FREYEday FunneeZ

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25 Responses to FREYEday FunneeZ

  1. Micki says:

    Today doesn’t *feel* like a Friday.

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  2. Micki says:

    I’m totally confused.

    This continuing saga, that has apparently snared Jerome Corsi, one of many rightwing conspiracy whackos, who is connected with Roger Stone, has me scratching my head. Does Robert Mueller have Julian Assange/Wikileaks in his *sights* or is it the Justice Department that does?

    I wish CLIMATE CHANGE got as much attention as all this other crapola!!!!!

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    • jimhitchcock says:

      Don’t bother me with science, it’s Black Friday! I got shopping to do!

      A little background on Corsi. He was behind the Swift Boater nonsense, as well as pushing the Qanon nuttiness on infowars the past couple of years. Barking at the Moon crazy.

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  3. Den says:

    It looks like stores are dropping ‘price trou’ to get folks in the door,
    they all want a Black Friday not a Red one, Capitalista Chaos!

    Lowes website is down probably all that online trampling for bargains.

    I have the Yule Log on the TeeVee and X-mas tunes on the Sirrius/XM.
    I expect to look outside and see snow but alas it isn’t so, yet.

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  4. David B. Benson says:

    In the rain, with cars in almost every available parking spot, again to the Old Post Office in 25 minutes where by good fortune a table was quickly made available for me. During the stick walk two private planes, one a jet, arrived.

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  5. David B. Benson says:

    University of Washington band bus rolled and while no one was seriously injured the band won’t be coming to the Apple Cup. So the WSU marching band is hurriedly learning the appropriate UW music.

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  6. Den says:

    Wow! Lucky no one was hurt. 😐

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  7. °¿º Carol says:

    My turkey dinner was delicious, and shock of all shocks, all the white meat went, and all but a handful of mashed potatoes. The biggest shock was I was still eating because I do all the work and cutting and serving, everyone left the table but Brian and Jill jumped up and started getting the sink ready to do the dishes. I told he no, like I always tells anyone when they offer to help me, I had dishes in the drainer that had to be put away first. She ignored me, put the things away which maybe I’ll find again, and maybe not, lol. And she did the dishes!

    When I was done I wiped the dishes to make more room for all the other things, like pots, etc. Jill cleaned the table and Brian and her took the leaf out and closed the table, Brian took the leaf to my bedroom and leaned it against the door jamb. I told him it lives in my closet, but he wasn’t allowed in there because that’s where the xmas presents were lurking.

    We all sat down in the LR with Pete, Sara and Nicholas, and a little later Jill told me Brian was going to debone the turkey. Say WHAT! She said he’s done it before, does it for his mom. I gave him a plate for the people meat, a plate for the scraps for my granddog’s dinner. When he was done, I went in there, the meat was piled very neatly, better job than I would do AND he washed the roaster.

    No one has ever, EVER cleaned up for me on Thanksgiving, mostly because I always tell them no. There’s no room by the sink for two people so I do it, I’m used to living with this kitchen. And no one has EVER deboned the turkey but me. I can’t believe how good it felt to see all that work done, as if by magic because I wasn’t the one who did it. I could get used to this, lol.

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  8. °¿º Carol says:

    Oh! Just as it was getting dark out, Pete went outside and put Christmas lights up on my American Red Bud, like he did last year. That was the first time there was ever xmas decorations, like lights, outside our house. He added two extra strings this year and those are on this side of my Forsythia circle which is on the other side of the Red Bud. When you look at it from the LR, and walk sideways, because there are lights on the Forsythia on the other side of the tree, it makes the Red Bud look 3 dimensional in the dark. Odd, that illusion, but I like it!

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  9. Den says:

    Popped my tree up today, threw on some lights and the clock said Beer Thirty.

    Ornaments tomorrow.

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  10. Den says:

    All Sheep and no Wool:

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