On my full-sized monitor, it appears to me that he is standing behind a chair. The “Lynn” is placed on the chair back. I could, of course, be wrong. But it seems to me that some ducks which shall remain nameless spend way too much effort looking for details (which may or may not be correct) that people like me don’t even notice. :-)
I can be sitting right in front of the window, with a less than 40-second walk to the door. They won’t knock, and they’re back to their truck before I have the chance to check the package address to make sure it’s really for me. I live in a duplex, and I fairly often get packages for my duplex neighbor. His address is slightly different, and his NAME is completely different than mine. Both my name and address are prominently displayed on the wall of my porch. It’s not the end of the world to get my walker, go over to his side and go up the steps to his door, but it’s rather annoying. I must say, though, that sometimes I’m lucky and get a nice delivery person like the young man who brought me a package today. He knocked, waited at the door, handed me the package, waited while I checked the address, cheerfully accepted my thanks, and wished me a good day!
I am sorry for your horrible experience. And yes, it took 3 tries before the executioner succeeded in his task.
@Storcloud Silverlining Snowpaws: I’m not sure why you find the pictured rosary all that different. I’ve seen many different styles of rosaries. According to the article kindly provided by JanBic, Mary QOS’ was made of metal, so the small metal balls or beads do make it look different than more modern styles. :-)
@JanBic: Thanks for the interesting article!
I have never heard that contributors get any money at all. They get their name mentioned, and that’s it.
I’ve seen many posters type /s at the end of the statement as a shortcut to say “sarcasm.”
Around 19 or 20 physically, I believe.
Many of us, I believe are actually waiting for the “piece de resistance”. ;-) (I’m too lazy to look up how to print the accent marks.)
@kenhense: Nope! And I don’t remember anyone else ever telling me they had, either. (But I’ll sing the “comic” song…we’ll see where it all leads…)