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Musings

  • The good news is that in the choice between a damaged television and a damaged Amazon Fire Stick, I got the broken Fire Stick.
    • We’ve been considering a new TV, but didn’t want to buy one this weekend.
  • Things I’ve decided as a parent:
    • Books are better than movies
    • Legos are better than Minecraft
    • Nerf guns are better than Fortnite
  • We got about three inches of wet snow, which rapidly turned to slush and then mud. It’s the natural cycle of things here in Louisville.
  • When your ten year old comes in from playing in the slush, then goes back out with a large glass of water, you know he’s creating something nefarious.
  • There’s a moment of absolute peace and well being when the dishes are done, the house is vacuumed, and the laundry is washed, dried, folded, and put away.
    • It’s only a moment, mind you, and then life reverts back to “hand grenade in a hen house” mode.
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  1. John in Philly

     /  January 14, 2019

    We were shopping at one of the discount member stores and I spent some time looking at the full auto Nerf guns.
    My wife asked if I was thinking of buying one, and my truthful answer was “No.” That’s because I was thinking of buying two.

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  2. OldNFO

     /  January 14, 2019

    Hand grenade in the hen house… ROTFLMAO! Love it!

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