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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Quo Fan, Dec 28, 2012.

  1. Quo Fan don't make me kick your ass

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    Morning monkeys!

    That's right, its French Toast Friday. I made mine with cinnamon bread. Tasty.

    Rockin da hood in Trumbull again today.

    Be safe out there.
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  2. CBJ Well-Known Member

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    Flying back to NYC tomorrow. Oldest son sick not ideal for the flight home and they say 1-2 inches of snow when we land tomorrow not good either. I had planned to pickup my road bike Sunday and ride it home but that is not going to happen. Still it will be nice to be home after two weeks on the road.
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  3. Pesqueeb bicycle in airplane hangar

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    Great, now I need to go upstairs and see if I can get french toast at one of the restaurants in the terminal. Effing cold outside.
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  4. ICEBALL585 Bacontard

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    Morning.

    Today is my only day at work this week, then the weekend again. It's a tough life but someone has to do it.
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  5. I Are Baboon Run, Forrest, Run!

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    HOLY BALLS IT IS FRIDAY IF YOU ASK ME! I'm taking Monday off, thus I have a four day weekend. No French toast for me today, but someone did bring in donuts. My tummy says, "Yummy! Have a donut! You need it!", and my brain says, "Eat that you'll feel like sh*t, you moron." I think the brain will win this battle.
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  6. stoney Part of the unwashed, middle-American horde

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  7. Rip Mr. Excitement

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    Morning all. Trying to get myself going in order to go on a road ride
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    You bunch of frogs can keep your french toast.

    Make mine Freedom Toast b!tch.
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  9. Serial Midget Al Bundy

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    I'm still on vacation to burn up time that can't be carried over to 2013. :) Then I'll work the 31st through the 2nd and before anothe 10 days off! I've been sleeping in a lot. :)
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  10. Nick My name is Nick

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    Good morning.

    I'd LOVE me some french and/or freedom toast this morning. I'd make some too, if'n I had any food in this house. Grocery shopping seems to be on that to-do list I ignored yesterday. :hmm:
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  11. eric strt6 Resident Curmudgeon

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    Mmmm french toast... we'll have to make that for breakfast tomorrow....

    It's Friday! F*(& yeah! Skiing this weekend, half day monday, ski more Monday and Tuesday! New Year's on the mountain! Whoop whoop!
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    At work with nothing to do, on call for a week starting at 5:00 PM. Yawn.
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  14. skibunny24 Enthusiastic Receiver of Reputation

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    Started looking for a new job. I don't think I can handle another year of sitting at a desk all day. I'm really not cut out for cube work.

    So looking into general labor type work. I've found one that is like a property maintenance at a zoo, which would be an awesome environment to be in everyday, but I imagine there are probably lots of people who think that, so if that doesn't work out for me, where else can I find a well-paying general labor type job where I get to spend lots of time out doors? Suggestions? I don't mind getting dirty, cold, or wet. I just want to be moving throughout the day.
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    Infantry.
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  16. kidwithbike New Member

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    structural steel welding and bolting inspector, I was just climbing around like a monkey on the 105th floor of WTC and all over in the basements too. Its kinda fun exploring around subway tunnels and the like also. molten metal FTW.
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  17. SkaredShtles I love NEWCASTLE and will ONLY drink NEWCASTLE!!!!

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    These two things are generally mutually exclusive... unless your definition of "well-paying" is significantly different than mine. Which it very well may be.
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  18. rockofullr confused

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    Ski resort lackey. Not well paying by any means but totally worth it.
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    I'm sick and I can't taste my damn fig newtons.
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  20. X3pilot Texans fan - LOL

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    You live in Boeingville, go see about a flight line job. It's all you want and then some. Ask Pesqueeb!
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  21. skibunny24 Enthusiastic Receiver of Reputation

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    All good thoughts, and as a white woman, I'm sure my idea of "well paying" is significantly different than yours :)
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