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 and TOPPer! 19/Mar/13 2:05 AM |  |
 everyone for the condolences of my Aunt. She always said she would live to be 100. I am just sorry that none of us Outside family will be able to attend since she lived in Alaska. 19/Mar/13 2:19 AM |  |
 everyone!!! 19/Mar/13 2:47 AM |  |
 Glad I was able to usher you down memory lane, Keith! 19/Mar/13 3:32 AM |  |
 Although Lake Superior, one of the five Great Lakes in North America, is only the world's fourth-largest lake by volume, it has enough water to submerge both North America and South America to a depth of almost 1 foot (about 30 cm). 19/Mar/13 3:54 AM |  |
 Daplap, Does that mean if all the water of Lake Superior were dumped into the oceans, both Americas would lose any lands that is only 1 foot above sea level presently or does that mean all the lands would be under water with 1 foot above the submerged highest mountain? Cuz submerge means to be underwater. 19/Mar/13 4:12 AM |  |
 Morning all, greeted with a smile,that is nice.Sue ,your Aunt would have seen a lot of changes,may she R.I.Peace. 19/Mar/13 6:20 AM |  |
 One of the residents that live in the aged care facility where my Mum is had her 101 birthday last week and is still very active. 19/Mar/13 6:22 AM |  |
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 I am wondering which of the memories Keith was referring to - stripping wallpaper, getting a bathtub delivered, or showering at a neighbor's? 19/Mar/13 8:37 AM |  |
 Time to head home from school. Some day soon I will get time to tell you about my encounter with three pit bulls last week! 19/Mar/13 8:46 AM |  |
 Good afternoon to all! That chap is enjoying where he is, but we've seen this photo before I think. Who is this fellow? 19/Mar/13 8:46 AM |  |
 How about that for a teaser! Bye. 19/Mar/13 8:46 AM |  |
 Shosho, it means that both continents would be covered (ground level) with one foot of water. 19/Mar/13 8:47 AM |  |
 Jamie, are you out biting dogs again? 19/Mar/13 8:49 AM |  |
 Or with the neighbour? 19/Mar/13 9:18 AM |  |
 (Reply to Jamie). 19/Mar/13 9:19 AM |  |
 shosho - it says 'submerged to a depth of almost 1 foot (about 30 cm).' So, I guess mountains AND batteries are not included. 19/Mar/13 9:31 AM |  |
 Hello everyone!Off to tennis - jigsaws finished!Catch you later, I hope! 19/Mar/13 9:31 AM |  |
 jamie, my memories are of a special order bathtub insert delivered a month after promised, and LOTS of showers at neighbors. We did live through it, and are happy with the end result, so there's that. 19/Mar/13 10:09 AM |  |
 Hmmmm . . . now that's an even funnier site to see a foot of water covering all lands. I'm trying to figure out how one coats a foot of water on the mountain sides! In a quote by anonymous - I'm not a complete idiot; some parts are missing! 19/Mar/13 10:54 AM |  |
 I've even got a squirrel barking at me outside my office window. He looks so serious! Thought it was a little dog until I looked out and saw him at a fork of the maple tree in front of my window! 19/Mar/13 10:56 AM |  |
 to all. My condolences to Vici on the death of her father-in-law and to Sue on the death of her aunt. 19/Mar/13 10:57 AM |  |
 On Saturday I went to the memorial service for an old tennis friend of mine. She was 69 years old. I am starting to realize that I've passed the phase of my life where my parents, aunts, uncles, & other people their age were usually the ones who died. Now more & more often it's my OWN contemporaries who are dying. Kind of a scary realization! 19/Mar/13 11:05 AM |  |
 all. 19/Mar/13 11:32 AM |  |
 I know what you mean, Kathy. I've got less than a year to be as old as my father when he died. But, on the other hand, my mother died at 92. But, on the third hand, that's only 17 years away. 19/Mar/13 11:37 AM |  |
 And the way time seems to be passing these days, that's little or no time. 19/Mar/13 11:39 AM |  |
 I agree with that, HalT - time does seem to fly these days. 19/Mar/13 12:14 PM |  |
 Nice smile. 19/Mar/13 12:24 PM |  |
 Whoa, HalT, you gave your age away! 19/Mar/13 1:05 PM |  |
 Aw Shosho, I never knew it was a secret. I have never been ashamed of, or secretive about, my age. Actually, I think it something to be proud of. 19/Mar/13 1:49 PM |  |
 Especially since I'm still active enough to break an arm. 19/Mar/13 1:53 PM |  |
 But for now... It's bed time. Nite all. 19/Mar/13 2:12 PM |  |
 Kayo's daffynitions are getting better all the time 19/Mar/13 2:24 PM |  |
 Good night people of the world. 19/Mar/13 3:10 PM |  |
 Thank heavens this woman has gone to bed. What a poker she is. lol 19/Mar/13 3:35 PM |  |
 Slow day here today. 19/Mar/13 3:35 PM |  |
 Yes V.V. and you should be writing up your Avon orders. 19/Mar/13 3:36 PM |  |
 I'm getting sleepy 19/Mar/13 3:55 PM |  |
 BOPP! 19/Mar/13 3:55 PM |  |

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