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Messages - Sissy Bee

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Restaurant Opinion / Re: Cracker Barrel
« on: April 10, 2008, 03:11:03 PM »
I have only had one bad experiene there about a time issue when it was slow, I can understand when it's busy, but it wasn't that day, talked to the manager and he made right by it and gave us a discount.  We eat there regulary and most of the wait staff is good, some not so good, so we try to learn the names of the good ones and when we go in we request their tables.

Business Opinion / Re: bank of Crocker
« on: March 27, 2008, 02:30:20 PM »
The one I am referring to is the one in front of Dollar General down in Waynesville.

Business Opinion / Re: bank of Crocker
« on: March 27, 2008, 02:24:43 PM »
When we first moved into town my realtor recommended the Bank of Crocker to us, I opened the account but soon closed  it out.  Everytime I went into to do transactions I was always very rudely treated by the staff, and on several occasions one female teller inparticular was very very unprofessional and offended me greatly, so we switch to Mid Missouri Credit Union and have recieved excellent customer service that you would expect from an organization handling large amounts of your money.

Crime Stopper / Re: Hwy 28
« on: March 19, 2008, 01:33:17 PM »
Thank you for the work that you do, it must be you I see early of a morning! Be safe out there!

I try as much as I can to work Hwy 28 in the mornings and afternoons, I have wrote a lot of citations on that hwy and plan to write a whole lot more. Just watch out for me and don't be rubber neckin to see who is receiving the citation that is bad. My life means alot to my kids and me.

Gardening / Re: herbs
« on: March 15, 2008, 12:53:51 PM »
P. S.  If you have a vege garden you might want to try companion planting with your herbs and veggies.  There are some properties of herbs that can help the vigor of some plant growth, and some help to keep nonbenefical bugs away, while still other pull in the good bugs to pollinate.

Gardening / Re: herbs
« on: March 15, 2008, 12:51:47 PM »
To help prevent mint from taking over your herb garden be sure to deadhead all the flowering tips, and once a year I pull a few out to thin them.

Crime Stopper / Re: Hwy 28
« on: January 09, 2008, 08:54:36 PM »
I also live on Hwy 28, and agree with you that it is a dangerous place to be.  I do think that local law enforcement try as much as they can with budget constrictions.  I live past the river, and two or three times in the last year there has been check points, or road blocks on veterans bridge, and it is pretty common to see a cop parked there in the afternoons.  We can only hope that karma catches up to some of them.

Crafts and Home Decor / Re: Mariner's Compass
« on: August 27, 2007, 08:00:34 PM »
Thanks, there are so many variations, I actually found the same ones you did, lol, here's a stencil of what it looks like.  I need the paper piecing template.

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Crafts and Home Decor / Mariner's Compass
« on: August 27, 2007, 05:19:46 PM »
I'm looking for a Mariner's Compass quilt template, or it's also known as 32 point star.  I searched on the interenet and couldn't find exactly what I was looking for so I thought I'd ask here.   

Tell us your favorite Joke / HUSBAND SMART - WIFE SMARTER!!
« on: August 22, 2007, 07:27:40 PM »
A man called home to his wife and said, "Honey I have been asked

to go fishing up in Canada with my boss and several of his friends.

We'll be gone for a week. This is a good opportunity for me to

get that promotion I've been wanting, so could you please pack

enough clothes for a week and set out my rod and fishing box?

We're leaving from the office and I will swing by the house to pick my  things up" "Oh! Please pack
my new blue silk pajamas." The wife thinks this sounds a bit fishy  but being the good wife she is, did exactly what her husband asked The following weekend he came home, a little tired but   otherwise looking good.

The wife welcomed him home and asked if he  caught many fish?

He said, "Yes! Lots of Salmon, some Bluegill,  and a few Swordfish. But why didn't you pack my new blue silk  pajamas like I asked you to do?"

You'll love the answer...

The wife replied,

"I did. They're in your fishing box.....

Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Fun Stuff For Kids???
« on: August 22, 2007, 02:33:42 PM »
Thanks guys, we do the parks and creek thing, I was looking for an arcade or mini golf thing, I know the bowling alleys have small arcades, but it's sometimes hard to find a good family atmosphere.  Do they have kid nights at any of the bowling places around here?  I think we'll go try the library, she loves books.  She actually lives in Springfield so she gets to do the stuff down there, my fav down there is the Bass Pro Outdoor World they have.  Thanks again for all the input. 

Pulaski Enquirer / Fun Stuff For Kids???
« on: August 22, 2007, 01:02:32 AM »
I have my 4yr old niece for the week, I was just wondering what fun things are in the area that we could go do together???

Local News / 3 killed in Mo. church shooting
« on: August 12, 2007, 11:55:35 PM »
About 25 to 50 people were briefly held hostage at the First Congregational Church until the gunman surrendered, Neosho spokeswoman Desiree Bridges said.
About four or five people were wounded, Police Chief Dave McCracken said, but several others who were injured fled the scene.
The shooter was being held at the Newton County Jail, but police were not releasing any information about him. Bridges said he was related to someone in the church, but declined to elaborate. No charges had been filed Sunday, McCracken said.
The gunman had two small-caliber handguns and one 9 mm semiautomatic machine pistol with a large magazine, McCracken said. The shooting followed the 1 p.m. service, which is held in Spanish. About 50 people, ranging in age from children to the elderly, were in the church at the time.
The gunman surrendered to authorities after about 10 minutes of negotiation.
"At the time that the rescue attempt was successful we had approximately 20 people in the sanctuary still," he said. "We had some people who escaped the crime scene prior to the police arrival that were wounded, and we had some people escape during the process and at the time of the rescue."
He said no one was injured during the arrest.
McCracken said he could not confirm whether the gunman was a member of the church. But he said an incident involving the suspect and a family that attended the First Congregational Church on Saturday night fueled the shooting Sunday.
"At this point though, we don't have any information more than that," McCracken said.
The identities of the deceased were being withheld, McCracken said.

I just read this off of the Yahoo home page, thought I'd post it.

Tell us your favorite Joke / Re: plastic surgery joke
« on: August 11, 2007, 01:06:59 PM »

I hate to say this, but nobody has dared speculate whether those things weren't purposely done.  Britain immediately jumped on the sabotage wagon with the recent Hoof and Mouth thing.  Then it was smoothed over a bit with the recent flooding.

Bottom line there is, I remember the Tylenol scare - all it took was one sicko......

+ karma to you that's exactly what I was saying!!  Glad I' not the only one thinking it.

To me it's not the weapons and bombings that are the big scary threat, it's the chemical and biological threats, just look at last year with the spinach e-coli recall, and that wasn't even a terrorist action, but it shows how our food sources could be easily corrupted.

Religion Opinion / Re: I got this in my e-mail today
« on: August 04, 2007, 03:00:31 PM »
How interesting, thanks for posting!

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