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  1. *Waves hand wildly* Ohh I'm from Chicago, for tickets that cheap I'd go in Jan or Feb. It would probably even be worth the commute to a NYC airport from Hartford.
  2. Not particularly. If that kind of thing pissed me off, I wouldn't have a typical british smile as my avatar. Blues, Dave i'll have to look for a picture of a typical fat, sweaty, in thearpy, fake plastic surgery, gung ho redneck, loud, yank to put in mine .... not that you're all like that, just the ones who manage to get themselves a passport and get out of the country
  3. This isn't State control, it is control by ones peers through the courts. When you make it so easy for people to sue then sooner or later your activities will be limited to what the most paranoid amongst us think is safe. All hail the quest for the mighty dollar, by whatever means neccessary. That's so crazy...I can't believe people would sue schools or day care centers for something like that. I feel bad for kids with parents like that, what can these kids do at home? Sit in front of the tv..oh wait, that might cause eye strain. Yes, there should be some boundries, supervision and protection for our children, but this takes it a little too far. Like another poster said, no wonder more kids now are overweight. If you can't fall down and scrape your knee every once in awhile, how are you going to learn to be a productive member of society, relate to others, and learn that's its ok to fall down and get hurt once in awhile and that you need to get back up again??
  4. I'm an only child and I'm extremely competitive. So much so that I've taken an indefinite leave of absence from organized competitions (especially team ones). I'm too competitive for it to be fun for me (and even those around me) lately ...if that makes sense.
  5. I know! When I switched my plates it took me about 4 hours! Such a hassle.
  6. Agreed, 100% IMO, that's the best way to do it.
  7. I'll play this week... :0:0 No jumps this weekend...Sat. was rainy on and off, but I had to work anyway in the morning then the afternoon was spent moving into my new condo. Sunday was beautiful but had to work again, then did some RW with my BFs family (the pool felt so nice!), then unpacked a little at the condo.
  8. My thoughts and prayers go out to all her friends, family, loved ones. I did not know her, but I am deeply saddend at her passing since she was someone who touched so many lives in a positive way.
  9. Eeep, I'm going to get mine pulled this Friday...I'm so not looking forward to it! I know that the doctor gave me something, but I'm not sure if its just anti-inflammatory stuff or pain killers? I wonder if I'll get that Friday? Or do I get nothin', maybe I won't need it? In a way I can't wait, b/c my left side is bugging me so bad! But at the same time, the thought of them pulling all four of them makes me a wee bit nervous! My boyfriend is such a sweetie though, he's taking the day off work (half a day def, whole day if I need it) to make sure I'm ok...
  10. Hurray Chicago Sirens, I hope to safely say I'm an expert cuz that was my old team, sniff...They are amazing
  11. OOhh, thanks for the info...If any one in New England is looking for a 4th or interested in just competeing at the meets, let me know. Last year I competed in the MWSL before I moved here flying OC...
  12. Hey, I live in Manchester, CT (outside of Hartford but northeastish of the city). If you'd ever like to carpool up to Jumptown, let me know!
  13. Not when I was there at the end of Feb! Granted, they weren't picture perfect days, but they were jumpable none-the-less and no one was around...
  14. Year : 1999-2000 1. Who was your best friend? Tracy and Marianne 2. What sports did you play? Varsity cross country, swimming, track, softball... 3. What kind of car did you drive? 1989 Mustang 4. It's Friday night, where were you? Probably with my boyfriend...Maybe a girls night...I did a lot of things... 5. Were you a party animal? Sort of? 6. Were you in the "In Crowd"? 7. Ever skip school? I may have, I don't really recall... 8. Ever smoke? Tried it, didn't like it. 9. Were you a nerd? No, I was naturally smart 10. Did you get suspended/expelled? Not in highschool. 11. Can you sing the Alma Mater? school song? No, I don't remember if we even had one. 12. Who was your favorite teacher? Mr. Weber, graphics design
  15. If PD sends me my canopy back in time for this weekend (which they said I should have it for) I'd love to! I'm in Manchester, its close to Hartford...