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Godd*** Tony Romo. Classic.
Kubiak...
Sean saves the world was okay. I liked it.
Welcome to the family was awful. Was painful attempting to finish it.
I watched The Originals with the kids, I don't watch Vampire Diaries, and it was okay, I suppose.
There are still about 4 new shows I may try to get in this week. I may not.
There are birthdays this week but I can't remember who...Ken-neh? Stoney?
AHS is back Wednesday! I didn't know Kathy Bates was in it! YAY.
6 days til TWD!!
Go Falcons!

:)
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16 Fans 
31%a. Is that me? Was I singing?...
6%b. Number Five is alive...
6%c. Lucky Charms...
19%d. There are good days and there are bad days, and this is one of them...
13%e. Captain Caveman!...
6%f. Jolly Rancher...
19%g. Beaneaters...

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#2 | 358 days ago

it's funny cause it happened on the first play of the game.

  
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#1 | 358 days ago

(Edited by icfeet)
FIRST!!!!

Morning Q'ers!  Happy Monday (wow...there's an oxymoron)....RAMS WON!!! I know...it was the Jaguars, who are 28 point underdogs against Denver next week...but a Win is a WIN!  On to Houston!  Dallas Denver game?  WOW!  

the GREAT team, the RANGERS, square off against the OTHER great team, teach's Kings, in good old LA LA Land.  If the GREAT team wins, the RANGERS, teach has to mention in EVERY POST for the rest of the week what a GREAT team the Rangers are.  If for some reason the Kings win, I will change my avatar to a Kings player and sing the praises of the Kings.  Last time the Rangers-Kings met was 10/7/11 in Sweden, with the Kings coming out on top...c'mon Rangers....lets WIN!!!

Here's today's pic....enjoy...



Oh Yeah...I beat Jason in Ash's FF league!  
Beaneaters...  
#2 | 358 days ago

it's funny cause it happened on the first play of the game.

#3 | 358 days ago

Captain Caveman!...  
#4 | 358 days ago

Q'rs
i am sick (wtg mother nature)
I came home more tired than when i went
i got my smores (thank god i still have a fireplace lighter i carry everywhere, dont ask)
Sid: Sorry, no BIgfoot/Sasquatch sightings
Have I shared my love of vampire movies? well i do love them and i was able to catch dracula 2000 and  there were so many stars in it: Castle, Hyde, 7 of 9, Sherlock, Jennifer Esposito, Gerard Butler, Omar Epps, Christopher Plumber, lord, I had to watch it twice to see everyone. I have not however seen the twilight series, mostly because i do not like kristen stewart (blech) anyhoo, football was interesting, for the most part...(shaking my fist at the Seahawks) da*n , Andrew Luck is a goober when being interviewed, aww Houston, there is a problem folks, Broncos, well what can you say about a team bent on embarassing the whole NFL...Raiders won (yeah Kat's team), Chiefs continue their winning ways (who would of thought), um GB, wth?, Pats, wtf? on to racing, which most of you care not a thing about....Vitamin C is your best friend

PEACE
Is that me? Was I singing?...  
#5 | 358 days ago

Remember last December when everyone was all worried about the world ending because the Mayan calendar ended? I bet those people still feel preyy stupid right now.
Is that me? Was I singing?...  
#6 | 358 days ago

woody050681 wrote:
Remember last December when everyone was all worried about the world ending because the Mayan calendar ended? I bet those people still feel preyy stupid right now.
i was thinking this almost verbatim and then i almost tripped because my shoes are too big.
#7 | 358 days ago

Dammit my Cowboys Upset Special was thissssssss close. Horrible route & a great play on that pick, but geazy-peazy Tony check it the eff down there!!

I think the best two quarterbacks in the state of Texas may be at Baylor. (j/k but WOW though.)

That Bears Saints game was a turnover and a fourth down conversion away from it being a 2 point game instead of an 8 point game down the stretch. That's it, two plays. I'll take it. I also liked Rob Ryan quintuple covering Marshall. I wanted NO part of that guy either.

Rutgers SMU was wildly entertaining and featured the greatest / craziest 2-pt conversion in the history of football. Seriously google it. If it happened in a movie we'd all be like GTFO!


and that's that.
Beaneaters...  
#8 | 358 days ago
Nick__ (+)

19 more days!





