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Today is bubble wrap appreciation day. Is there anyone among us who has not popped a sheet or two of that great toy?


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...Is there anyone among us who has not popped a sheet or two of that great toy?


Anyone who has missed out can try this!


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[QUOTE]Originally posted by dandelion:
Maybe just that some people will steal anything that isn't red hot or nailed down.[/QUOTE

In this case, there are people who gather to watch this ceremony.


Could it have taken 60 years for the guy to catch on that he was being watched and have an attack of shyness?
 
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Per your above site..AHHH! Thanks a lot, Phil!?!

After almost forty hours of non-stop popping, in all colors and with all variations of design and rapidity, my wife finally pulled the plug on the computer screen. I am feeling much better now that I have had a few hours of sleep and a hot cup of coffee!

However, I don't think I got ALL of THEM...!
(RB's ~ "Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl")
 
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I found the chain reaction option most satisfying. One click, and the whole lot set to popping. Much finger energy thus saved!


- Phil

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Who else misses Carson?

This is wonderful!


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Doug, Thanks for posting this, I miss Carson and others too.
Carol Burnett Outakes Tim Conway's Elephant story--

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXLMGke89NI
 
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A company named AudioForum is having a clearance sale. They have a interview CD with Ray Bradbury.

On the site, click where it says Great Literature.

http://audioforum.com/index.php
 
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Carol Burnett Outakes Tim Conway's Elephant story--

I saw this back in the seventies. Loved it then, and again now. That dialogue was entirely made up by Conway on the spot. Such a talent.


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As we men try to spend as little actual time as possible inside the Hallmark store over the next two weeks (buying Valentine’s Day cards) we must remember that Maxwell Smart’s secret agent cover was that of a greeting card salesmen.


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I just received a call that there was a F451 question last night on Jeopardy. Being under 80 years old I did not catch this broadcast.


John King Tarpinian
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I just received a call that there was a F451 question last night on Jeopardy. Being under 80 years old I did not catch this broadcast.

If your government work ever falters, you can make it as a comedian - that was funny!


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A company named AudioForum is having a clearance sale. They have a interview CD with Ray Bradbury.

On the site, click where it says Great Literature.

http://audioforum.com/index.php


Thanks Linnl! I pointed, clicked, and purchased!

Please do say so if you happen upon another.


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jkt, DS: Yeah!
"What is 'My mom never misses a show all week!', Alex?"
 
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Has Ray voiced his reaction to the Obama decision to gut the Space Program?
Anyone know?
 
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