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post #4511 of 4663 (permalink) Old 01-03-2017, 08:58 PM
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THANKS Rick, you made my day. I thought I was the only one who had days like that.
Yes I have the odd shift that goes south . Won't be forgetting this one any time soon.
When I hot home I fell asleep around 1:00 pm , and the phone rang again at 5:10 pm .
I called the local guy and had him take the oncall for tonight , as I'm still kind of a zombie after my 3 hours sleep

Good news is it's suppose to warm up a bit . We are practically the cold spot of BC right now for so,e odd reason

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Yes I have the odd shift that goes south . Won't be forgetting this one any time soon.
When I hot home I fell asleep around 1:00 pm , and the phone rang again at 5:10 pm .
I called the local guy and had him take the oncall for tonight , as I'm still kind of a zombie after my 3 hours sleep

Good news is it's suppose to warm up a bit . We are practically the cold spot of BC right now for so,e odd reason
South That warmer and where Tom lives.

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Well Steve I gotta say , somedays I'd like to live down south . Unfortunately I'm to old to adopt
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@Daikusan @rain Man 2.0 This sums it up:
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We are dating ourselves I remember that song . . . .

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That was Motown, I believe. About 40 miles from me now. About 10 from where I lived at the time.

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Great song. Lots of fun songs in that era, a certain innocence about most of them. In high school at that time and did kind of a DJ thing over the intercom in the cafeteria. Lasted about 3 weeks because the teacher monitors couldn't stand all that devil music.

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Now you're really dating us.

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It's a classic, what can I say.
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