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  • v STARTSPARKING
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    3205 days ago
  • v KUNGFOOD
    Hey hey... looking forward to hearing about this year's Halloween costumes!

    AND the PICTURES!!!

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    3281 days ago
  • v KUNGFOOD
    Hi there... hope you are enjoying a fiiiiine summer! emoticon

    It is hot hot hot in Illinois... aside from the 90% humidity and 9 inches of rain in the past 48 hours. Nothing halfway. Haha!

    Hope all continues to cook until done!

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    3386 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/25/2010 8:07:15 PM
  • v MTER67
    Taking pictures of my solitary bike pointing off into the biking unknown is my new thing. It's my bike porn. I've decided to do that every time I go some place new--eventually, I could put a little album together, kind of like a baby book! :-)
    3424 days ago
  • v MTER67
    I showed #1 son all his pictures and mine when he got home from school yesterday. He saw the one of the "spider" and it's prey (which by the way, was a really cool irredescent beetle. I hoped to get the sun glinting off his dead husk of a body--tee hee--but the spider kept turning) and told me that it wasn't a spider. What looks like front legs are really antennae. Anyway, I took him out to the garden and we found two--they are called assassin bugs, evidently. They inject a straw of sorts into their prey and suck out the insides. Yum! :-) Whatever they are, I am glad they are defending my tomatoes!
    3424 days ago
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