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#52 Jan 10 2013 at 9:22 AM Rating: Good
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Maybe you people grousing that Revlon doesn't make colors in "cave fish" should go get some sun.
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#53 Jan 10 2013 at 9:26 AM Rating: Decent
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Maybe you people grousing that Revlon doesn't make colors in "cave fish" should go get some sun.

No no, Joph, they're all borderline albino fairskins. A swarthy fellow like you will never understand their plight.
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#54 Jan 10 2013 at 9:27 AM Rating: Good
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I never tan. I just get more moles over time.

I'm now olde enough I have to trim mole hair regularly. Smiley: bah

Edited, Jan 10th 2013 10:31am by Aripyanfar
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I'm sensing a lack of sun-worship in this thread.



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I never tan. I just get more moles over time.


My wife and oldest kid are of the "don't tan, just burn" complexion. I don't really burn, I haven't used sunscreen in my adult life, really. I spend plenty of time outside, the only thing I've ever noticed was a slight burn on the exciting thinning/bald spot that's grown on the crown of my head in the last few years. So now I just wear a yamaka all the time.
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#57 Jan 10 2013 at 9:51 AM Rating: Excellent
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I could tan when I was younger, which is odd for a dirty ginger like me. I've not really tried in the last few years though. But since all this **** has gone down with my husband, we're going to be living healthier lives. So going outside and walking is on the agenda. I know I don't get enough Vit. D, so hopefully this will help.
#58 Jan 10 2013 at 9:54 AM Rating: Excellent
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My wife and oldest kid are of the "don't tan, just burn" complexion.

Tell them to power through it. That's just a healthy base layer forming.
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#59 Jan 10 2013 at 9:56 AM Rating: Excellent
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Maybe if you get enough cancer cells on the surface of your skin, they'll block all the UV rays from hitting the healthy skin underneath.
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#60 Jan 10 2013 at 9:59 AM Rating: Good
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Aripyanfar wrote:
I never tan. I just get more moles over time.

I'm now olde enough I have to trim mole hair regularly. Smiley: bah

Get them removed - it's a cosmetic and a preventative health benefit. I just started seeing a dermatologist for full-body mole checks / removal / biopsy, it's totally great.
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Aripyanfar wrote:
I never tan. I just get more moles over time.

I'm now olde enough I have to trim mole hair regularly. Smiley: bah

Get them removed - it's a cosmetic and a preventative health benefit. I just started seeing a dermatologist for full-body mole checks / removal / biopsy, it's totally great.

Yeah, my daughter has had two removed now. The first one she was just a little kid - 2 o 3. It was a big mole just above her eye. She'd scratch it while sleeping - until it bled. Moles bleed a lot. All the blood freaked me out one night, and we brought her to the emergency room. The doctor cut it out right there.

The second was just a couple years ago as she was going off our insurance - she didn't like it. It was kinda on her jawbone and growing.

Both removals were covered by insurance.

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I'm sensing a lack of sun-worship in this thread.


The sun is a wondrous body. Like a magnificent father!

If only I could be so grossly incandescent!




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Edited, Jan 10th 2013 11:49am by Eske
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trickybeck wrote:
Aripyanfar wrote:
I never tan. I just get more moles over time.

I'm now olde enough I have to trim mole hair regularly. Smiley: bah

Get them removed - it's a cosmetic and a preventative health benefit. I just started seeing a dermatologist for full-body mole checks / removal / biopsy, it's totally great.
That's an interesting thought. I do see a dermatologist? once a year for a full body skin check, especially now my mother has had a melanoma removed from her shoulder. I do know that if hair is growing out of a mole that is an indication that it is actually non cancerous and benign, and I should go see a doctor if the hair falls out. I don't know. past experience with various operations, including a very irritating (literally!) mole on my waist line when I was a teenager, indicates I scar up a lot.
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#65 Jan 10 2013 at 1:33 PM Rating: Good
Trim? Why would you trim them when you can pluck the hairs out instead? Keeps the hairs away a lot longer. Hairy moles are the worst.
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because I can usually find the scissors before I find the tweezers.

They are like left socks I swear. Apparently there are four sets of tweezers in the house, all of which are more elusive than the sasquatch or the Tasmanian Tiger.
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#67 Jan 10 2013 at 2:40 PM Rating: Good
I can see how that might cause a problem, lol. I'm pretty good at losing stuff myself, so I try to keep everything in a consistent spot. One time I didn't leave my keys on my desk like I usually do, and it took me almost 10 minutes to find them. They were in the pocket of my coat. >.<
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I can see how that might cause a problem, lol. I'm pretty good at losing stuff myself, so I try to keep everything in a consistent spot. One time I didn't leave my keys on my desk like I usually do, and it took me almost 10 minutes to find them. They were in the pocket of my coat. >.<

For real?
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I can believe it - I've done that.

