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Old Aug 28, 2010, 06:12 PM   #481
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Today was a wonderful day for me. I was out block walking with for local candidates and even made the news.

I really enjoyed the people I met on my block walk and met some really nice people and learned a lot from listening to what they had to say.

Many of our local democrats are banging on the drum for autism. Good on them!
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Campaigning and watching a free movie at the best hotel in town tonight!
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"Pbuttword Harvesting - Is deploying many of several different methods of collecting pbuttwords. While the typical (and easiest) social engineering attempt would be to gain trust and just ask for the pbuttword. Many methods are used to gain pbuttword information. Trojan Horses are often slipped in to collect pbuttwords. Additionally, sniffing a network segment can often provide pbuttword info."
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Chicago has finally cooled off a bit and we've had our windows open for the last day or two. Fall, I have missed you so!

My boyfriend is now a main writer on a quasi-famous movie website. He only found out this week so his work isn't up yet, but this is quite a big deal for him. This is something he wants to pursue as a career so this will look absolutely fantastic on a resume. We're all very proud!

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"Pbuttword Harvesting - Is deploying many of several different methods of collecting pbuttwords. While the typical (and easiest) social engineering attempt would be to gain trust and just ask for the pbuttword. Many methods are used to gain pbuttword information. Trojan Horses are often slipped in to collect pbuttwords. Additionally, sniffing a network segment can often provide pbuttword info."

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Funny autocensors. Someone autoreplaced "ass" with "butt" and they messed up the regex (e.g. you've probably used wildcards, thats a regex). So "password" became "pbuttword." Other examples are the "Buttociated Press" and "Conbreastitution" and "buttbuttination." I also got this:

"If instead of going towards the ice, the breastantic went a different way, it might still be around."

But it was on some dull political article.

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Has anyone tried Nutella yet? OH MY is it good, made of skim milk, hazlenuts and cocoa, thinner than peanut butter, not really a nutty flavor, good and chocolatey, put it on plain graham crackers and sprinkled a little cinnamon on it, yummmmm! I bought some english muffins with cinnamon and raisins to try it on, if you need a sweet fix, this is a guilt free pleasure!
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Has anyone tried Nutella yet?
A staple in this household. Have you tried nutella on top of peanut butter? Now THERE's a treat!
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Has anyone tried Nutella yet? OH MY is it good, made of skim milk, hazlenuts and cocoa, thinner than peanut butter, not really a nutty flavor, good and chocolatey, put it on plain graham crackers and sprinkled a little cinnamon on it, yummmmm! I bought some english muffins with cinnamon and raisins to try it on, if you need a sweet fix, this is a guilt free pleasure!
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A staple in this household. Have you tried nutella on top of peanut butter? Now THERE's a treat!
We sell that at Wally World--never tried it myself, tho.
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It's like spreadable nougat, GG!
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And we put this on our toast?
Not being smartass, I really want to know!
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On toast or a cracker or in a cake or eat it with a spoon directly out of the jar. The ways are endless!
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On toast or a cracker or in a cake or eat it with a spoon directly out of the jar. The ways are endless!
I like to make sundaes with vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup over a twinkie.
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And we put this on our toast?
Not being smartass, I really want to know!
They even serve crepes with Nutella, strawberries and more at International House Of Pancakes...... Lot better than reaching for that piece/pieces of chocolate, little fat in skim milk, cocoa is very healthy for you, hazelnuts are also very healthy for you, now I don't know about all that stuff on IHOP's crepe????
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Pastor Steve Stone of Heartsong Ministries in Tennessee who welcomed the Islamic Center with a welcoming banner and open heart, open door and open arms. He has beautifully demonstrated what being a good neighbor is all about!

Good on Steve Stone!
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