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    Morning Q-sters
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    Good Morning all
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    good morning

    hope your driveway didn't sink eeekkkk
    would have being joe's birthday







    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Strummer

    been a little under the weather (ie the summer that never was)
    hoping everyone is enjoying what we do have - better than snow storms eh?


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    if you have some spare time


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    Morning all
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    Good morning!
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    Another rainy day.



    Want the last of the summer to be sunny & hot. Is that 2 much to ask for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyLoocie View Post
    Sometimes watching the news makes me sad. What the heck is going on with the human race?




    That's one of the reasons I have Lily Quincy tv, all mayhem, all the time. Never a dull moment.

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    Good morning, everyone.

    I must be feeling better, my crazy sleep pattern of 4ish hours a night is back (as opposed to the 18ish I've been doing the last couple of weeks). Never thought I'd be happy about that.

    Off to the eye specialist in a little bit, this is the one who did the last surgery, as opposed to my usual eye specialist or the one who's going to do the next surgery in the new year. Hard to keep track of who's who after a while (I swear I need cheat sheets to remember everyone's name ).

    Hope everyone has a wonderful day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartgirl99 View Post
    good morning, qt's
    it sure feels like a summer morning!
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    Not here it doesn't. Not as chilly as it's been, but it's foggy and I'm still forced to wear a sweater.

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    Q107 PRESENTS:

    STEELY DAN

    Sunday, August 24th at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts!
    Q107 hooks you up again! We’re giving you the opportunity to buy one ticket and we’ll pay for the other to see
    Steely Dan on Sunday, August 24th at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts! It’s a Club Q 2 for 1 ticket deal.
    What more could you ask for. This offer will run until Friday, August 22nd at 10:00pm.

    Click here for your special link.

    Tickets were regular $79.50 & $115.00 each.

    You can grab yourself tickets for $39.75 & $57.50 each.
    Important note: While Q107 is pleased to offer you this discount, please note that it only valid while supplies last.


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    Good morning my Q friends. Foggy rainy day.
    Another day in the Colliseum with the Gladiators YAAAHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    here's a mention for Karl @Karl Stiel
    Another day in the Colliseum with the Gladiators YAAAHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    [QUOTE=ecat444;6048736]Just got in from a day at the CNE, taking a couple minutes on line and then up tomorrow to head on down again before noon. A little on the tired side, got back from Wasaga around 11p.m. Last night. Think I'll head into the sauna for a bit before bed.

    Not everyone gets on so well with their Ex!

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    What Every Tourist Needs to Know Before Driving in Europe


    Written by: Richard Guy Martin
    August 19, 2014
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    You’ve rented a car in Europe, you’re headed out on the open road—life looks good. But before you rev up that massively sexy convertible and blast down to the Cote d’Azur, might I have a word? Conservatively speaking, I do about 30,000 miles across Europe by car per year and there are a few things you should know before taking the wheel.
    They’re Tracking Your Every Move. Italy is probably the most fun country to drive through, period. With its winding roads through rolling hills, it’s no wonder Italians make famously good Formula 1 drivers. Tiring of this racing style on the public roads, however, the Italian government has installed the ominously named “Tutor System” of speed monitoring, even on two-lane country roads. First, you’ll see velocitŕ controllata warning signs; then come the eye-level radar “kiosks” that also read and record your license plate. If your plate’s registered as arriving “too soon” by successive radar stations, the software marks you as too fast. The longer you keep this up, the heftier the fine gets. The hurt can run into the thousands.
    The workaround: Pull over for a tasty espresso between radar kiosks. Or, you know, just obey the speed limit.
    Tailgating Is A Sport. Tailgating at high velocity is a beloved sport across Europe, but nowhere does it attain such razor sharp aggressiveness than in Germany where stretches of the Autobahn still have no speed limits. My best guess about the gleaming black Mercedes E-class that squealed its tires, braking to within six feet of my rear bumper outside Munich last week, was that it was going 150 mph. I was doing a perfectly legit 105 mph myself, passing a group of lumbering 16-wheelers. He could have killed us all.
    The workaround:. Your rear view mirror is your best friend. When one of these madmen runs up blinking his brights at 120 mph, calmly roll your window down, stick your arm out, palm down, and pat the air softly until you can safely move right. It’s the international "slow down, you *******" hand signal.
    Sundays Are Your Best Days. Depending on the type of truck, European truckers are forced to travel under, or at, the equivalent of 60 mph. This means heavy clogging of the right lane, where the trucks run, and thus of the left lane, where you run. On the weekends, however, especially on Sundays, the trucker population tends to park and live at the gas stations. Let's call it The 90/10 Rule—90 percent of the truckers are off the road in Central and Western Europe, 10 percent are on the road (though the percentages may be slightly different in Eastern Europe). In general, though, on the "day of rest" you will have fewer trucks—and kamikaze tailgaters in the left lane—to tangle with.
    The workaround: If you have the time to do it, save your long hops for Sundays.
    Read The Fine Print When Parking In Town. You are beloved by your host country in many ways, but as a foreigner you are a third-class citizen, automotive-ly speaking. Tourists could have their car towed for the slightest parking infraction because arcane rules apply (and are usually only displayed in the local language). Traffic authorities in Berlin, for example, have only recently begun to presume English as a "parking language" worthy of printing on their almost universal ticket machines. If you ignore the paid hours in the tourist-heavy neighborhood of Prenzlauer Berg, you risk a fine of $10–$40, depending on the length of the offense. It gets worse if you park in a “fire access entrance,” which translates as Feuerwehrzufahrt, meaning an entrance to a playground or an industrial area (and they’re not always clearly marked). Let these fines add up and you may just get booted off the road entirely in that country.
    The workaround: Learn some French, German, and/or Italian parking-sign legalese.
    Skip That Glass of Wine. In Berlin, a driver is allowed the blood-alcohol-content equivalent of a glass of wine with dinner—which is interesting because in the far heavier drinking Prague, just four hours south, you're allowed zero alcohol in the blood and Breathalyzer ambushes are common. Remember that you’re a third-class citizen so as a “drunk” foreigner in a car, let’s just say this can involve handcuffs and long hours in rooms with very bright lights.
    The workaround: Hard as this is to follow under convivial circumstances, leave the car behind if you plan to drink.
    EZ Pass = Vignette. In France and Italy, highway tolls are collected based on distance traveled, much like in Pennsylvania or New York. Germany has no tolls for cars. Austria and the Czech Republic, however, work on flat-rate, time-based vignettes, or stickers that you must actually pull over and buy at the border. You can get a sticker for one week, 10 days, one month, or one year. There are some digital vignette-reader gateways over the autobahns, but you might be forgiven for thinking that they really don’t care. A small example, however: If you are caught on an Austrian autobahn without a vignette, it will run you €400–€4,000, or, roughly speaking, $530–$5,300. If you’re a foreigner, of course, they’ll just take your car until you figure out where that five grand is coming from.
    The workaround: Pull over and get the vignettes (about $10), available at most roadside gas stations.
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