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FSteinCPA (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
You know it's going to be a bad day when you start off by falling on your arse in the shower.

And no offense, but I only thought old people fell in the shower.

Ok Ok, yes, according to the children, I too am an ancient one at the ripe old age of 41.

Let's see if it gets better.

FSteinCPA

PS I like the 3 tilde thingiemabob

Tdoyle (talk|edits) said:

February 2, 2007
Ouch! Are you ok FStein??

- Tim Doyle, TaxAlmanac Moderator - Talk to me 11:12, 2 February 2007 (CST)

Yogafan00 (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
FStein, with all due respect, you should try Yoga 3 times p. week.

MsTwizz (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
Hey! I'm 43 and still not a CPA yet! In the IRS's eyes I'm still a child!

Bottom Line (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
Yoga!? Who has time for that? I barely have time to eat. (Of course lack of yoga may be why I'm stressed. :) )

Waynecpa (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
You know it's a good day when you go to a Chamber of Commerce meeting in the middle of a very busy day because you were elected to Treasurer and want to support them and you use your last dollar in your pocket to buy 1 door prize raffle ticket and win three days and two nights at a resort location! Happened to me yesterday - I guess I don't have to think about buying anything for Valentine's day for my wife. Looking forward to May...

Bottom Line (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
Congratulations!

WesR (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
Hi every day is a good day when your 18 year old son calls home at suppertime wednesday night to say he was hit broadside in the car (unfortunately his fault no speeding , drinking etc just not a good decision pulling out into a four lane undivided highway)and everyone is OK. bye

EKelley737 (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
You would be surprised how many people slip and fall in the shower, young and old. I have been told it is number one in home accidents. I even had a client die from a slip and fall in the shower. The day you fell in the shower and was unharmed is a good day!

Taxguy1024 (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
Good for you, MsTwizz......I didn't take the exam until I was 40...and didn't have an accounting degree until I was 43.......

Sandysea (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
Hell...every day I wake up horizontal or is that vertical? Is a good day. Every day I think of Superbowl Sunday it is a good day. Every day I can think (this could be Monday) is a good day...ok...and every day I have rum in my frig is a good day too!! hehehe

Death&Taxes (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
It's a good day when JR promises to send me the drink of my choice because I made his fellow debaters half-concede on an issue he loves [Poland Spring Water, or Pineapple Juice]. It was also a good day when I watched Farfel take many steps on her bad leg. Yesterday I took her to the vet fully expecting to do the putting down deed. She could not stand enough to poop, but setting her down outside the car at the Vet, she started to walk on 3.25 legs and then did her business. Vet says that the time is very near, and would have done it yesterday but seeing her try made me tell him 'not today.' Today she was about in the morning, and at her noon trip to the bayside, stood on her weakened legs 2-3 minutes to do her business, trying so much and succeeding. I pushed a fist in the air, yelled 'Good Doggie' and let her enjoy sitting on the cold grass for 30 minutes until both of us were ready to go home. The dog has not given up and when she got home, was not ready to go inside but wanted to sit and bark at the empty street some more. One day at a time, and this one definitely good.

Yogafan00 (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
This should be moved to the chat room...:) :)

Sandysea (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
Doggonit D&T...now you made me cry!! She will keep on keeping on as long as her "master" needs and loves her....she has a personality and a reason for being here...if only for this ONE LAST tax season....I am beginning to get to know her and that is a bad, bad thing...let me know how she does, k?

JR1 (talk|edits) said:

February 2, 2007
Well, D&T, our hearts are with you. Not many worse days than that one that's coming. Enjoy what you have.

Sandysea (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
AND they say accountants are heartless bastards...oops can I say that in a public forum? Sorry Tim...

Tdoyle (talk|edits) said:

February 2, 2007
Sandy:

That's pretty much a community decision. In my opinion, if you were calling someone that in a derogatory manner then it probably wouldn't be appropriate, but I think it's probably fine in the way you used it.


Tim

Kevinh5 (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
Tim, that's because you're not one


 : )

Sandysea (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
I don't think I would call ANYONE that...well maybe my ex husband, but that is for another discussion forum :). Thanks Tim!!

Tdoyle (talk|edits) said:

February 2, 2007
Thank you Kevin.  :-) And you're welcome Sandy.

Kevin: Looks like you stumbled across another formatting "feature" here. If you begin a line with a colon ":", the line will be indented. I see you fixed it though.

- Tim Doyle, TaxAlmanac Moderator - Talk to me 16:41, 2 February 2007 (CST)

Michaelstar (talk|edits) said:

2 February 2007
D&T - I'm feeling for you buddy. Your right - one day at a time.

Genskitty (talk|edits) said:

April 7, 2009
D&T I just found out about your little one. It made me tear up. She is/was definately a fighter.

Death&Taxes (talk|edits) said:

7 April 2009
Gen: I have a new doggie, Watson, who is also half Old English but the other half is Otterhound, and he has the tendencies of both breeds.....sniffs and tracks like wild, but also nudges and pushes you about the house when he wants something. He is a rescued dog, having been turned over by Philadelphia police to a shelter last year after they shut down a crack house.

Sometime after the deadline I will post a photo on my profile .... Farfel is there now.

Genskitty (talk|edits) said:

April 7, 2009
DT: I can't wait to see your new doggie. I am a big animal lover myself. My house when I was growing up could've been considered a small size zoo.

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