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    Dragon needs a new alarm clock

    Dragon overslept today and I just couldn't let it go....

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    Oh, man -- that's too cool! I am so happy that none of my co-workers slacks here
    Batter up!

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    Forums Administrator & Gallery Moderator NHPlanner's avatar
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    When do we get to see the reaction shot?
    "Growth is inevitable and desirable, but destruction of community character is not. The question is not whether your part of the world is going to change. The question is how." -- Edward T. McMahon, The Conservation Fund

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    Cyburbian Dragon's avatar
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    Ahhhh crap!!! As if I wasn’t kicking myself in the butt for oversleeping already.
    “Ahh! Beer. So many choices. And it makes so little difference."
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    Shouldn't you be working to make up for being late instead of slacking?

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    Cmon, man, this is Mississippi, don't people take their time and come in whenever they get around to it.

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    Cyburbian Dragon's avatar
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    Quote Originally posted by Tranplanner
    Shouldn't you be working to make up for being late instead of slacking?
    You would think so, but I just don't feel up to it.

    Quote Originally posted by Seabishop
    Cmon, man, this is Mississippi, don't people take their time and come in whenever they get around to it.
    That is the way it usually works, but we had doughnuts this morning, never will I forgive myself or my alarm clock. :-P
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    Cyburbian Floridays's avatar
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    Here's whatcha need:
    wakey wakey

    For the "hearing challenged: There is a test button on the unit to explore which combination of flashing lights, shaking bed or loud pulsating audio alarm [/U] will work best for you.

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    Quote Originally posted by Floridays
    Here's whatcha need:
    wakey wakey

    For the "hearing challenged: There is a test button on the unit to explore which combination of flashing lights, shaking bed or loud pulsating audio alarm [/U] will work best for you.
    Now that's a freakin' alarm clock!! I would never need that; the radio alarm works for me.

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    Crossing over from the Monty Python Thread
    one way to wake up is "The Fish Slapping Dance"

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    You should have put this under his desk as punishment

    A guy once told me, "Do not have any attachments, do not have anything in your life you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you spot the heat around the corner."


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