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Old February 23rd 04, 04:58 AM
Jimintexus
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" ... his brain is squirming like a toad ..."

Yeahyeahright. You've heard it before. I had a short-term gig fall in my
lap on Friday, starting in a week in Everett WA so I'm outta this third coast
joint.

I just finished loading the friend's 4WD that I have to deliver to San Jose
in April, and I'm taking the north road instead of I-10 and I-5. Too much
rain in CA. The usual reprobate Utards have been notified and if I don't
camp out in the Yyyy parking lot tomorrow night I'll be looking for a snowbank
to park next to in LCC on Tuesday night.

They really DON'T tow Texans, do they? Even if they offer a sacrifica of
a six of Shiner Bock?

Anyway, Utards, you know who you are. And if you don't, look for the red
and white 80s Ramcharger with the Texas ham radio license plates and the
pile of beer cans on the floorboards. If it doesn't get towed it'll be parked
in as prominent a space as I can find.

Ya know ... when you're Texan and you drive a butt-ugly truck, you might
as well flaunt it.

Three days to ski. Wheee.

Just don't let your mutt (or your 'boarder girlfriend) **** on my hubcaps.


Jim outta Texas

PS -- don't ask me about the job. All I can say is that it's in Everett
and it has to do with microprocessor stuff and you will probably have one
of these chips in your home in 2008.

PPS -- I ruined the neon ski jacket loading the truck, so I'll be skiing
in some ****ing nondescript gray thing I got at Goodwill this afternoon.
Ugh.
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Old February 23rd 04, 05:39 AM
Richard Henry
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"Jimintexus" wrote in message
...

" ... his brain is squirming like a toad ..."

Yeahyeahright. You've heard it before. I had a short-term gig fall in my
lap on Friday, starting in a week in Everett WA so I'm outta this third

coast
joint.

I just finished loading the friend's 4WD that I have to deliver to San

Jose
in April, and I'm taking the north road instead of I-10 and I-5. Too much
rain in CA. The usual reprobate Utards have been notified and if I don't
camp out in the Yyyy parking lot tomorrow night I'll be looking for a

snowbank
to park next to in LCC on Tuesday night.

They really DON'T tow Texans, do they? Even if they offer a sacrifica of
a six of Shiner Bock?

Anyway, Utards, you know who you are. And if you don't, look for the red
and white 80s Ramcharger with the Texas ham radio license plates and the
pile of beer cans on the floorboards. If it doesn't get towed it'll be

parked
in as prominent a space as I can find.

Ya know ... when you're Texan and you drive a butt-ugly truck, you might
as well flaunt it.

Three days to ski. Wheee.

Just don't let your mutt (or your 'boarder girlfriend) **** on my hubcaps.


Jim outta Texas

PS -- don't ask me about the job. All I can say is that it's in Everett
and it has to do with microprocessor stuff and you will probably have one
of these chips in your home in 2008.

PPS -- I ruined the neon ski jacket loading the truck, so I'll be skiing
in some ****ing nondescript gray thing I got at Goodwill this afternoon.
Ugh.


Hmmm....

Kid's soccer season ended Saturday with an overwhelming tie that kept us
from advancing in the last tournament of the year. Just checked my
schedule: coaches' meeting Monday night, manager's meeting Tuesday night,
then I am free of non-family obligations for about 10 days. I'll have to
sweet-talk some cash out of my wife (and then charge everything, keeping the
Benjamins for emergencies). Further info to come.



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Old February 23rd 04, 12:20 PM
pigo
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"Richard Henry" wrote in message
news:[email protected]

"Jimintexus" wrote in message
...

" ... his brain is squirming like a toad ..."

Yeahyeahright. You've heard it before. I had a short-term gig fall in

my
lap on Friday, starting in a week in Everett WA so I'm outta this third

coast
joint.

I just finished loading the friend's 4WD that I have to deliver to San

Jose
in April, and I'm taking the north road instead of I-10 and I-5. Too

much
rain in CA. The usual reprobate Utards have been notified and if I

don't
camp out in the Yyyy parking lot tomorrow night I'll be looking for a

snowbank
to park next to in LCC on Tuesday night.

