Lonely On a Friday Night--Join Us!


It's that time again. I'm in all evening, so if you stop on and say hi, I'll join you. Come and go as you like, but I'll be here all evening to chit chat.

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  1. It's barely 5pm in AZ... celebrating the weekend early, are we? :D

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  2. Hey, I have to be accommodating to those darned easterners. Besides, I just finished work and walked from the office room in my apartment to the living room. That's my commute.

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  3. Hey HN;
    I'm exciting about The Fog anniversary. Still contemplating what to do.

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  4. Glad to hear your looking forward to it. I've already gotten Pumpkinrot to sign on as part of the event. He said that doing it on the 21st of April was "classy". :D

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  5. This has been a drive-by comment. :)

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  6. I agree! I am dying to know what he has planned next Halloween. I am trying to come up with a costume for next Halloween. Why now? Why not? Well, we're getting into the hot weather here (almost 90 today) and I am thinking a sewing project might be nice during the long days of summer. I am tempted to do the costume from Resident Evil in the episode where she wears the short shorts and the leather straps around her thighs and the trench coat and scarf. Whatever I do, I want it to be kind of tough and kind of sexy but also adventurous. Maybe a steampunk turn of the century safari explorer or something like that...

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  7. Hello Eric;
    Have a great evening!

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  8. I really like the idea of you doing a Steampunk costume. I've already started working on my ghostly pirate captain costume. I'm ordering a proper tricorner hat from a period hat company. No cheap costume shop Jack Sparrow knock-offs for me! Oh, Pumpkinrot announced that it will be some kind of swamp theme this year.

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  9. OH YES!!! I love Pumpkinrot!!! He did a swamp scarecrow in the past and it was my very very favorite. I'm excited about you doing the pirate costume. I want to see it as you're working on it. I started a steampunk costume last year, a ghostly one. I never got all the components together and then I had just moved out and didn't know anyone around the new neighborhood and didn't know if any events. This year I will be ready. The ghostly steampunk costume was all antique white and then I had ideas for how to have chains attaching pins and watches and stuff around on the costume. I wouldn't mind reworking it, but I think this time, I'd do instead of bloomers and lace hose, a Victorian era white gown, white makeup, whiten my hair, the whole thing but add steampunk accessories. It could be ghostly but also kind of edgy.

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  10. I'm planning on using cheesecloth dyed black and twisted together to form "ghost dreadlocks". I've decided not to wear a mask, and just apply ghost paint to my face. Much less hot sweaty. I remember last year I was sweating so much it was dripping out the mouth of my witch mask. Lovely, huh? ;)

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  11. Hey, try and do Halloween in AZ. I think the men dig it, though, because women can wear bunny suits and other wonderfully slutty attire without wearing coats. The sweat factor is a very real one. Unless you can do latex, you're screwed. Ghost makeup--great idea and lots of powder.

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  12. I remember one fellow haunter saying that his sister showed up at his haunt wearing a costume she called "Sponge-Babe": basically a slutty version of that annoying cartoon character. Yeah, I still can't wrap my brain around that image...

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  13. I remember going to a night club where the women were a slutty nurse with her tight short white dress unzipped and a white lace bra and silicone and there were several Playboy bunnies and sexy kittens and it was a flesh fest. They went to give out the awards for best costume and (drum roll) a woman dressed as an ugly zombie won! And, the eager men attending did the voting. Whoa!

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  14. Yeah, HALLOWEEN AIN'T SEXY!!!! I suppose we can blame Madison Avenue for these kinds of costumes at Halloween. Although lately, Spirit Halloween Online has been pushing sexy Easter costume. Yep, EASTER. I can't think of much else that's as equally stupid.

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  15. Pagan speaking, Easter is Ostara in the Pagan world and the eggs are symbols of fertility. Wearing sexy suits for Ostara would make since since that's the breeding/fertility time. Heehee

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  16. Yer right. I mean, If the chickens didn't get laid, where we would the Egg McMuffins be?

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  17. Haha. Yeah, Christians took a lot of the pagan with them when they designed that religion. I am completely stumped for next October and where I want to go with the blog for the fantastic month. I usually start a plan ahead of time so I can slowly through the months squirrel away some tidbits to use, but I feel like I want one theme and just go with it the whole month.

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  18. Cthulhu bunny

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/68625015/cthulhu-easter-bunny-figurine

    my kind of easter

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  19. Perhaps you could do a series on spooky indoor decor? I'll be doing a year long series on little known aspects of the modern Pirate Enthusiasts Sub-Culture (Yes, there is such a thing). Well, gotta sign off. Have a good weekend Autumn!