Work is kicking my ass!  I am overwhelmed and do not see any relief in the near future, well, at least until 10/26 when I go far away for a week. All that means is that I will come back to what I left. UGH!

I should have my car back at the end of this week or next week.  My concussion syndromes are gone, so, it's back to be being abnormal again.

So, as a kid, The Wizard of Oz was, and still is, one of my favorite movies.  They are currently showing a 3D version at the IMAX theaters out here.  I need to see that version, stat!



Here are some interesting facts about the Wizard of Oz - 
  • The name for Oz was thought up when the creator, Frank Baum, looked at his filing cabinet and saw A-N, and O-Z, hence "Oz."
  • Some see L. Frank Baum's story containing political and social satire. The little girl from the Midwest (typical American) meets up with a brainless scarecrow (farmers), a tin man with no heart (industry), a cowardly lion (politicians, in particular William Jennings Bryan) and a flashy but ultimately powerless wizard (technology). Although the little people keep telling her to follow the yellow brick road (gold standard), in the end it's her silver (in the original story) slippers (silver standard) that help her get back to the good old days.
  • Walt Disney was the unwitting impetus behind getting the film started. Louis B. Mayer was determined to come up with something that would equal the success of Disney's runaway smash, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) which had become the most successful film of all time in a matter of months. Walt originally wanted to make 'The Wizard Of Oz' after 'Snow White' but MGM owned the rights to the book. Disney studios would later go on to make the semi-sequel Return to Oz (1985), the somewhat farcical The Muppets' Wizard of Oz (2005) and Oz the Great and Powerful (2013).
There are good days and there are bad days, and this is one of them...  
#9 | 358 days ago

LOL @ the NFC East, and the fans of those teams who used to mock the NFC West as being the worst cheeky
#10 | 358 days ago
Nick__ (+)

Oh, and then there's this

BAD GRANDPA

O
ct. 25th.  >  TRAILER 

There are good days and there are bad days, and this is one of them...  
#11 | 358 days ago

Kenne wrote:
LOL @ the NFC East, and the fans of those teams who used to mock the NFC West as being the worst cheeky
 indecision I never mocked...I am guilty of giggling now and then. 

@settingtherecordstraightredskinsfans
Is that me? Was I singing?...  
#12 | 358 days ago

Nick__ wrote:
19 more days!





Work is kicking my ass!  I am overwhelmed and do not see any relief in the near future, well, at least until 10/26 when I go far away for a week. All that means is that I will come back to what I left. UGH!

I should have my car back at the end of this week or next week.  My concussion syndromes are gone, so, it's back to be being abnormal again.

So, as a kid, The Wizard of Oz was, and still is, one of my favorite movies.  They are currently showing a 3D version at the IMAX theaters out here.  I need to see that version, stat!



Here are some interesting facts about the Wizard of Oz - 
  • The name for Oz was thought up when the creator, Frank Baum, looked at his filing cabinet and saw A-N, and O-Z, hence "Oz."
  • Some see L. Frank Baum's story containing political and social satire. The little girl from the Midwest (typical American) meets up with a brainless scarecrow (farmers), a tin man with no heart (industry), a cowardly lion (politicians, in particular William Jennings Bryan) and a flashy but ultimately powerless wizard (technology). Although the little people keep telling her to follow the yellow brick road (gold standard), in the end it's her silver (in the original story) slippers (silver standard) that help her get back to the good old days.
  • Walt Disney was the unwitting impetus behind getting the film started. Louis B. Mayer was determined to come up with something that would equal the success of Disney's runaway smash, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) which had become the most successful film of all time in a matter of months. Walt originally wanted to make 'The Wizard Of Oz' after 'Snow White' but MGM owned the rights to the book. Disney studios would later go on to make the semi-sequel Return to Oz (1985), the somewhat farcical The Muppets' Wizard of Oz (2005) and Oz the Great and Powerful (2013).
I can remember watching some PBS "making of" thing on the Wizard of Oz. Some things that stuck with me:

- The director OPEN HAND SLAPPED Judy Garland when she got the giggles and couldn't get through a scene.

- The Lion's costume was made out of REAL LION!?!

