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June 22, 2004




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nice rocks, wysi ;p

and i'd have given my LAST dollar to see ya in the red nightie!

*please ignore that LAST comment*

i don't know who that mysterious person was

Wysiwyg! I am shocked at you! It's hard, to be certain, but judging from those pictures, I'd say you're stoned! And yes, I noticed that each was bigger than the LAST. To get right to the point, I suggest you get your rocks off this site at once!

Southerngirl, I probably have pictures. Give me some time and I can probably appease your curiosity. Unless, of course, Wysiwyg finds a way to convince me to lose said pictures? (I can be bribed, you know.)

Interesting use of commas in that LAST post Neo. It IS hard of course. Its never easy to be certain of anything, but sometimes I find if you can think at the molecular level around an issue, things can become clear. But I'm more than happy to get my rocks off, the thread I mean, if they are disturbing you. :o)

And SG, just be aware - Google is Neo's friend, any photos she may try and and pass of as being of me in a silk nightie have probably been plucked off some extream bondage site - that's why she she wants you to "give her some time", she'll need to surf around quite a bit to get several shots with the same model in them.

*slaps an X rating on this thread*

*sees the big X*

Hmmm. I didn't know trains came through here. Or perhaps its a wombat crossing or emus or something.

Hang on, this thread is in the US. So it must be deer or bears or something. Anyway, nice of someone to put up a warning to be careful around animals.

You know there are so MANY interesting rock formations, like this and this and this, and even this.

Get's you wondering how mother nature arrives at such things in the same landscapes. Sadly, the LAST time I looked around, there is nothing quite as interesting anywhere near where I live.

OK, here you go S'girl. Wysi in red.

Wysi OUT of red.

(again, preview is no longer an option for me. Here's hoping!)

Ok, the LAST one is obviously a fake. But how the heck did you get a copy of the first one?!? I thought I'd destroyed the negative and all the copies!

*reminds self to NEVER attend a bucks night again*

Ahh, Wysi, you'd be surprised what one might find when rummaging around in your drawers.

Funny you should mention that, actually. I was rummaging around in my drawers just LAST night in fact, and found two of those "pet rocks" that were all the craze at one stage.

Which also gives you an idea of my pack-rat tendencies. The fun thing about being a pack-rat, though, is that there is a lot of pleasure to be derived when you get a chance rummage around - you never know what you'll come up with.


4511 n LASTING!!

(n ummm.. never heard the jewels referred to as pet rocks, but it's a thought!)

4511 n LASTING!!

(n ummm.. never heard the jewels referred to as pet rocks, but it's a thought!)



Well, RATS! (Not to be confused with Water Rats or Sewer Rats)

We missed KingW's birthday! My calendar tells me it was Sunday, Sept. 16. So Happy Happy Birthday KingW, even though I know you don't come here anymore. You were always one of my favorites.

(duh, neo. Edit my above statement to say: well rats, not to be confused with pack rats, etc.)

*does not pet rocks*

I wonder if pet rocks would fetch anything on the memorabilia market? I'm pretty sure we could get something for the jewels.

*rummages around* Huh. That's the LAST thing I expected to find in your drawers Wysi, a rolled up pair of socks!

*ducks and runs*

ruuuh rooooH!!!

*swigs the rum*

*wiggle wiggle*

Fetch aft the rum, Darby!

♪Fifteen men on a dead man's chest
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum
Drink and the devil had done for the rest
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.
The mate was fixed by the bosun's pike
bosun brained with a marlinspike
And cookey's throat was marked belike
It had been gripped by fingers ten;
And there they lay, all good dead men
Like break o'day in a boozing ken
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.

Fifteen men of the whole ship's list
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!
Dead and be damned and the rest gone whist!
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!
The skipper lay with his nob in gore
Where the scullion's axe his cheek had shore
And the scullion he was stabbed times four
And there they lay, and the soggy skies
Dripped down in up-staring eyes
In murk sunset and foul sunrise
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.

Fifteen men of 'em stiff and stark
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!
Ten of the crew had the murder mark!
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!
Twas a cutlass swipe or an ounce of lead
Or a yawing hole in a battered head
And the scuppers' glut with a rotting red
And there they lay, aye, damn my eyes
Looking up at paradise
All souls bound just contrawise
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.

