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Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 09.10.2009 00:00

Nice picture on CAM5 eamon, looks alot like sunsets here in fire season. Red & Orange sunsets, I love them.

Reading the GB, laughing & spilling my p**king tea all over my desk. A good way to finish this p***king day
Mies





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posted: 08.10.2009 23:31

Wait a p**king minute! When I first looked at Pat\'s post there were **** where 4ket is now....I swear I wasn\'t seeing things. WEBBIE!!! There was also a comment on how shocked our dear FR would be??? Am I going crazy? DON\'T answer that

Liz, Geez stop buttering up Madam Woo, it won\'t get you under her radar.

Annette looks like you better run and start praying...What the heck did you do anyway? I sent Pat the recipe after she nagged me for days about it

Better go because, They\'re Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.10.2009 22:43

Good morning all.mies its starts wit a b..and ends with a g ..not pink..haa now annette you got that wicket women s blood going again ..heven help us ..madam woo..ill sort annette out ok .she wount let you down again..its just she has a short memory ...patrica haa spelling ..yes last nigh i wrote all my good nights to you .and when i posted it not one word was on it only the smilyes..ah even smiles are spelled wrong see annette the mockers are on my spelling again over madam woo being here oh women .ahhhhhhhhh now ill just pray ..love lizxxx
Mies





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posted: 08.10.2009 21:35

BAG!!!! (Whoops! I hope Madam Woo didn\'t think I was addressing her)...

Yup, paper bag..Spell my way out of a paper bag. I didn\'t think hat was right. I probably had Liz\'s red hat on my mind.

Geez Pat, you don\'t have to cuss at me:

Just say \"I can\'t spell. **** all\"....

hmmmm, I am trying to fill in the ****...does it start with a \"p\" and end in a \"k\"????
Madam Woo

Location:
USA - Louisiana


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posted: 08.10.2009 20:56

Madam Woo here.

Really, Ms Annette, you are

an ungrateful wretch.

Didn\'t I once cure you of a dreadful habit, something like getting out of bed in the middle of the night, and you only were likely to be in the hospital 3 or 4 days to get cured of the injuries sustained during the treatment. It\'s awful not to be appreciated. Humph.

signed,

Madam Woo, DDC (Dedicated Doctor of Cures, VoNP (Victim of Non-appreciative People) and many other things.



Patricia





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posted: 08.10.2009 20:41

Mies:

\"Oh good gawd there I go again. Of course I meant \"scenic\" not senic. Can\'t spell my way out of a hat or whatever the saying? Is there a saying for it?\"

The saying is \"Can\'t punch my way out of a paper bag\", but you are a little off the subject.

Just say \"I can\'t spell. 4ket all\". Saint Webbie approved language. It is, it is!

Bye.

P

Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 08.10.2009 20:26

Hello everybody, I can\'t believe it. I had two days off and didn\'t find time to post here. Yesterday, I started packing my case for our \'girls-trip\' and then decided to clean up some wardrobes/closets at one go. I can just say: wrong decision... It turned out to be a life-task, probably.

Well, I\'ve just enjoyed Webbie\'s cleeks... ...and got sidetracked, of course. Now, again, no time is left to write a long post. I\'m too tired and my bed is waiting. I have to get up very early tomorrow morning.

I hope I can send Pat that recipe for tomato-relish tomorrow, too. Otherwise she will send me Madam Woo and I\'m not sure if I set a high value on her companionship or advice.

I will be home late after work tomorrow but will think of a special friend for sure.



Mies





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posted: 08.10.2009 18:04

Oh good gawd there I go again. Of course I meant \"scenic\" not senic. Can\'t spell my way out of a hat or whatever the saying? Is there a saying for it?

Mick, You\'d been perfect for the Lewis & Clark gang. Camp cook and lookout for unfriendly foe. Ah man, you\'d love the Clearwater.

I hope I didn\'t use any unmentionable words in my posts today...I\'m p*nking sorry if I did
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 08.10.2009 17:39

Oh thank you Webbie for posting the Clearwater River pic. Every time we follow it, no matter what the weather conditions, it\'s true to it\'s name. You can literally see every detail down to the bottom. We also travel along the Lochsa River(lock-saw), a Flathead Indian word meaning rough water. And it is. \"Wild and Senic\"...
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 08.10.2009 16:18

Yo George

Great pic on 5.

Can just see myself mosyeing down to the river and unsaddling my ol cayuse - making camp for the night and rustling up a plate of bacon and beans.

Have to keep an eye out fer pesky hostiles in them trees though.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.10.2009 11:36

I just said good night to you but it did not come out haaa no im not drunk love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.10.2009 11:35

phillis





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posted: 08.10.2009 08:58

Loved the shot on Cam5. Makes me want to paddle my canoe...hope that\'s not an obscene phrase somewhere!
phillis





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posted: 08.10.2009 08:56

It\'s raining still. Ah, p**k it!



