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kindaloupehackenweez BS: The Mother of all BS threads (59138* d) RE: BS: The Mother of all BS threads 01 Feb 06


Thank you Amos and Stilly River Sage:

lch liebe dich is german for lch love you. Thankyou's you "cats" are so helpful.

At about 11:30 last night FINIALLY found a great translation sight:

http://freetranslation.imtranslator.net/

I was awaken this morning at 4:30 by the sound of a dog barking outside my window above mainstreet in town. Opening the blinds to discover a freshly fallen shroud of snow covering my pickup parked on the street in front of the building i live in. And a Park Rapids Patrol car in front of my truck. I turn on the scanner to hear my resistration and name replied by disspatch.
   They were going to have it towed to impound for the being parked in a snow removal zone. Which extends from 2:00 to 5:00.
   There was 2 -2 1/2 inches of snow at most.
   Just the same didnt want to take the chance and proceed getting dressed and sloth like mossey out to brush the snow from the windshield.
   Yet the city patrolman sits and watches and after a bit. Drives slowly off with that look on his face.
   "Damit, just one more minute and we'd of had another 40 bucks for our dounut and coffee fund.
    I grin and wave as he proceeds on by. Thinking "Jerome, bad Karma's going to come down on you for thinking that". Oh well...
In a way it made my day thou. And yes i know next time i may sleep thru it and wont be so lucky. And then i'll pay.. But until then all you "Cats".
Have a wounderful day..peace...

kindaloupehackenweez


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