Fifteen men of 'em good and true
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!
Ev'ry man jack could ha' sailed with Old Pew,
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!
There was chest on chest of Spanish gold
With a ton of plate in the middle hold
And the cabins riot of stuff untold,
And they lay there that took the plum
With sightless glare and their lips struck dumb
While we shared all by the rule of thumb,
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!

More was seen through a sternlight screen...
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum
Chartings undoubt where a woman had been
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.
'Twas a flimsy shift on a bunker cot
With a dirk slit sheer through the bosom spot
And the lace stiff dry in a purplish blot
Oh was she wench or some shudderin' maid
That dared the knife and took the blade
By God! she had stuff for a plucky jade
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.

Fifteen men on a dead man's chest
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum
Drink and the devil had done for the rest
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.
We wrapped 'em all in a mains'l tight
With twice ten turns of a hawser's bight
And we heaved 'em over and out of sight,
With a Yo-Heave-Ho! and a fare-you-well
And a sudden plunge in the sullen swell
Ten fathoms deep on the road to hell,
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum! ♫

♪and the beat goes on



I normally have the jump on you American types given the time difference, so I didn't hurry to post my International Talk Like A Pirate Day contribution until just now (remembering that it has been the 19th all day today here).

Well, albeit late, but at LAST:

Top Ten Pickup lines for use on International Talk Like a Pirate Day

10. Avast, me proud beauty! Wanna know why my Roger is so Jolly?
9. Have ya ever met a man with a real yardarm?
8. Come on up and see me urchins.
7. Yes, that is a hornpipe in my pocket and I am happy to see you.
6. I'd love to drop anchor in your lagoon.
5. Pardon me, but would ya mind if fired me cannon through your porthole?
4. How'd you like to scrape the barnacles off of me rudder?
3. Ya know, darlin’, I’m 97 percent chum free.
2. Well blow me down?

And the number one pickup line for use on International Talk Like a Pirate Day is:

1. Prepare to be boarded.

Actually my favorite was #5. :op

And Neo, remember:

a) At my age, memories is about all I've got left, so they're consequently very valuable.

b) Its winter over here, and I'm sure I'm not alone in permitting a little window dressing of the effects of the cold.

c) I'd be careful, because I have longer legs than you and I can run faster.


Ok, I realise that my LAST post, while useful in some circumstances, may not help newbie pirate speakers with pronounciation.

What those people need is this primer on How To Talk Like a Pirate. VERY informative...

Arrrrrr! That be fine linkage, Cap'n.

Avast, you scurvy sea dog! I just woke to yer threat, Wysi, ya old pack rat. You think to run me down, ya long legged land lubber?!

Or were ya perhaps suggestin that ya'd need those long legs of yours to run AWAY? Because if ya think to be insulting me, ya rum soaked kelp, ya'd best be belaying that talk! *swaggers a bit and puffs out chest* I can take ya any time, me hearty buck!

Hmm. Perhaps that's not a bad idea.

Arrr, and I bin thinkin', Wysi old chum, (note that there is more than one definition for chum) most old hands know that quickness be not something to boast over. IYKWIM. *winks and runs again*

*dashes back in*


Arrr and LAST as always me hearties. I have Letters of Marque to raid this scum-bucket thread of a LAST blog, arrr. Yee can dance with Jack Ketch for all me cares. So gangway as me chasing grub and grog and the quest of the LAST post, arrr.

Arrr, so where are the wenches. Wenches after grub and grog, arrr and LASTly arrrrrrrrrrrrrrr....

*catches Dave D and smooches him soundly*

Ahoy there, matey! Ya've been gone from these seas fer far too long, ya old sea otter! I'd begun to think ya'd deserted yer old mates. And this here wench be glad of the sight of ya, Dangerous Dave D.

But ya still be not LAST.

mbe lp

Avast, DD cap'n o' the LAST thread! It appears you be late as well as not LAST! Har!

Neo, ye fickle rum sculling buxom wench, apart from ye belaying the Cap'n in place 'o my fine self, I see yer buxomness grows when ye puff out ye chest. ARRRRRRR! And a mighty fine sight that be 'n all. Ye can come and take these scurvy old bones 'o mine any time ye reckons ye can catch 'em. But I warns ye, I be able to run faster than a bilge rat up a scupper, if I wants to that is....

*sculls rum*

*swigs it too*


*hic* Now, Wysiwyg, about that offer...

