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Old 06-23-2011, 05:07 AM
 
Location: NE Florida
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Good morning everyone
Happy Thursday

Woo hoo they are calling for 60% chance of rain today this should help with the smoke & wildfires

Before I head off to do my rain dance


Today's Question(s):

What is your favorite cut when it comes to Steak ?

For those that don't eat red meat:

What is your favorite part of Chicken ?

If you don't eat meat:

What is your favorite fish ?

ok so I don't forget anyone,if you eat none of the above:

How do you like your Tofu ?

p.s. feel free to answer all of the above if you want


Bonus Question:
Inspired by a suggestion from LauraC

Have you ever been to movie that was so crowed you had to stand in the back watching ?

Which of the following have or would attend knowing you may have to stand because it was so crowded:
Concert ?
Sporting event ?
Church ?
Graduation ?
Air Show ?
Other ?


Extra Credit Question:


Last Contract you signed ?


Just for Fun:

When doing something online and the "little box" of terms & agreements pops up that you have to check before continuing

Do you:
Read it completely before checking the box ?
or
Just scroll through to the bottom and check the box ?



Today in History:

1784 - 1st U.S. balloon flight, 13 year old Edward Warren
1776 - Final draft of Declaration of Independence submitted to U.S. Congress
1860 - U.S. Secret Service created
1868 - Typewriter Patented
1938 - Marineland opens in Florida
1979 - Rock group, the Knack releases "My Sharona"
1979 - Charlie Daniels Band releases "Devil Went Down to Georgia"
1980 - "David Letterman Show," debuts on NBC-TV daytime


Word of the Day:
jujitsu \joo-JIT-soo\ , noun;
1. The ability to accomplish a task with no apparent effort or resistance.
2. Method developed in Japan of defending oneself without the use of weapons by using the strength and weight of an adversary to disable him.



Today is:

National Pecan Sandy Day
Typewriter Day
National Pink Day
Let It Go Day
Yo-Yo Day
Public Service Day
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Old 06-23-2011, 05:10 AM
 
Location: Funky Town
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Good morning everyone
happy thursday




today's question(s):

what is your favorite cut when it comes to steak ? rib eye

For those that don't eat red meat:

What is your favorite part of chicken ?leg or wing!

If you don't eat meat:
What is your favorite fish ?bass, talapia, mahi-mahi, salmon, tuna.

Ok so i don't forget anyone,if you eat none of the above:

How do you like your tofu ? stir fried or in hot & sour soup

P.s. Feel free to answer all of the above if you want


bonus question:
inspired by a suggestion from laurac

have you ever been to movie that was so crowed you had to stand in the back watching ?no way!

Which of the following have or would attend knowing you may have to stand because it was so crowded:
Concert ?
Sporting event ?
Church ?
Graduation ?
Air show ?
Other ?Nothing, I would leave before I would have to stand!


extra credit question:


last contract you signed ?


just for fun:

when doing something online and the "little box" of terms & agreements pops up that you have to check before continuing

do you:
Read it completely before checking the box ?
Or
just scroll through to the bottom and check the box ?



today in history:


1979 - rock group, the knack releases "my sharona"
1979 - charlie daniels band releases "devil went down to georgia"




today is:

national pecan sandy day
typewriter day
national pink day
let it go day
yo-yo day
public service day


Have a wonderul day y'all!:

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Old 06-23-2011, 05:13 AM
 
Location: Australia
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Today's Question(s):

What is your favorite cut when it comes to Steak ?
Rib Eye Fillet - rare please, just 2 minutes each side

For those that don't eat red meat:

What is your favorite part of Chicken ?
Legs

If you don't eat meat:

What is your favorite fish ?
Almost any fish is wonderful... except little weeny ones with lots of bones

ok so I don't forget anyone,if you eat none of the above:

How do you like your Tofu ?
On someone else's plate

p.s. feel free to answer all of the above if you want


Bonus Question:
Inspired by a suggestion from LauraC

Have you ever been to movie that was so crowed you had to stand in the back watching ?
No - I don't go to the movies often, but usually you're lucky if there's 20 people in there.

Which of the following have or would attend knowing you may have to stand because it was so crowded:
Concert ?
Yes, if I like the star of the show
Sporting event ?
Nope (I'd rather watch it on TV)
Church ?
Nope
Graduation ?
Only if it was a graduation for a nearest or dearest
Air Show ?
Nope
Other ? Live music in a blues bar -
yup!


Extra Credit Question:


Last Contract you signed ?
Would have been a lease for someone renting my house, some years ago.


