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jjdm
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Message Posted: Jun 20, 2010 11:52:20 AM

Welcome to my home!!!!!

Have a nice visit!

Thanks for visiting!!!
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KHF
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Message Posted: Mar 26, 2015 5:59:53 PM

Hi Justin - That is a lot of fun to be having in the archives - more than I ever felt back there. :-)
jjdm
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Message Posted: Mar 26, 2015 3:53:39 PM

Good afternoon, everyone!

Today’s Picture:
Having Fun in the IUN Archives

On Tuesday, I worked 1:30 pm - 6:15 pm and 8:15 pm - 11:30 pm, in grocery. It was a split shift since I had a Parish Pastoral Council meeting to attend. Gary and Isaac were nice enough to let me create the split shift. During the first half of work, I changed an endcap, worked paperback stock, and faced the aisles. Isaac and I were both called up front on several occasions.

After the meeting, I came back to work and helped Isaac face some more. Then I pulled expired sale tags. For the last part of my shift, I helped Isaac move items away from the checkout area since the the floor in that area was being waxed.

When I got home from work, Mom and I ate bacon and scrambled eggs for dinner. Ended up getting about 7 hours of sleep. In Managerial Accounting, we learned about Flexible Budgeting and did some practice problems. Then Marija, Ana, Aaron, and I attended a speaker broadcast for the National Leadership Society. The guest speaker was Mrs. Fields.

In Business Ethics, we discussed Part III of “Where Am I Wearing.” In that part, the author of the book went to Cambodia to see the lives of the people that make his blue jeans. In Managing Behaviors in Organizations, we had a team working day. So Marija and I went to meet up with our group. But before doing that, we had to make copies of the book “The Lecherous University” for our Sexual Harassment Prevention project. Once we were with our group, we created work plans for the two projects.

Once I got home from school, I snacked on a few things and took a 3 hour nap. When I woke up, I made pizza casserole for dinner. Mom and I enjoyed that very much! Then I got about 7 hours of sleep.

This morning, I went to 8:30 am Daily Mass at church. It was very exciting since the new Bishop in our Diocese was visiting our Parish/School and said Mass! Since then, I worked on my final copy of my External Sales Proposal. I sent it to my school friends to Peer Review. Then I worked on Managerial Accounting and read some of Part IV of “Where Am I Wearing.” I also took a 1.5 hour nap.

TUrtLE, it’s all good TUrtLE...TUrtLE...TUrtLE. :)) Thanks for the congrats! I kept the blue book for the Business Ethics Exam and put it with the rest of the school papers that I save. Thanks for the signs and smiles. :)

KHF, thanks for the congrats! His grading was also delayed a week since he was sick.

Silverhand, thanks for the funnies!

MadDog, hahah I bet they didn’t like that!

Midnight, great that you have returned to walking outdoors….have fun!!! Wow, I’m glad everyone was able to get out of the bus in time!!

Claudie, thank you; all I do is try my best!

trugasCA, I try to do most of my shopping at Al’s since I’m trying to be loyal. If was my financial situation was worse, I wouldn’t be able to do it.

attitash, thanks for the congrats! If I get one more 100%, then I will start teaching the course. ;) Hope you enjoy your last weekend of skiing!

Good day!
attitash
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Message Posted: Mar 26, 2015 2:47:58 PM

Good afternoon Justin....damp cloudy day with occasional light rain. High of 3°C/37.4°F. Studying at home for my CME next week. Have a great day.
TUrtLE1625
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Message Posted: Mar 26, 2015 8:08:19 AM

Good Morning Justin,

Signs continue.

On a taxidermist's window: "We really know our stuff."

In a podiatrist's office: "Time wounds all heels."

At a car dealership: "The best way to get back on your feet - miss a car payment."

Happy Thursday!
MidnightSun
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Message Posted: Mar 26, 2015 4:07:53 AM

Good morning Justin!

Here is the wildest clip of a tour in a bus gone wrong. (:44 sec) Everyone got out in plenty of time.

Yesterday morning's temp was only 3° (-16°C). Would like to say that is the end of it, yet it is not. Saturday night is to be almost as cold.

Slept an hour later than usual and somehow finished my rounds even a few minutes sooner than was normal. Had two slice of pizza for brekky at 3 AM. Then a few hours later has a cup of homemade soup.

Watched some Netflix shows until 6 AM then got dressed for the day. Somehow a splinter in the carpet poked thru my right foot and lodged. Got a hand held mirror, a good twisters and attempted to withdraw it.

My leg does not bend like it did before the total hip replacement surgery. Have trouble placing my rt ankle on my left knee. Tried for an hour to remove the splinter w/o success.

Finally folded thick gauze, cut a small circle out for around the splinter. At 8:30 phoned my PCP and told them of my situation. They made an opening for 11:30. Liked it much.

Waited for just 5 minutes in the waiting room Had lots of callous around the area. He did say he may have to give a local anesthesia and cut out the skin w/a scalpel to get to it.

In the end after only 10 minutes, the doc dug out the splinter w/a few tools. Did feel the probing, no blood, mild pain, no more splinter. A little bit of an alcohol, a bandage, and was out the door.

Too late for a hike and there was soreness from the digging. Ate at Subway. A foot long spicy Italian loaded w/veggies for $6 inc the tax. Have enough points added on my Subway Card for 16 free subs.

May need to have a party this summer to use up some points. 75 points = 1 free footlong. Have 1,200 points.

Yesterday's high temp reached an astounding 52° (11°C) in the afternoon. Will see a warm up this week. Some rain, perhaps more snow, then more springtime in the mtns. The road is a muddy mess w/streams of water flowing down the mtn. All part of spring in the mtns.

Off to Big Papa's Mkt in Littleton later, along w/a few visits to other stores.

