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G'day mates. Here's today's daffynition:
pandemonium — bamboo-eaters on the loose
Fact or Fiction?:
Before coming to power, Slobodan Milosevic briefly hosted a radio talk show about soccer.
Answers to my F-o-F inbox please.
Elephant's feet = FACT (everyone got that one right!)
05/Jun/14 12:00 AM
Good Maen
05/Jun/14 12:00 AM
A Thought For The Day:

It's hard to write a good drinking song. I can never make it past the first few bars.
05/Jun/14 12:00 AM
friends!
Not seeing any shadows...
Ahhhhhh! Cooler today!
05/Jun/14 12:00 AM
all.
05/Jun/14 12:00 AM
No wonder Africa doesn't have many tulips.
05/Jun/14 12:02 AM
Kayo & Doug - You always bring a or !!
05/Jun/14 12:03 AM
it is going to be HOT today 90+
05/Jun/14 12:03 AM
(Hello, Shosho! Your luck is waiting...)
05/Jun/14 12:03 AM
Nope! Sue snatched it first!
05/Jun/14 12:03 AM
I can't tell who looks less happy, the prospector or the burro.
05/Jun/14 12:14 AM


Pretty Please

In the we have Judy, Keith, Kathy, Canuk Greg, Peter, and Aileen. Food prizes today. and
05/Jun/14 12:29 AM
See if you can figure out the words in this 'pyramid' using the hints given below. Each new word contains the same letters as the previous word, plus a new letter. Order need not be preserved.

1) Thirteenth letter of the English alphabet
2) Amplitude Modulation
3) Tangled mass
4) More...
05/Jun/14 12:29 AM
everyone!
How odd that everyone is so well versed on elephant feet.
05/Jun/14 12:33 AM
The books are Stray, Lab rat One, and Cassandra by Andrea K. Höst. The only reason I didn't mention it was because I had last week when the rebus was way late.
05/Jun/14 12:40 AM
Happy Wednesday!
Still puzzling over Serena's #7 and #8.
Graduated college in 1978, so my chemistry is a little rusty (or should that be 'oxidized'?)
05/Jun/14 2:21 AM
Picture looks like it's right out of some Western movie.
05/Jun/14 2:21 AM
Yea well ... I'm stumped on #4 on down.
05/Jun/14 2:22 AM
everyone!!!
05/Jun/14 2:23 AM
Doesn't seem to be anybody else around.
05/Jun/14 2:23 AM
Oops. Maybe so.
05/Jun/14 2:23 AM
05/Jun/14 2:23 AM
Gotta be quick when shosho's around.
05/Jun/14 2:24 AM
Shiela, seems like only yesterday you were complaining about cooler temps.
05/Jun/14 2:31 AM
I'm stuck on #8. Which, of course, means I may have others wrong.
05/Jun/14 3:03 AM
....and my cordless mouse just died. I have changed the batteries, but it's still not working. I'm using one with a cord and it's driving me nuts.
05/Jun/14 3:06 AM
Lots of yesterday's comments were about the Outlander books, because the next in the series is coming out soon. I also posted a comment that got no reaction, so I'll try it again here:
All of you Outlander fans, are you aware that it is going to be shown as a series on Starz in the same way that More...
05/Jun/14 3:18 AM
Sacky, I just tried to download a William Horwood book to my Nook, but discovered his books are not offered on Nook format. I also discovered two choices. Did you mean the novel Duncton Wood, or Duncton Tales, Volume One of 'The Book of Silence'?
05/Jun/14 3:52 AM
2.00
05/Jun/14 4:41 AM

Before time gets away on me altogether a one and all!!
05/Jun/14 5:37 AM
Good morning.
05/Jun/14 6:41 AM
Up early because I have to go and meet someine for an appointment, and mu nerves won't let me sleep.
05/Jun/14 6:42 AM
Mr P is just making a cuppa, maybe that will settle the butterflies.
05/Jun/14 6:43 AM
1:39. Good morning everyone.
05/Jun/14 7:14 AM
I like the James Patterson/Alex Cross books and pretty much anything by John Grisham. Also Patricia Cornwell. Obviously, I like mysteries.
05/Jun/14 7:14 AM
Credit where credit is due ... it was mariane From barooga that came up with the idea that we all suggest favorite books. I think it's a great idea.
05/Jun/14 7:27 AM
Keith, the The Duncton Series are 2 trilogies. Titles in order:
Duncton Wood, Duncton Quest, Duncton Found. The second trilogy, The Book of Silence is made up of Duncton Tales, Duncton Rising and Duncton Stone. I reckon I've read the lot at least 3 times, with the same enjoyment as Tolkein's Hobbit and Lord of the Rings.
05/Jun/14 7:27 AM
Sorry 'is 2 trilogies'.
05/Jun/14 7:29 AM
I have cleaned out 2 full bookcases in the last 12 months, but not 1 William Horwood was donated to charity.
05/Jun/14 7:30 AM
Good morning everyone, by the way.
05/Jun/14 7:30 AM
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