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 GMo, love the markings on Sammi! Looks like a little tiger! 25/Jun/08 2:00 AM |  |
 Drat! I didn't notice ! 25/Jun/08 2:01 AM |  |
 Word of the Day..glutinous : GLOOT-nuhs, adjective.Of the nature of glue; resembling glue; sticky...mmmm, can see the 'what the heck' expression of you guys..well this was sitting in my Gmail and dunno what to do with it...so sent it straight here..may you all learn/enjoy what I have More... 25/Jun/08 2:23 AM |  |
 Shosho, have a wongerful trip and enjoy your grandson. 25/Jun/08 2:29 AM |  |
 No Appy it is ringing in the ear caused by too much glue 25/Jun/08 2:43 AM |  |
 or is that glutinitous..... 25/Jun/08 2:44 AM |  |
 all - warming up, but still beautiful 62° (9:30), forcasted hi 80° by weekend in the 90's. Great concert last night. Taj Mahal with Dr. John (who has also appeared at Britt a couple of weeks ago) in a James Taylor Tribute: "EVERYBODY HAS THE More... 25/Jun/08 2:47 AM |  |
 Afternoon All....Shosho, Have a stupendous trip....as Keith said, The guys can take care of themselves...they are more resilent then we ladies believe...or are led to believe....Mo...Sammi is beautiful! 25/Jun/08 2:48 AM |  |
 ok with this elementary math riddle I sign off..One brick is one kilogram and half a brick heavy. What is the weight of one brick?and do chk out my page for the "parked puppies" in front of a london apt.cheers. 25/Jun/08 3:07 AM |  |
 Home, again. I was at the gate to "standby" for the first flight at 0600. No one else showed up until after 0700. I flet a little foolish. Even so the flight was over sold, so I couldn't get on. I did get on the More... 25/Jun/08 3:19 AM |  |
 My "ex" just sent this: HAPPY WOMAN A woman in her fifties is at home, NAKED, happily jumping on her bed and squealing with delight. Her husband watches her for a while and asks,"Do you have any idea how ridiculous you look? What's the matter with More... 25/Jun/08 3:33 AM |  |
 I missed out where Shosho is going. Wherever that is I hope she enjoys the trip 25/Jun/08 3:38 AM |  |
 HOME, Jerry!!! The ordeal is over!! You lived through it. I will not fly anymore. I find it is quicker and less stressful driving, even halfway across the country. Then, when you arrive, you have your own transportation. 25/Jun/08 3:40 AM |  |
 Oh Heidi. I love flying. If you are flying it means you are going somewhere a long way away and interesting. There is no sesation of speed yet you know the miles are flashing by at a rate of knots and the clouds outside remind you of heaven rather than hell. Sometimes the fat lady put next to you More... 25/Jun/08 3:52 AM |  |
 I agree, Rayray! If I'm in a plane it means I'm going somewhere special! Really long flights mean I'm going somewhere extra special!Up, up, and away! 25/Jun/08 4:07 AM |  |
 Jerry, hang in there with saving those frequent flyer miles. In 2005 Rob & I finally managed to trade in our miles with US Airways for 2 round trip Business Class (wow!) tickets to & from Auckland, NZ. We paid our own way from there up to OZ. It took us EIGHT years of charging More... 25/Jun/08 4:17 AM |  |
 Rayray & Kathy - I'm with you! Despite the aggravations often encountered in traveling, to me the adventures & discoveries to be found at the faraway destinations far outweigh the challenges of getting there. I've been to five continents so far & hope to make it to the remaining two (Africa & Antarctica) before I die. 25/Jun/08 4:23 AM |  |
 Aweeaw Kathy: I love that airplane. Looks like an Aeroflot apology for one, but at least it is an airplane. 25/Jun/08 4:25 AM |  |
 Kathy, I love your airplane smilie & your new sand dollar avatar! Your collection of those little artistic additions must be vast by now 25/Jun/08 4:26 AM |  |
 Rayray, we agree on Kathy's airplane, too! 25/Jun/08 4:28 AM |  |
 Jerry, I know I'll get a lot of mileage out of your joke! What a riot!And speaking of mileage, I also love to fly, and those long flights (to Tahiti and Australia, so far) gave me more time to anticipate the fun that was to come. New Zealand, next, I hope. 25/Jun/08 4:45 AM |  |
 Mind the sheep in New Zealand, Kathy, they might make you gay! Sheep are very devious. What we need is halal sheep. 25/Jun/08 4:53 AM |  |
 Another perk of a long flight, you know you're piling up those frequent flyer miles! 25/Jun/08 5:04 AM |  |
 We also use a credit card to get mileage, Kathy.EVERYTHING goes on the card! It's amazing how quickly it adds up. 25/Jun/08 5:08 AM |  |
 Good afternoon to all! Hi there Swee' Pea! Where's Popeye? 25/Jun/08 5:30 AM |  |
 Gloria/Sydney! I'm not sure if you're still lurking or not, but 25/Jun/08 5:32 AM |  |
 Popeye is in the Vatican 25/Jun/08 5:34 AM |  |
 A man absolutely hated his wife's cat and decided to get rid of him one day by driving 20 blocks from the house and leaving the cat at the park. As he was getting home, the cat was walking up the driveway.The next day he decided to drive the cat 40 blocks away. He let the beast out of the car More... 25/Jun/08 5:34 AM |  |
 CG: That is very interesting. The human natural sense of direction is subject to perversion. 25/Jun/08 5:45 AM |  |
 Enjot Chicago performing "Saturday in the Park." 25/Jun/08 5:45 AM |  |
 Oops! Enjot = enjoy! 25/Jun/08 5:49 AM |  |
 CG: General information: I have no sound. I am only interested in the word as written. 25/Jun/08 5:50 AM |  |
 Oooh, I wonder if we are ready to turn the page? 25/Jun/08 6:05 AM |  |
 Kathy and Rayray, I love to travel too, but don't get to do it much. I've been to Oz, North America, (Three countries, if you count going to Tijuana as going to Mexico, tee hee), Belgium, Germany and, if you really stretch it, London, Bahrain and Singapore. The last three were stop overs on the More... 25/Jun/08 6:07 AM |  |
 Rayray, Popeye the Sailorman is in the Vatican? 25/Jun/08 6:12 AM |  |
 I can't resist this...TA DA!!! GMo on the bear skin rug! 25/Jun/08 6:22 AM |  |
 Howdy Greg, loved Saturday in the Park, brought back memories from way, way back. 25/Jun/08 6:24 AM |  |
 Kathy/MD, forewarn us the next time those flying pigs come over okay? It could get quite messy! 25/Jun/08 6:39 AM |  |
 I love going on a plane because I just love flying! You know I did apply for the "Teacher in Space" the one on which Christa McAuliffe died. I know the tragedy of it but I thought for a few minutes there she was in space and I salute her for all she did. 25/Jun/08 6:40 AM |  |
 I am going for it! 25/Jun/08 6:40 AM |  |

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