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I'm starting to feel like I suck at reading emotions. Everyone is saying Trump's face looked tortured as he was getting booed at the game, but to me, it just looked like typical resting Trump face.

Same thing with him getting ribbed by Obama at the correspondent's dinner. Everyone says he was stewing in anger. I cannot see it, though.

Am I the only one? Tell me I'm not.
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For me it's always been occasionally, a word i use a lot. Once I figured out it has the word CASIO in it, I can O-C-CASIO... and get the rest. But that was after ten years of getting it wrong, then playing the game of "Okay, the way i want to spell it is wrong, so I'll retry it a different way... or did I spell it right the first time?"
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I'm starting to feel like I suck at reading emotions. Everyone is saying Trump's face looked tortured as he was getting booed at the game, but to me, it just looked like typical resting Trump face.

Same thing with him getting ribbed by Obama at the correspondent's dinner. Everyone says he was stewing in anger. I cannot see it, though.

Excellent post / user name combo.
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There seems to be a specialist unit of the French police force called Peloton de surveillance et d’intervention de la gendarmerie, which goes by the acronym: PSIG. I don't know whether this is excellent or disappointing.

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Laundry room is the only room it makes sense for me to clean the floor. 'Cause unloading that front-loading bastard always ends up with damp, clean laundry on the ground.
Thinking. Maybe you could put a laundry basket under the door. Tends to catch those run-away clothes. Kick it over to the dryer. Unload into dryer door.
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I tell the washing machine repairmen (husband and son) what my washer was doing. Head scratching comments: #1-"How did it do that?"
#2-"That's not possible!"


I dove into stuff and found out I did buy extended warranty. Hah! You boys go on back to the deer camp. I got this.

#3, not a comment but a question "What did you do it?" I foresaw that.

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For a 61 year old. They have been alive over one fourth of the time the US has existed. And Queen Elizabeth II has been queen their entire life.
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A couple of days ago I learned that Dara O'Briain is four years younger than I am. If you know him, you may understand how upsetting this is. If you don't, it's akin to learning that you are older than Ed McMahon.

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That's not the one, but Thank You very much!

I believe I did find one at the original factory in China. We'll know for sure in 6-8 weeks. Only cost me $4 including shipping. That ain't right. The shipping alone should be more than that.

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When I sing aloud the cats fly to the beams but my dogs run to me and are happy.
My pets are giving me mixed signals.
It's cultural. When cats wail they either want to fight or mate. Either way you are too big and scary for them.
When dogs howl they are calling the pack together for dinner/play/cuddle/sleep time. All of which you are good for.

You should get a husky next time. They are super cuddly and will sing along with you any time you want. And they don't bark. If they have something to say, they just say it.

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^ Google says *choke* in one acre of land, there are 1,000,000 spiders. In the tropics, that's 3,000,000! I'm outta here!
In fairness, most of those will eat each other. (Am I helping? I am trying to be helpful!)

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Inmates universally smell bad, like stale body odor, and I don’t trust the laundry services (if you can, spring for the long John underwear to put on underneath).

But they always wear the best shoes! Either Velcro or slip on, and usually they look quite comfortable. I like the orange strappy ones.

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A couple of days ago I learned that Dara O'Briain is four years younger than I am. If you know him, you may understand how upsetting this is. If you don't, it's akin to learning that you are older than Ed McMahon.
I figured out that the rat catcher character in the series The Strain is supposed to be nearly the same age as my nephew. UGH

On the other hand Obama is the same age I am.
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Since literally can be construed to mean figuratively, what can I say to convey literally?
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I was thinking that as I turn into a little old lady, I should let my hair grow long and gray, and put fake candy trim on my house. That would be funny. I hope it wouldn't actually attract any children though; I don't like them.
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I was thinking that as I turn into a little old lady, I should let my hair grow long and gray, and put fake candy trim on my house. That would be funny. I hope it wouldn't actually attract any children though; I don't like them.
I bet you'd like them deep fried in batter.
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And the mess it creates in the kitchen!

Last night I had a dream about scissors. WTF is that about? No reason whatsoever that I'd dream about scissors, but when I awoke I remembered all about the dream and it was just all about scissors.
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Scissors in dreams means you need to cut something outta your life.
Or, as happens to me I just can't find one pair, of the...idk... approximately..12 effin' pairs I own.
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At some point I will/did have the loudest fart of my life. And I didn't/won't realize that this was a major milestone in my life.
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what would have to happen to, well, everything for a government, society and the scientific community to come up with a "planck currency"? is that even feasible?
And would it mean I'd have a constant bank balance?
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what would have to happen to, well, everything for a government, society and the scientific community to come up with a "planck currency"? is that even feasible?
You mean it would be the smallest possible unit of currency? So like, a candy bar would cost 1035 Plancks? Well, for one thing, I'd need to get a bigger wallet.
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My missus had a dream about her dad (Mr. Cancer took him a couple years ago) the other night. It was one of those where your consciousness wakes up but somehow your senses keep dreaming for a few moments. So it was intense and a bit disorienting and she's still a bit shaken. She liked her dad and misses him a lot. A couple years ago I was blessed with an epiphany: there is no such thing as "now" because everything you know is a memory. Maybe a very young memory, but you are only aware of something after it has passed. So in a very real way, everything you know and have ever known, has only existed in your brain as a memory. Based on that, The Missus had a visit with her dad that, today, is no less real than when he first held her as a baby. I'm not yet an orphan, so I'm not sure whether to tell her that. I find it comforting, but she might not. I could reconcile with Mom today and get a real hug from her tomorrow. Seems a little crass to suggest it's the same as a dream hug.