The temp this morning is 39° (4°C) with the high to be 50° (10°C). 100% chance of rain is expected this afternoon.

Civil twilight is 6:09 AM EST. Night is 7:35 PM.

Sunrise: 6:38 AM. Set: 7:05 PM.

Length of day: 12h 27m. Length of visible light: 13h 25m. Tomorrow will be 3m 06s longer.

Have a fantastic day!

              : )
 
MadDogUSMC
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Message Posted: Mar 26, 2015 2:32:45 AM

Justin...hope you are having a wonderful week buddy!
attitash
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Message Posted: Mar 25, 2015 10:28:40 AM

Good morning Justin...unable to ski with rain moving in this afternoon...1/2" expected. Ski hill is closed until Friday & will be open for the final weekend of the season. Plan to take Friday off work for my last ski day of the season. Morning sun before the rain arrives with a high of 5°C/41°F. Plan to study for a CME(continuing education day) I will attend next week. Congrats on 100% on the exam. Perhaps you should be teaching the course! Have a great day.
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Message Posted: Mar 25, 2015 9:12:44 AM

Very few people in my view will shop without noting or looking for best price these days.
I do like the quality of meat and will pay more in that area, for some things.
TUrtLE1625
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Message Posted: Mar 25, 2015 8:16:53 AM

Good Morning Justin...Justin...Justin,

Signs continue.

In a non-smoking area: "If we see smoke, we will assume you are on fire and take appropriate action."

On a maternity room door: "Push. Push. Push."

At an optometrist's office: "If you don't see what you're looking for, you've come to the right place."

Happy Wednesday Justin, Justin, Justin!
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Message Posted: Mar 25, 2015 7:31:50 AM

Good morning, jjdm,

Wow! Fantastic grade on your exam! You're doing GREAT, despite your very, very busy life!

I got real excited the other day....I saw a 'scout' hummingbird! I thought this was waaaay to early for them to be back, but I guess not. I was going to get my feeder out there, but then I saw that the lows for this weekend will be below 40°, so I decided I'd wait until after that. A few more days probably won't make a difference at all.

Have a great day!
MidnightSun
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Message Posted: Mar 25, 2015 4:48:44 AM

Good morning Justin!

Have postponed Interstellar... just for now. Will finish it eventually. The biggest news of March is the stories college student have about Spring Break in PCB. It is a life long story to be told. Yes, check it out. College, work and sleep are one part of life. Yet one can never put a price on fun. It is invaluable.

Enjoyed completing my rounds early and getting in a 90 minute nap before many folks wake for the day yesterday. The low the day before was -8° (-22°C). Know spring in eventually on the way does little for me.

Forecast was to be above freezing for a change. Waited for the temp to rise by playing Star Craft for a few hours. Lots of joy commanding troops and defeating your enemies.

Left late morning when the temp was 25° (-4°C) with 3 layers, gloves, ear muffs, and a liter of water in a Nalgene bottle. Walked up the mtn to get limber and used to hiking again.

Signs of spring were observed. The frac14; of ice on the road was soft an breaking up as it was stepped on. It had that crunchy sound. The gravel road had some spring to it. Far from that solid as a block of ice feeling.

There was even a coating of mud where the sun could shine through the trees. The sun is noticeably getting higher in the sky. It reaches the above 10 o'clock position So that the sun is nearing above the tops of the trees.

No cars were seen or heard, yet a military jet flew over at 15-20,000' feet. It was not a fighter jet which is common in this area. It actually looked like the B1 Bomber. The looks and engine sound was sure different from anything seen flying in these parts.

Headed up to the 1 mile marker, past the height of land (highest point), and to the cottage by the road that the porch was stayed in during a downpour a few summer ago.

Several crows flew and cawed in the distance. Stopped to watch three juvenile blue jays flying, playing, and hopping among the tree branches. Smallest ones ever seen.

My hip felt good. My back was aching on the left side. It seldom does that. Figure those muscles need to be exercised, which will be happening more and more. Distance was 2½ miles with several hundred feet gain in elevation.

My plan is to get more and more mileage and work up to the loop road w/o getting tired. When this is achieved, it will be time to return to the mtns. The small ones at first.

The temp is 7° (-22°C) with the high to be 47° (3°C). Temps will be soaring above freezing for a few days.

Civil twilight is 6:11 AM EST. Night is 7:33 PM.

Sunrise: 6:40 AM. Set: 7:04 PM.

Length of day: 12h 23m. Length of visible light: 13h 22m. Tomorrow will be 3m 06s longer.

Have a fabulous day!

              : )
 
MadDogUSMC
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Message Posted: Mar 25, 2015 1:22:08 AM

Justin...I hope so too.....I threatened to leave for Thailand and never come back....they didn't like that too much! LOL Glad you had a short day at school!
Silverhand
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Message Posted: Mar 24, 2015 9:56:46 PM

Hello, Justin!

Sunday funnies on Tuesday:
For Better or For Worse
Pickles
Pearls Before Swine
FoxTrot
Rhymes With Orange

Have a great week!
KHF
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Message Posted: Mar 24, 2015 5:17:36 PM


Hi Justin - Congratulations on your 100% on your exam. At first I was bothered that it took so long for you to get the grade, but then read that it was an all written exam so that is good. It means he/she took the time to actually read them.
TUrtLE1625
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Message Posted: Mar 24, 2015 1:36:32 PM

Hi Again Justin,

DRAT! That's the second time I've done that. I will move one of you in my people folder so you are no longer next to each other and maybe, no promises, that will help.

CONGRATULATIONS on your perfect 100% on the Business Ethics Exam.
Are you going to frame it?

Oh well as far as Saturday goes. The good is that you will have the day left to use another time.

