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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    And Belgium kicked Russia's butt last night in European Qualifying matches of football -- 4 goals to 1.
    Woohoo!! Yay for you! I love it when a little nation takes down a large one. That whole David and Goliath thing.


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    Everybody was talking about that. I got the scoop from the checkout guy at Safeway. LOL He was quite upset. I hope that idiot never plays football again.
    Yeah, he won't be playing for awhile. The QB kinda started the whole thing so I think he should be punished too. I just read that he's getting a fine but no suspension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    Woohoo!! Yay for you! I love it when a little nation takes down a large one. That whole David and Goliath thing.
    Wellllll, Belgium is actually ranked and seeded higher than Russia here. In fact they are currently the Number 1 team in the Fifa Men's World Rankings.
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    Wellllll, Belgium is actually ranked and seeded higher than Russia here. In fact they are currently the Number 1 team in the Fifa Men's World Rankings.
    I meant in terms of size of the countries.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Smutty Tuesday!
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    Sparky is on screen. Therefore, it is canon. Elizabeth is still out there. And John WILL bring her home.

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    Lol, catching up today made me hungry- for cheese My newest favorites are Red Leicester, which I never seem to find in the states except the Aldi advent calendar or via online order, and comte, but my all time go to is Trader Joe's cheddar & gruyere melange. It's sooo good. And so reasonably priced. My doctor actually recommended I basically go vegan for a while, something about the diet being good when you have an autoimmune disease. I'm compromising at this point, eating as plant based as I reasonably can, but...I'm waiting until January to really start the dairy part of it.
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    Does anyone else here watch The Good Doctor. We just saw Paul Mcgillion playing a dying woman's ex- husband. It was a tearjerker and he did a great job with a short part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    Woohoo!! Yay for you! I love it when a little nation takes down a large one. That whole David and Goliath thing.
    Did a do-over with Cyprus last night, though they are smaller. They didn't even want to play the game cause last time we played them we creamed them -- it was a do-over... 6-1.

    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite-Possibilities View Post
    Wellllll, Belgium is actually ranked and seeded higher than Russia here. In fact they are currently the Number 1 team in the Fifa Men's World Rankings.
    I'm still surprised we are.

    We won all our games in the qualifying matches so I'm having high hopes for the European Championship next june.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Screw the Angst Wednesday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    Lol, catching up today made me hungry- for cheese My newest favorites are Red Leicester, which I never seem to find in the states except the Aldi advent calendar or via online order, and comte, but my all time go to is Trader Joe's cheddar & gruyere melange. It's sooo good. And so reasonably priced. My doctor actually recommended I basically go vegan for a while, something about the diet being good when you have an autoimmune disease. I'm compromising at this point, eating as plant based as I reasonably can, but...I'm waiting until January to really start the dairy part of it.
    Ahhh, New Year's resolutions. Yeah, it's hard to start something like that with the holidays coming up. Hope it does work for you once you get it going.

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    Does anyone else here watch The Good Doctor. We just saw Paul Mcgillion playing a dying woman's ex- husband. It was a tearjerker and he did a great job with a short part.
    I don't watch that one, but sounds like a good role. I'll have to check it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    Does anyone else here watch The Good Doctor. We just saw Paul Mcgillion playing a dying woman's ex- husband. It was a tearjerker and he did a great job with a short part.
    He is such a gem. I don't watch the show, but that's enough to make me want to check it out.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Screw the Angst Wednesday!



    Ahhh, New Year's resolutions. Yeah, it's hard to start something like that with the holidays coming up. Hope it does work for you once you get it going.
    I'll probably make a more generic New Years resolution, like to cook more with whole foods. I'm not committing to anything else at this point. As for the holidays thank goodness I moved my treadmill into my office. I've been good about walking almost every day with it staring me down, judging me. Maybe it will help me ward off those holiday calories. (Cookies, I'm looking at you.)
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    Well I heard back from both my phone screenings for new jobs.... no luck. I have an in-person interview on Friday.



    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    Does anyone else here watch The Good Doctor. We just saw Paul Mcgillion playing a dying woman's ex- husband. It was a tearjerker and he did a great job with a short part.
    No but I recently watched Red Widow (2013) which had Jamie Ray Newman (Laura Cadman). She was great in it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    Lol, catching up today made me hungry- for cheese My newest favorites are Red Leicester, which I never seem to find in the states except the Aldi advent calendar or via online order, and comte, but my all time go to is Trader Joe's cheddar & gruyere melange. It's sooo good. And so reasonably priced. My doctor actually recommended I basically go vegan for a while, something about the diet being good when you have an autoimmune disease. I'm compromising at this point, eating as plant based as I reasonably can, but...I'm waiting until January to really start the dairy part of it.
    Vegan, huh? My niece did that for a few years but has given it up. It's one thing to give up meat, another entirely to give up dairy. You wouldn't believe how many things have eggs or butter.


