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  1. like eating a Family Sized bag of potato chips, a block of cheese, an entire summer sausage, sauteed in butter onions with mushrooms covered in freshly ground pepper with a touch of salt.
  2. I don't care how beautiful a vehicle is from the front and back, if that side view is hit up, I want nothing to do with it.
  3. Laughing at some pictures.
  4. Studying
  5. Flaking off
  6. Squirrels dancing in the ceiling.
  7. I have no idea WHAT to think. My skin has gone from multiple shades of peanut butter brown to an even golden caramel all over. My lips have changed from chocolate to frosted pink. My eyelids have shifted from dusky gray to creamy milk chocolate. I do NOT look the same as I did in December.
  8. You could have died!!! I was hospitalized for having a fever of 103! They kept me for almost a week! If need be we'll try to get there! You should be in bed resting and taking in fluids and medication. I can't believe they released you from the hospital! There is no "suck it up" here! There is shut up, lie still, take your meds, and get better!
  9. By Brooke Singman Published February 14, 2017 News that a crab fishing boat went down on the Bering Sea Saturday stunned the close-knit community that spawned the hit show “Deadliest Catch” and, for members of its cast, the reality that six of their colleagues are likely gone has set in. Late Monday, the Coast Guard suspended its search for the crew of the 100-foot fishing vessel Destination, and Capt. Keith Colburn, one of the stars of the Discovery channel show, told Fox News he knows their chances of survival are slim. "You don’t want to give up hope, but the reality is that, an instantaneous capsizing -- the survival rates are less than 1 percent,” Colburn said. “It’s a miracle if someone gets out alive.” "Deadliest Catch" features crews that fish for crabs on the rugged Bering Sea, charting their successes and failures and spotlighting the dangers of the job. The Seattle-based Destination, which was not featured on the show, vanished early Saturday after a radio beacon sent an emergency signal from 2 miles off St. George Island, off the western coast of Alaska. A search for the boat and its crew members -- identified as Charles Glenn Jones, Larry O'Grady, Raymond Vincler, Darrik Seibold, Kai Hamik and Jeff Hathaway -- proved fruitless. Colburn said he heard about the missing vessel from Sig Hansen, who captains The Northwestern on “Deadliest Catch.” Hansen told Fox News the two crews are "extremely close." “Jeff has been a close friend for the past 23 years. He’s a true leader and not a follower. I’ve learned a lot from him and know for a fact that he is calm under pressure,” Hansen said. “When the Northwestern hit the beach a few years ago, there was only one boat in the area that had a tow. I was in a state of panic and thought we were done. It was Jeff who walked me through this ordeal on what to do over the radio. I did exactly what he told me and sure enough, the stern came around and we got off the beach. It’s what saved us.” Colburn, who considered Destination’s captain, Jeff Hathaway, and engineer, Larry O’Grady, close friends for more than 25 years, told Fox News that if anyone survived, the Coast Guard would have found them. Even in survival suits, the waterproof suits fishermen wear to protect them from hypothermia in case they go overboard, rescue must come quickly. “A window of life is 18 or 20 hours -- that window of life evaporated very quickly,” Colburn told Fox News. “You’ve got a very good, safety-conscious crew on a really good boat, and something catastrophic happened." The U.S. Coast Guard 17th District Alaska issued a statement on Monday night announcing the suspension of the search. “We extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the six crew members during this extremely difficult time,” Rear Adm. Michael McAllister, Coast Guard 17th District commander said in a statement. “The decision to suspend a search is always difficult and is made with great care and consideration.” The Coast Guard coordinated 21 searches, totaling more than 69 aircraft and surface hours and covering approximately 5,730 square miles. The cause of the incident is still under investigation. For Colburn, Hansen and the others who risk their lives at sea to put food on America’s tables, the fate of their peers is only the latest reminder of the aptness of the reality show’s name. "This is a warning to never get complacent -- to always be vigilant at sea,” Colburn told Fox News. “The grand sea is a very wicked place to work -- my heartfelt condolences to the families and the children associated with the boat. We’re going to miss them.” Hansen said whatever happened to the ship "must have happened extremely fast." "If there was trouble, he would have notified someone of any impeding danger," he said. "I just don’t see this as human error.” Story located: ____________________________________ Eternal Father, strong to save, Whose arm hath bound the restless wave, Who biddest the mighty ocean deep Its own appointed limits keep; Oh, hear us when we cry to Thee, For those in peril on the sea! ____________________________________
  10. DANG IT!!!! I just lost an entire hour! I forgot to thaw the chicken. I'm exhausted. I wish I could just drive to Wendy's myself and pick up some dinner. I dislike pestering others when they're busy just so I can take care of business.
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  12. Should I oven fry some chicken or beg my sister to pick up something?
  13. Stretching my toes.