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thatrunnerdude

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Location: The North Coast
Gender: Male


Posted: Apr 11, 2008 - 8:49am

meower215 wrote:
We'll walk hand in hand, we'll walk hand in hand,
We'll walk hand in hand someday;
Oh, deep in my heart, I do believe,
We'll walk hand in hand someday


Yes when we die we say
we'll catch some blackbird's wing
And we will fly away together
Come some sweet blue bonnet spring

(Nanci Griffith)

meower

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Gender: Female


Posted: Apr 11, 2008 - 6:20am

We'll walk hand in hand, we'll walk hand in hand,
We'll walk hand in hand someday;
Oh, deep in my heart, I do believe,
We'll walk hand in hand someday
DownHomeGirl

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Posted: Apr 11, 2008 - 5:53am

Love your writing, OV
duchamp

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Posted: Apr 11, 2008 - 5:50am

manbirdexperiment wrote:



Gotta love this one! Hit the nail on the head.


joan_c

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Posted: Apr 11, 2008 - 5:44am

If this is coffee, please bring me some tea; but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee. (Abraham Lincoln)
ptooey

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Posted: Apr 11, 2008 - 5:39am

ptooey wrote:
Ha-

hah!
Jacksonstat

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Posted: Apr 11, 2008 - 5:17am

Is it 5 o'clock yet?
typecast

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Posted: Apr 11, 2008 - 5:14am


NoEnzLefttoSplit

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Posted: Apr 10, 2008 - 6:58pm

oldviolin wrote:
...I've been working on some artistically
rendered wall display units for my Wife's employer
and pushing the clock right up to the nub (Bryan Time as my Darling calls it. ) I had to stay up all night with the finishing touches...to the tune of about 4:30 AM.
Anyhow, I stepped out of the garage for some fresh air and the latest storm was coming through so it was rainy, snowy, wind blowy, you know, and all Colorado like, but there was something out of place.
It was the small voice hiding in the ticks of the clock.
A thick fog had descended and it smelled like...like
Monterey, California?
It smelled like those fog banks that come in off the surf and totally shroud everything with the all- encompassing smell of the ocean.
I was transported back for a few moments...and relished them.
I enjoyed the area so much as a 20-year-old kid, but I wasn't in a very good place emotionally.
Oh, I was having a blast, no doubt.
I mean, I haven't even begun to tell the stories.
It was just under two years that I spent there, but in a way, it seems like I left so much of my unfinished self there that I'm still there right now.
The moment is a funny thing. It lives as long as you let it...


nice moment well captured.
ptooey

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Posted: Apr 10, 2008 - 6:51pm

Ha-
oldviolin

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Posted: Apr 10, 2008 - 6:50pm

...I've been working on some artistically
rendered wall display units for my Wife's employer
and pushing the clock right up to the nub (Bryan Time as my Darling calls it. ) I had to stay up all night with the finishing touches...to the tune of about 4:30 AM.
Anyhow, I stepped out of the garage for some fresh air and the latest storm was coming through so it was rainy, snowy, wind blowy, you know, and all Colorado like, but there was something out of place.
It was the small voice hiding in the ticks of the clock.
A thick fog had descended and it smelled like...like
Monterey, California?
It smelled like those fog banks that come in off the surf and totally shroud everything with the all- encompassing smell of the ocean.
I was transported back for a few moments...and relished them.
I enjoyed the area so much as a 20-year-old kid, but I wasn't in a very good place emotionally.
Oh, I was having a blast, no doubt.
I mean, I haven't even begun to tell the stories.
It was just under two years that I spent there, but in a way, it seems like I left so much of my unfinished self there that I'm still there right now.
The moment is a funny thing. It lives as long as you let it...
MsJudi

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Posted: Apr 10, 2008 - 12:45pm

Steve wrote:
I'll bet this thread won't make 260,000 posts... for 834872629294576639292656582 years!


Fixed it for ya. ;)

(oh no, oh no, oh no, I broke the rules! I sorry!)
Steve

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Posted: Apr 10, 2008 - 12:31pm

I'll bet this thread won't make 260,000 posts!
Manbird

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Posted: Apr 10, 2008 - 11:31am

























maryte

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Posted: Apr 10, 2008 - 7:14am

Yahoo Launches Soul-Search Engine

SUNNYVALE, CA—Hoping it will push them to the top of an increasingly competitive market, Internet portal Yahoo has added soul-search capabilities to its expanding line of search tools, company executives announced Monday.