The keys are always supposed to be in my purse or on my computer desk. If they go anywhere else, I'll have to spend a long time hunting them down. And yeah, they're usually in a coat pocket...
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#70 Jan 11 2013 at 3:48 PM Rating: Good
Yay for being scatterbrained?
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Speaking of scatter brained I have a story for you. I was sitting down to eat dinner with my family about 10 years ago. I took a bite, picked up another portion with my fork, held it up a short distance from my mouth, looked around and said (no joke) "Where is my fork?". Took about 10 seconds for me to realize that it was in front of my face the entire time. I still get flack from that.
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Jeez, and I thought I was bad. Smiley: lol
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I've sat in my car, turned on the engine, then put my hand against my front pocket and thought "Oh **** where are my keys?"
I've also taken my keys out of my pocket, put them in my right hand while also holding onto a bag, reached my car and then went back to my left pocket, again thinking "Oh **** where are my keys?"

I always keep my keys in my front left pocket, and am paranoid I'm going to lose them. If they are ever not there, I always instantly think I left them somewhere. Even if they just happen to be in my other hand or in the ignition of my car as I'm sitting in the driver's seat ready to take off.
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Not as bad as Criminy, but during my husband's surgery, my parents were sitting in the hospital lobby with me. We were discussing getting coffee. My mom said "I wish they had an ATM around here", as she was looking at the flashing lights of the ATM that was right across from the couch she was sitting on.

I will never let her live that down.
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Not as bad as Criminy, but during my husband's surgery, my parents were sitting in the hospital lobby with me. We were discussing getting coffee. My mom said "I wish they had an ATM around here", as she was looking at the flashing lights of the ATM that was right across from the couch she was sitting on.

I will never let her live that down.
I think she needs a waiver on that one, as it demonstrates that she is the type of mother-in-law who actually loves her son-in-law.
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So, we had a sunny day today, and I forced myself to go outside for ten minutes just before noon. (I walked the little cat. You ever try walking a cat? It's not for the faint of heart.)

I still say the sun wants to kill me. Smiley: glare

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I tan just fine when I go places other than Washington. Around here for some reason we never see that round yellow thing in the sky. What IS that thing anyways? it seems to be following us around. Someone should totally look into that. it could be a spy. Also, elsewhere on the planet the sky itself is this wierd blue color instead of a nice comforting gray. Probably some sort of blue tinted polution I guess.
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I tan just fine when I go places other than Washington. Around here for some reason we never see that round yellow thing in the sky. What IS that thing anyways? it seems to be following us around. Someone should totally look into that. it could be a spy. Also, elsewhere on the planet the sky itself is this wierd blue color instead of a nice comforting gray. Probably some sort of blue tinted polution I guess.


Blue... Probably some sort of copper contamination.
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Sounds like cyanosis.
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I've somehow gotten more organized as I've gotten older. Probably as a defense mechanism against eternally having to search for things. Cell phone is always in one of two places. Keys are always in the same spot. Book I'm currently reading in a specific spot. I do occasionally have the brain melt when actually using something and then getting distracted (keys in ignition, then checking pocket and wondering where they are kind of thing). The one that gets me every single time, and I suspect it's because I only do this once a year, is the **** scissors/tape when I'm wrapping Christmas presents. They're stored in a specific place, so I have no problem finding them. But while actually wrapping a pile of gifts, with paper strewn about, I'll inevitably think I set it right there, only to find that for some reason it's over there instead. I suspect this is because of gremlins moving them cause they think it's funny or something.


I have a friend who is absolutely terrible in terms of organization. This is compounded by the fact that his wife is just as bad (maybe even a bit worse). They appear to have no patterns or organization to how they do things. Papers, both important and not, strewn about randomly. Keys in whatever random spot they happened to set them down. Ditto with cell phones. All often piled with/under whatever they happened to have in their hands at the time. It's almost comical to watch them roam around their house looking for stuff constantly. Almost. I've gotten in the habit of never leaving a voice mail when I call his cell because it's never because his cell phone is in another room snug in its charger or something, but because it's "somewhere" in the vicinity, but it takes him just enough time to locate it under whatever pile of random stuff got placed on top of it since he set it down that it'll go to voice mail. 99 times out of a hundred, I'll get a call back from him 10 seconds after it goes to voice mail, so if I try to leave a message, I'll get his call while doing so. So I just don't bother.
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I've somehow gotten more organized as I've gotten older.
How long before it affects your writing?
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