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  1. sundogusa commented on Lucky Cow 1 day ago

    Good plan for her! For customers…nope!

  2. sundogusa commented on B.C. 21 days ago

    See men are easy to please! Throw in a…nevermind. Family channel! :-)

  3. sundogusa commented on Calvin and Hobbes 28 days ago

    Crying about what Mom & Dad tossed….Lionel Train, Comic Books, Erector set, Tinker toys, etc…boo hoo, sniff, sniff!

  4. sundogusa commented on Dilbert Classics about 1 month ago

    Peter Principle—Yes I knew many who fit that bill exactly!

  5. sundogusa commented on Lucky Cow 3 months ago

    I think this one is a couple years old.

  6. sundogusa commented on Starslip 3 months ago

    He’s smarter than he acts. Mmmm! Do I sense a backfire? Why yes! Yes I do!

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

    One uncle was in both theaters of WWII—European and Pacific. He was Army-Air Corp. He was in the European Theater and received a Silver Star. In the Pacific Theater he was at Hickam Air Field on Dec 7, 1941, where he received a Purple Heart. He never talked about his “experiences” let alone to me. His awards were discovered in his stuff after he passed. The certificates had his name and service number so we new it was him and not made up. I sure would love to hear some of his stories.
    My other uncle is the first Marine and person to be buried in the Northern Wis VA cemetery. He’s another one with a secret past in the Marines. We know he was discharged a Sgt. He was in Korean War but again no stories.
    I think being a Marine myself I might have been able to get one or two stories from either but I’m not hedging my bet.
    My dad has started to tell some of his stories. He’s 80 and a Korean War vet.
    My friend in hospice is a WWII vet. He’s a Purple Heart veteran having lost a leg in a mine field in Germany. He told a few stories to those of us who also served but not much to anyone else.
    Our WWII and Korean vets are passing away fast. We really need to record their stories. The Vietnam Vets are close behind.

  8. sundogusa commented on Lucky Cow 3 months ago

    Well I see the acorn does not fall far from the tree! Definitely heredity!

  9. sundogusa commented on For Better or For Worse 3 months ago

    My Rotary Club rings bells for Salvation Army for two days. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and other civic groups always help out. SA supplies the kettles, red aprons and bells. The rest is up to you.
    One of our members challenges people to put money in the kettle. If you put in a dollar, I’ll put in 2. Usually gets a few takers. Whatever you put in I’ll match. One old guy tried to stump him. He threw in a $100 and our guy reached in his other pocket and matched it! Thank you very much Sir!

  10. sundogusa commented on Calvin and Hobbes 4 months ago

    An IPO for Calvin’s Friendship, LLC. Dividends too numerous to list.