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  #51  
Old December 21st 09, 01:40 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default WHERE'S BERT?

On Dec 20, 10:54*am, Double-A wrote:
On Dec 20, 10:36*am, BradGuth wrote:



On Dec 20, 10:13*am, Double-A wrote:


WHERE'S BERT?


47F here at 10:00 AM PST here in t he Pacific Northwest. *Wind east at
4 mph. *Humidity 97%. *Low 45F. *Expected high 50F! *Occasional
showers. *Rain to continue for the next few days, then colder weather
coming again just in time for Christmas! *Up to 56F in my locker!


Sophia is back!!!


"The younger girl ........ ".


Double-A


Bert may have been arrested or even shot for his public bathing in one
of his rain barrels. *Otherwise he simply ran out of money for beer,
and/or can't pee enough to flush his normally dry toilet. *Too bad
that Darla and others of their sean all-knowing kind are never going
to help to save whatever's left of our Bert, much less of anyone else
that has recently been systematically screwed out of a job and
otherwise having lost their home plus most everything else to boot.


Darla *may have already taken him aboard her ship and they are on
their way to the Cygnus arm right now, but I'd just like to know.

Bert and Rudy may be living out of his old van (parked in the far
corner of the nearest Wal-Mart), or floating around in one of those
unsinkable boats made from another plastic rain barrel. *Either way,
he's either dead or close enough to his last days on Earth, thanks
mostly to your ZNRs and Rothschild approved friends.


I hope that sheriff didn't finally move in for the show down!

Why haven't you sent Bert $1000 so that he and Rudy can afford to move
into your storage unit?


*~ BG


My checking account is frozen by the Oregon Department of Revenue.

Double-A


So what. Earn another thousand and send it to him.

~ BG
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  #52  
Old December 21st 09, 03:51 AM posted to alt.astronomy
Double-A[_3_]
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Default BERT IS OK!

On Dec 20, 10:13*am, Double-A wrote:
WHERE'S BERT?



Raving Loonie managed to contact Bert tonight, and he is all right.
He will try to get back online in the next few days. Not to worry!

Double-A

  #53  
Old December 22nd 09, 06:18 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Double-A[_3_]
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Default Scholar Weather Progress Energy in Hot Water(stole 146 M)

34F at 9:00 AM PST here in the Silicon Stumpage. Calm. Cloudy. Not
raining at the moment, but there have been showers. Expected high
43F. Humidity 96%. Forecast calls for partly cloudy cool days
through Friday with freezing temperatures at night. No snow in the
forecast for Christmas.

One of the older Starbucks gals brought me a free hot coffee sample
first thing. That sure tasted good. Enquired about free birthday
drinks, as my birthday's coming up, but no such policy at Starbucks.

Double-A

  #54  
Old December 22nd 09, 06:39 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Double-A[_3_]
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Default  It's not right.

On Dec 21, 5:42*pm, Saul Levy wrote:
It would help if you KNEW SOMETHING, JACKASS JEFF! *lmfjao! *You're a
PIG****-class IDIOT!

First I'm NOT 65 as I've told everyone here MANY TIMES! *I'd say MORE,
but it's NONE OF YOUR ****ING DAMN BUSINESS!

ONCE a BOZO, ALWAYS a BOZO! *Find my apartment number yet? *Why don't
you get Darla to implant some BRAINS in your EMPTY HEAD? *Then you
could talk like a PORPOISE!

I danced with TWO BEAUTIFUL GIRLS last week and talked to another one.
Sounds RIGHT to *ME!

Better than BELIEVING A FAKE, ****ING, LYING ALEEUN PORPOISE!

BAWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA !

Saul Levy



Jeff seems to think that anyone getting together with a woman is
planning on starting a family (or a second family). Nowadays we have
choices, you know. Hasn't he ever heard of birth control? I have no
plans of having kids at my age. But I would rather not spend the rest
of my life alone either. Kim is not as young as Jeff makes her out to
be when I refers to her as my "granddaughter. She already has an 18
year old son. But she just looks young for her age, and what's wrong
with that?

Double-A




On Sun, 20 Dec 2009 16:29:59 +0000 (UTC), lid
wrote:



It's not right. *Double A ( not his real name ), age 61,
is going to start a family on Hillsboro's mean streets ?


Saul Levy, age 65, is going to start a family with little more
than his rented apartment, a Social Security check and Medicare ?


I think they should aim much lower; at their age,
being someone's virtual grandpa would be a MAJOR achievement.- Hide quoted text -


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  #55  
Old December 22nd 09, 07:13 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default  Double·A, have you met Kim's 18 year old son ?


Personally, I feel it'd be a serious mistake to hook up
with a woman ( any woman )... I don't know about you.

