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#1734938 - 08/17/11 08:46 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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My fourth post is Stevie Wonder singing "Sir Duke."







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#1734939 - 08/17/11 08:48 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Well, I'm off for a busy workday. I'll be taking some breaks throughout the day and will be checking in. Have a great day!



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#1735001 - 08/17/11 10:49 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Newman]  
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Originally Posted by CaptainKawai
I'm working on this one too. My daughter likes it so I play it/practice it when she's around. (But nowhere near as well as this)


Captain K, I loved both of your posts. Beautiful piano accompaniment. It was particularly nice listening while I was taking a short break.

Break time over! smile I'll check in later.






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It's lunch time, and I was listening to Otis Redding while nibbling on my sandwich. I can't share my lunch, but I can share the music. Have a listen to "Sittin on Dock of the Bay."







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#1735152 - 08/17/11 02:56 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Excellent posts Griffin....

You know you stated "I can't share my lunch"
Well,
strictly speaking,
you can,
Just eat it,
And then,
Using two fingers, theres a spot down the back of the throat that causes a gag reflex, and PRESTO, you can share your lunch with all your friends, or relatives, or strangers, aquaintences.

Oh no hes back!!! Yes folks relatives gone now, and we can go back to tense free life,,,,,

heres a nice song.....











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#1735160 - 08/17/11 03:01 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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errrr, maybe I'll pass on the lunch, I've eaten already, honestly, I'm really not hungry......

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Originally Posted by Rostosky
Excellent posts Griffin....

You know you stated "I can't share my lunch"
Well,
strictly speaking,
you can,
Just eat it,
And then,
Using two fingers, theres a spot down the back of the throat that causes a gag reflex, and PRESTO, you can share your lunch with all your friends, or relatives, or strangers, aquaintences.

Oh no hes back!!! Yes folks relatives gone now, and we can go back to tense free life,,,,,

heres a nice song.....




Good to see you back Rossy. Your suggestions as to how I could share my lunch tells me that it would not be good for me if you and my other half were to ever meet. He just loves to see my reactions to icky things like that. blush

My meeting is just about to start. I check in later when I get home.



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Griffin your not going all "Port Out Starboard Home" on us are you? LOl.
Wayne eats dripping sarnies, thats gotta come under the heading "icky"

Talking of eating bad things...

OOh, actually Here is some excellent news:

I was in the Hospital with a friend, and they had to go to the dispensary (pharmacy) and there was someone in front of them getting a prescription.

The Pharmacist hands them their pills, and says, now then mrs Jones, you take one of these three times a day, just like the doctor told you, and we will have your cholestral down in no time....

She took the tablets and went.

"Hang on", I said to the Pharmacist when it was my friends turn, "are you saying that there are pills that you just eat three a day of, and that will get rid of high cholestral?"

"yes" she says, "they are very effective"

"Magic" I says, "that means you can eat what the heck you like, chips, pies, cakes, (and in waynes case LARD) Roast dinners fried breckies, and if the worse comes to the worse,
and you get "high cholestral"

You just get a few pills off doctor and your OK?"


"Well....yee..s " she says , "but your not supposed to do it that way"

"I know, I know" says me "your meant to live your life in misery instead, eating salad,and chewy grains"

"well moderation" she says..

I finished by saying "just three pills a day is quite moderate in my opinion"

mrs R was getting impatient, I had to wrap up the impromtu in the hospital pharmacy abruptly.

Good news though for the dripping eaters amongst us?




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#1735209 - 08/17/11 04:05 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Rossy, I don't eat meat or drippin' anymore, and you won't believe this but gods honest truth, I was at work today and nipped into the coop and bought a warm cheese pasty, I took it back to the shop where I work, took a bite and it was a chicken slice pmsl. I spat it out and took it back to the coop, with the corner missing, and eventually got a refund, after having to wait ages for the manager to tell the till girl what buttons she had to press, and then all the required signitures. I then opted for the chip shop and had chips and roe instead (I eat fish)

10 mins later, the women who packages the pasties in the coop, fetched my 4 Carling and apologised. It was like getting a Brucy Bonus.

