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Welcome back. This is the part of the locker room where you can sit and chat and chill for a while without offending or being shushed. Maybe you wanna watch a dvd or listen to your mp3. Yes, I rhymed. Something on your mind, post it! Random question, ask it? Hijacking is allowed and encouraged. Join the party, troll around, have a beer. It's cool. All are welcome, but please leave all BS in the hall. 


Person of Interest comes on tonight ..I think. I've never known what day but today or thursday, I'm still excited.

Jay-Z.

Happy Birthday Mojo Dojo!!

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0%a. Put ya lighters up....
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8%f. Peach screwdriver...
23%g. Beans...

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#1 | 340 days ago

Hola!

I watched The Black List last night. I dig James Spader.He stole my heart playing a joik in Pretty in Pink way back when. Anywhoo, I like the show............though I'll have to rewatch it on DEMAND since I flipped back and forth between that and Hostages. 

I meant to watch Mom since I'm a big Allison Janney fan. Forgot. Side note: If you haven't seen The Way Way Back....do it. 

Kings preseason game tonight. They play Penner's team. I will have a beverage. 

2 days till I'm off to Vegas.

Enjoy yourselves. 
Cream cheese frosting...  
  
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#1 | 340 days ago

Hola!

I watched The Black List last night. I dig James Spader.He stole my heart playing a joik in Pretty in Pink way back when. Anywhoo, I like the show............though I'll have to rewatch it on DEMAND since I flipped back and forth between that and Hostages. 

I meant to watch Mom since I'm a big Allison Janney fan. Forgot. Side note: If you haven't seen The Way Way Back....do it. 

Kings preseason game tonight. They play Penner's team. I will have a beverage. 

2 days till I'm off to Vegas.

Enjoy yourselves. 
Cream cheese frosting...  
#2 | 340 days ago

Second!

Hello out there in FanIQ Land!  I had a job interview this morning with a company that deals closely with Verizon, they're looking to hire someone as a manager.  I should know later today if they want me to come back for a second interview.  The interviewer was a young, super hot blond chick...I could definitely enjoy working for this company with people like her there!

This morning, there's dancing in the streets of Pittsburgh.  It's been 21 years of suffering, but the Pirates are headed to the playoffs!

That is all for now.

BK over and out
Make it last forever, friendship never ends,..  
#3 | 340 days ago

My work pc keeps telling me it blocked this site from downloading a file on every page. Make it stop before my job blocks you.
#4 | 340 days ago

How bout them Broncos!!!
Wins are always nice. Wins against the Raiders are twice as nice

I'm trying to catch up on paperwork right now at work and catch up on some shows. Right now it's the pilot of Sleepy Hollow. It has my attention.

I DVR'd The Blacklist, Mom, and Hostages last night. I saw a little portion of Mom. I like both Anna Faris and Allison Janney. I just.. I was getting the same vibe I got when I watched Dads. We'll see when I watch the whole thing

My winter hockey league starts tomorrow!! And we get our new sweaters!! I shall post a pic of them on Thursday

Congrats to Pirates fans all over the world, and I hope you get more than one illegitimate playoff game out of this season

Poor Manny Machado

I loved Ray Lewis' comments about the Ravens party bus incident shows they have a lack of leadership on that team. Remember, Ray Lewis killed a guy.
#5 | 340 days ago

kteacher wrote:
Hola!

I watched The Black List last night. I dig James Spader.He stole my heart playing a joik in Pretty in Pink way back when. Anywhoo, I like the show............though I'll have to rewatch it on DEMAND since I flipped back and forth between that and Hostages. 

I meant to watch Mom since I'm a big Allison Janney fan. Forgot. Side note: If you haven't seen The Way Way Back....do it. 

Kings preseason game tonight. They play Penner's team. I will have a beverage. 

2 days till I'm off to Vegas.

