Sunday, January 30, 2011

Insert Catchy Title Here

Shopping therapy went well was really nice to spend some quality time with BigSis and Jumble Mash, unfortunately LilSis had other plans...we don't get to do it near as often as I'd like.  I'm really proud of the women my girls have grown into and I love seeing them succeed at being adults....but I sure miss the days when I was the most important person in their lifes :-)  I know, it's sue me!

The Coach store welcomed us with open arms...and a lady with a calculator to help us with the "discounts" sweet :-)  JM got a purse....which she assures me is awesome (purses are one of the topics I just don't "get") and a very cute hat and Big Sis got a purse.  As we were leaving, BigSis shared that she has a tote full of Coach purses!!!

JM found a great deal on she doesn't have to do laundry for another week :-)  Psst...don't tell her I said that!!!  She also got a cute sweater and some socks.  BigSis drug me into a perfume store...I don't know if my nose will ever recover...or my wallet...that crap is expensive!!!

It was so nice just being with them and talking and laughing (because they are crackheads)...and then we finished off the day with fine dining at my favorite eatery...Waffle House!!!  I love a place that has absolutely nothing healthy on the menu!  Mmmmm, Mmmmm good!

Looks like I'll putting in some extra hours at work this week....heading to California next week and have lots to get done before going.  I need a Sugarmama to take me away from all of this :-) 

Hope everyone has a Monday so good that it makes the news !!!

Friday, January 28, 2011


Well thank you very much Congress for not passing the federal's not bad enough that you decided that federal employees should not get a cost of living increase for the next two years....or that military retirees did not receive a cost of living increase for the second straight year....but now I can't even get a new friggin' pencil because we're operating under a Continuing Resolution until you get off your asses and pass a budget!!!

Can you believe I didn't win Jumble Mash's first give-away....I'm afraid this may have an impact on her 2011 Christmas!!!  (Congrats Teresa)

It seems my life has come full circle....I'm 5' viewing the date "requirements" on it seems most women want to date guys at least 5' just like when I was a little kid, I'm not tall enough to ride the good rides :-)

BigSis called tonight...she's having some relationship issues and is a tad depressed so I offered some sage advice and offered to take her and JM to the Outlet Mall in the therapy works wonders :-)

The weather still sucks......I hate winter....please rescue me!

A Happy Weekend to all my friends :-)

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

What did you hear???

Admit it...there is a song out there that you THOUGHT you knew the words to....but found out (or maybe you haven't discovered yet) that you had been singing it wrong for who knows how long!  On of the most famous "misheard" lyrics has to be Bad Moon Rising by Creedence Clearwater Revival!  The correct lyric is "There's a bad moon on the rise"....I, along with about a million other people have always heard "There's a bathroom on the right"!

So, today's question is....what song/lyrics did you (or are you) singing wrong?

More Gold!!!

Good news...better news....Mrs. Hyde, CBG and ib all just presented me with the LOL Award...thank you very much....that's the good news....the better news is that since I just posted on the LOL Award...I won't put y'all through it again :-)  If you want to read the seven things about me, go here !!!  I do sincerely appreciate the awards...thanks again and be sure to check out A Bitch Called Mom, Canadian Blogger Girl, and The Habitual Hobbit

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Thank You Jumble Mash and On My Soapbox

After a less than great truck broke down (fortunately I was close to my cousin/mechanic's shop)...I logged on to find that my lovely daughter Jumble Mash has given me the Irresistibly Sweet Blog Award....

I'm required to list five guilty pleasures....which is hard for me because I don't feel guilty...but here goes

1. just about any form...I love brownies!!!
2. Giving my girls a "discount" when they repay a loan :-)
3. My iPad
4. Playing a new game on my Xbox
5. Reading a book that is even better than I expected it to be.

I'm happy to pass this beautiful award along to Holly at The Duvet Monster Scribbles....she may not be able to identify a cow, but she writes a good story :-)

and On My Soapbox gave me the

As a condition of accepting this award, some rules must be followed:

1. Link to the person who gave you this award (in a post, or in your sidebar, wherever you have this).

2.  Pass the award along to seven other people who post about at least slightly amusing things and tell them (by emailing them or commenting on a post, etc.).

