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  1. Phil commented on Wizard of Id 1 day ago

    The correct reply is, " Then I don’t need any more practice."

  2. Phil commented on Drabble 10 days ago

    Since the airlines stopped providing decent meals on anything less than a coast-to-coast trip, I have frequently brought aboard sub sandwiches that I purchased in the airport (after security check in).

  3. Phil commented on Brewster Rockit 13 days ago

    Planet/Asteroid belt orbits pictured are not to scale! http://www.solstation.com/stars/ast2belt.gif

  4. Phil commented on The Meaning of Lila 13 days ago

    Not sure why some text was converted to strikeout, but it should not have been.

  5. Phil commented on The Meaning of Lila 13 days ago

    I googled [ Shoe Blog ] for fun and found this: http://www.talkshoes.com/ and discovered that Lila’s obsession with shoes is not unique. I was choking at all of the ~$500 (and quite weird — to me) shoes that populate the site when I found another set for $1195. There are people in this world with more love of shoes than I. I would happily spend twice that much on a good computer - but that would be the only computer I would buy for at least 3-5 years. The impression I get from that site and some of its comments is that many people drop $300$500 on a pair of shoes that they will only wear a few times and may dozens (hundreds??) of pairs in their closet.

  6. Phil commented on For Better or For Worse 20 days ago

    These are handy:
    http://www.getolympus.com/us/en/audio/digital-recorders.html

  7. Phil commented on Luann 28 days ago

    Honest students got a chance to stretch themselves, by researching/developing 17 different styles, but I would not have shredded my work.

  8. Phil commented on MythTickle 29 days ago

    Vaporized the caddy?

  9. Phil commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    Try NPR for well-researched, diverse World News.
    NPR.org

  10. Phil commented on Betty about 1 month ago

    many schools have software that compare student inputs to many web sites and mark areas of commonality