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Old June 15, 2014   #121
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I am only showing that this page 6 (after Worth's post, but I'll see what happens after I post this) and that there isn't access to page 7 yet....but page 9 doesn't even show yet. Mine is set up with 20 per page.
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Ok....just as I thought...when you are within one or two of the bottom of the page then it shows the number for the next page, even if there aren't any actual posts yet on the next page. Both of my two posts are on page 7 on my computer (posts #121 and 122).

Dunno if that helps at all.

~ Edit...okay that's weird. My previous post was actually #121...and then this one shows on my computer as #125...and yet it's listed directly below the other. Go figure.

~ Second Edit....even weirder....lol. Darn I need caffiene. LOL Now this post is showing as #122. I give up...going to go make some coffee.
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Old June 15, 2014   #123
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Yes, just a weird glitch that it shows the next page before there is a post for it.
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Old June 22, 2014   #124
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Miss Mudcat: as I read your post (which I enjoyed) not looking at your location I knew you were from Dixie land you were laying it on the line just how make and enjoy a real Southern Tomato sandwich. the way we do it Alabama also.
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Old August 1, 2016   #125
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So what its another tomato sandwich.

To increase your pleasure while eating your tomato sandwich, plan ahead and cut the skin in a few places around the slices.
The tomato won't try and come out all at once.
You can concentrate on the tomatoey goodness rather than trying not to wear a half eaten tomato slice.
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So what its another tomato sandwich.

To increase your pleasure while eating your tomato sandwich, plan ahead and cut the skin in a few places around the slices.
The tomato won't try and come out all at once.
You can concentrate on the tomatoey goodness rather than trying not to wear a half eaten tomato slice.
Thank you. I will have to try that when I have the opportunity to have my first BLT of the season.
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Patti,
I have fond memories of Waukesha, travelled there a bit in my 20's. The company I worked for was making mammography machines for GE.
Everyone was very friendly, and there was a good vibe to the place.

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It's a great place. I very happy here. GE is just a bit down the street.
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