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Monday, November 23, 2015

Sunday's Football ~ Shirts ~ Hearing Aids for Men ~ Gracie Elliott ~ Monday Football ~ Sunset ~ Dirty Martini

Good 35º foggy (just like yesterday) morning. Rain 100% predicted for tonight. Pressure is dropping now....

Yesterday's football...

Breakfast yesterday was the last piece of the asparagus/bacon  pizza and a couple hard boiled eggs with Sriracha mayo...

Here is the cool site where I order my wacky shirts ...
They have thousands of designs. Type anything in the search window, ex: "dog" "cat" "horse" "SUP" or... "fireman" "cop" or "political" ...You will find one that suits you to a T. (LOL)  

Yesterday I ran "5 Miles" to take out the trash  and put the can on the road. Stopped to visit PJ and Dave. They got back yesterday with a new/used car. Really nice. Now Dave's big truck that is almost sold is on the blink. Ratz.
Came home, thought about dinner, decided on reruns of the pasta I re-did on Friday (posted Saturday).
How about this.. I know a few guys who do have one or need one! LOL
                       Posted on FB by my friend and dental hygienist Liz.

Today is a special birthday, Grace Elliott (LASD SR ret). Sorry Gracie, your card just went into the mail and will be late. I hope you have a WONDERFULLY HAPPY BIRTHDAY! (See you in Laughlin this next year?)
Historically this date...
1889 – The first jukebox goes into operation at the Palais Royale Saloon in San Francisco.

1980 – A series of earthquakes in southern Italy kills approximately 3,000 people.

1981 – Iran-Contra AffairRonald Reagan signs the top secret National Security Decision Directive 17 (NSDD-17), giving the Central Intelligence Agency the authority to recruit and support Contra rebels inNicaragua.

2007 – MS Explorer, a cruise liner carrying 154 people, sinks in the Antarctic Ocean south of Argentina after hitting an iceberg near the South Shetland IslandsThere are no fatalities.

And births this date include....

1859 – Billy the Kid, American outlaw (d. 1881)

1887 – Boris Karloff, British actor (d. 1969)

1888 – Harpo Marx, American comedian (d. 1964)

1992 – Miley Cyrus, American actress and singer
Sorry, but I can't stand this self-absorbed idiot! Spoiled brat, too much $$, and a pot smoker! IN PUBLIC! She's goin' down... If I have to see another picture of her with that monster tongue out I'm going to puke!

Here is tonight's football:
The "Butt-ta-low" Bills and my Pats! 
(given to me by my friend Dori at Ace Hardware)

The sun FINALLY came out a little and warmed us up to 59º by 2pm. Pretty clear sky for sunset...

So later it was chair, dirty martini, TV (some football and Blue Bloods).....

All I know. Nuff said. Happy Monday. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
November 23rd
National Espresso Day

Espresso – that thick, bold Italian-style coffee – got its name thanks to the technology used to make the dark, rich brew, which is “pressed out” and tailor made ‘pronto’ for its consumer.
Espresso, which is also the base ingredient for other popular coffee beverages such as cappuccino, café latte and macchiato, has come a long way since its invention in Italy sometime around the 1900s.
So let’s toast the rise of this complex and concentrated concoction with -- what else? – a shot of espresso as we mark 
National Espresso Day on November 23