messages to dasauce:
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from nixtress :
Happy Father's Day 2007.
from nixtress :
Happy Holidays.
from nixtress :
It's been a tremendously long time since you've updated. I keep you on my favorites because...well, just because. I hope you're well, hope SauceKid is great, hope life is nice to you. Happy Thanksgiving.
from nixtress :
Happy Father's Day 2006.
from nixtress :
I wonder sometimes how you are, how the boy is, how Life is treating you. I don't know that you'll ever come back but know that I wish you and yours the best.
from prissy-pants :
Just a note to say hello and that I hope things are well for you.
from nixtress :
Wherever you are, happy Father's Day. I miss your wonderful stories and hope The Boy is doing wonderfully.
from bettyalready :
UH HELLO???? Where the hell are you?
from bettyalready :
ARE YOU BACK?
from nixtress :
Have a good Thanksgiving.
from golfwidow :
Hey, stranger. Get your happiness on.
from nixtress :
Happy you're happy.
from prissy-pants :
For some reason, I happened to think of you today when I looked at my buddy list. Hmmmm,strange. Anywho, I hope that you and da family are doing well.
from katiedoyle :
also, i forgot to say you're my hero, if for no other reason than you mark your return by quoting TPB. how *cool* are you?! kd
from trinity63 :
Hi. While you haven't missed a whole lot around her in regards to what's been going on at d-land, we sure have missed you. You are like a breath of fresh air. I am so glad you are back writing:) xoxo
from golfwidow :
Huzzah! This is incredible news. We missed you muchly.
from katiedoyle :
:) excellent! glad you're back, too. missed ya.
from jehsika :
He lives! And lives well...well done.
from melii :
OH MY GOD! wow i missed you. good to see that you're back.. i've been away for quite a while, had a summer of good things and bad, and a fallow period from d-land. but i'm trying to come back, slowly, with very little panache, but it's getting warmer outside and life is good. you still in cali? i heard through the grapevine that you'd gone back east? anyway, no matter, take good care..
from lorster :
I'm so happy that things on your life are taking a decided upward swing! And I'm glad you updated to let your fans know. :)
from prissy-pants :
So glad that you are back and even gladder ;0) that things are going so great for you. DaSauce you be DaMan!!!!!!!!
from cruel-irony :
Congratulations! Sounds like there've been some rough times, but lots of good too. It's good to "see" you. Welcome back!
from nixtress :
Thought my eyes were deceiving me...congrats on all the goodness goin' on :)
from prowlingleo :
Glad to see you're back, you've been missed!
from nixtress :
Don't know if you still read these things, but in any case, hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
from fiestada :
Are you ever, ever coming back?
from nixtress :
I'm sure by now that school has started for DatBoy of yours. Hope things are going well for him and for you as well. If you never come back? That's ok. Just be happy.
from cosmicrayola :
Are you ever coming back? We miss you!
from prissy-pants :
Hope that things are going well for you and your little man. Be sweet :)
from prowlingleo :
69 days...
from neon7c :
hey MIA-sauce...i hope all is well.
from prowlingleo :
Missing you still...where the heck are ya?
from trinity63 :
Hey are you okay? Just checking in, as I hadn't heard from you in a while. Tag you are it.
from nixtress :
Hope your 4th of July holiday weekend went well and was filled with all things fun. As much as I miss your entries, I miss knowing you're okay even more. Still sending you good vibes, N.
from prowlingleo :
Wishing you a happy 4th, and thank you for giving me a great read!
from prowlingleo :
Still thinking about you ;)
from onewetleg :
alright. im adding you to my favorites. you are pretty phucking awsome. check me out some time. im not as talented as you, but have some high points.
from nixtress :
Happy Father's Day :)
from prowlingleo :
Happy Father's Day sweetie, I can't think of anyone that deserves an entire day more than you. Hope all is well, miss you!
from bettyalready :
H A P P Y F A T H E R ' S D A Y !!!!!!!!!
from nixtress :
Hey you. At risk of sounding like a cheesy 80's song, I was thinking about you and wanted you to know that I really hope your waters are stilling over there. Keep chuggin' along, Pop. Seen or not, the headway's there.
from prowlingleo :
I know this is officialy random guestbook signing week, but I'm making it a 'thank you for reading me' day. So here is me, thanking you, for continuing to read me.
from marn :
Good to hear that, Sauce Guy. It's a hard line to toe, eh? I mean I was concerned, but I didn't want to pry ... Stay well, look forward to your return.
from amberfalls :
Hello. I will be running in San Diego on June 1. If you are out and about, stop on over at the race. They will have lots of live bands etc and you can cheer me on. I'll be one of the six zillion people in the purple shirts :) Take care.
from prowlingleo :
Psst...I miss you, time to update.
from amberfalls :
Was just missing my daily dose of sauce. Hope everything is all right.
from metanoia :
My son is 29 now, but I remember the days you are loving now. Good times and yes, good that he is learning to be true to himself. What better lesson? Sometimes, when I exhausted all my ideas in my effort to "get him to do what he was supposed to do" I put the question to him - what would you do to you to make this point? My God! He was soooo harsh! LOL I would take his suggestion (probably something like you could kill me) and back it down a few notches and it seemed to work sometimes - other times nothing worked (again, LOL). Good luck to you and enjoy.
from prowlingleo :
Just wanted to let you know I'm locking up my diary tonight. Email me if you want in. Miss you!
