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July 04, 2005


Joy DJ

Delightful....what a hoot!


lol, again, you crack me up...it's just so funny cause it's so true; hasn't everyone done that? I remember my sister asking me if I had room in my extra freezer...


Great essay, Jory! And that is EXACTLY why my boyfriend and I don't shop at Costco! When we lived in the islands, we shopped at our local version of Costco and ALWAYS ended up throwing out copious amounts of food. It's so INSANE...because we did the same thing...formed meal plans around gargantuan amounts of food. :) You oughta publish this. Seriously.

Troy Worman

Another excellent piece.


Jory, Jory, Jory ...
All you had to do was pick up the phone and invite Michele and I down from Seattle...

This piece had me cracking up all the way through. And then to see Jesse wants more friends, just like Michele, was the clincher, 'bout fell out of my chair. LOL



Don't forget that we have to finish off that cargo frieght of chicken breasts tonight. Don't worry, they are low in carbs...


Yes, Jesse needs friends with teenage kids who want someone to go shopping for them! I've been guilty of the same kind of food crimes, only teenagers have cured me. Go and borrow some, their parents will be thrilled. Hilarious post, Jory.

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