3.  Say seven things about yourself that no one knows (or at least you think no one knows).

4.  Pass these rules on.

I wish to pass this to the following bloggers:
Seven Things You Don't Know About Me.....Hmmmm
1. Baseball bores me to tears...would rather watch bowling!
2. I worked with troubled teens for about two years
3. I've been in all 50 states...and a bunch of countries
4. I enjoy woodworking
5. It took me 14 years to get a 4 year college degree!
6. I owned/raced a dirt track stock car in Australia
7. I'm having no luck with :-)
Hope everyone has an awesome Monday!!!

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Theory vs. Fact

It is so friggin' cold here I saw a penguin wearing a coat!  I hope everyone that's stuck in this weather is finding a way to keep warm and toasty.  Jumble Mash and BF came up for a while today...I think I may have dropped her one time too many when she was a baby :-)  I filed her taxes for her but was unable to convince her that the refund should be deposited in MY account...she's very protective of her money!!!

I'm gonna share one of my favorite "dirty" I imagine I need to start with a warning and disclaimer...THIS IS A DIRTY JOKE...JOKE being the key word!  If you are easily offended...I'm sorry...not for the joke but that you're easily offended :-)

Dad comes home from work one evening and walks by Junior's bedroom.  He sees Junior working on his homework with a perplexed look on his face.

Dad asks Junior if something is wrong.

Junior replied "Well today in science class the teacher tried to explain the difference between a theory and a fact, but I just really don't understand"

Dad thinks for a moment and then says, "I think I can help clear this up with a little experiment"

"Junior, I want you to go ask you sister this question...If a complete stranger offered you 500,000 dollars to have sex, would you do it?"

So Junior runs off and asks his sister and without hesitating she says "Hell yeah I'd have sex with a stranger for 500,000 dollars!"

Junior runs back and tells Dad, "Yeah Dad, she says she would"

Dad then tells Junior, "Now, go ask your mother the same question"

Junior asks his Mom and she seriously considers the question before answering "Junior, I'm embarrassed to admit that yes I would...that money would mean a lot to the future of our family"

Junior reports back to Dad, "Yeah Dad, Mom says she would have sex with a stranger for 500,000 dollars"

Dad says "Well Junior, there you have theory we're sitting on a million dollar business but in fact we have two whores in the house!"

I hope everyone has a great weekend :-)

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Wednesday Wisdom....the last installment :-)

First and foremost....I must plug Jumble Mash's first ever heard right...."Miss I Love to Spend Dad's Money....but Not Mine" is having a GIVE-AWAY, so rush over there and get signed up....she told me there was a no family members can win disclaimer somewhere way down in the fine-print where I couldn't see it cause I'm now officially old :-)

Today was pretty much a pain in the buttocks and I absolutely couldn't wait until quitting time!  As I walked in the freezing rain/sleet to my car....I was still happy that it was quitting time!

Old, single guy food tip of the day...Bob Evans single serving mashed potatos...microwavable....mmmm, mmmm, good!

If I don't get my last 10 pearls of wisdom done tonight, I'll finish tomorrow and you can quietly add "and Thursday Thinking" to the title....thanks in advance for your cooperation.

Oh yeah....I can see some future blogs in the making...I subscribed to last far I got hit on by a Russian potato farmer chick that I'm pretty sure could whip me the best out of three falls....I'll keep searching :-)

Now, on with the wisdom:

41.  Some days, the best course of action is to just stay in bed.

42.  Never take playing cards with nekkid women on them to school...elementary school :-)

43.  Sometimes, the most effective way to teach your kids something is to admit that you're painful as that is!

44.  Asking the cute young blonde working the condom counter if they come in petite will wipe the smug look off her face every time :-)

45.  Legos have no natural predators.

46.  Somehow sand will get into places that water can't!!!

47.  Empathy is a skill that can be learned, with practice.

48.  Every day above ground is a good day.

49.  Compromise is not the other person giving in to your way of thinking!

50.  Nothing...not fame, fortune, power, or more important to me than my daughters!

That's it....that's what I've learned in 50 years :-)  Oh, now you don't have to worry about adding the "Thinking Thursday" thing to the title :-)

Monday, January 17, 2011

I Like It...Thanks Everyone

No skirting the issue....I'm now officially 50 years old...and so far I like it!!!  If yesterday and today are any indication of what 50 is gonna be will be a great year.