They really DON'T tow Texans, do they? Even if they offer a sacrifica

of
a six of Shiner Bock?

Anyway, Utards, you know who you are. And if you don't, look for the

red
and white 80s Ramcharger with the Texas ham radio license plates and the
pile of beer cans on the floorboards. If it doesn't get towed it'll be

parked
in as prominent a space as I can find.

Ya know ... when you're Texan and you drive a butt-ugly truck, you might
as well flaunt it.

Three days to ski. Wheee.

Just don't let your mutt (or your 'boarder girlfriend) **** on my

hubcaps.


Jim outta Texas

PS -- don't ask me about the job. All I can say is that it's in Everett
and it has to do with microprocessor stuff and you will probably have

one
of these chips in your home in 2008.

PPS -- I ruined the neon ski jacket loading the truck, so I'll be skiing
in some ****ing nondescript gray thing I got at Goodwill this afternoon.
Ugh.


Hmmm....

Kid's soccer season ended Saturday with an overwhelming tie that kept us
from advancing in the last tournament of the year. Just checked my
schedule: coaches' meeting Monday night, manager's meeting Tuesday night,
then I am free of non-family obligations for about 10 days. I'll have to
sweet-talk some cash out of my wife (and then charge everything, keeping

the
Benjamins for emergencies). Further info to come.


Great timing. It sounds like a pretty wet week to come. I hear that Alta
Java is a good place to meet. Skiing Wed. Jim? Sounds like it might be Th.
for RH. Are you guys plugged in? Do you want to call me or can we plan here
and maybe get a mini-invasion going?

pigo


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Old February 23rd 04, 01:47 PM
Richard Henry
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"pigo" wrote in message
...

"Richard Henry" wrote in message
news:[email protected]

"Jimintexus" wrote in message
...

" ... his brain is squirming like a toad ..."

Yeahyeahright. You've heard it before. I had a short-term gig fall

in
my
lap on Friday, starting in a week in Everett WA so I'm outta this

third
coast
joint.

I just finished loading the friend's 4WD that I have to deliver to San

Jose
in April, and I'm taking the north road instead of I-10 and I-5. Too

much
rain in CA. The usual reprobate Utards have been notified and if I

don't
camp out in the Yyyy parking lot tomorrow night I'll be looking for a

snowbank
to park next to in LCC on Tuesday night.

They really DON'T tow Texans, do they? Even if they offer a sacrifica

of
a six of Shiner Bock?

Anyway, Utards, you know who you are. And if you don't, look for the

red
and white 80s Ramcharger with the Texas ham radio license plates and

the
pile of beer cans on the floorboards. If it doesn't get towed it'll

be
parked
in as prominent a space as I can find.

Ya know ... when you're Texan and you drive a butt-ugly truck, you

might
as well flaunt it.

Three days to ski. Wheee.

Just don't let your mutt (or your 'boarder girlfriend) **** on my

hubcaps.


Jim outta Texas

PS -- don't ask me about the job. All I can say is that it's in

Everett
and it has to do with microprocessor stuff and you will probably have

one
of these chips in your home in 2008.

PPS -- I ruined the neon ski jacket loading the truck, so I'll be

skiing
in some ****ing nondescript gray thing I got at Goodwill this

afternoon.
Ugh.


Hmmm....

Kid's soccer season ended Saturday with an overwhelming tie that kept us
from advancing in the last tournament of the year. Just checked my
schedule: coaches' meeting Monday night, manager's meeting Tuesday

night,
then I am free of non-family obligations for about 10 days. I'll have

to
sweet-talk some cash out of my wife (and then charge everything, keeping

the
Benjamins for emergencies). Further info to come.


Great timing. It sounds like a pretty wet week to come. I hear that Alta
Java is a good place to meet. Skiing Wed. Jim? Sounds like it might be Th.
for RH. Are you guys plugged in? Do you want to call me or can we plan

here
and maybe get a mini-invasion going?


