- May 15, 2021
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Do these people know what they are doing??
It is and for my health, I limit my libation normally to once a week. Four times a week around St Paddy’s and also an HBC meeting put my liver enzymes up and my NP asked if I had been drinking much of the beer I make. So there’s that little hitch for me to keep in mind.That's a really short conference.
I wonder if there’s an admission charge.Good idea to pencil out the local shed tour.
Just because it says 'free' doesn't mean there's an extreme life changing cost.I wonder if there’s an admission charge.
The last time I was there he wasn‘t. I had one and left but yeah, that sounds more like it.If you have any love for me at all you will go by Bog Iron and tell Cape everyone on the Masshole thread really misses him. Then wait a few moments, burst out laughing and tell him you're just sh!tting him.
Recreational ball busting, like any skill, needs practice
No more step ladders for me, I'm getting too old for that sh!+. I have a single tier brew rig now.Trying to liven this joint up. One can only revel in group chat weather recounts for so long. Need a bit more of the old days with Rick falling off six foot step ladders and megatuns.
Wait - has anyone ever seen both Cape and Tipsy McStagger at the same time?
Cheers! (An inquiring mind has always wondered about that )
Are you talking about BBQ or health care? Cause if you've got a way to do Option B I'd like to hear about it. I am usually spectacularly unsuccessful helping my patients to quit.... getting ready to go turn a smoker into a non-smoker.
I’m a hypnotist and my success rate is better than the statistical 30% which is roughly equivalent to NRT with counseling. I prescreen for the clients readiness the goal being to not take someone on who is placating their partner or parents. Just some tweaking of thinking and feeling can make all the difference.Are you talking about BBQ or health care? Cause if you've got a way to do Option B I'd like to hear about it. I am usually spectacularly unsuccessful helping my patients to quit.
I didn’t take it that way, my mother ended life with lung cancer and pissed that she couldn’t smoke. She damn near set the bed on fire while getting morphine, before my dad (a former smoker) said no more. She was horrid each time she had attempted to stop. I believe she was addicted, she never asked me for help and I doubt it would have been beneficial. Sadly, that BIL of yours probably is too. Smokers are not my favorites to work with. They cancel appts, occasionally are no call no shows, but when I help one, I know I’ve helped to make a life better. Sorry I’ve gone on… it could be interesting maybe not, but as you see I’m willing to share info.btw, I didn't mean to trivialize getting off the tobacco train, and I recognize that can be a hellacious battle with lots of losses along the way. One of my wife's sisters is married to a guy who has had at least three lung cancer tumor reduction surgeries yet he's still puffing. Effin' tragic, really...
Highly unlikely. Paul don't hug. With certain VERY limited exceptions.I'm still just wondering whether Paul could use the new smithy shed to "tweak feelings".
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