Kim is more than you ( Double·A ) can afford, I bet.
Have you met her 18 year old son ?
  #57  
Old December 23rd 09, 07:26 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Double-A[_3_]
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Default Scholar Weather Progress Energy in Hot Water(stole 146 M)

29F here at Tannesbourne at 10:00 AM PST. Low was 26F. Expected high
is 42F. Wind NW at 3 mph. Foggy. Humidity 100%. Should be
continued nice but through Christmas, but cold, frosty nights.

The Oregon State Beavers got their asses whupped by the BYU Cougars in
the MAACO Bowl in Las Vegas last night 44-20. Now I'm glad I didn't
get to watch the game. The University of Oregon Ducks will play in
the Rose Bowl on New Years Day, facing the Ohio State Buckeyes. Let's
hope they can put on a better show.

Sophia wished me a happy birthday first thing this morning, gave me
two free Caramel Brulee Latte samples, and complimented me on my
shirt!

http://www.starbucks.com/retail/nutr...8ccf5137323%7D

I'm dressed a little more warmly now so I should finally be ready for
any cold weather that lies ahead.

Still awaiting Bert's return. He is all right, but off line for
technical reasons.

Double-A

  #58  
Old December 24th 09, 09:01 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Scholar Weather Progress Energy in Hot Water(stole 146 M)

On Dec 24, 8:03*am, Twittering One wrote:
On Dec 22, 12:18*pm, Double-A wrote:

34F at 9:00 AM PST here in the Silicon Stumpage. *Calm. *Cloudy. *Not
raining at the moment, but there have been showers. * Expected high
43F. *Humidity 96%. *Forecast calls for partly cloudy cool days
through Friday with freezing temperatures at night. *No snow in the
forecast for Christmas.


One of the older Starbucks gals brought me a free hot coffee sample
first thing. *That sure tasted good. *Enquired about free birthday
drinks, as my birthday's coming up, but no such policy at Starbucks.


Double-A


I thought you hung out at the food court.



Hi Twittering!

I hang out at the Safeway food court which is right next to their in
store Starbucks kiosk. A Merry Christmas to you, Twittering, and may
God bless you!

32F here in greater Hillsboro at 11:30 AM PST on Christmas Eve. Low
was 25F. Expected high 43F. The sun is out! No wind. Foggy
earlier. Humidity 86%. 52F in my locker.

Santa came early today as I walked into the bottle return room and
found a cart full of empty beer bottles! Machine wouldn't take them.
Kim was there too and tried it, but no luck. So I flagged down a
courtesy clerk and got her to do a manual count for me. $4.35!

Yesterday was fun. It was my birthday and a couple people bought
Starbucks drinks, including one anonymous female admirer! Sophia gave
me sample lattes. Kim gave me some Korean style food, and I bought a
big tray of "buffalo wing" style chicken and got it heated by the
deli, then took it out to Kim's table and we enjoyed it! Life is
great! Isn't it?

And in the evening I bought a 24 oz "tall boy" can of Steel Reserve
high gravity beer for my birthday drink (even though HVAC will
probably say this confirms my alcoholism).

The store is very busy today as everyone bustles about making their
last minute shopping purchases before Christmas. The store will be
closed tomorrow so I won't be able to
communicate.

Hope you all have a Merry Christmas, or a merry whatever the heck else
you celebrate this time of year!

Double-A

  #59  
Old December 26th 09, 06:53 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Scholar Weather Progress Energy in Hot Water(stole 146 M)

37F at 9:45 AM PST here west of Portland. Very windy with wind east
12 mph but with much higher gusts. Sunny and clear skies! Low was
27F. Expected high 42F. Humidity 58%. Rain has suddenly appeared in
the forecast for tomorrow (or will it be snow?) This is probably only
because for the first day I left my umbrella in my locker, so it will
probablt start tonight before I can get back up there!

Double-A

  #60  
Old December 26th 09, 07:14 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Best Christmas Ever!

Imagine a table on a deserted sidewalk in front of a closed store on a
sunny but crispy and slightly breezy Christmas afternoon. Two
homeless people there enjoying Christmas dinner as car after car pass
by, disappointed that the Safeway isn't open. That was Kim and I
yesterday enjoying the holiday! I had bought a big tray of buffalo
wing chicken the night before, and Kim took it over to the little
store by the Chevron station and heated it up.
That chicken tasted mighty good on the cold afternoon! We also had
burritos, Christmas cookies, potato salad, and some hot green jalapeno
peppers that Kim ate straight up! Fro 12 noon until 3:30 PM we talked
of many things. We both agreed that this was the best Christmas
ever! Well, no stuffiness, no expectations, no annoying relatives
around who you don't like, no obligation to bring presents, no table
manners to mind, no hostess to compliment, no stingy portions, and no
thoughts of somewhere else you'd rather be! It was definitely a
Christmas dinner I will never forget! As a final kicker, I bought a
can of Schlitz high gravity beer (tall boy) that I could drink legally
back at my locker. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!

Double-A





 




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