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10/Mar/09 2:29 AM

An old Italian lived alone in Rhode Island . He wanted to plant his annual tomato garden, but it was very difficult work, as the ground was hard.

His only son, Vincent, who used to help him, was in prison. The old man wrote a letter to his son and described his predicament:
10/Mar/09 2:32 AM
Yeah Appy! I love the time change in the spring NOT! My kids don't want to go to bed on time because a) they are not tired yet as their biological clocks don't shift as quickly and b)there is still light outside the window which clearly means more playtime. And then come the next morning they do More...
10/Mar/09 2:38 AM
Jill, The "local" library is 12 miles - 1/2 hour away...
10/Mar/09 2:47 AM
I like the change, means longer days and shorter nights for me. As much as I love to sleep lately, I want to keep going incase something happens and I miss it.
Though, I have no school age children, I do not have to get up to go to work, sort of and seems like I have more time with hubby. Though on some days that is not a good thing.
10/Mar/09 2:49 AM
I thought the day lights saving was also for school bus riders. They would not be waiting for the bus on the side of the road in the dark. Or has that changed since the short time ago I was waiting for the bus on the side of the road?
10/Mar/09 2:50 AM
Jerry, is there a problem with that?
10/Mar/09 2:51 AM
1:40 Maen! Surf's up!
10/Mar/09 2:53 AM

Lovely spring like day here. It's really nice to finally have the windows open!
10/Mar/09 3:10 AM
Yep. I live in the country. I don't do towns very well... Once every week or two, for groceries and or necessities, is more than enough.
10/Mar/09 3:14 AM
Fish cake plans have changed. There will still be a cake but minus the fish. My fondant, which generally dries really fast, especially if I leave it out uncovered never did what it was suppose to and the fish looked strange. Might find some corks and some little twigs and string to have hanging around the cake.
10/Mar/09 3:14 AM
I know the feeling Jerry. I too live in what I call no-wheres-ville. There is a little town about 10 miles away. I grumble about going to the big town once a week for necessities.
Though for the health of the delicate condition of your sudoku friend and her interest....hehehe I will attempt to try to wait for your return to the cyber world.
10/Mar/09 3:18 AM
2:31 Good morning. I'm taking a sudoku break and find a photo of someone's ocean break. An ocean break's bigger and always there. A sudoku break must of necessity today be short. How am I going to read from last night and all this morning? Did Madby3 reach 333? It shall have to await a lunch break (which would normally be now, says my clock, but not my tummy).
10/Mar/09 3:24 AM
Two nights of torrential downpour here, and now a gray, gray day. On the household front, does anyone know an expedient way to unstick an underpad from a hardwood floor? Oh, my aching hands.
10/Mar/09 3:24 AM
Jerry and Karen - We're rural too. It's a half-hour drive to get to the closest "real" town and 1&1/2 hours to get to anywhere big enough to have a Trader Joe's and Costco. I love it!!!
10/Mar/09 3:30 AM
good morning sudokuland! or good night...whatever. hope you are all doing well. a big shout out to vici. i haven't seen you in a while. hope you a busy doing fun stuff.
10/Mar/09 3:33 AM
Good Maen to everyone!
10/Mar/09 3:45 AM
Hello, Debby. Here's a hug. How are you doing?
10/Mar/09 3:51 AM
Hang 10.
10/Mar/09 3:51 AM
10/Mar/09 3:51 AM
Cathy, I found this information by Googling "padding residue on hardwood floor"

Remove degraded carpet padding with heat gun and metal putty knife. Be careful not to burn the floor.
Remove carpet padding residue with acetone and paper towels.

I have a heat gun that I use for crafts and other things. They sell them at craft stores.
10/Mar/09 3:52 AM
Thanks, Keith.
10/Mar/09 3:53 AM
Kathy, you're a gem. We got the heat gun out yesterday, a painstaking task. The acetone tip is a good one, though and I'll try that next. The guck is like glue! Oh, the adventures we have ...
10/Mar/09 3:56 AM
Cathy, when I had to remove glue and did not have a heat gun, I took an old rag/towel something I would never use again and a hot iron. I do not envy you and your task.
10/Mar/09 4:05 AM
Hello Plum - I am doing okay. Thanks for asking. I am starting to sleep better. I have been sick with a cold and it is almost gone, so that helps too.
10/Mar/09 4:16 AM
Another for you, Debby. Keeping you in my thoughts
10/Mar/09 4:51 AM
Most years in Michigan we get a very deep, wet snow mid-March and that's the last of the serious snow. Maybe we can have a Sudoku luncheon in Kalamazoo either late April or mid-May? Does that sound good, Debby? Jane, does that suit your travel plans? My birthday's April 29th and I'll be out of state the first weekend in May.
10/Mar/09 4:51 AM
HI all! That will teach me to give you difficult riddles - I haven't a clue if those who submitted answers are right or wrong - well I have the sneaky feeling they're all wrong, but won't name any names just in case! Here's the answer in full to the other day's riddle!

You can travel 840 More...
10/Mar/09 4:57 AM
Here's today's one - answers to the dishonest inbox please!
While digging a hole his back he did bend.
When asked how deep it would be in the end,
He replied "I'm halfway, and this I will vow,
You can see how far above the top my head is now".
"But when it is More...
10/Mar/09 4:59 AM
10/Mar/09 5:09 AM
Ok Fiona - I just dropped in with 6 minutes left in lunch!! I am going to have to come back later to do your riddle.
10/Mar/09 5:56 AM
no correct answers yet Jamie - come on!
10/Mar/09 5:58 AM

When Pope John Paul was getting up in age the Vatican started an early campaign to ''recruit'' a successor. They interviewed many applicants and
after many months of interviewing they narrowed the search to TWO final candidates: Bishop McLaughlin from Dublin Ireland and Bishop Sicola from More...
10/Mar/09 6:45 AM
I always try to be helpful when I can.
10/Mar/09 6:55 AM
I'll wait for a word riddle, Fiona! Math is not my strong suit (not only that, but in metres?)
Double !!!
10/Mar/09 6:59 AM
My partner in crime appears to be napping, and a hush has fallen over Sudokuland. You are such kind thoughtful people as to keep the noise down while she is sleeping.
10/Mar/09 7:49 AM

As the CEO of this organization, I have resigned myself to the fact that Barrack Obama is our President, and that our taxes, and government fees will increase in a BIG way. To compensate for these increases, our prices would have to increase by about 10%.
10/Mar/09 8:16 AM
Why do you have a hot water heater when you don't need to heat hot water?
10/Mar/09 9:39 AM
Andre' Bugger all is very strongly used in Australian slang too.
10/Mar/09 9:46 AM
Good Morning Shar! (For the second time today!) How can you leave page 3 unfinished?
10/Mar/09 9:51 AM
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