The girls and I had a great dinner last night, BigSis was very creative and reached out to old friends and got some comments and photos and made me a book, the gils blew up some baby pictures, wrote poems on them and framed them for me...they are already hanging on the wall, Jumble Mash got me an awesome Masonic Sword...also proudly mounted on the wall, JM's BF got me a book and DVD on the Knight's Templar, I got a gift card, cupcakes, and brownies!

I got loads of good wishes from my bloggin' buddies...thank y'all very much for taking the time to stop by and wish me Happy Birthday!!!  I can honestly say, this has been one of the nicest birthdays I've had in a long I'm gonna go relax on the couch...casue I'm old :-)

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Old Age and Wisdom, Part 4

Wow, I'm 49 years and 364 days old today.....why does that sound better than 50?  My girls are taking me to Olive Garden tonight for my birthday dinner...I think I'll have fettuccine Alfredo with Italian sausage....mmmm, mmmm, good. 

I had originally planned to have my 50 pearls of wisdom done on my birthday but not sure if I'll make it...if not, I'm sure the blogging world will continue to revolve :-)  Sooooooo, here's the latest installment:

31.  Regardless of my compelling arguments, the Department of Motor Vehicles will not accept CHROME as a valid hair color on my license!

32.  No matter where you go, there you are.

33.  Random Acts of Kindness are friggin' awesome...I'm going to do a post on this later :-)

34.  If ignorance is bliss, I should be the happiest person on the planet :-)

35.  Bubble wrap will entertain Jumble Mash more than whatever it was protecting :-)

36.  No politician should be elected to office without having served in the military...this would help them to truly understand what it means to serve and protect our freedoms.

37.  Our elderly should be treated and respected as a valuable national resource...not as an inconvenience...and no, I'm not saying that cause I'm old :-)

38.  Never argue with the doctor about having to wait so long until AFTER the physical is finished...especially if you are due for a prostate exam!!!

39.  No woman wants the perfect man, they all want a good fixer-upper !  "If I could just change this about him..."

40.  Murphy's Law is universal...and doesn't give a crap how good your attorney is at finding loop holes.

I hope everyone is having a great weekend :-)

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Introducing the Warm Fuzzy Award

I crawled out of bed at 6:23 a.m. this fine Saturday morning with nothing more on the day's agenda than doing some laundry, maybe taking BigSis to lunch and a little shopping (my pants keep shrinking).  I turned on my trusty iPad and decided to check out what was happenin' in Blogville...yes, I was in the bathroom at the time but that has no bearing on the I hit the link to Colenic's place, A Smile A Day and was treated to one of the best posts I've ever read!!!

If I had a million dollars... is simply one of the nicest, most thoughtful, generous ramblings....I was so impressed with it...I was inspired to create and present Colenic with the inaugural Warm Fuzzy Award!

As you can see...either I spent big bucks to have a 5 year old graphic designer create the award or I'm a seriously piss poor artist...take your pick!

The rules to the Warm Fuzzy are simple....there are no don't have to tell me don't have to link to aren't obligated to pass it on...just sit back, relax, and bask in the glory of knowing you touched someone :-)

Friday, January 14, 2011

No way...3 awards!!!

I stopped in tonight to read the comments to Jumble Mash's guest post...she really is quite good, isn't she?  Not only did I find many very nice comments from you very nice people....I also found that I've been honored with 3 (count 'em, three) awards!

Jax at You Are Loved...which I think is just the coolest name for a blog and Caterpillar at Musings and Confessions of a Wandering Mind, honored me with the Stylish Blogger Award....yeah, I'm Pimpin' :-)  Thank you Jax and Caterpillar!!!

Jax said she passed this to me "because I just love his style of writing and all the wisdom he has given out in his Old Age and Wisdom posts :)"  If you haven't stopped by You Are Loved and  Musings and Confessions of a Wandering Mind please'll enjoy the visits.  Jax's rules are easier...and I am lazy by I elect to follow hers.  I'm supposed to share 5 things you don't know about me...

1.  I am the 4th of 5 daughters

2.  I haven't dated in about two years!!!

3.  I take a nap just about every day after work.

4.  I didn't learn to swim until I was in my 30s!

5.  I am a total needle wimp....absolutely can't stand to get a shot.

When I think of stylish....I immediately think of Bursts of Bubbles...I think her blog is very visually pleasing and of course her blog is mentally I am happy to pass this award to Bubbles :-) 

I also have found some refreshing reading over at On My Soapbox and am pleased to pass the Stylish Blogger Award to her....and to challenge my fellow bloggers...she has 7 followers as of this minute....I feel she should have many more and hope (thanks to you good folks) to see her followers Monday, Jan 17, 2011!

