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JrzyTmata

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Posted: Dec 13, 2017 - 10:32am

 miamizsun wrote:



 
i think we are close enough to throw this out there...again

 
THERE IT IS! It now feels like Christmas
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Posted: Dec 13, 2017 - 10:30am




 
i think we are close enough to throw this out there...again


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Posted: Dec 4, 2017 - 5:47am

 miamizsun wrote:
it's the holidays

where's the love, the forgiveness and the ceremonial fruit cack?
 
shameless bump

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Posted: Jun 21, 2017 - 10:18am

hate
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Dec 21, 2016 - 10:30am

Especially around Halloween, but whenever I'm walking thru the store and see the little mini-candy bars etc., the back of my brain always mutters "Gaint dag of candys."
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Posted: Dec 21, 2016 - 10:29am

 miamizsun wrote:

{#Kiss}

 

lily34

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Posted: Dec 21, 2016 - 10:27am

 miamizsun wrote:


{#Lol}

 
awwww
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Posted: Dec 21, 2016 - 10:16am

 JrzyTmata wrote:

no one is getting anything until I see Winter's Big Boy Christmas List.

 

{#Lol}


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Posted: Dec 21, 2016 - 10:16am

 lily34 wrote:

i gotcher fruit cack right here, mister!

 
{#Kiss}
JrzyTmata

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Posted: Dec 21, 2016 - 10:10am

 miamizsun wrote:
it's the holidays

where's the love, the forgiveness and the ceremonial fruit cack?
 
no one is getting anything until I see Winter's Big Boy Christmas List.
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Posted: Dec 21, 2016 - 10:07am

 miamizsun wrote:
it's the holidays

where's the love, the forgiveness and the ceremonial fruit cack?
 
i gotcher fruit cack right here, mister!
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Posted: Dec 21, 2016 - 10:03am

it's the holidays

where's the love, the forgiveness and the ceremonial fruit cack?

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Posted: Jul 8, 2016 - 2:35pm

 meower wrote:

I woke up this morning looking for someone to blame. Someone to hate. Someone who I could make the single target of my fear about the officers killed in Dallas and what happened to Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. It was such a desperate feeling to want to discharge the uncertainty and scarcity. Then it dawned on me that this is the exact drive that fueled what's happening right now.

Instead of feeling hurt we act out our hurt. Rather than acknowledging our pain, we inflict it on others. Neither hate nor blame will lead to the justice and peace that we all want - it will only move us further apart. But we can't forget that hate and blame are seductive. Anger is easier than grief. Blame is easier than real accountability. When we choose instant relief in the form of rage, we're in many ways choosing permanent grief for the world.

Brene Brown

 

This is pretty close to how I'm feeling. Exactly how I woke up feeling today. Ive been crying all morning and couldn't really put my finger on why. I think I've been so angry lately about all the hate and it was fueling my own hatred of people who think differently from me and who I blame for the current state of affairs. The truth is, under that hate was/is incredible sadness. My hate broke this morning, when I heard about all of the police who continued to do their jobs as shots were being fired at them. The sadness and hopelessness and helplessness was all that was left.

 

 



 
 

Thank you for this, Meowie.

 

This "History Repeating" song sure has a lot of impact today.


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Posted: Jul 8, 2016 - 8:03am

I woke up this morning looking for someone to blame. Someone to hate. Someone who I could make the single target of my fear about the officers killed in Dallas and what happened to Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. It was such a desperate feeling to want to discharge the uncertainty and scarcity. Then it dawned on me that this is the exact drive that fueled what's happening right now.

Instead of feeling hurt we act out our hurt. Rather than acknowledging our pain, we inflict it on others. Neither hate nor blame will lead to the justice and peace that we all want - it will only move us further apart. But we can't forget that hate and blame are seductive. Anger is easier than grief. Blame is easier than real accountability. When we choose instant relief in the form of rage, we're in many ways choosing permanent grief for the world.

Brene Brown

 

This is pretty close to how I'm feeling. Exactly how I woke up feeling today. Ive been crying all morning and couldn't really put my finger on why. I think I've been so angry lately about all the hate and it was fueling my own hatred of people who think differently from me and who I blame for the current state of affairs. The truth is, under that hate was/is incredible sadness. My hate broke this morning, when I heard about all of the police who continued to do their jobs as shots were being fired at them. The sadness and hopelessness and helplessness was all that was left.