- I can also vaguely remember the term "dwarf wrangler" being an import part of the production. (Obviously that gave me a giggle fit)

Seriously dafuq?
Beaneaters...  
#13 | 358 days ago

Hello friends, and welcome back to Monday.
The one thing that sucks about leaving on a Friday is spending all of Monday morning trying to play catch up while dealing with all the other BS that comes along with Mondays.

Weekend was good, our Co-ed hockey team went up to play in a tournament in Aspen and it was glorious (except for part of the drive on Friday morning because it was snowing)
Here are a couple views from the drive up:
Georgetown, weather not to bad, then it got sketch for about the next hour so I had to focus on the road



After the Eisenhower Tunnel at the Divide, here I am heading up Vail Pass (one of my favorite spots)



and about an hour later, here we are going through Glenwood Canyon (the weather was glorious on this stretch)



And finally, this was how the first afternoon in Aspen was


And one last pic, headed home I took a different route, heading over Independence Pass east of Aspen which is closed during the winter time. This one was coming up the last turn before the tourist turn off at the Continental Divide, so this is right about 12000' above sea level and right below the tree line as you can see from the picture



Oh, and go Broncos
#14 | 358 days ago

(Edited by kobe_lova)
Kenne wrote:
LOL @ the NFC East, and the fans of those teams who used to mock the NFC West as being the worst cheeky
They were the worst, though.



Sidebar: Watched 300 again for the first time since it came out. Learned that my favorite in the movie is (then unbeknownst to me) Michael Fassbender! Favorite character and my favorite lines?! What? Knowing it was him this time made me love it that much more, and I see how truly great an actor he is. That, and more than half a liter (i may have a problem) of vodka (in less than 2 hrs) made my Saturday.
#15 | 358 days ago

We buy Skittles for each game, home or away, and don't eat them until after the game. Don't ask - we have even weirder superstitious rituals. Anyway, I had two bags of them still sitting on my desk this morning (I'd already eaten mine, because...duh.) My daughter is home from school today because she sounds like death, and when she woke up she came and got the dogs from my room, let them outside, and then just kind of let them hang out in the house when she went into the back room to watch movies.

This is not a good idea with my basset - he is like a puppy; he needs constant supervision.

So when I got up and walked out into the living room this morning that dog was lying on the rug with his face down, into something, and he was wagging his tail like crazy. He had stolen the Skittles from my desk and opened the bag up, and he was finishing off the Skittles, having a blast, happy as could be. 

I told Kiernan when she gets better that she gets to clean up the rainbow poop out of the yard.
Is that me? Was I singing?...  
#16 | 358 days ago

marcus_nyce wrote:
Dammit my Cowboys Upset Special was thissssssss close. Horrible route & a great play on that pick, but geazy-peazy Tony check it the eff down there!!

I think the best two quarterbacks in the state of Texas may be at Baylor. (j/k but WOW though.)

That Bears Saints game was a turnover and a fourth down conversion away from it being a 2 point game instead of an 8 point game down the stretch. That's it, two plays. I'll take it. I also liked Rob Ryan quintuple covering Marshall. I wanted NO part of that guy either.

Rutgers SMU was wildly entertaining and featured the greatest / craziest 2-pt conversion in the history of football. Seriously google it. If it happened in a movie we'd all be like GTFO!


and that's that.
Or you can check here, because I posted it two days ago. smiley
#17 | 358 days ago

(Edited by Eric_)
So, DoD recalled most of its civilians...

BUT it didn't look like auditors were part of that group because we don't directly support the uniformed troops...

BUT an email from Navy Installations made for a very confusion Sunday evening and Monday morning. In the end though, it looks like the auditors were not to report....

BUT I've now been told that because of the specific project I'm working on, I'm to report Tuesday. We'd be the only ones in the building to the best I can tell.

I wonder if this is what it's like to be a substitute teacher.
#18 | 358 days ago

Gravity in Imax and 3D........just go do it.
I  was kinda, well pretty buzzed and got up to run to the bathroom and forgot I had on the 3D glasses and
scared the hell out of myself when I looked in the mirror.  Dirty Martinis and a table full of Ravens fans who had just
left the game, was not pleasant.  

Finished shooting the episode for Salt Water Kings yesterday.  Reality tv works like this.
10 a.m.   We move tables and banquettes out of the way to touch up paint around the fish tank
11:30 a.m. the film crew shows up.
12:00 the fish show up.

