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Posted on Mon, Nov 15, 2010 00:31

I was just wondering who would click on this blog, I am trying to get some leads. I do this about every year but it hasn't worked very well for me so far, but neither has anything else I have tried. btw Bill always pays me $10 for leads, so that is another reason for the post. If you have something to confess, go ahead, I am listening. lol


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Posted on Thu, Aug 28, 2014 13:40

Quoting leonicvirgo:

...Here comes the BBB

Bongo playin behind

Here comes the BBB

Changin' women's state of mind

 

Trav'lin spa,notorious see

Introducing  none other

Than the BBB

Weary after that running thing

Message him,Give him a ring

Coast to Coast,Door to door

Aches melt away when hands explore

Do the head nod; I want that

Be there in an hour flat

10% off if he is late

Tips from those who appreciate

Head nod...

 

...Here comes the BBB...

 



WTF? Leonic's posts may be called entertaining, exasperating, among other descriptions but coherent is NOT one of them. I liked the description, "word salad" that another blogger used. By the way, I can no longer see the Amish blog so I could only read part of the "word-salad" post.



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Posted on Wed, Aug 27, 2014 08:49

Quoting wwww12345:

I agree.. Someone who is willing and able beats the heck out of someone who is snoring or shopping... lol..


...Here comes the BBB

Bongo playin behind

Here comes the BBB

Changin' women's state of mind

Hook up now...

 

Trav'lin spa,notorious see

Introducing  none other

Than the BBB

Weary after that running thing

Message him,Give him a ring

Coast to Coast,Door to door

Aches melt away when hands explore

Do the head nod; I want that

Be there in an hour flat

10% off if he is late

Tips from those who appreciate

Head nod...

 

...Here comes the BBB...

 



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Posted on Wed, Aug 27, 2014 07:58

It's a matter of control...and other things.....



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Posted on Sun, Mar 02, 2014 03:09

Quoting SundanceWoman:

Over sexed women are great Orlando as long as they're monogomous and with a man who is the same!  It's great to still have it and actually know what you're doing!


I agree.. Someone who is willing and able beats the heck out of someone who is snoring or shopping... lol..



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Posted on Fri, Feb 28, 2014 01:06

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I must be losing it, Bernie.  I thought that was Kama Sutra, the indian girl who was living in VisionaryLover's basement.



How could VL have a basement in space?  You really are losing it.... Sheeee

 



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Posted on Thu, Feb 27, 2014 10:18

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No, that was Siren... Tantra was the cute Russian girl living in Montana...



I must be losing it, Bernie.  I thought that was Kama Sutra, the indian girl who was living in VisionaryLover's basement.



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Posted on Wed, Feb 26, 2014 17:15

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I think so... tall, blonde hair?


No, that was Siren, in California, with the BB's... Tantra was the cute Russian girl living in Montana...



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Posted on Wed, Feb 26, 2014 10:35

Quoting Kevin6677:

Does any one know about Tantra?



I think so... tall, blonde hair?



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Posted on Mon, Jan 27, 2014 08:07

@Sundance..  I saw that you posted but apparently it was deleted.  If you didn't delete it, try again...



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Posted on Mon, Jan 27, 2014 08:07

Well, it is a new year and time to looks for some new leads...



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Posted on Mon, Jul 22, 2013 00:26

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1234.... Have you noticed the change in produce flavors? Not as good as when I was a girl in the 60's & 70's! I notice this with store bought organic carrots and watermelon especially- the grocery stores here in Wisconsin don't have any with the black seeds anymore.  We thought that was great in the beginning, no more spitting out those nuisance seeds...but the seedless kind really do not have the same luscious flavor. So I bought some heirloom seed for melon and squash and have started a place to plant them next year after all of my compost enriches the soil.  I had lettuce this year that tasted somewhat bitter, don't know what the cause is. It reseeded itself from last year so might try a different variety next year.  The mulch sounds like a good idea too. Let us know how it works.  Diana, I have no recipes for pickles.



I agree that the mass produced produce taste different.. It is also low in minerals because most produce is grown on mineral depleted soils..  If you want something good and good for you, then you have to grow it yourself, from the seeds of the old heirloom varieties.

