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  1. themom51 commented on Boomerangs 16 days ago

    You can’t know “better” than “best” no matter WHO you are!

  2. themom51 commented on Trivquiz 28 days ago

    That looks NOTHING like Goldie!!

  3. themom51 commented on Trivquiz about 1 month ago

    Currently, has a recurring role on Grimm as Kelly Burkhardt, Nick Burkhardt’s (David Giuntoli) mother.

  4. themom51 commented on Rose is Rose about 1 month ago

    I’m guessing Fanny looks like their dad…

  5. themom51 commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 month ago

    Yeah….my college days were in the early 70’s and I’m 62.

  6. themom51 commented on Trivquiz about 1 month ago

    Flip side of “They’re Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!” is “!AAAH-AH ،YAWA ƎM ƎʞAT OT ʚИIMOƆ ƎЯ’YƎHT” (closest I could find to the actual mirrored words)

  7. themom51 commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 3 months ago

    Taken, in part, from Snopes.com: "One longtime Island family had laid a solid claim to the bicycle in a tree just north of Sound Food. Two generations concur that the bicycle belonged to Don Puz, who in 1954 left his bicycle in the woods, forgot about it and never went back looking for it.

    Don received the bicycle as a donation after the family home burnt down, he said. The bicycle wasn’t his favorite — it had hard, solid rubber tires “and skinny little handlebars like a tricycle,” he said. “I was too big a kid to ride it.”

    As his mother Helen Puz tells the story, Don and his friends were playing in the woods together, and Don was the only child who had ridden his bicycle there. When the boys left, Don left his bike behind, walking home with the other boys.

    “Apparently, he wasn’t too excited about that bike,” she said.

    After the bike was discovered, making headlines, both mother and son paid it a visit.

    “We went down there in the woods, and there was this bike in the tree, and I said, ’That’s my bike,’” Don recalled. “I recognized it immediately. When I saw that bike, I recognized it, because I don’t think I’ve ever seen another one like it.”

  8. themom51 commented on Luann 3 months ago

    Greg looks really good for being almost 67…but wait, Luann’s really a lot older, too.

  9. themom51 commented on Trivquiz 3 months ago

  10. themom51 commented on Flo and Friends 3 months ago