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“bELieve”

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#82586
Mar 20, 2013
 
j_m_w wrote:
Oh wow... you just posted the girls for 3/20 and I haven't been to bed yet.
Woo hoo! Hope you don't have anything important to do this morning :)

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#82587
Mar 20, 2013
 
I just now noticed Tonka's quote above his avatar. Nice!

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#82588
Mar 20, 2013
 
Mister Tonka wrote:
And she'll probably get them bacfk.

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#82589
Mar 20, 2013
 
j_m_w wrote:
Oh wow... you just posted the girls for 3/20 and I haven't been to bed yet.
Speaking for the men... maybe you should post YOUR girls for 3/20!!!

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#82590
Mar 20, 2013
 
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
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And she'll probably get them bacfk.
Will she have to refund teh money if she does?(snark)

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#82591
Mar 20, 2013
 
Jess in NJ wrote:
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Woo hoo! Hope you don't have anything important to do this morning :)
I wish. I slept for an hour and fifteen minutes, on my way to closing session now.

“I Am Mine”

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#82592
Mar 20, 2013
 
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
My boss is out sick two days in a row now -- she's rarely sick. One of the nosey know-it-all partners ALWAYS asks what people have, what kind of illness did they have, etc. He'll grill you when you are back to work from behing home sick. He just came over now and asked what illness does my boss have. She has a bad case of none of your fucking business.
This guy does this to me, too, after I"ve been out sick. DUde, it was cramps or my bowels turned to liquid, either way, MYOB.
Geez, just yesterday, I covered the front desk from 8 until 11:30 b/c our receptionist was out with an appointment.
Partner: "Oh, is S out sick?"
Me: No, she just won't be in until 11:30.
Partner: What's she doing?
Me: I don't know.(all of this said with a very flat, don't know, don't care, go away tone)
Partner: Well I hope she's feeling okay.
Whatever. I know then when he stopped by her desk he was all in her business with whatever she had going on in the morning. This guy doesn't let up. And b/c his son and DIL are doctors, he thinks he knows as much as a doctor does and will actually give medical advice.
Although *I* don't care to know what kind of sickness people have when they stay home sick, I really don't see a problem. Anytime I don't come in, I get asked about it. I have no problem telling them. I don't feel violated in any way. And if there is something I don't wish to share, I have no problem lying or being vague.

“A Programmer is not in IT!”

Since: Feb 09

Neda, stay with me!

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#82593
Mar 20, 2013
 
I think red is talking more about the fact the the qwuestion are more an interrogation than friendly concern.
Mister Tonka wrote:
<quoted text>Although *I* don't care to know what kind of sickness people have when they stay home sick, I really don't see a problem. Anytime I don't come in, I get asked about it. I have no problem telling them. I don't feel violated in any way. And if there is something I don't wish to share, I have no problem lying or being vague.

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“Equality”

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#82594
Mar 20, 2013
 
Mister Tonka wrote:
No words. I would say disgusting but that's inadequate. Nothing bad I could say about that mother would adequately describe what I think of her.

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#82596
Mar 20, 2013
 
RACE wrote:
I think red is talking more about the fact the the qwuestion are more an interrogation than friendly concern.
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It actually IS "friendly concern." But he's pushy about it and he is relentless. shut up and retire already, dude! Is what I want to say to him.

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#82597
Mar 20, 2013
 
And really -- WHO CARES if the receptionist is out sick? Is it so important to know the "why"? It's really none of his bees wax.

“A Programmer is not in IT!”

Since: Feb 09

Neda, stay with me!

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#82598
Mar 20, 2013
 
I equate pushy and relentless to = interrogation.
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It actually IS "friendly concern." But he's pushy about it and he is relentless. shut up and retire already, dude! Is what I want to say to him.

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#82599
Mar 20, 2013
 
RACE wrote:
I equate pushy and relentless to = interrogation.
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THat's fair. He's NICE about it, but pushy.

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#82600
Mar 20, 2013
 
Friend getting married has dropped 10 pounds in two weeks by cutting out bread and pasta. I asked her what she's been eating. She sent me their week's worth of meals (she plans them in advance, otherwise she knows she'll fall back on bread and pasta). Believe me, they are eating PLENTY and they are eating yummy stuff.

THen she sent me this article she got from her trainer re: why grains aren't the best way to get nutrition. Interesting stuff to read, for those who care:

http://www.marksdailyapple.com/why-grains-are...

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Mar 20, 2013
 

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RedheadwGlasses wrote:
Friend getting married has dropped 10 pounds in two weeks by cutting out bread and pasta. I asked her what she's been eating. She sent me their week's worth of meals (she plans them in advance, otherwise she knows she'll fall back on bread and pasta). Believe me, they are eating PLENTY and they are eating yummy stuff.
THen she sent me this article she got from her trainer re: why grains aren't the best way to get nutrition. Interesting stuff to read, for those who care:
http://www.marksdailyapple.com/why-grains-are...
That fits in with thetheory of the one I am on.

