- May 8, 2020
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....NOoooooooooooooooooooo......Im really cursed going out this weekend now.......Only Pepsi?Round these parts anyway, thinking you can get a Diet Coke at Applebee's is delusional. They serve Pepsi products.
still one of the best skits in Saturday night live history.........I'm just regular. Pepsi, Pepsi Pepsi, cheeseburger, cheeseburger, cheeseburger!
They might have diet Dew, if you like that. And I like iced tea. Good alternative to soda at every meal.....NOoooooooooooooooooooo......Im really cursed going out this weekend now.......Only Pepsi?
LoL... Great something else to worry about this weekend......
still one of the best skits in Saturday night live history.........
But seriously are used to hate everything and anything they had to do with a diet. I wouldn’t drink a diet soda it was terrible. Now I have to admit it’s all I drink. I love the new zero fad. Coke zero Pepsi zero, zero colas with cherry, Mountain dew zero.....all I drink now for Soda. Truth is I drink more water than anything lately. Yes I’ve become one boring bitch on my diet. Oh well got to get skinny.....
Rest assured - your ramblings are delusional.I'm just regular. Pepsi, Pepsi Pepsi, cheeseburger, cheeseburger, cheeseburger!
I think because we seem to be more emotional than many other people, no matter which gender we were displaying at any given time. Any kind of permanent separation or divorce seems to hit us harder than most others. We seem to need a long time to heal from it. I am alone now for 17 years, and still feel sad about what happened way back when, which was the cause of the divorce. I am still kind of scared to get into any close relation again, because I do not want to be hurt that deeply again.Just to touch on the living alone thing Kim, same here, and I also can't see myself in that relationship any more. We were married for 28 years, and divorced for 8, going on 9 years now. Still not enough time to recover for me. Maybe I'll be ready to consider some kind of relationship, roommate thing again after my GCS. Well, 6 months to a year after my GCS. I don't think I'm going to be up for anything soon after that kinda surgery.
Lol.....As I told Linde on Zoom last night I did go to the Hudson gun range. She claims it is NOT rural Wisconsin. I beg to differ. If I see birch trees and pine trees and good ole boys gathered around the bar.... it's rural.
So the macho stuff continued today. Thursday I fired the 'hand cannon' and today when I went to get my car fixed I was the last 'customer' in the shop. A guy I know from where I deal poker is the lead mechanic and he works on my car off the clock for cheap.
Anyway - he couldn't remove a bolt from a thinga majigy ( bracket that holds the brake caliper - huh? ) so he gets a small butane torch to heat it. Not good enough. So then....... he goes in back for the serious stuff. And wheels out these 4 foot high tanks attached to this gigantic blow torch. He fires it up and is using it on the part. THEN....... while the giant flame is still blowing out of this blow torch he hands it to me and says ' here hold this for a minute'. WHAT ???!!!!! So I am standing there holding this flame thrower. LOL.
Way too much macho stuff in 48 hours. I think I may have to de-transition.
Sounds like my induction stove!@ Kim, your mechanic should go with the modern times. My son, the master mechanic, working in one of the Metro Transit shops managing a shift, showed me a cool gismo for this It is sold by SnapOn (who else?) and costs a few 100 dollars, and makes a fun play of those bolt. It uses inductive electricity to heat up only the metal parts, and thus bursts away any connective rust. It really works like a charm, even on the big old city busses that are abused like hell!