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Posted: Aug 12, 2008 - 10:32pm

 zipper wrote:


Only Cackalackians are allowed to call it Cackalacky.  ;)
Scary broad. 

 

Tell 'em Doll! {#Wink}
Don't mess with them if you know what's good for ya.

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Posted: Aug 12, 2008 - 10:28pm

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It's impossible to summarize this story well, but if I said it's about a North Cackalacky woman who moved to Wyoming and was crowned Miss Wyoming (World) then kidnapped a Mormon missionary in London, skipped bail, changed her name, and was last seen in Korea picking up the product of the world's first commercial dog cloning, a clone of her pit bull, Booger, well would that be enough?


Only Cackalackians are allowed to call it Cackalacky.  ;)
Scary broad. 


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Posted: Aug 12, 2008 - 10:28pm

Which one's the clone?

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Posted: Aug 12, 2008 - 10:26pm

buzz wrote:
its not often that you see cackalacky, mormon and booger in the same paragraph.


Not where you live, maybe.

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Posted: Aug 12, 2008 - 10:12pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
It's impossible to summarize this story well, but if I said it's about a North Cackalacky woman who moved to Wyoming and was crowned Miss Wyoming (World) then kidnapped a Mormon missionary in London, skipped bail, changed her name, and was last seen in Korea picking up the product of the world's first commercial dog cloning, a clone of her pit bull, Booger, well would that be enough?
 






its not often that you see cackalacky, mormon and booger in the same paragraph.


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Posted: Aug 12, 2008 - 9:55pm

ScottFromWyoming wrote:
It's impossible to summarize this story well, but if I said it's about a North Cackalacky woman who moved to Wyoming and was crowned Miss Wyoming (World) then kidnapped a Mormon missionary in London, skipped bail, changed her name, and was last seen in Korea picking up the product of the world's first commercial dog cloning, a clone of her pit bull, Booger, well would that be enough?





Wait. How could she overpower a 300 lbs. male? Oh, the humanity. Why can't we all just forget? (said she)


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Posted: Aug 12, 2008 - 9:52pm

It's impossible to summarize this story well, but if I said it's about a North Cackalacky woman who moved to Wyoming and was crowned Miss Wyoming (World) then kidnapped a Mormon missionary in London, skipped bail, changed her name, and was last seen in Korea picking up the product of the world's first commercial dog cloning, a clone of her pit bull, Booger, well would that be enough?

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Posted: Jul 29, 2008 - 8:29am

 betterdaze wrote:

Hi, HC! The long run will be great. It's just the initial easing into it that's scary. {#Eek} This whole job application thing is nuts.

I hope you're well, too. {#Hug}


 

That's always the frustrating part, but now that you've got a "test run" interview under your belt, you'll get in the groove and will have a line of employers wanting your exceptional talents! 
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Posted: Jul 29, 2008 - 8:12am

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Hi Anna!!!

Hope things are going well for you!

Hug



Hi, HC! The long run will be great. It's just the initial easing into it that's scary. {#Eek} This whole job application thing is nuts.

I hope you're well, too. {#Hug}


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Posted: Jul 29, 2008 - 7:40am

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{#Daisy}


 
Hi Anna!!!

Hope things are going well for you!

Hug

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Posted: Jul 29, 2008 - 7:30am

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Banana!



{#Daisy}
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Posted: Jul 29, 2008 - 7:29am

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Oh, that's a possibility, as is Alaska.. I'm just speaking from a statistical standpoint... 80% of my options are in WY and MT. Who knows where the wheel will land?....


I like those odds!

And tell Appy I made some apricot jam a couple of weeks ago, flavored with some apricot brandy, using apricots from the Grand Junction, CO, area. They were very yummy, as were the cherries. Best I've ever had. In fact, the cherries didn't last long enough for jam, but some of them ended up in a frozen custard Kevin made. {#Tongue}
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Posted: Jul 29, 2008 - 1:37am

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Yeah, Taos area is pretty damn cool and has a special place in our hearts as we both worked at Philmont (in Cimarron) at one time.

Northern NM is colder than southeast Alaska in the winter, though, by many degrees— it averages around the 30's in the winter in SE Alaska, and around 10 in Taos. Though you're right about the dark part.


But it is a DRY cold.  Better dry snow and 10 than soaking rain in the 30's.  And does AK have pinyons? Low riders?  Luminarias?  Kit Carson's house (or is that Santa Fe?)?  Nooooo.

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Posted: Jul 29, 2008 - 1:29am

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I just got back from AK. Too cold and dark in the winter. Taos is much better from a light and heat perspective and the snow is drier for skiing. The food is better (sans Salmon), than anywhere else. The triculture-ness cannot be beat. Did I mention the Chimayo Weavers Guild? And let's not forget about the chile. There...glad that is settled.



Yeah, Taos area is pretty damn cool and has a special place in our hearts as we both worked at Philmont (in Cimarron) at one time.

Northern NM is colder than southeast Alaska in the winter, though, by many degrees— it averages around the 30's in the winter in SE Alaska, and around 10 in Taos. Though you're right about the dark part.

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Posted: Jul 29, 2008 - 1:23am

OCDHG wrote:


Oh, that's a possibility, as is Alaska.. I'm just speaking from a statistical standpoint... 80% of my options are in WY and MT. Who knows where the wheel will land?....


I just got back from AK.  Too cold and dark in the winter.  Taos is much better from a light and heat perspective and the snow is drier for skiing.  The food is better (sans Salmon), than anywhere else.  The triculture-ness cannot be beat.  Did I mention the Chimayo Weavers Guild?  And let's not forget about the chile.  There...glad that is settled.

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Posted: Jul 29, 2008 - 1:12am

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Wait! What happened to New Mexico? As in Chimayo, outside of Taos? I need a high-elevation, red chile source!




Oh, that's a possibility, as is Alaska.. I'm just speaking from a statistical standpoint... 80% of my options are in WY and MT.  Who knows where the wheel will land?....

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Posted: Jul 29, 2008 - 1:01am

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You know there's an 80% chance we're moving to WY or MT?... That's just the way (statistically) this might be working out. If we end up in Wyoming, we will strive to be as cool as the current residents. Though I will tell you right now that I won't be making pie or canned goods. Appy is the cook in the family.


Wait!  What happened to New Mexico?  As in Chimayo, outside of Taos?  I need a high-elevation, red chile source!

DownHomeGirl

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Posted: Jul 29, 2008 - 12:40am

You know there's an 80% chance we're moving to WY or MT?... That's just the way (statistically) this might be working out. If we end up in Wyoming, we will strive to be as cool as the current residents. Though I will tell you right now that I won't be making pie or canned goods. Appy is the cook in the family.

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Posted: Jul 29, 2008 - 12:35am

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Five Words You Are Grateful For On The Back Porch With Ian Anderson That Make You Smile About Your Tax Rebate But Please Limit To 510 Pixels While Making Music With 260,000 Posts And One Punctuation Mark; Mullets Always Welcome

Things for which you would sell ManBird's soul

One Partying State - Wyoming News

Good to see you back, Phin! {#Neutral}


Banana!

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Posted: Jul 28, 2008 - 9:44pm

Five Words You Are Grateful For On The Back Porch With Ian Anderson That Make You Smile About Your Tax Rebate But Please Limit To 510 Pixels While Making Music With 260,000 Posts And One Punctuation Mark; Mullets Always Welcome

Things for which you would sell ManBird's soul

One Partying State - Wyoming News

Good to see you back, Phin! {#Neutral}

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