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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

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  1. It is the new language of the younger generation. Personally I like it.

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  2. I don't like it only because spelling and punctuation were so important in my early upbringing----but I can adapt
    MB

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  3. Haha! It's a bit like my post a few days ago TFG 😀

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  4. If people were all like me, we'd be speaking Latin--- or Cave Man. I have enough trouble with the sudden usage of "pled." Can you imagine "I pled with her not to leave"??? That's neither here nor there. Another fun capture. By the way, in my picture today-- the bark on the plants is red, and the moss in the trees is always green. That's why it sorta looks still like fall.... :)

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  5. But did they reopen on the 8th?

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    1. No, they missed the 8th opening. I believe they are still closed. Construction is harder than it looks.

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  6. That's a funny name, but I think it's incorrect. As I recall, the gentleman was a lawyer and it should read, "Changes R. Coming, Esq." Or, it could be he's a ... oh, never mind, children might see this! Yikes! :)

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    1. There use to be a bar in Old Town Chicago called Chances R. They had great beer and skittles (its a game with pins and a wooden top.)

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  7. ...and what does Changes R Us do?

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  8. at least they got the right 'due'!

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