Then Becca at My Life presented me with the Life is Good Award....thanks Becca!  You should really check out her blog...she makes cookies!!!

I just recently answered the questions that go with award and wouldn't want to bore anyone , so if you'd like to see my responses...they are here .

Now I get to pass on the award....I like this part...

The Angel Diary....Angel's blog is very real
Just Another Day in Paradise...cause Bruce is Bruce :-)
Copyboy...cause us old guys have to stick together...and his stuff cracks me up :-)

Hope everyone has a great weekend.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

A Visit from Mini-Me, Jumble Mash :-)

In a comment on a recent post, my darlin' daughter Jumble Mash insinuated that I am stubborn!!!  I was a shock to me too.  Being the non-stubborn, fair-minded individual that I am...I offered her the opportunity to sate her case....and she did!!! 

So, it is my distinct pleasure to present JM's side of the story:

I cannot believe I haven’t visited Dad’s place before!! Hi everyone! I am here to share with you why I say my Dad is stubborn and that I have no idea why he disagrees. I mean, where does he think I got it from?
Anyways, Dad often times believes he’s a perfect angel. I have no idea who put that in his head, but that’s beside the point. Don’t get me wrong, he is absolutely wonderful and the best dad that anyone could ask for, but he does have his moments.
Exhibit 1
Dad likes things his way. Always has.  If there is an argument, even a playful argument, and he isn’t exactly winning, or his point is invalid, he retorts to “I’m the Dad, I make the rules.”  My sisters and I lose. Every time.
Exhibit 2
He was dating this woman, we’ll call her J, when he left to go on a business trip, which he does a lot. When he returned home from said trip, he unpacked, took a nap, woke up and called J. J was upset with him that he didn’t call as soon as he got home, so he broke up with her. This could be contributed to his fear of commitment that I swear he has, but we’ll chalk it up to stubbornness for now.
Exhibit 3
Dad wanted lights in his basement/woodshop. Dad is in no way an electrician, but instead of waiting for an electrician or someone even a little qualified, he bought a book and wired his woodshop himself. All by himself. No one was around to help if he would have gotten electrocuted.
These are just some of the ways my dad is stubborn. He seems to take things to the extreme sometimes too. Like once I told him he was embarrassing me, and he said, “Fine, I’ll just stop talking.” And he did.
But now I feel like I need to share some of the awesome things he does to even it out.
Exhibit 1
The Money Game- Dad is financially well off and every once in a while, we get to play the money game. He pulls out all of the cash in his pocket and we get to guess how much is there. If we guess right, we get all of it. I have never won. The closest I’ve gotten was $1.00 off, and he did give me the dollar difference because it was so close. And I’m not talking about five or ten bucks in his pocket. When I was a dollar off, I guessed $115.00 and it was $116.00.
Exhibit 2
When I get sick Dad goes and puts together a “Get Well Soon” package and delivers it to my house. This usually consists of a stuffed animal, lots of cold medicine, a bottle of Sprite, a gallon of ice cream or popsicles, and tissues. 
Exhibit 3
It doesn’t matter when, where, or how, if I need something, Dad always pulls through. My car breaks down in Mexico? Dad finds a way to fix it. Somehow my bank account was overdrawn by $500? Dad fixes it. Can’t get my iPad to work? Dad drives an hour to fix it. Stupid boy breaks my heart? Dad kills him.
Just kidding. But seriously, he always knows what to say. And he always has an answer.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Old Age and Wisdom, Part 3

This is turning out to be harder than I thought...I mean, I must have learned at least 50 things in 50 years (actually 49 years and 358 days...more or less)!  Guess I'll have to think a little harder.  Did I mention that my day pretty much sucked?  Had two major items I wanted to get finished at work, guess how many got finished?  Right, the big goose egg, zip, zilch, nada....because I got pulled into a two hour meeting about a topic I don't really have any interest in and my opinions have no impact upon....but I sat there and doodled like a good little sheep!

Sorry, lost my train of thought there for a minute...seems to happen frequently these days :-)

Here we go.....

