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kimber8ada last won the day on April 29 2020

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About kimber8ada

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    Falmouth, Kentucky, USA
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    Reading, needlework,
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    The Great Game
  • Favourite Series 2 Episode
    The Reichenbach Fall
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    The Empty Hearse

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  1. I've read the Inspector Gamache series by Louise Penny. They are all good. I'm about two books behind, I think, so I better call the library and reserve them for pick up.
  2. I'm with Caya on this. No one is any more mean or petty than Trump. I'm not worried about Biden's health. He's not much older than Trump and has shown he's more physically fit. Any issues with his mental ability is mostly spread by Trump and his supporters. He misspeaks but so does everyone occasionally. He has dealt with a stutter his entire life and sometimes searches for words whereas Trump runs off at the mouth voicing whatever ridiculous thing pops into his mind. From what I've seen Trump isn't well liked or respected by our allies, many of which he's alienated. Biden has apparently good relationships with other countries and was in charge of several important deals as vice-president. I have confidence that he will handle the pandemic much better than the present administration. Sorry for the rant but I fell Trump has been a disaster for our country and cannot fathom, and don't want to, what will happen if he is re-elected.
  3. I was thinking of John Hillerman also. I remember being surprised to learn that the proper British major domo on "Magnum, P. I." was actually a Texan!
  4. As an American, I'm embarrassed every time he opens his mouth. And he just seems to be getting worse, saying some of the most bizarre things more and more frequently. I'm hoping that we come to our senses and vote him out in November.
  5. Irene may challenge Sherlock but he could never really trust her. She did nothing but manipulate, lie to and belittle him until he unlocked her phone and she lost her leverage. Then she turned on the tears and played the poor me card. And don't forget Molly has struck Sherlock, repeatedly, and called him on his crap more than once. She was also the one he conjured up when he was shot to help him save his life. But I have to agree that it will never happen, with either one.
  6. I love musicals but West Side Story has never been one of my favorites, but it's better than either Camelot or South Pacific which are two of my sister's favorites.
  7. I'm still on!y getting a few calls a week, maybe two or three. The last one a few days ago was about Medicare supplement plans. I made the mistake of answering that one because I was expecting a return call from someone. I don't usually pick up on numbers I don't recognize feeling that if it's legitimate or important they'll leave a message. Of course when I told the caller that I wasn't interested she didn't respond at all, she just hung up without even saying thank you for your time. At least she didn't continue her spiel which I find equally annoying, like if they just keep pushing I'll change my mind.
  8. More p!aces around here are opening. My niece has a zoo membership and is taking her two daughters there on Tuesday. She had to make a reservation, pick a day and time, only outdoor exhibits are open, no carousel or train rides. Her three year old asked if I was going but for now it's only open to members.
  9. Looking forward to this. I've seen him as the creature. My niece and I saw it in the theater a few years back.
  10. I've often wondered what would happen if no one showed up, but I realized that would leave only his supporting media to be there and that might be even worse!
  11. I never wanted to be an only child. My father was one of eight, my mother was an only child. They compromised and had five kids lol. I did have a version of the middle child syndrome though. I was not the middle child but I was the middle girl and next to last. So my oldest brother was special for being first, my second brother was outgoing so everyone liked him, my older sister was the first girl and my younger sister was the baby. So I had my moments of self pity and not feeling special. Most of this was in my head I realize now but sometimes it was tough. Thank goodness I had an aunt and two uncle's who I stayed with in the summer and gave me extra attention. Not that my parents weren't great, but with five kids, my dad having a job where he was on the road two hours a day traveling to and from, plus living on a dairy farm there wasn't a lit of time for extras. But I was close to both my parents and lost them when they were relatively young. Looking back I had a terrific childhood and am still close to my siblings. I often wondered how only children handled not having that comradery growing up.
  12. I saw a reporter interviewed and he said it's their job to cover the briefings. No matter how outlandish Trump behaves he is the president and the briefings are important for the info from the experts about the virus. Even when Trump lashes out as he did with this person recently they have to "keep a straight face" and be professional.
  13. Mine disappeared for a few weeks but are starting up again now.
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