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    Full moon is tomorrow 11-10-11 ...

    11:11 on 11/11/11 will happen 2 times ... even for broken clocks.

    what does this all mean ... :confused2: ... I just felt like posting it.

    One year + 1 day to the end of the world ...

    I hear Harry has room in his bunker - for rent of course - 1/2 price to make your reservations early :D
     
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    ....film at 11


    :p
     
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    ... or maybe not ... i would watch the 10:00 news that is a safer time ... :attention:
     
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    Another nice thing about Friday is that the Europeans won't whine about how us uncouth Americans flip the Month and Date around all backwards, but that happens 12 times a year.

    Its also Veterans day btw.
     
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    Bethesda's Elder Scrolls V finally hits stores and millions of man-boys will be calling in sick to work?
     
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    LOL ... joining the Call of Duty people who all have a serious case of dysentery.
     
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    Read where couples are flocking to Las Vegas to get married on that day, guess they all believe luck is more important than commitment.
     
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    Put your pants on one leg at a time.
     
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    What about getting married in Vegas makes it not about commitment. I got married in Vegas in May.....and it had nothing to do with believing in luck.

    Unless of course you are reffering to the date aspect.
     
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    Yeah, I don't get that one, either.

    Lots of people get married because of the date. There were a flock of marriages on 7/7/07, if I remember right. My nephew was one of them. My oldest son got married on last Saturday in October so they'd have an extra hour of party time. We got married on 7/27/07 so we'd have an easy time remembering the date. We would have done it on 7/7/07 but we didn't decide to get married until that day had passed. Waiting til 8/8/08 meant MrP might change his mind.

    Anyhow - I digress. Where and when and how doesn't have anything to do with commitment - it's the "why" and "who" that matters.
     
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    Agreed Mrs. 1/1/11 was also a big date seemingly for the same reasons.

    Getting married in Vegas was awesome. Was with the woman I love and 36 of our closest friends and family. On top of that your buck goes way further in Vegas than "here".

    Ceremony (at Mandalay Bay) - with one of their upgraded locations
    Upgraded flowers
    5 course dinner at the #2 rated restuarant in Vegas
    "Open Bar" for 38 people

    All for less than 15K....my buddy got married here (MA) two months later, and he admitted their wedding/food/venues werent close to what we had in Vegas, and he spent 73K.
     
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    Sounds great!!

    It's interesting to hear that. My oldest son got married in Chicago. His in-laws wanted this huge wedding - and they got it. There were close to 400 people there - dinner was lobster and fillet. A special dessert room. Live band and DJ. They even had the Chicago Fire Department Bag Pipers play the opening march. It cost upwards of 100K and it creeped me out. My middle son got married in Oregon. Her family has 7 kids and were unable to contribute. I was a single mom and also unable to help out. My son and his wife paid for the whole thing themselves. Rented a little hall, did all the decorations,flowers and favors by hand. Served only beer and wine. Had a local caterer with chicken and beef buffet. No band. About 100 people. A friend took the pictures. Spent about 4K. Had the time of my life there.

    Could be just me, of course....but the fact remains, cost doesn't really figure into "good time."

    Both marriages are working well but the oldest says if he had to do it over again, he'd opt for eloping to Vegas.

    Me and Mr. - $30.00 for a license, a new pair of jeans for me, a new shirt for him, 10 minutes in a local JP office where we were married to the words of the marriage ceremony from "The Scarecrow and Mrs. King," and a $75.00 splurge on dinner for two afterwards.

    Best wedding evahhhh...and between the two of us, we have 5 so we know what we're talking about!!! :D
     
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    Its not a real Vegas wedding unless Elvis performs the ceremony.
     

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