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Old Feb 18, '12, 11:00 pm
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I just keep creating new normals !!
The "New Normal" is the current buzz phrase in Seattle!
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The "New Normal" is the current buzz phrase in Seattle!
They stole it from me!! I have used that phrase a lot in the last 2 years!

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Old Feb 19, '12, 5:19 pm
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They stole it from me!! I have used that phrase a lot in the last 2 years!

Ha! I'm not surprised! They steal lots of stuff up here. However, the original "smiley face" with the words "Have a nice day!" was invented by a man who lived here.
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If you can read this, then you don't need glasses!
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Old Feb 23, '12, 1:04 am
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But, I can only read it with my glasses!
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Old Feb 23, '12, 6:31 am
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But, I can only read it with my glasses!



I can only read it if I have my glasses on or contacts in.



Or if I put my face REALLY close to the screen.



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Old Feb 23, '12, 12:25 pm
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I can only read it if I have my glasses on or contacts in.



Or if I put my face REALLY close to the screen.



I'd have to stand across the room to get the focus (sans glasses), but then, the screen would be too small to see without a high power telescope!
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Well that's good news.
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Eagelswings, my old buddy! The "test" is that everything must be in a sign!
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Old Feb 25, '12, 7:05 am
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Eagelswings, my old buddy! The "test" is that everything must be in a sign!


Any you have to put everything in a sign too!!

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That was just a reaction. Anyway, why IS a raven like a writing desk?
Poe wrote on both. Next question?
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Old Feb 25, '12, 3:27 pm
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Poe wrote on both. Next question?
Funny...I guess I never imagined Poe using a raven as a clip board. Maybe that's why I was never able to answer that riddle!
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Funny...I guess I never imagined Poe using a raven as a clip board. Maybe that's why I was never able to answer that riddle!


Oh...my....goodness......
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Old Feb 25, '12, 4:51 pm
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Oh...my....goodness......
Are you expressing surprise that I'm not good with riddles, or that Poe would commit animal cruelty by using a raven as a portable desk?
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Old Feb 25, '12, 9:26 pm
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Are you expressing surprise that I'm not good with riddles, or that Poe would commit animal cruelty by using a raven as a portable desk?
No clipboards were involved. None.
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