Enjoy yourselves. 
Did you go to Vegas? How was that, if so?
#6 | 340 days ago

- The Broncos are a machine.  Can't wait to see a Chicago/Denver SB come January.  Should be fun, especially since both teams are used to playing in wintry weather. 

- I got my Mr. Clean on last night in the kitchen.  I haven't cleaned like that since college when attempting to get a security deposit back.  Hahaha, looking back now, it was incredibly stupid.  Security deposits back then were akin to pissing $$$ away....which I'm also good at. 

- Dinner last night was stuffed chicken boobs (boursin cheese, sour cream, and spinach) in a crucial new sauce (no idea what she put in it - but it was bomb), these cauliflower bite thingamajigs (they too were bomb), and homemade garlic bread.  Tonight I'm just gonna mix all the leftovers from that past week and get my grub on like a King. 

- Getting excited for our St. Louis trip in a few weeks.  I've been holding out on eating BBQ....can't wait for Pappy's.  Om nom om nom nom om nom.....

- ND/Oklahama this Sat....who ya got?
#7 | 340 days ago

Q'rs
Ash heart
Leigh heart

i have nothing else but this 
Cream cheese frosting...  
#8 | 340 days ago

Chloe isn't a fan of the Magic Kingdom.

Beans...  
#9 | 340 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
- The Broncos are a machine.  Can't wait to see a Chicago/Denver SB come January.  Should be fun, especially since both teams are used to playing in wintry weather. 

- I got my Mr. Clean on last night in the kitchen.  I haven't cleaned like that since college when attempting to get a security deposit back.  Hahaha, looking back now, it was incredibly stupid.  Security deposits back then were akin to pissing $$$ away....which I'm also good at. 

- Dinner last night was stuffed chicken boobs (boursin cheese, sour cream, and spinach) in a crucial new sauce (no idea what she put in it - but it was bomb), these cauliflower bite thingamajigs (they too were bomb), and homemade garlic bread.  Tonight I'm just gonna mix all the leftovers from that past week and get my grub on like a King. 

- Getting excited for our St. Louis trip in a few weeks.  I've been holding out on eating BBQ....can't wait for Pappy's.  Om nom om nom nom om nom.....

- ND/Oklahama this Sat....who ya got?
Please define "Homemade San Francisco sauce"........post earlier this week or maybe last week.   Thanks, it makes me giggle.


So.......

It's raining, because of course it is.

Work stuff/life...
Mrs. M does have cancer.   She told me she doesn't want treatment and to  start writing checks to people.  Mmhmm.
After I explained how a tumor will grow in her backside if she does not have radiation, and Hospice won't put her out of her misery until the very end,  I think she may reconsider.
Her daughter has already asked in lieu of a check for her birthday, could her mom please pay the caterer for the party
she is now throwing in 2 weeks.   I. Hate. Her. 
I have called a friend of mine who is the former head physician at PBC Hospice.  He was fired for speaking too bluntly and cursing at people.  He's perfect for the job I have in mind.

I hated the end of Dexter.
 Ash........Catch up on Ray Donovan.  The last 3 episodes have been...wow.
Low Winter Sun is just so..............icky.   I want to stop watching, but Rob is committed to it until it's cancelled.  Soon, I hope.

The Voice................best season so far,,,,,,ok it's only been one night, but   I like what I'm seeing.

 Please distract me,,,,I shall be looking up natural food cures for the rest of the day.
Cream cheese frosting...  
#10 | 340 days ago


Mindy ... 

  mmhmmmmheart




I watched Sleepy Hollow at 4 this morning. I really wasn't expecting much as i usually don't care for many of these kinds of series but i thought both episodes were quite good. I shall watch a few more i do believe.


Now The Walking Dead need to get the fk back angry 


Everything Else (fall premiere's wise) - PASS 




That is ALL cool
Chalupa Batman...  
#11 | 340 days ago

I'm stabby today.