Enjoy a sunny Tuesday!
jjdm
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Message Posted: Mar 24, 2015 12:45:46 PM

Good afternoon, everyone!

Yesterday in Business Ethics, we continued on with our discussion of Part II of “Where Am I Wearing.” Part II was about the lives of t-shirt workers living in Honduras. Then we got back the Exam that we took on February 25th. For my first all written college exam, I got a 100%. :))))

In Managing and Behaviors in Organizations, the professor explained the two team projects that we will be completing. As for Career Planning, we got an e-mail from the professor saying that her class actually doesn’t start until March 30th. So we were done for the day.

Once I was home, I had leftover chili and then took a 2 hour nap. When I got up, I went to Al’s to visit with Jan and show her my perfect 100% on the Business Ethics Exam. Once I was back home, I posted on the forums for Professional Writing and then had the rest of the leftover chili.

I ended up getting about 8 hours of sleep. Around 8:30 am, I went to Daily Mass at church. Since then, I’ve been taking care of tasks around the house and reading Part III of “Where Am I Wearing.”

KHF, that is true. We will probably go out to eat at a restaurant and then come back to campus to work on some homework.

MadDog, hopefully things slow down for you buddy!!

Midnight, let me know how you like the final hour of Interstellar. When I get some free time, I will take a serious look at PCB. I see you continue to eat well...haha.

TUrtLE, I’m guessing you meant jjdm or Justin, not JQW. :) I decided that I would take the personal day. Though, when I was visiting with Jan, she told me how there is an Office Supervisor meeting at 1 pm on Saturday. While looking at the daily planner, I also saw for Saturday that my name was added to the schedule (a 5 pm - 11:30 pm shift). So looks like I won’t be taking the personal day.

trugasCA, I believe 75% of the slowdown is due to that. That is based off of my conversations with customers. In the summer, we will have Chicago folks that have summer homes in our area. Increased amount of people results in an increased amount of demand for groceries. Until that happens, 25% of the slowdown is due to that. These are all my estimates lol. I still remember when we first moved into this building a couple of years ago. So, so, so busy. A few weeks later, so many customers were complaining about the high prices. The result, over the next year we lost about 50% of our business to Meijer, Walmart, and Aldi. Thankfully we did get a little more competitive with our pricing and probably have gained about 10-15% of that back.

attitash, enjoy the sun today!

Good day!
attitash
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Message Posted: Mar 24, 2015 10:32:45 AM

Good morning Justin...high of only 2°C/35.6°F but with lots of sun today it feels great! Not able to ski tomorrow....rain on the way. Have a super day.
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Message Posted: Mar 24, 2015 10:09:40 AM

JJDM you are saying then that you believe the slowdown is because of higher prices than elsewhere? We have a store here that has higher prices called Raleys. It does good business, just not as busy as Safeway. Safeway is getting really high on their prices as well. I have been to Raleys once and spent $29.48. I went to Costco and spent $55 on food and more on drug items. I went to Safeway and spent $11. Shopping sale items mostly.So l bought more at the higher priced store because they had good sales. You may be onto something there. Smiles.
TUrtLE1625
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Message Posted: Mar 24, 2015 8:16:33 AM

Good Morning JQW,
Sounds to me like you need a personal day, one that you spend some time with friends, if any are available. You had a couple extra busy long days.

Signs of our times continue.

At a tire shop in Milwaukee: "Invite us to your next blowout."

At a towing company: "We don't charge an arm and a leg. We want tows."

On a taxidermist's window: "We really know our stuff."

Happy Tuesday!
MidnightSun
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Message Posted: Mar 24, 2015 5:11:33 AM

Good morning Justin!

So nice to hear from you. Thank you for explaining the way your store works when the check outs are busy. Great some baggers can use the registers as well as the grocery stockers.

In your spare time check out Panama City Beach. It is upscale and extremely popular and no doubt pricey. Great your mom and you both cook. Need to finish the final hour of Interstellar, it has my interest.

More cold and colder than the forecast. The high just barely touched the teens yesterday at 13° (-11°C). Lows each night are 2 to 4 (-16C). The prediction is after rain on Thursday, the temps will see above freezing on a regular basis. Time will tell.

Tough about the Wicked Awesome w/e Culinary Circle pizzas on sale. At 3/$10 and pies weighing in at 2 pounds, that is worth the splurge. Took the drive in 7° (14-C) to Shaw's.

Bought 2 supreme pizzas and another 2 litre bottle of Mugs root beer. Also bought crumbled feta cheese on sale 8 oz for only $3.99. Returned home and began to cook.

The two pizza's were baking for 23 minutes. The smaller crock pot, on since 9 AM, had been filled w/diced celery, carrots, onions, a tbsp of basil, and some garlic cloves.

Added a diced boneless chicken breast, mushrooms, milled flax seed, spinach, and ¼ cup of grated Romano cheese. Wheat rotini was boiled in the microwave oven to al dente. Then all added together. Had to eat some to make it all fit in the crock pot porcelain container.

Sliced the remaining boneless chicken in half added Mrs Dash, onion and garlic powder and soaked them in a beaten egg. Dropped them in spiced breadcrumbs, packing them well w/ broken oyster crackers and omitting the flour.

Fried them in evoo for about 2-3 minutes a side and added a combo of 5 graded Italian cheeses on the top of the first cooked sides.

Nuked a half pound of baby spinach and some thinly sliced baby bella mushrooms. Opened a can of medium pit-less black olives which were sliced. When the pizzas were cooked, these toppings were added and a handful of shredded cheese was added on top.

The two pizzas were returned inside the cooling off oven for a few minutes until the cheese was melted. Had a slice of pizza, a portion of the chicken cutlet and a cup of fresh made chicken noodle soup.