Well, Neo, it depends on which one you are referring to. The scootching offer, firing a cannon through your porthole, puffing out your chest, or taking my bones on.

Got to admit to perhaps being partial enough to the LAST one to run a little more slowly than normal, but I'm cool with pretty well any of them.

Any rum left?

*groan* Not so loud, Wysi. Rum leaves an awful hangover. That's the LAST time I party with pirates.

*lasts listlessly*

Oh poor Babe!

*Loves Neo a massive dose of Vitamin B, headache tablets and a pile of greasy food*

That LAST itemmight seem a tad horrible, but trust me, it works. Or perhaps don't trust me, because maybe it only works for me.

Well shiver me timber Neo, its probably because ye still be wearing that buxom wench's outfit.

Ye do know, don't ye, that on Stop Talking Like A Pirate Day, ye are supposed to shed the pirate costume as well as the pirate accent?


*eyes buxomness*

Then forget that LAST bit. Yarrrrr!

*takes a deep breath and winks*

But I can NOT believe you let that perfect line get past you! Wow. You're slipping, Wysi. (Must be all that blog butter.)

But then again perhaps that was a little over the top, even for me.

btw, I'm LAST and loving it.

Hmmmm. Tricky, your post before LAST is gone. You getting Judy to hide your indescretions now?

But I think you are referring to the part in that missing post about there still being a bit of pirate left in you after Talk Like A Pirate Day. Well, I must admit to toying with several responses to that thought, but we DO have our X rating on this thread to protect...


where did it go?

*looks under doghouse*

I didn't even think the comment that has gone missing was all that bad/pervie/inappropriate! Maybe I'm just remembering it wrong.

*whimpers* you don't think I'm going to get banned again, do you?

*holds on to LAST thread for dear life*

*lassos Neo before she can slip off the LAST thread and ties her off to a handy belaying pin next to the mast*

Arrrr, Neo, now I can be tellin me shipmates I been belaying ye!


*places hands on hips*

i'm gonna tell you kids for the LAST time to behave and play nice

or let me play, too ;)


I'd be replyin to ye LAST post, but it be Neo's turn, and even a scurvy dog like meself know's it ladies come first, if he be knowin what's good fer himself that be....


Ha! (and *snork!!*)

Wysiwyg's just too skeered to belay you to his mast too, Southerngirl.

Though if you keep placing your hands on his hips like that, I'd wager he'll not be skeered too long.

(Ain't it grand when you can steal recycle other people's jokes?)

*sniff sniff*

What is that I smell? Must be the whiff of danger in the air! Ah, life and death choices are so invigorating, aren't they?

(Careful, Wysiwyg; your next move may be your LAST!)

*peeks over edge of hammock*

*blinks sleepily*

rats.. i Knew this ship was swayin' right frisky! roll a rum cask over here n hand me a fresh straw? this`n is a tad gnawed up. *hic*

thanky... lasting with rhuuuummm is such a therapud therep good thing!


RRRRrrrrrrrrrrrrrr *gasp*

A THIRD lusty wench I be seein!

I got one strapped to me mast, one with her hands on me hips, and one looking fer a new straw!!!


Me boats have all come in together by Davey Jones' bolt!

Now, to that life threatening choice I be faced with, the one that may be my LAST...which one do I fancy to be fancying first? Arrrr the choices to be faced by an old sea dog. Lets see now.....

eenie, meenie, miney, mo......

... catch a ...

Hang on. What IS it you catch these days? I was raised with the ... err ... politically incorrect term for a black african american.

... catch a ...

*eyes the three buxom wenches*

... clutch a ...


... grasp a ...


... grab a ....

*feels the void open up under him*


Look I'll be back later, ok? I be needing to throw meself overboard for a cold swim just now....

*leaps over the rail before the LAST part of the rhyme escapes his lips*

Good thing he threw himself overboard before he ended up having to walk the plank.

Oh. *yells over the side* It is tiger, Wysi! That's what we said when I was a girl: catch a TIGER by the toe.

And speaking of tigers, I've heard that tigers like to swim, so watch out for tigers while you are swimming in the briny deep. You never know when a big cat will pounce!

*watches Wysi swim for a while, while daintily sipping rum*

By the way, when did the LAST thread become a pirate ship? That's the LAST thing I expected here.

