June 23, 2006 - Msg 40325:
boy said "tomorrow" twicw ...sorry mil..
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40326:
What dvd, Spot?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40327:
Swishhhhhh! good job spot!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40328:
WOW..............SWISH....3 times in a month 4 ME.....get-ur-done...Mil U here?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40329:
Of course, dear porch friend.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40330:
just a 4 ept one I have..........SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40331:
I tell ya my friend Mil....The Andy Griffith show was and still the best show ever...I know we are all TAGS fans ......but how can a better show ever get put on the airs.....leave it to beaver......yes.......SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40332:
A what? 4ept?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40333:
Completely agree, Spot. We had a conversation about LITB at dinner the other night. What's your favorite Beaver ep?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40334:
Mil ya gone?...if so im going to give the breakfast Menu:..scrambled eggs.toast with butter.grits,hand pattyed sausage,canalope slices,,coffee milk and Oj....SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40335:
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40336:
yea just a 4 ept I got from the convenent store..ya know the grab bag things,,,,gosh about LTTB...my favorite?......hum....the one about bev climbing into the bilboard soup bowl...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40337:
wOW, that's a good one. The good thing about litb was, it never jumped the shark.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40338:
Im watching the "Old Lady Crump" ept...emacapation proclamation...........whew...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40339:
Hi, guys. I just dropped by for a minute, went down to Wally's and got a soda pop, gonna take it home and drink it while I watch a couple of eps. LITB, huh? I like that one, too. Did y'all know that Ward was a Methodist minister in his "other" life? Once you know that, you can kinda see the ministerial traits in the way he dealt with the boys. Wise and kind and loving, but firm. Expected the best from them, but recognized that they were just little boys, and would give them room where he could. Yep, I like that show.
Well, this time I'm really off to bed. Sugarplum says 10-4. --Romeena
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40340:
The Fonz jumped the shark on Happy Days...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40341:
Ro I had heard that...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40342:
Yeah, Ro, I found that interesting. Also, Ralph Waite was a minister.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40343:
Mil ya in there...I got butter pecan ice cream ready.........got the jug open.."Scoop"...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40344:
Boy its gona be another HOT one here in Ga tomorrow......did water the garden today....its looking Good.....SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40345:
thanks for the ice cream, Spot. Yeah, gonna be a scorcher tommorow. I'm planning a big day for the kids tommorow....hope there's no rain!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40346:
Morning again Porch, my this is a busy place when I am asleep ;-)
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40347:
well guess my late time chat friend Mil is gone to bed....night My super friend Romeena!...well gona stick around awhile...Im at home with a DVD in, dont work till 12 pm tomorrow.....im here!...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40348:
Hey over there to the Irish country!SPOT..how is the weather?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40349:
I'm still here!...wouldn't just up and leave like that! Mornin' Irishter!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40350:
Morning Spot - its about 6.30 AM here, but these are busy days for us. We have to get about 7000 newsletters to all the homes in our town. This also advertise our VBS so we have a deadline. Not a lot of time to rock at the moment.
Did watch a couple of season 3 epies this week. Man in a Hurry is my all time favourite, even more so since the DVD contains the epilogue.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40351:
Good to see you as well.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40352:
Mil..Mil..Hopeing for no rain?...thought you close to Ga?...gitl we need it....but hope ya have a great time with the Kids...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40353:
Let me see - its sunny and 52 here at the moment. Just looked at the Huntsville, AL conditions (where 1/2 mu kids are) and it is in the low 80s at 1230. Ouch!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40354:
Kinda close, Richmond, Va. I guess we COULD use the rain. If it rains we'll go see "Cars"....
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40355:
It was 100 here today.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40356:
Actually here at the house its only 48 degrees
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40357:
Irishter its just pushing 2 am here in Georgia...told Romeena have lots of memories of VBS from my years...im 46 now but the momories are still there....Mil ya there?...we are talking aver seas!..Irland!...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40358:
Sorry to post and run, but gotta get my day going. I pop in a little later to see if you ares till here. If not, see you later today (tomorrow for you all)
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40359:
Our VBS is the highlight of our church year, Our little church is very small (about 20) but we have about 60 or so kids in our VBS.
