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Old 07-31-2012, 07:27 PM
 
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How Montanan are You?
My score was 49%....pretty good for living here a total of four years.
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Old 07-31-2012, 07:50 PM
 
Location: Brendansport, Sagitta IV
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"The fancy computer calculations state you are 58% true Montanny-an"
Guess that ain't too bad for having been gone 28 years and about half the questions referring to places I ain't never been to!
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Old 07-31-2012, 08:25 PM
 
Location: Phenix City, Alabama
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ahahahah I got :
The fancy computer calculations state you are 28% true Montanny-an

Not bad. If you're a native, you must have been sleepy or somehow or another otherwise psych altered... could happen.

Never herd of half of any of it.. and I haven't even been here a year yet.
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Old 07-31-2012, 09:18 PM
 
Location: Where the mountains touch the sky
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LOL..77% "if you are a Native Montanan, be proud to show it"

That was interesting, some tricky questions in that one. I couldn't remember if the 12 license plate was Lewistown or Havre, and a couple of others
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Old 07-31-2012, 10:10 PM
 
Location: Brendansport, Sagitta IV
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I did a little better on the other quiz...
How native Montanan are you?

Quote:
You are a 76% true Montanan.
GOOD JOB. YOU ARE (PROBABLY...) A BIG SKY COUNTRY NATIVE. (Now I'm hoping that all of the highest scores added up to between 85 and 100 points... if not, then...) You are a native Montanan through-and-through! Either that or you read the encyclopedia...
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Old 08-01-2012, 05:28 AM
 
Location: Phenix City, Alabama
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Hi again.
It's a little after 5 am here and I haven't been to bed yet. Mom was supposed to go have a sleep study done on the 9th of Aug but they called yesterday and said there had been a cancellation and wanted to know if she could come in that night. So.. thats where my mom went.
While she has been gone I have managed to weed eat half of the yard, wash n dry n put away dishes, sweep and mop kitchen, vacuum whole house, scrub bathroom, clean off back porch, re-arrange a few things, and have been up doing the laundry. I have the last load in the dryer now.
Mom usually does the laundry. She likes things folded a certain way... well, I decided I'd beat her to it this time. LOL
If she wants to re-fold some items.. that's okay.. at least she doesn't have to do all of the laundry.
Will finish the yard tomorrow. At least the house will be nice and clean and she wont have anything to do but rest.
The land lady cut the grass yesterday so all I have to do is use the trimmer where the mower didnt get.
Mom's doc called yesterday also with the lab results... it definitely was a kidney infection that she had. Since she hasn't really felt like eating much these past few days due to the infection I decided to fix her something for dinner that I know she really likes.
I made sausage gravy and home made biscuits, fried pork chops, and fried eggs... that's what we had for dinner.
Mom finished her whole plate! First full meal she had eaten in a week. Can tell she is feeling better. At least she went in for the sleep study with a nice full tummy.
Not much else going on. Just waiting for the last load of laundry to dry then I will lie down for a little bit. Mom will probably come home about time I get to sleeping good. Boy will she be surprised.
Hope everyone has a great day. See you later!
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Old 08-01-2012, 08:27 AM
 
Location: Brendansport, Sagitta IV
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So, MaB, when can I get you to come do my house?
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Old 08-01-2012, 09:23 AM
 
Location: NW Montana
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The fancy computer calculations state you are 71% true Montanny-an
71%*Very good job. If you are a native, you act like it. If you are a transplant, I'm impressed.
Now... GET BACK TO WORK.
Quiz URL: How Montanan are You?

You are a 97% true Montanan.
You are a native Montanan through-and-through! Either that or you read the encyclopedia.
(hm, am now wondering if all of the highest scores add up to between 85 and 100 points... people might never see this score description.)
Quiz URL: How native Montanan are you?



Phtttttt! I spent most of my life in the Midwest.

mg
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Old 08-01-2012, 12:53 PM
 
Location: Spots Wyoming
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Figured I'd give it a shot. It was interesting and fun.

The fancy computer calculations state you are 48% true Montanny-an

Not bad! You got half or almost half of the points. Still, no cigar. Maybe drive around the state more... or have your eyes open when others are behind the wheel.
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Old 08-01-2012, 06:51 PM
 
Location: Phenix City, Alabama
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Cooked dinner.. hamburger steak, tater logs, and peas n carrots.. and margarita flavored Crystal light to drink.
Did a little more in the yard with the weedeater.. and I am now taking a break... but my forearms feel like they are still holding that blasted weed eater. LOL It's one of those cordless kind so I am having to wait for the battery to charge so I can do some more. Those cordless kind are okay if you use it on a regular basis and for light trimming... but heck... I am having to cut the whole fenced in part of the back yard with it... and in some spots that grass is like a jungle!
Stupid dog! He wanted to run at the weed eater so I had to put him in the house. I was so tempted to let him grab hold of the darn thing... he wouldnt have done it but once... but knowing my luck it would have hurt him bad enough to have needed stitches.
He has really gotten hard to handle lately.. he needs his attitude adjusted... snip snip. Last week I went to move him off the bed and he snarled and went for my face... I'm like WTH!!??? (and NO.. he was not sleeping and I did not startle him) clocked him a good one on his nose too!
Now I do not let him on the bed. And when I give him his treats... or his food.. I pretend that I am eating it first... then I make him wait for his. That has kinda put him in his place. But bring out a water hose and he goes crazy! He loves water!! I have to put him on the porch or in the house to water the plants. LOL

@ Rez... 10 dollars and hour... where ya at?? ahahahahah

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