Apparently one of Kiernan's teachers would rather us just lie to the school and say Kiernan's sick when we pull her out rather than do as we did for the 13th and 16th. We notified her school we'd be gone the Wednesday prior to leaving as to give the teachers time to have her work ready by Thursday for her to take home. Kiernan worked her butt off in the hotels over the weekend to have the work turned in when she got back - all of which she got 100% on. Her social studies teacher gave her an F anyway and said she does not accept late work for unexcused absences. Okay. We'll just call her in sick for the MNF game in December and the Tuesday following, since we live in outer BFE and have to drive 4.5 hours each way. One question: Why didn't this teacher let her know ahead of time AS SHE WAS GIVING HER THE EFFING WORK TO DO OVER THE WEEKEND that she wasn't going to accept it? Now my daughter is extremely upset because she's got a big fat F in the midst of her straight A's in her progress report. This girl is 12 years old, in 6th grade, and is already thinking about college. She wants to do well in school and works hard. It's not her fault her parents are irresponsible a**holes who pull her out of school for games, and SHE DID THE WORK! I understand she got the "learning" from the work regardless of grade, but seriously?

/rant
Come back.hoo-oo-oo-oome...ow.  
#12 | 340 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
- The Broncos are a machine.  Can't wait to see a Chicago/Denver SB come January.  Should be fun, especially since both teams are used to playing in wintry weather. 

- I got my Mr. Clean on last night in the kitchen.  I haven't cleaned like that since college when attempting to get a security deposit back.  Hahaha, looking back now, it was incredibly stupid.  Security deposits back then were akin to pissing $$$ away....which I'm also good at. 

- Dinner last night was stuffed chicken boobs (boursin cheese, sour cream, and spinach) in a crucial new sauce (no idea what she put in it - but it was bomb), these cauliflower bite thingamajigs (they too were bomb), and homemade garlic bread.  Tonight I'm just gonna mix all the leftovers from that past week and get my grub on like a King. 

- Getting excited for our St. Louis trip in a few weeks.  I've been holding out on eating BBQ....can't wait for Pappy's.  Om nom om nom nom om nom.....

- ND/Oklahama this Sat....who ya got?
Oh, the thoughts of Jay Cuntler playing in a Super Bowl. you crazy dog, you crazy

As far as OU/ND goes, what a couple of awful teams this year. I think ND could pull this off, but wouldn't be surprised if this was the start of the slide that sends them to a 5-7 season
#13 | 340 days ago

(Edited by kobe_lova)
This made me laugh. Poor girl, though. Shout to all my friends the strangers who bought a b*g and GTA last week.

Sid is ahead of me on a show? WTS?


Someone went pinning.. Sowwy.
#14 | 340 days ago

(Edited by kobe_lova)
 
#15 | 340 days ago

Jess wrote:
I'm stabby today.

Apparently one of Kiernan's teachers would rather us just lie to the school and say Kiernan's sick when we pull her out rather than do as we did for the 13th and 16th. We notified her school we'd be gone the Wednesday prior to leaving as to give the teachers time to have her work ready by Thursday for her to take home. Kiernan worked her butt off in the hotels over the weekend to have the work turned in when she got back - all of which she got 100% on. Her social studies teacher gave her an F anyway and said she does not accept late work for unexcused absences. Okay. We'll just call her in sick for the MNF game in December and the Tuesday following, since we live in outer BFE and have to drive 4.5 hours each way. One question: Why didn't this teacher let her know ahead of time AS SHE WAS GIVING HER THE EFFING WORK TO DO OVER THE WEEKEND that she wasn't going to accept it? Now my daughter is extremely upset because she's got a big fat F in the midst of her straight A's in her progress report. This girl is 12 years old, in 6th grade, and is already thinking about college. She wants to do well in school and works hard. It's not her fault her parents are irresponsible a**holes who pull her out of school for games, and SHE DID THE WORK! I understand she got the "learning" from the work regardless of grade, but seriously?

/rant
I had a chance to go to NYC with my older sister when my younger sister and me were in middle school (my mom didn't fly at the time) and she called us in sick on a Friday and Monday for that very reason.  (It amazed me because my mother swears that she does not lie and will not lie for any reason).

