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  1. MrJimCos commented on Barney & Clyde 13 days ago

    Not nearly as irritating as people who think EITHER way is worthy of complaint. Can’t it be enough that it’s not an EMPTY roll?

  2. MrJimCos commented on The Duplex 13 days ago

    Makes for one of my favorite lunches- Toasted Crouton Sandwiches. Yum!

  3. MrJimCos commented on Family Tree 21 days ago

    So… how man hours does that leave for “night”?

  4. MrJimCos commented on The Other Coast about 1 month ago

    Lucky for him. Some people don’t find that out till AFTER the wedding.

  5. MrJimCos commented on Drabble 2 months ago

    Wait! Does that mean my mushroom slicer will slice eggs too?

  6. MrJimCos commented on Off the Mark 2 months ago

    I’ll bet lunar eclipses really mess with werewolves.

  7. MrJimCos commented on Lucky Cow 4 months ago

    Yep.. Rule 34 comes into play again.
    (And for the record, those leprechauns aren’t real leprechauns either.)

  8. MrJimCos commented on Barney & Clyde 4 months ago

    Yeah, if I had the option I think my wife might get the sandwich too.

  9. MrJimCos commented on Working Daze 4 months ago

    …and they’re not drinking your Kool-Aid either.
    Please – stifle your politics in here. We all have our own opinions and this is not the venue to air them. “Never wrestle with a pig. You both get dirty, and the pig enjoys it.”

  10. MrJimCos commented on B.C. 5 months ago

    I don’t know how predominant it is on campuses these days, but back in my time there was a very popular phrase that simply encouraged us to “Question authority”. At the time, too many of us took that to mean “argue with authority”. This did no more than to waste their time while “authority” tried to explain the answer. Now I am still firmly in the corner of “questioning” authority, but when we DO that, it inherently carries the unflagging responsibility of LISTENING to the answers we are given. It is not acceptable to interrupt the answering authority with another unrelated question. If we ASK the question, we need to listen to the answer. Once it’s on the table, it can be addressed, rationalized and weighed for it’s value.
    …but that’s just me.