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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/13/2008 5:10 PM (#9118 - in reply to #9116)
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Yo ho ho Christmas cheese sneaked in between posts Santa Tracy ! Nice ...
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instinctual
Posted 8/13/2008 7:27 PM (#9126 - in reply to #8596)
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Ha Ha Tracy! Ha hahaha!
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mruppert
Posted 8/14/2008 1:06 AM (#9135 - in reply to #9073)
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Sunny....if you would like, and can, I would love to read what you have to say in Welsh....I can speak and read it somewhat but am very poor in writing....too many consonents and not enough vowels, for Americal and Brital tastes.....egad.....I am using Bristolian things...the al's on the end of words....Asda is Asda....it is NOT Asdal, unless you are in Bristol.
You must know from reading through posts of the past, that I have always wanted to study and teach at UWales Lampeter, as that is the only place that has a discipline of "Religious Experience", teaching much the same courses as are offered by UMS, but with academic credentials. I have conversed with Dr. Wendy Docett, whose speciality is Janeism, and is the head of the programme.
     Unfortunately, I cannot cross the pond, as my dollar is only worth half your quid. Nor can I do it via correspondence, since my dollar is still worth half your pound. And, via correspondence, I would not get the taste and flavor of being in Lampeter, which (to me and many) is a mystical place.
     Should Dame Fortune smile on me, as she will, I am there in Lampeter in a heart beat. But I have several things to do on the journey. I shall visit my long lasting and beloved research associate, as she is a "true healer"...imagine a face-to-face after all these years! I shall visit Dr. Elizabeth Diamond, a renowned graduate of UMS, and quite the successful businesswoman....doing great work in all things spiritual! Damn it though, the Pier burnt down at Weston!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      And, maybe Sunny, I shall pass by you on the street somewhere, and you will know that this is not a dreamworld, but a reality.

Peace and Paws,
Mr Muppet and Shadow Cats, Lucky, Poppy and Sissy
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Rose
Posted 8/14/2008 1:19 AM (#9137 - in reply to #9116)
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I kept wondering, "who is this Jerry everyone is speaking of", then I read Pauls post about "Tom and Jerry" ....so it's the mouse?

Well, all I know is when I saw that beautiful picture of Cheese that T shared with us all...I just sat here and gazed and thought of a time when I wasn't "lactose intollerant"...those were the days....

Now it's strictly Goat and Sheep milk, cheese etc. But cheese is another one of those great products that make fabulous meals.

Thanks T for sharing!
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Rose
Posted 8/14/2008 1:21 AM (#9138 - in reply to #9135)
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What a beautiful sentiment PM!
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mruppert
Posted 8/14/2008 3:33 AM (#9143 - in reply to #8596)
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Hi Feathers, ah huh....Jerry is the mouse! My cats would run away from Jerry. They just simply would not know what to do and would be afraid.
They are used to eating and sleeping, and playing their cat games. Were I to put them outside, they would last a very few days.
We, on the otherhand, know full well how to kill, and we do it with reckless abandon. We do it because it is in our nature...no teaching is required.

Peace and luv,
Marty and Fraidycats, Luck, Popp, and SissyGirl
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Posted 8/14/2008 9:36 AM (#9152 - in reply to #9116)
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lol... thank you for that i needed to laugh this morning..
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/14/2008 11:54 AM (#9159 - in reply to #9137)
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Must be the nomadic feathered gene, dearest Rose, as I too cannot take cow's milk, or wheat ...

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Tracy Martin
Posted 8/14/2008 6:50 PM (#9187 - in reply to #8596)
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Ah Jerry, looks like you've been tagged!
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/c4/MouseTroublebook.jpg
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Posted 8/14/2008 7:14 PM (#9189 - in reply to #8596)
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AhAhHaHa!!!!!! Laughing out loud here!!!! SO funny!
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Tracy Martin
Posted 8/14/2008 7:16 PM (#9190 - in reply to #8596)
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How about this one? Sweet!

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2006/07/images/060705-mouse-frog_big.jpg
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Posted 8/14/2008 7:22 PM (#9192 - in reply to #8596)
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We had to burry our pet Milton, who was a tiny furry friend who lasted much longer than the average hamster. Surely he is missed now, but we sure loved having him around. Seeing these pictures make me smile, in loving memory.