from enondoiel :
Welcome back.
from amberfalls :
Wow! Sounds like it's been a difficult month. I hope you're doing allright and that the clouds pass quickly. Take care and I will send good thoughts your way.
from prowlingleo :
Hope all is well, it's been a while! Just wanted to let you know an interesting google fact. I just got a hit on my diary for a google search of 'dasauce.' Someone checking out your stalkers? Hehe, miss you.
from jehsika :
Hey there, you there, out there. All is well? Or has gotten well I suppose I ought to say?
from nixtress :
Ok Saucedoodle, here's hoping SauceJr is feeling better and everything is peachy in your world. I'm thinking Life's got you by the balls and is keeping your fair to busy. Just wanted you to know I miss your updates. Take care, Noodleboy.
from enondoiel :
Hey you, not having time for writing entries? Hope you're okay and that your son is done with the flu, if nothing else works try papaya and orange. C vitamins kick the flu's ass. Take care!
from ursaminor2 :
A few of the different kinds of laughs: there is the nervous laugh, the sarcastic snort, the I better laugh because everyone else is laughing, the I'm so tired I'm going to laugh and cry at the same time, the oh my gosh did I really laugh that loud, and the relaxed I can relate chuckle. The last one is you. The I can relate chuckle. Thanks for that.
from melii :
hello my long lost friend (well, not so long or lost i suppose) ..i hope you are well, and i send you an inter-national inter-timezonal bigfathug.. jobthing going ok? hope you are well.. (and i made you a cheezy piece of photoshop lovin' on my site hee.. cheers.. mel
from amberfalls :
The irony of people being pro-life (anti-choice) and pro-capital punishment. It's funny in a sick, twisted, weird sort of way. It completely baffles me. Appologies for any confusion.
from tattodnanny :
I don't necessarily agree with you on the death penelty, though I don't like the way it is used in this country oftentimes. However, I have no intention of taking you off my favorite list. Hell, if I deleted everybody who's politics don't agree with mine, I'd be an awfull lonely diarist!
from katiedoyle :
hey, i have a survey too, ya know... :)
from trinity63 :
Tag you're it!
from enondoiel :
What about you? And PS: you should take your own survey!
from nixtress :
Hey. Just saying..hey. Fully understood the Easter-that-almost-wasn't entry. Had a bit of a similar situation meself. Thankfully, in both instances, things all worked out. Go, single-parentus. Glad things are looking up for you :)
from enondoiel :
Ah. Thanks for the clear up. Sometimes (all the time?) I'm a bit (let's put it nicely) slow. Bear with me? I try my best! Hugs.
from enondoiel :
Thank you for the nice notes! Just out of curiosity: what makes someone marriageable? And why did that entry convey that impression about me? Would indeed be fun to know. And if a 53 year-old Norwegian man dies of poisoning within a few weeks, I trust you to keep your mouth shut! *smiles*
from prowlingleo :
Haven't used it a while, had to dust it off. Maybe I lost you? Breathing...thanks for the reminder.
from prowlingleo :
You can find mine on my profile. Thank you.
from prowlingleo :
Would you mind an email? Something I'd like to talk to you about...
from nudeplatypus :
I plan on marrying Lloyd Dobler...I just have to figure out how to get around that whole he's a fictional character thing.
from freeblog :
lol: FreeB. Freebie. I'm not reading anything into that. I'm not. :) Yeah, I had to go to BofA to cash a check from someone I figured would put a hold on their payment, and I had to be fingerprinted for it. I was less than happy and had half a mind to just deposit the damn thing in my own account and take my chances. If I didn't need the damn money, and it hadn't taken almost a year to get it from the loser deadbeat, I would have. :( Gotta love that Poindexter-Ashcroft circle of power, don'tcha? :( me
from marn :
Hey, I did respond. I'll do a forward again from the Yahoo account. All I know about the woman is an e-mail I got from her saying she was recently divorced, took heart from my diary that it seemed that 50 didn't mean life was over, and wanted the address so she could get a tee shirt transfer. I know nothing else about her. I don't know what technobabble would be. There is a site called technoerotica and he created wander-lust which is a portal where I'm listed. Could that be it?
from mrs-roboto :
I had no idea that the book was not original. Should I check out the other book? How did Dunn get away with stealing the premise?
from tattodnanny :
oh, look at me, signing your guestbook again! I've no objection to your taking daboy to Hooters, othere then these: 1. I found the food underwhelming in the least, and b. the waitress seem to think that because they have nice tits, they don't actually have to wait tables or anything. these both may be local phenomon, however.
from tattodnanny :
sorry, I got too saucy, sauce..HE! I amuse me!...pure force of habit. Please forgive this tattood human.
from trancejen :
Heh. Cool link. If you want to see the world in Previous Jen Vision, go outside and rub some mud on your glasses. Then look at the cross and notice that you cannot see the spot, anything above it, anything to the right of it, or anything around it. LOL Now I am a spot-seeing fool. Long live the spots.
from ratbag52 :
I understand
from ska-t :
Why the TM symbol? 'Cause, cuz, the made-up concept of "Karma Points" just looks nekkid without the official stamp of governmental approval. Kno'm say'n? Day-m, M. le Saucier, them wing dings is big enough for the both of us! Hope you're catching a sublime beta wave in the Land of the Perpetual Summer, Ho Dad. Hmmm... that title used to look cool....
