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Kiwi1971
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  #402145 9-Nov-2010 15:17
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k14: Mrs was away for work so went to get KFC for dinner (first time in 2 years and wasn't too bad actually)


Isn't it so good after so long? I rarely have KFC as I live with a vegetarian and she won't believe that Chicken is essentially a vegetable and because central Wellington no longer has a KFC since the one in Manner's Mall shut [WTF Wellington!] But when I do have it once every 12 - 18 months, it is still my favourite burger.  Great, now I have the need for a tower burger.

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  #402205 9-Nov-2010 16:17
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Kiwi1971:
k14: Mrs was away for work so went to get KFC for dinner (first time in 2 years and wasn't too bad actually)


Isn't it so good after so long? I rarely have KFC as I live with a vegetarian and she won't believe that Chicken is essentially a vegetable and because central Wellington no longer has a KFC since the one in Manner's Mall shut [WTF Wellington!] But when I do have it once every 12 - 18 months, it is still my favourite burger.  Great, now I have the need for a tower burger.

DLS


Yeah I had a works burger and it was damn tasty. Well made with non stalky lettuce (I can't stand crunchy lettuce), good patty and nice amount of mayo. I forgot to get the zinger option, that sauce is delicous. I thought they didn't make tower burger anymore? Didn't see it on the menu last night anyway. Not sure about the wicked wings though, bit too spicy for me.

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  #402255 9-Nov-2010 17:32
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mattRSK:
Kiwi1971:
BurningBeard: Yesterday I sat in an office and listened to a sales rep use the term "touch base" about 350 times.


If he/she says "going-foward" I think you are allowed to smack them with their own literature.

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"Synergy" is a good reason to smack some one.


I vote for "paradym shift"




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#402261 9-Nov-2010 17:42
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Late morning start, then to the gym, then a two hour lunch with my favourite clients.

Coffee in the afternoon with a friend, catching up on some emails now and thinking about heading home shortly.

Yup. Great day.

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  #402286 9-Nov-2010 18:43
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I got hot and bothered and confused, like no other day. Awesome evening.

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  #402292 9-Nov-2010 19:10
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Spent a total of 3 hours and 45 minutes on two exams yesterday. Yay exam season...




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  #402296 9-Nov-2010 19:13
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manta: I got hot and bothered and confused, like no other day. Awesome evening.


Sounds like a good day/night!
I Had an epic evening as well.
What did you get up to? 



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  #402536 10-Nov-2010 10:10
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nate: Late morning start, then to the gym, then a two hour lunch with my favourite clients.

Coffee in the afternoon with a friend, catching up on some emails now and thinking about heading home shortly.

Yup. Great day.


So, no work then?





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#402807 10-Nov-2010 13:17
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freitasm: So, no work then?


Technically... no.

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  #403108 10-Nov-2010 21:46
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Drove up to Hanmer Springs, climed Conical Hill, enjoyed the awesome view, walked back down and had a beer.

Nice being retired, isn't it?

Cheers

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  #403471 11-Nov-2010 16:01
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  • Worked.

  • Sat at my desk all day.

  • Worked on a few projects.


Overall, it was okay. Bring on the weekend I say!

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