*leaps from the water*

Tiger?!? I'm supposed to catch a TIGER by the toe? What tha? Where did THAT come from? And I might get pounced while I'm swimming in the water? I wish there were instructions for all this, even as a boy I might be tempted to read them at this point.

Anyway, BRRRRRR! The water was COLD. Anybody got a spare sock I could borrow? Neo made off with the one I had LAST time, although for the life of me I don't know what she's likely to need it for.

Hmmmmm. Apparently even Neo doesn't appear to know what she wanted them for either. Or perhaps she's not willing to share what she's doing with them. It was a pair of socks she found if I recall. Wouldn't be up to a little window dressing yourself perhaps Neo?


But in other news, the boys and I are off to see the model boats today. This isn't any of your namby pamby Stuart Little in a sailing boat on a lake type model boats occassion. This is out at the rifle range involving battleships with real guns firing real ball bearings at each other and a lot of sinking ships anticipated by early afternoon.

Should be rather lot of fun in a boy sort of way. Unfortunately the weather looks like it will be cr@ap, cold and windy, so I'm not sure I'll LAST long. But there is a second round tomorrow when the forecast is better, so we should get a day out of it somewhere along the line.

Window dressing, eh? Well, LAST time I looked, I noticed you've been doing a lot of window shopping.

Well, occasionally its nice to have a look around I suppose, but I'm not much of a window shopper - at my age I've got pretty well everything I want and it seems somewhat of a waste of time. Which of course makes it a bit of a pain for people trying to buy me presents.

There are some things, of course, that money can't buy. And receiving those things, particularly when you don't expect them, is pretty special. Like just LAST night I received the most wonferful loving kiss goodnight, and it left me feeling wonderful for hours. :o)

And BTW, meo (*snicker*), those socks look great on you - and of course winter is going to be coming for you soon and you'll need to rug up, so by all means feel free to keep them. I might be tempted to wash them, but you can keep them. ;oP

Wysi, I think you're being a bit catty about my name. :P I'd arch my back and hiss at you over it... but that's the LAST thing I should do; you might like it!

Still, glad that you got a "wonferful" kiss from your Honey. Goodonya!

*models Wysi's socks*
*with slippers*

Now THERE is a fashion statement!

I can't remember the LAST time I caught a tiger by the toe, fer sur!

i can't remember the LAST time i've seen daisymae!

hiya, sweets!

*eyes Neo's modelling*

*recalls need to preserve at least an X rating*

*wisely decides to decline to comment*

Daisymae - I think it would be highly inadvisable to catch a tiger by the toe. Catch it by the tail perhaps, in an emergency. But no, catching it by the toe would mean you'd just catch it.

SG - I have resolved to work back to a PG rating for the thread, but Neo keeps distracting me. Anything happen to you in the LAST couple of weeks that I could comment on innocently?

Ok, if not innocently, then at least with a more subdued level of innuendo?

(waves at southerngirl)

It's shocking how life outside of cyperspace gets in the way of blogging. My 60 hour a week job ended the end of July, so I've been on-line a little more than I used to be. I missed the whole last season of 24 with the blog. I tivoed them, but couldn't be on-line when it aired.

When I left my LAST message, it had probably been months since I'd checked this thread.

How've you been?

*adopts pile of chopped liver look*


*eyes Neo*


*Remembers PG rating for thread*


*Starts tape of Romper Room*

If I don't do SOMETHING very "G" rated for a while to balance off the LAST few weeks, I'll never get the thread rating down!

I'm not sure what the psychological ramifications are of wanting to adopt liver, Wysi, but I'm pretty sure it isn't legal. Though that certainly is not legal advice.

*romps thru room wearing threads that spell "LAST"*

Romper, stomper, bomper, booo,
Tell me, tell me, tell me, do.....

Ok, that's all I can remember from watching the show 45 years ago or there abouts.

*Changes the tape*


How the heck did Barney the Dinosaur ever get up as a kids show?!? My kids would be smaltzed to death!

*Changes tape*

Teletubbies? Now THAT is a weird show with cross-gender undertones that also should never have been put on before 10pm at night. Great if you are experimenting with acid or something, but really not my cup of tea.

