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Never ending discussion-Part IV

Discussion in 'Free-For-All Archives' started by I Am Blessed 24, Mar 30, 2003.

  1. I Am Blessed 24

    I Am Blessed 24 Active Member

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    My church often has 'potluck' dinners after the morning church service. I always stay 'cause us Baptists are GOOD COOKS! [​IMG] (I enjoy the fellowship also)

    On which side of your house does the sun come up?
     
  2. Abiyah

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    Depending on the time of the year, it comes up
    either behind the stand of trees outside the picture
    window overlooking my garden or back near the
    corner of the kitchen. It is particularly lovely
    coming up through the trees.

    Which type of heating system have you found
    seems to produce the most dust?
     
  3. I Am Blessed 24

    I Am Blessed 24 Active Member

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    Gas is the only thing I have ever heated with and it produces WAY too much dust. If all I did was dust everyday I would stay busy! (I have heard that hot water or steam heat is the cleanest)

    Have you ever changed your computer workspace from one room to another or a different spot in the same room?
     
  4. Wisdom Seeker

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    Nope, The computer and the desk it sits on belong to Dan. Plus the desk is extremely large and heavy.

    Any advise on how to get children to mind?
     
  5. I Am Blessed 24

    I Am Blessed 24 Active Member

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    Make it clear to them that you mean what you say and BE CONSISTANT. Let them know (and follow through every time) that the second time you have to tell them to do something there will be consequences to pay.

    Are any of your rooms wallpapered or do you have wallpaper borders?
     
  6. WonderingOne

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    My kitchen, living room, one bedroom, and both bathrooms are wallpapered.

    Carpet or hardwood floors?
     
  7. stubbornkelly

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    Hardwood with a few rugs. But I like to see the wood. And it's worth the dry mopping every day. [​IMG]

    Q: Do you have a special place in your house that's just for you?
     
  8. I Am Blessed 24

    I Am Blessed 24 Active Member

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    I did have before we moved, it was my office. I haven't found "my" place in this new house yet!

    Curtains or drapes?
     
  9. Gib

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    We bought a house with curtains already there. We painted the house and the curtains just looked like they wanted to stay.

    Do you hand was your vehicles or take it to the car wash?
     
  10. I Am Blessed 24

    I Am Blessed 24 Active Member

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    It depends on the weather!

    Do you have a calculator on your desk?
     
  11. Grace

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    Only when I put my calculator on my desk.

    Are you on Spring Break?
     
  12. Abiyah

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    My grandchildren's spring break begins today, but
    they live in another district. I will find out if my
    area's students have spring break now by how
    many times we have to tell them to get off our
    garage roof. I hate doing it -- it looks tacky --
    but we are putting up "Posted: No Trespassing"
    signs on the garage today. I tried to grow black
    berries at the corner they climb, but it seems they
    will grow anywhere but where one wants them!

    I need a new dictionary. I already know what I will
    be buying, (Oxford, American edition), but what is
    your favorite?
     
  13. Gib

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    We use the Webster's New World Dictionary.


    Have you ever shoplifted?
     
  14. stubbornkelly

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    No. I was a pretty honest and non-rebellious. kid. I'm still honest. ;)

    Q: Have you ever wanted to?
     
  15. Gib

    Gib Active Member

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    Want to? Did do. I ran around with some pretty rough 3rd and 4th graders. I was the preacher's kid and all their daddies were deacons. One day we knocked over a grocery store. We lifted some bubble gum and wax lips. We almost got out of the store.


    For all you librarians, if there were no more books as of tomorrow, what would you do with your spare time?
     
  16. Gina B

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    TAKE IT BACK! That's just a cruel statement. [​IMG]
    I'm not a librarian librarian, but I do love books, although I rarely have time to read much over the last, uh, 8 years. Interesting how that just *happens* to coincide with the birth of my first child! [​IMG]

    I would simply start writing them, so there. :D

    What is THE most boring book you've ever read? (I personally vote for the compiled works of Shakespheare or however you spell his name)

    Gina
     
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    well, i am an agatha christie fan, so i thought i would read her biography...it was so boring i didn't finish it. and i will read almost anything!!

    (how could anyone find shakespeare boring :confused: :confused: )

    still on books...what type of book do you prefer to read? fiction, non-fiction, biograpy etc?
     
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    Shakespear is more fun when you can get other people to read the other parts. I find him greatly interesting and very humourous for the most part, it's also fun to see how he uses scripture often in his works...but it is hard to read a story that is written in play format alone.

    For stricly entertainment purposes...I prefer reading fiction.

    Do you prefer buying hardbacks, buying softcovers or borrowing from the library?
     
  19. following-Him

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    i will buy both hardback and softback books. which ever is available at the time. i mainly buy books related to my studies as i find the university library rather inadequate...30 of us after 1 copy is no joke. i do use the library, mainly to read while i am there or photocopy a chapter if i don't want to /can't afford to buy the book in question.

    do you play games like scrabble?
     
  20. Wisdom Seeker

    Wisdom Seeker New Member

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    No, I hate Scrabble with a purple passion I am terrible at it. My husband loves it though. I prefer games of chance to games requiring mental acuity. "Uno" and "Sorry" are my favorite games.

    Do you draw?
     
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