from trancejen :
Shithead reporting for duty, sir. Sucking it up, sir. You betcha. How is your job search going? Because I'm not finding Jack Bone.
from ska-t :
Those yukon golds sound an ass-load better than the nong shim freeze-dried ramen festooned with sriracha, festering in my belly.
from nixtress :
hey. You've been hibernating a bit? Too much introspection can drive you crazy. And if you pick yourself or things apart too thoroughly, it's sometimes hard to put it all back together in a way that makes sense. It's a good thing you have your little guy. He'll keep it real and help you to keep peace of mind amid the twelve tons of turmoil roiling your brain. And if you need a brain to bounce things off of, or even just someone to laugh at cuz they're really damn goofy, look me up :P take care, Mr. Man.
from prowlingleo :
*Kiss*
from tattodnanny :
Some people miss the whole point of why America is worth fighting for. It's cuz we can sooo disagree with our leaders, and not be afraid of anything worse than uber-conservative pooties who missed the day the covered free speech in civics class taking us off their buddy list. I'm not real sure how I feel about the Shrubs war plans, but I fully support your right to completly disagree with him. and it's the idiots who think it's unAmerican to disagree who don't really understand what makes America great. Fight da power, sauce brother!
from ska-t :
Word Up, bruthaman. Fasten your safety belt....
from faery-tale :
Whoa, are you giving wangitude to Marn? Where's mine?? And btw, forget that I said you were sweet... you're a meanie. ;)
from marn :
Want to know the worst part? I ACTUALLY DRAGGED HIM TO SEE WIDOWMAKER, KNOWING FULL WELL THAT IT WAS A TERRIBLE MOVIE. Oh, I can be so very, very cruel to that man. Thanks for the wangitude--heeeee, thanking strangers for wangitude--I am such a hussy. :)
from faery-tale :
You are so sweet. But how do you know I deserve it? Maybe I'm a really bad and mean person. You never know! (Hugs and thanks anyway.) :)
from ladycheyenne :
A "CCI" was referred to earlier in that entry. My sisters call "my type" the "carbon-copy italians" which was shortened to CCI when they call my attention to them on the street. I have silly sisters. *blush* No wonder you couldn't google it! ;)
from enondoiel :
Thanks! I'll remember that for... when's the next American holiday I know nothing about coming up? I'll be sure to wish you a Happy Something then! Can I hug you? Please? *does it anyway* hey, eveybody else is doing it! And the two points have been noted. Norge. Yay. (or didn't you know?). This got long. Sorry about that!
from dancingbrave :
Hee! I thought I'd searched on "puking" and "puked" but I guess not! Doh! Typical.
from idiot-milk :
Uh, I've been known to jiggle. Does that count? Something?
from freeblog :
back. updated. glad you feel better, if i didn't say before.
from allinonegirl :
hey Dasauce, I really like the entry about this impending war that scares us. Few Americans I know see things as clearly as you do. *HUG* Have a great week. Carolina
from nixtress :
Thank you for the mental squeeze. I think you also sent some of your sunshine as well :)
from trancejen :
Skeeching!!! FUNNEST. THING. EVER. Oh God. Nothing could beat it, except maybe doing donuts on the ice-covered church parking lot. WOO!
from ska-t :
Now, Louis Armstrong with a Jamaican jazz backup would be medicinal, right about now. I suppose Fats Domino will have to do (he downed many a swig of rum, thereabouts). I'm exhausted, vicariously, from your Journal O' Wear & Tear. They say people change appearance, over time... I tend to think that it's just the cumulative effect of scar tissue. Hoppin' Down The Contusion Trail!
from katiedoyle :
glad to hear you're feeling better. :) kd
from katiedoyle :
i just read other diaries for a while, which basically sent me the cosmic message "lighten up, francis". i'm still pretty stressed out, and a stressed katie is just not a fun katie, sadly. it's been a bad month. but thank you; i'm glad that entry was an improvement over recent reads. i was beginning to fear i would lose even more of my readership than i already have. kd
from golfwidow :
Pfft. You're such a Boy.
from golfwidow :
Oh, pay attention. I've written, like, entire entries about why I lust madly after Anthony Bourdain, and why Emeril should be bitchslapped. You can find the links here: http://golfwidow.diaryland.com/chefwars.html
from serena6184 :
the mother and father...the good earth spirits...sorry. i'm a rather odd mix of wiccan earth religion and catholocism. and i don't think they would want your kidney's anyways... ;) peace out
from squirrelx :
It's YOU who rocks! Thank you for the note, sir. Your timin' was perfect. A sweeter gesture couldn't possibly have been made at more appropriate moment. Best, Xtine
from trancejen :
You know, I don't even have the proper equipment required to truly feel your pain, but I do. That must hurt like a mofo. Praying for stone shrinkage and other good weekend happenings...
from faery-tale :
Birthing stones, huh? Have you got some plugs in your plumbing, darling?
from ehadams :
Haha. Piehole has that many entries cause she writes three crazy sentences in each entry, and then repeats three times a day. Thats ok, she makes me laugh. Take your time reading, thanks for stopping by.
from serena6184 :
dood, you are the most wonderfullest single dad ever...i just read your "best drama" winner. all i can say is that i hope you always do well. may the mother and father bless and keep you always
from thisdarkgirl :
Yay for fake redheads. I'll let you off on this one. But remember... there's no comparison to the real thing, baby.
