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24/Feb/13 12:00 AM
Good morning. Rather wet here at the moment.
24/Feb/13 12:01 AM
1:39. Good night everyone.
24/Feb/13 12:02 AM
It's been raining for over 24 hours here too June (but only lightly) - everything's soaked!
24/Feb/13 12:03 AM
It is pouring down here Chris. Radar shows it should be clear by morning.
24/Feb/13 12:04 AM
Well That was harder than I thought.

VV Cal First CAB (hehe sorry not) off the rank and missed her ride. 7/8

June Secon place but with a Full house 8/8

Jamie The wiley Texan is a bit unsure of no7 but has been to New York or Brisbane or watches too much TV. 8/8
24/Feb/13 12:04 AM

Ok for tonights effort there was no listing sooooo once again
my own concoction. UU know the rUles.

Feel free to use Google or whatever else that helps with these ones.

Answers to ny QUUUensland inbox please.

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24/Feb/13 12:08 AM
Good Maen friends!
So glad I wasn't the only one who missed one, Mr. Cee. My perfectionism was driving me crazy!
24/Feb/13 12:10 AM
DOH Sorry ppl here are the answers.

1. train; rain
2. there; here
3. twins; wins
4. terror; error
5. their; heir
6. tissue; issue
7. taxis; axis
8. town; own
24/Feb/13 12:13 AM
I'm hitting myself in the head, Mr. Cee!!!
24/Feb/13 12:19 AM
Especially since the original boxy-shaped Yellow taxis were made in the city I lived in for 16 years - Kalamazoo!!!
24/Feb/13 12:22 AM
That said.... Hello, everyone!
No today!
But it's Saturday...
24/Feb/13 12:23 AM

I always get a chuckle when you mention Kalamazoo. I have been there but still is a funny name for a town. And yes we have our fair share of them here as well.
24/Feb/13 12:25 AM
It's a corrupted Potawatomi Native American word meaning 'boiling water'!
24/Feb/13 12:35 AM
My hubby could legally 'I've got a gal in Kalamazoo'!
24/Feb/13 12:38 AM
forgot 'SING'!!!
24/Feb/13 12:39 AM
My son could really sing that song! It was one of the signature songs for the community show choir he was in.
24/Feb/13 12:41 AM
What a beautiful setting - I'm wondering if this is person-made in someone's yard?
24/Feb/13 12:43 AM
We're almost there?
24/Feb/13 12:43 AM
24/Feb/13 12:43 AM
Oh, Come On!
24/Feb/13 12:43 AM
24/Feb/13 12:44 AM
I wonder if he still knows all the dance steps?
24/Feb/13 12:44 AM
Well, with that CP I'll be on my way...
...sleeping in, Keith???
24/Feb/13 12:44 AM
I was dancing, Vici!
24/Feb/13 12:44 AM
Shiela - I'm lovin' that you are from Kalamazoo...as a young gal, were you in 'hot water' a lot?
24/Feb/13 12:45 AM
Hope not, Vici! I lived there as a young 'married' person!
Both sons born there.
24/Feb/13 12:50 AM
And, no, there is no connection between being in 'hot water' and my sons being born!!!!
24/Feb/13 12:52 AM
Karen, tell me - is it really 'Sword Swallowing Day' today?
24/Feb/13 1:31 AM
24/Feb/13 1:33 AM
Good one Mr Cee.
24/Feb/13 1:35 AM
24/Feb/13 1:53 AM
What a lovely spot! I wonder where it is?
24/Feb/13 2:19 AM
Oh, by the way.....

''According to Yellow Cab Co. tradition, the color (and name) yellow was selected by John Hertz (Co. founder 1914) as the result of a survey by the University of Chicago which indicated it was the easiest color to spot.''

I wonder if that is the same Hertz as the rent-a-car company?
24/Feb/13 2:21 AM
1. Teaching Math In 1950s -- A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100. His cost of production is 4/5 of the price. What is his profit?

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24/Feb/13 2:33 AM
John Hertz: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_D._Hertz

born Born Sandor Herz in Hungary...
24/Feb/13 2:36 AM
Good skiing yesterday and it snowed nearly all day long.
24/Feb/13 2:37 AM
Expecting a LOT more snow tonite into Sunday!
24/Feb/13 2:37 AM
Could be almost a foot in the resorts, and 4-6' along the Front Range.
24/Feb/13 2:38 AM
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