Survey: should I spend some money getting the shift-on-the-fly 4WD fixed in
the Jeep (it sometimes shifts itself out of 4WD unexpectedly) or winterize
the Toyota PU?



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Old February 23rd 04, 04:17 PM
scottabe
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One asshole trying to hook up with other assholes. Wheeeee!

in article , Jimintexus at
wrote on 2/22/04 9:58 PM:


" ... his brain is squirming like a toad ..."

Yeahyeahright. You've heard it before. I had a short-term gig fall in my
lap on Friday, starting in a week in Everett WA so I'm outta this third coast
joint.

I just finished loading the friend's 4WD that I have to deliver to San Jose
in April, and I'm taking the north road instead of I-10 and I-5. Too much
rain in CA. The usual reprobate Utards have been notified and if I don't
camp out in the Yyyy parking lot tomorrow night I'll be looking for a snowbank
to park next to in LCC on Tuesday night.

They really DON'T tow Texans, do they? Even if they offer a sacrifica of
a six of Shiner Bock?

Anyway, Utards, you know who you are. And if you don't, look for the red
and white 80s Ramcharger with the Texas ham radio license plates and the
pile of beer cans on the floorboards. If it doesn't get towed it'll be parked
in as prominent a space as I can find.

Ya know ... when you're Texan and you drive a butt-ugly truck, you might
as well flaunt it.

Three days to ski. Wheee.

Just don't let your mutt (or your 'boarder girlfriend) **** on my hubcaps.


Jim outta Texas

PS -- don't ask me about the job. All I can say is that it's in Everett
and it has to do with microprocessor stuff and you will probably have one
of these chips in your home in 2008.

PPS -- I ruined the neon ski jacket loading the truck, so I'll be skiing
in some ****ing nondescript gray thing I got at Goodwill this afternoon.
Ugh.


  #6  
Old February 23rd 04, 04:17 PM
scottabe
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in article [email protected], Richard Henry at
wrote on 2/22/04 10:39 PM:


"Jimintexus" wrote in message
...

" ... his brain is squirming like a toad ..."

Yeahyeahright. You've heard it before. I had a short-term gig fall in my
lap on Friday, starting in a week in Everett WA so I'm outta this third

coast
joint.

I just finished loading the friend's 4WD that I have to deliver to San

Jose
in April, and I'm taking the north road instead of I-10 and I-5. Too much
rain in CA. The usual reprobate Utards have been notified and if I don't
camp out in the Yyyy parking lot tomorrow night I'll be looking for a

snowbank
to park next to in LCC on Tuesday night.

They really DON'T tow Texans, do they? Even if they offer a sacrifica of
a six of Shiner Bock?

Anyway, Utards, you know who you are. And if you don't, look for the red
and white 80s Ramcharger with the Texas ham radio license plates and the
pile of beer cans on the floorboards. If it doesn't get towed it'll be

parked
in as prominent a space as I can find.

Ya know ... when you're Texan and you drive a butt-ugly truck, you might
as well flaunt it.

Three days to ski. Wheee.

Just don't let your mutt (or your 'boarder girlfriend) **** on my hubcaps.


Jim outta Texas

PS -- don't ask me about the job. All I can say is that it's in Everett
and it has to do with microprocessor stuff and you will probably have one
of these chips in your home in 2008.

PPS -- I ruined the neon ski jacket loading the truck, so I'll be skiing
in some ****ing nondescript gray thing I got at Goodwill this afternoon.
Ugh.


Hmmm....

Kid's soccer season ended Saturday with an overwhelming tie that kept us
from advancing in the last tournament of the year. Just checked my
schedule: coaches' meeting Monday night, manager's meeting Tuesday night,
then I am free of non-family obligations for about 10 days. I'll have to
sweet-talk some cash out of my wife (and then charge everything, keeping the
Benjamins for emergencies). Further info to come.



One stalking liar hooking up with another stalking liar.
Further info to come.

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Old February 23rd 04, 04:18 PM
scottabe
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in article , pigo at
wrote on 2/23/04 5:20 AM:


"Richard Henry" wrote in message
news:[email protected]

"Jimintexus" wrote in message
...

