OT guide to inner peace

OT guide to inner peace

Post by Calif Bil » Tue, 05 Feb 2002 03:50:16


I am passing this on to you ------- It is definitely
  working for me. I think I have found inner peace.

  I read an article that said the way to achieve inner
  peace is to finish things I had started. Today I
  finished two bags of potato chips, a chocolate pie,
  a bottle of wine and a small box of chocolate candy.
  I feel better already.

Bill

 
 
 

OT guide to inner peace

Post by Harry Kraus » Tue, 05 Feb 2002 03:54:12

Quote:

> I am passing this on to you ------- It is definitely
>   working for me. I think I have found inner peace.

>   I read an article that said the way to achieve inner
>   peace is to finish things I had started. Today I
>   finished two bags of potato chips, a chocolate pie,
>   a bottle of wine and a small box of chocolate candy.
>   I feel better already.

> Bill

I second that idea.

--
Harry Krause
- -
There is nothing fairer than workmen having unions for their mutual
benefit. - Will Rogers

 
 
 

OT guide to inner peace

Post by Don Whit » Tue, 05 Feb 2002 05:39:57

mmmmmmmm...chocolate candy!
Quote:

> I am passing this on to you ------- It is definitely
>   working for me. I think I have found inner peace.

>   I read an article that said the way to achieve inner
>   peace is to finish things I had started. Today I
>   finished two bags of potato chips, a chocolate pie,
>   a bottle of wine and a small box of chocolate candy.
>   I feel better already.

> Bill


 
 
 

OT guide to inner peace

Post by Butch Amm » Tue, 05 Feb 2002 06:22:31

Quote:
>mmmmmmmm...chocolate candy!


>> I am passing this on to you ------- It is definitely
>>   working for me. I think I have found inner peace.

>>   I read an article that said the way to achieve inner
>>   peace is to finish things I had started. Today I
>>   finished two bags of potato chips, a chocolate pie,
>>   a bottle of wine and a small box of chocolate candy.
>>   I feel better already.

>> Bill

No Fair!!!  I went out and jogged two miles this afternoon!  I drank a slim
fast today too (yuk!).  I hate hitting this middle-age plateau where I can't
shed weight.  And you guys had nerve talk about chips, pies, and candy!    
....For shame!

Butch Ammon
Click here to goto my homepage:
http://members.aol.com/ammonc/butch.html

 
 
 

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Post by Calif Bil » Tue, 05 Feb 2002 08:18:31

It's Super Bowl Sunday.  Junk food rules.
Bill


Quote:
>>mmmmmmmm...chocolate candy!


>>> I am passing this on to you ------- It is definitely
>>>   working for me. I think I have found inner peace.

>>>   I read an article that said the way to achieve inner
>>>   peace is to finish things I had started. Today I
>>>   finished two bags of potato chips, a chocolate pie,
>>>   a bottle of wine and a small box of chocolate candy.
>>>   I feel better already.

>>> Bill

>No Fair!!!  I went out and jogged two miles this afternoon!  I drank a slim
>fast today too (yuk!).  I hate hitting this middle-age plateau where I
can't
>shed weight.  And you guys had nerve talk about chips, pies, and candy!
>....For shame!

>Butch Ammon
>Click here to goto my homepage:
>http://members.aol.com/ammonc/butch.html

 
 
 

OT guide to inner peace

Post by Larry W4C » Tue, 05 Feb 2002 08:42:48

Well, at least the calories in the chocolate was neutralized by the
wine....(c;

On Sun, 3 Feb 2002 10:50:16 -0800, "Calif Bill"

Quote:

>I am passing this on to you ------- It is definitely
>  working for me. I think I have found inner peace.

>  I read an article that said the way to achieve inner
>  peace is to finish things I had started. Today I
>  finished two bags of potato chips, a chocolate pie,
>  a bottle of wine and a small box of chocolate candy.
>  I feel better already.

>Bill

Larry W4CSC

 
 
 

OT guide to inner peace

Post by Larry W4C » Tue, 05 Feb 2002 08:44:34

On Sun, 3 Feb 2002 15:18:31 -0800, "Calif Bill"

Quote:

>It's Super Bowl Sunday.  Junk food rules.
>Bill

Can you imagine the pleasure Butch is gonna get from the Superbowl
laying back in his stationary bike chewing on a raw carrot or celery
stick?

Geez, Butch.  How can you LIVE like that??

Fat Larry.....sailboat BALLAST.

Larry W4CSC

 
 
 

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Post by Jim Donohu » Tue, 05 Feb 2002 10:20:07

Why how timely ...I just poured a single malt scotch...I am going back and
make it a double.   Cheers..  Jim


Quote:
> It's Super Bowl Sunday.  Junk food rules.
> Bill



> >>mmmmmmmm...chocolate candy!


> >>> I am passing this on to you ------- It is definitely
> >>>   working for me. I think I have found inner peace.

> >>>   I read an article that said the way to achieve inner
> >>>   peace is to finish things I had started. Today I
> >>>   finished two bags of potato chips, a chocolate pie,
> >>>   a bottle of wine and a small box of chocolate candy.
> >>>   I feel better already.

> >>> Bill

> >No Fair!!!  I went out and jogged two miles this afternoon!  I drank a
slim
> >fast today too (yuk!).  I hate hitting this middle-age plateau where I
> can't
> >shed weight.  And you guys had nerve talk about chips, pies, and candy!
> >....For shame!

> >Butch Ammon
> >Click here to goto my homepage:
> >http://members.aol.com/ammonc/butch.html

 
 
 

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Post by MadCow » Tue, 05 Feb 2002 17:47:02

I'm busy snacking my way through the 11 pounds of Himalayan Basmati rice I got
for $10.  Of course, that will take 12 pounds of butter, but summer will be
here soon and I'll be riding my bike around the piers.
 
 
 

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Post by Everyboysmomm » Tue, 05 Feb 2002 22:25:56

And the only thing that would make this work even better would be to consume
that chocolate, chips, wine on the sundeck of the Maxum......***
 
 
 

OT guide to inner peace

Post by Everyboysmomm » Tue, 05 Feb 2002 22:26:36

Whoops...maybe that would make it inner piece...sorry
 
 
 

OT guide to inner peace

Post by Leggeste » Wed, 06 Feb 2002 02:33:34

 STRESS MANAGEMENT

Quote:

> Here is a stress management technique recommended in all the latest
> psychological texts.

> Picture yourself near a stream. Birds are softly chirping in the crisp,
> cool, mountain air. No one knows your secret place. You are in total
> seclusion from that hectic place called "the world."

> The soothing sound of a gentle waterfall fills the air with a cascade
> of serenity. The water is clear.

> Really clear....

> so clear you can easily make out the face of the person you're holding
under the water...

> There now... feeling better?