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The "Incredibly Impossible to Derail This Thread" thread
18 September 2013
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8I always thought it was Paul but now you asked the question I can hear a bit of George. Aggghhhh. That bit of hmmm is annoying. It sounds incredibly veering into definately like George on the BBC cut so i'm jumping ship to Beatle George.ahdn_george_06paul-mccartney

Ooh, we could have an ADITL ahhh spin-off thread and then a vote for which thread is the most likely to put you off the Beatles for life.apple02

Don’t make your love suffer insecurities, trade the baggage of self to set another one free. ('Paper Skin' - Kendall Payne)
18 September 2013
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meanmistermustard said
a-hard-days-night-ringo-8I always thought it was Paul but now you asked the question I can hear a bit of George. Aggghhhh. That bit of hmmm is annoying. It sounds incredibly veering into definately like George on the BBC cut so i'm jumping ship to Beatle George.ahdn_george_06paul-mccartney

Ooh, we could have an ADITL ahhh spin-off thread and then a vote for which thread is the most likely to put you off the Beatles for life.apple02

And we can add in the "#9 Dream" discussion I had with this nutter who failed to believe me when I said Yoko was rewriting history by making herself say the word "John" in the video on the Legends DVD - I had to force them to read the write-up on this site to convince them it was May Pang.

 

18 September 2013
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Yay! I'm getting a new computer at work. I will have a nice big monitor now. IT is setting it up right now.a-hard-days-night-ringo-10

18 September 2013
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Anyone able to suggest foods that can be eaten just after having had a wisdom tooth out. Last time it was a diet of soft cheesy pasta, Srambled eggs, and milk (at times flavoured) but the thought of that again is depressing. I was told cold food like ice-cream but then went searching online and read somewhere to avoid anything too cold and not to use straws when drinking.

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18 September 2013
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meanmistermustard said
Anyone able to suggest foods that can be eaten just after having had a wisdom tooth out. Last time it was a diet of soft cheesy pasta, Srambled eggs, and milk (at times flavoured) but the thought of that again is depressing. I was told cold food like ice-cream but then went searching online and read somewhere to avoid anything too cold and not to use straws when drinking.

Haha - that all sounds tasty to me :)

Sorry, no great suggestions - but hope it is all healed up super quick.

 

19 September 2013
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Paul saying Too Many People is a Wings song, before the song starts.

"And in the End the Love you take is equal to the Love you make"
"When I was a robber *Piano Chord* in Boston Place"
"Let's hope this turns out pretty darn good huh"
"Pete may be the best, but Ringo is the star"
Paul:"Don't be nervous John"
John:"I 'm not"
19 September 2013
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I know it's not quite the same thing but when I had minor surgery on my tongue/mouth/jaw, I had a lot of soup, semi-melted ice-cream, fruit/veg smoothies, soft sandwiches (thinly sliced bread with cream cheese, for example), and pureed food (like what you'd do for a toddler). Not the best diet, I know, but I didn't have to stick to it for too long. Just remember to be cautious when eating anything.

''We're just knocked out. We heard about the sell out. You gotta get an album out, you owe it to the people. We're so happy we can hardly count.''

19 September 2013
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Thanks folks for the the replies and food ideas. I doubt it that's different Emily, certainly the food we are too ear.

It was horrible, nowhere as smooth as the first extraction, thankfully its over.

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19 September 2013
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cbatcu said
Just thought I would share with all of you wonderful people the announcement I wrote for our library association newsletter about my committee's upcoming workshop. I hope you enjoy it.

Bee Informed : Taking the Sting Out of RDA

The time for sticking your head in the sand and pretending that RDA (Resource Description and Access) won’t come to pass was yesterday. The national RDA committee took a long and winding road and ended up with a new set of cataloging rules we in library technical-services land must follow. Are you crying HELP! yet? With a little help from your friends in the OLA Technical Services Roundtable (TSRT), you can learn about these new rules and how to apply them to a variety of formats. We Can Work It Out and help you carry that load of learning the new ropes. Though $60 for OLA members and $120 for non-members can’t buy you love, it can buy you a day of practical, hands-on experience learning how to use the RDA rules.

We will all come together on October 25, 2013 at the Northwest Library (5600 NW 122nd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73142) for this event. Pauline Rodriguez-Atkins, our lively, informative instructor and group work coordinator for the day and her small-group assistants, won’t leave you feeling like you’ve been through a hard day’s night.  From the time we say hello at 9:00 am for registration until we say goodbye at 3:30 pm, we will be covering this goal and its objectives:

Please, please me by registering for the workshop by October 19th. Here are links to the official flyer and the online registration form:

Flyer: http://okla.affiniscape.com/as....._flyer.pdf

Online registration: https://m360.oklibs.org/admin/forms/ViewForm.aspx?id=49490

by Cathy and…

*All credit due to the song writing team of Lennon-McCartney for the inspiration and song titles used in the making of this announcement.