ALL there was to do was add fish to the tank.        Director starts organizing fake chaos to make it look like a last minute install before the big reveal at 6 p.m.   indecision
I hope I never find out how Survivor works.  It was pretty disappointing.

I need to go check FB and my phone to see who I was talking to last night and what I may have said.   
I know I told Ashleigh to watch this
Is that me? Was I singing?...  
#19 | 358 days ago
Nick__ (+)

(Edited by Nick__)
marcus_nyce wrote:
I can remember watching some PBS "making of" thing on the Wizard of Oz. Some things that stuck with me:

- The director OPEN HAND SLAPPED Judy Garland when she got the giggles and couldn't get through a scene.

- The Lion's costume was made out of REAL LION!?!

- I can also vaguely remember the term "dwarf wrangler" being an import part of the production. (Obviously that gave me a giggle fit)

Seriously dafuq?
a) Judy was most likely giggling from all of the pills she was on  cheeky

b) what dafuq?

c) Dwarf Wrangler? Was there a lasso involved?  lmao  I like it! yes
There are good days and there are bad days, and this is one of them...  
#20 | 358 days ago

JenX63 wrote:
 indecision I never mocked...I am guilty of giggling now and then. 

@settingtherecordstraightredskinsfans
it was mostly the Cowboys fans on this site
#21 | 358 days ago

Hola amigos y amigas!

Had a great drunken weekend! Went out Friday and Saturday. It may be possible that I should not be allowed to use my phone while drunk. Friday night seemed to make me laugh more than Saturday night. Random conversations that make little sense are the best!

Fantasy Football: In Bean's league, I am playing Becky and the score was close last night so she may win, since she has Roddy White playing tonight. Let me just say she would be killing me right now if she had started Romo, instead he is sitting on her bench. That was sweet of her. :)
I am playing Ash in her league and I think it was close, I can't remember if we have players in today, she probably does. 
In my daughter's league, I am kicking everyone's ass and scoring the most points almost every week. :) My daughter and I are the only females playing in that league! 

Football: Yay! Raiders beat the Chargers! It's always good when that happens. 

I don't have much else except that I brought some of my leftover Albondigas soup that I made yesterday, and I am glad because it  is a nice cool, cloudy day! 

Have a wonderful day everyone....
Number Five is alive...  
#22 | 358 days ago

Some of you know of my love of shows most people my age don't enjoy. One of them that I watch everyday at work is Walker, Texas Ranger. Now, I can't hear it which I'm pretty sure is how this show was intended to be watched anyway. Pure gold. My point is... e'erbody has been on Walker, Texas Ranger. E'erbody. Let me see if I can find a list: hmm, i don't think there is one comprehensive list or i'm just lazy but here are a few; giovanni ribisi, tobey maguire, mila kunis, dionne warwick (on right now which sparked this convo), ray wise, doris roberts (that's ray's mom), freddy kreuger, Winnie cooper, florida evans' husband james, haley joel osment, mackenzie phillips, the wonder years dad, rowdy roddy piper, hulk hogan, kyla pratt, machete, rupaul (wha?), camilla belle, lee majors, deion sanders, gary busey, smallville dad, macho man (duh, saw that one last week), Dexter's dad, perry white from lois and clark, sylvester stallone's brother, mark cuban (what?), joan jett, ernest borgnine, selena gomez, sting, LT. flynn from the closer, Chin from H5-O, supernatural dad, that jerk from SOA mitch pileggi, and like 100 more people that'd make you say HEY, I know that dude. Walker was the sh**, yo.
#23 | 358 days ago

kobe_lova wrote:
Some of you know of my love of shows most people my age don't enjoy. One of them that I watch everyday at work is Walker, Texas Ranger. Now, I can't hear it which I'm pretty sure is how this show was intended to be watched anyway. Pure gold. My point is... e'erbody has been on Walker, Texas Ranger. E'erbody. Let me see if I can find a list: hmm, i don't think there is one comprehensive list or i'm just lazy but here are a few; giovanni ribisi, tobey maguire, mila kunis, dionne warwick (on right now which sparked this convo), ray wise, doris roberts (that's ray's mom), freddy kreuger, Winnie cooper, florida evans' husband james, haley joel osment, mackenzie phillips, the wonder years dad, rowdy roddy piper, hulk hogan, kyla pratt, machete, rupaul (wha?), camilla belle, lee majors, deion sanders, gary busey, smallville dad, macho man (duh, saw that one last week), Dexter's dad, perry white from lois and clark, sylvester stallone's brother, mark cuban (what?), joan jett, ernest borgnine, selena gomez, sting, LT. flynn from the closer, Chin from H5-O, supernatural dad, that jerk from SOA mitch pileggi, and like 100 more people that'd make you say HEY, I know that dude. Walker was the sh**, yo.
#24 | 358 days ago

