Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by 89GMCSuburban, Feb 17, 2006.
I though he was going on vacation? Least that's what i thought it said in another thread....
pretty sure it says that all the time.
id need a vacation from here if i were the mod after the last few days.
I'm not leaving until tomorrow morning, around 9 AM. Until then, I'll be around keeping an eye out for riffraff and miscreants........
Ahh, good stuff! What ya gonna be doing for some relaxation?
I'm going out to my property and into Cranbrook for Saturday night family dinner. On Sunday, I'm gonna wake up, have about 3 pots of coffee and a couple cigars, and when it warms up I'll probably split some firewood and fock around. After lunch, I'm cracking the vodka bottle open and I'm not gonna stop until it's finished. Or until Kim gives me crap for slurring........
Isn't a long weekend for you guys, too?
you heard the man.
sat night is all out party then. no holds barred.
we'll try and keep the neighbors from complaining too much.
No way...don't I wish. I'm on my normal days off now, though. Work's been getting slow so i have to go in tonight to try and make up some time.
Isn't President's Day a stat holiday in the US? Monday is Family Day in Alberta. I usually go ice fishing, but I decided to actually use Family Day for it's intended purpose this year.
Anyhow, feel free to let the lads know they can go ape**** this weekend. If I'm lucky, they'll get it all out of their systems and things can go back to normal for a while. Whatever "normal" is.......
yea, if you work for a bank or have a fed/gov. job. us folks here in pickle town USA will be hard at it.
Sure, you are taking off TOMORROW. Well, I know aboot where the boundries are Toot toot, alllllllll aboard
All aboard the aboot train, eh?
Someone should turn on the autoreplace feature on the BBS and change all abouts to aboot
If I wanted aboot, I would put one one. I vote for a "Murder the English Language" thread.
Let's think aboot it
Can Can; come oot, come oot wherever you are!
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