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GlitterRose
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Okay, I'm bored. It's open season. 

Argue anything.

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Greatest at what is the question. Lol. 

I'm sure we could find something.

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3 minutes ago, South Alabam said:

Hmmm. I'll be back, can't think of anything yet

 

Weak! 

There's gotta be like a million things we disagree on.

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2 minutes ago, J.T. Edwards said:

hell.. I don't know.

Took any good dumps lately? 

Not something I rate on a general basis.

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Now about that avatar...

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Cloth or disposable diapers? I'm for disposables. I could tell you horror stories about diaper pails on wash day and a wee young lad that had to help mother.

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2 minutes ago, Hammerclaw said:

Cloth or disposable diapers? I'm for disposables. I could tell you horror stories about diaper pails on wash day and a wee young lad that had to help mother.

I think they're coming around to biodegradable ones. 

I'm on the no-thank-you list for washing out those things.

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I never knew it would be so difficult to disagree with people.

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6 minutes ago, GlitterRose said:

I think they're coming around to biodegradable ones. 

I'm on the no-thank-you list for washing out those things.

That is wise. It was a necessity when I was a child and an arduous task. They had to be hand washed before going into the washer, an old ringer washer. Mom never got to use disposables on her 5.

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1 minute ago, Hammerclaw said:

That is wise. It was a necessity when I was a child and an arduous task. They had to be hand washed before going into the washer, an old ringer washer. Mom never got to use disposables on her 5.

I saw one of those ring washers once but never had to use one. 

Privilege, it seems now.

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1 minute ago, GlitterRose said:

I saw one of those ring washers once but never had to use one. 

Privilege, it seems now.

Just more modern conveniences. A tv, an electric or gas stove, inside toilet and bath, telephone and washing machine were basic but not yet universal conveniences back then. My grandmother washed with a washboard in a galvanized tub which also doubled as a bath tub. Cooked and heated with wood stoves, too. She did have a tv and phone.

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2 minutes ago, Hammerclaw said:

Just more modern conveniences. A tv, an electric or gas stove, inside toilet and bath, telephone and washing machine were basic but not yet universal conveniences back then. My grandmother washed with a washboard in a galvanized tub which also doubled as a bath tub. Cooked and heated with wood stoves, too. She did have a tv and phone.

A wood stove is still good to have. Power goes out sometimes.

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Just now, GlitterRose said:

A wood stove is still good to have. Power goes out sometimes.

Oh my! The food she cooked on it was to die for! Best old fashion cathead biscuits and sausage and gravy I've ever eaten!

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All the modern conveniences in the world, and what gets offered up?

Frozen pizza?

Lol. 

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Just now, GlitterRose said:

All the modern conveniences in the world, and what gets offered up?

Frozen pizza?

Lol. 

Yeah, an old hermit like me eats his share of those. We eat what we can and have time to prepare. Breakfast is my favorite meal. I usually make a pepper cheese omelet, sausage and brioche toast and apricot preserves and butter, coffee, orange juice and an apple juice chaser. 

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Maybe with more time on our hands we can hone our culinary skills.

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1 minute ago, GlitterRose said:

Maybe with more time on our hands we can hone our culinary skills.

I hope you can, too. How's the little one?

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The little one?

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I don't have any little ones here.

My adopted son is grown.

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9 hours ago, GlitterRose said:

Weak! 

There's gotta be like a million things we disagree on.

No there isn't !       <_<

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