And I would like to find whomever painted on the switch plates and the goddamned door hinges in this house and slap them with a Kenworth.

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I have eaten too much for lunch.

Also, I'll be in Japan for Christmas which means I have to do all my present buying and distributing before I go, and I've barely even started shopping yet. (Actually, I suppose I could give presents after I get back, and they'd be more exotic presents, too. But it seems like cheating somehow.)
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My missus had a dream about her dad (Mr. Cancer took him a couple years ago) the other night. It was one of those where your consciousness wakes up but somehow your senses keep dreaming for a few moments. So it was intense and a bit disorienting and she's still a bit shaken. She liked her dad and misses him a lot. A couple years ago I was blessed with an epiphany: there is no such thing as "now" because everything you know is a memory. Maybe a very young memory, but you are only aware of something after it has passed. So in a very real way, everything you know and have ever known, has only existed in your brain as a memory. Based on that, The Missus had a visit with her dad that, today, is no less real than when he first held her as a baby. I'm not yet an orphan, so I'm not sure whether to tell her that. I find it comforting, but she might not. I could reconcile with Mom today and get a real hug from her tomorrow. Seems a little crass to suggest it's the same as a dream hug.
This is quite a thought. I can't yet decide if I agree with it or not, but...it's quite a thought.
And I lost my mother a month ago, so it's kind of timely.
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(sorry, you can replace that with a similar, more proper, event)
If you are a parent, on some night, you will give your child a bath for the last time. You aren’t likely to recognize it when it happens.
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Unrelated, but random, and something I read yesterday:

“Siri Google Alexa” is a complete sentence.
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Not so random, but I feel loved.
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If you are a parent, on some night, you will give your child a bath for the last time. You aren’t likely to recognize it when it happens.
And what a wonderful night it was... "Look, you know how to take a bath. Call me when you're dried off and we'll read some Animorphs."

Daughter got to feel grown up, and I got fifteen minutes of peace... that night and every night.
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When my mom died a few years ago I had a mini epiphany. My dad had died years prior, and neither of my parents had siblings. It hit me (hard) that I had become the eldest. I have a younger brother and sister, nieces, and nephews, but I am the oldest extant member of my family. Which sorta makes me Cthulhu-esque.
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Don't give up! My grandma was doing quality work well into her nineties.

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And I would like to find whomever painted on the switch plates and the goddamned door hinges in this house and slap them with a Kenworth.
I'll hold 'em for ya.
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And Queen Elizabeth II has been queen their entire life.
Not my life. I'm 74 and remember watching her coronation on tv.

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I was thinking that as I turn into a little old lady, I should let my hair grow long and gray, and put fake candy trim on my house. That would be funny. I hope it wouldn't actually attract any children though; I don't like them.
Keep your oven hot, just in case.

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When my mom died a few years ago I had a mini epiphany. My dad had died years prior, and neither of my parents had siblings. It hit me (hard) that I had become the eldest. I have a younger brother and sister, nieces, and nephews, but I am the oldest extant member of my family. Which sorta makes me Cthulhu-esque.
Mr.Wrekker found himself in a similar situation. He is now Mr. Patriarch.
I think he likes it.
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Not my life. I'm 74 and remember watching her coronation on tv.
I went to her coronation parade. (I was only 1 month old, but I have been assured I was very interested by the whole thing.)
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OTOH, I've started the great American novel.


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By the way... for my Queen of England thing, I picked a 61 year old. That was chosen by subtracting 7/4/1776 from today and divide by four. And for a 61 year old she has always been queen.
I have never seen a coronation. She has always been queen for me.
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Whenever our pontoon boat passes beneath the Ford City Bridge I tell people the story of the bridge and its predecessor. The old bridge was opened to traffic in 1914. The first person crossing the bridge was a newborn, the first baby born that year. She was pushed across in a baby carriage as part of the ribbon-cutting.

When the bridge was demolished and replaced one hundred years later, the 1914 baby was the first to cross, this time pushed across in a wheelchair. She died a few months later, having served her purpose.

While this story is true, I also point out a big factory on the riverbank and tell my passengers that if they have ever eaten a bowl of Lucky Charms cereal, anywhere in the world, it was produced in this factory.

People overwhelmingly believe the false cereal story, but question the factual bridge tale.
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She died a few months later, having served her purpose.
I think I might love you now.
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^^ That's Pennsylvania for you: the Daemons of the Allegheny kept that poor woman alive for ages just to complete their pagan water-crossing ritual.

(I do this to piss off my wife, the native PA-er.)
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