from trancejen :
Now I feel badly and offer to make you a kidney stone necklace as a peace offering. I will use only the finest semi-precious stones(and kidney stones, of course). It will be a family heirloom.
from trancejen :
OK, now you made me laugh my ass off until I wheezed, because your comment about the 30-ft labia inexplicably made me think of the children's playground classic - "Do Your Ears Hang Low", but with Ears replaced. LMAO And a question - can't they shoot some Drain-O in there? Doesn't it dissolve calcium deposits?? :D
from ska-t :
SD=Catholic Guilt, aye. Better to read about it, vicariously (interesting, that root word being "vicar"). He one-ups Tolkien for angst. Really, I'd rather watch reruns of Father Ted to put the Vatican in perspective. I feel a Father Jack coming on....
from ska-t :
I never did get the "Christian" part of the "work ethic," either. Go thump yer Bible over where somebody will appreciate it, boyo. Like with some "compassionate conservative"... like Duhhhb-Yuh.
from amberfalls :
Thanks for the clix. You rock (no pun intended). I'm glad you're feeling a little better for the time being. Good luck. -a-
from ska-t :
That bit about the impaling on the bicycle seat is gonna make me wince for the rest of the day. Like most guys, I only ever got a twanging. East coast mountains get mad props... unlike the west, Our Forefathers decided that the most difficult way to the top aided in Divine Salvation through much suffering. Not the easy way, heaven forbid.
from golfwidow :
Get your better on, get your caught up with everyone else on, and don't worry about me; as long as I know you and daMiniSousChef are okay I can wait to hear from you till you have the time/energy.
from mangoprawns :
congrats and OUCH all at once
from katiedoyle :
i didn't realize you were in unpleasant condition. hope it ends soon. thanks for all the links. kd
from katiedoyle :
you do realize i am firmly in touch with my own inner geek, right? it's not an insult. but yer still a geek. i knew that MUD stuff. but i never played one. in one. whatever. geek. :)
from katiedoyle :
lol; you really are a geek. :)
from katiedoyle :
geek.
from tattodnanny :
My younger brother had that "he's so big people think he's way older than he is" thing happen to him all the time,and it was a pain in the ass,
from cruel-irony :
Yikes! Kidney stones... that's some serious pain there. Hope you pass them, and soon.
from neon7c :
woo hooo! here's to [hopefully soon!] relief! heeheehee
from jehsika :
Ish...I am so sorry you feel so bad! You know we love you right?
from enondoiel :
Happy 103rd entry! (foolishly trying to cover up the fact that I forgot to congratulate on the 100th...) Hope you get better soon!
from squirrelx :
Kidney stones! Good Lord, Sauce. How can you still be crackin' wise when you're dealin' with a medical problem as serious and PAINFUL as that? You're amazin'! Take tender care of yourself, you hear? Best, Xtine / Squirrel X
from nixtress :
Continued vibes of the pass-those-puppies-soon nature flowing from the East Coast for you. And hugs as well :) n.
from neon7c :
holy hell. ow. that sounds hellacious. get well soon, oh saucy one. :)
from kate-nz :
Hope you're feeling better soon. take care, Kate
from fiestada :
I'd LOVE a jpeg of that Housekeeping Monthly thing if you've got it handy. And may I just say I'm terribly flattered that you've read me...I didn't think anyone was, much less DatSauceGuy. *blushes*
from prowlingleo :
Another drive by comment *hugs* problems, problems, we all have em, we solve em, hehehe (yes, I need sleep, or therapy, or drugs).
from neon7c :
awwww!!!! i just read your new comment for me. *hugs* back to you. i'm trying....
from squirrelx :
Please accept my apology for takin' so long to thank you for the wonderful notes you left me and for the high honor of havin' been added to your list of fave raves. No matter what words I write here to convey my gratitude, they'll be pale and weak in comparison to the emotion they represent, so I'll just settle for another simple THANK YOU, in hopes that you can intuit how much your kindness is appreciated. Best, Xtine / Squirrel X
from nixtress :
Thank you :) And yes, it seems you're the only one who likes to leave them at this point. You'll have to look me up sometime, when I'm not at work :P and can actually chitter with you. No annoyance to be found in someone who cares for a little person like that. NONE. Take care--Nikki
from mangoprawns :
hey saucier! - [and, apparently, all round chick magnet] - everything here's broken into baker's dozens - [decimal not yet] - but still, yeah, the brown-nose coin is worthless - what do i know about running a country anyway - ps, DaWords were good
from katiedoyle :
it's pretty odd we both went of on that whole nuculer thing within a day of each other. wow. and i bought the new princess bride dvd a coupla weeks back and was planning on watching it tonight. another wild bit o' weirdness. have a good weekend. kd (thanks for the nice note)
from cruel-irony :
Heck, he couldn't even find the pilot light to my unit. I'm actually surprised he found my house.
from nixtress :
Well, Pumpkin Pie, that would be in ref to an entry you did a day or two ago about being in house 90 daysish and wondering whether to say adios..making more sensical now? And I don't know that I'd count you as..oafish in any frame of the word. Just needed a mental..prick. :)NixtressNik
from nixtress :
Mmm yes I noticed. Thank you :) Good luck in traveling my ramblings--I'm a mixey mess of everything all combined and it's set out by whatever seems to be most prevalent on my brain. It'll give you a laugh or two at times, with wood mixed in. I think you're a riot and I'm looking forward to your renewal *hint, nudge*. Take care.