I'll be back in a few minutes if you guys are still up.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40360:
Yeah, Spot, I know. Me and the preacher go back a little ways.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40361:
Mil you are here in GA correct?......cauce it was 100 here also..so irishter its morning over there.........correct?.SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40362:
No spot, again, I'm in Richmond.....Spot, you been nippin' at the mulberry squeezin's?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40363:
what do ya mean Mil....SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40364:
just funnin' ya, Spot.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40365:
last post wast about the preacher thing.........but fill me im...ya...know and remember yer in Richmond...I think Lcy in stone mt. isar my end of the porch...sorry....SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40366:
last post I could not "edit" so it looks funny....SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40367:
Mulbery squeezinzs!........hum.........got milk? ...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40368:
Spot, the preacher(aka Irishter) and I became good friends several months ago on my other favorite Tags forum. As a matter of fact, I reccomended it here, and tonight Warren came over.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40369:
I done understand Mil?..SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40370:
What's not to understand.....we know each other from another TAGS site...
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40371:
What other TAGS forum?........SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40372:
Sorry, that came out a little snippy....I just meant, well, you know, right?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40373:
Dont you holler at me girl!...LOL>>>LOL>>LOL...ha ha ha.........and I do mean ha...ha..ha
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40374:
It's great, at andygriffithshow.net , it's a great little site, SUPER people, small enough to be mayberry - like ,you know?
Come visit it!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40375:
There is another great TAGS forum that I have been on for about a year, and Mil has been a few months. She has really brought a new excitement to www.andygriffithshow.net/forum
Mil and I became friends there several months ago and she knows and she knows I am in Ireland.
So, I am in Ireland, Mil is in Virginia - and, I missed it, where is Spot?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40376:
...#40373 just fell on the floor laughing!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40377:
Hey, Irishter, glad you're back....grab a rocker!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40378:
Im just a old 46yr ol batch in old country boy on a farm....dont get the inside jokes unless the on me!...you are a good friend Mil...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40379:
I talked to my daughter in Huntsville yesterday. Poor thing just finished college, but the only job she could find so far was at Home Depot. There put her outside in the garden centre and its over 100. I hate it when my adult kids are so far away and have to go through the struggles of adulthood without us being there.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40380:
Spot's in Georgia.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40381:
boy my trying is not good........yall excuse me...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40382:
I'm going to to grab a cuppa tea to warm up a little and spend a few minutes here bofore I get my day going.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40383:
I know what you mean, Irishter. My 16 year old took a job doing landscaping, in 100 degree heat. Tonight he was COVERED in poison ivy...poor feller...
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40384:
You okay, Spot?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40385:
Yea are you mad at me???SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40386:
Of course not, you sweet thing., What's wrong?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40387:
Well, I have my cuppa, I hope Spot is still around?
Either of you ever travelled outside the US?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40388:
Whoops, see ya there Spot - sorry about that. Was looking through the wrong part of my varifocals.
Anybody else want a cuppa tea?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40389:
Not me....I'd love to, though.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40390:
I'll have a cuppa....
Spot, you there?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40391:
what in the Hel- is a cuppa?...and yea to south america....SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40392:
cuppa tea, you know, Brit talk, or in this case, Irish.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40393:
Wow, spot, where in s. america have you been?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40394:
Here ya go Mil, I brought milk and sugar since I didn't know how you take it.
A "cuppa" (sorry) is short for a cup of tea - a cuppa tea - or just a "cuppa"
Never been to South America. Have been a couple places in Europe since we have been here
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40395:
Cuppa..........not this southern man.....gulp,or something.........taste,sip,SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40396:
How exciting. Farthest I've ever been is California.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40397:
Tea is like fish and chips - you really can't find it proper over there.
But, its like things that we cant get here as well, like pork rinds or cheez-its ;-)
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40398:
I'm a southern boy too Spot - nexy door in Alabama.
I have been here almost 12 years, so have adapted a bit.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40399:
Don't feel bad Mil, I've never been to California ;-)
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40400:
My fish and chips ar GREAT...I'll even wrap 'em in newsprint!lol!
What could be so different about a cup of tea, really?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40401:
where are yall at........if,..well....cuppa.for me too...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40402:
Irishter is originally from Floyd's hometown, Spot.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40403:
Millie did ya get fish and chips late tonight?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40404:
no, and who is that?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40405:
millie did ya get all yer stock in at the resturant?..SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40406:
The teas are so different. Our teas are grown mostly in Africa and the folks here are very particular about tea. The flavours are much richer than in American teas.
Got a nice cuppa here for you Spot, milk and sugar are the tray if you wan to try them.
I am sure your fish and chips are grand Mil - didn't mean to imply anything.