Late afternoon into the evening saw winds from the west at 15 to 20 mph (24 to 40km/h) with gusts up to 45 mph (72 km/h. Wind chill values as low as 17 below zero (-27C). Sure hope the power remains on in the morning.

The temp is -6° (-21°C) with the high to be 37° (3°C).

Civil twilight is 6:13 AM EST. Night is 7:32 PM.

Sunrise: 6:42 AM. Set: 7:03 PM.

Length of day: 12h 120m. Length of visible light: 13h 19m. Tomorrow will be 3m 05s longer.

Have a wonderful day!

              : )
 
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Message Posted: Mar 24, 2015 1:29:22 AM

Justin...great to hear! You do keep busy! I've been extremely busy at work! I get back and the machines have been going crazy! They have not been doing proper maintenance on them so I've been stuck fixing things as I go. I'm wore out and it's only 2 days into the work week for me!
KHF
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Message Posted: Mar 23, 2015 6:13:42 PM

Hi Justin - Those 12 hour days at school are long, but as you say, you have good friends to study with you and you should have enough time to not have to do much homework at home at all. I am glad to hear that things continue to go well.

jjdm
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Message Posted: Mar 23, 2015 11:03:54 AM

Good afternoon, everyone!

On Saturday, I worked 3:15 pm - 11:15, in the Courtesy Booth. Due to the start of a 2-day sale, we were super busy. :) I spent my shift, helping on the register/bagging, helping customers at the Courtesy Booth, running reports, and counting drawers.

In the evening, I changed the schedule a bit for some employees. I kept two cashiers over and sent a couple of baggers home early since there was a surplus of them.

In the end, we were up about 10% from what they projected and my Sales Per Labor Hours was right at 478, exactly what we are budgeted for! After work, I came home and made chicken alfredo for dinner. Mom and I enjoyed that very much. :) Then I went to sleep for about 5 hours.

On Sunday, Mom and I went to church at 7:30 am. Mass was said by our Associate Pastor and I had the opportunity to be an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion. After church, Mom and I went to Al’s to buy some things from the 2-day ad.

I worked 10 am - 6 pm. I pulled expired sale tags, filled sale items in Grocery and Dairy, worked some backstock for Dairy and Frozen, and faced part of Dairy. It was a slow day until about 1 pm. Then it picked up. There were a couple of points that I needed to help up front.

After work, I made some chili for dinner. Mom and I thought it was pretty good. Since I was very tired, I went to bed and slept for 9 hours. There was no Accounting today, so I took care of some tasks around the house.

Today at school, my Career Planning (1 credit) class starts. I will have this class until the end of the semester. It starts at 7 pm and ends at 8:15 pm. So on a normal school today, I will be there for almost 12 hours. :/ At least I have my school friends to help make the long day go better. :) Today I’ll leave for school at 10:30 am.

Farful, each day, we are writing the Sales Per Labor Hours on the weekly board in the office. My game of choice at Blue Chip is the Video Bonus Poker. Am able to make $20 last a long time and usually profit in the end.

KHF, thankfully we had a busy day on Saturday. Not sure what the numbers looked like on Sunday, but we were busy in the afternoon.

MadDog, I always try to do that everyday!

Midnight, keep in mind, when I sent four employees home early, I didn’t do it all at once. Other workers still came in after I sent home two of those four. Later in the shift, for example, there was another cashier that came in later for the dinner rush. And if I ever do get jammed, we are supposed to use the grocery workers to have them help up front. In addition, some of our baggers are trained for the register, so they can open up if necessary. Based off your pic/link, a PCB Spring Break would look like lots of fun! I thought Interstellar was amazing! Mom and I still take turns cooking.

attitash, it is snowing right now. :(

Claudie, it is snowing right now. :(

TUrtLE, Jackie mistakenly scheduled me off next Saturday. There is a shift open for me if I want it or I could just take a personal day. Will decide by Wednesday. Yes, Mom and I were able to watch the Sunday movie. Thanks for sharing it with us!

trugasCA, compared to Wal-mart, Meijer, and Aldi, our prices are higher. Whenever I talk with customers, they usually ask why our prices are so high. We had a great 2-Day ad, and bam it was busy. Now that it’s over, it will probably go back to the slow trend.

Good day!
attitash
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Message Posted: Mar 23, 2015 9:35:49 AM

Good morning Justin....sunshine today with a high of -4°C/24.8°F. Back to work after a wonderful weekend off. Not sure if my ski season is done...rain expected on Wednesday. Might take Friday off work if the weather looks good for one last day. Have a great day.
TUrtLE1625
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Message Posted: Mar 23, 2015 7:34:59 AM

Good Morning Justin,

Were you and your mom able to watch the Sunday movie?

May your have a great week, even though busy.

{{{hugs}}}
MidnightSun
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Message Posted: Mar 23, 2015 4:17:00 AM

Good morning Justin!

Bet your w/e was busy. Have an excellent week. That includes many hours of fun time each day. 8 work/fun/sleep is best. Are you cooking?

More cold and colder than the forecast. The high just barely touched the teens at 13° (-11°C). Lows each night are 2 to 4 (-16C). The prediction is after rain on Thursday, the temps will see above freezing on a regular basis. Time will tell.

Tough about the Wicked Awesome w/e Culinary Circle pizzas on sale. At 3/$10 and pies weighing in at 2 pounds, that is worth the splurge. Took the drive in 7° (14-C) to Shaw's.

Bought 2 supreme pizzas and another 2 litre bottle of Mugs root beer. Also bought crumbled feta cheese on sale 8 oz for only $3.99. Returned home and began to cook.

The two pizza's were baking for 23 minutes. The smaller crock pot, on since 9 AM, had been filled w/diced celery, carrots, onions, a tbsp of basil, and some garlic cloves.

