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Mar 23, 2018 01:18:32   #
fortunate1 wrote:
I was released today, and want to add my best wishes to the wonderful DGreen, do as you are told, and obey those doctors!!

BrattyPatty wrote:
D Green is home too!

Welcome back f1 and DGreen !!!

Mar 23, 2018 00:52:58   #
Always been one of my silly/funny favorites:

Watch "Playmates - Beep Beep (The Little Nash Rambler)" on YouTube (2:47)

Mar 23, 2018 00:52:48   #
My first post is about a car that was in a topic from our dear MarilynKnits...

Hi Marilyn,

When I saw the picture you posted of your 1941 Chevy convertible, it made me think of the movie The Karate Kid, so I looked up the photos, and Miyagi-san's was a 1948 Ford...

I think you can see how I might mistake them:

Marilyn's 1941 Chevy Cabriolet

Mar 23, 2018 00:21:29   #
mossstitch wrote:
John Bolton is one of the MOST dangerous men in this country , a close second Frank Gaffney .
God only knows where we go from here .

And I suppose confirmation from Congress is just a rubber stamp, as they have ALL been...
Mar 23, 2018 00:18:40   #
BrattyPatty wrote:
Yes, but Sessions says it never happened. That's why I said I had a bridge in the Mojave I could sell you. He was lying.

Let me get this straight, the NEWS you heard said that SESSIONS is the one who said it never happened...

And the YOU that you offered the bridge to, was the universal "YOU", not to Ches specifically...

Wow, I really read that wrong...AND I had heard that story the night before and believed McCabe, but I never folliwed up that Sessions denied it !!!

But now, WE ALL believe McCabe, that Sessions WAS investigated, AND that the ABC release is TRUE and NOT fake news, CORRECT ???

OMGosh - - how do I get my brain out of second gear ???

We can drive the cars over the bridge (there really IS a bridge)...

Watch "Playmates - Beep Beep (The Little Nash Rambler)" on YouTube (2:47)

Mar 22, 2018 21:44:36   #
BrattyPatty wrote:
I saw on the news this morning that Sessions is not nor has been investigated.
I have a bridge in The Mojave desert I would love to sell you.

Well wait a minute - - ABC News reported that:

Fired FBI official authorized criminal probe of Sessions, sources say: EXCLUSIVE

Yesterday 3/21/2018

Mar 22, 2018 17:23:07   #
MarilynKnits wrote:
Oh, this is the first I heard. We had numerous conversations, although toward the end she seemed to have a different viewpoint than when we had friendlier interchanges. I will attribute the personality changes to the illness, and keep her a friend in my memory. If there is an afterlife, I hope hers is filled with happiness and contentment.

Mar 22, 2018 17:22:26   #
aljellie wrote:
Adieu Wombat and peace at last.
Krosha, I love to watch the crows when I'm at my home in Maine. They are so smart and if you watch you can see them figure things out and trick other birds into surrendering their prey.

I'm sure you've seen the programs about how crows can actually take small pieces and put tools together to get food - - it's amazing what they can figure out. I sent a video of that to Wombat and she loved's lookin' at you, Wombie:

Mar 22, 2018 17:16:26   #
Lurker 2 wrote:
Mum believed in making you tough- she probably had some project under way, and wanted us out of the house!

Did it work - - did she make you guys tough ???
Mar 22, 2018 17:03:50   #
Lurker 2 wrote:
I can just manage them- I don't wear my dentures- I've had two sets at a cost of over $3,000, both of which fitted badly and were so sore I stopped using them- your gums do harden up- although it's not the best look in the world.

Uhhh ohhhhh !!!

About a year before she died, my mom had to have two molars extracted, then her dentures didn't fit anymore. Fortunately, I had a mini food processor and I was still able to give her finely chopped fresh vegetables such as onion, celery, carrots, red bell pepper, etc etc.

Sometimes I'd mix some of those into sour cream or thinned cream cheese and serve it like a "side" dish with her scrambled eggs and cheese - - she'd eat it by the spoonful. And I'd also put some of the veggies in the scrambled eggs.

Her favorite take-out treat was from a fast food restaurant - - Mexican taco salad with seasoned ground beef, grated cheese, chopped tomatoes and onions, hold the lettuce and crispy tortilla - - hahaha...
Mar 22, 2018 16:57:46   #
And Julie (Lurker),

I don't know how you and your brothers could manage 3 miles in the freezing sleet !!! Why didn't your mom just let you stay home ???
Mar 22, 2018 16:46:49   #
MarilynKnits wrote:
Then there are fat carrots cut thin on the diagonal. Love them with hummus or peanut butter.

Do you mean baking carrot chips or eating raw carrot ??? I do enjoy carrots with hummus - - I don't recall ever trying them with peanut butter...
Mar 22, 2018 16:42:40   #
Lurker 2 wrote:
The very same one! Always brings tears to my eyes when I think of it! Has an interesting reference back to two lovers- she was of higher birth than him- the reason he can be home afore yee is that the English are going to hang him for some misdemeanor in their eyes, where as she can travel home in her coach.

Ahhh, a love song, of sorts.

And "home" as in "death", eh ??? Hmmmm...
Mar 22, 2018 16:40:17   #
Lurker 2 wrote:
I like a bit of Maple Syrup on things- but that is a major treat. Fortunately I'm only pre-diabetic- and seem to be controlling it by diet so far- I use very little sugar as such- and not a lot of carbs- my main sugar source at present would be the berries I will eat at any hour of the day for a snack.

Mmmmmm - - maple "syrple".

What I really enjoy that's high crispy crunch, high vitamin C and low sugar are red bell peppers.

Not good for people sensitive to solanine tho...
Mar 22, 2018 16:36:24   #
MarilynKnits wrote:
Sliced on the diagonal, simmered until soft, drained, then fried crisp. Yummy.

Sounds like you could make plantain chips ???
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