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« Reply #780 on: May 21, 2007, 11:59:05 PM »

Casa, Lala's and all it is true you never stop worrying about your kids and then your grandkids.

As alot of you know, I live in a very small town in Illinois. We have a very good volunteer Fire Department and Rescue department. Thank God we have never had to use the Fire Department but have used the Rescue department twice. Both at night. I think those volunteers sleep with there clothes on they are so fast.

Last night our Friends lost there 2 year old granchild. Aspirated a balloon or piece of. The childs father as well as Grandfather are both on our rescue department as well as being 2 of 3 EMT s. Still were unable to save the child. Heartbreaking.
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« Reply #781 on: May 21, 2007, 11:59:05 PM »

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This is a tiny little program that you install and it checks your spelling on anything you type anywhere on the Internet.

Doesn't interfere with anything and I have used it for years without even a single problem.

You DO have to right click and select Check Spelling from the little menu, however.  Doesn't work automatically and sometimes I am too lazy/tired to use it.

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too lazy ???

or too tired from changing clothes all the time



heheheheheheheheehe..
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just teasing ya Anna  Very Happy


How fast do robots run?


i typed in CAMO mode, i dont think she can see me  Cool
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« Reply #782 on: May 21, 2007, 11:59:10 PM »

Looks like Jorans book is not even top 60 anymore in the NL. Hope he spends that book money fast cause his freedom is nearing a end. Cool
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« Reply #783 on: May 21, 2007, 11:59:41 PM »

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I fixed grits every morning for 20 years. Haven't fixed them once since the divorce.
 I miss the grits.  Laughing
Laughing  Laughing  Make yourself some grits and just forget all the other.

Has anyone other than my mother, myself made grits with butter and sugar to encourage little tikes to eat grits.


I absolutely love grits!!!!
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« Reply #784 on: May 22, 2007, 12:01:02 AM »

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Casa, Lala's and all it is true you never stop worrying about your kids and then your grandkids.

As alot of you know, I live in a very small town in Illinois. We have a very good volunteer Fire Department and Rescue department. Thank God we have never had to use the Fire Department but have used the Rescue department twice. Both at night. I think those volunteers sleep with there clothes on they are so fast.

Last night our Friends lost there 2 year old granchild. Aspirated a balloon or piece of. The childs father as well as Grandfather are both on our rescue department as well as being 2 of 3 EMT s. Still were unable to save the child. Heartbreaking.


THat is so very sad, Sam.  Such a tragedy.  Crying or Very sad
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« Reply #785 on: May 22, 2007, 12:01:39 AM »

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Time for me to Hug Nemo.  See you monkeys tomorrow.


Nite nite Lala's.  I will attend to the sweeping tonight  Wink
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« Reply #786 on: May 22, 2007, 12:02:22 AM »

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Bleachedblack - yes, TES plans to go back to Aruba mid-June


From the discussions I was apart of this is a done deal. There are some last minute logistics involved, but as Arnold said ... THEY WILL BE BACK!

There will be much more to report on this as it becomes more available. We are trying to get an interview with the company who is helping do this in-dept search. It really is quite something.

A deep water search is quite the under taking and the technology is just amazing. More to come on this in the future for sure.


I am so glad to hear this, though I would not have faulted TES if they did not return to Aruba after the treatment they received the last several times there.


Who necessarily says they are going to Aruba? Just a thought.  Wink







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« Reply #787 on: May 22, 2007, 12:02:44 AM »

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Looks like Jorans book is not even top 60 anymore in the NL. Hope he spends that book money fast cause his freedom is nearing a end. Cool


Wonder how large the pages are and if they would serve to line a bird cage. It should be out soon on the dollar booktable in some 2nd rate bookstore.
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« Reply #788 on: May 22, 2007, 12:03:45 AM »

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Time for me to Hug Nemo.  See you monkeys tomorrow.


Night Lalas..
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« Reply #789 on: May 22, 2007, 12:04:14 AM »

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I am back from Texas ... TES had a great event and I think we are going to be able to offer some more things for you guys here ar Scared Monkeys to help TES and their searches.


Welcome Back Red.. what an awesome show !
Be interesting to hear how we can help!


Thanks ... we try to get you a flavor of what its like to be there. In the next day or so many pics and video will be available of the event.

It really was an experience.

Rough early estimates are that they raised $60-65K ...  Very Happy
.  I am only sorry it was not $65,000,000 for such awesome work.  What are the avenues for government grants, or do we want to get into this, since it would facilitate involvement of paperwork that would require more money via paperwork than money obtained.
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« Reply #790 on: May 22, 2007, 12:04:19 AM »

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Bleachedblack - yes, TES plans to go back to Aruba mid-June


From the discussions I was apart of this is a done deal. There are some last minute logistics involved, but as Arnold said ... THEY WILL BE BACK!

There will be much more to report on this as it becomes more available. We are trying to get an interview with the company who is helping do this in-dept search. It really is quite something.

A deep water search is quite the under taking and the technology is just amazing. More to come on this in the future for sure.


I am so glad to hear this, though I would not have faulted TES if they did not return to Aruba after the treatment they received the last several times there.


Who necessarily says they are going to Aruba? Just a thought.  Wink







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hi angie....so nice to see you

i am still in shock   Shocked  Shocked  Shocked  Shocked
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« Reply #791 on: May 22, 2007, 12:04:44 AM »

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I fixed grits every morning for 20 years. Haven't fixed them once since the divorce.
 I miss the grits.  Laughing
Laughing  Laughing  Make yourself some grits and just forget all the other.

