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  1. JanCinLV commented on Pickles about 17 hours ago

    I remember when my 13-year old cousin was afraid to sleep upstairs in our grandparents’ house because he thought it was haunted. Everyone kept telling him there are no such things as ghosts, but he didn’t believe them. I told him some ghost “lore” such as they only haunt where they died and no one had died in that house (our grandfather built it). It seemed to ease his mind, and he was never afraid again.

  2. JanCinLV commented on Frazz about 17 hours ago

    Traction, man. You gotta have traction somewhere.

  3. JanCinLV commented on Dogs of C-Kennel about 17 hours ago

    At somewhere around 17,000 MPH, the earth is moving pretty fast. Good one, Kenny.

  4. JanCinLV commented on Truth Facts about 17 hours ago

    And thank you Mssrs. Wulff & Morgenthaler for the lovely public service announcement.

  5. JanCinLV commented on Benitin y Eneas 1 day ago

    Good morning, Vagabonds.


    After I posted yesterday, I asked Michael if he remembered any of it. He had all but Mr. Drysdale & the bank name. Mark you’re right about Drysdale’s first name – at least I got 4 of the letters right…. The truly funny thing about this is that beyond the first few seasons, I really didn’t watch it. Considering that it debuted in the early 60’s, it must have imprinted on my “tween” brain.


    Communion today. I am always blessed by that. The pastor’s wife (who has a beautiful voice) sang “Change My Heart, Oh God” while the elements were being passed.


    Now off to the World of Warcraft with my hubby. Everyone have a great Sunday.

  6. JanCinLV commented on Annie 1 day ago

    Anyone else carrying that kind of weaponry would be called an arms dealer.

  7. JanCinLV commented on For Better or For Worse 3 days ago

    When I was a teen, my little brother was a master at pushing my buttons. It was harmless, but it sure didn’t feel that way at the time. We made up about the time he turned 25.

  8. JanCinLV commented on Benitin y Eneas 3 days ago

    According to IMDb, the dog was Duke, and the bank was the Commerce Bank of Beverly Hills. (Named after a bank in Kansas City, which was near creator Paul Henning’s home town of Independence, MO)

  9. JanCinLV commented on Benitin y Eneas 3 days ago

    Good morning, Vagabonds.


    Mark:
    1. the pool was the see-ment pond
    2. I’m not sure about the dog, either Duke or Blue
    3. Milton Drysdale was the banker, I don’t remember the bank 4. Jane Hathaway was the secretary who was in love with Jethro Bodine.
    Now I’ll go look up the bank and the dog.


    We’re starting a quilting ministry at church today. It should be a lot of fun, as well as a way to comfort someone in need.

  10. JanCinLV commented on FoxTrot en Español 3 days ago

    Mark Trail I don’t think the men that shot at them ever really saw them up close, so there’s no real danger there. Besides, who would have thought that someone caught in a cave-in would end up in the river?