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SiG Lady

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  1. SiG Lady

    Lawn Issues

    I didn't know whether to be scared or amused with this. I ended up being both.
  2. Sometimes people really DO have soul. I've had similar experiences . . . in both directions.
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    Cancer Free

    This gentleman is a good friend of mine and I've kept track of him through treatment and other events. I am SO glad he has survived this process so bravely and gracefully. Congratulations to him entirely!!
  4. Bustelos will take the top of your head off . . . ! Tasty.
  5. We're finally in the throes of one of our traditional in-the-90s July heat waves. I can do without it. We're in BAD need of rain. Probably at least 12 inches behind on the season. Seems like Oregon is no longer Oregon.
  6. Acck! Murphy's Law wins again! For YEARS I saved your Blue Press articles. Years!! Then a couple of months ago tossed them all out (running out of storage space). They're gone. Wouldn't the Blue Press folks have records of this kind of thing . . . ?
  7. Perhaps I should've placed this in the Humor Forum . . . It's almost worth buying just for the bottle.
  8. This is real stuff, available at Macy's. (I also didn't quite know what forum category this should be filed under . . .) The fragrance is called "Wanted."
  9. SiG Lady

    Fun with guns

    Paternity tester! LOL!!!!
  10. Our lovely 70-something temps often don't last too long. It's famous here for going from endless days of 45/50-something (and 30-something nights) to 80-something-and-beyond without too much of that nice 70-something in between. We're right in the midst of that brief 70-something blip on our weather radar, though, as we'd better savor it. I have a cousin in Bloomington, California, and it gets hot and stays hot down there. Not unusual for stretches of 100-something there--I could NEVER live with that.
  11. What Mcfoto said. The month of May in Eugene, Oregon is our orgasmic reward for living here year-round. Trees are virtually dripping with leaf (and getting bigger every year), the rhododendrons and azaleas are in full bloom, temps in the 70s, poofy white clouds in blue skies, and the birds are singing. My, oh My. (The other nice moment here is October, when all those dripping-with-leaf trees do their "turning" thing, with outstanding colors and sudden brisk breezes sending dead leaves skittering across the streets. Just as nice, but different, than spring.) PS--I've been to Prudhoe Bay when it's 20-below.
  12. SiG Lady

    Gun Share Hoax

    Well, that sure is a statement of SOME sort, isn't it . . . ?
  13. SiG Lady

    The front fell off

    My God, shades of Monty Python . . .
  14. "You know you're a shooter when . . ." it all began very early on.
  15. I was actually having a good day (rare these days) but the frog made my day even better. Actually the day started out kinda cute-like altogether: It's spring and the hordes of Canada geese (thousands of 'em) are breeding here in town, and the boulevard leading from my place to the nearest interurban on-ramp is surrounded by protected ponds--where all manner of wildlife (including possums) reside. Including the pesky geese. Well, three adults and at least six or eight VERY, very young brood were leaping off the sidewalk curb, fully prepared to cross this 40mph boulevard. We Eugenians come to a firm halt for things like this. The brood and their chaperons proceeded across the road while we waited. We also do this for the Mallard duck families that also live near here. Sometimes the small broodies have trouble getting back UP the opposite curb, though, so people have been known to get out of their vehicles and physically lift them up over the obstacle! But, on topic, I've found dried/toasted versions of bugs and other creatures in places I hoped I'd never find them. Moreover, we've had power failures due to the abundance of squirrels who ambitiously climbed into power substations and BBQ'd themselves, much to the detriment of the expensive equipment.
  16. ". . .the dot moves around more than an iron sight . . ." My God . . . . .
  17. "Remember to look up at the stars, not down at your feet." --Dr. Steven Hawking
  18. Great idea. I remember when I was one. What an incredibly busy group of volunteers! The Admin thread discussions were . . revealing. And smart. Yes, thanks to all of you currently doing that job!
  19. ENTJ (2007) ENTJ (2013) ENTJ (2014) INTJ (2016) INFJ (2018) I've taken this screening 5 times now and have had 5 different results over many years. Though it shows ENTJ for the first 3 tests, the percentages fluctuated wildly over those years. I sensed a personal evolution to a more serious and sensitive career direction happening, culminating with the position I now occupy in highly confidential and sensitive juvenile law.
  20. People now tend to live with a variety of stabilizing implants. I think many of them are meant to be permanent. I just need to be increasingly careful where I step, how I step, and take NO chances whatsoever anymore with ambulation.
  21. When the EMTs who hauled you off to the hospital (broken arm) strike up an animated conversation about your Kimber because they're all standing around eyeing your gun photos on your living room wall (including your Kimber).
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