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Remember, guns don't kill people, bullets do!!!!!
Hey, SUZANNE: Hula is very popular in Southern California. The funny thing is, there are no Hawaiians teaching or taking the classes that my daughter and granddaughter take! They think it is great fun and excellent exercise. Since you are familiar with the dances ... the instruction we had at More...
1:46 - is this right???
For Public Relations: Words kill people too, depending on who says what and how it is heard!
good maEn everyone
I couldn't belive that they needed metal detectors in our high school untill 3 were charged with wepons possession. It is a terrible thing to see on the news and worse when in your town. the children see there is control over thier enviorment through wepons which is a shame.
great family, beautiful kids ... bet they keep you busy
1:26 5:55pm Monday here
Well good luck Rosemary with a guns law debate. A few weeks ago I 'discussed' this with someone called Renee in chat.She got a little stroppy about her family's right to have guns in the family, and apparently it was alright because they had always had guns in the house when she was a child!!!
People make the choice to use the guns with the bullets ... thats what kills!
when you have a president that rules by the gun ... what more do you say!!!
your kids must be terrified to go to school and must never feel safe .... my sympathies to you all for such an existence.
I would suggest some blame on nations that rule by the gun, but I put more blame on the media exposure that focuses on the gun. The 'so-called' civilized countries spent an inordinate amount ot time and fascination on crime and violence. Our television programs seem to focus on this big time. Our More...
You don't need guns to kill people, as we all know, but it sure makes it a whole lot easier...
Eye halve a spelling chequer
It came with my pea sea
It plainly marques four my revue
Miss steaks eye kin knot sea.

Eye strike a key and type a word
And weight four it two say
Weather eye am wrong oar write
It shows me strait a weigh.
As soon as a mist ache is More...
SUZANNE - sure wish we had known of your hula expertise when you were in Tampa! Be sure to pack your grass skirt on your next visit to FL as Ed & I will ply you Mai Tais & convince you to perform for us! ED, you would enjoy that, right??!! Do you have any good Hula CD's?
1:56! I'd like to see how the current law suit against the car manufacturers turns out (the one being brought by California blaming the car manufacturers for the greenhouse gases and therefore a drop in the standard of living) - if California wins its case then it creates a precedence for a case More...
BETH - that is SO clever!! Grate retort!
It was very easy but I am 57 and my mind can't do anything under two minutes. There is a punch line to this but I will just leave it open
Grate poem Beth. Eye like it two!
blonde comment

A man is driving down a country road, when he spots a farmer standing in the middle of a huge field of grass. Of course the famer is a blonde. :)

He pulls the car over to the side of the road and notices that the farmer is just standing there, doing nothing, looking More...
time for sleep zzzzzzzzzzzzzz good nite/day
3:24 It's staring to cool a little, still hot here. The Dog Whisperer is great.
Beth, your poem reminds me of the story of 'Ladle Rat Rotten Hut' - http://tlc.ousd.k12.ca.us/~acody/ladlerat.html
Jim from Maryland, I have heard it said that the optimum age (brain-power-wise) for doing Sudoku is 22... how many of us are that age? (not me!)
Ahhhh....tricky, tricky...I thought we were getting a pet-free flower picture, and what do you know...there's a cat hiding in the flowers. LOL Personal best of 2:12 today. Yeha.
Yes Hugh, they are. We weren't talking about sport. Stay with the program. Never watched Carnivale. Tried to once - too wierd for my taste, and the bit I did watch made no sense. So that wasn't my cup of tea. The last comment isn't worth the trouble.
Things that make you go Hmmmmm, I watched an interview with the cast of House, and one of the actors said that Hugh Laurie has the cast addicted to playing sudoku!
Rosemary - 'Your Kids must be terrified toi go to school' THAT is a big statement and one that I would find a bit insulting if it was directed at me. If my kids were even worried about going to go to school, I would be doing something about it, but terrified- no-one would be at school.
I defend the absolute right of anybody in the whole wide world to have a gnu. They are freindly and intelligent and keep the grass down. Or you could choose a wildebeest.
The answer, Baz, is blowing in the wind....
and remember: gnus don't kill people, elephants do
negotiate, negotiate, negotiate. and then kill them
beth from ny gets no bell for that joke.
'I remember gnu..........'
Good one, Beth from ny. That's the good old 'English' language for you.
''How can you shoot innocent children?''

''Waal, m'am, you don't lead'em as much.''
All these people using gnus to kill people is giving us a bad name. Take the gnus away and no one will ever again be harmed by one. Remeber: a loaded gnu is a pile just waiting to happen.
Also had a good laugh at the Nobel Prize joke!
Kathy and Ed: I may still have Teresa Brewer's 'Aloha from Hawaii'...on vinyl of course...for my encore, I do a graceful rendition of 'Lovely Hula Hands'..and Judy, I have no expertise in spinning poi balls. We never got that far. Are you sure that's not a Tahitian thing?? Sounds like a good use for poi though, it is fairly inedible as it tastes like paste.
Suzanne - Teresa Brewer, I remember her and that song. Am I showing my age now!! The good oldies. I love listening to them.
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