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  1. MontanaPhil commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 month ago

    WHAT DELIVERIES?

  2. MontanaPhil commented on Tank McNamara 2 months ago

    I am mumbldy-mumble years old and went to my first college game this weekend. Thre was a LOT of standing around doing nothing…presumably waiting for a TV commercial to end.

    If you want entertaining football that keeps moving, go to a high school game. The kids love to play for full bleachers.

  3. MontanaPhil commented on Tank McNamara 2 months ago

    I LIKE it!

  4. MontanaPhil commented on Arlo and Janis 3 months ago

    Autumn in Montana is when people wear sweatshirts and shorts.

  5. MontanaPhil commented on Shoe 3 months ago

    “A chicken in every pot” would offend the vegans. Can’t make that promise anymore.

  6. MontanaPhil commented on Arlo and Janis 4 months ago

    That’s why Arizonans should never move to places where there are rivers, lakes or beaches of any sort.

  7. MontanaPhil commented on Arlo and Janis 4 months ago

    Truth! When I lived in Houston, people would shriek “Copperhead” at a piece of brown garden hose and run for a shotgun. A snake can strike half of its length and a broom is usually sufficient to get it to vacate the vicinity.

  8. MontanaPhil commented on Shoe 4 months ago

    How can you tell if there vegans in the room?
    You don’t need to…they’ll tell you

  9. MontanaPhil commented on Luann 4 months ago

    @notbornyesterday
    Yes they do. My children’s mother took off for the horizon when they were young and dropped into their lives from time to time, cultivating the ‘poor Mommy’ view. When they became parents themselves, they came to realize the nature of the situation.
    Patience and love are the attributes called for from Toni and Brad.

  10. MontanaPhil commented on Luann 4 months ago

    @David
    Did you think that English sprang into existence fully formed? Try reading Chaucer in middle English. Even newspaper accounts from the 19th century seem oddly written.

    Languages evolve, words come and go and rules change, either from need or laziness. Even alphabets change. Know how ‘thou’ got to be ‘you’? Check dictionary.com. If I were a betting man, I’d say that the English alphabet will change in the next generation, probably as a reaction to spell checkers.

    So chill, dude, and enjoy the communication without choking on the form.