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  1. Jo P commented on Ben 8 months ago

    Never had a cat pawing you with love? Or purring his heart’s out with his nose lonvingly press against your ear?

  2. Jo P commented on Garfield 9 months ago

    That would be my guess!

  3. Jo P commented on Ben 9 months ago

    And double Eeeewwwww!

  4. Jo P commented on Baldo 10 months ago

    But you don’t see paying bills ans salary.And worry about bad month revenu or fraud…. Having a business is not that fun.

  5. Jo P commented on Stone Soup 10 months ago

    Always depend on the book, some reading material was dry appealling to adults with a streak for sob stuff and traged ( greek tragedy or harsh reality )Which i did not like at all. Or others were chosen to related to a kid every day life… Which even less sense:I was born in a poor neighbors hood. If I wanted to related to that kind of life, all I had to do was walk out of my front door. I hated those even more….
    I read to feel, see and experience other countries or different realities. Not the same old, same old. Thank God , I got the reading bug, long before school or I would never have started.

  6. Jo P commented on B.C. 10 months ago

    So do I and my kids. I am captivated by Daddy Long legs. The coordination to move 8 very long legs with a brain smaller that a grain of salt. To coin a phrase: Fascinating!,,

  7. Jo P commented on Baldo 10 months ago

    So she is dreaming

  8. Jo P commented on Dog Eat Doug 10 months ago

    Grant you the second and fourth. But how on Earth did you find the other two?

    @sallylin you are correct…Happy Birthday, Mr Barker!

  9. Jo P commented on Stone Soup 10 months ago

    Well one is not exclusif of the other, we, humans need to be more careful of our environment. But screaming the end of the word and returning to Nature is not productive and hunting and gathering is not the answer either. There is no going back. The biggest lost of arable lands in World History, was the appartion of the Sahara desert and the biggest raise of sea level was during the creatacean era. Human were not around. It is very arrogant of Humanity to believe everything that happen is related to us…

    However, discease don’t lower our number anymore. We do have a bigger population than ever before with their needs and wastes raising un and up… In the very long term, it cannot continue. The Earth cannot sustain so many without consequences. We do need to take conservation measures… Reasonnable conservation measures with our ressources. If every one of us, do a little more each day like recycling, or even a simple pick up of trash in nature can do a difference.

  10. Jo P commented on Stone Soup 10 months ago

    Pre-school call for swear words? Why?