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    If you haven't figured out that whole pints thing yet, then you need to spend more time in pubs.............er, I mean bars.
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    I've got these cameras on my house that let me know if a cat walks by, or a plant leaf blows in the wind... Every now and then I catch sight of this old guy lumbering by or loitering around looking like he's trying to look like he's doing something productive... He just sorta wanders around aimlessly like he doesn't know what he's doing... It looks like he's got some kind of mental disability or something... I've tried to catch him numerous times but he seems to stay one step ahead of me or one step behind...

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    That must be the same guy that comes by my house. He always seems to be just beyond my grasp, which doesn't say much for my grasp. The camera at my front door sends me a text to let me know when someone is on the front porch but by the time I turtle out of the big easy chair, wobble around and get my bearings, then make my way to the front door, whoever was there is always gone. It is nice to know when someone leaves me a package though. That dang camera texts me even when I go get the mail. It's like I don't know it's me going in and out for pity sake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    If you haven't figured out that whole pints thing yet, then you need to spend more time in pubs.............er, I mean bars.
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    Years.......
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    Well, I guess I was right! Got three feet of snow Saturday.

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    We got 3-1/2 feet...............of sunshine.
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    That is God's way of telling you that you shouldn't live there. Three feet of snow is...is...is time for a for sale sign.
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    3.5 feet ain't bad. Shoveling snow is great exercise (translate: All that snow is a great excuse to stay in bed and watch videos.)

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