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May 27, 2007

TLC Advice-a-Thon: Mary Lynn's Rules

TLC Advice-a-Thon: Mary Lynn's Rules

By Mary Lynn


RULES FOR COMPUTER HAPPINESS:

Never touch your computer if you’ve been drinking (or are similarly impaired)

Everybody needs a ‘Pet Geek’ to call in emergencies

The 9th Beatitude: Blessed are the pessimistic, for they hath made multiple backups. Yea, verily, they shall fear no ill.


RULE FOR JOB INTERVIEWS

Never try to drive AND drink coffee on the way to your interview - unless you’re wearing black.



RULES FOR RAISING IDENTICAL TWINS:

When buying socks, purchase one or two dozen pairs, all alike.

If it’s important that someone else be able to tell who’s who—color-code the twins’ clothing. Reed was Red and Bill was Blue.

When teaching twins to drive, take them one at a time—do NOT allow the other twin to be in the car

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Comments

If you ask her really nicely, Mary Lynn might tell you The Ugly Truth behind the Interview/Driving/Coffee rule.

And I did know of a pair of twins in H.S. who reversed their color-coding to 'benefit' their respective girl friends. These were soon 'former girlfriends,' btw.

Tom, not to doubt your story--which I don't, but ewww--why would twins old enough to be in high school still need color-coding?

Ramona, honestly, I don't remember. They seemed to like it, though.


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