What we need is a good Ozzie kid's show, like Play School or Bananas in Pajamas

And speaking of bananas in pajamas, Neo, (nice LAST threads by the way), when does winter start to get serious over there? I'm being sent over to San Francisco for a conference later this month and I need to know whether to pack the Elephant Jimjams, the boxer shorts, or just come commando.

*Hums the Bananas in Pajamas theme song*

Bananas, in pajamas, are coming down the stairs.
Bananas, in pajamas, are coming down in pairs...

Wysiwyg! You have Bananas in your Pajamas?! You are trying to get the thread count rating back under control and you post about bananas in your pajamas?! That's the LAST thing I expected from you!

heh heh, Wysi said jimjams. I guess he's just overly excited about his trip.

Neo, the banana is just temporary - the socks are in the wash today. ;oP

And the trip does have me a tad excited I must admit, although perhaps not so much as to qualify for having the jimjams.

The LAST time I was in the US was about 25 years ago. I wonder if the place has changed much? Certainly the airport security has, as evidence by my having to junk a perfectly good suitcase because it has built in locks that cannot be opened without smashing open the whole suitcase. Ah well.

Got those socks washed yet, Wysi? You might want them; looks like San Fran might be a bit nippy. (At least compared to the 80+ degree temps we've enjoyed in this part of the world the past few days!)

(heh heh, I said... oh wait. I didn't say anything. Not even "LAST")

Ack! I could get nipped in SF? I'm still struggling with who and how much I have to tip people over there, let along worrying about being nipped as well. Is there someone I can give a tip to, to avoid being nipped?

Why this is a problem for me is that, apart from perhaps a vague expectation to leave as much as a 10% tip for good service at a better restaurant, tipping is virtually non-existant over here. Which I must say suits me just fine.

Taking the average advice across a range of travel sites, I reckon its going to cost me about $20 to get out of the cab that I have to tip, through the gauntlet of helpful people I need to tip, and into the safety of my room, where I'm then expected to tip the maid service.

I'm not even sure HOW to tip the maid service given I'd be unlikely to actually see them at work as I have no intention of squatting in my room all day. But I'm pretty sure I don't want a cranky maid making up the room. Short-sheeting the bed is probably the best I could hope for, being given someone else's old sheets would be more likely, and I imagine there are worse things as well.

I don't even want to THINK about the consequences of undertipping a waiter, I've already heard all those stories. Some people can be downright NASTY.

And the mental gymnastics of figuring out the actual amount, the logistics of having the right change, the nervousness attached to accidently paying less than expected, all combine to make me wonder WHY CAN'T YOU AMERICANS PAY SERVICE PEOPLE PROPERLY!!!

LAST thought: Perhaps I could tip somebody to give me the tip on how much to tip others. If I tip him enough, perhaps he won't rip me off by giving me bad advice. But then how would I know? Tricky, all very tricky.

If you tip the tipgiver, you won't get ripped on your nippy trip, though you might feel gypped.



There's a chance that my tip might be nipped?!?

That's the LAST thing I want!


And then there is the whole "how to I actually hand the money over" thing. Pull out calculator, fumble about with money, hand it over in an a sort of "Ta DA!" manner, or jusdt sort of slip the tip into their hand?

Well, at LAST I'm about to find out. Watch this space for updates....

The LAST time I was in the US was about 25 years ago. I wonder if the place has changed much?

wys, tips will be the Least of the problems considerations. lesse, bring a language conversion calculator, noise reducing ear plugs phones, several changes of hazmat attire, pepper spray, and any applicable nerve and/or sleep medications. if none apply, make something up. you must be fully armed prepared!

have a great trip! be safe!

*chuckles* ..."has anything changed?" darlin' fellow...

AT LAST!!!!!!!


But in a GOOD way....

That LAST post left LASTINg impressions...

At LAST I'm home again!

Tired, achey, worn out from all the tipping, wondering why they drive on the left hand side of the road over here, and generally suffering from culture shock.

But it was an EXCELLENT time and worth it.

Now for some sleep and then back to the grind tomorrow...

Tipping is exhausting, huh? Who knew? Or is that tripping that wore you out? So, Wysiwyg, what did you see? What (or whom) did you do? Anything worth commenting on?

For YOUR sake, I'm glad you are home at LAST.


Tipping is exhausting if you aren't used to it. Which I wasn't. It also involves carrying around enormous numbers of $1 bills (in case you get caught with having to tip someone unexpectedly), the weight of which are nearly crippling.