The announcement was just officially published. Here's how my fellow librarians reacted:

"Hey, new Beatles fan, you did have fun with this, didn't you?"

"I was reading the TSRT message Kay sent today, and I thought "Surely Cathy wrote this!" and then of course I saw that you had. I'm looking forward to the workshop, see you in a month or so!"

"Love it, I'm howling at your cleverness and telling my workmates about your crush.  I love it!  Thank you for including me in this fun adventure."

Happiness :-) heart

19 September 2013
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^ Nice one - love it when you are allowed to have a sense of humour at work.

20 September 2013
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I kept waking up all night with "when the June light turns to moonlight" running through my head. I can't even think of the rest of the song. I'll go look it up.

20 September 2013
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In the 'Real Love' video, as they're walking into Paul's studio George pulls something out from under his coat, then puts it back again. Watched this dozens of times & can't figure out what the hell it IS.Won't you please, please help me?

....ya won't be interferin' wit the basic rugged concept o' me personality would ya madam?
20 September 2013
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This thread has grown by 7 pages since August 25. Viva la conversation!

From "Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except For Me And My Monkey":

"Your inside is out when your outside is in
Your outside is in when your inside is out"

And you do the Hokey Pokey and you turn yourself around. That's what it's all about.

20 September 2013
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walrusgumboot said
In the 'Real Love' video, as they're walking into Paul's studio George pulls something out from under his coat, then puts it back again. Watched this dozens of times & can't figure out what the hell it IS.Won't you please, please help me?

 

A kette or saucepan? Some kind of cooking thing it looks like to me.

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20 September 2013
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cbatcu said
I kept waking up all night with "when the June light turns to moon light" running through my head. I can't even think of the rest of the song. I'll go look it up.

I'll be on my way....

Lovely song apple01

 

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21 September 2013
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walrusgumboot said
In the 'Real Love' video, as they're walking into Paul's studio George pulls something out from under his coat, then puts it back again. Watched this dozens of times & can't figure out what the hell it IS.Won't you please, please help me?

Maybe one of the dozens of ukeleles he was said to conceal about his person in his latter days?

 

21 September 2013
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Each committee of our library association makes themed "baskets" each year that we put up for auction during our yearly conference. All the proceeds from the auction go towards scholarships for students in library science programs in our state. This year's conference theme is "Ring True". So I thought about one of my groups (I'm in 2) doing a "RING-o" or "RING-o and Friends" themed basket. What would you suggest we put in the basket?

21 September 2013
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cbatcu said
Each committee of our library association makes themed "baskets" each year that we put up for auction during our yearly conference. All the proceeds from the auction go towards scholarships for students in library science programs in our state. This year's conference theme is "Ring True". So I thought about one of my groups (I'm in 2) doing a "RING-o" or "RING-o and Friends" themed basket. What would you suggest we put in the basket?

Photographs :)

 

22 September 2013
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Good luck with your wisdom tooth op. meanmistermustard  - is that tomorrow?

Hope it's way more uneventful than the last time.

Thank you for the kind remembrance. I think I posted the wrong details last time as its the 19th of September at 10am. I am not looking forward to it for two reasons a) the noises as they remove the tooth (hearing them crack the tooth is horrific and they wont allow ipods on otherwise i'd be listening to that) and b) the recovery (before the last time almost everyone I know who has had a wisdom removed kept saying "yeah its no problem, it was fine for me, eating after a few hours" etc yet afterwards they all were telling me the issues they had). Now I know better.ahdn_paul_01a-hard-days-night-ringo-14

 

 

How are you doing, meanmistermustard?

When I had all 4 of my wisdom teeth pulled at one time, the dentist gave me some pain pills. After taking the first dose, I remember hitting the carpet in the hallway then nothing after that for 2 days. I'm not sure if I even ate during those days. I'm just glad I was at home so my mom could take care of me.

22 September 2013
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cbatcu said
This thread has grown by 7 pages since August 25. Viva la conversation!

From "Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except For Me And My Monkey":

"Your inside is out when your outside is in
Your outside is in when your inside is out"

And you do the Hokey Pokey and you turn yourself around. That's what it's all about.

So - do we have a page limit for threads before the web server does a crash and burn?  :)

 

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