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Old 02-11-2012
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I need some good news.

Two obituaries in two days. I need some GOOD news for a change.
Who's knocked up? Anybody expecting new grandkids?
Anybody wanna get knocked up?
Anybody get a promotion, or a new boat, or win the lottery?
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I'm going to win the lottery tonight. Then we will buy a bigger newer boat.
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i woke up this morning yeh and apparently you too,many folks have gone on,remembered briefly then forgotten,lifes a bit*h and then you die but we still have today,tomorrow?
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So true. A reminder that we should appreciate this life while we still can.
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Cheer Up!!!

My sister in law is knocked-up with her 5th kid with multi-baby-daddies...
And I am getting no help with my class project..probably won't graduate now..
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Tomorrow is another day.
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I'm going sailing with my 80-year old father on his boat today!
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I am going to be hung over tomorrow. Will be raising a few to those we recently have lost......

I did start ordering the parts to fix my bulkheads. I will be spending money on my boat!!
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My sister in law is knocked-up with her 5th kid with multi-baby-daddies...
Hey, give her PBs number.
We know she puts out... a lot- spring for a Happy Meal and its a close to a sure thing as you're ever gonna get.
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The boat yard called while replacing an engine mount that required removal of the after cooler on the turbo. They noticed the vanes were corroded and I need to replace them for $1,000 plus labor.

I am so happy that they found this problem and relieved the pressure of what to do with that spare grand that has been lying around.

Great day indeed.........

Truth is that a failure really would have been a very expensive problem, so it is a silver lining. I would not have inspected it without needing the new mount. I'm just trying to remind myself of that.
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