from scanzilla :
I got reviewed on banner reviews without my requesting it. I notice to you got a shitty review. Your site doesn't seem confusing or alien like to me. Further proving review sites are fucking lame. Just wanted to give you props.
from mollz77 :
thank you for bein such a sweetie! what a devoted reader...(as i am to you of course!)
from enondoiel :
Thanks for your kind words. Always knows who to cheer someone up! And: Norway has midnight sun as well you know! Who's the mysterious Finnish Lady that makes you overlook the rest of Scandinavia? *smiles*
from oddly-enough :
Don't worry, I am not complaining, was just teasing you a little, silly! (Actually I think the notes thing is kinda cool, being new around here and all I am still playing with everything! At this point, you are the whole of my notes section!)
from kate-nz :
I'm not sure about this lamb eating tour... (i'm picturing those little white woolly things bouncing around the paddocks in spring) - though i'm sure you know - NZ lamb is great! can i offer kiwifruit and the LotR filming-location tour?
from oddly-enough :
Hey sweets! Never did find out about those Vermonters (they were all in a big group at the back of the plane for some reason), I just thought it odd they were all labeled! What, did you give up on email, now I just get notes here instead huh? *wink*
from trancejen :
No worries about the music 'tall. But I have created a rather stellar blues mix, and I'll send it if you'd like one.
from neon7c :
holy hell. that is a horrific date. i'm so unbelievably sorry that you ended up with an over-sugared-lush-girl. yikes. ;)
from marn :
I never thought I'd see the day where I'd be looking at the spousal unit's wistful face and thinking, "Well, better pencil in some nookie time soon." Good Lord, can the apocalypse be far away?
from neon7c :
:) i don't have really anything to say. just :)
from trancejen :
Tell you what - you send me the kid mix or blues goodness, and I will send you one of my personalized TranceJen KaZaA Madness mixes - your choice of genre or tunage or what-have-you.
from trancejen :
SauceMan, you ROCK. Keb Mo is an old friend, and here I had forgotten all about him. Your picks were fantastic and I will be downloading for days on end. Rock on.
from cruel-irony :
Just for the record, here's how I pictured the rival law school showdown would go. "I'll see you in court!" "Oh no, I'll see YOU in court." "Well, I'll file a motion!" "Okay then, I'll SECOND that motion." Security: "Court adjourned". "I'm gonna appeal!" "You know, you don't SCARE me!" (That's what I pictured anyway.) Bestest.
from kate-nz :
love your grammy's review! just want to read more of your diary! Norah was pretty ok in concert here on 14 feb - made for a nice valentine's date!
from katiedoyle :
lol; freak you are a.
from amberfalls :
I have to admit that although I found the NPR review of the Grammy's slightly more informative, it wasn't nearly as entertaining as yours. -a-
from neon7c :
ooh. anger, fire and venom on your grammy reviews. taste is in the eye of the beholder, i suppose. i agreed with you on some points. not all. but some. but norah jones's cd is the most snooze-worthy album of the YEAR! way too overhyped...
from p-brain :
Jeez... another cool layout. I just stepped out from another place and then found your link in my GB. Had to look. This is going to sound cheesy (or perhaps retarded is the right word) but I will come back. I just have a few little things to do first. Promise. =)
from amberfalls :
...snakes and snails and puppy dog tails. That's what little boys are made of :D -a-
from allinonegirl :
hey there, I love what you wrote about me in your profile :-D and you are the sweet one :) have a great week and live life to the fullest
from freeblog :
i don't have a comment on the page link. i don't know where to get one. are you supergold? i'm only gold. free
from nudeplatypus :
That letter to Santa is the cutest thing that I have read in a long, long time.
from freeblog :
I never get any of your emails, actually. I think you've sent me at least 2, and I haven't gotten them. If you send them to sionrel, please put kojak in the subject line. It's the current password. I get too damn much spam there. As for the ring, go to my profile and look for diaryrings freeblog belongs to. you can click the view details link after the-shrub, and it'll offer you another link to join. later. :) kd
from katiedoyle :
we got the rock and roll here, too, but much less strong than you did, because i thought it was around a 3.1, though TB called it at 4.7 or so. we were surprised it was as far away as big bear. i thought it was a small, local one.
from jehsika :
A late thank you, but a thank you all the same.
from trancejen :
We are still undecided as far as towns go. D. is looking in Modesto, Livermore, and a few of the burbs in that area. It's a puzzlement.
from neon7c :
rain rain go away! arrrgh. so i'm stuck watching bad tv and drinking bad wine. *sigh*
from cruel-irony :
Too cute! What a sweetie.
from mollz77 :
hey, thanks for readin' (although personally i think its damn boring shit!), keep lovin socal (i know i do!) peace
from trancejen :
Where are you located in the Gret Stet of California? Will we be neighbors?
from dancingbrave :
Hey! You submitted me? You rule! What a nice thing to do. And I love the entry of yours that got nominated. It's really touching, and I bet it was tough to write. Congratulations!
from katiedoyle :
i don't know why that showed up 2x, by the way. sorry.
from katiedoyle :
life just really fucking sucks, sometimes. i'm "really" looking forward to the next 50 years. <drip, drip> thank you, though. i appreciate the words.
from katiedoyle :
life just really fucking sucks, sometimes. i'm "really" looking forward to the next 50 years. <drip, drip> thank you, though. i appreciate the words.