 

 


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Posted: May 15, 2009 - 10:43am

 edieraye wrote:


Score one for slugabeds
Night owls stay more alert, longer, than people who get up at the crack of dawn, a new study has found. Previous research has shown that people are genetically hard-wired to prefer either going to bed early and getting up at around dawn, or staying up late and waking in mid-morning. When Belgian researchers tested groups of early and late risers at different times of the day, they found no difference in their ability to focus and react 90 minutes after they woke up. By 101/2 hours after a subject woke up (afternoon for the earlies, evening for the owls), late risers performed significantly better. In early risers, the internal drive to go back to sleep-which scientists call "sleep pressure"-builds up more quickly, dulling their response times and, presumably, their productivity as the day wears on. Sleep expert David Dinges tells Science that the study has "real-world consequences." Identifying the early birds and night owls on any given job, he says, can help employers figure out when workers are most productive and most liable to make mistakes and have accidents.
 - from this week's issue of The Week
 
Wow.

Okay, I just got up. No surprise, right?

This explains a lot for me. But I really wish I could get myself to another pattern. I've got the sleeping late part down perfectly. But it would be nice to have a little more "day" in my day.
Edit: Crap. I'm almost late for an appointment.



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Posted: May 15, 2009 - 10:32am

 PoundPuppy wrote:

Just as I've long suspected ......sleeping until noon is GOOD for you. 

 

{#Hug}

I tried using it as justification for my lifestyle choices - don't think A bought it. {#Lol}
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Posted: May 15, 2009 - 10:31am

 edieraye wrote:


Score one for slugabeds
Night owls stay more alert, longer, than people who get up at the crack of dawn, a new study has found. Previous research has shown that people are genetically hard-wired to prefer either going to bed early and getting up at around dawn, or staying up late and waking in mid-morning. When Belgian researchers tested groups of early and late risers at different times of the day, they found no difference in their ability to focus and react 90 minutes after they woke up. By 101/2 hours after a subject woke up (afternoon for the earlies, evening for the owls), late risers performed significantly better. In early risers, the internal drive to go back to sleep-which scientists call "sleep pressure"-builds up more quickly, dulling their response times and, presumably, their productivity as the day wears on. Sleep expert David Dinges tells Science that the study has "real-world consequences." Identifying the early birds and night owls on any given job, he says, can help employers figure out when workers are most productive and most liable to make mistakes and have accidents.
 - from this week's issue of The Week
 
My employer doesn't give a sh*t whether I'm a night owl or an early riser....too bad!!

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Posted: May 15, 2009 - 10:30am

 Welly wrote:


Old family joke. I actually convinced my little sister that meatloaf was monkey brains when she was about 5 years old. She cried and told Mum she didn't want to eat it. I had to apologize and promise her it WAS NOT monkey brains.

 
Well yeah, not the way YOU make it...

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Posted: May 15, 2009 - 10:27am

 edieraye wrote:


Score one for slugabeds
Night owls stay more alert, longer, than people who get up at the crack of dawn, a new study has found. Previous research has shown that people are genetically hard-wired to prefer either going to bed early and getting up at around dawn, or staying up late and waking in mid-morning. When Belgian researchers tested groups of early and late risers at different times of the day, they found no difference in their ability to focus and react 90 minutes after they woke up. By 101/2 hours after a subject woke up (afternoon for the earlies, evening for the owls), late risers performed significantly better. In early risers, the internal drive to go back to sleep-which scientists call "sleep pressure"-builds up more quickly, dulling their response times and, presumably, their productivity as the day wears on. Sleep expert David Dinges tells Science that the study has "real-world consequences." Identifying the early birds and night owls on any given job, he says, can help employers figure out when workers are most productive and most liable to make mistakes and have accidents.
 - from this week's issue of The Week
 
Just as I've long suspected ......sleeping until noon is GOOD for you. 
edieraye

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Posted: May 15, 2009 - 10:03am

 kysmet wrote:
I love staying up late
I hate having to wake up early

 

Score one for slugabeds
Night owls stay more alert, longer, than people who get up at the crack of dawn, a new study has found. Previous research has shown that people are genetically hard-wired to prefer either going to bed early and getting up at around dawn, or staying up late and waking in mid-morning. When Belgian researchers tested groups of early and late risers at different times of the day, they found no difference in their ability to focus and react 90 minutes after they woke up. By 101/2 hours after a subject woke up (afternoon for the earlies, evening for the owls), late risers performed significantly better. In early risers, the internal drive to go back to sleep-which scientists call "sleep pressure"-builds up more quickly, dulling their response times and, presumably, their productivity as the day wears on. Sleep expert David Dinges tells Science that the study has "real-world consequences." Identifying the early birds and night owls on any given job, he says, can help employers figure out when workers are most productive and most liable to make mistakes and have accidents.
 - from this week's issue of The Week

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