpot in my life. Good luck with your meal.
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in the last 15 minutes we just had a gigantic hail and thunderstorm. Weather sirens were going off. It was pitch black out.

It's over for now. It just better not do that again in an hour when I have to drive to school!
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Hey Kelly...

I got the same email and I just noticed that one of the names is...

David Howell Evans



wait, isn't that The Edge



I didn't realize he was involved, omg it must be true then...
They used the name David Howell Evans? That's my alias in writing to them .

Are they using my fake name that I'm using to scam them to scam other people?


Anyway, it's time to write Olivia back .
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Dear Ms. Bakes,

Or is it Bakers? One is used in your e-mail and the other in your signature. I just would like to be correct in the future when I write to you.

Anyway, compliments of the day to you too! It is certainly a beautiful day.

As you requested, I have my information ready for you -

Full Name: David Howell Evans
Address: This is a bit tricky, as I travel quite often. That is why I usually use my e-mail address for all correspondence. I love the internet!
Age: 46
Sex: Male
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Musician
Phone and fax numbers: My cell phone is currently on the blink, so once again e-mail is the best way of contact. I do not trust faxes - anyone could pick them up and read them!
Country: Ireland

As for the payment options, I will have to discuss this with my co-workers. We are involved in a joint venture (currently at the beginning stages) and they indicated that my lottery profits would be most helpful in our business venture. It may be even bigger than the last one (one hopes!).

Sincerely,
Dave Evans
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~coincidence~



On a different subject I was checking the cost of going to Disneyworld next year. I went to my travel agent and she told me that the airfare alone would be around $1100 per person.

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On a different subject I was checking the cost of going to Disneyworld next year. I went to my travel agent and she told me that the airfare alone would be around $1100 per person.

$1100 per person??!?!!!!!? x's infinity
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I just woke up

I'd never thought I'd say this but one bad thing about my science class being over is I don't have 4 hours of homework each day. I've slept in really late all week because I haven't set my alarm to get up early to study science.

It's raining anyways so it's not like I'm missing any fun at the lake.
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Yesterday, a passerby found an elderly man (84 years old) apparently wandering the street, trying to walk to the VA (which is at least 5 miles from here). She was worried so she brought him to our center and called the police - thinking they could help find out who he was.

They found out alright - it turns out he had a warrant!

I didn't here all of the conversation, but apparently he didn't show up for court or pay a fine. I did hear the cop say that this had gone on like 12 or 13 times (court appearances, something about a suspended license). They of course had to take him in. They cuffed him, and at first I felt bad but they probably have no choice, have to cuff everyone etc.

I looked him up on the county sherriff's office page. Two arrests showed up. One in 2006 for driving with a suspended license. The second one was in January for domestic violence! .

He seemed like such a harmless elderly guy. The domestic stuff may have had something to do with dementia, he did seem a little confused.

But that situation did not turn out like I expected it too .
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