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goodnatured



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Posted on Mon Nov 12, 2007 1:00 pm  

I always hit the log out button and then re login in everytime, just habit for me, that way I know I am signed in.
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Posted on Wed Nov 14, 2007 8:42 am  

Hey sun,

what happens is if you open different pages sometimes you get logged off in some pages whereas you remain logged in through some. So its always better to sign in before making any post. Smile
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Posted on Wed Nov 14, 2007 12:39 pm  

Hey Sun, yeah sometimes I do. I have to make a conscious effort to ensure that I'm signed in at all times or sometimes my posts are under 'guest' i made a habit of checking my right hand side and sometimes it'll say that i'm logged in then when i read and respond to a post i check again and at times it'll have the 'login' option activated!
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Posted on Wed Nov 14, 2007 5:41 pm  

I hear you debtstinker....... sometimes I think I am logged in, but in all reality I am not!!!
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Posted on Wed Nov 14, 2007 9:55 pm  

well i don't think that's entirely your fault because the right hand tool bar allows us to think we are and for that moment in time we are but when we go to post it'll change to the log in option and that's how i know ok i gotta log in. but what i love about this site is that when you log in you don't lose your position when posting! so i don't get lost
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Posted on Thu Nov 15, 2007 2:23 am  

Hey debtstinker, got another $1.50 off my next grocery order compliments of kraft, that program is really full of rewards, got my coupons all ready to go, I can't wait to see what my total savings will be on Friday.

My husband thinks I am an idiot for getting so excited over this, but I think every buck counts, he don't deal with the money, so he doesn't really see the savings.
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Posted on Thu Nov 15, 2007 8:51 pm  

honey, (and men no rock throwing please) my hubby NEVER sets foot in the grocery store ever since we were married three plus years ago. ok maybe once, he never had to. I do all the grocery shopping and prefer it that way cause when I went shopping with him while we were engaged he was like a little kid, throwing everything he saw in the cart. He'll admit that too so he leaves it up to me becuase I clip the coupons and search for the deals all over town! My father does do the shopping but like my hubby he throws in whatever he wants and my mom is just flabergasted with him sometimes Wink most men that i know do not deal with the money, but they make it. Our men contribute in many other ways but grocery shopping isn't one of them. i'm sure there are many guys out there doing the shopping but none that i know of Wink
great job good!
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Posted on Fri Nov 16, 2007 4:54 am  

Really I am not very well equipped to discern that. I have always visited grocery with dad on weekends. He is excellent. Probably it depends on the individual and what approach he/she takes. isn't it?
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Posted on Fri Nov 16, 2007 3:59 pm  

for men it is more like snack preparation instead of meal preparation. I do my shopping on the way home from work, he is not along thank goodness.
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Posted on Fri Nov 16, 2007 11:41 pm  

I have to agree with Laura, totally depends on the individual Smile i get a kick out of my hubby. thankfully he doesn't care what i put in front of him anymore, used to be we had to use brand name ketchups and crackers etc. now he could care less, as long as he doesn't have to get it and i don't interrupt his world of warcraft vetures Wink
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Posted on Sat Nov 17, 2007 3:54 am  

Thats really good. I would love to see my (future) hubby Wink do all the household chores for me.
He will kill me if he sees what I am writing here. Very Happy
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Posted on Tue Nov 27, 2007 2:19 am  

Mine got a buck today, so I had to come home from work and help him quarter and clean it, so over the next few days it will be cutting, grinding, making jerkey and summer sausage after I get the cuts done. I will package that part up pretty quickly and give alot of it to my mother inlaw. I just did a pig, so I am getting pretty tired of looking at raw meat, LOL. I save alot of money doing the wrapping myself, then I know what is in the packages too. I just don't look forward to the jerkey and summer sausage making, it is a long drawn out process and I will have to look at the raw meat marinading for days in my refrigerator. I won't be able to look at meat for about a week after this process.
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Posted on Sat Dec 01, 2007 1:48 pm  

Bet you are having tons of fun cutting and grinding up meat, huh, I hear you. I have been looking for different things to do with the meat, there is always so much of it.
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Posted on Sat Dec 01, 2007 8:23 pm  

Oh yeah da, fun fun, I spent the whole week in the evenings after work cleaning, cutting and grinding, finished up my jerkey last night and doing 20 pounds of bologna today, finally got it all of the refrigerator, now he will go out and shoot a doe. We will give alot of the bologna away, like for christmas or just to friends that don't hunt or make the stuff. It is definately alot of work, but it is only once a year, thank goodness, lol.

I don't do a whole lot with it except make the jerky and bologna, I cut some up for tips for some older ladies that I know who don't have access to the meat but enjoy it. Other than that it is mainly ground up and put into jerky or bologna.
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Posted on Sun Dec 02, 2007 12:00 am  

Wow, good for you, your are about finished then until the next one. Sounds like you distribute alot of it out though huh, you probably make alot of people happy with it that would not normally have it without you. I am sure you jerky and bologna are very good. Keep up the hard work, good.

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