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  1. spacemanspiff

    421NavyDude has inspired me.

    Near the top of page 28 in the comments of this article: (2.00 / 1)

    “Wis. GOP, Dem disputes escalate”  I go by “421NavyDude” over at Politico,

    (420NavyDude was banned, so I just added a digit).

    by: Stipes @ Sun Feb 20, 2011 at 17:12:35 PM EST

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    Instead of mocking and complaining about the right.

    I’m going to mock, complain, and troll the right.

    When I’m online I can take out 5 minutes to drop a few turds in their teacups.

    We are 2 years away and it’s time to get our online game on.

    Mr.T - Spiff2

  2. HappyinVT

    We decided to go for a run this morning.  I warned her I hadn’t been running in months and that I am sloooooow.  Things started out great, if cold, but soon her secret plan came into focus.  The 3-4 mile run with a donut and coffee at the end turned into 8 miles.  8.  I hadn’t run 8 miles ever.  My butt hurts (can’t live in Burlington without hitting some mountains hills), my calves hurt, my feet hurt, my head (for some reason) hurts.  The way I’ve been sniffling makes me hope I didn’t catch a cold.

    I may hurt her tomorrow.

  3. sricki

    Anybody here ever had jaw problems — TMJ or anything like that? Left side of my jaw has popped on and off for years, and at some point last week I did something to finally really mess it up (temporarily I hope).

    It has been surprisingly painful, and I’ve had a lot of trouble eating due to not being able to chew much or even open my mouth wide enough to get food in. I’ve been taking 2 Aleve in the mornings and then 1 Aleve and 2 Tylenol at night. It’s been pretty annoying, and my jaw’s been kinda… “locked up” since mid-week last week. Now I can’t tell if it’s getting better or if the Aleve/Tylenol are just working wonders combined.

    I have read about TMJ online because I’m pretty sure that’s what this is — but it looks to me like not a whole lot can be done, and most of what can be done can be done from home by myself. So in light of that, should I bother going to the doctor?

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