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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Volume 47
« Last post by dejavu on Today at 09:43:17 PM »
Ah, that's a shame to miss all those things, Fritz, but the stress test comes first in priority.
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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Volume 47
« Last post by fritzkep on Today at 09:38:07 PM »
And I'll miss the rosary Zoom group on Wednesday because I've got the stress test at the same time.

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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Volume 47
« Last post by fritzkep on Today at 09:31:18 PM »
G'nite Debbie, just weights tomorrow, we're not singing at the nursing home because there would be no piano player.

81 and humid here at 11.

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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Volume 47
« Last post by dejavu on Today at 09:19:21 PM »
Good night, Chuck and Fritz.  I'll be up for a little while longer, but am going to start winding down soon.

Good night, Linda, hope you've enjoyed your TV time, and can have a good day tomorrow despite the heat.

Good night, Jenny, if you should peek in.  Hope you're feeling better by now.

This isn't meant to be bragging, because it's so much cooler here than NM, but my computer still says it's 79 degrees outside.  Which seems awfully warm still, for 11:15 PM.

Tomorrow is a day of minor chores around the house, probably will stay home, and then Tuesday is my PT evaluation.  See everyone tomorrow!
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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Volume 47
« Last post by dejavu on Today at 08:56:59 PM »
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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Volume 47
« Last post by CellarDweller115 on Today at 08:50:04 PM »
I would as well!
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Films & Theater / Re: What Movie Did You Watch This Weekend? The Third.
« Last post by B.W. on Today at 08:32:52 PM »
I watched The Hangover, Part II last night. Just wanted some simple, no thinking entertainment!  :P :laugh:




I've never seen any of the films in "THE HANGOVER" series, they sound like they wouldn't really interest me.  However, there's nothing wrong with movies that provide light entertainment that don't require you to take them seriously.  They can be fun.  Heck, I may not be a teenager, but I think Amy Heckerling's "CLUELESS" (1995) and Tina Fey's "MEAN GIRLS" (2004) are always fun to watch.  They deal with bullying, teenage life, high school, the last clothing fashions, a societal outcast who manages to join the "in" crowd, finding your first love, popularity, being true to yourself etc.; all interesting social themes, but they do it in a thoughtful comedic manner.  Light entertainment can still discuss serious issues- and they can sometimes deal with them in a unique way.
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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Volume 47
« Last post by fritzkep on Today at 08:29:10 PM »
I'd draw the line.

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Films & Theater / Re: What Movie Did You Watch This Weekend? The Third.
« Last post by B.W. on Today at 08:28:03 PM »
^^^ More than we the public will ever know.  Unless someone with a set of @@ is willing to take a $$ risk on such smaller "indy" films, they never see the light of day.  There's another script/book I wish Ossana would consider backing / making but perhaps 1 "highly controversial film" a lifetime is enough.  V.




So true.  I feel that the most controversial movies sometimes tend to be the most interesting ones.
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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Volume 47
« Last post by dejavu on Today at 08:27:22 PM »
Yuk, what a sandwich!   :laugh:

Tuna fish and peanut butter on rye bread?
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