The_Real_Stoney wrote:
I know you read it.
#25 | 358 days ago

Stopped in at my favorite Sportsbar this morning to watch Sportscenter plus play a little keno.  Didn't win any money back, however I did get to say hi to our college baseball coach Darin Erstad who is a regular customer mostly for the food. 
Captain Caveman!...  
#26 | 358 days ago

JenX63 wrote:
Q'rs
i am sick (wtg mother nature)
I came home more tired than when i went
i got my smores (thank god i still have a fireplace lighter i carry everywhere, dont ask)
Sid: Sorry, no BIgfoot/Sasquatch sightings
Have I shared my love of vampire movies? well i do love them and i was able to catch dracula 2000 and  there were so many stars in it: Castle, Hyde, 7 of 9, Sherlock, Jennifer Esposito, Gerard Butler, Omar Epps, Christopher Plumber, lord, I had to watch it twice to see everyone. I have not however seen the twilight series, mostly because i do not like kristen stewart (blech) anyhoo, football was interesting, for the most part...(shaking my fist at the Seahawks) da*n , Andrew Luck is a goober when being interviewed, aww Houston, there is a problem folks, Broncos, well what can you say about a team bent on embarassing the whole NFL...Raiders won (yeah Kat's team), Chiefs continue their winning ways (who would of thought), um GB, wth?, Pats, wtf? on to racing, which most of you care not a thing about....Vitamin C is your best friend

PEACE


Jolly Rancher...  
#27 | 358 days ago

kobe_lova wrote:
Some of you know of my love of shows most people my age don't enjoy. One of them that I watch everyday at work is Walker, Texas Ranger. Now, I can't hear it which I'm pretty sure is how this show was intended to be watched anyway. Pure gold. My point is... e'erbody has been on Walker, Texas Ranger. E'erbody. Let me see if I can find a list: hmm, i don't think there is one comprehensive list or i'm just lazy but here are a few; giovanni ribisi, tobey maguire, mila kunis, dionne warwick (on right now which sparked this convo), ray wise, doris roberts (that's ray's mom), freddy kreuger, Winnie cooper, florida evans' husband james, haley joel osment, mackenzie phillips, the wonder years dad, rowdy roddy piper, hulk hogan, kyla pratt, machete, rupaul (wha?), camilla belle, lee majors, deion sanders, gary busey, smallville dad, macho man (duh, saw that one last week), Dexter's dad, perry white from lois and clark, sylvester stallone's brother, mark cuban (what?), joan jett, ernest borgnine, selena gomez, sting, LT. flynn from the closer, Chin from H5-O, supernatural dad, that jerk from SOA mitch pileggi, and like 100 more people that'd make you say HEY, I know that dude. Walker was the sh**, yo.
And don't forget Clarence Gilyard Jr... Sundown in Top Gun, "And the quarter back is sacked!" - computer geek bad guy from Die Hard as well as the iconic "black guy w/a giant white cowboy hat" from Walker, Texas GD! Ranger.

Beaneaters...  
#28 | 358 days ago

marcus_nyce wrote:
And don't forget Clarence Gilyard Jr... Sundown in Top Gun, "And the quarter back is sacked!" - computer geek bad guy from Die Hard as well as the iconic "black guy w/a giant white cowboy hat" from Walker, Texas GD! Ranger.




#29 | 358 days ago

Eric_ wrote:
So, DoD recalled most of its civilians...

BUT it didn't look like auditors were part of that group because we don't directly support the uniformed troops...

BUT an email from Navy Installations made for a very confusion Sunday evening and Monday morning. In the end though, it looks like the auditors were not to report....

BUT I've now been told that because of the specific project I'm working on, I'm to report Tuesday. We'd be the only ones in the building to the best I can tell.

I wonder if this is what it's like to be a substitute teacher.


