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eleanorigby wrote:
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I would have thouht that the nurse had a public duty to report it
wouldn't you Grace, it just doesn't make sense. Whether we believe
he is innocent of these allegations or not, people are certainly
jumping on the bandwagon....
Anyway....had my little practice with the pud, and moving on later
to making a Rhubarb and Ginger Brulee.....very posh! haha
Beautiful here too, home today but off out first thing tomorrow.
A pleasant weekend to you Grace....
I hope you keep us informed about your experiences and variety of them with your new microwave with all it's capabilties!

Indeed, energy usage savings should result.

My microwave is large in dimensions, one of the items doled to me when divorced. It was a wedding present from father-in-saw from the long-defunct Montgomery Ward department store. Subsequently I purchased a toaster oven.

With the girls in visitation residence, or for company, I oft used the regular oven. For just me, the smaller appliances are the ticket.

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No inspections here in Ohio...
What branch of service?
I am retired USAF.
USAF for 4 years to the day. My then-wife worked on the base as well. My eldest daughter was an infant. I declined "early-out" to obtain Ssgt. rank where we could have govt. reimbursement for our move back to Indiana.

"Off we go into the wild blue yonder ... "

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Good afternoon El! Almost tea time there?
The whole group has a personality that I have never seen exhibited by famous people! They will sit and chat after a performance with a q&a that is fantastic!!
Rhiannon actually graduated from a university here in Ohio. Her major, obviously music, with an opera background.
Don't some of them have music education at Juillard too? Or, am I remembering incorrectly?

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<quoted text>Good morning El. He watch the vice presidents debate last night. Bidden was so very rude with his laughing and mugging and constant interruptions. Great TV though ; )
Biden couldn't quite suppress that facet - interruptions and some laughing -- of his personality.

Much better debate with both participants being engaged to the issues and points and presentation.

And very importantly: Martha Raddatz did an outstanding stint as moderator.

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Good Morning Lady Eleanor..
I hope that your day is going well and that you are feeling great... Just wanted to stop in for a second... nothing much is happening in my neck of the woods..
The skies are overcast and our high temps are supposed to be mid to upper 60's... If the clouds would clear out it would be a perfect autumn day...
I hope that you have fair skies and I hope that no matter what you do today you will have fun... Sending you all my best wishes for Peace, Love, Health and Happiness...
((Love-n-Hugs))
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Hello there Boomer, Good Morning to you.
Meant to mention earlier, one of the female
singers in the 'Chocolate' group you mentioned,
has the name of a Welsh princess.....Rhiannon.
I was invited to choose my grandaughter's name
when she was born, and chose that as it is my
favourite. Sadly, her parent's invited me to
choose another which I did.
Rhiannon is such a lovely name.

maybe the parents had heard the Fleetwood Mac tune too many times on the radio airwaves?

Some US radio stations have had and still have a penchant for over-playing songs to the point of .... ugh, not again.

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Sending those same wishes for Peace, Love, Health and Happiness to all the Good Folks who gather in El's Kitchen...
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Sending those same wishes for Peace, Love, Health and Happiness to all the Good Folks who gather in El's Kitchen...
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in kind to you!

In that vein, must be off for a lunch date with my youngest.

TTFN, toodle-loo, etc.

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<quoted text>Don't some of them have music education at Juillard too? Or, am I remembering incorrectly?
Yes they do! A very talented group!

BTW, were you at McGuire AFB and what years were you there?

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<quoted text>Rhiannon is such a lovely name.

maybe the parents had heard the Fleetwood Mac tune too many times on the radio airwaves?

Some US radio stations have had and still have a penchant for over-playing songs to the point of .... ugh, not again.
No doubt commercial radio has a playlist of maybe 60 songs they play during the week. That was part of the downfall of all "Smooth Jazz" formats. Those folks never strayed into bebop, fusion, or the atonal movements.

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Yes they do! A very talented group!
BTW, were you at McGuire AFB and what years were you there?
woooweee... Mexican lunch fare and I'm still stuffed, nearly 2 hours from the end of it. Flautas charras of shredded beef that seems portioned for lunch time, rather than dinner time. But still, with the lettuce, tomato slice, sour cream, guacamole, fried rice, and re-fried beans ....

For others reading, that 4 years was my active-duty service obligation. Prior to my enlistment, and after the active duty term, was my reserve portion of my 6 year obligation according to the rules then. I enlisted to dodge the draft -- already being married (but not yet a parent).

Boomer ... yes, my only permanent duty assignment was at McGuire AFB. Never volunteered for any TDY (temporary tours) assignments, and wasn't chosen for any. My time there was from the autumn of '69 to May 1, 1973. About 4 or 5 weeks at the end of my duty, I lived in barracks as my wife, child, and "stuff" were back in Indiana. Other than when I first arrived there, my wife and I lived in an apartment complex off-base. Our POWs in Vietnam were released and came home in the last month of my active duty.

