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Everybody calm down. +Fox News​​ just needs a bit more time to figure out what, in Cecil's past or in his character, he did to deserve it. We'll all feel better and move on to #thenextthing once we discover, deep down, Cecil was a savage.
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Have you seen my squirrel?
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Dammit ... now I have Frankie Valli and The 4 Seasons stuck in my head!!!

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Over 26 seasons, starting in 1989 (1), they have produced 574 episodes ...

... and I have yet to watch a single one. Nor do I intend to.

That level of aversion takes dedication and a stubbornly held belief (2) that I won't like it.

Nor have I ever watched Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, or any those other shows that I hear a the best show ever. However, unlike #thesimpsons , i'm not avoiding them, I just kinda stopped watching television (3) three years ago and haven't really been all that interested in getting back into it.

You got any shows like that ... which everyone raves about ... but yer just all just kinda meh?

(1) holy shit!
(2) which is also, admittedly, a completely uninformed and likely baseless belief
(3) with the exception of The Big Bang Theory which I have PVRed and will binge what about once every 3 months.
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I watched one episode at the beginning, +Sean Heffernan, just to see what it was like.  that one episode was enough to convince me I never want to see another.  and I will admit that after years of hearing about it, I caved and watched Firefly, and loved it.  and I'll admit, too, that I became enamored with Breaking Bad while watching an episode with a friend's teenagers (it was an extremely rare occurrence  to be watching TV with those kids, but hey, it happened).  but not having cable TV (or Netflicks, or any streaming TV) is something that will not change here.  we buy DVD's to watch, so shows have to be worth the investment.  our budget for new shows is far less than a cable subscription, and our TV watching hours are less in a month than most people do in a day.
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She's getting a little presumptuous

I'm not that kinda guy. There's only one woman I'm getting into the back of a car with and it ain't Sheila.

Also, I've decided to name CrazyChick82, or Makayla14, or whatever 'her' real name is Sheila. Naturally, my apologies to all the other Sheilas out there ... I'm sure you're not an 82 on the crazy scale at all.

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I get a new one almost everyday. 
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Apparently I'm engaged. To some crazy chick. Born in 1982 (I think I have t-shirts older than that).

I wonder if I'll be able to wear white?
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+Laura Topliffe not unsurprisingly, I've never been a bride. 
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Forget what we're told
Before we get too old
Show me a garden that's bursting into life

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MFW the girls decide to try on 3" high heel shoes when we're supposed to be shopping for sandals and runners. 
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+Nesbi Maret i would have a meltdown after 6 hours at the mall.

+Madam Mistry bra shopping tends to take place when it's not my week.
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"All, too, will bear in mind this sacred principle, that though the will of the majority is in all cases to prevail, that will to be rightful must be reasonable; that the minority possess their equal rights, which equal law must protect, and to violate would be oppression."
~Words by Thomas Jefferson
~Photograph by me, US Library of Congress 
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The time, effort, craftsmanship, and artistry are amazing.  It sure paid off.
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It would appear that my 'fiancé' is getting a little anxious with my failure to respond. I do admire 'her' creativity though.

I think my spambot suitor needs a name. CrazyChick82 seems a little long winded. Suggestions? 
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Im not goi g to lie to mine either,, diary don't tell though. Ruby😊
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#seductionsunday (for old folks grownups)
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Works every time.
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Awww....made me smile too!
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Is it really any secret .... 
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Jeez, and here I was hoping it was meant for me......
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  • SRH Project Solutions
    Owner, 2002 - present
    I am a consultant in the field of technology project, program, and software management, primarily within the realm of the financial enterprise. I have operated as an independent contractor for the past decade.
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Son. Brother. Father. Friend.
I am a son. I am a brother. I am a father. I am a friend.

I am the father of two strong and dynamic young women, just now emerging from childhood. Just over a decade ago, I decided to be a stay-at-home dad. They were 2 and 4 when I started, 4 and 6 when I finished, and it was the most fulfilling two years of my life.

Outside of a short stint in the southern US when I was 19, I've lived my entire life, born and raised, in Canada.

Want to know more? Go here.

If you want to follow me, thank you. Also, please know this ...
  • I share a mix of public and limited posts which represents selected snapshots into my life and the things I find interesting.
  • I'm not likely to spam your stream as I don't tend to post more than a few times a day, though there are times when I go on sabbatical and won't post for days on end.
  • I do not post NSFW content publicly, if at all.
  • If you comment inappropriately on my posts (judged solely at my discretion), I will not hesitate to call you on it or delete your comment without explanation.
If you want me to follow you, know this ...
  • I will take a look at your Profile and your Posts before deciding to do so.
  • I follow a fairly diverse group of people and pages spanning travel, technology, social media, general interest, and selected NSFW.
  • I will engage and comment on your posts when I find them interesting. When I do, it will be in a respectful and on-topic manner (though usually with a tendency toward sarcastic and off-beat humor). 
I will not follow you if you post ...
  • too frequently.
  • commercially motivated content.
  • mostly reshares of other people's content.
  • in a language that I do not understand.
Bragging rights
Father of 2 girls.
  • Wilfrid Laurier University
    1985 - 1989
I always order the JK47 ... a dusted dry rub wing with just the right amount of spice.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Excellent spot for either a night out with friends, a wind-down after work, or a couple of pints with your team-mates after working up a sweat. Staff are friendly, though they tend to be very busy so park your impatience at the door and kick-back and enjoy the atmosphere and the din of the crowd. Lots of TVs to keep you entertained and a small patio when the days are hot and sunny.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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