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  20. Barry,
    That's priceless! hahahaha

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  21. Did I scare HN away?

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  22. Hi there, I am here for a little bit. No "Who Do You Think You Are" on tonight, but there is Beast Hunter and as always our GA boys.

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  23. and Merlin on the syfy channel

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  24. Barry;
    He always drops in early and leaves early. It's very telling that your ego assumes that if someone leaves, it must be you that ignited the exit. Hmm... Lay down on the couch, dear. Let's talk about your childhood. Did the other children play nicely with little Barry?

    Julie;
    I am going to go nuts if I don't see the beast hunter!!!

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  25. Barry, it looks like a combo of an alien, predator and an elephant.

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  26. I think it's an elephant offspring from Chernobyl.

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  27. Sis, it guess you will have to wait until it comes out on DVD.

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  28. I once went to a bar on Halloween with a date and a guy from another table tells me to go ask the girl over there if you can see her costume. So I did, and she said: OH, ALRIGHT...as if she must have been tired of those requests that evening. So she opens up her trench coat and she's wearing body paint from head to toe but nothing else. She closes her coat rather quickly, and I say, "Hey, could I see that again?" She said only one to a customer. Don't think my date liked me saying that, though...LOL

    Whatever your costume is, sure would like to see it!

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  29. Timoteo;
    Since I have long hair, I always wanted to do a skin-colored body suit but then paint on the appropriate details and wear it with my hair down and be Lady Godiva. I suspect I would feel naked all evening even though I was totally covered and I suppose a lot of men would be asking if I'd like to ride their pony (eyes rolling, frustrated sigh)

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  30. The ironic thing is, I'm actually terrified of horses.

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  31. I once got flashed at a Halloween party at a bar. The guy was wearing nothing but a smile....




    a black suit, and a huge fake penis. I had to have a second look, lol.

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  32. Well, I do have a pony tail now, but other than that--not too scary!

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  33. Julie
    I would have asked if I could hold it.

    Timoteo;
    Glad to hear that's all the resemblance you share. You have plans for your weekend or just chilling?

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  34. Sis; after giving me a second look, he took off. Damn, I wanted to touch it. I was feeling frisky and was dressed like a sexy black cat.... meow!

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  35. It's pretty open. Gonna play it by ear. Seems I'm back on the "market" now.

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  36. Julie;
    You are such a sassy gal!

    Timoteo;
    Back on the market. Oh yes, I rejoined the marketplace in September after 31 years of being with the same man since I was 16. Did I mention I'm painfully loyal or is that painfully stupid. Well, I guess I should congratulate you. Most people say "I'm sorry to hear that," but if things aren't working, it's better to look for something more satisfying. We're only as good as the thing we endure because the rewards on the other side are soooo much sweeter in comparison. It's a frame of reference, I guess.

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  37. I think Lady Godiva rode side-sadle ... which inspired the origin of the cheer .... "HOORAY FOR OUR SIDE!"

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  38. God, Barry, that you know that cracks me up! I don't want to be desperate looking at Halloween but then neither do I want to sport a wart on my nose. The happy in between for me is an intelligent sexy costume with a bit of the tomboy tough dominatrix feel to it.

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  39. Only as good as the thing we endure...I like that...puts it in perspective, and something I should keep in mind if I have a moment of weakness and want to go back to that "THING!" LOL

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  40. The Thing...hahahaha. I can't help it, I'm envisioning that monster in that 1950s SciFi movie in the arctic circle. I hope she wasn't like James Arnez or I should REALLY congratulate you on getting out of that situation.

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  41. Not quite as muscular as James Arnaz.

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  42. Hey, good to know. So, you're free of the arctic beast, the whole world is before you. It's probably normal to think it's weird to not have your usual sidekick, but then after a while, you realize you don't have to put the seat back down, you can wear your boxers while you watch TV and you cuss when you stub your toe. Life's not half bad single, huh? Then, you turn around and start looking for someone who is the polar opposite.

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  43. "Watch the skies, everywhere! Keep looking. Keep watching the skies!"

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  44. Barry;
    Damn! Now I'm in the mood for that movie and I'm going to put it on. Hang on a second while I fish it out of my movie collection...

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  45. "No pleasure, no pain... no emotion, no heart. Our superior in every way."

