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Bennett Cerf pocket joke book
Posted in Back in My Day Flotsam

Chief says I have good taste!

I found my old “Bennett Cerf Vest Pocket book of Jokes”. I think I got it at a yard sale for a dime years ago….

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Posted in The Advertising

A poll for the ladies

Tampax once asked; Which one does NOT use Tampax? I think it’s the lady on the upper right. She can’t be bothered with having a…

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Posted in Found

But is it art?

This is what happens when all you school stuff gets crammed in your backpack; Your “Three legged Alien Dog” winds up in the weeds by…

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Don't tell God how big the storm is
Posted in Flotsam

Food for thought

A fridge magnet Teresa found. I never paid attention to it before, but now that we are going through some problems of various kinds, I…

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Pig bristle toothbrush ad
Posted in Flotsam The Advertising

Fun facts to know and tell

There is something wrong with this, but I can’t quite put my finger on it. Apparently pigs used to brush their teeth with their own…

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Semi with cat riding on dash
Posted in Highways and Byways

Cool cool kitty relaxes truck driver

Check out this fun kitty chilling on the dashboard. I’m kind of jealous because our cat will go under the seat and refuse to come out if we don’t use her carrier.

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Posted in Back in My Day Grey Gardens West

Fred Flintstone’s toilet was a… pelican? Droll. Very droll.

My mother loved anthropomorphic characters, like Fred Flintstone’s turtle lawnmower, who would pause, look at the camera, and say “It’s a living.” So it’s no…

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MySpace seminar for concerned parents!
Posted in Back in My Day


OMG the Cyber-threat that is MYSPACE! We have to protect our youth! They might start a garage band, or whine about their geometry teacher!

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Posted in Back in My Day

Uncle Hank

I sure would love to see my dad’s Uncle Hank pull up in his old pickup, usually with a dog along for the ride.

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Love is... park bench splinters.
Posted in Love and War files

Love like you want to love

This is how we roll. Sitting outside. Naked. Sharing a contagious disease.

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