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 ZZZZZooooommmmmmm! 19/Jun/08 1:36 AM |  |
 I waited & waited for the trolley & then I remembered that Eve was geeting her car serviced! 19/Jun/08 1:37 AM |  |
 I seem to have a strange accent today... That's "getting!", not geeting! 19/Jun/08 1:39 AM |  |
 Thank you to everyone for the lovely birthday greetings here on EASY. Many thanks for all the flowers,pressies, songs, paper hats, glasses filled to the brim, balloons and streamers, birthday cakes, birthday cookies and even a birthday More... 19/Jun/08 1:49 AM |  |
 Hi all! Well done to Greg for yesterday's riddle solution - Mr Reid and the kids worked out that by pushing the blue and the yellow together they would get the green light to open the mysterious door! 19/Jun/08 2:14 AM |  |
 NOW I must go and read all the greetings that were left on my page! I do appreicate them all, it makes my day today. 19/Jun/08 2:18 AM |  |
 Here's today's one -The sun rises every day in the east and sets in the west. One day, Mr Reid and the kids saw the sun rise in the west. How? 19/Jun/08 2:19 AM |  |
 Just wondering if anyone has heard from lady bigfoot since she cleared off up to the hills? 19/Jun/08 2:20 AM |  |
 I'm here, Fiona ... nice of you to care! 19/Jun/08 2:27 AM |  |
 ... at least she knows her name. 19/Jun/08 2:31 AM |  |
 Et tu, Brute? 19/Jun/08 2:34 AM |  |
 Everybody... I seem to have followed up being first yesterday, with being middle second page today. Beautiful photo of a Central American Macaw ( a jungle bird) in the plains of either Australia or the American West. Incongruous, yet it looks right. 19/Jun/08 2:38 AM |  |
 The Banana Stress Test There is a very, very tall coconut tree and there are 4 animals: a lion, a chimpanzee, a giraffe, and a squirrel, who pass by. They decide to compete to see who is the fastest to get a banana off the tree. Who do you think will win? (Your answer will reflect More... 19/Jun/08 2:40 AM |  |
 I am NOT a brute. 19/Jun/08 2:40 AM |  |
 If you picked: A Lion - you're dull. A Chimpanzee - you're a moron. A Giraffe - you're a complete idiot. A Squirrel - you're just hopelessly stupid. " " " " " More... 19/Jun/08 2:43 AM |  |
 This parrot isnt native to Australia.Wonder where it was taken 19/Jun/08 2:43 AM |  |
 Oops ... that lost a little in the translation, Keith! No worries ... we all know that you're a Sweetie Pie! 19/Jun/08 2:47 AM |  |
 Is that possibly a tether on the Macaw's left foot? 19/Jun/08 2:47 AM |  |
 good day all-- beautiful sunny day here in Naperville-- and I am done for the day (it is almost noon)!! yeah-- some free time to dawdle around the house and maybe run some errands-- such a pretty bird. He would make a good jigsaw puzzle 19/Jun/08 2:55 AM |  |
 Judy, Big Foot could be anywhere! Look in your rear view mirror! He's gaining on you! 19/Jun/08 2:59 AM |  |
 Uh, sue b..... you can do the picture as a jigsaw. Just clich the word jigsaw over the picture or sudoku puzzle where it says "play this pic as a jigsaw. 19/Jun/08 3:01 AM |  |
 that's click, not clich! 19/Jun/08 3:02 AM |  |
 Geez, Kathy ... please don't mention "Big Foot" and "rear" in the same breath! 19/Jun/08 3:18 AM |  |
 Good Afternoon Everyone....Hope you are having a good day/night.Miz T...Glad you are still celebrating since I wasn't around for a few days to wish you a great birthday...sounds as if its been good for you...keep enjoying. has, hope your birthday is also happy. Any others who have More... 19/Jun/08 4:00 AM |  |
 Miz T - OK - So make it 3 days of celebration - didn't someone say make it a week of celebration? TO DAY IS THE "BIG" (Acutal) DAY - Have a banana load of fun or is that a monkey load.. - again.....and again...and 19/Jun/08 4:09 AM |  |
 As you can see I'm back from getting my SUV serviced. Yesterday, stopped at the Road Side Rest on the way back from working at Church, did not see my duck with a "doo". The good news is that the chemo & radiation therapy that the Church Treasurer has been undergoing seems More... 19/Jun/08 4:18 AM |  |
 Oh, if you haven't seen the duck with a "doo" - it is in my photo gallery. The first time I saw it - the "doo" looked more like a fan, the photo shows the "doo" a little messy - but this duck shouldn't have a "doo" at all. 19/Jun/08 4:21 AM |  |
 Dorthea - glad you enjoyed my U-tube. I watched the movie last week. I remember when he had a TV show loooong time agoooo. Last night I watched "My Fair Lady", night before "Fiddler on the Roof". I love the old musicals. 19/Jun/08 4:25 AM |  |
 Oh how nice to be back.Just after I posted this morning our Live Box decided to go bang and give up life. So we had to go into town to get a replacement then Steven spent the afternoon re-booting everything - with a little help from our new keyboard pupil without a name yet. Up and running now (the computer!)Peter, Chippie is most appropriate at the moment, toilet training in progress. 19/Jun/08 5:17 AM |  |
 Good afternoon to all! Great photo today. This is the first time I ever saw a yellow and blue cat. 19/Jun/08 5:23 AM |  |
 An Aussie group today, recorded during the special Ed Sullivan show hosted at the 1967 Olympics in Montreal, Canada. Enjoy the Seekers performing "Georgy Girl." ( this one is for Anne, Rola and all those other oz lovers of this group.) 19/Jun/08 5:26 AM |  |
 A travelling salesman was passing through a small outback town when he decided to rest for the night. On the outskirts, he stopped by a farmer's house to see if he could get a room for the night. The farmer agreed to let the stranger stay but warned him to keep away from his young daughter.The More... 19/Jun/08 5:29 AM |  |
 Back from my walk, boy that mile seemed long today. 19/Jun/08 5:39 AM |  |
 Love it, Greg!!! 19/Jun/08 6:13 AM |  |
 2:14 Good morning. Off to do some more exercise. 2 weeks today until the wedding... My obsessive compulsive disorder is coming along nicely. (lose 5 kg, lose 5 kg) 19/Jun/08 7:01 AM |  |
 It has been what, three days since the anouncement of a cat with no name in South West France? Poor kitty! All the theoretically talented people commenting about nothing and everything can't see the gauntlet lying on the floor. My suggested name for the future master keyboard cat is More... 19/Jun/08 7:02 AM |  |
 Oh, so THAT's what you've been going on about, jeb. How about "Napoleon" (cat's kinda do have that complex). or "Fido" or "Jeb"? 19/Jun/08 7:17 AM |  |
 It is only a symptom, Heidi. The ailment, I am afraid, is terminal. Terminal what is yet to be disclosed. 19/Jun/08 7:31 AM |  |
 To Kathy.Looking at the senary i dont think that is taken in the wild beautiful as the the macaw 19/Jun/08 7:52 AM |  |
 Can I do it? 19/Jun/08 8:04 AM |  |

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