Its just certain foods are "better" in certain places because they have "perfected" the foods which are most popular.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40407:
Sorry...it was me Miss Millie....SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40408:
Yep, a whole lot of food, all the walk-ins are full....I'm not gonna get caught short this week....or have to run to Sam's Club...
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40409:
My daughter just called from Alabama - poor thing is pitiful and can't sleep. I think I am going to cry :-(.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40410:
I agree about certain foods from certain places....I'm kind of a 'foodie' , lol!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40411:
AAAWWWWW, Irishter, I'll cry with ya....
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40412:
This is nice though - she can call me on the computer for price of a local call in Alabama.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40413:
Mr Irishter...tea tea here in the southern states of the US is just sweet tea....but im gone give yours a tast....[milk and sugar]?...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40414:
Spot, you still there? Here, have a homemade oatmeal cookie with your tea.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40415:
I only used to drink sweet tea, getting used to hot tea was quite a shock, but I love it now. Just a drop of milk.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40416:
A "spot" of milk? lol
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40417:
I'll take one of those oatmeal cookies and share some chocolate chips ones Mrs Irishter made yesterday
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40418:
Thanks....mmmmmmm...delish! Is there a secret ingredient?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40419:
Here Mil.........always ready for oatmeal cookies.........for sure!..spot
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40420:
Help yourself, Spot!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40421:
No secret ingredient - just Mrs Irishter's special touch.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40422:
Whoa, just realized it's 2:30am!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40423:
Its kinda Mil that we are talking to Irland!...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40424:
Irishter, re msg 40421, that's tlc, a very special ingredient...
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40425:
Very cool, Spot.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40426:
I meant to put neat in there........last post
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40427:
Better turn in, folks.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40428:
Thats it - tlc.
And Mrs Irishter has plenty of that to go around
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40429:
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40430:
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40431:
mil thats WAY over yonder...........over he waters.......very neat for me...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40432:
Sorry Spot - but I need to get going here for my day.
See you later
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40433:
Well Mill......Girl ya gona just leave me...ha,ha night yall..Irishter dont be a stranger.....SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40434:
Morning Dears, Hope all is well this Friday. Looks like we had a busy night on the porch. Lots of late night posting. Guess I will be at work till about noon and then be on my way. Kids come home tomorrow. Spot, sure I will do lunch. What about: tuna or chicken salad sandwiches, potato salad, fruit salad, chess bars or brownies, lemonade or tea. We will meet at Myers Lake and have a picnic. Irishter, I enjoyed seeing your family and the beautiful picture of your country. Ireland is one place I would like to visit some day. What lovely countryside.You guys and a good day and behave. Big Maude
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40435:
Morning! I just love the way this message board is getting to be like a chat room at night. You guys are so awesome!
48 degrees!! I really like you Irishter but you are starting to get on my "jealous nerve" with that kind of talk! (just kidding....sort of) heehee We are supposed to have a heat index of 103 today here on the Texas coast.
Millie, that is so neat about Ralph Waite. Next to Andy, he is my all-time favorite TV dad (Michael Landon is no 3....he would actually qualify for the s*xiest Dad award). Didn't know that Beaver's dad was a Methodist minister!
BarnWB, thanks for sharing with us about your proffession. My Dad was a judge for years when I was growing up. It kept me out of alot of trouble when I was tempted to break the law (sometimes I took my chances, though...ha). I won't ask you about kids, don't worry. I can respect that.
Thanks for your kind words, Lucy. My heart didn't seem so big last night when I wanted to knock some kid's heads together! haha You words were very encouraging, though. One more night and tonight is Parent's Night and we will be having a fair with snowcones, food, dunking booth, etc...should be fun (and hot). Lucy, prayers that your stepchilren will come for a visit.
Hey Maude, Myers lake sounds wonderful. Actually I think my husband is buying a boat from a friend at work today so I will bring it along. Bruce has been wanting to buy a boat so he and my son can go fishing/skiing, etc. They need some father/son time together and his friend is selling a nice 20ft boat that is about 12 years old but in great shape so I think he is going to buy it. I would rather have a pop-up camper but I understand why the boat would be a good thing for the men in my life. I don't like to fish, though.
Better get going...my son has an appointment with his counselor today.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40436:
Hey Irishter, what degree did your daughter in Huntsville receive? I have a sister in law that just graduated from UAH and she and my brother have teaching degrees. Just wondering if by chance they know one another?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40437:
Morning Porch! Millie, I guess I know you has Millie and FunGirl, and you know me as Deputy Warren Ferguson and Hab101!
