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Old 12-14-2005, 09:57 AM   #15
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ok here's my grievance

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Carol,

You have the pole, please voice your grievance.
(loved your photos btw)

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Thank you. And now that I have the pole there is a little matter that I want to discuss. The TV remote. My husband is a CBP, yup, it's true, a continual button pusher. Round and round she goes at dizzying speeds. When he does pause long enough for me to become interested --ZAP-- I never hear the end of the sentence. Now I have heard tell that this is a gender thing to retain control of the remote. I have also heard that a man is born with two hands, one for the remote and the other--let's say I forgot that "part." I gotta tell you, I got a problem with you people!
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Old 12-14-2005, 10:03 AM   #16
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Carol,

You have the pole and your grievance is noted.

You can do what my spouse does. She goes through the TV schedule in the afternoon and sets the DVR to record HER programs. Then I can't channel surf because the programs are locked in. And that's MY grievance.

BTW, I think your husband is completely normal. He's multi-tasking. Who says you can't watch three programs at once? Just catch the high points.
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Old 12-14-2005, 10:09 AM   #17
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No, but I do have forearms like Popeye the Sailor...The neighbors come over to have me open their pickle jars.
Popeye,

Without picture I guess we will need to take your word on it.
Does anyone else have a feat of strength?
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Old 12-14-2005, 11:38 AM   #18
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feat of strength

Does anyone else have a feat of strength?


Our budget was even less than yours this year so we had to skip the modern semi precious metal pole and go with the old fashioned real route. Picture of hubby and the family the day we excitedly went out to chop down and bring home our festivous pole.
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Old 12-14-2005, 01:09 PM   #19
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Oh.

I thought that was a German Shepard teaching a human to fetch a stick.

Very good feat!

Who's next?
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Once again, it is time to bid you all a most agonizing Festivus, and if someone would like to post a grievance, now is the time.

You may have the pole.
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Old 12-20-2008, 07:02 PM   #21
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Smile Well its not a really big grievance

Its not something a girl could scream at a lousy goalie (sieve sieve its all your fault its all your fault) or a ref (skate much bubba?), but...I am deeply concerned that the forum doesn't have a hockey subforum, I know at least Tim (doorgunner), Mike (streamer23), and Shari (InsideOut) would be there too.

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Old 12-20-2008, 08:13 PM   #23
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Well I have a grievance, my low fat diet is working. My fat gets lower every day.

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Its not something a girl could scream at a lousy goalie (sieve sieve its all your fault its all your fault) or a ref (skate much bubba?), but...I am deeply concerned that the forum doesn't have a hockey subforum, I know at least Tim (doorgunner), Mike (streamer23), and Shari (InsideOut) would be there too.
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As bad as we are this year, somehow we mustered up enough oomph to beat you in your own barn!

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Festivus - The holiday for the rest of us!

Thanks Mark... Happy Festivus!

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It's Festivus eve and I can hardly wait. I've already collected the food for my Feast of Festivus: frozen Stouffer's meatloaf and Stouffer's macaroni and cheese casserole with a Pepperidge Farms cake and M&Ms to sprinkle on the top for dessert.

I found an extendable aluminum boathook that I've polished up and it will make a really fine Festivus pole. I'm putting batteries inside of it and some LED tailights on the top to complete the season's ambiance.

Happy Festivus y'all.
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Huh?

Clueless here.
Have I been living in a cave?
Is this an Airstream thing I don't know about?

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