Busy Tonight

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I’m spending tonight finishing (I hope) a side project for a software client.  I also need to work a bit with Sara on a speech she’s giving next week.  Since she’s not a teenager yet, she still respects my opinions on these matters.

I’ll have a post ready tomorrow.

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  1. Bill C.

    Take your time. I have plenty of bacon to munch on while I wait. Maybe I’ll dunk it in butter.

    A line from King of the Hill: “Mr. Hill, you look like a man who butters his bacon.”

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  2. Linda R

    Enjoy the respect from your girls as long as it is still available. My girls didn’t realize how intelligent I really was till they reached their twenties! It was amazing how my intellect improved when they hit 22 or so!

    There are three phases in a man’s life:

    1. My daddy can beat up your daddy.
    2. My dad’s an old man who doesn’t know anything.
    3. Well, it’s like my father used to say …

    Can’t remember who said that, but it’s true.

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  3. Bill C.

    Take your time. I have plenty of bacon to munch on while I wait. Maybe I’ll dunk it in butter.

    A line from King of the Hill: “Mr. Hill, you look like a man who butters his bacon.”

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  4. Linda R

    Enjoy the respect from your girls as long as it is still available. My girls didn’t realize how intelligent I really was till they reached their twenties! It was amazing how my intellect improved when they hit 22 or so!

    There are three phases in a man’s life:

    1. My daddy can beat up your daddy.
    2. My dad’s an old man who doesn’t know anything.
    3. Well, it’s like my father used to say …

    Can’t remember who said that, but it’s true.

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  5. DeniseW

    Be encouraged Tom, not all teenagers are created the same….my teens (16 & 17) still ask me and their dad for help with their school work and respect our opinions.

    I hope that’s what happens, but we’ll see. Sara is strong-willed and independent — traits I hope she keeps — so I’m psychologically prepared for teen years in which she decides I don’t know anything.

    I once asked a co-worker how his daughter was doing. His reply: “Well, she’s 13 now, so I went from being the smartest guy in the world to one of the dumbest.”

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  6. Walter Bushell

    Hey great idea, bacon cooked in butter, better ghee. Then take the fat as a base for mayonnaise mixed with MCT oil so it stays fluid.

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  7. DeniseW

    Be encouraged Tom, not all teenagers are created the same….my teens (16 & 17) still ask me and their dad for help with their school work and respect our opinions.

    I hope that’s what happens, but we’ll see. Sara is strong-willed and independent — traits I hope she keeps — so I’m psychologically prepared for teen years in which she decides I don’t know anything.

    I once asked a co-worker how his daughter was doing. His reply: “Well, she’s 13 now, so I went from being the smartest guy in the world to one of the dumbest.”

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  8. Walter Bushell

    Hey great idea, bacon cooked in butter, better ghee. Then take the fat as a base for mayonnaise mixed with MCT oil so it stays fluid.

    Reply

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