Lunch today:leftover Christmas turkey defrosted and cooked in crock pot with chicken broth, some older little baby carrotsfrom the back of the vegetable drawer in the fridge, cut up onion and a box of fresh mushrooms and spices plus one half baked sweet potato on the side. Very filling. Texture like pulled pork. Todays spice was curry powder. Yesterday's was black pepper, garlic powder and some lemon with some white and brown rice.

“FD&S is no way to be.”

Since: Feb 13

Knoxville, TN

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#82602
Mar 20, 2013
 
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
Friend getting married has dropped 10 pounds in two weeks by cutting out bread and pasta. I asked her what she's been eating. She sent me their week's worth of meals (she plans them in advance, otherwise she knows she'll fall back on bread and pasta). Believe me, they are eating PLENTY and they are eating yummy stuff.
THen she sent me this article she got from her trainer re: why grains aren't the best way to get nutrition. Interesting stuff to read, for those who care:
http://www.marksdailyapple.com/why-grains-are...
Any chance you can share that list? I am just curious about what different people do to try to satisfy themselves when they are dieting.

“What's it to ya?”

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#82603
Mar 20, 2013
 
Well...she's on her way. Train's running on time, so far, so at least that's a positive.

In other news, my niece *might* get fired today (she'll) know at 3, and she's freaking the hell out. Plus, I think I mentioned she and my sister don't get along, so I recently heard "great she's getting here on a day I get fired, right before my birthday."

Ummm it's actually my sister's birthday too (they share a day) so there's that, plus S.T.F.U. you DO have a bad attitude and a smart mouth that you can't be using all the time at work...freaking DUH. I kinda hope they do fire her then she (and her kid) can go back to Oklahoma.

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Mar 20, 2013
 

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Sam here you go:

Saturday, March 16
Breakfast – crepes (3 eggs, 2 packets stevia, 1 tsp vanilla) top with cinnamon and sugar free syrup
Lunch – tuna on cucumber rounds (cucumber, tuna, mayo, dill pickle)
Dinner – shredded chicken lettuce wraps (lettuce, chicken, cheese, salsa, taco seasoning)

Sunday, March 17
Breakfast – eggs and sausage and cheese
Lunch – chicken with mushroom and onion and cream sauce and salad
Dinner – cauliflower pizza (cauliflower, mozz, egg, garlic, olive oil, pepperoni, green pepper, topping cheese)

Monday, March 18
Breakfast – apple and eggs
Lunch – chicken with mushroom and onion and cream sauce and salad
Dinner – zucchini lasagna (zucchini, meat sauce, onion, ricotta, mozz)

Tuesday, March 19
Breakfast – eggs and sausage and cheese
Lunch - zucchini lasagna (zucchini, meat sauce, onion, ricotta, mozz)
Lunch –Dinner – stuffed peppers (bell pepper, olive oil, onion, garlic, tomato, meat, cheese)

Wednesday, March 20
Breakfast – apple and eggs
Lunch – leftover lasagna
Dinner – hamburgers and broccoli salad

Thursday, March 21
Breakfast – crepes (3 eggs, 2 packets stevia, 1 tsp vanilla) top with cinnamon and sugar free syrup
Lunch – salad with meat, cheese, ranch
Dinner – blt lettuce wraps

Friday , March 22
Breakfast – eggs and sausage and cheese
Lunch – blt lettuce wraps
Dinner – cauliflower pizza (cauliflower, mozz, egg, garlic, olive oil, pepperoni, green pepper, topping cheese)

("cauliflower" pizza = pizza with a crust made with cauliflower (and other stuff) and she said it's damned good.)

“Fort Kickass”

Since: Sep 09

Bloomington, IL

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#82605
Mar 20, 2013
 
I already feel better on day 3 of low carbs. It's after lunch and I don't feel like napping or shotgunning a Monster drink, even though I didn't sleep great last night. I'm also not super hungry. I had bacon and eggs for breakfast, two string cheeses mid-morning, and a turkey sandwich on one of those low-cal flat rolls.

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#82606
Mar 20, 2013
 
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
Friend getting married has dropped 10 pounds in two weeks by cutting out bread and pasta. I asked her what she's been eating. She sent me their week's worth of meals (she plans them in advance, otherwise she knows she'll fall back on bread and pasta). Believe me, they are eating PLENTY and they are eating yummy stuff.
THen she sent me this article she got from her trainer re: why grains aren't the best way to get nutrition. Interesting stuff to read, for those who care:
http://www.marksdailyapple.com/why-grains-are...
I'm not even going to the link. I know that bread and pasta is not good. I could not give them up. No willpower whatsoever.

I should though.

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