Added a diced boneless chicken breast, mushrooms, milled flax seed, spinach, and ¼ cup of grated Romano cheese. Wheat rotini was boiled in the microwave oven to al dente. Then all added together. Had to eat some to make it all fit in the crock pot porcelain container.

Sliced the remaining boneless chicken in half added Mrs Dash, onion and garlic powder and soaked them in a beaten egg. Dropped them in spiced breadcrumbs, packing them well w/ broken oyster crackers and omitting the flour.

Fried them in evoo for about 2-3 minutes a side and added a combo of 5 graded Italian cheeses on the top of the first cooked sides.

Nuked a half pound of baby spinach and some thinly sliced baby bella mushrooms. Opened a can of medium pit-less black olives which were sliced. When the pizzas were cooked, these toppings were added and a handful of shredded cheese was added on top.

The two pizzas were returned inside the cooling off oven for a few minutes until the cheese was melted. Had a slice of pizza, a portion of the chicken cutlet and a cup of fresh made chicken noodle soup.

Late afternoon into the evening saw winds from the west at 15 to 20 mph (24 to 40km/h) with gusts up to 45 mph (72 km/h. Wind chill values as low as 17 below zero (-27C). Sure hope the power remains on in the morning.

The temp is 6° (-14°C) with the high to be 21° (-6°C). Light snow falls.

Civil twilight is 6:15 AM EST. Night is 7:31 PM.

Sunrise: 6:44 AM. Set: 7:02 PM.

Length of day: 12h 17m. Length of visible light: 13h 15m. Tomorrow will be 3m 06s longer.

Have a pleasant day!

              : )
 
MadDogUSMC
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Message Posted: Mar 23, 2015 1:24:18 AM

Justin..hope you had a great Sunday!
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Message Posted: Mar 22, 2015 12:11:28 PM

jjdm, l am all ears. What is your guess as to reason for slowdown? End of month?
As to cut backs and people being able to budget for lower income, l disagree with that. What can you do? No movies or extra gas? I don't go and don't use much gas. My rent went up a dollar more than the social security went up. That is ok but also a lot of other stuff went up and that puts me in a hole. Only thing left to cut back on is eating , eating goes first. Glad l keep my freezer stocked.
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Message Posted: Mar 22, 2015 8:13:55 AM

Good Morning Justin,
You say this weeks schedule contains a lot of cuts. Does that include you?
Good that you were able to work into some fun, too.

Your Sunday movie is entitled God's Beauty by Glenna M. Baugh.

You might want to substitute the word "Spring" for "Summer" as you're reading the text.

Look around you. May you be blessed as you view God's beautiful handiwork.
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Message Posted: Mar 22, 2015 8:07:38 AM

Good morning, jjdm,

It's raining right now, and it's supposed to continue through the rest of this day, all the way 'til tomorrow evening. Good thing there's nothing special I have planned for these next 2 days! We DO need the rain, though; it brings up the water table AND it keeps the pollen down...well, at least for a few more days. :)

Have a great day!
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Message Posted: Mar 22, 2015 7:20:55 AM

Good morning Justin...off to the ski hill for the last potential ski day of the season(already)....rain expected Wednesday. Sunny day ahead with a high of -6°C/21.2°F feeling like -13°C/8.6°F with the wind chill...not real spring like conditions but we did receive 5cm/2" of fresh snow overnight. Hope things pick up at the store. Have a great day.
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Message Posted: Mar 22, 2015 5:07:42 AM

Good morning Justin!

When sending four people home early... What happens if the store is suddenly jammed? Think it take more than you to cover, eh?

If you and friends go to PCB during the official spring break. The place will be just like this. More than a thousand young women itching for fun! Book your stay at the Holiday Inn. It is quite possible Hop Sing will be the cook Know the vacay will cost plenty.

Saw some of my fave TV Shows on Netflix after my posts yesterday morning. Really liking the script writings of Season 13 of Law & Order: SVU. Looking forward to the remaining three seasons with Kelli Giddish portraying Det Amanda Rollins in more scenes. The current cast has developed a tremendous rapport with the other members.

Another hour of the epic movie "Interstellar" was seen which is 2 hrs 49 min in total. Will see it in three shifts. 3 hours is much too long to be sitting down watching one movie. Thought of checking my mail and visiting Shaw's, which was done.

Bought some Mugs root beer for 88¢ for 2 litres, mainly since it was on sale and one rec'd two Monopoly tix. My game sheet it is mostly filled of each of the tix needed to win except the last ones. Naturally.

Did get a two fer instant win tix twice. Two extra games tix for the purchase and found three more left on the bank counter.

Stopped at the PO to pay my $34 for 6 months rent having a box. Returned home to finish the last thawed pork sirloin roast ground into burger w/a side of cooked red bell peppers, onions, and baby bella mushrooms. Added some Mrs Dash and 6 Italian shredded cheese for dinner.

Rain was forecast as a 50% chance in the afternoon. Saw hours of sun before overcast arrived. The evening's forecast into this morning is up to 3" of snow. Also with strong winds. This can always mean a power outage.

Northwest winds 15 to 25 mph (24 to 40km/h) with gusts up to 45 mph (72 km/h). Wind chill values as low as 16 below (-27C).

Strong wind advisory until 8 PM EDT this evening

The temp is 21° (-6°C) dropping to 15° (-9°C). Light snow falls.

Civil twilight is 6:17 AM EST. Night is 7:29 PM.

Sunrise: 6:50 AM. Set: 7:00 PM.

Length of day: 12h 14m. Length of visible light: 13h 12m. Tomorrow will be 3m 06s longer.

Have a splendid day!