And you?

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No doubt commercial radio has a playlist of maybe 60 songs they play during the week. That was part of the downfall of all "Smooth Jazz" formats. Those folks never strayed into bebop, fusion, or the atonal movements.
OH, before the 'suits' caused the change to segmented FM radio formats, like they had done so before with early AM radio to "top 40" and "subdued" the pioneer DJs......

so very good memories of FM radio listening pleasure with the "free-form" WMMR out of Philly back in the day. Also, at least during hours I was listening, the few commercials were done in almost a whisper.

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There was a very good documentary I saw in recent months on PBS about rock radio; from early AM rock&roll days to the present including the satellite radio stations that bring back the flavor of the olden days.

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Hello Lady El...love the smell of pineapple upside down cake. Dear Deer Whisperer...we have that Kevin Bacon thing there, I sooooo miss WMMR...too bad it doesn't reach to Tennessee. Listened to them for many years.
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OH, before the 'suits' caused the change to segmented FM radio formats, like they had done so before with early AM radio to "top 40" and "subdued" the pioneer DJs......
so very good memories of FM radio listening pleasure with the "free-form" WMMR out of Philly back in the day. Also, at least during hours I was listening, the few commercials were done in almost a whisper.

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<quoted text>woooweee... Mexican lunch fare and I'm still stuffed, nearly 2 hours from the end of it. Flautas charras of shredded beef that seems portioned for lunch time, rather than dinner time. But still, with the lettuce, tomato slice, sour cream, guacamole, fried rice, and re-fried beans ....

For others reading, that 4 years was my active-duty service obligation. Prior to my enlistment, and after the active duty term, was my reserve portion of my 6 year obligation according to the rules then. I enlisted to dodge the draft -- already being married (but not yet a parent).

Boomer ... yes, my only permanent duty assignment was at McGuire AFB. Never volunteered for any TDY (temporary tours) assignments, and wasn't chosen for any. My time there was from the autumn of '69 to May 1, 1973. About 4 or 5 weeks at the end of my duty, I lived in barracks as my wife, child, and "stuff" were back in Indiana. Other than when I first arrived there, my wife and I lived in an apartment complex off-base. Our POWs in Vietnam were released and came home in the last month of my active duty.

And you?
1973 thru 1996. Griffiss AFB, NY; Robins AFB, Ga ; Kadena AB, Japan. That was my active years. The rest at Rickenbacker ANGB, OH as an active duty guard person. 80 days in Southeast Asia flying missions in Cambodia and Laos in 1974. The rest I think you know! We could chat a long time over some adult beverages.

Thank you for sharing.

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1973 thru 1996. Griffiss AFB, NY; Robins AFB, Ga ; Kadena AB, Japan. That was my active years. The rest at Rickenbacker ANGB, OH as an active duty guard person. 80 days in Southeast Asia flying missions in Cambodia and Laos in 1974. The rest I think you know! We could chat a long time over some adult beverages.
Thank you for sharing.
Cool! and t/y too. Due to a memory fail, the timeline would be amended to sometime in early Spring '70 for being ordered to McGuire. I forgot how long my "A.I.T" training was.

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Hello Lady El...love the smell of pineapple upside down cake. Dear Deer Whisperer...we have that Kevin Bacon thing there, I sooooo miss WMMR...too bad it doesn't reach to Tennessee. Listened to them for many years.<quoted text>
Yeah, WMMR has a strong signal but not that strong! Glad you enjoyed it -- whichever format and era.

I don't follow about Kevin Bacon. ribbit!

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<quoted text>Good morning El. He watch the vice presidents debate last night. Bidden was so very rude with his laughing and mugging and constant interruptions. Great TV though ; )
Thought they both did quite a bit of actually. In the first one Obama was reserved and while Romney was more forceful, they both seemed to take the debate far more seriously than Biden & Ryan - they were both smirking and chuckling and interrupting each other -- I found it rather rude.

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<quoted text>No Quinny, I'm not familiar with Toni Childs.
Give her a try. Rarely do I really like the whole album.

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<quoted text>I must amend the last a bit.

In more recent years, more and more states have laws that address the domestic violence issues, and the communities police must get involved with a mandatory arrest of one party or the other, or both.
Be that as it may, the republicans are stalling the renewal of the landmark Violence Against Women Act. Apparently LGBT, immigrant women, and tribal victims are not worthy of protection.

http://www.peoplesworld.org/gop-stalls-violen...

Only a republican!!! Misogynistic hypocrites.

Abortion is only OK when it's the republican's mistress who is pregnant.....then it's an acceptable form of birth control.

http://m.washingtonpost.com/politics/federal_...

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