But if you feel inclined, take it up with my support staff and see where it goes.
I'm sure they can handle the dunkin part for you.:)
coffee...I see coffee mentioned here...going to need a LOT of it soon.....working until 5pm then teaching from 630-930...hopefully home by 1030.....coffee.....need coffee.....
oh yeah...the marshmallow pictured above might be nice too.....:D
Ok... you got me on that one. I always thought to 'dispell' was a intended action.
You have taught me something new... it can also mean involuntary actions.
Unless of course you intended on passing coffee through your naval cavities...
Then the sentence makes perfect sense.
Just make sure you floss the old nose hairs before turning in for the night. You don't want any cavities in your cavity...:D
@paso... I suggest you not try to duplicate ol' 55s spectacular feat.
I wonder if Coffee Naval Dispelling will become a Olympic Sport soon. They could set up keyboards for the targets at several distances...
You're up past your bedtime scooter...
Working on a report for a meeting tomorrow afternoon for the bosses.
Paperwork makes the world go 'round...
In the Lead again........ Just can't wait to get in the lead again........ Sorry Willie......:D :D :p
The end is near...
Thank goodness. I'm tired of being out of breath typing just to stay up front. And I'm not quitting now. :DQuote:
Originally Posted by PaladinKnight
I'm not quitting either! :D
You put out a valiant effort. Your names will be recalled by the younger generations well after this day. But alas, for every victory, there is also defeat.
Sorry, to inform you that I am declaring victory, therefore you cannot.
Nice try and well done.
But as I said, the end is near..
And I passed it well before you arrived.
So shall we go again?
See you guys at the End.
The end is now.
I win!!! ;);):D:D
I was walking home from the gym and waiting at a stoplight for it to turn green. The idiot of the day award goes to the individual who ran the red light and made an illegal left turn right in front of the SFPD car that was waiting at the light on the cross street. I looked up at the light and looked over to the cop to see what he was going to do. I thought he was just going to let it go. He made a U-Turn and nailed the driver. :D
That made my morning.
Made the trek over to Arlington National Cemetery this morning and ended up at the Wall after the ceremony to visit a few buddies whose names are inscribed and then to the Nurse's Memorial. I go often so they know we still care.
Sometimes I will see others that I served with and know. Most of the time it is just out of town visitors who come to see the Wall.
A very long day as I have been home maybe a half an hour and have warmed up some with something to drink and some comfort food I am preparing.