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I may be beating the drum too hard, but...
Today's tough puzzle easily resolves with a Y Wing Style.
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19/Mar/07 8:28 PM
Happy Birthday (Rosemary's) Ben.
I hope you have a wongerful day and that your mother lets you stay home from school to celebrate your last birthday as a non-teen.
20/Mar/07 12:01 AM
2:15 Maen! Big wheel, keep on turnin'... Proud Mary keep on burnin'
20/Mar/07 12:03 AM
Col, I wouldn't have been fussy. If I couldn't have had David Cassidy, Leif Garrett would have been OK by me too, John Paul Young could have stood next in line. 11:11pm and bedtime
20/Mar/07 12:07 AM
Good MAEN. Relly nice picture of the paddle-wheeler riverboat.
20/Mar/07 12:07 AM
2:53 with interruptions.
Good evening everyone.
Lovely photo.
20/Mar/07 12:08 AM
JPY - yes! ..........but again ........you look now and wonder why! lol.

12.18am here - and bedtime.

20/Mar/07 12:13 AM
2:21 - can't seem to get any faster. The rain has let up and I saw a daffodil yesterday - maybe spring will happen after all.
20/Mar/07 12:13 AM
Woke up to SN-- this AM
20/Mar/07 12:16 AM
Morning. Fell asleep watching TV. So now I'm really off to bed.
20/Mar/07 12:18 AM
Good Maen! I have enjoyed reading the Heartthrob discussions (David Cassidy, Davy Jones, Leif Garrett, etc.) I loved all of them when I was young. Now as a 41 year old woman, I would put Jon BonJovi, Richie Sambora and Steven Tyler in that catagory. Some may question my Steven Tyler infatuation, my husband doesn't get it at all. lol
20/Mar/07 12:18 AM
Good Maen: Its been 4 years since 'shock and awe'
God help us for what we have done.
20/Mar/07 12:20 AM
2:23 Hi to all. Wonderful riverboats.

Thought for the Day:

The average pencil is seven inches long, with just a half-inch eraser - in case you thought optimism was dead.
20/Mar/07 12:21 AM
Obituary of the late Mr. Common Sense

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense,who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was,since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape.He will be remembered as having cultivated More...
20/Mar/07 12:33 AM
GrannieMo, that is FABULOUS!! And unfortunately so true. Thanks for sending that one, it should give us all something to think about and consider bringing dear old 'common sense' back to life.
20/Mar/07 12:38 AM
Nice picture! I would love to cruise down the great Mississippi someday. What an adventure that would be or even the St. Lawrence Seaway......
20/Mar/07 12:41 AM
laughter is the best medicine they say,to get you outa 'blue'...
lemme try some..
Where do Indian batsmen perform there best?
In Advertisements
20/Mar/07 12:47 AM
When would a indian batsman have 100 runs against his name?
When he is bowling!
20/Mar/07 12:48 AM
and the most fitting one..especially after their performance against the Bangladesh..
What did the spectator miss when he went to the toilet?
The entire Indian Innings!!!!!
20/Mar/07 12:49 AM
good one Mo, - 'it's not MY fault' said with big wide eyes and a really miffed look on the face - that's the worst! Mind you, if you DO admit to something being your fault these days, people don't even believe you! You just can't win.
20/Mar/07 12:52 AM
and heart of herat like many indians,i still hope they will make it to the last eight..and even to the semis..life is after all full of hopes w/o which its meaning less..
and i love our team so much that i can never hate them whatever may be the result..
20/Mar/07 12:53 AM
Now, now, now, Ap, don't be like that. Give the blokes a go! I'm sure they did their best.
dropped catch!!
Caught in the slips!
The Indian wicketkeeper

Ap, I just gave you some smilies for them.
20/Mar/07 12:53 AM
2:21, Maen, this looks like a river boat I rode in New Orleans, before the hurricace. Looking to ride a ferry in Montreal this July. Never understood there being a Manly Fairy in Sydney. Oxymoron?
20/Mar/07 12:54 AM
2:08 Anyone ever been on one of those Mississippi riverboat cruises?
And as to hearthrobs, yes, Davy Jones did it for me back in the day, then it was Burton Cummings of the Guess Who. Today--can't go wrong with Bon Jovi, but I'd trade them all for breakfast with The Boss, Bruce Springsteen.
20/Mar/07 12:54 AM
make that hurricaNe
20/Mar/07 12:56 AM
My daughter's bedroom wall was absolutely covered in Bon Jovi posters so it was either love him or hate him. I thought he was a bit of all right myself, still do.
20/Mar/07 12:58 AM
just wait and watch...
(things may still change!)in what way dont ask..
20/Mar/07 1:02 AM
20/Mar/07 1:04 AM
I still vote for Janet Lennon and Annette Funicello. There aren't as many female singers.
20/Mar/07 1:05 AM
Good Monday Maen, all!

I agree with the David Cassidy contingent, although Hugh Grant did a good job in ''Music and Lyrics''...(watch those hip moves at your age, Alex Fletcher!)

Of course, Paul McCartney was the ''cute'' Beatle!
20/Mar/07 1:05 AM
Sorry, Ap, I just couldn't resist it!
We haven't got the cricket televised as far as I can see, so I'm missing it all.
20/Mar/07 1:13 AM
20/Mar/07 1:17 AM
I didn't realise it was so late!!

Good night everyone, good nigh Ap.

20/Mar/07 1:17 AM
Anne you are missing your beauty sleep again.
20/Mar/07 1:17 AM
Wow, is that boat the Julia Belle Swain? It takes evening cruises out on the Mississippi from LaCrosse, Wisconsin. John Hartford (he wrote Gentle On My Mind) wrote a song about her and life on the Mississippi River system. 'For everyday you work on the Illinois River, get a half-a-day off, with More...
20/Mar/07 1:20 AM
Ap, 1st Indian batsman out, caught by a 19 stone Bermudian policeman, now large dent in ground.
20/Mar/07 1:31 AM
Yes, Aileen, how could I forget Paul McCartney? A terrible oversight ...
20/Mar/07 1:32 AM
Maen, y'all! No one has mentioned Elvis. Early Elvis was quite a heartthrob, but too old maybe for us.
20/Mar/07 1:36 AM
When I was 13, the World revolved around Pat Boone and his white bucks. After that, I never got into the ''heartthrob'' stuff ... I adored lots of music but never mistook the artist for the music. Who did I think was ''cute''? ... not many were very attractive in those early days ... Paul McCartney ... and Bon Jovi is STILL a Babe!
20/Mar/07 1:57 AM
Great photo of a great boat. Wish I could be on it right now. The day looks like it would be perfect for a ride on the river.
20/Mar/07 2:00 AM
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