The Three Billy Goats Gruff

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Traditional folk tale. Three billy goats want to cross the bridge to eat the lush green grass. A mean and nasty Troll lives under the bridge and wants to eat them. Will they cross the bridge or will the troll get them first....

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  1. hey i know [NAME OF

    Posted by Eunice on 7th Jan 2014

    hey i know [NAME OF SHAUNA'S EMPLOYER REMOVED BY SHAUNA!]someone will be making a <a href="">kilnlig</a> on a buffet lunch' that they got some friend or family member to quote an exhorbitant price for and you get pasta, cold pizza and sandwiches with fillings nobody likes eggy ones and salmon etc then you'll get a swanky printed agenda summat like this :* intro to photocopy 101 (10 mins ie push green button)* paper jam removal (60 mins)* get inky bits off fingers (20 mins) well all frikin day really!* how to phone engineer for support (15mins)* buffet (30 mins more if outside for fag)how much does that add up to?? hmmm phew .. sure you got enough time to do this all in 2 hours?might as well go home after your training course . with your manual they supplied to read up on of course

  2. about the 2 hr. trai

    Posted by Nilvan on 7th Jan 2014

    about the 2 hr. training for coiepr. I worked for the people who invented most of the tech of today. When I wanted a part-time job, I would say I KNOW the machine, etc. Then, I would watch someone operate it. I have ADD and directions are hard to read. However, I ended up writing manuals for this stuff after no one could understand the directions! I'm retired now, just buying stock in the companies I used to work for. Jo in Texas

  3. Heh, when we got a n

    Posted by Itiz on 7th Jan 2014

    Heh, when we got a new photocopier at work, I asked the sales guy a few<a href=""> qisntuoes</a> and he basicly explained it all in less than 10 mins and I just explained it to other (but we have a small office). It is too funny to think you will attend a 2 hour training session on using a photocopier! I bet they didnt train you 2 hours on it when you first started there?

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    Posted by Zarya on 7th Jan 2014

    <a href="">Peefrct</a> answer! That really gets to the heart of it!


    Posted by Hayet on 7th Jan 2014

    DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE THE PHOTOCOPIER!!These things can kill. They sense fear.They may call it <a href="">trnniiag</a>, but it's a carefully guided introduction between two living beings .Approach slowly, bow deeply, pat it softly on the display unit and whisper soothing noises in its document feeder tray.You better make nice with the monster, young lady!I know what can happen if you don't.One day I'll send you a photo of the horribly disfigured victim.

  6. Absolutely gorgeous!

    Posted by Marlon on 7th Jan 2014

    Absolutely gorgeous! It seems like<a href=""> ydeaersty</a>. You both look so happy. So glad we were able to share the day with you. Love the cute shot of Caroline too of course! XXOOCooosin

  7. It depends on what y

    Posted by Signorotto on 8th Jan 2014

    It depends on what you are loonikg for. Does (females) are always the most expensive no matter what the breed or location. If you are just loonikg for pets and brush cleaners I highly recommend wethers (neutered males). Wethers have sweet personalities and they don't have a bad odor like bucks have. Wethers actually make better pets than does because they never have heat cycles which can make some does act rather grouchy and loud. For a wether I would expect to pay anywhere from $30 up to $75 each depending on demand in your location. Most breeders will give you a great deal on them, especially if you are buying more than one, because there is a much bigger demand for breeding stock than wethers.Try a google or yahoo search for goats for sale in North Carolina. You will probably find lots of breeders. There are also several goat related websites where breeders post ads, so search for those also. Good luck!I raise goats and I love my wethers!!!

  8. P/S Just read the re

    Posted by Luucas on 8th Jan 2014

    P/S Just read the rest of this page totally love your netllua story. I remember those lil foil packs of nutty, chocolatey goodness as well and would also like to someday take a bath in a vat of netllua. Well if cleopatra bathed in milk Also cool how Aussie food has gotten more cosmopolitan, even at the motor track Love the seinfeld pic with the hair debate etc.

  9. since June the new

    Posted by Turke on 23rd Jan 2014

    since June the new computer sytesm [installed on maybe, what, 450 PCs?] has had 1300 documents uploaded onto it and we are worried about exceeing our capacity or words to that effect. In other words, an organisation with thousands of employees is worried because documents THAT I COULD FIT ON A MOBILE PHONE have nearly overwhelmed the sytesm. Will heads roll? Probably not as I work for a local council. [url=]jgqgxews[/url] [link=]bwkqlleiorw[/link]

  10. When my bosses deicd

    Posted by Jitender on 23rd Jan 2014

    When my bosses deicded to invest in a used photocopier, I responsible for making sure it worked right. After a relentless paper jam, upon which I had exhausted all my layperson problem-solving abilities, the copier repair dude dismantled it to find a bee inside. A bee. Sadly, it was dead by the time we found it.Hope your photocopier is bee-free. [url=]hkqkfik[/url] [link=]sqiaebt[/link]

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