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Old 02-26-2010, 11:55 AM   #256  
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I'm really sick of being cold.

My fingernails are purple, we've got the heat on, and my boss thinks it's hot on his side of the office.

C'mon Florida, what the heck is going on?!?!

*really wants a USB blanket*



I don't know how you guys/ladies up north can handle all this chilly weather...
You’ve probably got better coats that must be it. Ours seem like novelty items made to look warm but have poor insulation.
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WooWhoo! 1 and 1/2 hours before my weekend starts!

And just what does that weekend entail?

Muahahahahaha! Possibly a renaissance festival.

I want to see sword and fire juggling acrobats!

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Hm. Ladies, can I toss out a question to ya?

Of course I ask that and then I just go right on and ask...

What do you use on your hands in the winter months to keep them from drying and cracking up?

Mine have been getting so bad that they sting when I put on some basic lotion or wash 'em. Dry skin usually isn't a problem 'cause of the humidity, but it's been so fricken dry down here for so long and cold f'er Florida.

I could use something that actually works for a change.
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I like silicone glove by Avon...it makes like a coating on your hands...but I don't remember it being sticky. Right now I am using some stuff from a co-worker whose parents own a bee farm...so it has bee's wax in it and then another friend makes homemade lotion and shampoos and stuff...so I am not a big help am I? But the store bought stop I do use is silicone glove by Avon!
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Old 02-26-2010, 04:31 PM   #261  
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Hm. Ladies, can I toss out a question to ya?

Of course I ask that and then I just go right on and ask...

What do you use on your hands in the winter months to keep them from drying and cracking up?

Mine have been getting so bad that they sting when I put on some basic lotion or wash 'em. Dry skin usually isn't a problem 'cause of the humidity, but it's been so fricken dry down here for so long and cold f'er Florida.

I could use something that actually works for a change.
I use either Mary Kay's Satin Hands lotion set or Palmer's cocoa butter lotion or Gloves in a Bottle. They all seem to work pretty well and I used to get lots of cracking on my fingers and knuckles.
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Hey, thanks Cathy and Ronni! I'll see if I can find one of those around here, if not, I'll resort to the 'Net.

Thanks again!
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I use Gold Bond Ultimate Healing with Aloe. BTW, here in UT I'm running around without a jacket it's so nice.
 
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gosh, Operator, that's mean-rubbing your nice weather in our faces--just kidding, I know you get your fair share of snow and crap, but sure wish ours would go away asap (except it needs to melt slowly or our house will float away)
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I slather olive oil on my hands and then put on surgical gloves for an hour or more and go on about my business. When I take them off, my hands are wonderfully soft and there is no oil residue because it's all been absorbed.
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gosh, Operator, that's mean-rubbing your nice weather in our faces--just kidding, I know you get your fair share of snow and crap, but sure wish ours would go away asap (except it needs to melt slowly or our house will float away)
I know it's mean, but I just can't help it. I hear so many folks talking about how they can't even get to work and all. One forum I frequent has a bunch of college brats and grads who think they are all so danged smart and the working class Joe is stupid and lazy. Now, they can't make it to work or class, so they are hanging out on their computers.

Well, those computers on running on the copper I was pulling out of the ground and powered by the coal my X is pulling out and being converted to power by a bunch of Joes at the power plant. Those guys have to get to work no matter what or it all shuts down. If they really can't make it, the dude's there have to stick it out till the other can can relieve them. I think my X has missed 3 days in 30 years at the most. I've never missed work although a couple of times it took me over 2 hrs. to make a 30 min. trip. And these punks have the nerve to put down the guys who keep it all running.

On this forum, I just do it cause, well ****, it's fun to be mean. Nyah, nyah, nyah.
 
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Yep, Cheers to the guys who keep it all running.

That includes the guys in some 9 trucks who sawed up, chopped up, and ground out a monster tree in the next block that fell, taking out a power line and ripping the power lines right off the sides of some dozen houses.
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On this forum, I just do it cause, well ****, it's fun to be mean. Nyah, nyah, nyah.
This is the place...Threadkiller! We are mean and hateful! Some of us more than others!

Have a great weekend FOLKS!!
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PPPSSSSSTTTTT It is Gary's Birthday!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY GARY!
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Thank you....

Not one aching bone in this 57 year old body....

I did take out 10 pounds on a mini-goal from Angie's birthday to mine
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