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  1. ojhengenjr commented on Overboard 9 months ago

    Astigmatism

  2. ojhengenjr commented on Brewster Rockit over 1 year ago

    Maybe once in a lifetime, if that, but when that time comes, a gun is needed. In my case, April 1988. My Beretta 9mm prevented four armed thieves from entering my house where my wife, two very young children and I lived. I also believe in dogs. My German Shepherd awakened us at 0200. One of the would-be robbers fired first, and I returned fire as a warning. They left, and no one was injured. A gun, properly used, will prevent crime.

  3. ojhengenjr commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    When I was stationed in West Africa in the 80’s, a Cote d’Ivoire Army Commander took me to a cashew “farm.” As I recall, there are seven different steps in processing, all by hand. After the initial “cooking” to remove the poisonous liquid from the exterior flesh, each individual cashew nut is placed by hand in a cashew-shaped wire cradle for clean splitting without breaking the nut fruit. At the end, after roasting, the nuts are sorted by hand into a few categories, from whole nuts to various sizes of broken ones. It is no wonder they are expensive… A couple of centuries ago, the French planted a band of cashew trees from Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) to Benin in the northern part of the countries at the optimum growing latitude. Not all are still harvested, but some are.

  4. ojhengenjr commented on Nancy over 1 year ago

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernie_Bushmiller

    Nancy was 80 on 2 Jan.

  5. ojhengenjr commented on Last Kiss over 1 year ago

    Happy Birthday! Wish I was 60 again! (says 70). Still riding my BMW or Harley, though…

  6. ojhengenjr commented on The Norm Classics almost 2 years ago

    Why the “EXIST” sign?

  7. ojhengenjr commented on Working Daze about 2 years ago

    Subscribed to your new one. Thanks!

  8. ojhengenjr commented on Rip Haywire over 2 years ago

    The kid is Rip!

  9. ojhengenjr commented on Reality Check over 2 years ago

    No. There would be nothing to transfer the vibration. The atmosphere does that, too.

  10. ojhengenjr commented on Non Sequitur almost 3 years ago

    Wiley meant deny-ers (deniers). Those who refuse t accept global warming.