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The US postal service announced today that starting later this year, there would be no mail service on Saturday.
CNN Eatocracy blogger AleeD went into immediate panic mode, until she learned that this referred to mail deliveries and not male service.
You may now return to your regularly scheduled Eatocracy.
What about packages?
AleeD likes packages. ~_~
whatever happened to your article on hopslam, justin lear had been talking about it on twitter?
Good morning flamenons! Still trying to get rid of a timeshare week that expires on 2/20/13 so it doesn't go back to the resort/exchange company wasted...so I've looked at a few places where I know this fine clan is around...if anyone interested, please let me know.
Virginia Beach, Williamsburg
Wish I could help you there Darlin', but...
Virginia Beach, Williamsburg – Been there.
Orlando (Kissimmee) – Not a fan of humidity
Atlantic City – I don't gamble
Las Vegas – See atlantic City
Sedona – Not a hippie/stoner/new ageer
Cape Cod – Been there
Branson – Would rather be beaten for a long weekend.
Myrtle Beach – Been there
Gatlinburg – See Branson
Now if you had Tokyo, Taipei, Hong Kong, Beijing, Seoul or Fukuoka, we'd be talkin'...
Did I mention I was thinking about renaming the dungeon, Branson? ~_~
We have someone in our Florida office who now refers to people from your fine state as "Floridiots"...present company excluded I'm sure. I guess she can say this as she is one of them?? o.O
Floridorks could be one, too. I don't know the type of people your friend deals with, but we all aren't Floridolts (and yet another). Some of us natives prefer the term "Cracker." My favorite is how one refers to someone from Maine: Maineiacs.
We refer to those types as "Clodoradans"
LOL on Branson...me three.
OK, no Asia available but we do have New Caledonia (Sout Pacific), lots of Europe, Canada, Argentina, Venezuela, Columbia, Mexico and Austraila...I just didn't figure anyone would be interested in last minute airfares to these locales$$
"... last minute affairs"...?
I should have known you would read it that way! ;)
The mind is wherever head is at the time. Oh. TMI? ~_~
Reminder that Sedona is, culturally, a layered town. There are solid citizens, the artists. those in city governance, those who service the tourists, as well as the dippsy doodle new ager types and no one gives them much respect. There's a lot more to Sedona than the twit crowd. I'd move there if I had the bucks. Cheers!
"Those who service the tourists"...?!
Maybe worth a drive down after all...:)
You silly! I just KNEW someone would take my comment and, er, run with it!
I recently learned that September 29th is National Coffee Day! (It's never too early to start planning!) As a matter of fact, I blogged about it: http://coffeebeancoffee.tumblr.com/ . If you're a coffee lover, it's a good day to mark on your calendar because there are many opportunities to get free or discounted coffee on that day.
Great blog! Thank you.
Fans of the popular board game "Monopoly" have voted to eliminate the iron token, and replace it with a cat.
Sweet. Now the dog has something to eat.
I absolutely LOVE your sense of humor!
That means someone could have a monopoly on some pu$$y ...
Oh wait ... that's backwards.
THAT my dear, is a commodity that has been traded like currency since the dawn of time...;)
Would that be the same "dawn" as the dawn of crack? Apropos for the subject matter.
It amazes me where your mind goes....;)
Ditto with Turth's comment. Aleey Dee you are a good ....er....."read."
I can guess where you will go with that one?
Wait. They voted off the iron and not the thimble? That's surprising.
I'd think the iron sees more use than the thimble, but it looks like I'm wrong.
Unless the cat is sitting down, it's going to look alot like the Scottie dog. I always wanted to get rid of the wheelbarrow because it would never stay upright.
Question for the morning – the US Postal Service has decided to stop delivering "letters" on Saturday. When was the last time you received something important via US Mail?
For me, its been a long, long time.
Friday, October 28, 2011.
Several times a month. All our bills are handled thru the USPS. That has more to do with hubby than me. ;)
Good morning all, from an unseasonably warm Denver. Supposed to hit the upper fifties again today.
How is everyone doing today?
Morning ! Got a new phone – world of difference !!! Hope everyone has a Great day & hopefully I can get back on here!
Good morning! Early conference call this morning, then another later today, then taking Dad to dinner and a presentation on local history at my library. It gets him out of the house and interacting with others, so while its not my first choice for the evening, its worth it.
Anyone else doing anything fun this week?
Gotta love Soundgarden. Reminds me of the summer of 94 living in Boulder, CO painting houses.
Is that what they called smoking the reef back then?
Little did Rafael know, Lolita pleasured Sven last nite, too.
I think you nailed that one! lol...
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