Someone's having a birthday!

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Happy Birthday Dargo!
I just got a haircut, so what the girl above is doing, would not be possible. I would break my neck too.
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Glad you can celebrate your birthday without having to set your clocks ahead.
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Happy Birthday, Dargo, a Piscean who's most definitely a highly evolved film fan!

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Happy Birthday Dargo!

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Thank you all for these thoughtful birthday greetings! :smiley_cheers:

(...very much appreciated) :smilie_happy_thumbup:
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Happy Birthday Dargo😊

Hope you had a Wonderful day
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And Dargo ain't too bad either.... :smiley_innocent:
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I wish Dargo all good things and many happy returns of the day but I must question the decision to have a Birthday on a day which is twenty-three hours long.

I do not pretend to understand the logic behind it but I am sure that it does not affect how quickly the next one will come.
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:smiley_happy_birthday:

Happy Birthday, Dargo

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Happy Belated Birthday Dargo!
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Masha wrote: March 11th, 2024, 12:44 am I wish Dargo all good things and many happy returns of the day but I must question the decision to have a Birthday on a day which is twenty-three hours long.

I do not pretend to understand the logic behind it but I am sure that it does not affect how quickly the next one will come.
Mr. and Mrs. D live in Arizona where they don't fiddle with clocks.
I was told years ago, "We don't want MORE sunshine."
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jimimac71 wrote: March 14th, 2024, 4:03 pm
Masha wrote: March 11th, 2024, 12:44 am I wish Dargo all good things and many happy returns of the day but I must question the decision to have a Birthday on a day which is twenty-three hours long.

I do not pretend to understand the logic behind it but I am sure that it does not affect how quickly the next one will come.
Mr. and Mrs. D live in Arizona where they don't fiddle with clocks.
I was told years ago, "We don't want MORE sunshine."
I remembered that after I had turned off the computer for the day and was ensconced comfortably in bed. I did for one very brief moment consider getting out of bed, logging in and editing the post. My justification for not doing that was that it would be a cover-up of my having made a mistake and I believe in transparency. There was an automotive issue some time ago in which it seemed that: Dargo believed that I know all things. I do not wish to feed that misperception. Leaving my mistakes in plain view counters that misperception.

It is also that DST is observed where I live. It is true on many levels that where I am is the only place which matters. The faulty timekeeping of the mythical: "Arizona" is not a factor in determining that the day was twenty-three hours only.
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Masha wrote: March 14th, 2024, 4:23 pm
jimimac71 wrote: March 14th, 2024, 4:03 pm
Masha wrote: March 11th, 2024, 12:44 am I wish Dargo all good things and many happy returns of the day but I must question the decision to have a Birthday on a day which is twenty-three hours long.

I do not pretend to understand the logic behind it but I am sure that it does not affect how quickly the next one will come.
Mr. and Mrs. D live in Arizona where they don't fiddle with clocks.
I was told years ago, "We don't want MORE sunshine."
I remembered that after I had turned off the computer for the day and was ensconced comfortably in bed. I did for one very brief moment consider getting out of bed, logging in and editing the post. My justification for not doing that was that it would be a cover-up of my having made a mistake and I believe in transparency. There was an automotive issue some time ago in which it seemed that: Dargo believed that I know all things. I do not wish to feed that misperception. Leaving my mistakes in plain view counters that misperception.

It is also that DST is observed where I live. It is true on many levels that where I am is the only place which matters. The faulty timekeeping of the mythical: "Arizona" is not a factor in determining that the day was twenty-three hours only.
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Masha wrote: March 14th, 2024, 4:23 pm
jimimac71 wrote: March 14th, 2024, 4:03 pm
Masha wrote: March 11th, 2024, 12:44 am I wish Dargo all good things and many happy returns of the day but I must question the decision to have a Birthday on a day which is twenty-three hours long.

I do not pretend to understand the logic behind it but I am sure that it does not affect how quickly the next one will come.
Mr. and Mrs. D live in Arizona where they don't fiddle with clocks.
I was told years ago, "We don't want MORE sunshine."
I remembered that after I had turned off the computer for the day and was ensconced comfortably in bed. I did for one very brief moment consider getting out of bed, logging in and editing the post. My justification for not doing that was that it would be a cover-up of my having made a mistake and I believe in transparency. There was an automotive issue some time ago in which it seemed that: Dargo believed that I know all things. I do not wish to feed that misperception. Leaving my mistakes in plain view counters that misperception.

It is also that DST is observed where I live. It is true on many levels that where I am is the only place which matters. The faulty timekeeping of the mythical: "Arizona" is not a factor in determining that the day was twenty-three hours only.
LOL

I think you meant "mystical Arizona" (especially around here in Sedona) and not "mythical" here, Masha. ;)

(...well, unless of course you've had a lisp that I've been previously unaware of all these many years, anyway!)
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Dargo wrote: March 14th, 2024, 4:42 pm
Masha wrote: March 14th, 2024, 4:23 pm The faulty timekeeping of the mythical: "Arizona" is not a factor in determining that the day was twenty-three hours only.
LOL

I think you meant "mystical Arizona" (especially around here in Sedona) and not "mythical" here, Masha. ;)

Are you not the one who claims also that: "Pismo Beach" is an actual location and not the invention of gagwriters rifting off the brand name: Pepto-Bismol to describe a place full of nauseating beachgoers? You seem in all regards to be a kindly and intelligent person but I am sorry to say that your belief in unreal geography means that your judgement is as questionable as that of a Changeling Child.

I have some measure of affirmation from my little Fuzzy. He spent approx. a year not far from Falstaff in his youth and claims the entire area is unreal bordering on delusional.
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Masha wrote: March 14th, 2024, 7:25 pm
Dargo wrote: March 14th, 2024, 4:42 pm
Masha wrote: March 14th, 2024, 4:23 pm The faulty timekeeping of the mythical: "Arizona" is not a factor in determining that the day was twenty-three hours only.
LOL

I think you meant "mystical Arizona" (especially around here in Sedona) and not "mythical" here, Masha. ;)

Are you not the one who claims also that: "Pismo Beach" is an actual location and not the invention of gagwriters rifting off the brand name: Pepto-Bismol to describe a place full of nauseating beachgoers? You seem in all regards to be a kindly and intelligent person but I am sorry to say that your belief in unreal geography means that your judgement is as questionable as that of a Changeling Child.

I have some measure of affirmation from my little Fuzzy. He spent approx. a year not far from Falstaff in his youth and claims the entire area is unreal bordering on delusional.
Hmmm..."Falstaff" Arizona, ya say? Or at least your Little Fuzzy says that anyway, eh?! Ah! Well, I think I now see the problem here, Masha my sweet!

Uh-huh, and 'cause unless LF actually meant to say "Flagstaff", a wonderful little college town (Univ. of Northern Arizona) with a population of about 45,000 people and that's surrounded by the world's largest forest of Ponderosa Pines (uh-huh, I mean you DO know that Arizona is NOT just one big desert, don't ya) with an elevation of around 7,000ft and only about a 45 minute drive (or ride of a motorcycle) from my home here in Sedona...well ya see, the point I'm tryin' to make here is that there is NO place in Arizona named after that fictional character the Bard of Avon wrote scenes for in three of his plays...i.e. "Falstaff". AND thus, and in effect being a TRUE "mythical" place!

(...see what I mean?) ;)
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