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  1. Alan Jones commented on Arlo and Janis over 1 year ago

    “They’re” not real…

    Grammar Nazis, of course, do exist.

  2. Alan Jones commented on Pickles over 1 year ago

    Yes, it was a great family series. I was pointing that out to my wife just this weekend when we were watching “Gunsmoke”. There are few shows out today that I’d feel comfortable letting my grandchildren watch, but I can leave the set on ME TV all day and not worry about what they may see.

  3. Alan Jones commented on Arlo and Janis over 1 year ago

    Brad Paisley has a song about this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxgAVB2IMpM

    (cut and paste)

  4. Alan Jones commented on Pickles over 1 year ago

    Okay, here’s what you do: Take an old cloth diaper, get it wet then wring it out completely. Apply a few drops of linseed oil and thoroughly work it into the cloth. Let the diaper dry and there you have it; the perfect dusting rag. It will pick up all the dust and leaves a nice shine to the furniture.

  5. Alan Jones commented on Arlo and Janis almost 2 years ago

    Since Frank decided to pick nits, I’ll throw in that it is actually the “Maya” calendar, not “Mayan”.

  6. Alan Jones commented on Arlo and Janis about 2 years ago

    Just walk it through a warm room. A rare steak should kick a little when poked with a fork.

  7. Alan Jones commented on Arlo and Janis about 2 years ago

    He thought she was in the kitchen; where she belongs.

  8. Alan Jones commented on Arlo and Janis about 2 years ago

    True dat! You don’t have to mean it, you just have to say it.

  9. Alan Jones commented on Arlo and Janis about 2 years ago

    Yes.

  10. Alan Jones commented on Arlo and Janis about 2 years ago

    I know how Arlo feels. The other day, I asked my 28-year-old son if he could break a twenty. He reached into his pocked and pulled out a roll with at least two one-hundred dollar bills, several twenties, and fianlly down to the stuff with which to make the swap. I remember being 28 and going months on end without ever having a twenty in my pocket. Maybe I am Arlo and my son learned not to make my mistakes.