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  1. Phil721 commented on Garfield 22 days ago

    No, it’s a 60’s folk protest song. Think where have all the flowers gone.

  2. Phil721 commented on Barney & Clyde about 1 month ago

    The song MTA was a mayoral election song written in1949 in protest of a fare increase. Made into a hit by the Kingston Trio in 1959

  3. Phil721 commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 3 months ago

    Sir you are drunk.
    Madam you are ugly, in the morning I shall be sober.
    Winston Churchill

  4. Phil721 commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 5 months ago

    Tropical chocolate disc, included in C rations, weren’t much better. We thought they could be used for hockey pucks. They were round because they came in cans. The original MREs were terrible(worse than C rations). The newer ones aren’t too bad. BTW in 1980 we were still eating Cs that were canned in the ’40s.

  5. Phil721 commented on Dilbert Classics 5 months ago

    Why do you turn your cell phone on with the off button and shut down your computer from the start menue?

  6. Phil721 commented on B.C. 5 months ago

    Beer: No bic? Haven’t heard that since Vietnam.

  7. Phil721 commented on Dude and Dude 5 months ago

    I wouldn’t worry about losing readers, anyone who would vote for HC probably can’t read anyway.

  8. Phil721 commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 5 months ago

    Bawana, is that02:00Z or local? Don’t forget there are 4 times zones in the lower 48. Most aviation nav products expire/become effective at 09:00Z. Depending on time of year and time zone that’s between 01:00 and 05:00 local.

  9. Phil721 commented on Dude and Dude 5 months ago

    Try breaking the rear axle nut loose with your socket set. Having spent several years in Germany, I found very few Germans have ever heard of the Von Trapp family or The Sound of Music

  10. Phil721 commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 6 months ago

    never mind cashews, who ate the first raw oyster and why?