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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #3240 on: February 22, 2012, 06:42:38 AM »
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« Reply #3241 on: February 22, 2012, 09:05:20 AM »
Hey Bones! I'm checking in back at ya.

Been really busy in 3-D working around the house, getting involved in some community stuff... taking advantage of the subtle change in the weather before it goes back to chilly, wet and yucky.
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #3242 on: February 22, 2012, 10:35:10 AM »
Hey Bones! I'm checking in back at ya.

Been really busy in 3-D working around the house, getting involved in some community stuff... taking advantage of the subtle change in the weather before it goes back to chilly, wet and yucky.

Hi, P.R.

I hear ya!
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« Reply #3243 on: February 23, 2012, 08:30:38 AM »
Been trying to arrange transportation to the dentist, since my birthday weekend, because one of my crowns popped out while I was eating birthday cake.  Bummer!!!   :P
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #3244 on: February 23, 2012, 11:41:05 PM »
Oh Bonsey,

I am sorry that happened on your B-day. 

That aside, I do wish you a happy birthday.

You know, everytime I see this thread pop up with the title: " Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?"

I read that and have this little voice inside my head that screams "YES" everytime I see that title!

((((Love you Bonsey, sending wishes/prayers that your crowns will be restored with minimum pain and hassle!)))

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« Reply #3245 on: February 24, 2012, 07:23:19 AM »
Oh Bonsey,

I am sorry that happened on your B-day. 

That aside, I do wish you a happy birthday.

You know, everytime I see this thread pop up with the title: " Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?"

I read that and have this little voice inside my head that screams "YES" everytime I see that title!

((((Love you Bonsey, sending wishes/prayers that your crowns will be restored with minimum pain and hassle!)))

FP

Thanks, FP!  I really appreciate your wishes and prayers.

In connection with the thread's title, when I read the first letter in today's Dear Abby, I couldn't help but think....this dude sounds like a Narcissist!!!!

http://www.uexpress.com/dearabby/?uc_full_date=20120224



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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #3246 on: February 25, 2012, 08:40:48 AM »
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« Reply #3247 on: February 25, 2012, 02:30:30 PM »
Sound like you really needed this, Bones and enjoyed yourself.

Ya know, I think I could stand to make the effort to do this kind of thing more often too. Break out of my self-imposed shackles of the dreaded "to-do" list... more often.

Thanks, P.R.

The Star Trek panel on Friday night was hysterically FUNNY!!!!  The topic was on sexuality in Star Trek and the people leading the panel consisted of two guys and three gals sitting on a sofa.  One guy walked in wearing a Star Trek bathrobe carrying a glass of wine, signifying the suave sophisticate and the other guy came in wearing a trenchcoat, carrying a can of beer in a paper bag, signifying the pervert!  I was one of the three gals and I couldn't stop laughing!!!!   :lol:



Another thing that had me cracking up laughing, during the Star Trek Convention, happened by accident on Sunday morning. 

There was an empty room because a scheduled panel didn't happen, so another club member and I sat in there to rest, in between panels that we were leading, just relaxing, resting, and shooting the breeze about our favorite topic:  Star Trek Deep Space Nine.  As we chatted, other people who were complete strangers, wandered into the room and started listening to us.  Then they started raising their hands and asking us questions as if we were running an official panel discussion!!!!   :shock: :lol:  The whole situation just struck me funny!!!   :lol:
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« Reply #3248 on: February 25, 2012, 08:47:37 PM »
Bones that is hilarious! I can just picture that in my mind, much more funny then the newer Sat Night live skits.

Thanks, first time I laughed all day.
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #3249 on: February 26, 2012, 07:02:56 AM »
Bones that is hilarious! I can just picture that in my mind, much more funny then the newer Sat Night live skits.

Thanks, first time I laughed all day.

Thanks, Starlight!

What added to the hilarity was that the convention official came to the door to announce that we had five more minutes before wrapping up our panel discussion!   :lol:

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« Reply #3250 on: February 26, 2012, 09:05:02 AM »
Hmmm. Let me apply my Spock-like analytical ability to this...

Isn't it just possible, that you and your friend ARE experts... authorities... ?

And so, passers-by who are aware of the context of "scheduled panels" going on in that area... are really hearing authorities intelligently discussing certain subjects... so they assume the part of panel attendees? Including the conference "official"?

So, that in at least one form of reality - you and your friend actually WERE a panel. What an amazing opportunity! It's as if you really were beamed up to somewhere else! That must've been what is known as "fun"...

Interesting. I'll have to study this "fun" some more... see if I am able to understand it...

LOL.
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #3251 on: February 26, 2012, 11:21:33 AM »
Hmmm. Let me apply my Spock-like analytical ability to this...

Isn't it just possible, that you and your friend ARE experts... authorities... ?

And so, passers-by who are aware of the context of "scheduled panels" going on in that area... are really hearing authorities intelligently discussing certain subjects... so they assume the part of panel attendees? Including the conference "official"?

So, that in at least one form of reality - you and your friend actually WERE a panel. What an amazing opportunity! It's as if you really were beamed up to somewhere else! That must've been what is known as "fun"...

Interesting. I'll have to study this "fun" some more... see if I am able to understand it...

LOL.

LOL!!!

We were actually official members of other panels.  We just happened to be resting and shooting the breeze when this "unofficial" panel evolved!  LOL!!!
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #3252 on: February 27, 2012, 11:20:04 AM »
Had one HELL of a morning starting at 2:00 AM when my parked car decided to go CRAZY with the horn BLARING by itself!!!!  Woke up the neighbors and I'm outside trying desperately to SHUT IT UP!!!!  Finally two police officers arrived who helped me to dismantle the horn assembly so we could FINALLY get some SLEEP!!!!   :P  Unfortunately, I've been so wound up since this stuff started that I haven't been able to get back to sleep.  ICK!!!!!!
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #3253 on: February 27, 2012, 02:05:18 PM »
The letter writer who signs herself as the Sous Chef sounds like she has a Narcissist for a husband!!!!

http://www.uexpress.com/dearabby/?uc_full_date=20120227

What IDIOT in his right mind invites people to have dinner at his home then attempts to FORCE them to eat what they DON'T LIKE or may be ALLERGIC to?!?!?!?  I don't get it!!!   :?
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Re: Is It Always N Behavior to Violate Others' Boundaries?
« Reply #3254 on: February 27, 2012, 02:52:30 PM »
Had one HELL of a morning starting at 2:00 AM when my parked car decided to go CRAZY with the horn BLARING by itself!!!!  Woke up the neighbors and I'm outside trying desperately to SHUT IT UP!!!!  Finally two police officers arrived who helped me to dismantle the horn assembly so we could FINALLY get some SLEEP!!!!   :P  Unfortunately, I've been so wound up since this stuff started that I haven't been able to get back to sleep.  ICK!!!!!!

Wow that is odd. Is it a car alarm that short circuited?