Deputy Warren Ferguson
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40438:
Good morning everyone! Hey to BIG MAUDE and BOO and anyone else lingering about on the porch today.
You know who else was an ordained minister in his "other" life? One of my personal heroes, Fred Rogers. In my humble opinion, there has never been a kinder, gentler spirit on television. I loved him as a small child, admired him as an adult, and mourned him when he passed away two years ago. My kids have never gotten into "Mr. Roger's Neighborhood" the way I did (and not for lack of trying on their dad's part), but I'm glad they have the opportunity to at least sometimes enjoy perhaps the best children's television show ever.
BOO: Not to flog a dead horse, but I will say that when you boil down most of society's problems, from crime to schools to just about everything else, what you're left with is poor parenting. If parents took responsibility for actually raising their children instead of expecting them to either raise themselves or letting the schools do it for them, we'd all end up a lot better off. And raising children requires discipline. Certainly not abuse (mental, physical, emotional, or spiritual), but discipline with love. I'm certainly no social scientist but I think it has something to do with the cultural changes that started ocurring in the late 1950s and 1960s. Children are not "little adults," there ARE truths to impart, and kid's need structure as well as love. Our culture is so concerned now with what "I" want, and what's good for "me," what else should we expect from our children? If I hear one more parent say something like, "I got a divorce because I don't love my spouse anymore and deserve to be happy," "I don't discipline because I don't like to see my child unhappy," or "I need time for me," I'm gonna puke. Once we have children, their needs (as opposed to "wants") should automatically come before ours. If something is good for our kids but not necessary for us, then we need to put on a smile and suck it up. Now, I will admit that a miserable person is no good to anyone, but that isn't a kid's fault; that is between the adult and God to work out. If our Lord can suffer and die on a cross for us, we certainly can forgo a little comfort for our kids. What's wrong with kids today? In a word: parents. Thank God for all of you who seem like such wonderful, loving, and Godly role models for your children. Anyway, sorry if that sounded so harsh...I promise to stay off the soapbox for awhile.
Anyway, have a great day!!!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40439:
Hey to FLOYD and DWF. Didn't mean to rock on your toes while I was gabbing my head off...
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40440:
And sorry, I was so busy shooting off my mouth that I failed to acknowledge all the prayer requests, which should have been the first thing I did. Prayers for all who need them today.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40441:
"Hey Irishter, what degree did your daughter in Huntsville receive? I"
My daughter is in Huntsville, but got her history degreee from Pensacola Christian College.
Warmed up here today - up to almost 60 at the moment ;-)
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40442:
Ah, a fellow student of history. What area of concentration, IRISHTER? It has warmed up here, too. It's about 1,200 degrees, or at least feels like it with the horrible humidity.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40443:
Thanks Boo. Spot, I thank you for the respect toward my position. A lot of people do, but some thugs that I have locked up over the years don't. Also, Boo, Thanks for the understanding about having children. Romeena:I do have to keep a low profile, but I've eyed ya'll, and ya'll seem to be okay. Some subjects I will still have to keep quiet on. I will try to give ya'll a funny story or 2 from my courtroom every now and then. Irishter: My Chapter of TAGSRWC is held in Pensacola. I'm from there. Know all about it. Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40444:
Hey BWB. While I was going to college I worked part-time as a district court civil clerk. Most of the judges I got to know were, like you, nice, real nice.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40445:
Most Judges are. Some of them forget that they are just people wiyhout that robe on. Thanks for the compliment.LOL!!! Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40446:
I have an interesting reminiscence for you BWB...My mom was a district court commissioner (in some areas they are called magistrates, I believe) when I was growing up (1970s). There were three or four in our pretty rural/suburban county. When police picked someone up during non-court hours, they went to whichever commissioner was closest and at home. Yep, that's right, they worked from home. I can't tell you how many times my mom was awakened in the middle of the night by a state trooper or someone knocking at the door with a prisoner or someone who wanted to press charges against someone else. It seemed that every lowlife on the planet knew my mom, which, if you knew my mom you'd know how wierd that is. Later, when I was a little older, the commissioners started working from an office at the courthouse. I tell you, though, as a teenager I couldn't get away with anything; every police officer in the county knew my mom.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40447:
HEY MILL DID YOU GIT SOME OF THE RAIN LAST NIGHT THAT CAME UP.
WE WAS HIT GOOD WHAT A STOMR AND WE ARE NOT OUT OF TE WOOD BECAUSE CALLDING FOR OF THE SAME FOR THE EXTE THREE DAYS . CRY CRY.
