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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Today's random lyrics
« on: April 13, 2007, 08:10:42 AM »
It's astounding
Time is fleeting
Madness takes its toll
But listen closely
Not for very much longer
I've got to keep control

I remember doing the Time Warp
Drinking those moments when
The blackness would hit me
And the void would be calling
 
Let's do the Time Warp again
Let's do the Time Warp again
 
It's just a jump to the left
And then a step to the right
With your hands on your hips
You bring your knees in tight
But it's the pelvic thrust
That really drives you insane

Let's do the Time Warp again
Let's do the Time Warp again
 
It's so dreamy
Oh, fantasy free me
So you can't see me
No, not at all
In another dimension
With voyeuristic intention
Well secluded, I see all
 
With a bit of a mind flip
You're into the time slip
And nothing can ever be the same
You're spaced out on sensation
Like you're under sedation
 
Let's do the Time Warp again
Let's do the Time Warp again

Well I was walking down the street
Just a having a think
When a snake of a guy gave me an evil wink
He shook-a me up, he took me by surprise
He had a pick up truck and the devil's eyes
He stared at me and I felt a change
Time meant nothing, never would again

Let's do the Time Warp again
Let's do the Time Warp again

It's just a jump to the left
And then a step to the right
With your hands on your hips
You bring your knees in tight
But it's the pelvic thrust
That really drives you insane

Let's do the Time Warp again
Let's do the Time Warp again

 

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Now------------->child support enforcement investigator
Before her------>firefighter (bad, bad move)
Before her------>college student, bio major, tree-hugger and all-around uber liberal

Been happy for fourteen years.  She has a personality 100% opposite of mine, but most importantly, she's no dummy.  And she completely supports my walking away from a successful public service career (and full pension) to pursue this law thing.  God love her!   ;D

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Meatloaf (what we eat, not the singer), greasy spoon diners, guns, huntin', and...

Procedural and Substantive Due Process!   ;)

(Gawd, I'm gonna love my Con Law classes...)

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General board for soon-to-be 1Ls / Re: Does it get easier?
« on: April 09, 2007, 06:27:16 PM »


NO PANSY, IT DOESN'T GET EASIER. NOR DO YOU GET A BLANKET OR NAP TIME.

NOW DROP DOWN AND GIVE ME [A] 20 [PAGE APPELLATE BRIEF]!!

AND GET OFF MY EFFIN' OBSTACLE!!!!

R. Lee Emery as a law professor would have everyone wishing for ten days and a wake-up.

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Sharing every day with my significant other
Snuggling with my four pugs for an afternoon nap on the couch
Deer hunting   :'(
Golf
Seeing my friends at Curves
And, yes...I'll probably miss the rush of fighting fires, saving lives and just being an overall highly dedicated public servant.  (Well, I'll miss the fighting fires and saving lives parts at least...)

77
I'll also hear, "Freakin' gun nut."


78
"You're HOW old?!"

I'll get that, too.  Beer is a great preservative.   :D

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Camo pants.  Huntin' boots.  Insulated bib overalls in the winter (Cleveland can get a damn bit chilly with that wind whipping in off Lake Erie).  Under Armour Mossy Oak Break-up Loose Gear T-shirts in the early fall and late spring.  Blaze orange during gun season.

Hmmm, better check the shotgun at the door, though.   :D  


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Thanks for the house-selling tips, Matthies!  Even though we decided not to sell our primary residence, we went ahead with the painting and new floor coverings.  Installed a couple of new light fixtures, too, to brighten the kitchen/dining areas.  Went with a three-lamp fixture that takes GE Revel bulbs--wow, very bright.  I had to put them on dimmer switches.

Got a deal on the painting labor--guy I work with does it on the side for $15/hour.  He and a helper painted seven rooms (and fixed holes/dings in the drywall) for $1365.  Trim, ceilings, doors, walls--heck of a job and in nice neutral colors.  I hate painting so it was worth it.  He's also going to install the Pergo flooring I bought on sale at Home Depot--again, $15/hour.  No carpet/flooring shop could touch that price.

If we can keep the pugs from tearing up the place over the next three years it'll still look nice when we go to sell.


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