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Who's the Boss Game #2915

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Voting / Memo Discussion
This game finished in 7 rounds.

Discussion of Round #1

Round: 0  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  

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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 04:57PM Jan 16, 2013

The boss had a memo topic of holiday bills and purchases. Were there any purchases that once the bill came in you said "ooppps, I should not have bought that"?
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For the employess:

Of all the things you did over the holiday season what was the most memorable?

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This question needs to be answered by everyone in your first post of the round.

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Oh and Har BTW, The RAT is still in the game hehehehehe


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HarryPutter*ca


Posted: 05:06PM Jan 16, 2013

Har is always the rat even when he's not the rat

Elios gets my vote

Err I dressed up as Santa for my family and relatives. It was a heart warming experience.


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Cloud nine gets all the publicity, but cloud eight actually is cheaper, less crowded, and has a better view.
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bradon182001*us


Posted: 05:33PM Jan 16, 2013

Okay, then, active boss, glad to see that.

Will place a safety vote on Rhythmic.

The most memorable thing from the holidays was Christmas day when my two sons, daughter in law and grandson came for dinner and gift exchange. We don't all get together at the same time very often these days since my grandson became a teen with a very active social life.


Formula for success: rise early, work hard, strike oil. J. Paul Getty
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HABS2933Aca


Posted: 06:48PM Jan 16, 2013

My family had their Christmas Dinner on Boxing Day (December 26th). My brother moved to Alberta 3 years ago and he and his new wife (who he met there) and their 4 month old baby just moved back here so it was nice to see him after so long and to met his wife and daughter. One of my favorite things was being in the basement with my niece and nephews playing floor hockey. We were playing guys against gals. The older boys have all played hockey since they could walk so it wasn't a very balanced game. My youngest nephew Brody who is 4 decided he was just going to be the ref since the teams were uneven. The gals were getting our asses handed to us, until I decided to teach Bro-Bro a lesson in life and ethics. I pulled $2.00 out of my pocket and told him it was his, IF the girls won the game. Suddenly everything the guys did was a penalty and we could do no wrong. Their goals were called into question and disallowed while we were able to throw and kick the ball into the net. I think we ended up winning 10-6 or something like that. It was great fun. They say every man has his price, I'm just glad his was so cheap.
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Not sure what to make of the boss's answer. Either one of the younger players who really made no major purchases so has nothing to regret or the boss is a very disciplined shopper and didn't go nuts. I did okay only had to buy gifts for hubby and my parents. Think I got away with only spending $400.00.

Will safety for ,Bobbi(that is Bradon SirHar).


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Vas-y les Habs! J'y crois!
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Smithy*en


Posted: 07:23PM Jan 16, 2013

My first WTB in a while I kind of feel like I'm not in the swing of things, though I'm not sure how much there is to know.

Initial reading of the memo is that it sounds like it could be skybet, obviously not much to go on but that seems a reasonable target for me so that's where my vote is going.

Christmas wasn't very Christmassy for me this year as I was incapacitated with the dreaded man flu... I guess the most memorable thing from the period was passing my driving test a few days before Christmas


"They don't call it a Quarter Pounder with cheese?" "No man, they got the metric system. The wouldn't know what a Quarter Pounder is."
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RhythmicAus


Posted: 07:39PM Jan 16, 2013

Safety on Smithy.

Well, I must not have done anything memorable since I can't come up with anything...

I'll check back before the round ends and see if I can think of anything I did over the holidays.


"For me, the saxophone is a way of expression" - Kenneth Thomson
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oyehoy


Posted: 07:41PM Jan 16, 2013

I rejoiced during holidays with mah family

\M/
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HarryPutter*ca


Posted: 04:33AM Jan 17, 2013

That's great to hear oye

Cloud nine gets all the publicity, but cloud eight actually is cheaper, less crowded, and has a better view.
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RhythmicAus


Posted: 05:23AM Jan 17, 2013

Oh yeah, I went to a worship service and when I arrived, I was asked to be part of the reenactment of the Christmas story. It was just a shepherd, but I really wasn't prepared for it. Fortunately, all went well.

