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    The calendar's days are numbered.
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    Default Re: Time for change?

    Errrrr the link just opens this page again ??
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    Default Re: Time for change?

    Perpetual motion display, but if you check your calendar after the page opens again, the calendar is still current. All this currency, where is the generator?
    Inspired perhaps by the old Bycrofts biscuit tins which had a picture of a boy running with a biscuit tin, which had a picture of a boy running with a biscuit tin, which had a picture - -
    Or a recursive loop, where a routine called itself in an uncontrolled manner. Or Parliament where the members call each other various things more or less endlessly producing noise and heat while consuming energy, time and mega dollars to no apparent purpose or useful result. Like Win 10%, it runs round in circles busy doing nothing.
    Never mind that though, the calendar's days are still numbered, even oddly so for 100% of half the time.
    Eh?
    Sorry about that, but it was actually intentionally recursive. Sort of a weird weak joke. (Again, like parliament but considerably cheaper.)
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    If I PM you my address, can you send me some of whatever you're on?

    Happy to do a online transfer if a good price.

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    Me too

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    Default Re: Time for change?

    I'm on the 8th decade, it's not a quick fix.
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    I still have 4 years to go till the 8th decade. Will some of the stuff you are on help me slide into that time?

    Or, do I still have to rely on wine and chocolate in moderate quantities.

    Funny how one's mind works...... while writing quantities I thought of Quan....tities. Is that normal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenj View Post
    I still have 4 years to go till the 8th decade. Will some of the stuff you are on help me slide into that time?

    Or, do I still have to rely on wine and chocolate in moderate quantities.

    Funny how one's mind works...... while writing quantities I thought of Quan....tities. Is that normal?

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    OK for you to say, your mind still works.
    However, at 66 you're only in the late stages of your apprenticeship. Quan...titties is probably more normal. However, with the tendency of things to get a bit shaky, 3 Ts does seem a bit risky. Wine and chocolate, but definitely in moderation at least until after breakfast when moderate may become a bit more liberal, and more often.
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    Oops I am 76, not 66. Does that make a difference. Perhaps the thoughts of tts are an aberration at that age?

    Ken

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