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Tincup
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Mel Gibson asked me to a hotsy-totsy party in LA again this year, but I had to turn him down due to his very publicized bad behavior of recent years. (For new comers- its a long story.)

Now I am trying to decide if I should go to NY City and hang out with Anderson Cooper- you know that Kathy can be pretty pushy can't she? But, Michael Weatherly wanted to meet me afterward for a midnight dance which sounds good to me.

Or, meet David Beckman for a date on his yacht for a private party, though he is not really my type, OR...

Daniel Sunjata- possibly go with him just about anywhere?

Of course Jim Caviezel will be my breakfast date for the first new year's meal. (Gotta keep these guys happy you know.)

So, what are you doing to celebrate the new year, little wall flower?

[lol]

[ 12-29-2015, 09:39 PM: Message edited by: Tincup ]

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Yeah, I figured no one could top these plans.

[lol]

So what are you doing?

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Well, Rod Stewart, who at 70 is still sexy, is coming over for appetizers and... there's the door bell. Gotta go.

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hiker, for you:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuczsqBkZBI

Rod Stewart - "Auld Lang Syne"

Royal British Legion Festival, at the Royal Albert Hall -- 10th November 2012

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For everyone, a very different version. Very nice.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5KWTlXkGlM

Mairi Campbell - Auld Lang Syne @Scots Trad Music Awards

4:21 video
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The traditional tune, yet a particular favorite with such a rich voice (Dougie pronounced "DUE GEE"):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acxnmaVTlZA&list=PL2-QYOYUhqCmQWAQ9BHMHx2c2N-F_08g-

Auld Lang Syne (Robert Burns) - with lyrics

Sung by Dougie MacLean on the album Tribute
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Chile is about done and ready to eat. Anyone want to share better email yourself right over,,,in a hurry.

All the people in my memories have now passed on to other happy hunting grounds. Its strange all memories are of 90 % preceding generation.

Just me myself and I to party with tonight.

And my New Years resolution is not to make any resolutions

But Happy New Years to all lyme netters

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Tincup
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FUNNY hiker!

Yes, nice versions Keebler. Don't care for the Scottish version as much, not my "cup of tea".

Just Don, I spent the afternoon at the cemetery visiting and remembering. Ended up cleaning off a bunch of stones that looked lonesome.

At least we have an advantage, we are still above ground. Enjoy that chili!

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I am sitting in my family room with a fire in the fireplace with absolutely NO smoke coming out of it by some miracle, the dog is at my feet as I eat a yummy ceasar salad and wait for the lobster in the kitchen to somehow cook itself! waiting for midnight to toast with Pelligrino.

..... and after that Tom Cruise is coming over with Mel Gibson (c.Gladiator) to play LOTR Trivial Pursuit. YEEEEEEOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!

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11:22 here. Dh is downstairs watching tv, I'm up on this PC with the dog and the black cat, and trust...I'll be in bed by midnight when dh comes and kisses me goodnight.

Had a funny memory filled fight fest with my brother an hour ago....he always wants to tell stories from HIS perspective of us growing up. He's funny that way.....note to Thomas AGAIN..a conversation means 2 sides get to talk!!!! Funny and normal.

Life goes on as it should and all I hope is that life right this moment is the same next year at this time.

Happy New Year Lymenet friends!

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Tincup
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Lisa- You can keep Tom Cruise and Mel Gibson, but I'll have to fight you over that lobster!

[lol]

HWW- May your wish come true and your year be wonderful.

[group hug]

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I went rapidly back and forth between NYC and LA last nite - it's called whiz flights, within seconds - visited with Carrie Underwood and others in NY and too many bands to mention in LA -

and also went to Sydney, Auckland, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Beijing, Dubai, Munich and London for fireworks galore -

Oh yeah, also went to a Jimmy Buffett concert in Brooklyn after midnite - for the Margaritaville song -

And now I'm exhausted and resting today, except for the Rose Bowl parade and Vienna's New Year's serenade later on...

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Tincup
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HA! You watched the chit chat party stuff and all I kept seeing was the COMMERCIALS!!!! I am soooooo tired of commercials!

I watched 'Taxi Brooklyn' episodes on demand- just learned how to do that- with no commercials. Love it!!!

Of course that was after all the excitement from earlier on!

[lol]

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I have a method for dealing with commercials - I have the TV turned towards me. As soon as one comes on, I turn the sound off and continue with whatever I'm dealing with online

and then turn the sound back on when the show's on again. That works. And I get things done online at the same time.

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ok, well, my effort to see Russell Crowe new years morning aorund 1am fell short when I fell asleep in his presence. he was playing his Gladiator role.
[spinning smile]

when I tried to see him again the next day I was so upset because netflix took him off the lineup. so disapointed..
[rant]

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Get enough snow to sign my name in yellow!!!!!

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

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I am a poet and I didn't know it!!!!

HE HE HE HE

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You know how to make me laugh! HA!

[lol]

Not a good start to the new year Lisa! Darn! But, if you be nice maybe, just maybe, I'll share one of my extra fellows with you.

[Big Grin]

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Gonna toss out all those over reaching ideal expectations and join the mice in their cozy new hot tub:


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/john-oliver-new-years-resolutions_568a857de4b06fa68882ce46

John Oliver - a few thoughts on how to revise New Year's Resolutions.
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my husband WON a Miele scout automatic vacuum, so I am going to let it work and watch while I drink a cup of tea!!!! yeah!!!

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Congrats to you Lisa! A lady of leisure! How sweet it is!

It's like having tea and watching the clothes in the dryer go round and round. One of my favorite past times! ~smile~

BTW- do they make much noise?

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Keebler- accents never bothered me before Lyme, then they started to, and now they totally irritate me. I can't find a mute button fast enough when I hear one.

Isn't that awful to admit? I'm sorry!!!! I wish it weren't so!!!

Not sure if it is my super-sensitivity to sounds and startle reflex- or something of the like- or it's because I can't follow the words without trying to decipher what each of the words are then can't catch up to their meanings cause the speaker is going too fast?

My point being- as soon as I heard the accent the mute button came on! Sorry!!!

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Tincup, no it is pretty quiet. you can put it on turbo and it then is a little noisier.

it is fun. hehe.

I don't mind accents, but I really have a hard time listening to people's chewing noises! and once I notice it it gets louder and louder.

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HAY MADDOG, I see you got your New Years WISH!!!!!!!!!!!!


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