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Good Maen
11/Nov/09 12:00 AM
have a wonderful day/night wherever you may be in this most wonderful world of ours

11/Nov/09 12:01 AM
Good midday to everyone.
Officially, today is 'Poppy Day' (11th November).
There seems to be revival of media interest in Remembrance this year.
11/Nov/09 12:11 AM
It's celebrated as Veteran's Day in the US. Thank you, veterans.
(It was also my father's birthday - he served in WW II.)
11/Nov/09 12:17 AM
Hello all..take a look at the smiling/laughing sunset that greeted me this evening. The sun was just out for a very brief time before setting and presented a striking pose, along with the birds hurrying home.
11/Nov/09 12:22 AM
Our eyes are always the same size from birth,
but our nose and ears never stop growing.
11/Nov/09 12:28 AM
There are only four words in the English language which end in 'dous':
tremendous, horrendous, stupendous, and hazardous.
(You're not possibly doubting this, are you ?)
11/Nov/09 12:29 AM
Hello, all. I haven't been spending much leisure time on the i'net lately. I have had several big events I've been attending and working on - 3 this week. I only got a small bed planted with bulbs yesterday because of all the leaves and weeds I pulled out. It will look nice in spring. Four more beds to go before the ground freezes.
11/Nov/09 12:37 AM
[November 2009;
revised; since 12/11/07 & 13/11/08]

Poppies shine as red as wasted blood on Flanders field;
seeds scattered far, like grains from wind-blown sands.
Long memories of death their ephemeral petals shield -
with crimson; to reflect cruel More...
11/Nov/09 12:42 AM
G'Mo - I was just contemplating the nose and ear growth because I've been moving my non-bifocal glasses down on my nose to read -- and I've reached the limit of the length of my nose and the size of my ears to hold the glasses on my face.
I was just telling my family that that must be why one's ears and nose never stop growing, so they can keep up with the need to push glasses down to read!
11/Nov/09 12:42 AM
appy - we've been having deeply colored sunrises and sunsets here in SW MI.
11/Nov/09 12:43 AM
GMo - how about blizzardous (Michigan in the winter), backwardous (Georgia - pretty much year 'round), roundous (Jane - since retiring).

Any more, folks?
11/Nov/09 12:47 AM
Oops! Forgive me. GOOD MAEN, ALL!!!
11/Nov/09 12:48 AM
Rayray - have finally caught up with all your recent delightful poems. Thank you for sharing them with us!!!
11/Nov/09 12:49 AM
The Red Poppy poem just gets better with each revision.
11/Nov/09 12:51 AM
I will not CP; I will not CP; I will not CP.
11/Nov/09 12:51 AM
Thanks for your comment about the poppy poem. I did spend a lot of time on it this year. I shall post a copy on My Page later today
11/Nov/09 1:01 AM
Ditto, Jane... Thanks, rayray!
11/Nov/09 1:02 AM
The presentation is now on My Page and looks quite good.
11/Nov/09 1:04 AM

P.J. O'Rourke Quotes (American political satirist) Part 2

- Feeling good about government is like looking on the bright side of any catastrophe. When you quit looking on the bright side, the catastrophe is still there.

- Giving money and power to government is like giving More...
11/Nov/09 1:10 AM
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11/Nov/09 1:10 AM
Couldn't resist that one!
11/Nov/09 1:11 AM
to you,
to you,
dear Dino!!!
to you!
May your special day be wongerful with a and lots of !

11/Nov/09 1:11 AM
One more for a cp and then I shall bravely face my students with a peculiar case of laryngitis! I think I shall teach them sign language today!!!
11/Nov/09 1:12 AM
Sounds like a plan, shosho!
11/Nov/09 1:17 AM
Dino's birthday is Remembrance Day !!!
In future that realisation will make it easy to remember.
Happy birthday Dino !!
11/Nov/09 1:17 AM
On the news this morning, the WWII veterans were speaking about their tours and the things they have done since. The news anchor actually said the words "Real quick now, John, what areas did you serve and what were your duties?" I just about laughed myself off my chair. Old man? War story? Real Quick? No way.
11/Nov/09 1:19 AM
There are two words in the English language that have all five vowels in order: 'abstemious' and 'facetious.'
(Yes, admit it, you are going to say, a e i o u)

TYPEWRITER is the longest word that can be made using the letters only on one row of the keyboard.
(All you typists are going to test this out)
Unless you have a French keyboard
11/Nov/09 1:29 AM
War stories from those of our teachers who had served in the forces duing WW2; and in one case even about flying hss tiger moth in WW1, were the usual red-herrings at school - in avoiding 'work'. They were great stories - and from their consistency - absolutely true.
11/Nov/09 1:31 AM
Love your typing facts the last couple of days, GMo, but when you type one-fingered, few apply to me!
11/Nov/09 1:33 AM
A man in my hometown was a prisoner of war in WW II and did not talk about it until he was in his eighties when he realized that history would die with him if he didn't.
11/Nov/09 1:42 AM
Shiela - taking a course in typing in high school was one of the smartest things I ever did. During much of my working life I was a freelance writer, and I never would have made my deadlines if I'd been a one-finger typist!!!
11/Nov/09 1:44 AM
You can tell that I was more into calligraphy!
11/Nov/09 1:45 AM
But for one-fingered, I AM pretty fast!
11/Nov/09 1:46 AM


11/Nov/09 1:46 AM
In my school system it seemed that if you were in "college prep" classes and art classes, the typing classes were never offered during the times you had free.
11/Nov/09 1:49 AM
Good find, Ian!
11/Nov/09 1:52 AM
Happy Tuesday!
11/Nov/09 2:15 AM
Lets get off page 1 - climb aboard.
11/Nov/09 2:52 AM
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