"Capable of navigating the billions of thoughts, experiences, and emotions that make up the human psyche, the new Yahoo soul-search engine helps users find what's deep inside them quickly and easily," Yahoo CEO Terry Semel said. "All those long, difficult nights of pondering your place in this world are a thing of the past."

Yahoo's main competitor recently introduced two new advanced search functions: Google Local, which highlights search results from a specific geographic area, and Google Personalized Search, which allows users to create a profile of their interests to influence search results. But Semel called Yahoo's new search function "vastly more precise."

"As the amount of information on the web increases, individuals want a search engine to provide them with results that are personally meaningful," Semel said. "Enter the Yahoo Soul Search—a powerful new tool that reveals what's deep inside your heart, using the user-friendly interface already familiar to Yahoo fans."

In the past, a soul search was a labor-intensive and time-consuming process, Semel said.

"A soul search often required backpacking trips across Europe, disastrous long-term relationships with incompatible lovers, and years of expensive therapy," Semel said. "Worse, the search process often included depression, lowered self-worth, and intense doubt."

Semel called the old way of seeking clarity "a logistical nightmare."

"Each question you asked yourself seemed to have a thousand possible answers," Semel said. "That's why we designed a way to order returns by relevance and separate them into categories like 'religion' and 'sexuality.' After using the Yahoo soul-search engine, conducting the self-examination process without a computer will seem as ridiculous as doing accounting in old-fashioned ledger books."


A page generated by Yahoo's new soul-search engine.

The new search function is even customizable. Users can set their search to plumb their souls at varying depths, to make shallow discoveries or life-changing ones. They can also adjust their security preferences to protect themselves from the dangers of baring their naked souls to the world, and parental controls can be enabled in order to prevent children from looking inside themselves.

The new service is also hot-linked to the pre-existing Yahoo network—instantly leading the soul-searcher to pertinent information on HotJobs, Yahoo! Shopping, and Yahoo! Travel—making it possible for users to reconfigure their entire lives with one easy soul search.

Although soul searching online personal ads is not presently an option, Yahoo is developing a search engine which will allow its estimated 300 million users to find their one true soulmate.

Semel admits that the soul, while eminently searchable, is far from easy to navigate. There are still dangers in the form of self-deception, the soul-to-soul transmittable "D-spair" virus, and the numerous pop-up ads offering quick-fix solutions to the user's problems.

"There are bound to be some bugs, but we're not too worried," Semel said. "We at Yahoo have a lot of experience in helping people navigate an environment full of falsehoods, random useless information, and truly horrifying pornography. I don't think the human soul will hold any real surprises for us."

Early reviews from consumers have been overwhelmingly positive.

"I was skeptical, I'll admit," said former Boston-area investment banker Royce Creighton. "But after two minutes on Yahoo Soul Search, I found that being born into a family of bankers didn't mean I had to be a banker. Half an hour of advanced soul-searching helped me find a buyer for my house, an alpaca farm for sale in Wyoming, and a highly recommended acupuncturist in Cheyenne. I've never been happier... and I found all this inside myself through Yahoo!"
AugieK

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Posted: Apr 10, 2008 - 7:09am

maryte wrote:



I read this as "Is there no whore among RPeeps"?
There's no call for beating on manbird like that. He's a human being, with real feelings and sh*t.
MsJudi

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Location: Houston, TX
Gender: Female


Posted: Apr 10, 2008 - 7:01am

typecast wrote:


Maaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwmmmmmmm (this is my whiney voice, please to listen closely... *clears throat and continues*) typecast is making scary hand puppet things, make him staaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwp.

YES I wasted my once a day on that, and?
meower

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Gender: Female


Posted: Apr 10, 2008 - 6:57am

We shall all be free, we shall all be free,
We shall all be free some day
Oh, deep in my heart, I do believe we shall overcome some day

typecast

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Gender: Male


Posted: Apr 10, 2008 - 6:51am


bokey

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Posted: Apr 9, 2008 - 3:02pm

Isabeau wrote:

. . . 'cept when it needs a bailout.


Well I would consider doing some pro bono work for the economically challenged
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