" ... his brain is squirming like a toad ..."

Yeahyeahright. You've heard it before. I had a short-term gig fall in

my
lap on Friday, starting in a week in Everett WA so I'm outta this third

coast
joint.

I just finished loading the friend's 4WD that I have to deliver to San

Jose
in April, and I'm taking the north road instead of I-10 and I-5. Too

much
rain in CA. The usual reprobate Utards have been notified and if I

don't
camp out in the Yyyy parking lot tomorrow night I'll be looking for a

snowbank
to park next to in LCC on Tuesday night.

They really DON'T tow Texans, do they? Even if they offer a sacrifica

of
a six of Shiner Bock?

Anyway, Utards, you know who you are. And if you don't, look for the

red
and white 80s Ramcharger with the Texas ham radio license plates and the
pile of beer cans on the floorboards. If it doesn't get towed it'll be

parked
in as prominent a space as I can find.

Ya know ... when you're Texan and you drive a butt-ugly truck, you might
as well flaunt it.

Three days to ski. Wheee.

Just don't let your mutt (or your 'boarder girlfriend) **** on my

hubcaps.


Jim outta Texas

PS -- don't ask me about the job. All I can say is that it's in Everett
and it has to do with microprocessor stuff and you will probably have

one
of these chips in your home in 2008.

PPS -- I ruined the neon ski jacket loading the truck, so I'll be skiing
in some ****ing nondescript gray thing I got at Goodwill this afternoon.
Ugh.


Hmmm....

Kid's soccer season ended Saturday with an overwhelming tie that kept us
from advancing in the last tournament of the year. Just checked my
schedule: coaches' meeting Monday night, manager's meeting Tuesday night,
then I am free of non-family obligations for about 10 days. I'll have to
sweet-talk some cash out of my wife (and then charge everything, keeping

the
Benjamins for emergencies). Further info to come.


Great timing. It sounds like a pretty wet week to come. I hear that Alta
Java is a good place to meet. Skiing Wed. Jim? Sounds like it might be Th.
for RH. Are you guys plugged in? Do you want to call me or can we plan here
and maybe get a mini-invasion going?


A mini-invasion of sick ****s who love to defame, lie, and stalk.
Hey, Jim?
You guys gonna have a great laugh about Bob Thompson stalking me in real
life, falsely accusing me of molesting children, and the like?
What kind of sick **** would associate with Bob Thompson?
A sick **** like Jim Strohm.
Got the balls to stop by and spew your filth in person while you are in the
neighborhood?
I thought not.

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Old February 23rd 04, 05:52 PM
vern93
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In article ,
"pigo" wrote:

Great timing. It sounds like a pretty wet week to come. I hear that Alta
Java is a good place to meet. Skiing Wed. Jim? Sounds like it might be Th.
for RH. Are you guys plugged in? Do you want to call me or can we plan here
and maybe get a mini-invasion going?

pigo


Wednesday eh... I'm headed that way the week after, but for some good
company and local insight, I might (might!) be able to move it up a
couple of days. Hmmmmm.

And I'm excited about some of these good eatin' places I've heard about
last week. Bob what's your take on the Red Iguana?

Dave
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Old February 23rd 04, 10:24 PM
pigo
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"vern93" wrote in message
...
In article ,
"pigo" wrote:

Great timing. It sounds like a pretty wet week to come. I hear that Alta
Java is a good place to meet. Skiing Wed. Jim? Sounds like it might be

Th.
for RH. Are you guys plugged in? Do you want to call me or can we plan

here
and maybe get a mini-invasion going?

pigo


Wednesday eh... I'm headed that way the week after, but for some good
company and local insight, I might (might!) be able to move it up a
couple of days. Hmmmmm.

And I'm excited about some of these good eatin' places I've heard about
last week. Bob what's your take on the Red Iguana?


It's been a while since I went there. There are a couple of good ones that I
do know about.

This is turning into a real gathering. One would think it would be the
perfect "anytime, anyplace" wouldn't ya?

pigo


 




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