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Originally Posted by Rostosky
Griffin your not going all "Port Out Starboard Home" on us are you? LOl.
Wayne eats dripping sarnies, thats gotta come under the heading "icky"

Talking of eating bad things...

OOh, actually Here is some excellent news:

I was in the Hospital with a friend, and they had to go to the dispensary (pharmacy) and there was someone in front of them getting a prescription.

The Pharmacist hands them their pills, and says, now then mrs Jones, you take one of these three times a day, just like the doctor told you, and we will have your cholestral down in no time....

She took the tablets and went.

"Hang on", I said to the Pharmacist when it was my friends turn, "are you saying that there are pills that you just eat three a day of, and that will get rid of high cholestral?"

"yes" she says, "they are very effective"

"Magic" I says, "that means you can eat what the heck you like, chips, pies, cakes, (and in waynes case LARD) Roast dinners fried breckies, and if the worse comes to the worse,
and you get "high cholestral"

You just get a few pills off doctor and your OK?"


"Well....yee..s " she says , "but your not supposed to do it that way"

"I know, I know" says me "your meant to live your life in misery instead, eating salad,and chewy grains"

"well moderation" she says..

I finished by saying "just three pills a day is quite moderate in my opinion"

mrs R was getting impatient, I had to wrap up the impromtu in the hospital pharmacy abruptly.

Good news though for the dripping eaters amongst us?


Good one! laugh



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Afternoon Wayne. Hope the fish and chips were good!


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Evening Griffin, weren't bad lol, at least I got what I expected ha ha.

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I have no idea what to expect for dinner plans tonight, but that's way OT!

Speaking of OT, I'll be a lot more scarce this weekend. Unlike Wayne, I have yet to review all of the ABF recital pieces. I am looking forward to that.

Well, it's time to finish my work project so that I can do other things like preparing dinner.

No Rossy, I won't be sharing dinner in that way you described earlier. I don't mind sharing. However, I am very fussy about how to do it! laugh



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Just finished the last one's Griffin, back 2morow, night all smile

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It's mellow music time for me as I unwind and get ready for bed. Thanks to those who posted today. I'm looking forward to hearing more tomorrow.

This will be my last post for the evening. Here is Dionne Warwick singing "The Look of Love."

Good night!




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Originally Posted by griffin2417
It's mellow music time for me as I unwind and get ready for bed. Thanks to those who posted today. I'm looking forward to hearing more tomorrow.



Very dreamy! smile Well, guess it's tomorrow already... glad I can work from home - no set schedule. lol




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Hya dudes and dudettes, back proper now after yesterdays flying visit by Mrs R's parents.
Tension totally off now, and a good nights sleep was had.

News today is that AimeeO wishes she was called evatrout, unfortunately this is name is allready taken, but Happily, Adeltrout has not been taken.

So, Adeltrout it is for AimeeO.
Wayne has for some time now been known as The Yorkie-cod.
Whilst my good self has oft been called allaboutthehalibut.
Not sure if griffin has a prefered aquatic name, we will have to wait and see.

Eating slightly iffy fish can cause some amazing dreams as I allready mentioned in the Penguin cafe history.

Wonder if that happened to John lennon with this one....





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Hi Rossy, and good morning to everyone! Rossy, I'm glad everything turned out well yesterday with the in-law's visit.

I've never thought of a preferred aquatic name before. However, SalmonMan might work for me.

My iPad has tested my patience to the limit this morning. It won't turn on at all! mad I've given it lots of attention, and this is how I am repaid! I'll be taking it to the shop and let them deal with it since it's still under warranty.

In the meantime, my desktop is getting me through beautifully. Since I'm still feeling positive about this, my first post has some relevance. Here is Gloria Gaynor singing "I Will Survive."



I'll post a few more later this morning.



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I am genuinely sorry to hear about your Ipad Griffin.
I know from experience that new technology can be a real pain and take ages to master, so it does what you want it to do, and I have come to expect that from most things, like phones and computors etc, but refusing to turn on?
Thats just totally uncoperative of the device in question.

I would complain back at the shop, like really bitterly, hopeing like crazy that it didn't have a flat battery, and it wasn't my fault for forgetting to charge it or something like a fuse gone in the power lead?

