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  1. #39281
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    Atlanta, GA
    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    High 40s here, brrrr.
    Chillier than recent days and quite windy here in the 404 too.

  2. #39282
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilson View Post
    Chillier than recent days and quite windy here in the 404 too.
    Same. Going to drop to freezing tonight here after a few sunny 70 days.

  3. #39283
    Quote Originally Posted by aimo View Post
    I made my initial argument for crunchy years back on these boards, but maybe it merits repeating.

    When you smear it between two Nilla wafers, crunchy holds it in when you bite into it. Smooth just squirts right out.
    I recognize that the crunchy/smooth conundrum is THE question of.our time. I eat a ton of peanuts so if I eat a spoonful of peanut butter on celery I like smooth. But I recognize my weird diet is not representative of society as a whole.

  4. #39284
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    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    Same. Going to drop to freezing tonight here after a few sunny 70 days.
    we were in the 70s several days last week, go figure. It's April, which is NEVER to be trusted here...

  5. #39285
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    Quote Originally Posted by budwom View Post
    we were in the 70s several days last week, go figure. It's April, which is NEVER to be trusted here...
    We've already been on up into the 80s a handful of times. Overall, though, itís been a really lovely true spring here for the second year in a row.

  6. #39286
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    I recognize that the crunchy/smooth conundrum is THE question of.our time. I eat a ton of peanuts so if I eat a spoonful of peanut butter on celery I like smooth. But I recognize my weird diet is not representative of society as a whole.
    Iím used to March being the sloppier gal but Iíve always lived further south.

  7. #39287
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    Boston area, OK, Newton, right by Heartbreak Hill
    Friday is Shakespeare's birthday. I hope all will be celebrating accordingly.

  8. #39288
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    Friday is Shakespeare's birthday. I hope all will be celebrating accordingly.
    By putting my name on someone elseís work?


    (Runs)

  9. #39289
    Quote Originally Posted by budwom View Post
    Mulching activity has been suspended for the day due to snow, 2" and still falling, so any of you headed up here to help me can turn around...thanks!
    But I'm already in Ohio. Do you think the snow will be gone by the time I get there?

  10. #39290
    Yesterday morning we had some of the large fat fluffy flakes coming down between 7 and 8am. All melted by noon. Around 2pm, it was sunny over my car but a brief (about 30 seconds) snow flurry of very small flakes occurred - it was very weird.

  11. #39291
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    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    By putting my name on someone elseís work?


    (Runs)
    If it wasn't Shakespeare who wrote the plays - it was a woman.

    (I firmly believe the reason Shakespeare is Shakespeare and not Middleton or Johnson or Webster or Marlowe is because his female characters are actual people. Read The Duchess of Malfi or The Revenger's Tragedy if you don't believe me.)

  12. #39292
    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    Friday is Shakespeare's birthday. I hope all will be celebrating accordingly.
    Should we run around shouting "to be, or not to be"?

  13. #39293
    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    If it wasn't Shakespeare who wrote the plays - it was a woman.

    (I firmly believe the reason Shakespeare is Shakespeare and not Middleton or Johnson or Webster or Marlowe is because his female characters are actual people. Read The Duchess of Malfi or The Revenger's Tragedy if you don't believe me.)
    That article a few months ago was compelling.

  14. #39294
    Quote Originally Posted by DukieInKansas View Post
    Should we run around shouting "to be, or not to be"?
    You could also do a mashup with the NC motto and run around being and not seeming.

  15. #39295
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    If it wasn't Shakespeare who wrote the plays - it was a woman.

    (I firmly believe the reason Shakespeare is Shakespeare and not Middleton or Johnson or Webster or Marlowe is because his female characters are actual people. Read The Duchess of Malfi or The Revenger's Tragedy if you don't believe me.)
    Whoever wrote them was an artistic and EI genius, thatís for sure.

  16. #39296
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    Quote Originally Posted by DukieInKansas View Post
    Should we run around shouting "to be, or not to be"?
    I used to celebrate by asking people out and about what their favorite Shakespeare play was and then I would quote from it for them, but times have changed. I have decided moving forward to celebrate by committing one of the Sonnets to memory.

    So, anybody, pick a number between 1 and 154, and I'll learn that one (I know 18 and 116 already.)

  17. #39297
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    That article a few months ago was compelling.
    Yes, I've long been a Stratfordian (for very sexist reasons), but that article gave me chills. There are people that argue Shakespeare's works had to have been a collaboration and that article made me think they might be right.

  18. #39298
    I finally raised the sit-stand desk to the stand position in the hopes the cats wouldn't bother me. Now they are all angling for a spot on my shoulders.

  19. #39299
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    Durham, NC
    I thought it was a monkey with a typewriter and a lot of spare time.

  20. #39300
    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    Yes, I've long been a Stratfordian (for very sexist reasons), but that article gave me chills. There are people that argue Shakespeare's works had to have been a collaboration and that article made me think they might be right.
    I agree. You and I read studies for a living and we know what the term "evidence" means. And you are obviously better at it than I am.

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