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Kristi Forcier
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Skating somewhere under a rainbow...
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OMG!! I need to start watching SNL again

"...what's that thing where you press it and it sprays out?"

"Prostate"

I haven't laughed so hard in a long time (every pun intended).

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Is the DEA trying to pull a rabbit out of a hemp hat? Or, just pulling the cotton(tail) over our eyes... You decide.

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Free Kids Workshop @ Plant for the Planet Academy in Seattle and on Whidbey Island.

Students aged 8 to 14 are welcome to attend the all day workshop(s) in (parents can sign up to volunteer as well):

Seattle: Saturday, March 14th, 9am to 5:30pm

Whidbey Isl.: Saturday, March 28th, 10am - 7:30pm

From the website:

Come learn to serve your community as an Ambassador for Climate Justice. At this free day-long workshop 50 students (age 8-14) will learn to make a difference for the world as part of Plant For The Planet, an international group of 34,000+ young people worldwide who are planting trees and leading communities to solve the climate crisis now. The day culminates in an educational and moving slideshow presentation for families and the public as the world’s newest Ambassadors for Climate Justice share what they have learned from each other and make their commitments to plant and speak for the trees!

During the Academy children learn proper planting and more. They practice how to deliver a climate slideshow originally made by Felix years ago, and how to organize events to engage other children and adults in climate justice. Ambassadors get a free Plant-for-the-Planet T-shirt and the book “Tree by Tree” so they can learn more about how we plant now to shape our future.

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+Thomas Price I immediately thought of you when I saw this:

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The Power of Poop If this was Super Hero Power, what would that Hero look like? 

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Saw this tractor trailer on my way home the other afternoon...and couldn't resist making a meme with it. Some, more than others, might see the humor in it.

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"Why should I have to rearrange my life – and change careers, essentially – because you wet your pants every time a woman talks?"

Best line ever! :D I've known a few people (men & women) that were like that, too.

In other news, "Don't Be a Troll!"

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This picture shared on behalf of the lady who kindly parked at the top of the very tight, 2 lane, "DO NOT PARK" Fire Lane of the Meridian Park / Cascade K-8 School(s) parking lot today. 

When told (by me) that she needed to move, Because it IS no parking - and so others could pull in front of said school(s) to get their kids - she gave a negligent hand wave from her window and yelled back repeatedly that she was, "picking up her son..." Riiiiiight, from the Fire Lane, while blocking the rest of the parents in line who are also trying to pick their kids up from the specifically posted safe locations beyond that curve? Nice going, ASS-HAT!
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HELP! - Problems with my LCD Computer screen. I'm unclear if just my LED's are burning out (that's what I'm assuming) or if the screen inverter is bad (does it even have one??). 

What I need help with figure out is if (in my Toshiba NB 505 mini NETBOOK) the LED's or inverter are a separate unit from the screen itself? I can get a replacement screen on Amazon for $35 with free 2 day shipping and there are several tutorials on youtube showing how to easily swap it in less than 10 minutes...but I have no clue if a., I need to replace the whole screen to fix this, b., can I just replace the LED's in my existing screen (and, if at $35 for a replacement screen, is it worth the hassle) or c., if it is JUST the inverter, then figuring out how to get/replace it.

I'm not asking for someone to 'fix' it so much as to help me properly diagnose it - if possible - without dropping $50 to find out from a comp repair place.

Issue: For almost a year the verticle 'line' on the right was lighter than in the picture until this evening when it got twice as dark (less lit up - some flickering before it went darker). Then, right after that, the line on the left showed up (flickering like someone turning a light on and off for a couple of minutes). However, once the 'lines/areas' are dim, they do NOT flicker at all - just a permanent dimming of that area on the screen. I hope the picture explains it better than I did!

Any help/direction is appreciated. Thanks!
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Am I the only one who sees the irony at finding this in one of the required text books for my College Class on "Human Relations"?

For example, courtesy and good manners may be lacking in some younger employees. Dan Cathy, president and CEO of Chick-fil-A, currently offers etiquette classes to his employees to expand their knowledge on appropriate behaviors in dealing with customers. Cathy feels customer satisfaction is the company's key to success in his specialty business and is helping his employees know how to keep the customer happy.

I paid for this book...?
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