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 G'day mates.Here's today's daffynition:Abscond: To move in a mysterious way, commonly with the property of another.Here's today's factoid:The British army developed a tank-mounted kettle for making tea after losing a WWII battle because the crew had abandoned their posts for a tea break. 10/Oct/14 12:00 AM |  |
 all. 10/Oct/14 12:02 AM |  |
 Wow! 9->1 easy peasy! Have a good day everyone. 10/Oct/14 12:31 AM |  |
 Alternate daffynition: Abscond-Fooled by Arnold Schwarzenegger.The factoid is SO VERY British. 10/Oct/14 12:48 AM |  |
 Might the man himself have submitted a picture? 10/Oct/14 12:56 AM |  |
 Happy THursday day off!Scampering off to a Mother's Breakfast event before my doctor's appointment 10/Oct/14 1:07 AM |  |
 everyone! Beehive on the ''straight and narrow''?? 10/Oct/14 1:09 AM |  |
 Oh, I love this one, Kayo! In 1946, the British Medical Research Council published “A Survey of Casualties Amongst Armored Units in Northwest Europe.” It found that 37 percent of all armored regiment casualties from March 1945 until the end of the war some months later were crew members More... 10/Oct/14 1:36 AM |  |
 Well done, Kathy! 10/Oct/14 1:41 AM |  |
 No comment. 10/Oct/14 1:41 AM |  |
 Almost forgot! The answers to yesterday's poozle: (The vowels were missing) Do not bite the hand that feeds you.Truth will out.Be slow in choosing, but slower in changing.Think first and then speak. Congrats to winners Joyce and Judy! Silvergal, Sarah More... 10/Oct/14 1:45 AM |  |
 , y'all! LOVE the photo, and I know Silverguy would like it, too, being the railfan/train spotter he is. Wonder exactly where Beehive Country is, though? Like, what continent?! 10/Oct/14 2:21 AM |  |
 You can see for miles and miles. 10/Oct/14 2:54 AM |  |
 See if you can figure out the words in this 'pyramid' using the hints given below. Each new word contains the same letters as the previous word, plus a new letter. Order need not be preserved. 1) Third letter of the English alphabet2) Colorado3) Type of Fish4) System used for More... 10/Oct/14 2:55 AM |  |
 My sister in law and her new husband were up visiting for a few days. They took each of the kids for a bit for a special time. Elijah went zip lining, little boy went to a arcade and food type place, and little girl went to the VT teddy bear factory. 10/Oct/14 2:58 AM |  |
 Here's my proud mommy moment. Little boy is incredible luck at the ticket games. Somehow he manages to get jackpots and whatnot. He ended up with 1500 tickets. Among his loot he got his aunt a rubber duck because she collects them and some candy for his brother. He also explained that the More... 10/Oct/14 3:01 AM |  |
 A cp and I'm off to torture the big one with spelling. 10/Oct/14 3:02 AM |  |
 Good afternoon to all! That is definitely not the long and winding road! 10/Oct/14 3:47 AM |  |
 It was interesting reading Kayo's factoid and Kathy's research. It's amazing (and sad) that the Brits lost more men because of tea breaks. Great solution that saved lives in the long run! 10/Oct/14 3:49 AM |  |
 Came back to see. 10/Oct/14 3:50 AM |  |
 Seems like a good time. 10/Oct/14 3:50 AM |  |
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 I feel Keith breathing down my neck, so off I go... 10/Oct/14 3:50 AM |  |
 Damn, he got me before I could even leave! 10/Oct/14 3:51 AM |  |
 Hehe. 10/Oct/14 4:00 AM |  |
 all. Peter, there are quite a few of Sarah Beth's Kansas Jayhawks imprinted on clothing at our house, too. I think you know that the Navy sent Rob to get his Masters in Petroleum Management at KU waaay back in 1982. He used to tell people that there was a Navy sub hidden in Clinton Lake near the campus there. 10/Oct/14 4:18 AM |  |
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 Everybody.It took me a long time to catch up with all the comments since the end of last week! But they are fun to read. 10/Oct/14 5:39 AM |  |
 I love how Kayo and Kathy are tag teaming the fun factoids. And I liked Keith's alternate daffynition as well! 10/Oct/14 5:40 AM |  |
 Utah is the Beehive State. Probably out near the Bonneville Salt Flats. 10/Oct/14 5:41 AM |  |
 Peter, the Jayhawk, thought to be a flightless bird, nevertheless has a broad range of migration. 10/Oct/14 5:44 AM |  |
 Jeanine, this Beehive country is in Western Australia, around Geraldton. 10/Oct/14 6:14 AM |  |
 Morning all,Beehive on the straight and narrow,that would be a first.lol 10/Oct/14 7:53 AM |  |
 CP,you beat me with the explanation of this Beehive country. 10/Oct/14 7:56 AM |  |
 all. Went to the SC state fair today. Not a bad fair, but I grew up going to the Texas state fair and that's hard to beat. 10/Oct/14 11:53 AM |  |
 Wow! Four hours since the last post. What are you people doing today? 10/Oct/14 11:55 AM |  |
 sll, 10/Oct/14 12:06 PM |  |
 I don't know about anyone else, but Im off to bed..... 10/Oct/14 12:07 PM |  |
 Work and shopping which I don't do much of has worn me out......... 10/Oct/14 12:08 PM |  |
 Now Ive got us to the BOP some one else can turn it....... 10/Oct/14 12:08 PM |  |

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