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tom-ii
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This is the last thing I need...
tom-ii   3/12/2014 7:26:28 AM
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...  That is, to wake up craving bacon...

Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   3/12/2014 10:13:32 AM
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@Tom-ii: That is, to wake up craving bacon...

Really? I always wake up craving bacon LOL

tom-ii
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tom-ii   3/12/2014 10:52:55 AM
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Too much craving makes my tummy rumble.  And that would get in the way of me creating blogs for you...

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kfield   3/17/2014 5:54:09 PM
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Just a sucker for bacon. most def.

Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   3/17/2014 5:56:36 PM
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@kfield: just a sucker for bacon

Guilty as charged

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Garcia-Lasheras   3/17/2014 6:53:07 PM
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I can imagine the perfect companion for this app: one that sounds just like a beer when being quaffed -- this would be awesome as a nap time alarm clock :-)

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Clive"Max"Maxfield   3/18/2014 9:41:27 AM
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@Garcia: ...this would be awesome as a nap time alarm clock :-)

That's your Spanish heritage talking LOL (although I must admit that the older I get, the more taking a siesta in the afternoon sounds like a good idea :-)



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