from squirrelx :
Squirrel fishin'! I love it. Almost makes me wish I'd gone to Harvard. Almost. Best, Xtine / Squirrel X
from jehsika :
And I feel compelled to add that the brain bleaching comment was a joke...if one (me) has a sneaking suspicion she will not like a definition...one should not click, hm? My own fault.
from roklobster :
Heh - ya, I'm sure I meant "swanky". But I could be persuaded to add "spanky", if some persuasion is passed my way. *grin*
from freeblog :
i started a webring called the-shrub. fyi. :)
from enondoiel :
IB is a very nice abbrevation for the somewhat scary term International Baccalaureate (thank God French is a language I've never had), a course which lets you graduate after two years instead of the normal three. It's spread across the world, I think there's like at least one school with the program in each country. I guess certain big ones (like your almighty *smiles! smiles!* self) have more than one. The teaching is all done in English, and it's just basically really, really hard. The students come from all over the world, usually on student exchange programs, but Norwegian students can apply as well. UWC (which I ranted about in the end) is one of the exchange programs that lets you go to a school in the country of your choice and take the IB exam. YFU is also such a program, but they offer only "regular" exams. I certainly went wild with abbrevations in that entry, didn't I? Sheesh... And you're the Wonderful Human!!!
from amberfalls :
Hello. Isn't it fun to be a walking/talking bundle of contradictions? It keeps everyone on their toes. -a-
from neon7c :
*sigh* so not fair that you are so far away.
from cruel-irony :
You're welcome. I'd forgotten that story. Man, it was too funny!
from jehsika :
Sorry sweetie darling...note to self...references...okay...it was that urban dictionary link...I clicked on a couple of the most popular words and wished I hadn't...particularly Cleveland Steamer, ick...
from piehole :
Hello? Girl smacks boy for coming too soon? BAHAHA! HI-LAR-ITY! ...Or maybe I'm just envious because I never thought to employ that method... I'd always used "guilt trip"... Hmm *Taking notes* ... Slap... man... across... face.
from cosmicrayola :
Just thought I'd let you know. I voted for your entry. It was amazing. I will be reading more as soon as I add you to my favorites.
from neon7c :
hey. did you know you've been nominated for a diarist award? congrats. :)
from piehole :
I was going to read everything and then comment my brains out, but... but... Joe Millionaire is starting in FORTY minutes! ... Don't look at me like that. I know you love it to.
from piehole :
I am PIEHOLE!
from piehole :
Muahaha! If you go back a year and read, you'll have to read ALL 583 ENTRIES! Hey, I'm not proud... (And if you're wondering, I found you via the Diarist.net awards. WHEE! ... Also if you were wondering, somebody nominated me, and those baffoons over there did not choose me. CAN YOU BELIEVE THE BALLS ON THEM? BIG! HONKING! BALLS! Don't they know who I am?)
from allinonegirl :
thanks for reading my whole diary and thanks for leaving me such a great guestbook message. It really made me smile. :-D have a terrific week :)
from katiedoyle :
TB is not one for parties, so i will probably go to j-co's, but thank you for the invite. and yes, TB does, on occassion, read my entries. especially when i make him. :)
from katiedoyle :
untrue. if one has achieved a fast enough speed, despite the presence of rink cops enforcing the speed limit, then leaning hard into the turn and getting a little low is the only way to do it; however, it should be noted one must also know how to do the skate over skate crossfoot turn, or one is indeed toast with the wall. *i* have been known to defy a rink cop or two in my day, and know the magic of the fast curve skate.
from jehsika :
I had no idea of the hidden meanings in modern cartoons...groovy...and they're funny too!...my favorite is Johnny Bravo
from allinonegirl :
hi !! you have a crazy and nice diary and it caught my eyes. I'll definitely come back to read more. :-D a Brazilian girl
from katiedoyle :
aw...i love it when people recognize a quote, tho' that one was pretty easy. you know, when i was dating, i wouldn't even *consider* a guy who didn't list tpb as one of his favorite movies. i love the book as well. i have often wondered, if you actually sent the money to that address in the book, would you get a copy of the stuff that was cut, or was that a joke? goldman is a genius.
from jehsika :
You noted: One: Are you calling me a cartoon? Two: Llama is long-time-gamer-speak (meaning Lamer as rhymes with Gamer...)and I answer: One:Never sweetie darling! I'm calling you surreal. Two: I had no idea it had a such a meaning...the character that said the line (Carl, Jimmys' less than bright best friend) is supposed to be fascinated with llamas...I always thought it was a cryptic Monty Python reference...
from marn :
I'll get him to sit through the first few minutes and keep my fingers crossed he gets hooked :) I do hope the show lives up to the buzz--I've been dying to see it for ages.
from nudeplatypus :
I have a bumper sticker that says "It never fails. You start having fun and they send in the lawyers." A lawyer in the parking lot of Target didn't think it was funny. I tried to explain that I was a law student and it was just a joke. However, Target lawyer was very uptight.
from cruel-irony :
DaKid has a great sense of humor and great taste. I love Steven Wright. Sorry DaKid is illin' though. Ear stuff, uh, sucks.
from cruel-irony :
That's a great idea. She can be my little laboratory rat for such experiments. Normally, I don't shoot people a death look, but she caught me off-guard with that one.