Thank you!
 
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instinctual
Posted 8/14/2008 7:32 PM (#9193 - in reply to #8596)
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Holy hampster, what a sweet little guy!!!

Sorry for your loss Jilly...as far as I can read it because the pic is extending into your text!!!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/15/2008 9:42 AM (#9224 - in reply to #9193)
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Tom and Jerry are quite metaphysical I guess aren't they ? ... Love, hate, reparation, fun: lions laying down with lambs, etc ... !!

David and Goliath where nobody dies and everyone is friends really x
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instinctual
Posted 8/15/2008 1:12 PM (#9244 - in reply to #8596)
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You know, P...that is so true! Cartoon characters are created by humans, with souls and living breathing personalities! I have this discussion often with my husband re: his scientific viewpoints and research on nanotechnology and primarily, R o b o t s! Personally, they freak me out. I am also a person who has never watched the entire Wizard of Oz movie because it scares me. Going to the circus? Forget about it! My point is, I feel that the creation of false entities ( robots, cartoon characters, avatars on public chat sites )can perhaps be attributed to the people who gave birth to them-in the way that these people are unable to feel the emotions on a human level, hence they transfer these emotions onto their creations!

I really feel creeped out even thinking about it!! Perhaps I was tortured by a robot dressed like a clown walking down the yellow brick road with Dorothy eating cheese with Tom and Jerry in a past life!?

Oh I need sage. Haha!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/15/2008 1:14 PM (#9246 - in reply to #9244)
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We might indeed be in The Matrix x
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Rose
Posted 8/15/2008 11:05 PM (#9273 - in reply to #9190)
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Definitely a better way of transport...no reliance on foreign oil...
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mruppert
Posted 8/15/2008 11:21 PM (#9276 - in reply to #8596)
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One of these days, get some old Popeye cartoons and really pay attention to what he mumbles.....some of it is quite racy.....particulary when he is with Olyve Oyl......most embarraskink, well blow me down!
"I yam what I yam and that's all that I yam;
Strong to the finich cos I eats me Spinich,
Oimn Popeye the Sailor Man!"

Marty and Poopye, Peepeye and the dumb Sissy, who doesn't get it!
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instinctual
Posted 8/15/2008 11:30 PM (#9278 - in reply to #8596)
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Popeye is the most scary of em all! No, I won't do it! Even if you give me a hamburger today, and I pay you next Tuesday!
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mruppert
Posted 8/16/2008 12:20 AM (#9282 - in reply to #8596)
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Gee......L...O...R....I......
       I wish I could add an A.....I shall have to accuse you of being wimpy about this!

Shadows of Knight,
Marty and his children, Lucky, Poppy and Sissy....
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instinctual
Posted 8/16/2008 1:00 AM (#9284 - in reply to #8596)
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Hardy Har Har Har! Clever you are!

Peace out to you and yours!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/16/2008 8:49 AM (#9301 - in reply to #9284)
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Ha - but the spinach illusion came about as a decimal point error didn;t it ? Though that might be the meat fraternity lobby ... anyhow, greens rules !!
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Posted 8/16/2008 11:43 PM (#9329 - in reply to #8596)
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Did it really, P? Meaning that spinach "created" by accident? (Or am I still a bit jetlagged from earlier)?

Signed..
Duh
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/17/2008 3:13 PM (#9336 - in reply to #9329)
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Sorry Lori, Lorria, Mines of Moria (Lord of the Rings!) ... my enigmaticism strikes again ... I only meant, not being an expert, that some years back I heard that the idea that spinach was the healthiest green arose from a decimal point error, eg, not sure of the fact, but something like, a researcher identifying it had 2 % iron, instead of 0.2% ...

but now, hey, that broccoli appears to be a cancer buster, who really knows?

Yours,

Green Lantern

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (wow, good story), Santa Claus, etc. xx
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instinctual
Posted 8/18/2008 12:24 PM (#9356 - in reply to #8596)
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Holy hemoglobin, Batman! That's a huge difference! Never knew that...but I love love spinach...! I love broc too but get horribly ill when I eat it...

either way, though...green rules!
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