I'm in a foul mood today, and I will be doing some strawberry and vanilla vodka shots (leftover from tailgating on Saturday) and drinking a few Makers and diet cokes.  I may be back later, drunk posting or not.
#16 | 340 days ago

Jess wrote:
I'm stabby today.

Apparently one of Kiernan's teachers would rather us just lie to the school and say Kiernan's sick when we pull her out rather than do as we did for the 13th and 16th. We notified her school we'd be gone the Wednesday prior to leaving as to give the teachers time to have her work ready by Thursday for her to take home. Kiernan worked her butt off in the hotels over the weekend to have the work turned in when she got back - all of which she got 100% on. Her social studies teacher gave her an F anyway and said she does not accept late work for unexcused absences. Okay. We'll just call her in sick for the MNF game in December and the Tuesday following, since we live in outer BFE and have to drive 4.5 hours each way. One question: Why didn't this teacher let her know ahead of time AS SHE WAS GIVING HER THE EFFING WORK TO DO OVER THE WEEKEND that she wasn't going to accept it? Now my daughter is extremely upset because she's got a big fat F in the midst of her straight A's in her progress report. This girl is 12 years old, in 6th grade, and is already thinking about college. She wants to do well in school and works hard. It's not her fault her parents are irresponsible a**holes who pull her out of school for games, and SHE DID THE WORK! I understand she got the "learning" from the work regardless of grade, but seriously?

/rant
I guess you're running the same program as Roberto today.



"STAB! STAB! STAB!"

(That's basically just for me and E. As you were...)
Beans...  
#17 | 340 days ago

AlwaysSunshine wrote:
I had a chance to go to NYC with my older sister when my younger sister and me were in middle school (my mom didn't fly at the time) and she called us in sick on a Friday and Monday for that very reason.  (It amazed me because my mother swears that she does not lie and will not lie for any reason).

I'm in a foul mood today, and I will be doing some strawberry and vanilla vodka shots (leftover from tailgating on Saturday) and drinking a few Makers and diet cokes.  I may be back later, drunk posting or not.
It's such BS. It's nice to know that some teachers (I'm not saying all, by any means - the rest of her teachers were very understanding and even excited for her) would rather us either deny our children experiences that might cut into school time (that WE authorize) or lie about it. I was just talking to my husband about that; I'd rather not teach my child that lying is okay, but it's either going to be that or force her to stay home with someone and miss MNF. I know games aren't important to her education, but it's not like she misses half the school year for them, and it's not as if we let it get in the way of her actual learning (as shown by making sure she does her work assigned when she's gone.) God, I can't wait until we live closer to Seattle so this isn't even an issue anymore. It wouldn't be a problem if it wasn't a half a day's drive just to get there.

Also, IMO, giving her an F for work she did even though she got 100% on it discourages her from wanting to make up work when she misses school, no? Kind of counter-productive, I think. Sure, it's probably meant to discourage US from wanting to pull her out of school for games, but come on...we get season tickets. It's not my fault if there's a primetime home game or two on the schedule.
Come back.hoo-oo-oo-oome...ow.  
#18 | 340 days ago

Looking forward to season premier of NCIS tonight.  Final season of Ziva.
Chalupa Batman...  
#19 | 340 days ago

fart at feeling "stabby."

i got my room reservations! i'll be staying in a hotel right around the block from 30 rock, so i'll do the new york thang and just walk on over in the morning. i've printed walking directions to the flatiron building (my favoritest favorite piece of buildingry) which includes a stroll down broadway, to times square, to the anthropologie store (i just want to smell it), and to a place called turtle pond in central park. i am thinking i may just walk to the park and take a nap if it's sunny and wait for my time to go, or maybe go for a swim in the pool. i'm pretty sure anything else i do will involve me pulling my wallet out and i'd rather not have that on me in that particular city.