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[Edited by: MidnightSun at 3/22/2015 5:09:50 AM EST]
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Message Posted: Mar 22, 2015 12:51:01 AM

Justin...You should! Life is short! You should live it to the fullest buddy!
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Message Posted: Mar 21, 2015 5:54:42 PM

Hi Justin - I do understand the stores having to balance the profits against expenses and it is good that often they can let the workers know ahead of time if there are cuts. It sounds as if they a pretty fair about rotating somewhat so the employees share the cuts.
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Message Posted: Mar 21, 2015 4:05:58 PM

Good afternoon jjdm and All!
 
jj, That sounds like a good job calculating the sales per labor hours for the prior day. Sending people home early may not be the best job for appreciation though.
Are you constructing graphs to support your results?
 
$8.75 is nice money to be ahead at the Blue Chip Casino. Have not been wagering much money at the casinos this year. My favorite Isle of Capri Casino took away my gold card status. I missed out on the $25 food coupon there this month. I lost my discount of $2 per meal at the buffet also. Casinos are tightening up their belts.
 
Have a sensational Saturday!
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Message Posted: Mar 21, 2015 1:38:18 PM

Good afternoon, everyone!

On Friday, Mom worked 9 am - 3 pm, bagging at Al’s Karwick. I worked 10 am - 6 pm, in the Courtesy Booth. Front-End Manager and I calculated the sales per labor hours for the prior day. Turns out for Thursday, we were actually 30 above what we needed ($500 compared to at least $477). Bravo!

At 11:30 am, the Front-End Manager left to attend a Front-End meeting at corporate. So I watched over the service counter for the rest of my shift. Sadly, it was another slow day. I ended up sending four people home early, saving a total of 8.5 hours.

After work, Mom and I went to the Fish Fry at our church. Meal was very good!! Then I took care of some tasks around the house.

Around 8 pm, Ian met me at my house (he came from Valparaiso University) so him, my Mom, and I could go to Blue Chip Casino. Played another round of Bonus Video Poker and in the end I cashed out with a profit of $8.75! Then we all came back to my house and relaxed. Also practiced different strategies for Bonus Video Poker on an online practice site.

After about 7 hours of sleep, I got ready and called the radio station to give my gas prediction. Then I took care of some tasks around the house, ran an errand, and worked on some homework for Professional Writing class. For Writing Assignment Eight, I had to write about what was discussed in our textbook in regards to Biased and Sexist Language.

KHF, next week’s schedule has lots of cuts. But at least the employees know what their hours are going to be and can plan for the reduced income. Over this past week, they were scheduled the normal amount of hours and then lost some due to unplanned cuts.

MadDog, then I shall go to PCB!

Midnight, if PCB looks like the picture you shared a few days ago, then I shall definitely enjoy the vacation! I do know that Ian and I would love to go on a vacation. Had one potential place; now I have two. Las Vegas and PCB. Good that you got that $17 back!

attitash, always nice to ski and have a tan.

Claudie, still waiting for the Spring like temperatures. ;)

trugasCA, two checkers plus 4 Self-Checkout lanes. Constantly needed an extra person (a stocker or office person) to open up a third checkout lane. Instead, we could have kept the third cashier since there were enough customers to keep three checkers busy. Front-End Manager and I calculated sales per worker hours for that day and I was right since we were $30 over what we needed. So keeping that third checker an extra hour would have been okay to do. As for the big slowdown, I asked the manager for his opinion on why. He had no answer. I have a guess as to why though.

TUrtLE, Assistant Manager is enforcing the $477 budgeted rule (see my update). Though on Thursday, we cut too much. So that’s why all of the employees, including me, seemed worn out. Happy Spring!

Good day!

[Edited by: jjdm at 3/21/2015 1:38:27 PM EST]
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Message Posted: Mar 21, 2015 8:41:57 AM

Good morning Justin....cloudy day with wet snow & rain(more rain than snow). High of 4°C/39.2°F. Not skiing today....do not like the idea of getting wet although skiing is good in the rain. Have a great day.
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Message Posted: Mar 21, 2015 4:52:57 AM

Good morning Justin!

PCB = Panama City Beach, Florida, Thousands of single young gals looking for you!

Another morning that beat the temp predictions. We saw -9° (-23°C) in this area yesterday. Even broke the 2007 -4°F (-20°C) record. Light snow tonight, then more cold for 3 more days. Know that in a week the mtns will soak in the sun, warm up, and begin its snow melt.

My mail in banking was cleared in the Boston checking account. Needed to pay for the final two kero 5 gallon cans put on Lowe's credit card last month. They offer 5% off list price and no interest if paid in 30 days. Helps my FICO Score and it uses their money for up to 40 days.

Walked the inside perimeter of the store 3x just for the exercise. Lots of strangers said hello. Think my ball team t and jacket helped break down the wall. Many associated of the store asked me in mid steps if they could help me.

"Just looking and getting some exercise in the store," was my answer. Did peak at lots of construction products. Lots of new items on the market. Also the prices are at least dbl what they were when last working w/the tools.

Paid off the balance, spoke to the lady that runs the outdoor (Flower Dept), then drove to Shaw's. Shaw's was filled well w/customers. Would say many are doing their weekly shopping and getting a few extras for this w/e's mini snow storm.

Bought some Mugs Root Beer that offers an extra Monopoly game ticket, no fat cottage cheese on sale for $1.99 a lb that is $2.02 everyday in WM, and bought one pleasing 33 oz Culinary Cuisine supreme pizza for $3.34.

Also had a the so called instant winner Monopoly ticket that gave me two more game tickets. Know this over "$80,000,000 in prizes" nat'l game is a come on, yet it is true, if one does not play, one can not win.

Did some shopping at Big Papa's Produce Mkt while driving by the pace. It was also nicely jammed w/customers. Bought some asparagus for $1.88 a lb, broccoli crowns for $1.59 a lb, and a pound of spinach for $3.

