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  1. MajorTerry commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal over 2 years ago

    My father was a professor and a pilot. On a birthday, we bought him a blank book with the cover imprinted “All I know about Aviation”.with his name as author. He then placed the books in the library restricted section and assigned the book as required reading. Each student could only check out books in this section for 24 hours, so usually set aside an entire day to read the book. Not one of the students let on to anyone else that the book was empty, and all of them had checked out the book!

  2. MajorTerry commented on Raising Duncan over 2 years ago

    Hurray for Scotland!

  3. MajorTerry commented on Strange Brew over 2 years ago

    Yepo, that’s what the flag is for! Also there is a device (mentioned) that pops up a flag when the door is opened. There is a another device that is like a doorbell, sounding a chime whenever the door is opened. But i think it wouldn’t hurt us to get in a little exercise – my dirive is 1/4, just about right for a little stroll.

  4. MajorTerry commented on Lucky Cow almost 3 years ago

    Please, somebody give Neil a clue!

  5. MajorTerry commented on Red and Rover almost 3 years ago

    . . . subtle!!!!!

  6. MajorTerry commented on Rose is Rose almost 3 years ago

    Actually the Chrismas tree is nort a real part of the reigious holidya of Chriatmas. Its a leftover of the pagan religions like the Druis to remind them suring the Solstice that the greens of spring were coming (with longer days). Christmas did not become the commercial doorbuster it is now until the prosperity of the post WWII period. Bottom line – 12 days of Christmas – starting on 25 December.

  7. MajorTerry commented on Rose is Rose almost 3 years ago

    The 12 days of Christmas (despite the store sale ads) is from the 25th of December to the 5th of Januray. And believe it or not, it’s a religious holiday – so why would you stip celebrateing in the middle of it? IN fact, before it became so much a commercial event, it was a minor holiday and gifts traditionally given on the same day the magi presented gifts to The Christ . . 5 January.

  8. MajorTerry commented on The Norm Classics almost 3 years ago

    Do you know that the 12 Days of Christmas are 25 Decmber to 5 January?

  9. MajorTerry commented on Lucky Cow about 4 years ago

    Usually, beef comes from steers, so it should say Lucky Steer, but then, whewn cows get old and don’t produce calves anymore – they go to hamburger – and not the greatest hamber either, so yep – Lucky Cow.