YOU CAN HAVE IT.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40448:
Hey, Tom, we haven't gotten it yet, but it should be rolling in this afternoon. How are ya? Hey to Warren, Me-They,Boo, BWB, Irishter, and all porchsters. Making coconut pies for the restaurant, anybody want a slice?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40449:
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40450:
That's cool M-T. I'll take a slice Millie. Gotta hit the Courtroom. Be back later. Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40451:
Oh, Tom, don't be sad about getting rain. Folks around here would pay to have it shipped in if we could. As one feller said, it's so dry that the trees are whistling for the dogs.
Me-They, you have really hit the nail on the head. You told it like it is, and as far as I'm concerned, you can get on the soapbox anytime you have something to say. Would you believe, a few years ago before our security force was beefed up, people used to bring their small children by and leave them off at the hospital while they went shopping or elsewhere. We'd find two or three little kids, some as young as about four, just riding around on the elevators, or standing outside the nursery trying to see the babies. Ask them where their parents are - "My mama had to go to the mall, she told me to stay here until she got back." That happened many, many times. There are negligent parents everywhere, but there are certain ethnic groups that really top the list as far as permitting unruly, rowdy and disrespectful behavior. Makes me crazy, some three year old kid running up and down the halls and yelling, at 3 a.m. at the hospital, because his mother and about 30 other members of his family are waiting for somebody to deliver. They travel in a herd, with all the inlaws and outlaws camped in the waiting room. You should see it after they leave - it looks like a circus moved out. Bottles, cans, wrappers, dirty diapers, whatever. No class, just no class.
I used to try to deal with the kids, talk to the parents, try to disperse some of the mob, but no more. I just simply call security and let them deal with it. The visitors get furious, but at least they're not mad at me. OK, that's MY soapbox!
Sugarplum says 10-4. --Romeena
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40452:
I have to tell ya'll this before I go back out there, I just cought my assistant on here, so if she writes in, make her welcome. She's always telling me how crazy I am for being on here, so I ragged her about it. Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40453:
Cool. Very cool.BWB....Gonna run the pool before the rain hits, be back soon.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40454:
Afternoon all - I don't think I'll talk about the weather anymore, at least till the heat breaks there.
Went to my chiropractor today. I can't beleive I pay someone to beat me up like that :-)
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40455:
Thanks, ROMEENA. Some people just can't act like somebody.
Well, SPOT, I'm sitting here waiting for lunch...
"A lot of people lie at lunch! What of it?"--Barney
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40456:
Afternoon porch gang, Hope you guys enjoyed the picnic lunch at Myers Lake. Pretty hot again, supposed to have storms coming through later this evening. Tom, its good to see you. SPOT, what's for supper?? you guys have a good afternoon. see ya later. Big Maude
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40457:
If Spot's a no show, I'll fix supper.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40458:
Tonights Menu:grilled chicken breast,green beans,corn on the cobb,cream taters,green onions,corn bread,sweet tea...will someone bring some slaw?...hey to all busy here at work....SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40459:
I'll bring the slaw.....and some cream buns from Boysingers.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40460:
thanks Mil, whats Boysingers?...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40461:
Do I need to Bring anything to lunch??? Yeah, I'm back. I covered 23 cases in 4 hours. I was setting bail. What's been going on sence I was gone??? I guess my assistant didn't sit in for a visit. Even if she did, I don't know what name she would use. Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40462:
Lunch? We've moved on to dinner, BWB. Keep up with the program. We don't mess around with food here. If you need something to tide you over, I'll give you my Mr. Cookie Bar. Everyone needs an afternoon sugar pick-me-up.
Y'all have a great evening! Don't forget prayer time at 8:55 p.m. EST. Will some wake IRISHTER up for it? Ah, what the heck, let him sleep.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40463:
Spot, Boysinger's is the bakery where I work, silly, or don't you watch color eps?
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40464:
Off to bed folks - if I wake up at 1.55 I will pray with you all, in bed. :-)
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40465:
OH OK Millie...........do watch a few color epts...some are pretty good like when bea opened up the chinese resturant...SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40466:
Storms moving in here in ga...we need the rain but dont look like i will be getting off work on time tonight....SPOT
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40467:
Bad storms rolling through....better go. See y'all later!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40468:
Hey porch! How's everyone? Millie, got a recipe for cocanut pie?