Just for Fun:

When doing something online and the "little box" of terms & agreements pops up that you have to check before continuing

Do you:
Read it completely before checking the box ?
Not usually (unless it something where I'm likely to be required to part with some money... and even then I usually just scan it).
or
Just scroll through to the bottom and check the box ?
Usually this if no money is involved.

Happy Thursday to all!


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Old 06-23-2011, 05:18 AM
 
Location: NE Florida
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Today's Question(s):

What is your favorite cut when it comes to Steak ?
Filet followed by strip steak

For those that don't eat red meat:

What is your favorite part of Chicken ?
White meat cooked very very well done lol I am talking fork bending well done

If you don't eat meat:

What is your favorite fish ?
One still swimming in the ocean,that stays there

ok so I don't forget anyone,if you eat none of the above:

How do you like your Tofu ?
My wonderful friend who is from Japan keeps trying to get me to try Tofu so I made a deal with her,if she tries rice pudding I will try tofu
Doesn't look like either will be happening

p.s. feel free to answer all of the above if you want


Bonus Question:
Inspired by a suggestion from LauraC

Have you ever been to movie that was so crowed you had to stand in the back watching ? No, but then again I am not a big movie theater person

Which of the following have or would attend knowing you may have to stand because it was so crowded:
Concert ? Depends on who is preforming
Sporting event ?
Church ?
Graduation ?
Air Show ? I have done this the Blue Angels were preforming
Other ?


Extra Credit Question:

Last Contract you signed ?

Closing papers for my bosses house



Just for Fun:

When doing something online and the "little box" of terms & agreements pops up that you have to check before continuing

Do you:
Read it completely before checking the box ?
or
Just scroll through to the bottom and check the box ?
This for 2 reasons
1. It is Bank or something similar I have had previous business with
2. Even with my glasses the print is pretty tiny
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Old 06-23-2011, 05:22 AM
 
Location: Florida (SW)
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Today's Question(s):

What is your favorite cut when it comes to Steak ? A thick cut of Angus Sirloin.

What is your favorite part of Chicken ? (I do eat red meat.....but I also like chicken thigh or other dark meat. )

What is your favorite fish? Haddock

ok so I don't forget anyone,if you eat none of the above:

How do you like your Tofu ? I love fresh tofu.....either lightly sauted or sliced raw and served with soy sauce and bonita flakes.

Bonus Question:
Inspired by a suggestion from LauraC

Have you ever been to movie that was so crowed you had to stand in the back watching ?
Never and it won't happen.
Extra Credit Question:

Last Contract you signed ? bank papers


Thank you Karla for the Question of the Day. and your second red capped star is looking pretty spiffy!
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Old 06-23-2011, 05:37 AM
 
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Good morning, Karla, and congratulations on the new star! Thought I'd stop by while the eggs cook and say hello. We'll see how far I get before breakfast is ready.

Today's Question(s):

What is your favorite cut when it comes to Steak?


Depends on how hungry I am - most of the time, I prefer a small fillet or tenderloin, but every once in a while I go for a NY Strip.

For those that don't eat red meat:

What is your favorite part of Chicken?


That depends on how it's cooked. If I'm eating just a piece of chicken cooked by itself, I prefer the white meat. If I'm eating chicken-bacon-mushroom pot pie, I'd rather have it made with thigh meat.

If you don't eat meat:

What is your favorite fish?


I love most kinds of fish, but I'm especially fond of salmon. Particularly as sushi!

ok so I don't forget anyone,if you eat none of the above:

How do you like your Tofu?


I love Ma Po Tofu (a Chinese dish that's usually quite hot) and I like using fried tofu mixed in with most stir-fries.

p.s. feel free to answer all of the above if you want

As hungry as I am right now, I sure did!

Bonus Question:
Inspired by a suggestion from LauraC

Have you ever been to movie that was so crowed you had to stand in the back watching?


Never. But then, it's also been about 20 years since I've been to any movie at all, so I'm probably not a good person to ask.

Which of the following have or would attend knowing you may have to stand because it was so crowded:
Concert?
Sporting event?
Church?
Graduation?
Air Show?
Other?


I don't do well with standing under any circumstances. If it was my kid graduating and there was absolutely no place to sit, I'd manage that, but none of the rest.

Extra Credit Question:

Last Contract you signed?


That was probably one of the hotel contracts for next year's convention.

Just for Fun:

When doing something online and the "little box" of terms & agreements pops up that you have to check before continuing

Do you:
Read it completely before checking the box?
or
Just scroll through to the bottom and check the box?


I at least glance through it all. I read pretty fast, so it doesn't take me long.
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Old 06-23-2011, 05:43 AM
 
Location: Airports all over the world
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Today's Question(s):

What is your favorite cut when it comes to Steak ?
Flank Steak. Cut it into strips. Marinate in a good homemade teriyaki sauce. Cook on the BBQ.

