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Postby xoNoDoubt69 » 12/22/2007, 8:45 am

ask and ye shall receive!!
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Postby Soozy » 12/22/2007, 9:48 am

Christine is the best! She's going to adopt me so I can move to Canada forever.

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Open your eyes to nights and days, you close them up and float away
and somehow inbetween you've got to master lying to yourself
you back the cause, get out of school, you get a job, the job gets you
and somehow every day you end up serving somebody else
now if that ain't panic that you're feeling, then you damn well better start
you can drive it into that head of yours with the hammer in your heart.


And it's alriiiiiiiight now, take the world and make it yours again.
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Postby Lando » 12/22/2007, 5:41 pm

haha crusty has her own thread woo!
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Postby Dr. Hobo » 12/24/2007, 8:07 am

hi crusty!
go fuck yourself.
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Postby Lando » 12/24/2007, 8:47 pm

and she doesn't even care
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Postby Lando » 1/9/2008, 10:41 am

Because she can't get on the CM I've been informed.

It's broken for her.

She says hi to everyone though. I believe her exact wording was: "Say hi to all"

so hi from crusty to you all!
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Postby crustine » 1/9/2008, 11:21 am

*makes a typical crusty entrance*
Hi everyone. so good of you to stop by. Can i whip up some cookies and foccacia so that we have something to keep us going through our long conversations :)
Ask Susie this i will provide and maybe even a little bit of jammin if you are keen.

I feel so honoured to have my own thread. I am all warm and fuzzodily
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Postby crustine » 1/9/2008, 11:22 am

oh and thanks lando for setting the thread straight and me too letting me know my link was messed not the CM
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Postby myownsatellite » 1/9/2008, 12:55 pm

Hehe silly Christine, trix are for kids!
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Postby crustine » 1/9/2008, 8:13 pm

yumm trix.
btw the cookies are pecan mini chocolate kiss - made them for the movie last night.
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Postby myownsatellite » 1/9/2008, 8:46 pm

I'm jealous!
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Postby Johnny » 1/9/2008, 10:41 pm

Professional Canadian.
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Postby crustine » 1/10/2008, 8:13 am

thanks for that Doc. Perhaps i will have to make haussinfeffer out of dat rascally rabbit.

Meg the cookies are for all - dig in!!

Gotta make this place all nice and homey for my hommies :D

I think I would like to start theme days, not like dress up, but rather i will answer questions on certain topics that you are all interested in knowing more about. This of course is by no means anything like our dear Landos thread.

Today it is knitting. ask me a question or if you are a novice, I i can teach you how. Yes my friends right here in my cm living room you can eat cookies and learn yourself how to knit.
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Postby Kicker774 » 1/10/2008, 9:16 am

What is the best way to get knitting needles past airport secuirity?
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Postby saman » 1/10/2008, 12:49 pm

put them in your checked luggage and take a book with you instead?
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Postby crustine » 1/10/2008, 1:32 pm

poke the security with them and run.

some people are easing up slightly on this rule, last i heard. After all the granny bunch are a force ti be reckoned with.

Take your crocheting on the plane and your knitting on carry on.

some info from the net
Crochet hooks and knitting needles are allowed on airplanes according to the TSA guidelines. But keep in mind that any TSA agent can overrule at the airport based on the immediate circumstances. It's a good idea to take some waste yarn, a self-addressed padded envelope (so you can mail the needles to yourself), and extra needles in your luggage just in case the agent on duty doesn't let them through.

Also, the TSA guidelines pertain to US travel only. International carriers have their own rules.

With that, I've flown on domestic airlines recently and haven't had any problems with knitting needles or crochet hooks.

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Knitting Needles, Needlepoint & Sewing

Knitting needles are permitted in your carry-on baggage or checked baggage. However, security officers have the authority to determine if an item could be used as a weapon and may not allow these items to pass through security. To avoid this from happening, bring circular knitting needles made of bamboo or plastic and blunt scissors. In any event, be sure to carry a crochet hook with yarn to save the work you have already done in case your knitting tools are surrendered at the checkpoint

Most of the items needed to pursue a needlepoint project are permitted in your carry-on baggage or checked baggage with the exception of circular thread cutters or any cutter with a blade contained inside. These items must go in your checked baggage.


kicker i didnt know you were an avid knitter.
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Postby Kicker774 » 1/10/2008, 1:51 pm

I just was curious what the rules were in case I did take up knitting.

Looks too complicated to me. I'll just stick with the book idea.
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Postby crustine » 1/10/2008, 10:42 pm

ahh you can be brave. not that complicated. just dont look creepy and wield them in a threatening manner.
put on your fresh baked cookie scent and you are golden
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Postby crustine » 1/12/2008, 9:26 pm

tomorrow questions about toothbrushes will be answered
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Postby crustine » 1/14/2008, 12:11 pm

okay apparently you all have the best oral hygiene around

this is my own thread and if the love is not going to flow inward, i will make it flow outward.

let me start with my first interaction (definitely not first memory of) with the CM. I was looking for a recording of Massey Hall (I didn't know the hub existed) That was back in the day when the hub was pretty much active all day and night. People lived on there and had it running at all times. How times have changed. If and when OLP tour or start talking about a new disk it will rejuvenate. I wonder who will be there, will the old stones of OLP still be there or will they make room for a new generation of fans?

sorry i digress.

anyway back to the story. There was one fellow who was more than willing to go out of his way to help me get the recording of Massey direct from his computer thereby bypassing the hub. it was great to have such help. it was because of this that i decided to make a post on the cm. Trying to keep up with the insatiable posting of some people was near impossible, and i jumped in landing on many peoples toes. At that time I was unaware of the hierarchical system that existed on the cm. my dry wit as newbie was seen as insulting and taken personally, I persevered and managed to straighten out that I was not insulting anyone but rather trying to be funny. i often fall flat when i try to be funny - good think i have plenty of padding :P

I did get my copy of Massey Hall and made all the people I was with at the show incredibly happy that Christmas with their own copy complete with pictures from our experience. Funny thing is we were about 4 people behind the cm crew in the line up.
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