Deputy Warren Ferguson
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40469:
I woul;d take the candy bar, but not much left of this day. I have to stay here until 6:30, or maybe later. The night court judge is running late. Yep, that's right, there really is a night court judge. 2 of them actually, but they both have to be here before the other judges, and myself leave. there are 5 of us here during the day. Hopefully no scum is being picked up right now, so I won't have to do anything.LOL!!! I'm sorry about the lunch thing, I just stopped in, and didn't have time to read the other things. I just saw Millie saying she'd bring the slaw, so I figured that it was lunch. Thanks, Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40470:
Deputy Warren Ferguson
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40471:
Hey Warren!!! bARNWANNABE.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40472:
Barnwannabe, another great Andy Griffith Show chat place is on http://www.andygriffithshow.net/. I think that place has alot more Andy Griffith Show talking, while here is more like are own small Mayberry, where we can talk about anything. I like them both.
Deputy Warren Ferguson
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40473:
Okay, I'll go there now. I'll still be here, so I can talk to ya'll. Thanks, Warren. Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40474:
Hi, folks. Just got home from the rent house. Termite man did what appeared to me to be a pretty thorough job. He showed me several little mud tubes where the nasty little critters have been, and in some cases, still were. They're kaput now, though.
I wish we'd get some rain. I'd settle for a storm along with it, just to get the rain.
I stopped at the farmer's market, got me some fresh okra, three ears of corn, a big ol' homegrown 'mater, some fresh spinach and a big bag of fresh cherries. I'm gonna feast tonight! I think I'll fry that okra - haven't had good fried okra in a while, and I just love it. If y'all would like, I'll box all this up and bring it over to Spot's and share.
Sugarplum says 10-4. --Romeena
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40475:
That'll be good with me Romeena. Fried okra is my favorite food. Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40476:
We Defy the mafia!!
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40477:
Opps, that's me MDC
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40478:
LOL!!! I hope so!!! Otherwize, I'd have to report ya'll.Just kidding of course. Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40479:
I was only kidding. Anybody there??? Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40480:
Oh Barnwannabe, Millie and Irishster are on that site to!
Deputy Warren Ferguson
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40481:
Do they use their same names??? Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40482:
Thanks, Warren, but I don't like having to register due to my job. BWB
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40483:
I will register here, because I'm already a member of TAGSRWC. Thanks any way!!!Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40484:
No problem Barnwannabe. Just wanted to let you know! Oh and they don't use their same name's just so you know.
Millie where are ya?
Deputy Warren Ferguson
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40485:
No offense to you Warren. Thank you for letting me know, cause I'm a big TAGS fan. BIG TAGS fan.LOL!!! Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40486:
Evening to you all. Watching Andy on TV Land..
episode where Ellie Walker comes to town and won't given Emma her pills. poor Emma. Storms and Rain here tonight. Hope Mavis is okay on her end. Romeena, toss one of the homegrown maters over my way. they sure are good. I love mater sandwiches!! BWB, I sure could use a Mr. Cookie Bar tonightmy sweet tooth is calling out. Hey to everyone tonight. Thanks for supper tonight, SPOT. Maybe Millie will bring me something sweet from the Bakery?? take care and be nice. Big Maude
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40487:
Big Maude, I'll give you a Mr.Cookie Bar. I was watching TAGS on our local station. They started playing it at 6:30 and 9:30 . I wish that other Judge was here, so I could go home. My wife is probably making supper right now. I told her to eat without me. If I didn't have a TV in here, or a computer, I would not be able to stay here this long. I have to have at least one episode of TAGS a day. Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40488:
thanks BWB. Big Maude
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40489:
Will somebody talk to me until that lame brain judge gets here??? Thanks. Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40490:
Warren, you there???
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40491:
40490 was from me. Barnwannabe.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40492:
BWB, How can a judge get by with being so late??
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40493:
Hello everyone....Well I made it to La. safely. I drove all night to get here so I'm still pretty tired. It's so hot here. They had a little shower and then the sun popped back out and WOW! Even hotter than before. I'll be here till Wednesday (ministering at a Pastors conference).
Ro...be sure to bring the okra to Spot's. I LOVE it fried or (slimmy) boiled.
Everyone have blessed night and remember to say your prayers! I'm praying for you all...you folks are special.
June 23, 2006 - Msg 40494:
They are allowed so much leave, just like every other job. If you have something that you need to do, but still plan on coming to work, you are allowed so much of your leave. The court records dept., keeps track of how late you are, and if after you clock in, they subtract that from your given leave. He is really taking his vacation, or sick time away from himself. The judges that are on duty, are stuck here, until the lollygaging judge shows up. It really isn't fair to me, or the other judges that are stuck here with no cases to handle. Barnwannabe.