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 WHEEEEE! 23/Jul/11 2:21 AM |  |
 Ok, got to go, hubby is nagging me to start exercising so we can go shopping afterwards. 23/Jul/11 2:21 AM |  |
 Ohhh..I thought shopping IS the exercise!!! 23/Jul/11 2:31 AM |  |
 G'day mates. Here's today's paraprosdokian: "When tempted to fight fire with fire, remember that the Fire Department usually uses water." 23/Jul/11 2:32 AM |  |
 Shosho - From Historical Trivia: At local taverns, pubs, and bars, people drank from pint and quart-sized containers. A bar maid's job was to keep an eye on the customers and keep the drinks coming. She had to pay close attention and remember who was drinking in'pints' and who was drinking in 'quarts,' hence the phrase 'minding your 'P's and Q's'. 23/Jul/11 2:40 AM |  |
 Kayo - ever heard of starting a back fire. They do that quite often in major fires - to stop the larger fire from spreading further. 23/Jul/11 2:42 AM |  |
 Eve - yes, we have used back-fires often enough here to halt an advancing prairie fire. The intent of the paraprosdokian is that the latter part of a sentence or phrase is surprising or unexpected; frequently used in a humourous situation. It often has exceptions in reality. Soon, however, we will be providing misinterpretations of common words to help enlighten peoples' day. Stay tuned. 23/Jul/11 3:02 AM |  |
 Here's an example: WUSBAND n. Ex-husband. 23/Jul/11 3:06 AM |  |
 Lovely photo. If I was there I'd jump in on a day like this ,35 degrees centigrade! Probably a big mistake though ,right? 23/Jul/11 3:09 AM |  |
 I might have to look up penuche now too. I thought it was frosting. 23/Jul/11 3:12 AM |  |
 One of my favorites, Kayo.. If I agreed with you, we'd both be wrong. 23/Jul/11 3:12 AM |  |
 It can be frosting, Karen. As I said on the "other" site, my mom used to make it when I was a kid. It tasted like caramel. My brother always asked for a spice cake with penuche frosting on his birthday. She must have thinned it for the cake, but it was yummy. 23/Jul/11 3:16 AM |  |
 My in-door/out-door thermometer is reading 101°. I am off to get a pedicure. The polish will probably melt off before I get home. 23/Jul/11 3:22 AM |  |
 Welcome back, Phantom. 23/Jul/11 3:30 AM |  |
 My cookbook failed me! Actually, it is TM's cookbook. My cookbooks are in a box upstairs. 23/Jul/11 3:35 AM |  |
 PENUCHE FUDGE Read more about it at www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,177,155171-226193,00.htmlContent Copyright © 2011 Cooks.com - All rights reserved. 2 c. light brown sugar1/2 c. water1 1/3 c. condensed milk1 tbsp. butter1/2 tsp. vanilla1/2 c. nuts More... 23/Jul/11 3:38 AM |  |
 Easy Penuche FrostingIngredients:•1/2 cup butter•1 cup brown sugar, packed•1/4 cup milk•2 cups sifted confectioners' sugar, more or less•hot water, optionalPreparation:In a saucepan, melt 1/2 cup butter. Add the brown sugar. Bring to a boil and lower heat to medium More... 23/Jul/11 3:40 AM |  |
 That's not Phantom - that's a bat ! 23/Jul/11 4:04 AM |  |
 Eve,I don't believe your origin of 'minding your Ps and Qs'It surely addreses a problem in crowded pubs where someone is drinking a lot of beer. Before joining a long Q to buy another beer the customer should have a P - and hope there is not another long Q 'there'. 23/Jul/11 4:08 AM |  |
 Another scare. Electricity died again. This time instead of making accusing phone calls, I checked the box again.Now, I want to know why that switch keeps popping? Also, noticed it did it at the same time it went out the other day. Is it heat related? Today, I am running my machines during the day, but that is not the switch that popped. 23/Jul/11 4:23 AM |  |
 Good afternoon to all! Nice photo Joann. 23/Jul/11 4:48 AM |  |
 Karen, which breaker is it? Is it theone for the whole house or one of the sub-breakers? 23/Jul/11 4:54 AM |  |
 It is two, one with a bunch of stuff hooked up to it. The FPA--freezer, fridge and ceiling fan, which are always on. And living room, TV, computer, ceiling fan, oscolating fan and air conditioning. 23/Jul/11 5:06 AM |  |
 Only thing I am doing different today is running the washer and dryer during the day. During the summer, I do that at night, since my goal is to keep this house cool during the day. Those machines were not disturbed. 23/Jul/11 5:11 AM |  |
 Karen - It does sound like overloads; and yes, since most household breakers are "thermal-magnetic", heat can be a contributing factor in their tripping. You're better off running non-essential loads at night, if possible when the air is cooler. 23/Jul/11 5:23 AM |  |
 That is the norm, Captain J. Just I did not do that this week, and we are going out tonight, hate for people think we are the main attraction along with the bearded lady. 23/Jul/11 5:32 AM |  |
 Only did two loads, just to ensure everyone had at least shorts and shirt to wear. 23/Jul/11 5:32 AM |  |
 2.00 23/Jul/11 5:37 AM |  |
 Ooooh, Karen, that would be nice! 23/Jul/11 5:38 AM |  |
 Karen, when the loads are at or near maximum, it only takes a very brief overload - like the dryer kicking on - to trip the breaker. Electric dryers have a brief, but high, inrush current as the tumbler motor and the heaters kick on. Even a gas dryer that has a *LOT* of clothes in it could be enough to do it. 23/Jul/11 5:43 AM |  |
 An electrician friend told me to "just stay out of the laundry room" until this hideous weather cools off. Ironing was included in the warning. I love that man. 23/Jul/11 5:51 AM |  |
 Sounds like good advice. Take it!. 23/Jul/11 6:02 AM |  |
 Karen - If the circuit breakers keep tripping, you may have to have an electrician check everything. Better than having a fire. 23/Jul/11 6:07 AM |  |
 Reminds me of a bumper sticker I saw long ago - "Let an electrician check your shorts". 23/Jul/11 6:11 AM |  |
 That might be electrifying, Captain J. 23/Jul/11 7:12 AM |  |
 I know you are trying to help, and today, I could blame using the extra machines, during the heat, and I really mean heat of the day. Does not explain, I think Monday when it happened. Or, why to flips the living room breaker, only, oh and that other room. 23/Jul/11 7:19 AM |  |
 Goodness, we have been lingering way down here forever. 23/Jul/11 7:20 AM |  |
 I attempted to take a nap, and still came back way down here. 23/Jul/11 7:20 AM |  |
 Tingling, even. 23/Jul/11 7:21 AM |  |
 Just made two little girls, highly unhappy. Since they could not take their naps, I did not see that we were going to the fair.The world has ended. 23/Jul/11 7:21 AM |  |

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