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Old Feb 28th, 2005, 11:42 AM   #5141
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Damn doxiewalkers.
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Old Feb 28th, 2005, 12:23 PM   #5142
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I thought Dr. G was the "Doxie Whisperer".
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Old Feb 28th, 2005, 03:03 PM   #5143
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And where is the doxie whisperer? They aren't snowed in are they?

Perhaps he is having eye problems?

Can anyone offer up an explanation? Otherwise we may have to make up something fanciful and that would be too much fun.
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Old Feb 28th, 2005, 09:39 PM   #5144
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And it came to pass that the great Doxie Whisperer of the East set upon a journey of reflective enlightenment. Days of fasting and meditation were required, with only purified water to help the mind, body and spirt to focus One must heed his or her inner voice. For, as it was written in "The Way to Enlightenment According to Macnutt", "Learning follows various paths. We note the start, but not the end. For Time and Fate must rule the course, while we see not beyond the bend. Man struggles to find Life outside himself, unaware that the Life he is seeking is within him."
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Old Feb 28th, 2005, 09:53 PM   #5145
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A quick question, oh Great Doxie Whisperer.

How many books has the wise Macnutt actually written??
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Old Feb 28th, 2005, 10:11 PM   #5146
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MP, Macnutt the Wise has written many books. I am familiar with "The Way of Life According to Macnutt", "The Ways of the World According to Macnutt", "The Way to Enlightenment According to Macnutt", "The Way to Wealth According to Macnutt", "Economics and World Politics According to Macnutt" and "Roof Repair According to Macnutt". There are many others in the libraries throughout the world.
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Old Feb 28th, 2005, 10:19 PM   #5147
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For it is written in "The Way to Enlightenment According to Macnutt" that "Wisdom ceases to be wisdom when it becomes a paradox. For you cannot have joys of youth and the knowledge of Wisdom at the same time. Youth is too busy living to know Wisdom, and the knowledge of Wisdom comes from life long reflection and contemplation."
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I read of major storms on the east coast and in southern Ontario and wonder what it is we have done to deserve our current mild spell. But that's all I do is wonder.
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I read of major storms on the east coast and in southern Ontario and wonder what it is we have done to deserve our current mild spell. But that's all I do is wonder.
I expected to wake up this morning to a ton of snow, and by the way the reports were coming in, to be in a state of emergency. This was to go on until this afternoon.

So far we have had snow, but nothing to really get excited about. I've seen much, much worse. Perhaps it is worse in Toronto on the other side of Lake Ontario. The lake has some strange effects on the weather. Blizzard in Toronto, Sunny and nice here in Grimsby.

I do know that I have to get out the snow blower tonight. At least I get to play with some power equipment.
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I do know that I have to get out the snow blower tonight. At least I get to play with some power equipment.
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