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  1. bluffwood commented on For Better or For Worse 4 months ago

    only until your hard drive fails. even CDs or DVDs aren’t forever.

  2. bluffwood commented on For Better or For Worse 5 months ago

    Job’s wife died.

  3. bluffwood commented on For Better or For Worse 7 months ago

    short for toboggan hat… but the mental image to Canadians is wearing a wooden toboggan on your heat. A quaint national hero was Mr. Canoe Head, who when portaging his aluminum canoe, got struck my lightning. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnhCghc4wHU

  4. bluffwood commented on For Better or For Worse 7 months ago

    yes it is. I know where you’re from.

  5. bluffwood commented on For Better or For Worse 7 months ago

    CFinFL it’s not a hat, and please, it’s not a tobaggon. It’s a tuque.

  6. bluffwood commented on For Better or For Worse 9 months ago

    Really? Parasitic Holly?

  7. bluffwood commented on Gray Matters 9 months ago

    happens to me all the time

  8. bluffwood commented on Dilbert Classics over 1 year ago

    It’s called Management by Objectives. Employees are to come up with their goals in writing. Management typically mismanages things for the year. Employees who miss their goals and lined up and a portion of them are fired. MBO is and was the terror of corporate America. It really meant that management has no idea how to manage. And it means that goal setting by employees was often underestimated.

  9. bluffwood commented on For Better or For Worse over 1 year ago

    Canadians and Brits (and I suppose other commonwealth) use the words holiday or holidays not only for official days off (like Canada Day, Victoria Day) but also in place of the word vacation. (They often reserve the word “vacation” for use only when it involves a trip); When I moved from Canada to the US, the words “summer holidays” disappeared and everyone used “summer vacation.”

    And of course, “holiday”, like “hospital” often had no article in from. {"Lynn’s in hospital" and “Where did Mike go on holiday”)

  10. bluffwood commented on For Better or For Worse over 1 year ago

    DEAR HUSBAND