"For me, the saxophone is a way of expression" - Kenneth Thomson
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JayoAie


Posted: 07:11AM Jan 17, 2013

The most memorable moment for me over Christmas wasspending 4 nights in Cork with the gf, good times

Will place a vote on Habs for now


Dovie'andi se tovya sagain
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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 08:50AM Jan 17, 2013

Jayo wrote:
The most memorable moment for me over Christmas wasspending 4 nights in Cork with the gf, good times



LOL......Sorry, But Cork and GF in the same sentance just hit me the wrong way LOL


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RhythmicAus


Posted: 09:07AM Jan 17, 2013

This looks like a good time to summarize voting:

7 hrs and 49 mins left
bradon182001 - Voting for Rhythmic
Elios - No stated vote
HABS2933 - Voting for bradon182001
HarryPutter - Voting for Elios
Jayo - Voting for HABS2933
oyehoy - No state vote
Rhythmic - Voting for Smithy
SirHar - No stated vote
Skybet - No stated vote
Smithy - Voting for Skybet


"For me, the saxophone is a way of expression" - Kenneth Thomson
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SirHarA


Posted: 09:51AM Jan 17, 2013

Hey all...The king is here!!!err...of this game that is not of the world that would be Harry..or possibly Obama....

With not much to go on I will go out on a limb and clear the Christians.....A Christian would probably say "Christmas instead of "Holidays"...and wouldnt be so worried about things they bought...since Harry is a communist he cant be a Christian...He is a rich liberal who would probably seek power over others by giving gifts...(It works for the democrats)....

Hows THAT for an opening take???

Voting Putter!!!


the stronger the fed govt gets the less you free you will be,,,,This is a no brainer...
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EliosAus


Posted: 10:07AM Jan 17, 2013

Hmm... My holiday memories are mostly filled with the joy of spending time with my family; it was all pretty much the same as every year - which I love! But one occurrence stands out from all that happened. I went out shopping with my Mom, sisters, and niece & nephew. As we got into my Mom's van after one store, I ripped my pants. .___. So then it was an adventure to run into Target to get some jeans with the whole troop in tow and trying not to die of embarrassment. In the end, I found some really comfy jeans and Mommy treated me.

I placed a safety vote for oyehoy. Should we try for a majority this round? (Not likely to be any mandies, huh?)


"An adventure is only an inconvenience rightly considered. An inconvenience is an adventure wrongly considered." - Chesterton
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HarryPutter*ca


Posted: 01:05PM Jan 17, 2013

Yes, Har communists cannot be Christians

We should try making a majority since it's R1, so going oyehoy


Cloud nine gets all the publicity, but cloud eight actually is cheaper, less crowded, and has a better view.
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RhythmicAus


Posted: 01:28PM Jan 17, 2013

Well, oyehoy did post and not state a vote, so ok. Changing to oyehoy.

3 hrs and 28 mins left
Elios - Voting for oyehoy
HarryPutter - Voting for oyehoy
Rhythmic - Voting for oyehoy


bradon182001 - Voting for Rhythmic
HABS2933 - Voting for bradon182001
Jayo - Voting for HABS2933
SirHar - Votting for HarryPutter
Smithy - Voting for Skybet

oyehoy - No state vote
Skybet - No stated vote


"For me, the saxophone is a way of expression" - Kenneth Thomson
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Smithy*en


Posted: 03:54PM Jan 17, 2013

I have no experience with oyehoy so have no idea how likely he is to be the Boss, but in a 10 player game we need to try to make use of every round, so I'm switching to the oyehoy majority. Hoping he voted when he posted, only an hour for sky to get on.

"They don't call it a Quarter Pounder with cheese?" "No man, they got the metric system. The wouldn't know what a Quarter Pounder is."
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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 04:10PM Jan 17, 2013

45 minute warning....

Like what you love, and love what you got.
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Longhorn_fanAus


Posted: 08:51PM Jan 17, 2013

The round should prove interesting.....

Like what you love, and love what you got.
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RhythmicAus


Posted: 06:23AM Jan 18, 2013

Longhorn_fan wrote:
The round should prove interesting.....


How cryptic!


"For me, the saxophone is a way of expression" - Kenneth Thomson
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