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  1. over 6 years ago on Lola

    You are mistaken, N. Korea has more than one bomb.

  2. over 6 years ago on Pluggers

    No kidding! I hadn’t thought about that for decades…but we sure did use grocery bags for book covers.

  3. over 6 years ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    I’d sure like to see that picture!

  4. over 6 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    When I was in school back in the 50s, using the masculine was grammatically correct and had been for centuries. But years later, probably when the feminists got going, that changed. Suddenly we were expected to use the gender appropriate to whichever person we were talking about.

  5. over 6 years ago on Peanuts

    I can remember when I was about 4 or 5 years old, in a tiny railroad town. The hobos would come to our door asking for food. One time my grandmother was cooking fried pies when they knocked on our door and she gave the two of them fried pies and coffee. They sat on the porch and enjoyed it. Anyway…they had bundles on sticks.

  6. over 9 years ago on Skippy

    I also, Barticle35. This one today is so good I plan to print it out and post it on my desk.

  7. over 9 years ago on Henry Payne

    Better to spend some money now to send them back than to continue to let them all in forever and ever. If you send all of them back now, then eventually it will pay off for the U.S.

  8. over 9 years ago on Henry Payne

    You are forgetting that Cuba was/is a Communist country. If his Commie father had custody of him, it was probably because his mother was against Communism but his father was FOR it. Naturally, since the entire country was COMMUNIST, their courts would assign the child to his communist father. The mother was killed in the effort to cross the waters to get to freedom. Pretty honorable, if you ask me. No matter how you look at it, Elian would have been better off with his relatives in the U.S.

  9. over 9 years ago on Pluggers

    S & H stands for Sperry & Hutchinson. My mother worked for them from 1950 until she retired at 65 in 1975.

  10. over 9 years ago on Pluggers

    Oh, my! Brings back memories. My mother worked for Green Stamp store in our town….from 1950 until 1975. I still have some things from that store.