Glad to hear that you've been called back to work and hopefully everyone else follows suit sooner rather then later and the shutdown madness ends ! 
Jolly Rancher...  
#30 | 358 days ago

That sexy Det. Mike dude that was on the Ghost ep of SVU when ADA cabot came back is on Walker right now.

You wanted to know that. I'm leaving.
#31 | 358 days ago



With all the crap on so many channels the x-files should still be playing somewhere at some late night hour angry

 one of my all time fav's - put it back on fuc**** ! 




I probably have more to say but a large part of it contains so many CoC violations that it simply isn't worth the editing time , so .............. 
Jolly Rancher...  
#32 | 358 days ago
Nick__ (+)

I loved Walker & Texas Ranger......those kids were hysterical!  yes


There are good days and there are bad days, and this is one of them...  
#33 | 358 days ago

(Edited by marcus_nyce)
Sharp Square wrote:


With all the crap on so many channels the x-files should still be playing somewhere at some late night hour angry

 one of my all time fav's - put it back on fuc**** ! 




I probably have more to say but a large part of it contains so many CoC violations that it simply isn't worth the editing time , so .............. 
Cosign. I'd also like a mini series on SyFy? FX? on the origins of the  smoking man's & mulder's father deal with the greys where they exchanged humans like Mulder's sister for info and tech. Also Krycek's back story could be woven in? He was an exchange wasn't he? That would make his age vs his intimate knowledge of the whole conspiracy make sense if he was 'taken as child." 

I NEED THIS!
Beaneaters...  
#34 | 358 days ago

WOW!! 3 MLB games on TBS,and MNF tonight! 
Been doing excellent last 2 week on my picks,of course I was watching 'Broncos/Cowboy' shootout in Big D,'picked up'
40 Wins! Too bad Tony Romo's last pass was misfired, how ironic Peyton Manning is 5-0,whereas Eli is 0-5, gotta believe da Bears r licking their chops. ... Watching Cards/Bucs (G4 LDS playoffs),so far no score after 5 innings,wanna see some scoring!

Did someone mention 'Wizard of Oz?' Last week my sister sent me photo '1967 Judy Garland' at Paragon Park,Nantasket Beach MA, that was my hometown, somehow I quite have the knowledge of placing photos on Faniq....Google Judy Garland Paragon Park

Another perfect day in paradise,Santa Rosa Beach FL, brilliant sunshine,summer breezes,low humidity 80°! most of the same rest of the week!  ... Cards up 2-0 on Matt Holliday homer,6th inning. .... Can't wait 4 Red Sox vs.Rays!
#35 | 358 days ago

(Edited by Eric_)
Sharp Square wrote:


Glad to hear that you've been called back to work and hopefully everyone else follows suit sooner rather then later and the shutdown madness ends ! 
Well, I never did get full confirmation of Tuesday...

BUT I've been told now the decision has been tabled to Wednesday. Agency leadership sent a list of 20 or so to Navy highers up to request authorization. We'll find out tomorrow if it's granted. Seems dumb to me to make a few work and the rest stay home. You would think you'd want it to be and all or nothing thing to the maximum extent possible. This seems like a waste of building electricity and the like.

(Edit: I know "but" probably isn't quite the right conjunction to use, but I wanted to use my original post structure because I'm weird and anal retentive like that.)
#36 | 358 days ago

(Edited by Oddfool)
Cali_Kat wrote:
Hola amigos y amigas!

Had a great drunken weekend! Went out Friday and Saturday. It may be possible that I should not be allowed to use my phone while drunk. Friday night seemed to make me laugh more than Saturday night. Random conversations that make little sense are the best!

Fantasy Football: In Bean's league, I am playing Becky and the score was close last night so she may win, since she has Roddy White playing tonight. Let me just say she would be killing me right now if she had started Romo, instead he is sitting on her bench. That was sweet of her. :)
I am playing Ash in her league and I think it was close, I can't remember if we have players in today, she probably does. 
In my daughter's league, I am kicking everyone's ass and scoring the most points almost every week. :) My daughter and I are the only females playing in that league! 

Football: Yay! Raiders beat the Chargers! It's always good when that happens. 

I don't have much else except that I brought some of my leftover Albondigas soup that I made yesterday, and I am glad because it  is a nice cool, cloudy day! 

