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Old 12-22-2007, 02:20 PM   #406
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In theory, I should love it. It's warm, it's gooey, and it's cheese. What more could you ask for? My daughter though, she would sell her soul for a wheel of brie.
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No, I'm working Monday and Wednesday....Thurs/Fri I'm off, but that so I can take my son to baseball camp.

I just got back from the gym, we took my daughter for the first time...she liked it...

How are you Ms. VP...
You poor Americans, having to work the day after Christmas. Sigh.

I'm well, thanks. Got my shopping done, just have to wrap, get my tree up, shop for food, plan and make dinner...

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I'm not really a cheese person,
That's the most horrible thing I've ever heard! Or the saddest.



In other news, I finally found my missing Franz Ferdinand CD. I was going through my CDs and clearing some stuff out, and I found it inside a Charlie Sexton CD case.

Veep, you still rock my world for uploading it for me last week.
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Hey Cori...

Alright ladies...off to pick up me son...he's over at a friend's house...peace out...
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That's the most horrible thing I've ever heard! Or the saddest.



In other news, I finally found my missing Franz Ferdinand CD. I was going through my CDs and clearing some stuff out, and I found it inside a Charlie Sexton CD case.

Veep, you still rock my world for uploading it for me last week.
Yay for finding it! It was no problem, I'm surprised I hadn't ripped it long ago. I need a bigger hard drive so I can get more of my cds on here.
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Brie? Sarah loves it. I think she ate and entire wheel at Snow's place.


sarah and the brie

I will make sure I'm well stocked the next time you guys are out this way!!


thats cool about the statuettes - how did the recommend selling them?
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I have no idea how I came upon this (I looked through my history and cannot figure it out), but might I recommend this to any of our fine, young jewish lads?

http://gawker.com/news/not-at-christ...ist-336259.php

Some good looking ladies in that. If I were single I would go. Do Jewish girls go crazy for the Swayze?

were you looking for porn?





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I'm super hungry. It's raining, which should deter me from wanting to go out and find some takeout, but it's so tempting. There's a sushi place not far from here that has an awesome special - 16 rolls for $6.99. You get to pick two choices from a list.

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sarah and the brie

I will make sure I'm well stocked the next time you guys are out this way!!


thats cool about the statuettes - how did the recommend selling them?
The dealers that came and bought the stuff last week are the ones who appraised the estate to begin with. We discussed, which I've heard time and time again over the past year, that the bottom has fallen out of the antique market. They blame ebay. They say, which makes sense, that no matter what the book value of items are, they're only worth what they're going for on ebay. They did suggest putting them on ebay and setting a price limit, but the thought of them getting ruined in shipping makes me averse to that.

The trick is, you have to find someone who is into the specific items you're selling to get anywhere close to their value, and I just can't be bothered. I don't really have any attachment to the horses, except sentimentally because of what they meant to the lady who owned them...so, I'll probably just hang onto them, and someday Sarah's grandchildren can deal with selling them.
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it all makes sense though. at least you have gotten something. dealers must be really suffering themselves unless they jump on the ebay wagon.


enjoy your sushi cori.

do I need to go to Toys r us today or will a gift cert do instead?
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I'm going to toys r us tonight Wrapping I realized I forgot a couple things.

brie isn't always cooked right? I don't like it cooked and melty. Maybe I'm thinking of the wrong spreadable cheese.

I gotta go up to my parents soon. I'm getting an upgrade to my AAA membership for christmas "since my car is so unreliable".

I know I should be excited.

god i want some bacon
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Unless you're sure of the specific item the kid wants, and that no one else is getting it for him/her, I'd go for the gift card.

I don't really have any little kids to buy for anymore. Because my brother and sister are so much older than me, I'm closer in age to all of my nieces and nephews, and so now I have a shitload of great nieces/nephews - they've been spawning at an alarming rate over the past 5 years or so so, we all just sorta buy for our own kids now. I kinda miss toy shopping.

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In other news, I finally found my missing Franz Ferdinand CD.

The first album? I really love that album. Really underrated.
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Yep, the first one. I like both their albums but don't love them. I was happy to find the CD, though.
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The second one I didn't like as much, although "Walk Away" is my favorite song by them.
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