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  • So super sorry about that egor. Yes it did help I am still not amazing at it, but I am trying harder. So, how have you been since we last talked?
    Haha, sorry for the pictures then! :) But thank you for the compliments. Unfortunately, i'm a born northerner and have never even had sweet potato pie! Sorry i can't help you out in that area!
    I'm doing eh right now. Going through a bit of a rough spot, i've been better. Thank you for asking !
    Pretty good, Just got back to school from Spring break, about to start another Quarter. How about yourself?
    Not so bad really. Life in Arizona has been calm! I still see you around a lot! You and zipperless have got welcoming so well done that I always feel like there is no real reason for me to chime in! Hehe. It's a good thing though, you guys do it so well.
    That would make sense that they're in the Pacific NW. Probably no such animal (?) in the desert SW
    I just saw you posted on my wall yesterday. Haven't cooked anything out of the ordinary. I cooked hamburgers on the grill last weekend and my wife made a delicious Swedish Meatballs dish! How about you?
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    Yes, and thank you Tom...I've been doing physical therapy for cervical and thoracic spine...I have multiple spinal-stenosis, and a few foraminal-stenosis too, along with issues with the scapular subluxation... and yes this clay...concrete in the summer, hard-grease, or muck in the rainy seasons... I really don't like it, but what can I do...? Oh, the cervical traction they do on me is a pneumatic device that you lie down in...you probably won't be hanging by your ears for your wife to give you the piñata treatment...BTW, I hope that means she is home, and well on the mend by now! ...did I miss a memo?? -Marka
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    Oh, West Hollywood for my CA experience... though it may not surprise you now :biggrin: -Marka
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    I am sorry for your bad experience...I had some moments...but over-all a very rewarding cultural experience...above Seattle...
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    I do understand that...it may perplex you to know though...I was a bit of a hay-seed from a rural area myself...though 14-years since I was able to enjoy PDX...perhaps it's gotten that much worse...it was to me, a small community of a big city.... Oh, did a bit of PSU vocational myself... No judgments against you Tom! It was a good experience for me...
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    portland not weird?
    have either of you two ever been to "The Embers Avenue".. 110 NW Broadway (an old stomping ground of mine)
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    Hey Tom! Well then...Portland should be but a bit of cheesecake for you then...not so weird?? -Marka
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    egor, you've been a great sport and a terrific greeter...I'm sorry we haven't had the time to talk much lately...good job with School-House-Rocks ADISC! -Marka p.s. Portland isn't that weird...have you not been to LA? :smile1:
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