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  1. BurkeKnight commented on For Better or For Worse about 1 month ago

    Never heard of commuter airplanes and taxis?
    Just because she did not fly or drive herself, does not mean he was there.

    Even if he did fly her there, does not mean he stayed, too. There’s always reasons why she was there alone with her son, and that he was not with her.

    Just because she does not fill in all the tiny little details, does not make her story fall apart. It just means that she was not expecting people to dice up her story, with knowledge that means zip in the story’s case.

  2. BurkeKnight commented on For Better or For Worse about 1 month ago

    Lynn’s Notes:

    Here’s a story for you: The province of Manitoba had just decreed that people trained as dental nurses would be licensed to do check-ups, cleanings, small fillings, and extractions on children. Rod’s dental practice had expanded to include three First Nations villages, and he needed someone to offset the load. I was on my way to Winnipeg with Aaron (who had a doctor’s appointment) when an interesting application came in. Debbie had very good references and was willing to move up to Lynn Lake. Rod asked me to interview her in Winnipeg, so Debbie and I arranged to meet in the hospital cafeteria while Aaron had his appointment. I sat at a table with a coffee and waited for Debbie to arrive.

    Right on time, a stunningly beautiful girl with a long blonde hair, deep blue eyes, and a voluptuous figure came into the room, wearing a black low-cut cocktail dress. She put out her hand and introduced herself. I got her a coffee, and the interview began. Debbie was wonderful. I immediately liked her and knew she would work well with our team. I asked her if she could move up north as soon as possible. “You mean I’ve got the job?” she asked in amazement. “Absolutely,” I said, “you are exactly the kind of person we’re looking for.” I watched Debbie as she adjusted herself in her seat. She was blushing. “There’s just one thing I want to know,” I continued, “why on earth did you wear a cocktail dress to this interview?” “Well,” she smiled, “when I told my friends I was being interviewed by the dentist’s wife, they told me I’d never be hired. So I decided to blow off the interview by dressing up!” I laughed. We both did. Debbie was not only beautiful, she had a wicked sense of humour. She worked for us for four years and was one of the best staff members we ever had.

  3. BurkeKnight commented on U.S. Acres 3 months ago

    Doggy Dictionary: Worm – Small thin moving sausage.

  4. BurkeKnight commented on Get Fuzzy 3 months ago

    With Bucky and Satchel, there’s no need to ask why he has no ladies showing up. :P

  5. BurkeKnight commented on Peanuts 4 months ago

    Okay. To show how bored I was tonight: 31 socks.

  6. BurkeKnight commented on Heathcliff 4 months ago

    The Heathcliffmobile:

  7. BurkeKnight commented on For Better or For Worse 4 months ago

    Man, it’s a COMIC STRIP!!!!

    So what if the stretcher does not look real?
    It’s not the focus. John being in it on the way to the hospital, is.

  8. BurkeKnight commented on For Better or For Worse 4 months ago

    That may be so, but there are a LOT of idiotic people who would ask just that. I worked in a place where a customer had a heart attack, and while being rushed out, the clerk asked if he still wanted his food, and that he’d have to pay first.

  9. BurkeKnight commented on Peanuts 5 months ago

    More than likely, a speeding Snoopy. :P

  10. BurkeKnight commented on For Better or For Worse 6 months ago

    Lynn’s Notes:

    For years we gave out a Halloween themed dental kit — with brush, paste, and floss included. One time, thinking the kids would be tired of getting toothbrushes, I decided to give out candy like everyone else. The next day, I got calls from a couple of parents asking what had happened to the toothbrushes! Apparently, they counted on Halloween, when every year their kids would get a new one.