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05/Feb/13 11:29 AM
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Ha ha!
05/Feb/13 11:29 AM
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Where are they?
05/Feb/13 11:30 AM
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Hi CP!!!!
05/Feb/13 11:32 AM
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Mr Cee, I don't want to cause any trouble, but I feel it is my duty to point out to 'cute school marm' Shosho how the urban dictionary defines 'marm'.
'Marm is a British word meaning an old school teacher, usually a bespectacled virgin, somewhat old and stingy. More...
05/Feb/13 11:39 AM
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Peter, nice of you to help the mainland clear uo their rabbit problem!
05/Feb/13 11:41 AM
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We need some 'mixed toasties' here. We've never had so many rabbits. Useless dog can't even be bothered stopping them from eating the carrot tops. The garden beds are all tightly covered with bird mesh. To say nothing of the holes they are digging.
05/Feb/13 11:58 AM
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Kathy Kathy Kathy
Numbers & Imperial

05/Feb/13 12:24 PM
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Sorry Kathy, but I don't have the patience for maths problems. I love playing with words though.
05/Feb/13 12:27 PM
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I always thought that Marm was a title used when talking to the Queen. Doesn't seem too respectful, calling her old & stingy!
05/Feb/13 12:32 PM
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Wonder about the undies though!
05/Feb/13 12:48 PM
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Hi Sacky,
It looks like I'll have to get a copy of this ''Urban dictionary'' sounds like it would be very educational !
05/Feb/13 12:52 PM
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Mr. Google introduced me to it Ykm. I love the tone of its definitions - lots of fun.
05/Feb/13 12:54 PM
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G-H. evidently when addressing Queenie it is M'am - rhymes with spam.
05/Feb/13 1:27 PM
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all. Back from the drug pushing, had dinner, watched the eveing news and pondered on Kathy's first puzzle after her sabbatical. I've been reading all of the comments.
05/Feb/13 1:31 PM
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I submitted an answer to the puzzle. Must give some credit to Prof. X. L. D'Spredsheet after thinking about the 30% clue.
05/Feb/13 1:34 PM
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Keith, if I figured correctly, we would have waited 3 hours and 12 minutes for you to get your 22.
05/Feb/13 1:36 PM
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The health care controversy: one (just one, not the most important) of the reasons I joined the military was because of the promise of health care for me and my family for life if I made a career of the Air Force. After I retired (and before Medicare), THEY reneged. That was rectified, fortunately, More...
05/Feb/13 1:47 PM
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Shosho - You put the key in the ignition slot, turn, and start, the car. Put the car in gear (depending on the way you want to go, forward or backward), and step on the right pedal. To slow or stop, use the left pedal.
Ninety percent of the manual is the maker trying to CYA.
05/Feb/13 1:56 PM
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Peter - that was a very funny joke... once I saw Jane's post and looked up myxomatosis.
Thanks Jane.
05/Feb/13 2:03 PM
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Youkidme - look at the video again. The brown bear is real until it disappears for a second. Then it doesn't look real until it disappears again at the end, and emerges as a real polar bear.
Funny commercial, though.
05/Feb/13 2:07 PM
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Geez, I got loo, lol, and a CP plus.
05/Feb/13 2:09 PM
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Ah, HalT, my car doesn't have an ignition key. In fact it doesn't have any key at all! It doesn't have a stick shift (or was shift stick. could never remember which). Instead I have this little joy stick with R N and D (no drive 1, 2, and D) and no P (but there is a P button to the left of the joy stick).
05/Feb/13 2:18 PM
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My brother once told me when he was living and working in Belgium, he and his boss would occasionally have to drive about for business. His boss' favorite dish was roasted rabbit. But it always came with the head still attached to the body. After the umphteenth time bro asked the waiter why the head? The waiter answered so you would know it wasn't a CAT!
05/Feb/13 2:21 PM
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Shosho, you use the R to Race and the D to Drag.
The 'P' button is for push. You use it when it breaks down and you need to push it.
05/Feb/13 2:31 PM
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Sacky, I love your definition of 'marm'. And where does one find this urban dictionary?
05/Feb/13 2:31 PM
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Wow Shosho, I really am behind the times. No key? A joystick? I think it's a good thing that I'm (probably) on my last car.
05/Feb/13 2:36 PM
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Well, Sacky, the somewhat old I have, bespectacled, yes. virgin? I don't think so after two sons! And I don't think I'm stingy, I just look for a good bargain!
05/Feb/13 2:41 PM
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No reins either, Hal. That must have surprised you!
05/Feb/13 2:42 PM
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Peter! It'll be the first race where I'd shoot backwards!!!
05/Feb/13 2:43 PM
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Peter, you little you!
05/Feb/13 2:44 PM
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Pete - Old, yes. Ancient, no.
05/Feb/13 2:48 PM
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Thank you Jane! Peter's joke went right over my head until you posted.
05/Feb/13 2:49 PM
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Jane, is there a web site where one could go to check on the condition of your niece's son?
Or perhap contribute to his recovery?
05/Feb/13 2:57 PM
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I suspect that most things go over your head, Shosho. Seein' as yer build so close to the ground 'n all!
05/Feb/13 3:00 PM
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Make that 'build'....built. OK!
05/Feb/13 3:02 PM
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Near the bottom of the page Hal, wotcha gonna do about it?
05/Feb/13 3:05 PM
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He11, I'll give it a try, Pete.
05/Feb/13 3:06 PM
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We're almost there...
05/Feb/13 3:06 PM
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05/Feb/13 3:07 PM
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