January 24th, 2002

scotto monkeypulse

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Never know how much I love you, never know how much I care
When you put your arms around me, I get a fever that's so hard to bear
You give me fever - when you kiss me, fever when you hold me tight
Fever - in the the morning, fever all through the night

Sun lights up the daytime, moon lights up the night
I light up when you call my name, and you know I'm gonna treat you right
You give me fever - when you kiss me, fever when you hold me tight
Fever - in the the morning, fever all through the night
Everybody's got the fever, that is something you all know
Fever isn't such a new thing, fever started long ago

Romeo loved Juliet, Juliet she felt the same
When he put his arms around her, he said "Julie baby you're my flame"
Thou givest fever, when we kisseth, fever with thy flaming youth
Fever - I'm afire, fever yea I burn forsooth

Captain Smith and Pocahontas had a very mad affair
When her Daddy tried to kill him, she said "Daddy-O don't you dare"
Give me fever - with his kisses, fever when he holds me tight
Fever - I'm his Missus, Oh daddy won't you treat him right

Now you've listened to my story, here's the point I have made:
Chicks were born to give you fever, be it Fahrenheit or Centigrade
They give you fever - when you kiss them, fever if you live and learn
Fever - till you sizzle, what a lovely way to burn
What a lovely way to burn
What a lovely way to burn
  • Current Music
    Fever - Peggy Lee
silly

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Poll #17112 the fashion catalog

What colors are you wearing today?

Red
0(0.0%)
Orange
0(0.0%)
Yellow
0(0.0%)
Green
0(0.0%)
Blue
1(2.4%)
Purple
0(0.0%)
White
0(0.0%)
Black
2(4.8%)
Tan
0(0.0%)
Earth tones
0(0.0%)
Pastels
0(0.0%)
Bright Colors
0(0.0%)
I'm Naked!
3(7.1%)
Silver
0(0.0%)
Gold
0(0.0%)
stripes
1(2.4%)
dots
0(0.0%)
checks
0(0.0%)
plaid
0(0.0%)
swirls / paisley?
0(0.0%)

something I forgot?

If you're so inclined, describe your outfit here, or in the comments?

  • Current Music
    Newtie mers... music to my ears
travels - where the road leads

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This is one of my favorite parts of the path I walk on around the airport... lots of shade trees, and low traffic in the morning, and it feels very peaceful. Sort of funny are the miniature roadsigns. I was (still am, to a lesser degree) in a silly mood, and had a nice meander around the air-park. There were a couple roller-mommies out there today. ladies on rollerblades, pushing strollers on bike-tire tripods for the kiddies to cruise in. Thos things are neat! I hope to get a picture of one soon. (they move at a good clip compared to my speed-walking... easier to see them coming... hard to stop one and ask permission though. I didn't feel too bad aobut taking the guy's picture below as it was a parting shot and not really the focal point. I'm going to have to start remembering sunglasses and the ball-cap for walkies again... the sun was strong today.

Work today is being a chore. Fortunately Dexter the puppy is here to make things more fun... pic of him when I get home. Duty calls, I have to make this Broward county data filter by 5. nothing like waiting until the last minute.
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  • Current Music
    mentally - 60's Spiderman Cartoon theme
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scotto monkeypulse

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Taken a look at House Resolution 3598 lately? Enter "HR3598" in the search box and read on:
It is the obligation of every male citizen of the United States, and every other male person residing in the United States, who is between the ages of 18 and 22 to receive basic military training and education as a member of the armed forces unless the citizen or person is exempted under the provisions of this Act.