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 Good Maen, good people. 'Indian Summer' here in Michigan. 11/Nov/10 12:00 AM |  |
 everyone!Hello, Plum.Foggy start to our day again here in Michigan. (And, no, it's not in my head. Coffee would be nice, though!) 11/Nov/10 12:01 AM |  |
 I can't make it out, Joann. Is Hank a lizard? 11/Nov/10 12:03 AM |  |
 1:59 Good evening everyone!That looks like a small goanna, photographed by Joann(a). 11/Nov/10 12:04 AM |  |
 No fog where I am. But then, I'm drinking yerba mate. 11/Nov/10 12:04 AM |  |
 The look on Katie's face would match mine, I'm afraid! 11/Nov/10 12:07 AM |  |
 1.54 Looks more like a Sleepy Lizard, or a Blue Tongue. 11/Nov/10 12:14 AM |  |
 Lest We Forget 11/Nov/10 12:17 AM |  |
 Hi all.There follows a short, simple article that explains the Remembrance Day poem I posted yesterday on My Page - if any explanation is required. 11/Nov/10 12:22 AM |  |
 Remembrance Day 2010 - Notes - RayrayFor many, it is again a time to wear velour poppies; white or red; as symbols of Remembrance of the wartime dead. The original purpose of Remembrance Day was restricted to honouring those who laid down their lives in the First World War, but this has since More... 11/Nov/10 12:22 AM |  |
 Contd}Thus, as a generalized event, going ‘over-the-top’ has earned its own iconic status as a memorial to entrapped bravery, and in-so-doing it also highlights the wasteful futility and brutality of war and killing as means of solving human problems. 11/Nov/10 12:23 AM |  |
 Thank you for sharing your poignant poem, Rayray. 11/Nov/10 12:33 AM |  |
 The line in your history lesson says it all... "the wasteful futility and brutality of war and killing as means of solving human problems". Sometimes you wonder if the lemmings have company. 11/Nov/10 12:38 AM |  |
 dino and Helen! Hope you are both having a great day! 11/Nov/10 1:08 AM |  |
 HI all! Hope everyone is well and that it's not nearly as wet with you as it is here. Riddle answer for yesterday was 'prison' and correct answers came in from Aileen, Hal, Heidi and Neil. Double marks to Neil as I left his name off the winner's list the other day. Apologies, apologies, lots of More... 11/Nov/10 1:13 AM |  |
 Fiona... We'll take PC problems from Phantom ANY DAY over the alternative! 11/Nov/10 1:16 AM |  |
 Make that "possible" alternative! 11/Nov/10 1:18 AM |  |
 A new sort of teaser today which you may need a piece of paper to solve; answers to the 'somewhere over the rainbow' inbox please. Diagramless is a special form of crossword puzzle. It is the same, just you have no idea where the black squares are, you have to use the answers to the clues More... 11/Nov/10 1:18 AM |  |
 I just got up and Fiona wants me to do a diagramless crossword puzzle. I hate those things and I always skip them in the puzzle book. 11/Nov/10 1:36 AM |  |
 Where's Keith? 11/Nov/10 1:37 AM |  |
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 You may have the day off Dorthea! 11/Nov/10 1:38 AM |  |
 Looks more like a skink. One of those snakes with legs. 11/Nov/10 1:44 AM |  |
 Thank you Fiona. 11/Nov/10 1:44 AM |  |
 Lest we forget. I remember the red poppies sold by the veterans when I was a child, but haven't seen them in recent years. 11/Nov/10 1:45 AM |  |
 maen all Y'all 11/Nov/10 1:55 AM |  |
 Aileen, Out in the sticks,where I live, there is no problem finding "buddy poppies". Two years ago I was at a military commissary store. The "American Ex-Prisoners Of War" were selling a similar artificial flower. White petals with a yellow center. 11/Nov/10 2:03 AM |  |
 I think Hank is adorable! I always had pet lizards when I was a kid. 11/Nov/10 2:11 AM |  |
 Hopefully, I'll finish my "well house" today. The building at least. I'll still have wiring and plumbing to do. I do need to get the pressure tank, switch and controller in out of the weather. The trench the pipe is in needs to be back-filled before a freeze. 11/Nov/10 2:13 AM |  |
 Jerry, I remember our old model needed a "house" over it AND we had to string a lightbulb out to sit inside the box in really cold weather. 11/Nov/10 2:25 AM |  |
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 Plum, the light bulb resonates with me. At "the other place" I have a "clip on" reflector light aimed at the pressure switch to keep it from freezing... 11/Nov/10 2:35 AM |  |
 Plum: I used to sit on one of those tea-chest one-holers in the Oz outback.The main problem was the mossies (or 'squitos - whichever), living in the 'damp' of the cess-pit.They voraciously bit the bum - no doubt with dirty mouthparts. 11/Nov/10 2:45 AM |  |
 Good morning. My calendar shows Remembrance Day as tomorrow for Australia, but, of course, it is tomorrow for our Aussie friends. It also shows Sunday, the 14th as Remembrance Sunday. We in the U.S. observe Veteran's Day tomorrow and Canada observes it's Remembrance Day then, also. Canada More... 11/Nov/10 2:46 AM |  |
 Beautiful - garden? And this in an area with a relatively short growing season. Tacoma, Washington, USA http://www.hoa-viet.com/forum/showthread.php?p=116252 11/Nov/10 2:47 AM |  |
 Well, darn it! I thought I had changed my avatar, but evidently it didn't "take"! 11/Nov/10 2:48 AM |  |
 That avatar now is spectacular, Kathy. 11/Nov/10 3:02 AM |  |
 No one else want... 11/Nov/10 3:03 AM |  |
 I have a meal to cook. See ya later 11/Nov/10 3:03 AM |  |

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