Mismanagement quadrupled! There was a time, back in the 70s-80s when I could buy anything and everything I wanted or needed in Sears. Those days were long-gone by the 2000s. -Same with Kodak and Scott paper and so many other brands. They kept on hiring new CEOs who were “salvation experts” — who sold off the assets, drove the company into bankruptcy and left with their golden parachutes… leaving the stockholders with essentially nothing.
Funny how we get those same calls on our Hyundai-Genesis and Kia cars — which are still almost new and have 10 year/100,000 mile warranties. We know they’re BS but can’t get them to stop calling. We block their numbers, but they seem to have an endless bank of phones to call from and continue to bother us.
H-D as in “Hundred Dollars”.
Sage… okay. Bur what about parsley, rosemary and thyme?
From my old Navy days, I remember “Up and Forward on the Starboard Side, Down and Aft on the Port.” It worked well for all General Emergencies/Battle Stations and drills, but that was on the surface ships (we called them TARGETS!). On submarines, we didn’t play that game. There weren’t that many of us on the boat and it was a pretty straight shot to our duty stations.
steverinoCT – I’ve tried those “squirrel-proof” feeders, too. The squirrels learned that if they jumped up and down on the feeder enough (hung from a shepherd’s crook) that they could empty the seed right through the feeder slot — all over the ground, to where they’d eat their fill. Before they learned to jump on the feeder, they’d just sit atop the feeder and pee all over the feeder from the roof. Eventually, I just abandoned that type of feeder.
Freedom’s just another word for nothin’ left to loseNothin’, it ain’t nothin’ honey, if it ain’t freeAnd feelin’ good was easy, Lord, when he sang the bluesYou know feelin’ good was good enough for meGood enough for me and my Bobby McGee
“I” before “e” isn’t a hard and fast rule. The rest of the hint is "…except when sounded like “a” as in neighbor and weigh,"
No, no political overtones here…
As Mary Hopkins once said back in the late 60s… “Those were the days, my friend… we thought they’d never end…”