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  1. flagmichael commented on B.C. 2 days ago

    Now that’s funny!

  2. flagmichael commented on Arlo and Janis 2 days ago

    Here in Arizona ponds and other bodies of water (especially swimming pools) are looked at as attractive nuisances. The hot weather produces a wave of child drownings, even in as little as 3 inches of water. A little guy gets through a broken fence and unspeakable tragedy follows.

  3. flagmichael commented on B.C. 9 days ago

    Now you are just getting vicious!

  4. flagmichael commented on Wizard of Id 15 days ago

    An adventure is what you wish you were having when you are safe at home. Safe at home is what you wish you were when having an adventure.
    A few years ago an coworker and I snow-catted to a mountaintop to work on the communication site we had there. At the top a radiator hose popped off in the snow cat and made a steaming pink hole in the snow. I looked around at the miles of snow-covered forest below us and observed, “This is a gorgeous place to be stuck.”

  5. flagmichael commented on For Better or For Worse 15 days ago

    I agree, K.C. For us 42 years of marriage has been very different than any other 42 years could have been. I will borrow Woody Allen’s rejoinder when he was asked if sex is dirty: “Yes, if you do it right!”

  6. flagmichael commented on B.C. 15 days ago

    B.C. and the Wizard of Id have lots of anachronisms. I try to just go with the flow.

  7. flagmichael commented on B.C. 17 days ago

    I did not know that, but your explanation rings true!

  8. flagmichael commented on B.C. 18 days ago

    I thought 1959 was way in the future.

  9. flagmichael commented on B.C. 19 days ago

    It is the 98 foot tall statue of Christ the Redeemer, on a mountaintop overlooking Rio.

  10. flagmichael commented on For Better or For Worse 26 days ago

    When my youngest was approaching 18 I saw the light at the end of the tunnel. Now she is 32; she, her family (including her recently disabled husband), and my oldest son bring the census in our house to 8. Only three of us are free of chronic medical problems. Such is life, and I am happy to be part of it. Retirement may be a relative (he he) thing, though.