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        09-07-2013, 04:28 AM
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    Originally Posted by tjtalon    
    Stan, I see you're on, & I have to get off soon: Rick's post @ 3:51 p 09/06, wrist action...could use that joke...or maybe you have something instructive..w/in the joke....either way! So glad to see/read you on here! (can't "perv" & get in trouble w/me, I ain't purty enough..!)

    Personality is what counts and the ability to bend with the punches.
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        09-07-2013, 04:34 AM
      #13032
    Weanling
    Yup, Stan, bend w/the punches...gettin' that one down, have had a few myself. Will miss the NZ humor, as I have an idea what the joke could be (!).

    Glad you're back. Look at me pics of me & Tommy, just for fun. He's a good guy....so are you.
         
        09-07-2013, 05:24 AM
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    Yup, Stan, bend w/the punches...gettin' that one down, have had a few myself. Will miss the NZ humor, as I have an idea what the joke could be (!).

    Glad you're back. Look at me pics of me & Tommy, just for fun. He's a good guy....so are you.

    Just for you

    Fairy story


    A pilot asked a beautiful princess “Will you marry me?”
    The princess said, “No!”
    And the pilot lived happily ever after and flew jets all over the world and drove hot cars and chased skinny, long-legged flight attendants and hunted and fished and went to topless bars and dated women half his age and drank Weissenstephaner German beer and Red Heart rum and never had to listen tobitching and never paid child support or alimony and kept his house and guns and ate cold leftover pizza, potato chips and beans and blew enormous f---s and never got cheated on while he was at work. All his friends and family thought he was cool as hell and he had tons of money in the bank and he left the toilet seat up. The end.

    Sort of brings a tear to your eye, doesn’t it?







    And now the exercise for your wrists.

    Take one 45 pistol in the left hand now toss it to the right hand and back again.
    Repeat several times once a day for a week this should limber up the wrists and strengthen the fingers all in the one exercise.
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        09-07-2013, 08:19 AM
      #13034
    Green Broke
    Finally figured out this computer enough to ableto drop in & say hi! The drive went OK-it's the last bit in a strange town that gets my adrenaline flowing. Then a lot of folks sending me to the wrong gates, but I found the right one in tiime, & for the first time in my life, I took the upgrade to 1st class-I was so exhausted from walking all over that terminal for an hour, that I waqnted to try the pampering-it was so worth it for the $50 bucks I spent. We were 15 minutes early,so couldn't squeeze in another glass of wine-LOL!

    So I've been eating plenty & being a good & helpful guest. We went to the play Chicago 2 nights ago. My hiking boots fell apart, I've gotten new ones & some winter boots also that will make mucking out much easier in a few months. Bought some books that I will have to ship home and some spices that I have room for, & a new belt for DH.

    Haven't studied the camera book yet, & there is more stiffness here in the damp than at home. Forget squatting for awhile and the stuff on lower shelves.

    Hunter-as to knowing if a horse gaits-usually a rider can feel it. The last Big QH mare I had, I found out on my first ride-she single-footed! We were by ourselves, but as she went into it, it was just so smooth! I felt like I had hit the jackpot! So, I am very much looking forward to getting Windy home & letting her know that her gait will be utilized quite often.

    Dh is hoping to have the wood stove installed by the time I get back home. He has most of the backerboard up & on the platform, & will be putting on the tiles on the platform today.

    Once I get my new girls home, we will have a bin dropped off for trash service, & it will be near the corrals, so I don't have to figure our what to do w/the manure as I did before. I always had it hauled off in CA, & that works for me. And then we can clean up the mess that former owners left behind. Some folks must really love to break glass & trash their surroundings is all I can say about that.

    Have a great W/E everyone. I'll be back home next Wednesday-just long enough to sleep a bit & repack for the trip back to CA. Four nights there, then home again, sleep a bit & then go get my new girls! Happy Days!
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        09-07-2013, 01:41 PM
      #13035
    Weanling
    Good joke, Stan, I liked it!

    Good wrist exercise too...since don't have a .45, my .38 will prob'ly do the trick...
         
        09-07-2013, 01:48 PM
      #13036
    Yearling
    I've seen it all now.....an advertisement for the 'air twirler'. You,put strands of your hair in a bucket attached to,your hair dryer, and walla, curls!!! Hnahaha

    What will they think of next?
         
        09-07-2013, 01:54 PM
      #13037
    Trained
    Its amazing what people come up with

    Nice to be here again
         
        09-07-2013, 02:04 PM
      #13038
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by tjtalon    
    One more thing..I have to ask,after mos of wondering: what does DH stand for? Dear Honey? Lol..if it does, I don't have one of those, but still want to know the definition!
    I think it can mean Darling Husband or Dear Husband. It has to do with your old man anyway.
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        09-07-2013, 02:56 PM
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    I think it can mean Darling Husband or Dear Husband. It has to do with your old man anyway.

    Where do you get. Your old man from That implied he is over the hill, grey and balding, spent. My son calls me the old man, but that's a father and son thing.

    My wife often calls me late for dinner, but never the old man. Lots of other referrences not printable in fear of offending the older set hanging out in the over 50 thread. Dear hasbeen, comes to mind, briefly.
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        09-07-2013, 03:19 PM
      #13040
    Banned
    I call you an old man Stan! As I like to be accurate. :)

    TJT, it's often also said for other family, DD is darling daughter etc.
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