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Don't you just hate it when you wake up in the morning to find that you don't quite have enough coffee to make the normal amount at the preferred strength? The dilemma becomes this: do I make the same amount and drink weak coffee, or do I make good coffee and only have a little bit? I chose the former. It was a bad choice. Mad

We are in the midst of a pretty good snow and I’m working from home today. After work yesterday I remembered this post and was horrified enough to stop on the way home and get some good beans.

Haha! Good choice...far better than mine. *shivers*
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My wife just tore her ACL. Frown Thankfully her left.


Wish her a speedy recovery


Yes...

Why thankful that it was the left? Is that her butt-kicking leg? Wink

PH

Big Grin
I wondered the same - guessing for driving.
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
My wife just tore her ACL. Frown Thankfully her left.


Hoping for the best. FKG tore hers in 1996 -her surgery was about 6-7 months before our wedding - the PT was terrified of FKG and her mother if she was not able to dance by the time of the wedding - and he was a champion power lifter. Thankfully he succeeded.
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So sorry to hear that Rob. My son had the same injury playing rugby. His surgery went well and that knee is as good as new.
Wish her the best of luck from Mrs. DoktaP and me.
I guess you'll be the one chasing the kids for a little while.
If there's anything we (TWC) can do, give a holler.
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
Thanks everyone. Glad it was the left because she did it up in Collingwood (hour and a half away) on Friday morning, didn't tell me and then drove home Saturday morning by herself...

No we just need to get into a good orthopaedic surgeon and not have it take 3 months...


Socialized Medicine. Get ready America- it's eventually coming our way.
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
Thanks everyone. Glad it was the left because she did it up in Collingwood (hour and a half away) on Friday morning, didn't tell me and then drove home Saturday morning by herself...

No we just need to get into a good orthopaedic surgeon and not have it take 3 months...


Socialized Medicine. Get ready America- it's eventually coming our way.


Lol.
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Originally posted by Mimik:
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
Thanks everyone. Glad it was the left because she did it up in Collingwood (hour and a half away) on Friday morning, didn't tell me and then drove home Saturday morning by herself...

No we just need to get into a good orthopaedic surgeon and not have it take 3 months...


Socialized Medicine. Get ready America- it's eventually coming our way.


Lol.

She's seeing the orthopaedic surgeon that does all the surgeries for Toronto FC, the Argos (CFL Football) and the Canadian junior hockey team tomorrow at 9:30 am (less than 48 hours after she called).
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The Oxford comma: I think it should be used consistently, proudly, and appropriately.

I thought that the comma never proceeded "and"


Google Oxford comma - the Oxford comma is a stylistic form where a comma is used for the item preceding the and. Some people are very passionate over this for some reason.
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Originally posted by KSC02:
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Originally posted by gigabit:
The Oxford comma: I think it should be used consistently, proudly, and appropriately.

I thought that the comma never proceeded "and"


Google Oxford comma - the Oxford comma is a stylistic form where a comma is used for the item preceding the and. Some people are very passionate over this for some reason.


We invited the strippers, JFK, and Stalin.
We invited the strippers, JFK and Stalin.

One room has some strippers, a president asking what he can do for the strippers as opposed to what they can do for him, and a Russian mass murderer. The other room has Stalin and Kennedy in thigh-highs and pasties. Which room do YOU want?
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
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Originally posted by KSC02:
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Originally posted by gigabit:
The Oxford comma: I think it should be used consistently, proudly, and appropriately.

I thought that the comma never proceeded "and"


Google Oxford comma - the Oxford comma is a stylistic form where a comma is used for the item preceding the and. Some people are very passionate over this for some reason.


We invited the strippers, JFK, and Stalin.
We invited the strippers, JFK and Stalin.

One room has some strippers, a president asking what he can do for the strippers as opposed to what they can do for him, and a Russian mass murderer. The other room has Stalin and Kennedy in thigh-highs and pasties. Which room do YOU want?


Thanks for the clarity Rob. Always knew I could count on you.

Just read about K's leg. Shitty. I guess ski season is over.
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Zircon encrusted tweezers


Mendocino bean-o


Is that a Mexican poncho or is that a Sears poncho?



PH



She looked over at me with a glazed eye
And some bovine perspiration on her upper lip area

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