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  46. I have it on VHS and am rewinding it as fast as I can. I'm a monster dork, what can I say? My favorite things on a weekend are watching 50s SciFi and documentaries nonstop.

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  47. Speaking of which, I thought The Adjustment Bureau was a sweet film...paranormal overtones if you consider "angels" in business suits and fedoras to be such.

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  48. I haven't heard of that one and now I'm intrigued. Are you excited about any of the spooky movies coming out like Insidious or Red Riding Hood? I haven't heard much about them beforehand. They sort of came out of the blue, but I'm thrilled. There's be a real drought of anything scary in movies. I'm working on a screenplay for my own sort of horror/scifi. Someone needs to feed the industry what we want because apparently they haven't been dining on horror or else they would be gourmands.

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  49. But as far as the old time stuff goes, I'm still partial to MOTHRA.

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  50. If you watch the Thing jot down for me how many times that woman offers the men coffee.

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  51. Saw the preview for Red Riding Hood. Only like to go to scary movies if I have someone to grab onto!

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  52. Damn! Mothra--good choice! I am so in the moood for one that came from England it was like 10,000 years from earth or something and it involved them digging a subway and finding some kind of bee-hive like alien relics.

    Barry;
    Yes, she must be a brunette so she's smart and she's almost always the scientist's daughter or assistant, but not the scientist herself. She offers coffee and free sex to the lead male. At some point, she's threatened by the monster, a lot of screaming ensues and then the hero manages to electrocute or burn the creature into submission. I could have written these things.

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  53. Nothing will ever top Sharktopus

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  54. Timoteo;
    No doubt you know just what to grab for when you're scared, huh? I guess that might be a first date movie. No, perhaps a chick flick the first date so she thinks you're sensitive and fun and so different than her ex, better use the horror movie for the second date, then she thinks you're sensitive and clumsy and therefore adorable. Win/Win

    Barry; That yeti movie Syfy did was pretty darned close to being the best, especially when he's spooning with the woman he kidnapped. Haha

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  55. http://wp.me/p7qHD-15b

    read the last few lines

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  56. Oh Barry;
    That made my whole week! I think it might take more than just that. They need to let me train them.

    God, I'm laughing my ass off. Apparently, I didn't rewind the movie all the way. I started it up halfway through and the very first thing it showed was the woman entering the room and offering the men coffee....

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  57. I need to hire you as my romance coach!

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  58. its like the licks to the center of a toosie pop. I don't know how many times she offers coffee

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  59. LOL, you guys.... I switched computers and just been lurking.

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  60. Timoteo;
    You just gave me a great post idea... the secrets of female hunting. No EMF meters, please. I'm seriously knocking that one around. It takes very little to please a woman but when you know what that is, she will be like a cat with catnip.

    Barry;
    Yes, I expect the coffee to come out again soon since everyone is cold. She's supposed to anticipate the male needs, dammit!

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  61. Sis;
    I want to hear about beast hunter. Oh, I SOOOO want to see that!

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  62. Barry;
    Knowledge is more important than life! I love the lines in this movie. They're building the walkway to zap the monster.

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  63. Whoa, there's some synchronicity...my blog is called Catnip.

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  64. Oh my. I pick up on things without meaning to. It rolls right of my tongue or fingertips, as it were. Very cool. Then, I take that as a sign that I do need to write that post. I'll put it up next week. I might parallel hunting for a woman with hunting for ghosts. I'll be giving away some of our secrets, but hey it's for the benefit of research.

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  65. I missed it sis, what are you watching? I like the beast hunter. He is looking for an underwater dinosaur beast.

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  66. Hey Julie any pics of you in the cat costume????

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  67. Great! I'll look forward to that. Remember, you'll be benefiting MANkind! (One small step for man...)

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  68. Women usually don't taunt the ghosts, only if we are PMSing, and then the ghosties better watch it!!!

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  69. Sis;
    I'm watching "The Thing" but I didn't rewind it all the way so I'm going to put in UFO Hunters next. I bought Seasons 1 and 2 and I'm in heaven.

    Barry;
    Jeez! You would ask that! I think the sexiest Halloween pic I have of me is a French Maid with a vampire bite on her neck. Wait, no, I also went as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and that was pretty sexy. No, the gypsy costume was pretty skimpy... Hey, this was not a scary costume crowd. It was a singles Halloween party held every year but I was married at the time. My ex played in the band.

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  70. Barry; I would have to find the boxes that the photo albums are in to see if I have one. I was 20 and had a rockin' nice bod!

