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Good Maen, good people.
05/Oct/10 12:00 AM
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Spring flowers blooming for down under. Planting time up top.
05/Oct/10 12:03 AM
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Hello ... am I all alone in Sudoku land?
05/Oct/10 12:03 AM
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HELLO ...

hello ...

hello ...

There's an echo in here ...

echo here

echo here
05/Oct/10 12:04 AM
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cp to start the day. HA!
05/Oct/10 12:05 AM
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I guess I'll go do puzzles, then ...
05/Oct/10 12:05 AM
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Well, I've done Easy and Medium. Off to Hard ...
05/Oct/10 12:12 AM
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maen, all y'all

Looks like we got a bunch of "sleepy heads" this morning.

05/Oct/10 12:17 AM
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I don't remember anyone starting a new day with a CP. Way to go Plum. Timing is everything...
05/Oct/10 12:18 AM
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COOK YOUR GOOSE
Meaning:Destroy one’s chances or hopes.
Origin:“From a 16th century legend: King Eric of Sweden had come to an enemy town to attack it. The town’s burghers, in a show of contempt for the king and his small band of men, hung a goose from a town tower and then sent a message More...
05/Oct/10 12:21 AM
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BONE UP
Meaning:Study (e.g., for an examination).
Origin:It has nothing to do with real bones. “It refers to a publishing firm named Bohn, which put out a guide (sort of like Cliffs Notes) in the early 20th century that helped the students pass Greek and Latin courses. Though the students More...
05/Oct/10 12:22 AM
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TO PACK A WALLOP
Meaning:Have a powerful punch or impact.
Origin:“In modern English ‘to wallop’ means to thrash, and in noun form, a heavy blow, but originally it.. .was slang for ale. The verb pack in this expression means ‘to deliver.” So, it was, literally, “deliver the beer.” (From Have a Nice Day—No Problem!, by Christine Arrimer)
05/Oct/10 12:22 AM
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LEAVE NO STONE UNTURNED
Meaning:Look for something in every possible place.
Origin:“Goes back to the battle between forces led by the Persian
general Mardonius and the Theban general Polycrates in 477 B.C.
The Persian was supposed to have hidden a great treasure under his tent, but More...
05/Oct/10 12:23 AM
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TO LOWER THE BOOM ON SOMEONE
Meaning:Attack someone unexpectedly.
Origin: “Comes from the days when pirates—or even disgruntled sailors—would rid themselves of an annoying crew member by taking advantage of the fact that he happened to be standing near the boom—a long pole which is used to More...
05/Oct/10 12:24 AM
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HOW NOW, BROWN COW
Meaning:What’s up? What’s next?
Origin: “Brown Cow’ is an old (18th century) way of referring to a barrel of beer, and it is likely that the saying was originally meant as a suggestion that everybody have another beer to prolong a pleasant interlude at the tavern. The idea More...
05/Oct/10 12:25 AM
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Well, Jerry. I'll join you in a cuppa. Thanks for showing up.
05/Oct/10 12:25 AM
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BRING HOME THE BACON
Meaning:Win; Deliver a victory.
Origin: In Old England any married couple who swore they hadn’t quarreled for over a year, or had never wished themselves ‘single again’—and could prove this to the satisfaction of a mock jury—was entitled to the famed Dunmow Flitch, a More...
05/Oct/10 12:25 AM
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Mornin' MS Plum,
05/Oct/10 12:26 AM
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I'll wait until you've hit 22 ...
05/Oct/10 12:26 AM
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Well I definitely don't remember a "double CP" to start the day...
05/Oct/10 12:27 AM
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LAYING PIPE
When the Sumitomo Corporation in Japan developed an extremely strong steel pipe, they hired a Japanese advertising
agency to market it in the United States. Big mistake: The agency named the pipe Sumitomo High Toughness, and launched a major magazine advertising campaign using the More...
05/Oct/10 12:27 AM
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The Big Mac: Originally sold in France under the name Gros Mec.
The expression means “big pimp” in French.
05/Oct/10 12:28 AM
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Jerry, you earned that 22. What a LOT of work so early in the a.m. How strongly did you brew that coffee?
05/Oct/10 12:29 AM
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The darkest roast I can find, pretty strong...
05/Oct/10 12:30 AM
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I'll bet that if we check back to previous years with Oz going onto daylight savings time we'll find similarly funny mornings.
05/Oct/10 12:31 AM
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Well to the naughty corner and back...

I over stepped on my try at 23.
05/Oct/10 12:32 AM
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I love espresso and french roast. In fact, if it's not sent through an espresso pot I don't even drink it anymore. But it is hard to find decaf espresso, hence my switch to yerba mate.
05/Oct/10 12:32 AM
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Guess this is the first time I've been around for that.
05/Oct/10 12:33 AM
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French roast is my choice. No fancy machine to make it though. Just a regular auto drip w/ cone style filters.
05/Oct/10 12:34 AM
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You tried for 23? Did I miss something?
05/Oct/10 12:35 AM
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Maybe that's why I don't frequent the DR's office. Subconsciously, I would resent being told no more coffee.
05/Oct/10 12:36 AM
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How many pages do you think we could fill before someone else notices the day has begun?
05/Oct/10 12:36 AM
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Yeah. some good "one-liners" that evidently won't pass the censor...
05/Oct/10 12:37 AM
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I was wondering that myself.
05/Oct/10 12:37 AM
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My body told me no more coffee, at least the decaf variety. I went off of caffeine for 1-1/2 years before finding yerba mate. It doesn't give me jitters or insomnia. Good stuff.
05/Oct/10 12:37 AM
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I got 22. You can have the page jump.
05/Oct/10 12:38 AM
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Good morning you two.
Having fun playing your duet?
05/Oct/10 12:38 AM
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I don't recall ever having the jitters or ?? from drinking coffee.
05/Oct/10 12:39 AM
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I could be sending an answer to Kathy's puzzle, but I can't figure the first one. GRAND - ________ - OUT
05/Oct/10 12:39 AM
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morning Jeanine!
05/Oct/10 12:39 AM
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