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 Thank you. I could spend easily 2 hours without stress. This game is good for making me calm down. |  |
 Good maEn to all, heres something to ponder If electricity comes from electrons, does morality come from morons? |  |
 Also:- If quizzes are quizzical, what are tests? |  |
 Hi sjlee from Cleveland! I was born & lived there until 1967. Have been back only a few times to visit. Many improvements have been made since the days when the Cuyahoga River caught fire from all the pollution. Is it your job that is stressful? What do you do? |  |
 Will someone in the S.Hemisphere please explain what 'Waitangi Day' is? There is an Aussie/Kiwi bar in Seatte that has a 'Waitangi Day celebration' on their marquee... |  |
 Some men are like Slinkies, no use but we do smile when we see them tumble down the stairs!!!! |  |
 Waitangi Day commemorates the signing of a treaty at Waitangi on 6 February 1840 by a group of Maori chiefs and the British Government, represented by Lieutenant-Governor Hobson. The treaty was subsequently signed by other Maori chiefs in various locations throughout the country. The question of More... |  |
 This exhibition provides a brief history of how Waitangi Day has been commemorated since Governor-General Bledisloe gifted the treaty house and grounds to the nation in 1932. The gift and the events of 6 February 1840 were first officially commemorated there two years later. In the last 25–30 years More... |  |
 Waitangi Day commemorates the signing of a treaty at Waitangi on 6 February 1840 by a group of Maori chiefs and the British Government |  |
 Sorry from your comment was not there when i entered mine! |  |
 Looks like you looked it the same time I did...I live in FL! and I know nothing about New Zealand! |  |
 It's a natiq (seal!) |  |
 Same here its a good thing we have the internet!! Mind you if we didnt we wouldnt be on Sudoku!! |  |
 Thanks Yvette and nameless poster re: Waitangi Day. Seems like it isn't really celebrated much there since the controversy? |  |
 This time it took 1:14, and another natiq! |  |
 Hi Amber...It is nice to have you around again. Sounds like the new job is agreeing with you. Weather here in AZ has been in the mid to high 60's. We are in Tucson until Saturday. LK-Doing the easy and then the medium and back to the easy works for me. I don't drink anymore and I call More... |  |
 Dave, I too am a member of the CRS club. It comes with age and parenthood, I'm convinced.Ed, you said you like all styles of music. Me too. Are you familiar with a heavy metal band named Queensryche? |  |
 Then don't play! |  |
 Good jokes today. Thank you, Deb from Brisbane, for posting brilliant ones! (And thanks to the others, too, of course) |  |
 Ladies i have a way to stop your man feeling blue.......... |  |
 C'mon, Yvette.........don't keep us hanging! |  |
 Ok then, take the pillow off his face!!!! |  |
 How do you make an elephant fly??......A very large zip and lots of thread!!!! |  |
 Wow! this one took me longer. Maybe I'm tired :) |  |
 You are in rare form today aren't you Yvette? Good stuff, it is making me laugh as I sit and debate the best way to demolish my new computer program! |  |
 Yes well Lk i have tree days of on call coming up so no Sudoku til Monday |  |
 Tree!! did i mean three yes |  |
 Yvette,You have a great sense of humor. Bet you are a fun person to be around . Is there a lucky guy in your life who gets to laugh with you every day? Don't think I know what kind of work you do. Medical field maybe? What are you 'on call' for? |  |
 Hi Kathy & Suzanne, Kathy I saw smoke on my way home from Lakeland but none when I got on Lithia Pinecrest of route 39. I told Barb of your concern, she said how nice of you to care. Suzanne I love that name and the song by Leonard Cohen. Yes I am familiar with Queensryche. In that expanded genre More... |  |
 Yes im married and a registered manager of a children's home but im on call for 5 children's homes. |  |
 Do not take this to mean I like the artist as much as like the music. |  |
 Love the jokes (Deb from Brisbane) I am originally from Brisbane! |  |
 Bonsoir Fraz! vous êtes rentrée à la maison?Howdy Bill,Tx how are you? What does mean Upanatit?Wemaaq, here is -7 during the night and don't going over 0 the day! Today( 2 february ) it's the Pancake Day! |  |
 Yvette - Wow, that's a lot of children to look after! You must have good nerves & good patience in addition to the good sense of humor. Do you have children of your own, too?Ed & Suzanne - I hardly recognize any of those groups. Music is something I know very little about. Maybe you can bring a boom box to our meeting & teach me - ha ha! Do either of you play any instruments? |  |
 Paul:'Mom I don't understand Deb from Brisbane's jokes. Is it 'cause I'm blonde?Paul's Mother:'Yes, Paul, It is' |  |
 Catherine - May I (as grammarmaster explained -not can I!) answer for Bill? I think he meant upanatit as an abbreviation for Up and At It, meaning time to get up & get going. You might wake up your children & say 'Up and at it' to get them out of bed & ready for the day. |  |
 4:07 gettin' better : ) |  |
 and she drop kicks the computer!!!!!! |  |
 Kathy, No I don't play an instrument but my 10 yr old son is a violin virtuoso. Ed, I ask because Queensryche is from Seattle and Geoff Tate and Eddie Jackson and their spouses were just at my husband's 50th BD party, they are clients (and now friends). Really nice folks. (There's my brush with fame)! |  |

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