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  71. Sis;
    I think your hubby would say you have a freaking rocking hot body now! You crack me up. You know Barry is going to want you to go immediately to those boxes and sift.

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  72. @ Julie ....and some of us say that you still do

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  73. Yes, my sis is kind enough to be guest breasts on FoF review days. In fact, we got some new pics for the new season. You'll just have to be patient.

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  74. Awww you are sweet, but I am working on making it rockin' again! My hubby does like it especially the girls.

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  75. He is not stupid! If I did women, I'd be all over you, sis. Guess you can be glad I don't bend that way. Men have much too many wonderful parts to mess with parts I already have 24/7 access to on myself. I swear, single-dom has made me realize why men might get sick of making love to the same woman over and over again. I know I thoroughly am. Hee hee

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  76. He has good taste --- oh wait

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  77. You should be proud, he has one of the sexy pics of me as his wall paper on his computer.

    The beast hunter looks a little bit like Brian Austin Green.

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  78. That did it...I'm off to go do stuff, uh...with myself.

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  79. It was fun taking the pics of you sis. You were a natural model.

    Timoteo;
    Don't forget to wash your hands...

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  80. Sis, you brought out my sexy from this shy girl...

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  81. Let's see...where are those Handi-Wipes?

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  82. Did I scare Timoteo away?

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  83. Barry;
    You know me. I scared Timoteo away. Or, perhaps I just gave him a great idea.

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  84. I'm sure that you inspire a lot of men

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  85. That equation is very accurate. Julie is a sex kitten, she's just afraid of her powers. If she let them loose, the men would be her slaves for life. She'd be like some Egyptian queen with her tireless workers around her.

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  86. I'm here...what can I say? Your great ideas inspire me!

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  87. Timoteo;
    Glad. Otherwise, I might think you are very quick to the task. So, are you a native or a transplant to our unfair state?

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  88. A regular Nerfer-titi

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  89. Oh Jeez, Barry! I swear is there a dude with a drum doing rim shots walking around behind you all day long? He must make a fortune working for you, bud! Nefer-TITI!

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  90. Born in Tucson, but grew up in the midwest. Came back to Tucson a while back and have called it home ever since.

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  91. I always say if I had to stay here, I'd go to Tucson. The weather is better. There's more of my tribe in Tucson, i.e. open-minded and inquisitive types. Where I am in Ahwatukee-it's purely trophy wives and Intel dudes. I really just want to get back to the seasons and greenery but now I have an almost 23-year-old son who is engaged and so I'm sort of figuring out where they will be so I can be a future grandma chasing fairies in the garden with the grandkids. Okay, I didn't say I'd be a normal grandma. Have you been to any of the supposedly haunted places in your neck of the woods like Tombstone's Bird Cage Theater or the ghost tour downtown?

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  92. I think that might be Julie's new name!

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  93. Barry, see? You just had to pay him again. Did you see Merlin yet?

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  94. Hello from Costa Rica all you beautiful denizens of the blogosphere!

    Know that the next sip of rum I take will be to all of your health, good fortune, and happiness! And special love for our sylvan hostess!

    I am looking forward to your stories and theories as time goes on. Have a great weekend everyone!

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  95. Timoteo; I was born in Phoenix, lived in Germany for three years and Kansas for two; came back to Phoenix and still here (well actually in Surprise). I am ready for a change!

    Sis; you know how to bring out the kitty kat in me. I didn't know I had such powers over men. I will use them for evil and not good, muhahaha!

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  96. Hey Aaron;
    You are an interesting bird. I want to know more about you and your adventures. I'm following your blog now, so I'll get caught up. If you use my tabs at the top, you'll learn a lot. Anything else, just use the search bar on the right and look up subjects. Every Tuesday I do Mind Fuck Tuesday and that's throwing out a crazy theory for people to chew on.

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  97. howdy Aaron

    Merlin is on now

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  98. I go through Tombstone every now and then, but wasn't aware of those haunted aspects. Anyway yeah, I do prefer Tucson, especially in the summer. Big difference between 107 and 116, ya know!

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  99. Always remember, dear sister, that you must use your powers for good. I read somewhere that the more men climax, the better for their prostate health, so it seems that climaxing men is a good deed for man-kind. You like my circular thinking, huh?

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  100. Well Nefer-titi is back *wink*

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  101. That's why I feel sorry for the Pope.

    Adsila: (Is that your name?) I think the desert is in your blood or it isn't, and those of us who are hooked are bound to end up back here at some point.

