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Hummingbird (off-topc, but too kewl not to share)

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I have hundreds of hummingbirds at my house (I live in Mexico) and they are such beautiful birds. So many that they actually land... and you can see all of their beautiful details. Oddly, they have no fear of humans and often land right next to you.

It just adds to the beauty of where I live... which is hundreds of miles away from the drug violence.. in the best climate and beauty (in my opinion) in the world... on Mexico's largest lake. (Lake Chapala)

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Xeno,

you are incorrigible to the extent of being Sisyphean.  ;)  But I still love you.  :)

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Are you suggesting that I would stoop so low as to tug at women's heart strings with a cute young man taking care of a defenseless hummingbird in the same way that I have used Southern Comfort as a "Panty-Remover?"

Never mindÂ… I forgot how well you know me! <g>

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What the hell does this have to do with headaches?

HAHA

Too cute.

Thanks for the smile :)

Dan

ps I wanna come fishing Xeno!

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Awhhhh...such a sweet video.

What the hell does this have to do with headaches?

HAHA

I know this can be a CH trigger for many

Southern Comfort 
and I believe  that for some CHer's the activity following this

"Panty-Remover?"
can be a trigger, too. 

;)

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Awhhhh...such a sweet video.

What the hell does this have to do with headaches?

HAHA

I know this can be a CH trigger for many

Southern Comfort 
and I believe  that for some CHer's the activity following this

"Panty-Remover?"
can be a trigger, too. 

;)

Sorry about blowing your cover Xeno.   ;D

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It has absolutely nothing to do with headaches.

I was just indulging in my adolescent Playboy behavior which has always been a front for my own insecurities.

(With surprisingly incredible results!)  <g>

But, being new & old to the board... trying to spark some life into the old-timers here and introduce myself to the newcomers... in a less offensive manner that the old Board.

(I take full responsibility for my comments and actions... then, but might not be able to live up to my claims back then!)

First and foremost, I love everybody here. I know the Hell that binds us together.

The only silver lining to this disease is the incredible number of really, really great people this disease affects who I have had the opportunity to meet and know.

We truly suffer from the "good people's disease."

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We truly suffer from the "good people's disease."

I'd like to add "intelligent people's disease" too.  As you once said Xeno, "I'd love to start a business and hire nothing but clusterheads."  I think it would have to be a success.

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Being afflicted by the "Good people's disease" is a very nice thing to say.

I can live with that.

Bob...would your place to employ said Clusterheads provide  oxygen and a shroom-room? Tea anyone?

Sign me up. You and I can be the bosses ;)

Dan

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