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Stride – Blonde Moment 

 It’s windy today downtown, blowing the slit in my linen skirt open as I walk to the bus stop. The dress is long and the slit only goes up to my knees but the warm air feels delicious. Like someone is breathing on my legs. 

I’m listening to ABBA, keeping time…

I’m subscribed to some Meetup groups and recently received this message from one of them. Item B caught my attention (names changed to protect the innocent): 

Hey everyone,
Justin here. I just wanted to pass along some information.
A) this is a reminder that the social night meetup has been rescheduled for July 11th since today is the 4th. Hope to see you all there.
B) reminder that as a result of the Shrimp Boil event there will be no August lecture.
If you have any questions feel free to contact me here.
Thank you


So I replied back and asked if everyone was OK. Was it an Old Bay accident??  

Then the meeting organizer asked me if I was SURE I wanted to send that to all 1641 members on the email list. 

Some people have no sense of humor. 
There’s another event tonight on Rope Tying. Was seriously thinking on going to this one, because you never know when you’re going to need to know how to tie a proper knot with your 6mm natural fiber rope. 

But I’m business casual today and I didn’t know the dress code. 

I don’t want anyone there to get the wrong impression or make them uncomfortable… without their consent. 


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    • Lol!! That’s so funny. I had no idea dogs were like that.

    • I responded to your Tour de France post on Manfred… argh…

      Also saw this tweet earlier today and loved it! LOL

      • Lady V, read your comment and I was thinking the same thing too. Agree that Sagan was trying to balance and not at fault. Cavendish appeared to lean on him first which started the whole thing and maybe even made contact which threw Sagan off balance and he was skilled enough to hold on to it. I don’t know why Cavendish was trying to squeeze himself in that tight spot. They made Sagan a scapegoat because it was an ugly crash.

  1. Another sign from Mock Paper Scissors:

    Click here.

  2. I’m guessing this product’s box was not printed in an English-speaking nation.

    Click here.

  3. RE: the ABBA classic linked above.

    Rule 34 strikes again. (Albeit in mild form.) 😉

  4. ABBA was making videos even before MTV went on the air (well, on the cable).

  5. LOL! Sorely needed today.

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