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  102. Timoteo;
    Yeah, if he's being a good Catholic Pope, his prostate should be boggy and 50 grams at least!

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  103. Imagine what a geyser that would be if it ever went off!!!

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  104. He could baptize a whole crowd. Oh jeez, you're killing me, Timoteo. That was a good one!

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  105. I like your thinking sis...

    Yep 107 is much better that 118 degrees. I am thinking of moving to Prescott.

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  106. Yeah, well, it might make that whole blasted christening ceremony go a bit quicker. And, do you think he says "Oh boss!" instead of "Oh God!" ???

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  107. His balls probably look like the dogs in the movie Van Wilder...

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  108. "Oh boss"...good question. LOL Imagine the fight for places underneath the balcony to get a shot of THAT holy water!

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  109. JULIE,
    You crack me up! Haven't seen that one, but I can imagine!

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  110. You guys are cracking me up! We're contemplating the Pope's junk and semen volume and pressure. Man, if there is a Catholic God, we're so screwed. Yeah, I'm thinking they wouldn't be kissing his ring anymore, they'd be kissing something else.

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  111. I'll just say they were dragging on the ground...

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  112. Sis, hence the long robes. I knew there was a reason for those. He has elephantitis.

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  113. I haven't had this much fun on a Friday night since can't remember when!

    Hey, I like Prescott...go camping at Lynx lake there sometimes.

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  114. I must admit, I am working my stomach muscles laughing tonight. We seem to all bounce off each other. I love Prescott. I love Lynx lake! I have on my to-do list to take my metal detector and a gold panning pan and do a little sifting there for fun. It's lovely. Julie and I were just up in Prescott staying at the Vendome Hotel -- Abby's haunted room. We were driving around downtown and my dream came true--a quaint church for sale. I've always dreamed of one of those cute white churches with clapboard siding to make into a home. Oh, I was soooo frustrated. Not a good time to buy a home, but it was a dream. Love that town! The nightlife is awesome too and the art shows at the courthouse lawn...

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  115. Prescott seems to have everything I like in a somewhat small city. We have gone fishing and camping by Lynx Lake and also in the White Mountains. Love it up there too, but not to live.

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  116. Let's all go camping at Lynx lake and tell jokes like: What has 200 teeth and holds back the monster?

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  117. I gotta ask, "what has 200 teeth and holds back the monster?"

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  118. Hahaha. Most excellent!

    Sis--are you watching Beast hunter now?

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  119. I hope your cat doesn't go out and try to drive to the store for some smokes.

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  120. The one on now is a repeat from last week. There isn't anything else I wanted to watch. I will see what is on at nine. I am getting tired(damn period)and have my daughter-in-law's baby shower to attend tomorrow.

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  121. wishiwerethere7; Hmm??

    Sis; A baby shower! I haven't been to one of those in a decade. I always wrapped the gift in a baby blanket held closed with baby diaper pins. I'm such a dork.

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  122. I'll check y'all out next time. Loved the company.

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  123. LOL, the 1982 version of the Thing with Kurt Russell is on...

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  124. bye Timoteo, it was nice chatting with you.

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  125. Timoteo;
    Yeah, it's on every Friday night, buddy. Have a good one. And, don't forget to wash your hands.

    Sis;
    Yahoo! It's the night of "The Thing"!

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  126. Plane, Trains and Automobiles is on.... so damn funny!

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  127. You know, I never sat through that movie. I was interrupted when I tried to watch it and never went back to finish it. Now I'm curious what was so funny about it. Put that on my to-do list. I'm digging my UFO Hunters marathon.

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  128. Don't see the cut version removing the curse words, the movie is so much funnier with them.

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  129. Oh yeah. Did you ever see the 40-year-old virgin on TV? It's freaking stupid.

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  130. Yeah, some movies just don't have the same appeal when the curse words are removed.

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  131. Let me shake your hand first...okay...bye now! (Bye Julie).

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  132. Good nite to ya'll, I am tired and have a busy day tomorrow. My daughter-in-law is having her baby shower. This will be grandchild number two for me. I am a young grandma for sure.

    Take care until next week,
    Julie

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  133. See ya sis, and have fun!

    Anyone else out there, I'm still around and will know if you arrive.

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  134. Hey Autumn, i'm watching Ghost Adventures, they can be repetitive at times but for one hour a week they make me belive in menace and dread of afterlife.

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  135. Echo;
    Those guys are fun, even in reruns. I love when they squeal like girls and run.

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