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8 hours ago, Mason's Child said:

Just picked up a beef patty at the 711 in Florida. 


Time to raise your standards bro....

Just now, gr8fulpair said:


Time to raise your standards bro....

On second thought, I know how you roll, do what you gotta do when you gotta do it... Shit works out....

Remember a 3am Chow down at cosmics place in DC that was more epic for us than the people that made it for us. 😅🤣🥺❤️

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Chris, Whitney and I love beef patties. The authentic ones in Jamaica are better but I’ve found even at gas stations in New York they a quick hit the spot item. Never taste bad. Reminds me of the jam in the sand. One year I was looking particularly out of it on my the shuttle to airport leaving the resort and the party. Nicky happened to be on the same shuttle. He gave me a beef patty to help straighten me out. It was my first Jamaican beef patty. 

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I am heading there today with recording equipment in tow. Just a heads up, I have a very busy week when I get back, but I promise to get them up as soon as possible. Oh by the way, my eyes are feeling much better now.

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What he says. 

i have a feeling that good nights sleep last night is going to have to sustain me. 
if Tea could imbed a person blinking at the ceiling...

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59 minutes ago, PoetryGirl said:

if Tea could imbed a person blinking at the ceiling...



Oh shit - you said blinking.  Gonna have to be dancing, I guess.

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6 minutes ago, PoetryGirl said:

Chaînes déboules, no doubt! 

Since he's on the ceiling wouldn't it be Tour en l'air?  😜


I've only danced in sand a few times......better eat those Wheaties!  Hopefully I'll get there before I have to worry about wheelchair accessibility 

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