As to what I saw and did, well a number of things spring to mind as being rather memorable: the trip to Yosemite National Park was long but the scenery was stunning, the ride hanging onto the outside of a cable car was fun although I bet their insurers don't sleep too well, I had an interesting encounter with chocolate, I got very wrinkled in the biggest in-room jacuzzi I have ever seen, I managed to not get mugged, visiting the doctor and getting a prescription filled involves robbing a bank first, taxis can be difficult to find when you need one but I suppose that's a universal problem, and the wineing and dining was very good although I dare say Oz has as good or better seafood and nicer whites, although your hot dogs with the lot leave everything else I've tried for dead - apparently cheese is a compulsary additive to virtually every dish, which was fine by me.

The LAST few days back at work catching up have been a bummer though, which has me plotting for the next trip already.

Dave D!! Dave D!! Is it really you?! You'll never be LAST sweetie, but it's awfully good to see you again!

And Wysiwyg, come to the mid-west next time; we may not have great seafood here in the heart land, but we've got steak that'll melt in your mouth.

Sounds like a deal Neo, but only if you agree to take control of who to give the tip to, and how much of a tip is needed.

And do they have Jacuzzis, chocolate and grand scenery in the mid-west as well? I need to know whether to generate a new set of expectations for the next trip, or just run with the expectations from the LAST one...

Great! Its a deal. You come and I'll be glad to take control of the tip for you, Wysiwyg.

As a matter of fact, they DO have jacuzzis and chocolate here. And if you are in the right frame of mind, I can show you things that will take your breath away and leave a LASTING impression.


Well that sounds definitely like a plan then, because I'm ALWAYS in the right frame of mind.

Because in the final (LAST) analysis, I'm a guy after all.


I guess the question is "what is the 'right' frame of mind?" What about the left frame of mind? Does one buy it at a frame shop? I can't picture it. Does one have to be framed? If you are framed, are you then hung? And is that well hung, or do you hang crooked? So many questions!

oops, I forgot to add LAST to my LAST message!

doesn't matter, neo, cuz yer still not LAST! ;)

*wonders if anyone else wants to hear about wsy's "interesting" encounter with chocolate*

or more importantly, if anyone else wants to hear about wys's encounter...

Well, SG, suffice it to say that if you are trying to spoil yourself by eating strawberries dipped in chocolate while relaxing in a steamy jacuzzi with a glass of wine, you better be good at licking melted chocolate off yourself.

Overall, though, the experience can be described as "finger licking good", and it won't be the LAST time I try it....

"off yourself"???

You were drinking wine in a jacuzzi while eating chocolate covered strawberries and you licked melted chocolate off yourself?!

Wysiwyg, that's the LAST thing you should have been doing. I can see you need some instruction in the finer arts.

Well, neo, I just said you had to be capable of licking chocolate off yourself, not that that necessarily was what happened.

But I'm always interested fine arts instruction. LAST thing I want to do is die ignorant....

Die?! Who mentioned dying?! This is the first you tell us of this?! Dying?! That's the LAST thing I would have suspected! Ah, poor Wysi; we hardly knew ye!


Dang. He's unresponsive. He must be going quicker than I thought.

Wait, Wysiwyg; don't go toward the light; it isn't time yet!

wysiwyg gone at Last, alas we will miss him. Hi Neo, Wysiwyg and even Dave. Just making sure you know who wasn't last.

Hiya KW! Long time no blog! How are you? How are the puppies?

And neo, I have been so buried in work for the last two weeks, I have NO idea what light even looks like. But hopefully things will settle down soon.

And its good to be LAST agaian!


*SMOOOOOOOOOCH!!!!* I've missed you, man! Where've you been!?

have a lastingly Happy Thanksgiving, y'all!

(n neo owes ... elebendy, um.. carry the 0.. fees!)

have a lastingly Happy Thanksgiving, y'all!

(n neo owes ... elebendy, um.. carry the 0.. fees!)

f'in' pypetard



have a lastingly Happy Thanksgiving, y'all!

(n neo owes ... elebendy, um.. carry the 0.. fees!)


ok, then..

Happy Thanksgiving!

I replied to this yesterday! My post got swept away, I think!

I said I'd cop to the crime and pay the fine, but not times 3!

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you lasting lasters. May this not be our last Thanksgiving together on the last thread!

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