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January 17, 2009

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phd in yogurtry

I really want to see that documentary. I've been ready MA's recollections, too. It's hilarious about DB doing mental strikeovers!

kcinnova

The film is on my list of movies to watch.

DB is funny!

Mary Alice

Oh...your poor child...you are turning him into a wReck with a capital R!

Suzanne

That boy is too funny. I will go anc check out your links.
I don't know how to do strikethroughs.
Lame.

Manic Mommy

Do you lie in bed at night reviewing the day wondering how to translate events into a post?

MamaHenClucks

It's nice to know I'm not the only one who actually sees words in me head. . .

imom

DB is very funny! Since I'm a new blogger my family is just catching on. I heard my son recently say, under his breath, "you're gonna blog about this aren't you?"

I haven't heard anything about his movie, but will be checking out the links you gave.

Gladys

OK since I live in a surfer family and yet oddly enough like snow skiing I don't do it I guess I'll have to give in and rent this. Also...Do you ever watch True TV when they have the Beach Patrol? Yeah I'm addicted to watching all my favorite SoCal beach spots with real people.

I love strike throughs. It is kinda like using subliminal messages. ;)

Reluctant Blogger

I don't even know how to do those strikeover things. Not that they are quite me perhaps. Funny how we all have our little quirky blogging habits.

9 children in 9 years. Boy! I don't suppose the mother got a lot of surfing in.

blognut

I may have to check out that movie. I am wondering about the 9 children in 9 years thing. I hope this guy had a harem rather than putting one woman through that hell.

JCK

That DB is too funny.

I am also intrigued by this documentary.

Patricia

i need to do strikethroughs.
oh teaching one.
;-)

Susan

Thanks for the link to Mary Alice. My family enjoyed that documentary - I love exposing my kids to examples of parenting which make me look good in comparison!

she

DB is one funny kid!

I'll have to check this out when I get out of grading hell! : )

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