21.  Chances are pretty good that Mondays are just gonna suck.

22.  Many of the mistakes I've made could have been avoided if I had just listened to my Mom.

23.  The best thing about being fat is that I can eat whatever I want, I'm already fat!

24.  2 + 2 doesn't always equal 4...especially if Jumble Mash is your daughter ;-)

25.  The public doesn't always need to know everything.

26.  There is a huge spectrum of gray in my life...very little black and white.

27.  Soft toilet paper may be mankind's best invention.
28.  Maturity is soooooooooooooo overrated.

29.  No matter how big your house is, you'll never have room for all your crap

30.  Forgiving is hard but worth the effort

........more to come.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Life Is Good

Life really is good!  I logged on today and discovered I now have 52 followers...which I find absolutely amazing...I honestly find it hard to believe that people take time out of their busy schedules to read the junk that i write about...a sincere thanks to all of you.

As if that's not enough, I find out that my buddy Barb over at This and That (As I Bounce Thru' Life) has bestowed upon me the Life is Good Award!!! 

Thanks Barb, what a nice surprise on a cold, snowy day.  If you're not reading Barb's blog, you're really missing out on some good stuff!!!

The award comes with responsibilities:

1. First, thank and link back to the person that gave the award.
2. Answer the 10 survey questions
3. Pass the award along to other bloggers whom you think are fantastic.
4. Contact the bloggers you have chosen to let them know about the award

1.  If you blog anonymously, are you happy doing this?  If you aren't anonymous, do you wish you started out anonymously, so that you could be anonymous now?  Sometimes I think it would be nice to "fly under the radar".

2.  Describe an incident that shows your inner stubborn side.  As a rule, I don't think I'm stubborn but Jumble Mash may disagree :-)

3.  What do you see when you really look at yourself in the mirror?  A few more wrinkles than yesterday, a few more pounds than last year, a little less hair, a little more gray, a guy just trying to make it through the day :-)
4.  What is your favourite summer cold drink?  Coca Cola
5.  When you take time for yourself, what do you do?  Blog, play Xbox, read
6.  Is there something that you still want to accomplish in your life?  I want to do whatever I can to make sure my daughters are OK once I'm gone
7.  When you attended school, were you the class clown, the class overachiever, the shy person, or always ditching?  I grew up poor so was pretty much a non-entity at school.  Academics were easy for me so I did what I had to do to get by but didn't expend a great deal of effort.  And yes, I did my fair share of ditching :-)
8.  If you close your eyes and want to visualize a very poignant moment in your life, what would you see?  The morning my mom died...realizing that as much as I dreaded losing her, I didn't want her to endure further suffering even more.
9.  Is it easy for you to share your true self in your blog, or are you more comfortable writing posts about other people and events?  Aspects of myself....I have no problem sharing my stupidity...if others can get a chuckle out of my screw-ups it somehow gives them value :-)  I'm not a "sensitive" man...I doubt that I'd blog about personal problems.
10.  If you had the choice to sit down and read a book or talk on the phone, which would you do and why?  This is a book!  Books are my opportunity to escape...people expect you to actually pay attention when you talk to them on the phone!!!
Now, for the passing of the torch.............I take great pleasure in passing the Life is Good Award to Jumble Mash because I would read her blog even if she wasn't my lovely daughter!  The Empress at The Ranter's Box cause she has the bestest cuss words :-)  And last, but by no means least Jimmy at Jimmy's Opinion because I respect the love he obviously has for his family.
So, do yourself a favor...check out these fantastic blogs, you'll be forever grateful to me for leading you there :-)

Friday, January 7, 2011

Old Age and Wisdom, Part 2

Wow, this has been a hellofaweek!!!  Work has been busier than a one-legged man at an ass kicking contest, the weather sucks...snowy and cold...(don't mention how nice the Aussie sunshine is Mynx!)...and I haven't been feeling real great...nothing serious, just kind of BLAH.

On top of everything else, time keeps slipping by and I'm now only 10 days from being 50 years old!!!  Jumble Mash has been bugging me to death all week..."Dad, what do you want for your birthday?"...I told her I wanted to be 25 :-) 

In case you missed Old Age and Wisdom, Part 1, this is an attempt to demonstrate (primarily to myself) that I have actually learned a few things in 50 years.  I'm not saying these things add up to wisdom but maybe they do :-)

11.  This one was drummed into my head (most often via my butt) by my mother..."You can think whatever you want but be careful what comes out of your mouth"

12.  Honor is still important.

13.  Smells trigger great memories...every time I smell bread baking, I'm immediately transported back in time to my Grandma's house...mmmmmm good.