If you make a lot of noise in a very busy shop, they may offer you the Ipad2 as a replacement... Hmmm, will this be twice as troublesome, twice as hard to use? what does the "2" mean? Lol.

Oh, yesterday saw the arrival of my spare parts!!!
well 17 of them anyways.

There should have been 52, as that is the amount of white keys on my keyboard, and they all have a counterweight.

I immediately whined in an email, and the guy was really apologetic, saying the guys in the wharehouse must have misunderstood his instructions, and he would get them to send out the rest........


Well, I know he is genuine, but how can anyone misunderstand "A full set of 52 counterweights" for "17 random ones"

This would be my first question....

Anyways, the ones that did arrive when promised took just two days, so hopefully the "corrected amount" will arrive just as fast.....

I live in hope, slightly diminished hope, but still hopefull.




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Hi everybody!

Rossy, glad to see you back. You are living a true adventure with those pieces. I wish the rest of them arrived soon.

Coming back to music, I have ever loved the dances from Renaissance. This music is so timeless.


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Hya Recaredo, and goog evening to you.
that was a lovely piece of music, thank you so much.
Also, thanks for the good wishes with my parts adventures.

Usually, I like adventures, in fact, my favourite thing in life, is just getting in a vehicle, and going off on an unknown destination, just having a peep on a map for something that looks good, but being prepared to stop anywhere at all to see what is good.

I could do this forever. but the parts adventure, I wish was over, i really want my keyboard back to 100% !!

Soon, I suppose, Soon.




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Originally Posted by Rostosky

Wonder if that happened to John lennon with this one....



Great Post Rossy! I had not heard this before. I'll be getting a break in an hour, and will be able to post a few more.



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Hi Recaredo! I loved your post. Hope you're doing well. I'll be back soon.



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Right here we go, fun time..

Clarence House has said, and I quote: "These have been developed in line with our guidelines"

Rossys suggestion: "Sort your guidelines out Royal dudes."

And why? you may well ask...

Well, after the Horrendous "Kate middleton doll" We now get "The William and Kate wedding dolls"

What makes this laughable is the editor of "majesty magazine" (which Rossy has no access to by the way)

States: (and I quote again) "these dolls are a reasonable likeness"

That will be with your eyes shut in a darkened room then, on the shortest day of the year in winter. Or possibly after staring at the sun for an hour with naked eyes.(not ever recomended)

Obviously the "pink and pleasent plastic icon company" is in full swing again..

It's wrong to let me influence you though, make your own minds up, I dont know the cost yet, but even if they are free I wont be claiming one for the Rossy household, Jeez we have enough garbage we need to get sorted.

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Forgot to mention, with this next item, a "kit form" as in Knit your own, at least you can stick pins in the end result..
And they do appear a little more lifelike than the official ones......


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Originally Posted by Rostosky

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Rossy, I've been trying to figure out something to post before my break is over. Now that I've seen your post, it made me think of this.

Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, "Rag Doll."



Enjoy! It's back to work for me!



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Great postings, as always, everyone! smile Rossy, so glad you survived the "in-laws invasion" intact. grin


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Great postings Elssa! Sorry I couldn't respond earlier to the Nat and Natalie posting. My iPad wasn't working. Now I've had a chance to see it from the desktop. I always loved their duet. Mother-in-law was always fun to hear. Thanks again.



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Thanks Elssa!! It wasn't too bad, just sort of grinned and bore it! Loved the "Mother in law" and "Rag doll"

Hey out of curiosity, can any of you dudettes Knit?
I always wanted a knitted clanger..
Actually thats a stupid statement, as all clangers are knitted! I just love clangers little pokey noses..

Wonder where Wayne is tonight?
When he isnt here it means he is up to no good usually, probably. Mostly..




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Aha Rossy! You're still there. I've just finished my assignment and heading home. However, I do have one more post. I can't believe we haven't seen this posted yet. I'm pleased to do the honors

Here's Elvis Presley's "Hound Dog"!!





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I'll try to check in one more time with a mellow bedtime thing! Off I go!



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