i chatted with a girl who is actually part of the joy fit club show and we brain stormed and staged as much as we could for a live show. i am so excited and i'm going to be a total dork. i'm probably gonna be very red-faced for the whole thing and i hate that. i blush a lot.
#20 | 340 days ago

Jess wrote:
It's such BS. It's nice to know that some teachers (I'm not saying all, by any means - the rest of her teachers were very understanding and even excited for her) would rather us either deny our children experiences that might cut into school time (that WE authorize) or lie about it. I was just talking to my husband about that; I'd rather not teach my child that lying is okay, but it's either going to be that or force her to stay home with someone and miss MNF. I know games aren't important to her education, but it's not like she misses half the school year for them, and it's not as if we let it get in the way of her actual learning (as shown by making sure she does her work assigned when she's gone.) God, I can't wait until we live closer to Seattle so this isn't even an issue anymore. It wouldn't be a problem if it wasn't a half a day's drive just to get there.

Also, IMO, giving her an F for work she did even though she got 100% on it discourages her from wanting to make up work when she misses school, no? Kind of counter-productive, I think. Sure, it's probably meant to discourage US from wanting to pull her out of school for games, but come on...we get season tickets. It's not my fault if there's a primetime home game or two on the schedule.
Agreed.  I think life experiences go a long way for kids, especially when mom and dad are doing their job by making sure their kid(s) are getting their work done.  My friends' daughters raised money to go to Cambodia on a "mission" trip, which basically consisted of them helping test wells to see if the water was tainted with arsenic and helping supply schools and businesses with a water filtration system.  Most of the trip was during Christmas break.  I believe there were 2-3 days of school the kids missed.  Their school balked at allowing them to make up the work missed. Finally, all the teachers agreed.  I mean, who gets to go across the world to experience 1...a different culture and 2...the opportunity to do humanitarian work to make people's lives better. 
#21 | 340 days ago

AlwaysSunshine wrote:
Agreed.  I think life experiences go a long way for kids, especially when mom and dad are doing their job by making sure their kid(s) are getting their work done.  My friends' daughters raised money to go to Cambodia on a "mission" trip, which basically consisted of them helping test wells to see if the water was tainted with arsenic and helping supply schools and businesses with a water filtration system.  Most of the trip was during Christmas break.  I believe there were 2-3 days of school the kids missed.  Their school balked at allowing them to make up the work missed. Finally, all the teachers agreed.  I mean, who gets to go across the world to experience 1...a different culture and 2...the opportunity to do humanitarian work to make people's lives better. 
Yea, something like that is ridiculous for them to take issue with. I can kind of understand the football game thing, but that's ridiculous.
Come back.hoo-oo-oo-oome...ow.  
#22 | 340 days ago

AlwaysSunshine wrote:
Agreed.  I think life experiences go a long way for kids, especially when mom and dad are doing their job by making sure their kid(s) are getting their work done.  My friends' daughters raised money to go to Cambodia on a "mission" trip, which basically consisted of them helping test wells to see if the water was tainted with arsenic and helping supply schools and businesses with a water filtration system.  Most of the trip was during Christmas break.  I believe there were 2-3 days of school the kids missed.  Their school balked at allowing them to make up the work missed. Finally, all the teachers agreed.  I mean, who gets to go across the world to experience 1...a different culture and 2...the opportunity to do humanitarian work to make people's lives better. 
With school budgets what they are nowadays, I can see where they would balk in allowing this, when the school gets money based on attendance.    You need to convince the school how such a trip benefits the student.  While I can see a Social Studies class tie-in to such a trip, you need to work a bit harder tying in such a trip with other class subjects.  (Show the mathematics involved with fund raising and the science work, writing reports about your daily activities for English, physical activities I guess you gotta show how you carried all your supplies and walked great distances, etc...)

