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Hi, everyone!
03/Feb/17 12:00 AM
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I've never understood the 'New World Order' stuff, including that seal picture.
03/Feb/17 12:10 AM
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03/Feb/17 12:39 AM
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03/Feb/17 12:56 AM
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Drat! Can't get to tough again today. (I guess one s/b grateful to now have an extra 1/2 hour in my day, but there is still the sudoku withdrawal pain...)
03/Feb/17 1:19 AM
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The Groundhog saw his shadow...
(That means six more weeks of winter.)
Happy Groundhog's Day!
03/Feb/17 1:42 AM
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Everyone! I'm up earlier than usual. Bad reason. Have dental apt at 8am pst. Ugh!
03/Feb/17 1:44 AM
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Wouldn't you know...
We have 6 weeks of dreary...
And when you want no sun... it shines!
03/Feb/17 1:46 AM
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I feel for you, Denny!
(Hope it's just for cleaning!)
03/Feb/17 1:47 AM
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It is cleaning. Actually, I think I hate that more than a filling!
03/Feb/17 2:00 AM
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Isn't the New World Order a group whose agenda is one world government with control over all? I think something like that, anyway. I can't say that I understand it, either, Wolf.
03/Feb/17 3:08 AM
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The answer to yesterday's poozle: GHANDI

In honor of the upcoming Super Bowl, winners Judy, Joyce, and Sarah receive the ''Totally Inflated And Tested By Brady'' Crown
03/Feb/17 3:13 AM
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03/Feb/17 3:36 AM
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I'm crowning YOU queen of crown-awarding, Kathy!
03/Feb/17 3:36 AM
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03/Feb/17 4:28 AM
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Sunshine here, the second day in a row. Good luck with the dentist, Denny.
03/Feb/17 4:40 AM
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Okay, that picture was scary. Am I the only one?
03/Feb/17 5:24 AM
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Morning all, first world order...you have got to be joking.
03/Feb/17 5:26 AM
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Yes Terry, imagine if DT was the leader.
03/Feb/17 5:28 AM
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More likely Bannon.
03/Feb/17 5:37 AM
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(Hmmmmm..... Shall I make it two days in a row?)
03/Feb/17 6:12 AM
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No, you're not the only one, Terry.
03/Feb/17 6:13 AM
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Here's a 22 for Keith!
(Hope you have a wonderful day, Keith!)
03/Feb/17 6:13 AM
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Sorry, Sheila, I bumped you!
03/Feb/17 6:14 AM
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Nope! I've been beaten to the punch by a sweet 'Cake Lady'!
03/Feb/17 6:14 AM
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I hope you have a wonderful day, too, Cake Lady!
03/Feb/17 6:16 AM
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Don't like the photo today!
03/Feb/17 6:22 AM
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I'm surprised it got approved, jacalmi.
03/Feb/17 6:52 AM
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03/Feb/17 7:23 AM
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Here is the limerick that I was looking for:

A dozen, a gross and a score,
Plus three times the square root of four,
Divided by seven,
Plus five times eleven
Is nine squared and not a bit more.

And the correct (or close enough) answers came from Wombat and Peter. A round of applause for the all Oz team.
03/Feb/17 7:55 AM
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BTW, the math limerick is attributed to Leigh Mercer (1893-1977), a British mathematician. He also penned the famous palindrome 'A man, a plan, a canal - Panama.'
03/Feb/17 8:03 AM
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''I am getting to an age where I can enjoy only the last sport left. It's called hunting for your spectacles.''
~~~Lord Grey of Fallodon
03/Feb/17 8:08 AM
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JEB submitted the first limerick I received. It was not correct, but... Well, I'll let you be the judge.

The numbers you see on Hal's web page,
Show a formula penned by a sage.
But the equation you see,
Isn't intended to be
Worth your effort to earn a fair wage.
03/Feb/17 8:09 AM
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I'd like to see some more of the 'creative' ones Hal, and who were the six people Kathy. I think I might have got four, but the actor and the tennis player I didn't get near.
03/Feb/17 10:14 AM
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1:40, including a silly mistake. Good morning everyone.
03/Feb/17 10:14 AM
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Sorry but I can't claim any kudos for Hal's limerick. It was something that I recalled that we talked about in Maths at school many years ago.

03/Feb/17 10:46 AM
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I think Jeb deserves a glass of whiskey for his effort.
03/Feb/17 10:48 AM
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I like your attitude Peter!! I'll just hit 'Submit Comment' and go pour a wee dram (whisky, that is - I'll make a Laphroaig) and pretend you're the host. Slainte
03/Feb/17 11:16 AM
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Well, look at the time . . .
03/Feb/17 11:29 AM
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03/Feb/17 11:29 AM
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