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Old 06-15-2009, 07:06 AM   #16
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I've found Ghostwriter episodes on youtube!

I have vague memories of seeing the first episode in school when I was about nine years old. We only ever saw the first episode but I remember really enjoying it and wanting to see more. So it's nice to finally watch more in the series.

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We're having the biggest laugh over the classic, Married with Children, episode, a two-parter. It's the one where Al blows out electricity of the entire neighborhood, during a heatwave. His family then camps out in the grocery store. Funny beyond words.
OMG, I loved it! I laughed so hard.
 
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I'm happy to see The Facts Of Life board getting more action. As moderator, I have been trying really hard to get more people to post more often. I'm glad that it is working.
 
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I feel good because I have a new computer chair. It's not actually new, per se, but it's new to me. I bought this chair last year at Office Max. It was a closeout. I think we paid $89 for it, but it had a price tag of over $200. Hubby put it together, but it bugged me because the seat was too big. Not sideways, the other way. I put it in the other room.

I took it out Sunday, and we tied a thick seat cushion to pad my back. It has a very high back, which is why I bought it in the first place - for neck support. I have this black neck rest that is so cushiony, black, shaped like a horseshoe. It's good to take to the movies, etc. My husband managed to put it on my chair. So now, I've got the most comfortable chair ever. I sent away for a special seat cushion. The idea is to have the most comfortable, cushioned chair, ever. Thanks to whoever read it this far. Sorry so long.
 
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I feel good because I have a new computer chair. It's not actually new, per se, but it's new to me. I bought this chair last year at Office Max. It was a closeout. I think we paid $89 for it, but it had a price tag of over $200. Hubby put it together, but it bugged me because the seat was too big. Not sideways, the other way. I put it in the other room.

I took it out Sunday, and we tied a thick seat cushion to pad my back. It has a very high back, which is why I bought it in the first place - for neck support. I have this black neck rest that is so cushiony, black, shaped like a horseshoe. It's good to take to the movies, etc. My husband managed to put it on my chair. So now, I've got the most comfortable chair ever. I sent away for a special seat cushion. The idea is to have the most comfortable, cushioned chair, ever. Thanks to whoever read it this far. Sorry so long.


LOL - I'm picturing you dressed as Captain Kirk in your captain's chair all set up at your "control panel"!! Good stuff - you'll find it makes a huge difference. I've got an Obus form thingy on my chair which helps me a lot.

This reminds me - a couple of weeks ago I tried out one of those full body massage chairs for the home (costs like $2300) but man would it be worth it. I fell in love with it right there in the showroom. I think I'll send it a Valentine's....
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I feel good because I have a new computer chair. It's not actually new, per se, but it's new to me. I bought this chair last year at Office Max. It was a closeout. I think we paid $89 for it, but it had a price tag of over $200. Hubby put it together, but it bugged me because the seat was too big. Not sideways, the other way. I put it in the other room.

I took it out Sunday, and we tied a thick seat cushion to pad my back. It has a very high back, which is why I bought it in the first place - for neck support. I have this black neck rest that is so cushiony, black, shaped like a horseshoe. It's good to take to the movies, etc. My husband managed to put it on my chair. So now, I've got the most comfortable chair ever. I sent away for a special seat cushion. The idea is to have the most comfortable, cushioned chair, ever. Thanks to whoever read it this far. Sorry so long.

That sounds like a nice chair Janice. That's great that it's comfortable.
 
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I feel good because I have a new computer chair. It's not actually new, per se, but it's new to me. I bought this chair last year at Office Max. It was a closeout. I think we paid $89 for it, but it had a price tag of over $200. Hubby put it together, but it bugged me because the seat was too big. Not sideways, the other way. I put it in the other room.

I took it out Sunday, and we tied a thick seat cushion to pad my back. It has a very high back, which is why I bought it in the first place - for neck support. I have this black neck rest that is so cushiony, black, shaped like a horseshoe. It's good to take to the movies, etc. My husband managed to put it on my chair. So now, I've got the most comfortable chair ever. I sent away for a special seat cushion. The idea is to have the most comfortable, cushioned chair, ever. Thanks to whoever read it this far. Sorry so long.
That sounds like a great chair Janice. I hope it helps you feel more comfortable.
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That sounds like a great chair Janice. I hope it helps you feel more comfortable.
Thanks Sonny, and Cat, you're too funny!
 
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Seeing this, made me, VERY, VERY...HAPPY!!!

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Old 06-17-2009, 04:19 AM   #27
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I found this illustration in a magazine, and I just fell in love with it. It was in a doctor's office, and yes my husband swiped it for me, lol. Actually, I took the out page and he's bringing the mag back at another appointment on Thursday. The magazine is called, Scientific American, and it costs $6.95. This illustration was for an article on DNA. Turns out the artist is well-know, Jon Krause. I had the perfect size, dark wood frame with matting, and it really looks fantastic. It won't be my avatar forever, so here's the picture. The colors are more vivid in the picture I framed.
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That's a cool picture, Janice! Love it! Makes for an awesome avatar!
 
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That's a cool picture, Janice! Love it! Makes for an awesome avatar!
Thanks Andrea. It's an 8x10 picture, and this may sound odd, but I'm hanging it in my kitchen. I have the perfect spot for it. It would actually make a nice gift for someone with a new baby, in the baby's room. I know someone who recently had a baby, but I just can't part with it, lol. I guess it would be appropriate for a library too.
 
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That's a cool picture. The drawing looks realistic as if it could be an actual picturet hat someone photographed.
 
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