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« Reply #700 on: 23/08/2007 18:31:00 »
HAHA..Nah Sour Kruat can be good but I through that up alot. And yummy beans. LoL.
 

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« Reply #701 on: 23/08/2007 18:32:52 »
You cut your hot dogs up and mix them into your sour kraut, brown them up together and serve! You can add seasoning to your taste!
 

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« Reply #702 on: 23/08/2007 18:33:51 »
Do the same with the beans except grate some cheese over the top! My mom called both dishes hobo delight! LOL she loved hot dogs!
 

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« Reply #703 on: 23/08/2007 18:38:36 »
HAHA, but I already had 2 hot dogs today. LoL.

Hey Karen, how do you get rid of a nasty smell. Or basement smells TERRRIBLE.
 

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« Reply #704 on: 23/08/2007 18:58:32 »
Is the basement damp? There may be mold. Temporarily open several boxes of baking soda and open them and place them around. Is your basement finished or unfinished. If it is finished check the dark areas and walls low and see if there is spotted mildew. Sometimes if there is no heat or fresh air circulation it gets smelly! If you have a window you could open which would allow air circulation this will help. a bleach solution would help the mildew is it is just wall surface mildew from being cold and damp! Old things smell also!If you have old clothing stored I recommend washing and drying it and storing them in space bags or vacuumn sealed bags. protects against odor and dampness mildew and such.
 

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« Reply #705 on: 23/08/2007 23:13:01 »
Defienly its a 40 year old unfinished basement. HAHA. Mom brought home a big old mop and we spent an hour moping the floor. It smells better. We are going to do it again tomorrow.

THanks for the info!
 

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« Reply #706 on: 23/08/2007 23:54:54 »
if you vaccumn seal things then store them in plastic bins it keeps them safe and mildew free aswell as dust free. They smell nice and fresh after you open them years later! Cleaning the floors ans walls will go a long way to freshing. Do you have basement windows, as even if you just keep it cracked a tiny bit it will help ventilate as well as keep air circulating and mildew will be less. Moving air is important disease and things build up and can cause health problems with too much dust!
 

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« Reply #707 on: 24/08/2007 00:34:10 »
Hmmmmmmm...Hot Dogs !!


 

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« Reply #708 on: 24/08/2007 01:38:50 »
HA HA HA HA LOL Dude made me choke laughing! HEE HEE.. Cute Dogs! LOL
 

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« Reply #709 on: 24/08/2007 02:11:06 »
HAHA. Neil you have to much time.
 

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« Reply #710 on: 27/08/2007 16:37:19 »
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« Reply #711 on: 27/08/2007 16:54:56 »
Lots if people do kiss before they leave to go to work...I myself have my wifey and four kids line up at the door for me to receive ' goodbye luff and joy' from each and every one....and also next doors family too..and their pets !

The thing is...once you're in a marriage it IS rare for all those sweet little niceties to be maintained......but this is not a bad thing...it can be a good thing................

....you mention that you do not know what is going to happen once you leave.....but what a happily married couple do know is that they love each other........it's an unconditional knowledge that you and your spouse do in fact love each other very much.....which is nice.

Often, if wifey is there then we'll have a kiss...else..a ' feel '...LOL !!...or...if she's attending stuff then it's impractical to seek her out...a quick shout and off I go.....she may be hanging the washing in the garden...or ..if she's going out..I may be doing stuff too....

It does get to a point that after a while...a goodbye kiss is not needed, expected or required......but the love is known !!
 

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« Reply #712 on: 27/08/2007 17:05:09 »
I see. LOl
 

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« Reply #713 on: 27/08/2007 17:15:45 »
Fact is Ryan....for the most time....when a relationship is all new it's exciting and you can rarely keep your hands off each other !!...if not that then you're always thinking about your partner....how wonderful and new this is..how exciting it is to feel like this...

...after a while.....the uniqueness of these new emotions dampen down a little as you become more familiar with each other and more comfortable with how each person is.

Don;t misunderstand me....lots of people DO have their little kisses when they separate each day...and there is nothing wrong with that..but it seems ..for the majority....a simple...."see you later...love you" is sufficient !!
 

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« Reply #714 on: 28/08/2007 17:57:52 »
Great advice Kind Sir! Ryan you'd do well to remember that!
 

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« Reply #715 on: 28/08/2007 23:35:51 »
Oh I see...HAHA thanks neil!
 

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« Reply #716 on: 28/08/2007 23:49:52 »
LOL LOL.. How are you Yong man? How was school! Sorry I missed your fisrt day..
 

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« Reply #717 on: 28/08/2007 23:51:01 »
I'm starting to get a headache from all the starring at the paper. I'll answer taht in the diary.
 

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« Reply #718 on: 28/08/2007 23:52:29 »
OK!
 

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« Reply #719 on: 29/08/2007 17:53:33 »
Why's this topic still going? I'm surprised...

Anyway......crap, I just realized I have nothing to talk about relating to the subject.

ESRB is evil and unjust. They can all rot.
 

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« Reply #720 on: 29/08/2007 18:22:58 »
What is ESRB???

I see it here in your quote, "In the beginning, there was no ESRB, and it was good. No great. Absolutley spectabulous!!" I still don't understand it!
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« Reply #721 on: 29/08/2007 23:58:17 »
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« Reply #722 on: 30/08/2007 02:00:48 »
ohhhhh ok!
 

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« Reply #723 on: 30/08/2007 17:43:17 »
There once was a game called Bioshock. Bioshock was an excellent game. So I reserved  it for five dollars, waited three months in anxiety. One day before release, ESRB changed the rating, making me unable to get the game. They made me waste my time and money.

Usually, once all the reasons for the rating are decided, no more are added. Not this time. My friend has played through the game, and doesn't think the rating is right! My mom says I can get any game I want, as long as it doesn't have Sexual Themes, or anything like that.

ESRB screwed twice now.

Spacewar. Spacewar was the first video game, created by two guys. It was two bars, and a dot. Funnest game ever. Gaming back then was about gaming, you could buy a game not worrying about any rating except the one the gaming magazine gave it on greatness. You didn't flip the game over to see the rating, you flipped it over to see the price.


I long for those days....*cue violin*
 

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« Reply #724 on: 30/08/2007 17:46:38 »
You sound so much older then you are! LOL
 

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