14.  Aliens may have decided we're so screwed up that there's no reason to land here!

15.  Integrity is doing what's right, even when no one is looking

16.  The distance to the closest bathroom is directly proportionate to how bad you have to go

17.  If you can't laugh at yourself, you don't have the right to laugh at anyone else

18.  Tomato juice was just a bad idea from the start

19.  Just because you CAN do something, doesn't mean you SHOULD

20.  The older I get, the more I realize how little I know

Sunday, January 2, 2011

My "I didn't intend to post today" post

I was reading the delightful comments y'all left me today and I saw that a young whipper-snapper named Copyboy from Not Worth Mentioning not only stopped in for a visit but he made me "New Blog of the Day" on his cool is that...and I didn't even have to pay him!  So I immediately concluded that he is a man of superior intellect and judgement and went to check his blog...he's also very funny...for a young guy :-)  Go check him out.

Well it seems that "some people" know who you are...don't care if I have a shred of dignity left and insist on hearing about the Stuffed Green Pepper. 

As you know, I'm a long time bachelor and not real domestic.  I grocery shop about once every three months, whether I need to or not.  About the only things you'll generally find in my fridge is Coca Cola and condiments....needless to say, I will jump on any offer for home-cooked food! 

A couple of years ago, a "friend" made and brought me three stuffed green peppers.  They were scrumpdilicious good...mmm, mmm.  But alas, despite my best efforts, I could only eat two of them.

Now at this time, I was also having a big problem with raccoons getting into my trash...little bastards!

Sooooo....since I didn't want to put any food scraps in my trash...and I didn't have a being the brainiac that I am...I figured if the toilet could dispose of "post processed" food, then "pre-processed" food shouldn't be a problem.

How'd that work out you might ask...and the answer would be "not to good"!  On the night in question, I can only assume that the basics of toilet design was not on my I unceremoniously plopped a whole...yes, I said whole...stuffed green pepper into the toilet!!!  Not my brightest moment.  Imagine how dumbfounded I was when the toilet started to overflow!

As you can see in the above diagram, the pepper lodged in the trap and stubbornly defeated all attempts at removal.  I plunged, Drano'd, snaked...all to no avail!!!  I actually had to buy and install a new toilet!

So, when you're having a bad day...remember, at least you didn't try to flush a stuffed green pepper :-)

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Old Age and Wisdom, Part 1

On January 17th I'll be 50 years old...assuming the Mayan calendar isn't off by a year and we implode in 2011 instead of 2012.  I've never had a problem with reaching a certain age...I never expected to make it beyond 21 so everything else has been gravy.  I have however found myself contemplating the Big 50!

I'm not sure what I expect 50 to feel like but I was kind of under the impression that old age and wisdom went together.  I certainly feel the old...I have aches and pains in places I didn't even know I had 5 years ago but I'm not so sure about the wisdom.

In an attempt to convince myself that I have learned something through my bazillion and a half mistakes...some of them repeats...over the next week or two I'll going to post 50 things I've learned in 50 years....y'all can be the judge of whether or not they add up to wisdom :-)

1.  Peanut butter combined with just about anything...jelly, pickles, bananas, marshmallow cream, potato chips...makes a pretty good sandwich.

2.  Coca Cola truly is the nectar of the gods.
3.  Giving people an ultimatum rarely provides the results you intended.
4.  Ignorant people shouldn't breed....we already have plenty of ignorant people.
5.  Being a parent is the best but hardest job you'll ever have.
6.  Zip caught between metal teeth is not only embarrassing but extremely painful.

7.  Life owes you nothing....despite the victim mentality that seems to run the world today.
8.  A stuffed green pepper will not flush...don't ask.
9.  As soon as you think you know the answer, someone will change the question.
10.  Being married is better, being single is easier. be continued

Question of the Day

Here's the scenario....your home is about to be destroyed by fire, earthquake, tsunami, locusts, aliens from Youranus...whatever!  All your loved ones are safe...pets included (your not so loved ones can fend for themselves).  Being the super-hero kind of person you can rush back into your home and save TWO things....and for you rule-breakers...ONLY two things!  What do you save...and why?