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Zorro
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Hubby's been bringing home his laptop from work recently so we can get online in the evenings. (The Zorrling sleeps in the computer room, so our computer time has been limited in the last twelve weeks.) Hubby has an offsite meeting today, though, and will not need his laptop all day, and is leaving it at home for me. Bwahahahaha...let's see if I get ANYTHING constructive done today... [Smile]

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mrs.hi-c clown fishies
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ugh...our company uses Lotus notes as well. I hate the fact that the calendar system is so fickle. For example, I take one date out of the calendar for a meeting that was rescheduled. It automatically took all of my dates. I could think of other email clients that are better.

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quote:
Originally posted by chillas:
I never thought I'd find an application that makes me think fondly of Outlook.

Lainie: Groupwise? Groupwise? [Eek!]

They're migrating my group to Outlook in the near future. Can't be soon enough. I actually long for Outlook.

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LizzyJingleBells
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quote:
Originally posted by mrs.hi-c clown fishies:
An update of sorts--

I've been on the new job for a week and a day now. I love it!

Sorry your old department is giving you crap, but yeah you like your new job! That's great!

Has anyone else ever been on Litium? The doc put me on it a few weeks ago, and it's given me the shakes something awful. I don't know if that means my levels are too high, or what's going on. But it's driving me crazy.

Also, I might get a new job within the Home Depot. We have a bookkeeping department, and they're looking for someone new. Lots of responsibility, but I'm used to that, being a head cashier. And I wouldn't have to deal with customers anymore! I hope they decide to give it to me. I just applied yesterday. It's either that, or I start looking for a new job outside of the HD. I just can't take the disorganization of that place anymore. Sigh.

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The Flatulent Coworker is up to it again. This time, there was a witness other than the coworker who alerted me.

It almost made me throw up.

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quote:
Originally posted by chillas:
Lainie: Groupwise? Groupwise? [Eek!]

That's what MUO uses for their primary email client. Since I'm a UT grad, my Outlook account is still accepted, so I'm safe. IT had enough hassles that they migrated everything over to Outlook.

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Lainie
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quote:
Originally posted by Casey, making hot chocolate:
quote:
Originally posted by chillas:
Lainie: Groupwise? Groupwise? [Eek!]

That's what MUO uses for their primary email client. Since I'm a UT grad, my Outlook account is still accepted, so I'm safe. IT had enough hassles that they migrated everything over to Outlook.
Sure, they give themselves the decent email client. Let everybody else suffer.

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chillas
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What gets me about Lotus Notes is that instead of fixing bugs, they just put in warnings. My favorite is something on the lines of: "Testing has shown this action may cause the calendar to become unstable and you may lose data. Do you wish to continue anyway?" WTF? Just fix the damn problem, will you?! Yeesh!

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glisp42
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Bugs? I know of no bugs. I only know of undocumented features.

In other news, I feel like crap today. I woke up with congestion, cough and a really sore throat. I guess I'll just have to start drinking hot toddies.

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Tzarina
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Why is it that every time I think my Christmas shopping is done, I think of one more person I forgot???
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Tzarina, that's because Christmas shopping is like housework: it expands to fill the time available.

Seaboe

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Mickey is a Hanukkah Bush
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Tzarina, it's because Santa is teh ebil.

So my dad's video camera gave up the ghost. He's gonna have FUN shopping for a new one.

The camera I'm using at the moment smells like cigarettes. Eeeeeeeew...

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Oh...

my...

Gosh...

My aunt who usually spams her address book with garbage- and took me off her list because I "reply to all" with snopes links emailed me and asked me if the backwards ATM PIN was true or not.

"Patty, you're good at finding these things out, is this true?"

I replied with the link and mentioned the search option on the main snopes page.

But, I'm just stunned.

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Happy Holly Days


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quote:
Originally posted by mrs.hi-c clown fishies:
ugh...our company uses Lotus notes as well. I hate the fact that the calendar system is so fickle. For example, I take one date out of the calendar for a meeting that was rescheduled. It automatically took all of my dates. I could think of other email clients that are better.

Our parent company in Germany decided that the whole corporation needed to switch over to Notes about a year ago, specifically because of the scheduling features (Team Rooms, ugh). (They were using Notes and we were using Outlook - I much preferred Outlook.) The funny thing is, the majority of the people who would actually need to use the team rooms don't have access to them. It's been a nightmare, but luckily I don't schedule meetings or organize teams, so haven't had to deal with any of it. The main thing I have trouble with is trying to use the address book. I still keep Outlook around for that, even if I can't use it for my email.

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Tzarina
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This is what I get for finishing early this year. Dangit.

And Santa is not evil. Or teh ebil, or whatever.
My Daddy is a Santa, and I won't have him spoken of in that manner.

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bthyb
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My car makes a whining noise when I put it in reverse, and stops when I hit the brake.

Anybody know what that means?

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Nick Theodorakis
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quote:
Originally posted by bthyb:
My car makes a whining noise when I put it in reverse, and stops when I hit the brake.

Anybody know what that means?

I don't know about the first part, but as for the second part, it's normal for a car to stop when you hit the brake.

Nick

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Mickey is a Hanukkah Bush
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quote:
Originally posted by Tzarina:
This is what I get for finishing early this year. Dangit.

And Santa is not evil. Or teh ebil, or whatever.
My Daddy is a Santa, and I won't have him spoken of in that manner.

Well, real beard Santas (like your father) are cool. I was being facetious about how Santa is evil, anyhow.

How many kids pull on your dad's beard, anyway? That's gotta hurt.

