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post #1 of 49 Old 03-03-2017, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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A March Friday Night Conversation.

Sorry for lack of clever title again. I try to keep it interesting and with what's going on . But not much going on, hard to work with this time of year with Presidents Day and the like. As usual post your upcoming events and of course what's for supper. I am not quite sure yet, and supper this week has been frozen dinner and leftovers. I gotta say the Costco brand of frozen lasagna was surprising good. This has been a weird, long hard week. One that saw many miles, sitting in traffic and waiting rooms and found me playing Grace Potter's Ragged Company on more than one occasion. And weirdly thinking back now, in some ways it's a blur. Starting with my dad falling Sunday morning( he's ok just ugh added to things) Sorry so much about me, don't usually do that. Anyway some kickoff questions. Take them and run. Been going really well lately.

To start a tip of the cap for Bill Paxton who passed away since the last conversation. Always good in his roles. Especially for me as Morgan in Tombstone. My all time favorite and one of the ones I literally know word for word. What are some that you know like that?

Speaking of movies, when you go are you a candy, popcorn, or both kinda person.

What is your favorite chip/snack cracker? Lately I have been on a kick for Ruffles All Dressed. Apparently a Canadian thing, at least according to their marketing.

Right or left handed? Been noticing a lot of creative people here and in my own life have found lefties more creative. Wondering if it's a coincidence or. Something to it. Thoughts?

Any and all input is needed this week. So kick in and keep it going.
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To start a tip of the cap for Bill Paxton who passed away since the last conversation. Always good in his roles. Especially for me as Morgan in Tombstone. My all time favorite and one of the ones I literally know word for word. What are some that you know like that?

Speaking of movies, when you go are you a candy, popcorn, or both kinda person.

What is your favorite chip/snack cracker? Lately I have been on a kick for Ruffles All Dressed. Apparently a Canadian thing, at least according to their marketing.

Right or left handed? Been noticing a lot of creative people here and in my own life have found lefties more creative. Wondering if it's a coincidence or. Something to it. Thoughts?
Sorry to hear about your dad, glad he's ok.. probably have chicken and veggies for dinner... getting tired of same old same old..lol

Movies.. Favorite movie is jaws, and I regulary quote Quint..as colorful as he is

Favorite chip good old Nacho Cheese Doritos

Right handed

weather has been all kinds of iffy this week.. 2 days of 60+ mph straight winds.. lots of wind.. started in the 60's other night was like 18.. needs to make up its mind already
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To start a tip of the cap for Bill Paxton who passed away since the last conversation. Always good in his roles. Especially for me as Morgan in Tombstone. My all time favorite and one of the ones I literally know word for word. What are some that you know like that?
I know of many but I just can't think of any right now but "You won't learn if you don't make mistakes".

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Speaking of movies, when you go are you a candy, popcorn, or both kinda person.
Popcorn, not a fan of candy.

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What is your favorite chip/snack cracker? Lately I have been on a kick for Ruffles All Dressed. Apparently a Canadian thing, at least according to their marketing.
I rarely eat chips (more into dark choc), but sour cream and onion chips and honey dijon are my fav.

I don't like Doritos or any sour flavours. Pringles aren't bad.

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Right or left handed? Been noticing a lot of creative people here and in my own life have found lefties more creative. Wondering if it's a coincidence or. Something to it. Thoughts?

Any and all input is needed this week. So kick in and keep it going.
Left.

I do believe that it's true that lefties are more creative. I am very creative and the lefties that I've known throughout my life were very creative as well.
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I'm right handed and as uncreative as they come. I do Some things really well, but that sure anit one of them.
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Sorry to hear about your dad, Iím glad heís better; mineís been sick as well and itís been a hard couple of weeks for all involved.

Speaking of movies, when you go are you a candy, popcorn, or both kinda person.
Popcorn rather than sweets/candy. I donít have a sweet tooth.

What is your favorite chip/snack cracker? Lately I have been on a kick for Ruffles All Dressed. Apparently a Canadian thing, at least according to their marketing.
Donít eat many crisps/chips, but I agree, Pringles arenít bad. If I go for a bag itís usually ready salted Walkers Ė not very exciting, I know.

Right or left handed? Been noticing a lot of creative people here and in my own life have found lefties more creative. Wondering if it's a coincidence or. Something to it. Thoughts?
Iím right-handed and Iíve drawn and painted for as long as I can remember, mostly horses of course. My mum used to draw, also right-handed, and she encouraged me to sketch anything and everything. I honestly donít think it makes a difference whether your right or left handed.
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Supper tonight was chicken with steamed vegetables and homemade soup.
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I'm happy it's Friday, but not as happy as I usually am...been sick with a cold + tonsillitis all week. :( Not a happy camper. Probably won't do much if anything this weekend, considering I'm still sick.

Speaking of movies, when you go are you a candy, popcorn, or both kinda person. BOTH!!!!!!!!!

What is your favorite chip/snack cracker? Cheez-its, I like the reduced fat ones more...not sure why, I think they taste better. & Goldfish, the chedder whole grain kind. :) Delicious.

Right or left handed? I'm right-handed. :) Although I feel like I'm stronger with my left.
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Sorry to hear about your dad, Iím glad heís better; mineís been sick as well and itís been a hard couple of weeks for all involved.

Speaking of movies, when you go are you a candy, popcorn, or both kinda person.
Popcorn rather than sweets/candy. I donít have a sweet tooth.

What is your favorite chip/snack cracker? Lately I have been on a kick for Ruffles All Dressed. Apparently a Canadian thing, at least according to their marketing.
Donít eat many crisps/chips, but I agree, Pringles arenít bad. If I go for a bag itís usually ready salted Walkers Ė not very exciting, I know.

Right or left handed? Been noticing a lot of creative people here and in my own life have found lefties more creative. Wondering if it's a coincidence or. Something to it. Thoughts?
Iím right-handed and Iíve drawn and painted for as long as I can remember, mostly horses of course. My mum used to draw, also right-handed, and she encouraged me to sketch anything and everything. I honestly donít think it makes a difference whether your right or left handed.
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I always look forward to your replies.
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Also, sorry to hear that about your Dad. I forgot to mention that in my post.
Super busy catching up at work! :(

It's flurrying here now...so weird! Wasn't supposed to today.
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I always look forward to your replies.
thanks aubie, i look forward to friday night questions.
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I'm right handed, and fairly creative. but, I do see a lot of lefties who are creative. it does seem to be connected.

my fav movie? boy, that's a hard one.

"Cold Mountain" is one. great cast, great costumes/ atmoshere, good music,

" As Good as it Gets": again, great cast, SUPER dialogue, really human story

"Avatar" just plain visually stunning!

and one no one else will like: "Lost in Translation". it's soooo slow and odd. only someone middleaged like me, who has LIVED in Tokyo would understand it and love it.
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