But, good for them on such a trip.
Make it last forever, friendship never ends,..  
#23 | 340 days ago

Jess wrote:
It's such BS. It's nice to know that some teachers (I'm not saying all, by any means - the rest of her teachers were very understanding and even excited for her) would rather us either deny our children experiences that might cut into school time (that WE authorize) or lie about it. I was just talking to my husband about that; I'd rather not teach my child that lying is okay, but it's either going to be that or force her to stay home with someone and miss MNF. I know games aren't important to her education, but it's not like she misses half the school year for them, and it's not as if we let it get in the way of her actual learning (as shown by making sure she does her work assigned when she's gone.) God, I can't wait until we live closer to Seattle so this isn't even an issue anymore. It wouldn't be a problem if it wasn't a half a day's drive just to get there.

Also, IMO, giving her an F for work she did even though she got 100% on it discourages her from wanting to make up work when she misses school, no? Kind of counter-productive, I think. Sure, it's probably meant to discourage US from wanting to pull her out of school for games, but come on...we get season tickets. It's not my fault if there's a primetime home game or two on the schedule.
you take the good, you take the bad, you take them both, and there you have the facts of life


the facts of life
#24 | 340 days ago

(Edited by Jess)
The_Real_Stoney wrote:
you take the good, you take the bad, you take them both, and there you have the facts of life


the facts of life
:p

Poor kid pretty much just now decided (tearfully) that she will give up MNF in lieu of lying to her teacher or getting an F on her assigned work on Mon/Tues Dec. 2/3. Marcus - we may have an extra MNF ticket versus the Saints at CLink.
Come back.hoo-oo-oo-oome...ow.  
#25 | 340 days ago

Oddfool wrote:
With school budgets what they are nowadays, I can see where they would balk in allowing this, when the school gets money based on attendance.    You need to convince the school how such a trip benefits the student.  While I can see a Social Studies class tie-in to such a trip, you need to work a bit harder tying in such a trip with other class subjects.  (Show the mathematics involved with fund raising and the science work, writing reports about your daily activities for English, physical activities I guess you gotta show how you carried all your supplies and walked great distances, etc...)

But, good for them on such a trip.
True.  The teachers ultimately had little concern about subject matter tie-in.  The school is an in-county magnet that prides itself with community service, so the service aspect was a deciding factor to excuse the absence.  With 1800-1900 enrolled on a yearly basis, I think they do okay overall bringing in attendance money.
#26 | 340 days ago
Nick__ (+)

Anyone, else out there, get to the point where they want to throat punch ass kissers?  That has to be my biggest pet peeve out of all pet peeves.  smh

Day 2 in Charlotte was longggggggg.......all day training....I was the presenter frown   Had dinner at 131 North Main - good food! yes  I had the Cajun Penne Pasta with Shrimp and a Caesar Salad.

I more day of training (Wednesday) and my flight back is at 7pm EST.  Oddly enough, I'm not looking forward to going home.  I'm enjoying be alone these past few days.......it's nice.
Beans...  
#27 | 340 days ago

Lesson learned from above.......Elementary Teachers are > than Middle School teachers. 

Signed, 

Teacher who's taking off Thursday and Friday for Sinning and Hockey

P.S. Schools do get funding based on attendance numbers; however, if a student is out for 5 or more days, us teachers (in my district) can create a study contract and if completed those 5 + days aren't counted as absences anymore. 
Cream cheese frosting...  
#28 | 339 days ago

Wow.  I'm taking Hunter out of school tomorrow so we can have a mommy daughter trip to Grande Prairie for her 15th birthday.  She told her teachers, as per mom's request, and the teachers were pretty much "Huh? why are you telling me?  I won't remember"  She's in Senior High now and I guess they just don't care.

She had her last day at Boston Pizza tonight and was treated like s**t the entire shift by the woman who is the supervisor.  This woman has three young girls and I so want to go ask her how she would feel if I spoke to her daughters the way she spoke to mine tonight.  I'm so angry, I want to throat punch her, but will be satisfied with not going there for lunch or dinner any longer.  I found another restaurant I like better.  I  just don't understand how a mother can speak to a teenager working for her the way she speaks to mine.  Sad thing is, she was the same way with my son shen he worked there.  

