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  • #31
    I always ski the green slopes.
    That is MY color and besides they are so much safer and easier.
    I feel like a pro when I am going down the hill on the GREEN ones.
    Reminds me of a quote I heard somewhere.......

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    • #32
      SO Terrarian

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      • #33
        Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post

        So true.
        Ever wonder how one really achieves immortality???
        Who's to say it needs to be achieved...quantum entanglement, spooky action at a distance, double slits etc...I am not even here unless I am observed.

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        • #34
          To Lolami, Passtor Ebenezer, atticusfinch, and other various yayhoos:

          If you want to post CRAP that keeps running through your unfocused spaghetti-filled minds, please create your own threads and quit contaminating the work of others.
          OK? How bout it: today's resolution----today is the day I grow up.

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          • #35
            I like a little spaghetti sometimes
            and I also go to a non-denominational church.
            Ya never know where you will find the truth.
            Once in a while, you just got hitch up your wagon and head out.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by larsonist View Post
              To Lolami, Passtor Ebenezer, atticusfinch, and other various yayhoos:

              If you want to post CRAP that keeps running through your unfocused spaghetti-filled minds, please create your own threads and quit contaminating the work of others.
              OK? How bout it: today's resolution----today is the day I grow up.
              As you skip over all of our spaghetti-filled contamination, just know that one man's 'crap' us another man's treasure in a way. You never know when a little rubber billy goat will appear!!

              Now to make this pertain to the thread...... topographical maps won't help to solve the poem IMO. GE works well enough for me.

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