For those that don't eat red meat:

What is your favorite part of Chicken ?
Fried chicken livers...Yum

If you don't eat meat:

What is your favorite fish ?
I like most all fish. What I really like is shellfish...Alaskan Jumbo Red King Crab. Won't turn my nose up at scallops

ok so I don't forget anyone,if you eat none of the above:

How do you like your Tofu ?
In the trash

p.s. feel free to answer all of the above if you want


Bonus Question:
Inspired by a suggestion from LauraC

Have you ever been to movie that was so crowed you had to stand in the back watching ?
Do not recall that ever happening

Which of the following have or would attend knowing you may have to stand because it was so crowded:
Concert ? Maybe
Sporting event ? Could happen
Church ?
Graduation ? Yes
Air Show ? Ding ding ding...We have a winner
Other ?


Extra Credit Question:

Last Contract you signed ?
Probably a car loan many years ago.

Just for Fun:

When doing something online and the "little box" of terms & agreements pops up that you have to check before continuing

Do you:
Read it completely before checking the box ? Sometimes
or
Just scroll through to the bottom and check the box ? The rest of the time
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Old 06-23-2011, 05:47 AM
 
Location: Orlando
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Good morning all!

Today's Question(s):

What is your favorite cut when it comes to Steak ? Filet

For those that don't eat red meat:

What is your favorite part of Chicken ? Breast or wing.

If you don't eat meat:

What is your favorite fish ? Catfish!

ok so I don't forget anyone,if you eat none of the above:

How do you like your Tofu ? In the garbage disposal

p.s. feel free to answer all of the above if you want


Bonus Question:
Inspired by a suggestion from LauraC

Have you ever been to movie that was so crowed you had to stand in the back watching ? No

Which of the following have or would attend knowing you may have to stand because it was so crowded:
Concert ?
Sporting event ?
Church ?
Graduation ?
Air Show ?
Other ?
None....I can't stand for long periods of time so I avoid any and all that would require this.


Extra Credit Question:

Last Contract you signed ? Cellphone plan

Just for Fun:

When doing something online and the "little box" of terms & agreements pops up that you have to check before continuing

Do you:
Read it completely before checking the box ?
or
Just scroll through to the bottom and check the box ?


Today in History:
1784 - 1st U.S. balloon flight, 13 year old Edward Warren
1776 - Final draft of Declaration of Independence submitted to U.S. Congress
1860 - U.S. Secret Service created
1868 - Typewriter Patented
1938 - Marineland opens in Florida
1979 - Rock group, the Knack releases "My Sharona"
1979 - Charlie Daniels Band releases "Devil Went Down to Georgia"
1980 - "David Letterman Show," debuts on NBC-TV daytime
1990 - Granny Sue weds her very best friend.

Have a great day everyone!
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Old 06-23-2011, 05:51 AM
 
Location: Orlando, Florida
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Typewriter Day
...couldn't find a typewriter, but since it is so hot around the country,
how about some FANS????








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Old 06-23-2011, 05:54 AM
 
Location: Lake Norman, NC
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Good morning to all. At least it was only in the 70's this morning. A nice break not using AC on the way to work.



Today's Question(s):

What is your favorite cut when it comes to Steak ?
NY Strip on the grill

For those that don't eat red meat:

What is your favorite part of Chicken ?
We like to bbq a family pack of legs on a Friday or Saturday and munch on them all weekend.

If you don't eat meat:

What is your favorite fish ?
Don't like fish. I'll eat some shrimp though.

ok so I don't forget anyone,if you eat none of the above:

How do you like your Tofu ?
Uhhh...Nope...

p.s. feel free to answer all of the above if you want


Bonus Question:
Inspired by a suggestion from LauraC

Have you ever been to movie that was so crowed you had to stand in the back watching ?
No; never had this happen.

Which of the following have or would attend knowing you may have to stand because it was so crowded:
Concert ?
Sporting event ?
Church ?
Graduation ?
Air Show ?
Other ?


Extra Credit Question:

Last Contract you signed ?
A credit card bill at the restaurant we ate at on Monday. (That's a contract to pay. )

Just for Fun:

When doing something online and the "little box" of terms & agreements pops up that you have to check before continuing

Do you:
Read it completely before checking the box ?
or
Just scroll through to the bottom and check the box ?

Today is:
National Pecan Sandy Day
Typewriter Day I wonder how many younger people don't know what this is.
National Pink Day
Let It Go Day
Yo-Yo Day
Public Service Day

Have a great day everyone!
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