So thankful she is working at the suntanning salon now.  Over $300 in her first paycheque after making $54 her last at BP.
Peach screwdriver...  
#29 | 339 days ago

The_Real_Stoney wrote:
Oh, the thoughts of Jay Cuntler playing in a Super Bowl. you crazy dog, you crazy

As far as OU/ND goes, what a couple of awful teams this year. I think ND could pull this off, but wouldn't be surprised if this was the start of the slide that sends them to a 5-7 season
ND and OU aren't very good this year, but calling them awful is a little over the top.  ND is possibly going to lose 6 of their last 8 games?  Hahaha name said 6 losses. 
#30 | 339 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
ND and OU aren't very good this year, but calling them awful is a little over the top.  ND is possibly going to lose 6 of their last 8 games?  Hahaha name said 6 losses. 
awful may be hyperbole, but it gets the people going.
I watched the Michigan, Purdue and MSU games and could see ND losing to OU, ASU, Pitt, and Stanford for sure and possibly USC and BYU. Count it!
#31 | 339 days ago

(Edited by kobe_lova)
2 cents:
Needs to be the final season period for nciUgh. everyone leave!

I've never been big on explaining myself anyway, so I doubt those teachers would even know why my child wasn't there in the first place. She won't be here, she'll be with me would've been about it. BUT, if I ask them for the work, they GIVE me the work, she completes the work and gets 100%, I promise you, she wouldn't have an F by the time that day was done. If it wasn't going to be accepted, then you should have told me beforehand but when you didn't, we had an agreement, so fix it. But, I'm a hellraiser occasionally, and it would have raised.

And if she doesn't go to MNF, she has to stay with someone else. Personally, she'd be going.

Elementary teachers ARE better. My first 3 teachers in middle school crushed my love and made me hate it rather quickly.
#32 | 339 days ago

kobe_lova wrote:
2 cents:
Needs to be the final season period for nciUgh. everyone leave!

I've never been big on explaining myself anyway, so I doubt those teachers would even know why my child wasn't there in the first place. She won't be here, she'll be with me would've been about it. BUT, if I ask them for the work, they GIVE me the work, she completes the work and gets 100%, I promise you, she wouldn't have an F by the time that day was done. If it wasn't going to be accepted, then you should have told me beforehand but when you didn't, we had an agreement, so fix it. But, I'm a hellraiser occasionally, and it would have raised.

And if she doesn't go to MNF, she has to stay with someone else. Personally, she'd be going.

Elementary teachers ARE better. My first 3 teachers in middle school crushed my love and made me hate it rather quickly.
Oh, Hell will be raised. The teacher is out this entire week, but as soon as she gets back she's going to fix this and we're going to make an agreement about December too. She gets to deal with both me AND Trev...we're both fired up. Jerk.
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#33 | 339 days ago

Jess wrote:
Oh, Hell will be raised. The teacher is out this entire week, but as soon as she gets back she's going to fix this and we're going to make an agreement about December too. She gets to deal with both me AND Trev...we're both fired up. Jerk.
Yes. They will rue the day!

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8-08; Fan IQ's Summertime Music Poll in Review
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45 opinions | 3 comments | Last by hotdog5054
F/E 8/29
Asked by kobe_lova | Locker Room | 1 questions asked Yesterday
7 opinions | 21 comments | Last by woody050681
Meet My Grandson Ben Andrew Sturdivant!!!!
Asked by BikerBaby | Locker Room | 1 questions asked Yesterday
2 opinions | 2 comments | Last by hskrdave
F/E 8/28
Asked by kobe_lova | Locker Room | 1 questions asked 08/28/14
7 opinions | 16 comments | Last by hskrdave
F/E 8/22
Asked by kobe_lova | Locker Room | 1 questions asked 08/22/14
9 opinions | 26 comments | Last by woody050681