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My attempt to display that cartoon went down in flames -- nerd, ha -- click the blue link for a chuckle.
PS Scott -- If you have to pay a real attorney to get you out of your woes, it is money well-spent. You represented by yourself will go down in flames. Keep us posted!!
Did you bond out, or spend the night with the general population? Which pod did you get? There are some interesting cats in there.
This'll teach you about the law. Good luck!!
No thanks, Jeff. Washing dishes is about as involved as I want to get with the restaurant business.
There are similarities between diving and coding: -- I'm on my own schedule, as a rule, and not "two minutes out" from anything. -- At least it's varied, as opposed to cooking, where you're a drone stuck in a spot doing mundane tasks. -- It's a solo gig. -- It's working with machines, which generally don't talk back. -- No sharp knives in either case.
How about a bait and tackle shop, by a remote mountain lake? Listen to The Dreamer. Now back to those pesky spreadsheets...
Yes it does, and thanks Jeff!!
Nice going Brita!! This is EXACTLY why we elected you!! Goverment could use a lot more of you.
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Wow, look what I missed, doing productive work.
I skipped the cesspool!! I see the mudslingers are still busy in their playpen.
This one in particular has a nasty slant. Never a positive comment about anything, all Mark can do is find fault with everything. Having no other apparent life, he has plenty of time to do that. What a pleasant experience life must be, looking at it through jaded glasses 24/7.
I have every reason to believe Mark is my stalker, the one who sniffed out my brother years ago, in an attempt to discredit things I had said, causing some tension within the family.
I have no respect for you whatsoever, Mark. Go ahead and live your bitter bile-stained life, bitch about everything you can -- your petty squawks have no effect on me, except to make me glad I'm not you.
As a TV news photographer, I noticed that neophyte photographers included a lot of camera motion in their work -- zoom, pan, tilt -- motion motion -- flash bang -- while a seasoned photo journalist let the picture do the talking, the composition, as well as the editing sequencing and timing, reserving the special effects for special occasions, and even then only rarely... there's a corollary here...
Oops, dang it, slipped into the quagmire -- now back to the spreadsheets, and this time I mean it...
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