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from the fatty meats dept

Bill Dog (726542) writes | more than 2 years ago

It's funny.  Laugh. 1

On weather.com tonite:

"Got Kids? -> Find Delicious Lunch Recipes"

* No, but I have some ham that I could use some ideas for.

* The other "other white meat"?

* "It's a cookbook!!!"

On weather.com tonite:

"Got Kids? -> Find Delicious Lunch Recipes"

* No, but I have some ham that I could use some ideas for.

* The other "other white meat"?

* "It's a cookbook!!!"

p.s. Too swamped with work to write any kind of substantial JE right now. Been taking work home nights and both days on the weekends for the last 3 weeks, and I'm getting a little burnt, but for the positives, 1) this week should be the last/this next weekend should be my first free one, and 2) it sure beats the flying crap out of having too little. I'm one of the lucky ones in America right now, and I'm oh so grateful. I stressed way more when I *didn't* have a job.

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yeah (1)

stoolpigeon (454276) | more than 2 years ago | (#39843295)

I prefer employed to unemployed myself. Though independently wealthy is something I'd be open to trying out, just to see how it goes.

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