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  1. 15 days ago on Luann

    Why buy the whole pig, just for a little sausage?

  2. 28 days ago on The Argyle Sweater

    Where’s Wally (first intro to Waldo) was published 35 years ago, 1987, and he’s depicted as an adult. 1967ish for a birth so cigars could have still been allowed, doubtful but possible.

  3. 2 months ago on PreTeena

    We had this issue my 8th grade yr so our teacher did a “Talent Show”, the kids can pick what they want to sing, dance or act out. More then 50% of the music was Xmas music.

  4. 2 months ago on The Flying McCoys

    We have a neighbor 1 block away with 3+ hives, I’m just glad we can provide yummy for his bees.

  5. 2 months ago on The Flying McCoys

    My property is mostly Clover, wild violets, creeping charlie, sweet woodruff, and dandelions. I only have to mow about every 12-15 days the little grass that is on my wild property. Stays green all summer with no extra watering and the local wildlife love it.

  6. 3 months ago on Arlo and Janis

    FURniture that’s all I have this time of year.

  7. 3 months ago on Dog Eat Doug

    That’s an easy extraction plan, once up there, start mewing pitifully until the human hear you. they will extract you with a small chastisement. If you mew just right you might not even get that, just removed from the curtains.

  8. 3 months ago on Baldo

    I’m an US military brat, born in Germany, my first language was German. We moved back to the states before kindergarten. I took German my freshman yr of high school, could speak with the teacher and the 4th yrs fluently but failed every test. Frau only passed me because I could speak it. Depending on the situation, having the ability to speak other languages is important, writing them and conjugating a verb is a secondary plus.

  9. 3 months ago on Adam@Home

    just a smidge of wax or cooking spray and zoom!

  10. 3 months ago on Arlo and Janis

    How many homes could have panels installed? How many business’ could install panels on their buildings? South Korea has a bike path between a major highway that shades bikers with solar panels. There is a company that has made 3 ft solar tiles that can withstand a semi weight on them that can also be outfitted with leds. They can program them to flash if there was a warning ahead for drivers. What about parking garages/lots, those could have the tiles to park on or the edges provide shade. In the business districts, the awnings could be made out of tiles. Bike paths have the tiles, heck, wrap all traffic poles with solar to collect sun to power the lights. This tech is already out there, there are a TON of options without having to cover wildlife areas.