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05/Feb/10 1:44 AM
p. 2 too?
05/Feb/10 1:44 AM
I may be fast, but Jerry's faster!
05/Feb/10 1:45 AM
Nice try, Plum.
05/Feb/10 1:46 AM
Yeah, but...
05/Feb/10 1:46 AM
I am finding that the site won't accept some of my posts, if I try to "crowd" them together.
05/Feb/10 1:48 AM
Time to read P 1.
05/Feb/10 1:49 AM
VV Re: Timtams, I know, I know. But I'm not telling. Hah!
05/Feb/10 1:51 AM
Well, I hadn' read p. 1 yet. I'd have kept her in "suspenders"...
05/Feb/10 1:58 AM
Gee, I guess it was my turn to cp.
05/Feb/10 1:59 AM
Time for some puzzles. BTW, I'm only a few sips into my first cup...
05/Feb/10 2:00 AM
OOOoooo, "area 51, again.
05/Feb/10 2:00 AM
Yep, that Tim Tam lady is a sneaky one ...
05/Feb/10 2:03 AM
Montana State Trooper
(This is my kind of twisted humor!!!)

In most of the United States there is a policy of checking on any stalled vehicle on the highway when temperatures drop to single digits or below. About 3 A.M. one very cold morning, Montana State Trooper Allan Nixon #658 More...
05/Feb/10 2:28 AM
Spell checkers don't catch the wrong word if it's spelled correctly.

The last paragraph should read...

The man nodded, turned his wheel and stopped the engine. Needless to say, the man from North Dakota was arrested and is probably still shaking his HEAD over the state trooper in Montana who could run 50 miles per hour.
05/Feb/10 2:32 AM
To: Annie


You should be WINED and DINED. Or at least BEERED and CHEERED!
05/Feb/10 2:36 AM
Your expression and imagination are fine, but I am afraid your punctuation needs better-focussed attention.
05/Feb/10 3:06 AM
Good Maen, everyone. Well, it IS still morning here for another 49 minutes.
05/Feb/10 3:10 AM
I enjoyed yesterday's conversation about early TV shows. I never had any real favorites as a kid because my father wouldn't allow a TV in our house until my siblings and I were all in high school, and since my brother was two years behind me, I was a junior before we got our first TV. I do More...
05/Feb/10 3:16 AM
05/Feb/10 3:21 AM
A puppet show on tv. Kukla, Fran & Ollie.
05/Feb/10 3:33 AM
Jerry, your comment brings back a flood of memories. Although I seldom got to see KF&O on TV, my Brownie Scout Troop attended some of the live shows. I grew up in a suburb of Chicago, which is where the show was produced.
05/Feb/10 3:39 AM
I also remember some class outings involving trips to Chicago to see other locally-produced TV shows like "Quiz Kids". One of my classmates was a grandson of James C. Petrillo, then-president of the American Federation of Musicians, so we always got the best seats in the house.
05/Feb/10 3:45 AM
I think I was still in grade school when we got our 1st TV, but the neighbors had one a year or so before us. As a special treat, I used to get to go their house for 1/2 hour a couple nights a week to watch. I think my Cub Scout troop went to one live broadcast. Don't remember which one...
05/Feb/10 4:01 AM
I just got to hear the "sound of freedom", again. A training flight of two U.S. Navy EA6B's over-flew my location. Bracketed me. One just north. One just south. Brings back a lot of memories. Most good...
05/Feb/10 4:05 AM
I, too, was CPd with Tim Tams. What a wonderful lady she is.

Howdy Doody was my favorite kid show when I was growing up. We got our first TV when I was 6, I think.
05/Feb/10 4:06 AM
I feel so left out! We did not get Howdy Doody on either of our channels in Northern Michigan.
05/Feb/10 4:24 AM
If you were a Yooper, Shiela, you're lucky that you had any TV at all! When did youse guys get indoor plumbin'?
05/Feb/10 4:27 AM
Judy - I had to google "Yooper", and this is one of the fun sites I found: http://www.dayoopers.com/whatwher.html
05/Feb/10 4:41 AM
Here's one quote from that site: "In winter we shovel snow and in summer we swat mosquitoes. During the spring and fall we rest up for swatting and shoveling".
---Peter Oikarinen's reply to the often-asked question of Yoopers, "What do you people do up there?" 1987---
05/Feb/10 4:43 AM
Sorry to make you work so hard, Jane ... not! "Yooper" is a colloquialism of "U.P.'er" ... a resident of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan ... folks known for their independence and creativity.
05/Feb/10 4:48 AM
Good afternoon to all! The craftsmanship in these south-east Asian temples is incredible.
05/Feb/10 4:49 AM

It's late fall and the Indians on a remote reservation in South Dakota asked their new chief if the coming winter was going to be cold or mild.

Since he was a chief in a modern society, he had never been taught the old secrets.. When he looked at the More...
05/Feb/10 4:51 AM
Aging explained....
A group of 40 year old buddies discuss and discuss about where they should meet for dinner. Finally, it is agreed upon that they should meet at Gasthaus Gutenberger restaurant because the waitress's there have low cut blouses and nice breasts.
10 years later, at 50 years More...
05/Feb/10 4:52 AM
This site is educational as well as fun. Thanks for the "Yooper" link, Jane.
05/Feb/10 4:59 AM
As to TV shows that my whole family enjoyed, the Red Skeleton show and Ed Sullivan have already been mentioned, but another show we listened to on the radio and then later watched on TV was Father Knows Best. Of course, as I've said in the past, I was addicted to westerns and science fiction shows, so any and all of those genres would attract me.
05/Feb/10 4:59 AM
Jerry, on station in the Tonkin Gulf, our ship was always shadowed by a pair of big uglies on CAP. More often than not, when they were relieved and headed back to their carrier they would split the bow at just about deck level going BTTW. Whoever was on air traffic radar would announce "here More...
05/Feb/10 5:00 AM
They musta had a big dog tied to the back corner of the house 'cause it pulled the front of the house away from the garage.
05/Feb/10 5:15 AM
I'm off for a bike ride to get limbered up for my TBC class at the health club. TBC stands for "Total Body Conditioning", but after my first session on Tuesday, I refer to it as "Total Body Collapse". I didn't know it was possible for every single muscle in my body to hurt at the same time.
05/Feb/10 5:30 AM
Of course, after the class ended, I also participated in the first 20 minutes of a Zumba class........I keep forgetting how old I am.
05/Feb/10 5:31 AM
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