from enondoiel :
Well, congrats on your 80th! Noticed that, despite a horrible loss of sleep lately! *proud* And yeah, that goes for the ass as well... We're, for strange reasons, very closely attached (ignore all this bad humour shit... hey, it's me!). *Can't end something with a parentheses, must write something more* Have a good day!
from jehsika :
whoa...bummer on the neighbors losing your books...I missed that bit, mus' be reading too fast...baaaad neighbors...
from amberfalls :
Hello again. I don't remember how I got here this time, probably through a link somewhere but since I keep comming back, I suppose I should just put you on my favs list. You're a funny guy. I like to laugh. Best wishes. -a-
from squirrelx :
Thank you so much for leavin' me a note. Your kind words are most profoundly appreciated. Best, Xtine / Squirrel X
from cruel-irony :
It's a deviritive form of the Nesting Gene; I call it the Noah's Ark Gene/Obsession. I suffer matchmaking attempts/advice from both sexes but it's more rampant in the fairer sex. I, myself, like to nest, but don't feel compelled to pair everyone off.
from cruel-irony :
Uh, that matchmaking thing? Yeah. I hate it! Happens to me all the time. People seem to think they can be all up in your business when you're single. Suggesting that you don't mind being single seems to be translated as: "Please, oh please find me someone to marry right away. I just can't stand being single for one more day!" Ugh.
from cruel-irony :
I'm so glad you stumbled across my diary because I so enjoy reading yours. I'm almost caught up to your current entries and I must say that I'm definitely a fan of yours. I love hearing about the adventures of an intelligent, humorous and loving single father. (Not that they're not out there, I'm just saying.) It's a lot of work but the little ones sure brighten the day, huh?
from neon7c :
thanx. it's just hard right now.
from sandydahling :
Hey there! Thank you for the nice note and the addition to your favorites list. I'll add your site to mine. I enjoy reading through your archives when I get the chance. I'm new at this whole journaling thing and am finding it to be a great way to meet cool new people like yourself and brush up on my writing skills. And, as a fellow single parent, I understand what you go through everyday to make a good life for your little one. Keep up the great work. I'm sure we'll talk again. :-) Sandra
from enondoiel :
It just so happens I can't work out things. I'm a typical why-bother-to-work-out-things-when-others-can-do-it-for-you kinda person. It's a serious fault in my personality (there are oh-so-many), and I will have to apologize. Being my usual foolish self, I found it a good idea to explain a wee bit why I like to critize you Americans, and that particular article was, I figured, a good way to start if off. Seems I failed (although it should have been mentioned in the article that this was stuff that couldn't be used to piss Americans off *smiles*;)), and I apologize. I'm glad you told me, by the way! Sorry if I seem bitchy, my period started today. If you were female, you'd understand ;)
from cruel-irony :
Well, that must have been weird. I mean my diary all changing up in mid-read. Yeah. That was Trancejen re-doing my layout - don't forget to go tell her how cool she is. I think she did a great job. However, since I wasn't doing it, I wasn't quite sure when that would all happen. And, please feel free to call me whatever you want. I just kinda miss those days when folks automatically called me, well, "miss". I've got some reading to do now that my new layout is all done so I'm sure you'll excuse me. Right, Sir? I'm always doing research, ya know?
from cruel-irony :
Okay you can whistle with my bird while you're standing outside my window. I'm not suggesting that you'd try to get in my pants, but if you were, your pickup line would have to be more like this: "Hey there cutie, can I change the oil in your car, wash and detail it, and fill it up with gas?" And that line might not even work for you but it'd be closer. And "miss" is preferrable to "madam". I'm not running a cat house here, I'm running, well, I'm running a bird house apparently. I'm also enjoying your archives. So to speak. Bestest.
from cruel-irony :
Aren't mercenaries infamous for bathing poor children? Hey, thanks for stopping by; now I have a new diary to check out. And, it looks like it's gonna be a real interesting read.
from neon7c :
awww. you're such a great dad. :)
from stwig :
Thanks for the note. DaBoy seems like a cool little guy. So does DaPop. Keep writing. I'll keep reading.
from alwayslolita :
that's so cute that you take your kid to get manicures. and thanks for the pep talk.
from amberfalls :
Thanks for stopping in and making a donation to my oral sex account :D Wanna donate to my team in training too? Actually, that costs money, but oral sex is free. I did read your entry about your ex wife. I'm so sorry things happened the way they did. But it sounds like you got something really terrific out of the deal: a beautiful boy. Good luck w/your parenting adventures. I think you'll do just fine. -A-
from heidiann :
Hi there. I clicked on your banner. I'm a sucker for kumquats. And I'm loving your diary so I just wanted to say hi and give you some diary love before I forgot...which I tend to do.
from katiedoyle :
almost forgot...your relative wrote the original pledge? cool. :) yeah, gee, the shrub isn't self-serving in the slightest, is he? i can not believe no one is pitching a fricking hissy fit over the joining of church and state - what, you can't say "under god" in the freaking pledge, but you can give federal funds? that's just wrong, man. wrong.
from katiedoyle :
i have to admit, i got the shrub from a columnist. but, i *wish* i'd thought of it myself. until then, he was idiotboy. which he is. what does ann call the shrub? we don't get much of her out here in socal. glad you appreciate the politics...i try not to do it, but man, the guy just pisses me off too much to keep it all inside, and you can't really force strangers to listen to you live. well, you can, but they have laws against it. so i do it online. rockwall, huh? i do know it, having recently been from dallas, and all. ashamed to admit the freaking shrub is a product of that state. ::sigh:: thanks for the words. kd
from emeraldblaze :
thought I'd say hello
from melii :
hey. so i keep reading and i keep liking, and i keep reading and liking and reading.. and i think you are good. yeah. you're good you know. take good care
from melii :
hey dasauce. i like you.