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bthyb
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quote:
Originally posted by Nick Theodorakis:
quote:
Originally posted by bthyb:
My car makes a whining noise when I put it in reverse, and stops when I hit the brake.

Anybody know what that means?

I don't know about the first part, but as for the second part, it's normal for a car to stop when you hit the brake.

Nick

Thanks Nick. [fish]
I meant the noise stops when I hit the brake - but the car stops as well. I'm not worried about the car stopping part, though.

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animal73
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bthyb- Transmission whine? Has it always done it or did it just start recently?

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quote:
Originally posted by bthyb:
My car makes a whining noise when I put it in reverse, and stops when I hit the brake.

It doesn't like going in reverse?

Gen "But I don't waaaaannnna go in reverse!" Yus

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Mickey is a Hanukkah Bush
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bthyb, it could be a loose belt somewhere. There IS more than one belt in an engine, IIRC.

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Mistletoey Chloe
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I have done zero Christmas shopping. Zero. This has never happened before.

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I've finished all of my Christmas shopping, with the exception of one item which I'll pick up when I go to my hometown because it's too cumbersome to pack. That's never happened before; I'm usually still picking things up on December 23.

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Me too, Chloe. High five!

I've been so disgustingly busy that I haven't had the time or energy to devote to holiday festivities.

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I was agonizing because I had 7 people left to shop for and no idea what to get them. And then the perfect item fell into my lap. It's a decorative item that's pretty and unique, but, more importantly, 100% of the money I paid for it is going to feed and house African AIDS orphans. So it's not only a gift for the person I bought the thing for, it's a gift for the kids too. Christmas gift zen!

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bthyb
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quote:
Originally posted by animal73:
bthyb- Transmission whine? Has it always done it or did it just start recently?

It's a new thing. Sigh...I guess I'll need to get it checked out.

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I'm pretty much done with all the shopping. I just have giftcards left which are easy & I need to mail 1 gift but its OK if it doesn't get there before Christmas. Its the wrapping that is getting me. For grown-ups I do gift bags but I like the kids to have wrapped gifts to open so I've spent a few hours over the past week just wrapping. After a few minutes, it seems to become a Zen thing & I'm just in the zone & wrapping & cutting & its fine. But to actually get started is a real challenge.

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quote:
Originally posted by LizzyJingleBells:

Has anyone else ever been on Lithium? The doc put me on it a few weeks ago, and it's given me the shakes something awful. I don't know if that means my levels are too high, or what's going on. But it's driving me crazy.


Lizzy it is a side effect of the Lithium you may want to call your doctor he may give you a medicine to help out with the side effects mine did. Once I had the additional medicine the shakes stopped and I felt better.

ETA: More Information

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Anyone know what % is in prescription cortizone creams? I got my allergy shots today, and my arms are itching horribly (1% cream works for about 1 1/2-2 hours). I have to call my allergist to make an appointment over the break, but I think I may also ask them to call my local pharmacy to get a prescription strength tube of cortizone cream. Itching this badly in tests will not be good. Nor will itching this badly on a 4 hour drive home.

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Damn Fire Alarms. The Hall Council was making grilled cheeses in the lobby and they set the smoke detector off.

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Warning! Glurgy story ahead:

Sometimes I really hate going to Petsmart to get cat food. I do enjoy spoiling the birds when I'm there (assuming they have any of the larger birds to spoil). Its just that the cat food isle at the store I frequent is also located near the cat adoption center and the cat litter is right next to it. There are times I just can't bear not looking to see what they have. This morning was one of those times.

In the largest kennel was fairly young all black female kitty named Carebear. The information sheet had a highlighted notation that Carebear was blind, and that she was found by the side of the road with a head trauma. She was sleeping when I walked up to the adoption center, but that didn't last for very long.

The adoption center kennels at that store have plexiglass windows on the customer side, and metal bars inside the enclosure. I never intentionally tap on the glass of any cage when I'm at a pet store. Something startled Carebear awake while I was watching her. My jacket may have tapped the glass by accident, or one of the other kitties in the neighboring kennels started scratching on the glass of their own enclosures, as they will whenever anyone walks by.

Carebear was up in an instant and walked to the bar side of the kennel, sat down and started howling. She was looking all around her kennel, and when she finally faced me, I could see how big her pupils were. It just broke my heart to listen to her looking everywhere and wailing like she was that I could've adopted her myself.

I just can't, though, even if I didn't have my current cat (who is undisputedly master of his domain). For one thing, she'd be alone for up to 14 hours a day, four days a week, and at least initially, would probably wail as loudly as she did at the store, and I have to sleep during the day. She would need time to learn how to navigate my cluttered apartment, as well as learn where her bed, bowls and litter box were. I just didn't think I could've given this kitty the extra care she needed. I knew she'd be better off with an owner or owners who could be with her more than I could, but damn it was hard to walk away. I don't think I've ever cried leaving a petstore before in my adult life.

I really hope this kitty gets a good home. [Frown]

~Psihala

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quote:
Originally posted by Mickey is a Hanukkah Bush:
Anyone know what % is in prescription cortizone creams?

Why don't you just ask your allergist when you call him? Or call the pharmacy to find out?

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Mickey is a Hanukkah Bush
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quote:
Originally posted by Jenn:
quote:
Originally posted by Mickey is a Hanukkah Bush:
Anyone know what % is in prescription cortizone creams?

Why don't you just ask your allergist when you call him? Or call the pharmacy to find out?
I will. But I was just curious at the moment.

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IIRC, it's 15% (could be even higher, it may depend on the script). But I think you can buy up to 5% OTC. That might help enough more than the 1% that you don't have to bother with the script.

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