    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Did a do-over with Cyprus last night, though they are smaller. They didn't even want to play the game cause last time we played them we creamed them -- it was a do-over... 6-1.
    Awww, poor Cyprus.


    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    We won all our games in the qualifying matches so I'm having high hopes for the European Championship next june.
    Go Belgium!!

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    Awww, poor Cyprus.
    You think that's bad?

    A month ago, Armenia had a chance to qualify for a major tournament for the first time. Then we dropped points to a 1-1 draw with Lichtenstein, lost to Finland, lost to Greece at home (even though we'd won away), and ended with a 9-1 loss to Italy.
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    You think that's bad?

    A month ago, Armenia had a chance to qualify for a major tournament for the first time. Then we dropped points to a 1-1 draw with Lichtenstein, lost to Finland, lost to Greece at home (even though we'd won away), and ended with a 9-1 loss to Italy.
    See, I love Iceland -- they are a nobody when it comes to Euro/World soccer but they are amazing on the field. They rarely stand a chance of winning a game, especially against countries much higher on the list... but they always go into the game with that sort of attitude where you know you got nothing to loose so you just play the game and hope for the best.

    So every goal scored is a win.
    There are literally no expectations or pressure at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite-Possibilities View Post
    You think that's bad?

    A month ago, Armenia had a chance to qualify for a major tournament for the first time. Then we dropped points to a 1-1 draw with Lichtenstein, lost to Finland, lost to Greece at home (even though we'd won away), and ended with a 9-1 loss to Italy.
    9-1, huh? Ouch. That had to hurt. Is there no mercy rule? Oh wait, I remember that being a thing with the US Women's team, where they had run up the scoreboard and people were complaining about it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    See, I love Iceland -- they are a nobody when it comes to Euro/World soccer but they are amazing on the field. They rarely stand a chance of winning a game, especially against countries much higher on the list... but they always go into the game with that sort of attitude where you know you got nothing to loose so you just play the game and hope for the best.

    So every goal scored is a win.
    There are literally no expectations or pressure at all.
    Now that's the way to play, I guess!! I guess I should look at RI College Football that way.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Fluffy Thursday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    I'll probably make a more generic New Years resolution, like to cook more with whole foods. I'm not committing to anything else at this point. As for the holidays thank goodness I moved my treadmill into my office. I've been good about walking almost every day with it staring me down, judging me. Maybe it will help me ward off those holiday calories. (Cookies, I'm looking at you.)
    Walkies! I've been trying to take walkies every day. Fortunately, our driveway is long and hilly, so several times up and down makes for a pretty good hike.

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    Well I heard back from both my phone screenings for new jobs.... no luck. I have an in-person interview on Friday.
    That stinks! Hoping you have better luck on Friday!

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    Vegan, huh? My niece did that for a few years but has given it up. It's one thing to give up meat, another entirely to give up dairy. You wouldn't believe how many things have eggs or butter.
    And the ones that don't just don't taste the same.

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    See, I love Iceland -- they are a nobody when it comes to Euro/World soccer but they are amazing on the field. They rarely stand a chance of winning a game, especially against countries much higher on the list... but they always go into the game with that sort of attitude where you know you got nothing to loose so you just play the game and hope for the best.

    So every goal scored is a win.
    There are literally no expectations or pressure at all.
    Now that's the way all sports should be played, for the love of the game.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Pretty Friday!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    Well I heard back from both my phone screenings for new jobs.... no luck. I have an in-person interview on Friday.

    No but I recently watched Red Widow (2013) which had Jamie Ray Newman (Laura Cadman). She was great in it.

    Vegan, huh? My niece did that for a few years but has given it up. It's one thing to give up meat, another entirely to give up dairy. You wouldn't believe how many things have eggs or butter.
    Good luck!!!!

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Fluffy Thursday!



    Walkies! I've been trying to take walkies every day. Fortunately, our driveway is long and hilly, so several times up and down makes for a pretty good hike.


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    My interview got cancelled at the last minute. They'd had a career fair the prior day, and found candidates with experience. So they no longer wanted me.

    I'm feeling very drained by this whole experience.

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    You'll find a job, I'm sure... You have the knowledge.
    These people have no idea what they're missing out on.
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    My interview got cancelled at the last minute. They'd had a career fair the prior day, and found candidates with experience. So they no longer wanted me.

    I'm feeling very drained by this whole experience.
    Are you signed up with Monster.com or something like it? That was a big help for SR Jr at one time. I know you'll find the perfect place but job hunting is the pits.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Sparky!Family and College Football Saturday! Good luck to everyone's teams!

    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    My interview got cancelled at the last minute. They'd had a career fair the prior day, and found candidates with experience. So they no longer wanted me.

    I'm feeling very drained by this whole experience.
    *hugs* Don't give up, the right job IS out there waiting for you.

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    Are you signed up with Monster.com or something like it? That was a big help for SR Jr at one time. I know you'll find the perfect place but job hunting is the pits.
    And sometimes, taking a little break can help too. But then, that's true for many things in life.
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