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So, how much does your turkey weigh and how much $ ? (new numbers)

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taxijohn's avatar - odometer444
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Posted: November 24, 2010, 2:22 pm - IP Logged

I think this will be a fun way to find some numbers, I'll start off.

My turkey weighs 12.79 lbs. It was $1.29 lb. BUT with my savings card, it was only .99 cents LB. The reg. price was $16.50 but after savings, $12.66 SO:

1279  129  099  1650  1266   Turkey

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    spookysoozy's avatar - acepent
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    Posted: November 25, 2010, 9:20 am - IP Logged

    Cute idea.

    I am working from 11 am untill 7 PM and will miss out on a dinner.

    000 and 0000. Didn't buy a turkey.

    005, 0500

    100. 0010

     And what One thing comes to mind when you thank ?

    I say Family.

    family Ga*086/*186 717 896 (Va 186)(NY 771) (Md 243)
      DREAMtoREALITY's avatar - lighthouse
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      Posted: November 25, 2010, 9:50 am - IP Logged

      Cute idea.

      I am working from 11 am untill 7 PM and will miss out on a dinner.

      000 and 0000. Didn't buy a turkey.

      005, 0500

      100. 0010

       And what One thing comes to mind when you thank ?

      I say Family.

      family Ga*086/*186 717 896 (Va 186)(NY 771) (Md 243)

      What about those of us who are vegetarian? Maybe the 000 0000 also

      Looking on your post the  117 - 0117 -1107- 1117 /8117 may be your turkey #

      So funny you mentioned family, family in one of the book I used is 037 / 730 combinations and it has been playing, now I can see the connection to this time of year and call it a thanksgiving/ Christmas  #.  Thanks Spooky for enlightening  me 

      037 = 037 / 730 / 837 / 738 = 0370-

      3737-377-337-3777-3337/

      730-738-7333-7773-737-7373-73

      -773-0773-8773-0733-8733-

      87373-07373 etc

      Happy Thanksgiving

      Firststep is to determine what you want, then describe yourself as if you already have it.

      0 = 8 = 00    [SpookySoozy 0 = 1 = 0]

      Be$t of Luck from the Sun Smiley$tate

        Pretty207's avatar - Lottery-012.jpg
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        Posted: November 25, 2010, 11:15 am - IP Logged

        What about those of us who are vegetarian? Maybe the 000 0000 also

        Looking on your post the  117 - 0117 -1107- 1117 /8117 may be your turkey #

        So funny you mentioned family, family in one of the book I used is 037 / 730 combinations and it has been playing, now I can see the connection to this time of year and call it a thanksgiving/ Christmas  #.  Thanks Spooky for enlightening  me 

        037 = 037 / 730 / 837 / 738 = 0370-

        3737-377-337-3777-3337/

        730-738-7333-7773-737-7373-73

        -773-0773-8773-0733-8733-

        87373-07373 etc

        Happy Thanksgiving

        I just read a post that you mentioned these exact numbers I think it was 730 to IL and the 7773 fell last night in IL. Hopefully the 0370 comes out today.

          sully16's avatar - sharan
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          Posted: November 25, 2010, 11:25 am - IP Logged

          my sisters turkey weighed 21 pounds at 1.29 pound

          212 112 122 229 119 219

          good luck

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