I was once doing flys using the corner of the bed as a bench— extending dumbells out to the sides while on your back, and bring them up together in the air over your chest. That’s when Alice decided to jump on my bare chest and check it out. I was moving around, so better dig in!
Luckier than rabbit’s feet!
Back in 5th grade we were assigned a state and write a report; as part of the project we had to write a request to the state’s department of tourism and request information. I got Maine, as it happened; the brouchures they sent were all along the lines of, “Hike ME” and “Fish ME”, etc. This was in the early 70s.
That’s why I like the Kindle— I will start a large book, take a break, and can pick up a month later. On the Kindle I have the complete set of O. Henry and Sherlock Holmes stories for quick pick-me-ups, as well as a lot of other books, including some I also have in hardcover.
It’s probably a generic amalgamation.
I have a copy of a Pogo comic where Churchy is panicking: he read a comic book where Martians are going to destroy the Earth. Porky reassures him it’s false. “We’ll never need THEIR help,” he mutters.
I tried this question on Siri. Nothing to offer on whether it was the capitol. I have the voice set to Irish English; I would use Scottish if it were offered. Her pronounciations of the various Indian names around here are amusing.
My wife and her family are notoriously untactful. If they don’t like a gift, expect to be told so.
I had a bookmark I really liked, leather with a cat stamped on it. Haven’t seen it in years. I’ll come across it some day, in a book on one of my many shelves. In the mean time, I enjoy the one I got for my Kindle.
Accupuncture is when you’re good at darts.