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Posted by:Jun 3rd 2008, 01:42:51 pm
smittyThank God I have a quart of Mt. Gay in my bar.Otherwise I might suspect I was a certain individual.(However, it's buried behind a case of Absolut)
Posted by:Jun 3rd 2008, 11:24:27 am
KimberlyBecause certain individuals with marbles for tastebuds had scoffed at our wholesome Mount Gay references in the past, I thought it only fair to change out the rum in the community first-aid kit ... did I mention that the Barbincourt is a fine aged Haitian rum ;-)?
Posted by:Jun 3rd 2008, 10:35:42 am
kristiAre you kidding me - if it is home-made I could eat it all up in one serving !! Not a problem there Smitty. Not a drop will be wasted!
Posted by:Jun 3rd 2008, 09:18:19 am
smittyKristi- would you have a problem eating it all at once?
Posted by:Jun 3rd 2008, 09:15:57 am
smittyYou're so right,Maddie.Good for cleaning paint brushes and shining the silverware ;)
Posted by:Jun 3rd 2008, 09:13:48 am
kristigees now we're getting picky - will you need soda with the Mt. Gay Maddie?? I'll add it to my list and thanks for the ice cream smitty except that I'll either have to eat it all at once or you'll have a generator in order to keep it cold.
Posted by:Jun 3rd 2008, 08:50:13 am
MaddieNobody mentioned the Mt. Gay.....
Posted by:Jun 3rd 2008, 07:59:09 am
smittyWhew! Thank you dear Kristi, I was on the verge of panic..I'll bring the ice cream, don't worry..
Posted by:Jun 3rd 2008, 04:19:39 am
kristiOh come on guys - you're both forgetting the vodka for Smitty - geeeeess !
Posted by:Jun 2nd 2008, 08:21:02 pm
Kimberlywindbreaker
welly boots
cooler filled with ice
barbincourt
bucket of limes
C batteries for the radio
radio
gallon of fresh water, toothbrush, toothpaste
kerosene lamps
kerosene
scrabble board game
lots of towels
seltzer water
bandaids
hydrogen peroxide
scissors
duct tape
hammer, nails for when the shutter flies open again
cat food, litter, more water
more barbincourt

check!
Posted by:Jun 2nd 2008, 07:41:18 pm
Richard POk peeps, it is estimated that there will be 8 serious hurricanes forming in the Atlantic,with one directly affecting the Bahamas.

Have any of the Modem members started to prepare for the season? Did we get any of the following:

1.Homeowners Insurance - Dis is werry werry important
2.Can goods
3.Drinking Water
4.Battery-operated Radio
5.Manual Can Opener
6.Extra Batteries (notice X-tra fa those a yinna with a toy collection BOL)
7.Extra Prescription Medicine
8.Flashlights
9.Eating Utensils
10. Rope (No S&M nah)
11.First Aid Kit
12.Hammer and Nails
13.Trash Bags
14. Cash (Ya no da ATM een ga be working)
15. Extension Cords
16.Pillows and Blankets
17. Mosquito Spray
18.Water Jugs
19.Cleaning Supplies

I tink das erry ting...I een sure.Yinna could add to it. BUT PLEASE DON'T WAIT TIL BASIL come on ZNS AND YUCK HE GLASSES OFF AND SAY HURRY CANE A COMIN' ...

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