Have a wonderful day everyone....
Fantasy Football reminds me of these 2 gems I just read this last weekend.



As for the Charger - Raider game....oof.   My wife and I were watching a pre-recorded Sleepy Hollow, and I was just syncing up my ipad to the Uverse.  I was able to see the first plays of the game.    Third down and 10 and they throw for an intercept.  There was no offense near that spot!!!   (What??? Did the Charger players bet on the Raiders??!!?!)   Beautiful pass...beautiful intercept.   Then the Raider first down....Touchdown.    Off went the game, he said with disgust.       However, Sleepy Hollow.  Scorpions.  Yay.
Is that me? Was I singing?...  
#37 | 358 days ago

Oh, Fireworks this Friday for Homecoming!!     Yippee!
Is that me? Was I singing?...  
#38 | 358 days ago

Oh, and Good Afternoon, Everybodee!
Is that me? Was I singing?...  
#39 | 358 days ago

Sharp Square wrote:


With all the crap on so many channels the x-files should still be playing somewhere at some late night hour angry

 one of my all time fav's - put it back on fuc**** ! 




I probably have more to say but a large part of it contains so many CoC violations that it simply isn't worth the editing time , so .............. 
Netflix streaming

#40 | 358 days ago

#41 | 358 days ago

(Edited by AlwaysSunshine)
I am cursing the American Conference right now.  Doesn't anyone remember Teddy Bridgewater's methodical takedown of Florida in the Sugar Bowl?  With a broken wrist.  And a gimp ankle.  In other football news, it's a short week for us this week.  Louisville vs. Rutgirls Thursday night.

I finished this month's Book Club book and almost cried when I finished it.  Nothing can ever measure up to dead Cuban alligators and zombie chupacabras.  Or reanimated Jesuses. 

There are still a whole lot of holes from Saturday night's drunken rampage around town.  I'm not really sure I want to know.
#42 | 358 days ago

marcus_nyce wrote:
Cosign. I'd also like a mini series on SyFy? FX? on the origins of the  smoking man's & mulder's father deal with the greys where they exchanged humans like Mulder's sister for info and tech. Also Krycek's back story could be woven in? He was an exchange wasn't he? That would make his age vs his intimate knowledge of the whole conspiracy make sense if he was 'taken as child." 

I NEED THIS!


X-Files Prequel -  It's a sure hit !   


The history of the smoking man , bill mulder , and rest of the "world syndicate" that assembled to work with the alien colonists.

Was Mulder's sister an exchange for info or tech with the alien colonists or did she somehow by accident get exposed to or even became a chosen test subject unknown to her father for the alien "black oil" which was first thought to be only mind control but things went bad and she gestated into the alien life form after being exposed for too long alerting some members of the syndicate (like the well manicured British man) to the truth spurring them to begin to search for a vaccine behind closed doors fearing they may suffer the same fate and were being mislead by the alien colonists all along. Mulder's father stricken with grief breaks off from the same syndicate but staying silent to protect the rest of his family from the alien colonist conspiracy in which his son will later search to discover and take down.  

Was Krycek's father a Russian member of the syndicate but among the ones staying loyal to the alien colonists still in belief he and his family would be spared from the "black oil" once the take over happened offering one of his sons to the colonists in exchange. Or was young Krycek simply taken by the alien colonists like Mulder's sister as part of the exchange engineered by the smoking man for the alien info and tech to be used by the syndicate and secret parts of a world alliance. 


I also need to know ......  
Jolly Rancher...  
#43 | 358 days ago

I'm magically delicious.

Did anyone else know there used to be a Land of Oz amusement park?  I learned about this a month ago from my girlfriend (she used to go) and then there was this this past weekend that we missed: 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/20/abandoned-wizard-of-oz-theme-park_n_3784445.html
Lucky Charms...  
#44 | 358 days ago
Nick__ (+)

(Edited by Nick__)
AlwaysSunshine wrote:
I am cursing the American Conference right now.  Doesn't anyone remember Teddy Bridgewater's methodical takedown of Florida in the Sugar Bowl?  With a broken wrist.  And a gimp ankle.  In other football news, it's a short week for us this week.  Louisville vs. Rutgirls Thursday night.

I finished this month's Book Club book and almost cried when I finished it.  Nothing can ever measure up to dead Cuban alligators and zombie chupacabras.  Or reanimated Jesuses. 