Learned a new curse word!

Good Morning and y\'all take care. Going to the hospital now to do my duty! TTFN
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...lol. Use 4ket
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 08.10.2009 06:40

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 08.10.2009 02:30

Thanks Webbie for posting my picture on the POD. The Clearwater River is one the last free running rivers in north Idaho. It was where Lewis & Clark changed to canoes for the last leg of their journey to the Pacific. Much of the country around it hasn\'t changed much since 1805.

Pat-Yes we watched the NPS series on PBS, it was great. Amazon has it on sale already & we\'re thinking of buying it.

My guess is females in boot camp haven\'t changed many of the old traditions.
Patricia





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posted: 08.10.2009 01:19

I forgot to tell you that Ms Cat is fine, probably doesn\'t have Alzheimers after all. She went to the Vet for her yearly check-up and shots about a week and a half ago, and he says that she is a little anemic, and should eat a little meat, but she won\'t eat anything except her regular dry cat food, and I may have to give her pills, which is sure to net me some pretty good scratched hands and arms, she\'s a terror. Vet says she might just be slowing down because of her age. I can relate to that.

I\'m off to sit in the Big Fat Chair for a while, and read a book about how to build barns. I don\'t intend to be building any in the forseeable future, but if I ever have to, I\'ll know how.

Y\'all be good.

Bye!

P

Patricia





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posted: 08.10.2009 01:05

I guess we do have something like those slow worms here, though they are not very common, we call them glass snakes because their tails break off like other lizards. I just always thought they were snakes. Whatever, I don\'t like them much, but your boy in the cleek sure did, Webbie.

Mr. Mies, I understand that you can\'t write your boot camp song on here. I think many of those marching songs they sing in the services were kind of unprintable, right? I wonder if it is any different now that there are more females in the ranks. Probably not, Drill Sargeants are pretty tough cookies.

Patricia





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posted: 08.10.2009 00:55

Nice pic of the Clearwater River on CAM 5, Mr. Mies. Have you been watching the PBS series on national parks? It\'s quite good. Ask Tomato Woman where that Annette recipe for relish is, she hasn\'t sent it to me yet.

Phillis, as you have probably gathered, Mar hates the color p**k, so we try not to mention it.

Thanks for the cleeks, Webbie. You are a very good informaion gatherer. That woman in Lakeland who was attacked by raccoons...that was very strange. I lived in Lakeland in central Florida for many years, and don\'t think I ever saw a raccoon in the wild there. I do remember seeing them in bunches in Tomoka Park near Jacksonville, though.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 07.10.2009 20:48

Good morning all..well miclin the toughts of them big things in my garden .ahhhhh no..so if webbie is saying a prayer for you ..there is no hope of your been safe as you see he pretends to be good ..belive me..he is not in the pro..he is at the 40ft..so take care..mies haa mar will have a long way to come to get me that why i say ..pink..love lizxxx
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 07.10.2009 16:12

Hey Webbie, thanks for cleek on raccoon attack. Pat, make sure you don\'t get in a scuff with one....AND, just watched the slow worm cleek. I have a different attitude towards them now. Kinda cute and helpful in a garden. Mick, looks like you are lucky to have them.

Very peppy Boney M cleeks and Sonny & Cher (1965). I kinda remember listening to them from my crib..hehehe...You believe that? I gotta a bridge for sale
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 07.10.2009 15:27

Okay, I remember you all chuckled when Mr Mies told you I ran upon seeing a humongous raccoon approaching me in my yard. Now I see on the news in Pat\'s part of the USA an attack of a poor old lady while standing on her porch trying to shoo a gang of raccoons away. They launched themselves at her body, knocking her down. While on the ground, biting and scratching her viciously...Good thing I ran screaming like a little school girl when I did...right?
  
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Story
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 07.10.2009 15:05

Geez Mick, it\'s a harmless song. School kids sing it on the bus on the way to school. Probably to shake up the driver a little...Keeps him in line. OMG, speaking of nightmares, you have those monsters in your garden???

Yup Phillis, you must be careful what you say here. You never know what is a no-no word. Take the \"P\" word for instance. Liz is the only one that dares to spell out the word in full. The rest of us are extremely afraid of Mar\'s wrath over us using it
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 07.10.2009 13:09

Hi miclin ah thats right mar wount like the p word ..ill spell it just in case (pink).lol im off to bed now good night god bless all love lizxxx
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 07.10.2009 12:59

Whatho chaps.

Just had a flick back on the GB during a rare quiet moment in the newsroom and saw Phillis used the p word - she\'s gonna get it from Mar.

Don\'t read gaelic but I think Webbie was saying a little prayer to save me from eternal damnation.

Patricia - How dare you, I\'m a journalist I never make things up - well almost never.