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Name: Nanci
Gender: Female
Hometown: Redondo Beach
Home country: United States
Current location: California
Member since: Sat Feb 13, 2016, 08:27 PM
Number of posts: 6,246

About Me

I've been a member of DU since the very beginning....after that horrible fiasco - the sElection of 2000. My first user name was Lindsey, then I changed it to Nirvana555, and now it's Upthevibe. I had devices crash and I ended up having to change my user name. I've never been one to make a whole lot of original posts, but I consider myself a very active member in that I come to DU almost every day and read the wonderfully informative threads. I can't imagine what life would have been like over the past two decades without DU!

Journal Archives

I'm amongst the people that freaked out regarding Bob Odenkirk.....

I'm a HUGE Better Call Saul fan and consider Breaking Bad the best T.V. show in the history of Television. His role as Saul Goodman is iconic.

I don't know much about him regarding his writing career but I saw it posted somewhere that one of my favorite SNL skits of all time was written by him: Matt Foley the motivational speaker (with the late GREAT Chris Farley) who lives in a van by the river.....

There's something so appealing and comforting about Bob (I don't know how else to refer to him) for me. I've heard him on podcasts and he just seems like such a cool guy.

I'm sending light and healing vibes to Bob..."Dude, get better. The planet needs your light....."

Good for this guy....




I just called Toyota and they have issued a

statement (to the media) that they will not be donating to candidates who didn't support the election certification. She asked if I would like her to read it to me and I said yes so she did.

I asked her if they had posted it on their website and she said they hadn't. I suggested she tell a supervisor it might be a good idea to do so. She said she would. I know it'll need to go up the ladder from there.

The young lady I spoke with was very, very polite and comforting. She couldn't have been nicer.

The phone number is: 1-800-331-4331.
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