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  1. Tigdi commented on Glasbergen Cartoons 5 days ago

    My son is a computer technician and he’s been using the PEBKAC and One Dee Ten Tee to report the diagnosis to the customer for about twenty years.

  2. Tigdi commented on Free Range 6 days ago

    That was my guess. Otherwise, I just don’t get it.

  3. Tigdi commented on Off the Mark 11 days ago

    Water you waiting for? Don’t pee shy, just go with the flow.

  4. Tigdi commented on Free Range 11 days ago

    Very witty

  5. Tigdi commented on Free Range 11 days ago

    LOL

  6. Tigdi commented on WuMo 12 days ago

    Ding, Ding, Ding—You’re my Winner of the Best Pun of the Day Award!

  7. Tigdi commented on That is Priceless 12 days ago

    LOL

  8. Tigdi commented on Break of Day 12 days ago

    Just wait until the pigs come around. They really ham it up.

  9. Tigdi commented on In the Bleachers 13 days ago

    LOL

  10. Tigdi commented on Speed Bump 14 days ago

    “Do not covet your neighbor’s house. Do not covet your neighbor’s wife, his male or female slave, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.” Exodus 20:17

    Many people look at the Commandments (there were more than ten) as a list of what G-D says “Don’t Do”, but just as a parent tells a child to not cross the street without looking both ways, the commandments were given to us for our protection. To covet means to desire wrongfully or inordinately without regard for the rights and property of others. While that kind of envy is wrong of itself, it can lead to other sins. In David’s case, his coveting of Bathsheba led to David plotting to and succeeding in killing Bathsheba’s husband, Uriah.David was even blind to his crime until Nathan, his prophet and adviser, pointed it out to him. At that point, David confessed his sin and repented before G-d. David’s life would have been extremely different, as well as that of Uriah’s and Bathsheba’s, if David had never been envious to the point of coveting what wasn’t his.