from marn :
The term "tripod" actually originated with my daughter, who, I can only assume, has seen things the like of which I cannot imagine. Some things you just don't discuss with dear ol' mom, after all :)
from chubbychic :
Oh, by the way,.. i LOVE the movie "You can't take it With You.". Its one of my all-time faves. It makes me all warm and fuzzy inside.. hehe.
from chubbychic :
I just found your diary and I gotta say.. you crack me up!!! I'll definitely add you to my favorites!
from amberfalls :
If you hire someone in this country, vs. someone from another country, you can have a background check done at your local police and sheriff's departments. They can tell you if the person has ever been arrested or convicted of a crime. If you're really concerned, you can hire an agency to do a more thorough background check. Of course, if you get someone from Europe, you won't have acess to as much background. Good luck. I liked your banner. -A-
from enondoiel :
I thought my e-mail would show up somewhere, but hey! I'm not really a technological genius, so to make it easy for myself, I'll just write it hereĻ... Still, it's not there?? Hmm. Oh well. zirmuz@online.no And your diary is only 40 days old? I'll just get reading then... *goes to read*
from enondoiel :
Game developers? This naturally leads me onto yet another question (believe me, there can be many!): What's the connection between you and these game developers? If you don't mind? I'm just curious. You being the first person I'v ever heard of going from the US to Sweden/Finland to meet with game developers. My last post made me seem like a weird, weird, weeeeeird person. Please don't judge me on your first impression... I tend to rant. A lot. I guess if you've read some of my diary, you know what I'm talking about. Funny that guys read my diary... Oh no, this got long too. Damn.
from enondoiel :
Funny you should say that, because I actually know "this other American guy" (what an expression! "this other.." Wow. Like I'm really, really proud that I actually KNOW "this other American guy". Hmm. Now I lost my point), who's also been to Scandinavia, but just skipped Norway altogether. Our food do actually tend to scare a few people, and, being the 2nd richest country in the world, some folks find it disturbing that we eat rotten food. But we're too goddamn rich to care. Some people think. I really loved your diary, by the way, you're a great writer *goes green with envy*. And you're writing a book? That's really awesome *American word hehe*! I'm just going to go now... Keep up the good work!
from bettyalready :
RE: gas. I took the rabidly bad gas thing as humor. Am I humor imparied? Oh dear god. No.
from jehsika :
I'm all up to date now...nummies! DaSauce is da boss.
from levontaun :
Saw you in BettyAlready's guestbook-notes-page-thingy, thought I'd drop by. In Levontaunian form, I must reserve judgement, but I'll give you a hint by saying that I'll be stopping by daily. >wink< >wink< -Levontaun
from jehsika :
Sweetie darling, I'm finally up to January, and must stop for tonight...dasauce is too rich and flavorful to consume in a single sitting...
from jehsika :
You are a sweetie darling to be so concerned...I'm a bit better now, not so ragged...I do hope you'll come back and read some more of my stuff, it's not always sad songs and melodrama here, I can be quite amusing if I do say so myself. I too have been fascinated by the stuff that comes out of the kids mouths. I'm very pleased to have 'not ordinary' kids.
from jehsika :
Fiddle dee dee...I'm Scarlett O'Hara tonight...what fun you are...I'll come back tomorrow and read some more.
from neon7c :
oooh. i want pictures of the new hair colour...heeheehee.
from neon7c :
you are too funny. :) email coming soon. i promise!
from neon7c :
yes, i agree, you need a guestbook. and i dig the new layout. did you design that??? very niiiiiiice.
from golfwidow :
You should sign up for a guestbook (For Fast Fast Guestbook Relief, 4 out of 5 D'Land Members Recommend http://signmyguestbook.com/ , which is kind enough, after you sign up, to give you a nice block of code you can copy and paste into your diary as a link to your guestbook). When you're all, damn, what do I do to make such-and-such-html happen? you then sign *my* guestbook (http://golfwidow.signmyguestbook.com/, tcha, and there's a link on my diary if you forget) and I can in turn sign your book and throw the code you need in there for copying and pasting. This allows you to learn as you go along and means you don't have to give out your password. Tattodnanny and I have been friends since 1980 and that entitles me to know all her passwords, which is very convenient for both of us, since I can then fix her code, and she can never remember her passwords.
from golfwidow :
Mmm. Standing Rib Roast. Thank you waiter. I'll have a Plate of Dead Animal, please. And some pudd. 'Cos how can you have your pudding if you don't eat your meat? (PS - I am a HTML hack for a living. Give us your tired, your poor, your messed up code, yearning to link properly. If I can fix tattodnanny's diary, I can do anything. Mwahahahaha.)
from golfwidow :
Thanks for stopping in and saying Nice Things; I am quite the sucker for People Who Say Nice Things so I will check back often.
from neon7c :
bleh...pulled pork. i tried that in chapel hill. once. never again. must be an acquired taste.
from neon7c :
hey. thanks for adding my entry as a favorite. i've been perusing your diary (dairy?), and i just find you to be a sweet soul. you've been through alot. *hugs*

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