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Good Maen, good people!
04/Aug/10 12:00 AM
Good Maen
04/Aug/10 12:00 AM
Hello everyone!
04/Aug/10 12:00 AM
Where's John?
04/Aug/10 12:01 AM
Good Maen Ladies
04/Aug/10 12:01 AM
everyone, Plum & Dorthea.
04/Aug/10 12:02 AM
Do Frogs sleep?
04/Aug/10 12:05 AM
That's the first frog I've ever seen that looks desperately in need of a kiss.
04/Aug/10 12:08 AM
Good Maen John,Dorthea,Plum,Shiela
04/Aug/10 12:09 AM
Expecting a hidden prince, Plum?
04/Aug/10 12:15 AM
Hello, Old Hickory! How are things in SC?
04/Aug/10 12:16 AM
To all Sudokuists
04/Aug/10 12:17 AM
Love the photo!
04/Aug/10 12:18 AM
Thanks for asking, Shiela. We are finally getting some rain. About 1-1/2" Saturday and the same this morning.
04/Aug/10 12:20 AM
Glad to hear, Old Hickory. I hate dry spells even more than too much rain. (Obviously, I don't live in a flood plain.)
04/Aug/10 12:25 AM
Good Maen friends!
04/Aug/10 12:30 AM
precious creature!
04/Aug/10 12:36 AM
I notice Phantom and perhaps others did not recognize the "Go Blue" reference yesterday.

To bolster your cultural literacy:

University of Michigan's "Let's Go Blue":

http://www.entertonement.com/clips/hcwcxctjws--Let%27s-Go-BlueUniversity-of-Michigan- More...
04/Aug/10 1:05 AM
http://www.entertonement.com/clips/hcwcxctjws--Let%27s-Go-BlueUniversity-of-Michigan-Marching-Band-M ichigan-Wolverines-_-

(reposted without the More... interrupting it)
04/Aug/10 1:06 AM
Question: Something I have always wondered about...
IF green plants make oxygen, is there less oxygen in the air in the northern (or far southern) climates in the winter when the leaves are off the trees than in the summertime? In year-around hot climates, is there more More...
04/Aug/10 1:08 AM
everyone!

That little guy needs a friend...

The answer to yesterday's puzzle: the SMALLEST number is 6020 (six thousand twenty)
AND, no, in the U.S. we don't tend to put an More...
04/Aug/10 1:10 AM
Kathy, AND I almost used a whole pad of Post-it notes!
04/Aug/10 1:13 AM
Here you go, Shiela...

Yes, there is a season cycle to oxygen. Generally as trees lose their leaves in the boreal fall, the CO2 in the atmosphere goes up and O2 goes down. But that is because the organic matter in the leaves gets oxidized back into CO2. In the boreal spring, as the trees More...
04/Aug/10 1:17 AM
AND you got 22!
04/Aug/10 1:17 AM
Kathy, you took my breath away -- or was that a falling leaf that just passed my window?
04/Aug/10 1:20 AM
Everybody, take a deep breath and try this one:

I am third, I can sense, and I am the home of many. We aren't the same but we sound like we are.

What are the three of us?

Answers to the "Geez! I've inhaled a leaf!" inbox, please.
04/Aug/10 1:23 AM
I sent an answer - and a question - to your inbox, Kathy.
04/Aug/10 1:29 AM
Lunch and then off to the polls to vote for a gubernatorial candidate for November's general election. I am also casting my vote for an upset whose time has come. Hope my guys win.
04/Aug/10 1:33 AM
Lo tengo, Plum!
04/Aug/10 1:34 AM
Thanks, Kathy! Now I can breath easier.
Another question: Is there a health advantage for people in higher oxygen areas?
Should we all move south as we get older?
04/Aug/10 1:36 AM
Shiela, My aging bones want to fly south, especially in the winter time! Now I have a better excuse. We could be neighbors in Florida from November through March?
04/Aug/10 1:44 AM
Kathy, I'm glad I've also got a translator.
04/Aug/10 1:46 AM
The seasonal lack of oxygen in temperate zones could explain a lot of the behavior in Washington, D.C., and likely in Canberra, too, eh?
04/Aug/10 2:04 AM
Ribbit!! What a slimeball . Although I would prefer a frog to the garden snakes that were all over the bike path this morning. I must have used up all my brain cells yesterday on the riddle, as I have no clue to today's.
04/Aug/10 2:32 AM
And how does all this oxygen talk relate here where we're a mile high and have thinner air to begin with?
04/Aug/10 2:33 AM
Judy, what does that mean for people further north than DC??? Does it effect voters, too?
04/Aug/10 2:36 AM
Opps! 'affect'
04/Aug/10 2:37 AM
No hope for you, Shannon!
Actually, I guess that's where altitude changes come into play. You mountain-toppers adapt to it! It's us low-lander visitors you have to worry about!
04/Aug/10 2:40 AM
Adorable tree frog! He or she needs a kiss.
04/Aug/10 2:41 AM
I am fully oxygen-ized at the moment and my behavior is impeccable! But, then, it IS summer!
♫♪ Summertime, and the breathing is easy....♪♫

04/Aug/10 3:03 AM
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