There are still a whole lot of holes from Saturday night's drunken rampage around town.  I'm not really sure I want to know.
Who?   laugh  cheeky  (kidding)
There are good days and there are bad days, and this is one of them...  
#45 | 358 days ago

Jess wrote:
We buy Skittles for each game, home or away, and don't eat them until after the game. Don't ask - we have even weirder superstitious rituals. Anyway, I had two bags of them still sitting on my desk this morning (I'd already eaten mine, because...duh.) My daughter is home from school today because she sounds like death, and when she woke up she came and got the dogs from my room, let them outside, and then just kind of let them hang out in the house when she went into the back room to watch movies.

This is not a good idea with my basset - he is like a puppy; he needs constant supervision.

So when I got up and walked out into the living room this morning that dog was lying on the rug with his face down, into something, and he was wagging his tail like crazy. He had stolen the Skittles from my desk and opened the bag up, and he was finishing off the Skittles, having a blast, happy as could be. 

I told Kiernan when she gets better that she gets to clean up the rainbow poop out of the yard.
I went to visit my sister this past Saturday evening, and was supposed to call her to let her know I made it home ok. She called concerned after I'd been home for a little while, and wanted to know why I hadn't called yet. I told her I'd forgotten as I was fuming over picking up tiny pieces of wrappers and sticky little bits of "candy" from my cough drops that my GShep-mix Maggie had eaten. She wanted to know how I knew it was Maggie and not my terrier boys. I allowed that while the sticky red residue all over Ms. Mag's bed was circumstantial evidence that could have been planted by one of the other 2, I felt certain that her slightly pink teeth and cherry menthol breath could be considered a smoking gun. Case closed.
#46 | 358 days ago

HouTxFan wrote:
I went to visit my sister this past Saturday evening, and was supposed to call her to let her know I made it home ok. She called concerned after I'd been home for a little while, and wanted to know why I hadn't called yet. I told her I'd forgotten as I was fuming over picking up tiny pieces of wrappers and sticky little bits of "candy" from my cough drops that my GShep-mix Maggie had eaten. She wanted to know how I knew it was Maggie and not my terrier boys. I allowed that while the sticky red residue all over Ms. Mag's bed was circumstantial evidence that could have been planted by one of the other 2, I felt certain that her slightly pink teeth and cherry menthol breath could be considered a smoking gun. Case closed.
Hah! Aren't they fun?
Is that me? Was I singing?...  
#47 | 358 days ago

Jess wrote:
Hah! Aren't they fun?
Gotta love 'em.
#48 | 358 days ago

Y we no book of month?

Is that me? Was I singing?...  
#49 | 357 days ago

I'm frustrated with the Tanning Salon and what isn't happening that was supposed to have happened weeks ago.  I'm frustrated that I never seem to have enough time in my day to do everything everyone else expects of me.  I'm frustrated that it seems things I do are never good enough for some people, and there is a need to either re-do them or bitch and moan about how I did whatever it was.

I need some me time. Massage.  Spa time.  Pedi.
There are good days and there are bad days, and this is one of them...  
#50 | 357 days ago

AlwaysSunshine wrote:
I am cursing the American Conference right now.  Doesn't anyone remember Teddy Bridgewater's methodical takedown of Florida in the Sugar Bowl?  With a broken wrist.  And a gimp ankle.  In other football news, it's a short week for us this week.  Louisville vs. Rutgirls Thursday night.

I finished this month's Book Club book and almost cried when I finished it.  Nothing can ever measure up to dead Cuban alligators and zombie chupacabras.  Or reanimated Jesuses. 

There are still a whole lot of holes from Saturday night's drunken rampage around town.  I'm not really sure I want to know.
I have almost begun crying for Bridgewater as well.  Looks like he might have to suit up in Jacksonville next seasoncrying  And if that's not bad enough, who knows if Joekel's ankle will allow him to block for Tedy eithercrying
Captain Caveman!...  
#51 | 357 days ago

huskerdoug2009 wrote:
I have almost begun crying for Bridgewater as well.  Looks like he might have to suit up in Jacksonville next seasoncrying  And if that's not bad enough, who knows if Joekel's ankle will allow him to block for Tedy eithercrying
Good thing Teddy's footwork is solid.

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