Hightailed it home to bake the pizza. Cooked spinach and baby bella mushrooms in the microwave. Jazzed up the pizza w/these two topping then added a generous handful of shredded mozzarella cheese on top.

Had a ¼ of the pizza and a hearty slice of coconut three layer cake for dessert. No ice cream was added. Want to save that for a more appropriate moment. A root beer float come to mind.

The temp is 16° (-8°C). The high is to be 43° (6°C).

Civil twilight is 6:20 AM EST. Night is 7:27 PM.

Sunrise: 6:49 AM. Set: 6:58 PM.

Length of day: 12h 08m. Length of visible light: 13h 06m. Tomorrow will be 3m 06s longer.

Have a tremendous day!

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Message Posted: Mar 20, 2015 8:26:10 AM

Good Morning Justin,

Makes no sense cutting folks, but I would guess it has to do with the bottom line. Could it be coming down from upper management?

The amount you eat reminds me of the step son (Cal son) when he was your age and came to visit. Could he eat a lot.

Welcome to spring!!

On this first day of spring Jonathan Living Seagull is "doing yoga in alignment with his inner spiritual visioning."
Photo posted on the County web site by Ken Gagne.

Have a Fantastic Friday!
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Message Posted: Mar 20, 2015 8:23:04 AM

Steady stream of customers, but how many checkers? If only one or two, then the boss has credibility to send workers home. But wonder why the big slowdown?
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Message Posted: Mar 20, 2015 8:17:15 AM

Good morning, jjdm,

Aaahhh! Spring is just about here, 'officially' arriving tonight at 6:45 P.M. EDT. I know lots of people are happy to see this day; now let's see if the weather cooperates! :)

Have a great day!
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Message Posted: Mar 20, 2015 6:37:44 AM

Good morning Justin....off to the ski hill soon....working on my goggle tan! Have a super day.
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Message Posted: Mar 20, 2015 4:27:44 AM

Good morning Justin!

You and your friend would adore a few days down in Spring Break Country. If you don't swim, there are plenty of young gals that are on the beaches w/bikinis. It is okay to look. They would be angry if you did not. PCB is The Place. Check out the Holiday Inn.

Now live away from hurricane alley. have the bitter cold and extra snow to deal with. Still safer than playing in hurricanes. Nice to read your post. Mgmt cutting hours means revenue is below expectations. The proof is they are doing this when busy. C U soon.

Yesterday morning's temp exceeded the low of 6° (-14°C) the forecast predicted. It was -5° (-21°C) at 7 AM just as the drive to Littleton was made to Big Papa's Mkt and a few of the other stores.

Thankfully the homemade windshield solution made all winter worked perfectly to prevent any frost on the windows of the car. Did not it freezes solid at 33 below zero. It does well down to about 20 below.

Bought at the market price of each week were giant cantaloupes $1.75 ea, minneolas 3/$2, asparagus $1.88 a lb, cukes 60¢, Blackberries half pints (5.6 oz) $2, baby bella 10 oz pks for $2.25, green leaf lettuce for $1.38, and garlic, 5 bulbs for $1.50.

This w/e prices at Big Papa's Mkt are found here. Click on "See more..." for some of this week's prices.

Bought a couple items at WM. Best price was the Great value brand 1 lb box of corn starch. Went net door to Shaw's for A Pepperidge Farm Coconut cake for $3.34, friendly's Black Raspberry Ice Cream $2.50 of 1.5 quarts (1.42 litres), and point cut corned beef brisket, last day at $1.97 a lb.

Visited my Credit Union and had a check drafted for my propane delivery on Mar 13. Drive home to drop off the groceries purchased and to try a slice of the great Coconut cake. It just as remembered... and even more fabulous w/2 scoops of black raspberry ice cream.

Stopped at my Lancaster P.O. for almost a weeks worth of mail, went to Shaw's to buy linguine on sale @ 88¢ a lb, really to get another monopoly game piece. Figure that if one doesn't play, one can not win.

Then went in the propane co's office. Walked to the office mgr and said," I'm here to negotiate your surrender," w/a straight face. Explained there is a discrepancy on the computer generated ticket cost per gallon and that the driver crossed it out and juiced it.

Used police interrogation techniques to wear out the fellow by asking as many Q's as possible and repeating the same Q's by asking them just a little bit different. Several times.

He was extra nice and attentive, especially after several of the trade's nomenclature was used. Wanted him to realize that crossing out the ticket cost is completely unacceptable, and knew the ins and out of terms such as "bsl," which is base sub level, the annual amount of product used in 1 year that determines what customers pay.

In the end he offered me 11¢ a gallon less than the home office quoted me last Friday. Saved $17 which was asked for a check refund, not a credit on my account for 7-8 months. For me it always pays to Q the price and ask for a lower cost.

Returned home to watch Hector "Macho" Camacho fight "Sugar" Ray Leonard in a 15 round fabulous boxing match. Then saw Leonard fight "Marvelous" Marvin Hagler for the Middle Weight Championship of the World (9:27) at Caesars Palace on the 16th of April in 1987. Non stop boxing action for 15 amazing rounds.

The temp is -6° (-21°C). The high is to be 25° (-4°C).

Civil twilight is 6:20 AM EST. Night is 7:27 PM.

Sunrise: 6:49 AM. Set: 6:58 PM.

Length of day: 12h 08m. Length of visible light: 13h 06m. Tomorrow will be 3m 06s longer.

Have a delightful day!

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[Edited by: MidnightSun at 3/20/2015 4:31:16 AM EST]
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Message Posted: Mar 20, 2015 12:33:41 AM

Justin...I think PCB is nicer than Daytona! The sand and water is much prettier and the beach much cleaner. I think it's taken over as the beach to go to in Florida.
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Message Posted: Mar 20, 2015 12:20:46 AM

Hi Justin - Thank you, it is great to be back.