Has anyone other than my mother, myself made grits with butter and sugar to encourage little tikes to eat grits.


Sounds just like we used to have our porridge (oatmeal), plus milk.
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« Reply #792 on: May 22, 2007, 12:04:59 AM »

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Casa, Lala's and all it is true you never stop worrying about your kids and then your grandkids.

As alot of you know, I live in a very small town in Illinois. We have a very good volunteer Fire Department and Rescue department. Thank God we have never had to use the Fire Department but have used the Rescue department twice. Both at night. I think those volunteers sleep with there clothes on they are so fast.

Last night our Friends lost there 2 year old granchild. Aspirated a balloon or piece of. The childs father as well as Grandfather are both on our rescue department as well as being 2 of 3 EMT s. Still were unable to save the child. Heartbreaking.


My parents live in a rural area and the First Responder was at their house within 3 minutes and saved my dad's life when he had a massive heart attack.

I am sorry to hear about your friends' grandbaby.  They are in my prayers.
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Bleachedblack - yes, TES plans to go back to Aruba mid-June


From the discussions I was apart of this is a done deal. There are some last minute logistics involved, but as Arnold said ... THEY WILL BE BACK!

There will be much more to report on this as it becomes more available. We are trying to get an interview with the company who is helping do this in-dept search. It really is quite something.

A deep water search is quite the under taking and the technology is just amazing. More to come on this in the future for sure.


I am so glad to hear this, though I would not have faulted TES if they did not return to Aruba after the treatment they received the last several times there.


Who necessarily says they are going to Aruba? Just a thought.  Wink







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Staying in Aruba ...
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« Reply #794 on: May 22, 2007, 12:05:24 AM »

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Casa, Lala's and all it is true you never stop worrying about your kids and then your grandkids.

As alot of you know, I live in a very small town in Illinois. We have a very good volunteer Fire Department and Rescue department. Thank God we have never had to use the Fire Department but have used the Rescue department twice. Both at night. I think those volunteers sleep with there clothes on they are so fast.

Last night our Friends lost there 2 year old granchild. Aspirated a balloon or piece of. The childs father as well as Grandfather are both on our rescue department as well as being 2 of 3 EMT s. Still were unable to save the child. Heartbreaking.


OMG what a tragedy for that family. The poor parents will face the "what if's" for a very very long time.............so sad.
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« Reply #795 on: May 22, 2007, 12:06:55 AM »

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Memory is of course often effected, as such leads many people post stroke  to at times understand what is being said to them, but they are not able to speak having varrying degrees of expressive aphasia. Memory impairment
definately can play apart. I have seen some people with mild memory impairment , profound loss of gross motor movement  retain their  primary language and it always reminds me what miracle the human brain is.


I saw one of those brief little things they do on the news recently and they said that those who have suffered a stroke who are smokers no longer have the urge to smoke. They said it may eventually lead to a real breakthrough in a way to keep us smokers from wanting a cigarette. That would be a good thing.


You mean a fellow would be better off with a stroke than a cigarette. Shocked
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« Reply #796 on: May 22, 2007, 12:08:34 AM »

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Casa, Lala's and all it is true you never stop worrying about your kids and then your grandkids.

As alot of you know, I live in a very small town in Illinois. We have a very good volunteer Fire Department and Rescue department. Thank God we have never had to use the Fire Department but have used the Rescue department twice. Both at night. I think those volunteers sleep with there clothes on they are so fast.

Last night our Friends lost there 2 year old granchild. Aspirated a balloon or piece of. The childs father as well as Grandfather are both on our rescue department as well as being 2 of 3 EMT s. Still were unable to save the child. Heartbreaking.


THat is so very sad, Sam.  Such a tragedy.  Crying or Very sad


Yes it is. Breaks my heart. I can only imagine how they feel. Two older siblings, 4 and 6 which is probably how the child got ahold of the balloon.
My hubby said it could have happened to us. And I said No not at that age because I always knew the danger. But other things can be just as dangerous. Like hot dogs. So many things plus older children can aspirate on balloons as well.

I am so greatful to God that he allowed us to raise 2 healthy children.
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« Reply #797 on: May 22, 2007, 12:08:50 AM »

Nite Monkeys,I am sorry about the child and the balloon.Good to see you Red.I gave out the good formula to Gumbo,so enjoy.Okra is good and I love Grits.
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« Reply #798 on: May 22, 2007, 12:09:03 AM »

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Looks like Jorans book is not even top 60 anymore in the NL. Hope he spends that book money fast cause his freedom is nearing a end. Cool


Wonder how large the pages are and if they would serve to line a bird cage. It should be out soon on the dollar booktable in some 2nd rate bookstore.


If they are not big enough for a birdcage I would have some other suggestions for their use  Evil or Very Mad  Evil or Very Mad
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« Reply #799 on: May 22, 2007, 12:10:32 AM »

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Looks like Jorans book is not even top 60 anymore in the NL. Hope he spends that book money fast cause his freedom is nearing a end. Cool


Wonder how large the pages are and if they would serve to line a bird cage. It should be out soon on the dollar booktable in some 2nd rate bookstore.


His next stop is Aruba..I am sure first in line on his book tour to interview him will be the KLPD. Twisted Evil Then the eagerly awaited Memoirs of the Pimps Mother due out 3rd-4th quarter.
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