Discussion in 'The PatsFans.com Pub' started by shirtsleeve, Oct 4, 2010.
Nothing much to say
I'm staying up working till 1 am and living on strong tea and toasted cheese sandwiches.
Everyone was wearing fingerless gloves.
Day off tommorow.
It's always great to have a day off when everyone else is working. Nowadays, people work such irregular hours that it's hard to remember how different it once was -- streets empty on weekday mornings, packed out at lunch-time or on Saturdays, dead on Sundays. I like this much better.
I had my physical today. My doctor insisted on fingerless gloves too. Then right in the middle of the exam, I felt both his hands on my shoulders...
Should I be concerned?
I guess that the world hasn't ended. (At least, if it has, Cambridge, MA is just the same.)
Remember when shops were closed on Sundays...
I'm thinking you like the peace around, being off when people are in work. Those mornings on your day off with a mug of tea and nothing but the noise you make eating your breakfast, a free bird ready to do whatever..
I only get as far as the afternon though before I get bored and look forward to going in the next day!
In the eighties, I had a friend at work who told me how he used to look forward to going in every morning (that was when I was deciding to leave because the atmosphere had turned so poisonous). I'm not THAT keen, but I still feel it if I'm off for too long.
If all you felt was his hands on your shoulders then you should be VERY VERY concerned! Hello hello hello hello...
I don't have a random comment ...
"She's a boy...I think"
-My 3 year old daughter trying to figure out this boy in her preschool class.
It's sunny in Berlin.
I hate pigeons.
This guys an Idiot.........but he DID make me laugh
Springfield police said alleged break-in suspect, Ludlow resident Phillip Constantino, wore lamp shade on head as he wielded reciprocating saw | masslive.com
Springfield police said alleged break-in suspect, Ludlow resident Phillip Constantino, wore lamp shade on head as he wielded reciprocating saw.
SPRINGFIELD – An employee of a Boston Road business, sleeping there due to recent break-ins, was awakened early Friday by a man wearing a lamp shade on his head and cutting through the fence with a reciprocating saw.
Police, searching the area a short time later, spotted a man, still wearing a lamp shade on his head as he rode a bicycle, according to a release issued by Commissioner William J. Fitchet’s office.
His pic is a Must see, he looks like hes going to cry, i'd cry too if i was in his shoes. But then again i don't think i'd wear a lamp shade and use a reciprocating saw to do some crime.
Good to see you are back, Flex.
That guy is gar-on-teed to be a future Darwin Award winner.
Random comment for my 100th post. Yay! :singing: 100 posts, and most were mostly pointless.
Only someone who knows where he is going can tell if he is pointed in the wrong direction.
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