Jerking around with people’s schedules that much is not good management practices. It makes it hard for people to plan when it is last minute and of course the loss of pay hits hard.
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Message Posted: Mar 19, 2015 11:15:47 PM

Good evening, everyone!

For the most part, my Spring Break is done since I work Thursday - Sunday. Earlier today, I did get an oil change for my car. Also did some homework and read Part II of “Where Am I Wearing.”

Mom worked today, working 9 am - 5 pm, bagging at Al’s Karwick.

Later on, I worked a 2:30 pm - 9:30 pm, cashing at Al’s Franklin. The bosses want lots of cuts to hours, so they kept sending people home. There was a constant flow of customers, making it a very tiring shift. Though, the bosses said that there should have been more people sent home early. ???

Anyways, for dinner, Mom and I are having leftover chicken with rice.

MadDog, now that would be a fun Spring Break (Panama City Beach)!

KHF, great to see you back!! :)

Midnight, will see if any friends are able to/are interested in that vacation. That would be pretty sweet! Hurricanes and staying in the basement do not sound like fun. I see it’s very cold in your area as well.

attitash, yay for the weekend!

TUrtLE, I always love to eat. :-) Nice to meet you Pancake!

Good day!
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Message Posted: Mar 19, 2015 8:09:10 AM

Good Morning Justin,
Sounds good, especially all ths food. Can sure tell what is near and dear to your heart, that 4 letter word, food.

Oregon's Wildlife Safari announces the birth of a new cheetah cub.
Notice the claws on the cheetah born February 28th.

The cub was born from a genetically valuable male (Roble) and female (Sage).

Safari officials explain that Sage was not able to produce enough milk to support the cub and as a result, the staff took the cub exclusively into their care at a week old and have been hand raising it around the clock since.

The cub is now named Pancake, which cheetahs often resemble when they lay extremely flat along the ground.

Pancake will soon be joined by a puppy companion who will be named Dayo, meaning “joy arrives” in Afrikaans.

Happy Day before Spring!
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Message Posted: Mar 19, 2015 6:57:09 AM

Good morning Justin....nice sunny day ahead with a high of 1°C/33.8°F. One more work day & then the weekend!!! Have a great day.
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Message Posted: Mar 19, 2015 4:18:12 AM

Good morning Justin!

Love that your professor is teaching the students to think. Prolific thinking is super. As is progressive thinking. Makes a much better life.

Talk up a week in Fla on Spring break w/your friends. Organize a few days or a week there and get a place this year for next year. The more the merrier!

Used to have many more hurricanes when a kid in Boston. My three family house had my parents, grandparents and aunt hubby and 2 kids at the time. Lots of boring hours hanging in the basement waiting for the storms to pass. Lots of food storage. Tools of any kitchen back then.

Got very antsy late yesterday morning. Bundled up w/three layers of clothes and ventured outside. The temp was 12° (-11°C). The wind was a bitter 19.6 mph (31.5 km/h). The wind chill was down to 1° (-17°C).

My cheeks felt like pins were striking it as the steady NW wind cut right through my face at noontime. To have to return to my house for a face mask on a mid March would be to accept defeat and remain inside.

Walked south, up the mountain road, in the fresh fallen snow of the past two days. Waves of snow ripped off the banks of the road from one side to another. Tiny snow drifts accumulated quickly.

The tall trees were now bare of there former coats of snow. The powerful wind stripping them, making several creep and dance in the wind. Some trees gave off loud cracks as the strong wind tested there strength.

Three crows flew overhead and soared playfully using the winds to guide them. It seemed they took advantage of not needing motion to fly. Just go w/the flow — to follow the wind wherever it took them.

My face was feeling like it was burning from the steady bitter wind as the custom log cabin was reached. The wind howled, the trees rocked, and the snow flew intensely like a raging blizzard.

Turned around and headed home. Surely there will be many better days to enjoy a walk than fight the elements. A mere mile, maybe 100 ft of elevation gain, yet getting into the spirit of being outside.

Saw Mike Tyson's final fight where he was TKO'ed at the end of the 6th round and did not answer the bell for the 7th. In his interview he admitted he lost the desire to fight alonmg w/his animal instyinct he once had. It was just a payday to him.

After watching 2 & 3 pinches and Tyson holding on, it was close to pitiful. Saw the exciting Tommy Hearns vs Sugar Ray Leonard battle for the undisputed Welterweight Championship of the World (full fight 57:27. Rd 6 turns the tide. Leonard has a 14th Rd TKO) on Sept 16, 1981.

Sugar Ray Leonard vs Thomas Hearns II . 15 Rd highlights (8:22) Total war. 1989 Fight of the year.

These men were true boxing warriers. They traded hard hitting, meaningful punches throughout the bout. Like a real boxing match should always be.

Then watched some Twilight Zone, Sons of Anarchy, The Walking Dead, The Andy Griffin Show (Mayberry!), and Everyone Loves Raymond.

Will be heading to Littleton to buy some deals at the mkt and shop at other stores.

The temp is 7° (-14°C). The high is to be 24° (-4°C).

Civil twilight is 6:22 AM EST. Night is 7:26 PM.

Sunrise: 6:51 AM. Set: 6:57 PM.

Length of day: 12h 05m. Length of visible light: 13h 03m. Tomorrow will be 3m 06s longer.

Have a fantastic day!

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Message Posted: Mar 19, 2015 12:44:27 AM

Hi Justin - Good to hear that your spring break is going well and you are getting some relaxing and fun times. I am glad I am able to get back to visiting again.
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Message Posted: Mar 19, 2015 12:34:25 AM

Justin...yup....still trying to get readjusted from vacation.....Florida spring break? Oh....where you thinking of going? Panama City Beach?
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