My mulch didn't rot enough to use this year. Hopefully it will be ready by next year.. I will be adding extra nitrogen because all rotting material is low in nitrogen at first..

I noticed the same lack of good taste in a seedless watermelon I recently bought.  Cantaloupe doesn't taste right either.



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Posted on Tue, Apr 09, 2013 21:59

Does any one know about Tantra?



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Posted on Sat, Mar 16, 2013 10:07

I guess ou are eve lucky you met Santa. What about those that have not met him yet. What are we going to say about him..SELFISH?????hhhmmmm

SOmeone get me the right word..lol



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Posted on Wed, Jan 02, 2013 23:34

Actually Santa and I have never been able to agree on what being "good" is..  I think Santa might be a Democrat or something even worse..... It's time to elect a new Santa, one that listens to me....lol



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Posted on Wed, Jan 02, 2013 17:25

OH WWWW123456789101112.. Heeheehee~~

 

The "FAT MAN" told me you were NOT good this year.... But luckily for you, he passed out as we flew above your house! (That jolly man cannot hold his eggnog!!)  I'll have you know, I saved you from 3 bags of coal and one cart of "fools gold!" 

 

Now behave yourself this year..... Santa is on a mission! ;) 

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR~~~~ 

 

(Anybody recall that commercial where the little boy is writing Santa? Starts out with something like, "I've been excellent this year!" Then he has to scratch the word and put another word in it like good, then scratches that word out and puts something like, I was "okay".. )

 

I think that kid may be related to WWWW12345.. LOLOL... 


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Posted on Wed, Jan 02, 2013 17:07

How can i do the same like you.. to receive $$$  .. Than

ks..



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Posted on Tue, Dec 25, 2012 11:12

MERRY CHRISTMAS everyone...

 

I don't suppose it would do any good for me to tell you ladies what I wanted for Christmas... yea, I didn't think so.....well let me tell you, this being good is getting old old....I thought you only had to be good during the year, not the whole century....lol

 

Anyway,  MERRY CHRISTMAS everyone.  Hope you have a great day..

 

 



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Posted on Mon, Nov 12, 2012 00:27

Quoting Diana3316:

WWWW~

I grew up in NYS and we always had a giant garden.  My mother used to can bottles and bottles of dill pickles.  We grew our own dill; all kinds of berries, rubarb, corn, squash, pumkins, beans, apple orchard, pear trees, Linden tree too.  We even had Maple trees and Grandma used to make syrup.  We had rabbits, chickens, ducks and geese that also made it into our pots occasionally.  It sure was alot of work!  Although we didn't have much money, family of five, we always ate well.

 

Here in Texas, I try to garden.  I compost and save the seeds from squash.  But alas, the soil is poor; the sun just blisters everything; and the bugs are unrelenting.  This year I probably spent $50 on water alone and got maybe 3 Acorn squash, 3 Casaba squash, 1 pint of grape tomatoes and 2 bell peppers.  *sigh* 


Have you tried the butter squash?  I had good luck with it and there is also a squash that grows in Mexico that is suppose to be hardy and a big producer. Forgot the name.  I was thinking it might be Casaba, but guess not.   I have had great luck with okra.  It loves the heat and it doesn't take much water.   It produces from spring to fall, every day..I also love to eat okra.  Try it



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Posted on Mon, Nov 12, 2012 00:23

Quoting SundanceWoman:

I started a garden last season, switched out the clay soil in my garden plot to packaged organic soil and have been adding compost.  Am adding mulched leaves this fall, it's a work in progress.  What do you do to get the right minerals for veggie garden soil ? I've read Milangranite (spl) is good. 



What I did recently is buy 3 Cu. yards of raw wood chips, a trailer full. The chips the kind the tree trimmers grind up in their little portable tree ginders.  I spread it on about a 20ft by 30ft secion of my yard about 6 inches deep.  I think it will be rotted enough to use in about 6 months if I add some nitrogen fertilier.  The rotting procces uses up nitrogen if you mix in the soil so I left it on top of the soil.   I think these tree trimmings will be very rich in minerals. I have a gumbo dark clay in my town so it is rich, but you have to add humus.    Mulched leaves and mulched grass are always good for soil.

 

 



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