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~~~~~~~ WITandWISDOM(tm) - March 31, 1999
Be kind, everyone you meet is fighting a tough battle too.
(E-zine: JOKES4U http://jokes4u.com/)
~~~~~~~ SPECIAL THOUGHTS:
Sometimes we don't face reality because we "feel" something else. I'm a great believer in acknowledging feelings and I always trust mine but I can't always trust my interpretation of them. There are times I just need to face the facts and grit my teeth and do what the Bible says regardless of my feelings. - Dick Innes
(E- zine: DAILY ENCOUNTER http://www.actsweb.org/encounter.htm)
~~~~~~~ THIS & THAT:
NEW CONCERNS FOR THE BOOMER GENERATION:
THEN: Long hair
NOW : Longing for hair
THEN: A keg
NOW : A ekg
THEN: Acid rock
NOW : Acid reflux
THEN: Moving to California because it's cool.
NOW : Moving to California because it's hot.
THEN: Watching John Glenn's historic flight with your parents
NOW : Watching John Glenn's historic flight with your kids
THEN: Trying to look like Marlon Brando or Elizabeth Taylor
NOW : Trying not to look like Marlon Brando or Elizabeth Taylor
THEN: Seeds and stems
NOW : Roughage
THEN: The President's struggle with Fidel
NOW : The President's struggle with fidelity
NOW : AARP
THEN: Killer weed
NOW : Weed killer
THEN: The Grateful Dead
NOW : Dr. Kevorkian
THEN: Getting out to a new, hip joint
NOW : Getting a new hip joint
(E-zine: HUMORG Mailto:Judib@kktv.com)
~~~~~~~ KEEP SMILING:
A newly married lady asks her new husband "if" he would like dinner. The husband, thrilled that he no longer has to have TV dinners or whatever concoction HE would come up with like in his bachelor days, says "Yes, honey, that would be GREAT! What are my choices?" The new wife looks back at him and without a smile or smirk responds "yes or no."
MORE TRACTION TIPS FOR FROZEN GROUND:
- J.A. Kagy has a fertile solution: "Consider using fertilizer to melt ice around your house, instead of salt. The fertilizer works about as well, it's easier on the grass and plantings along the sidewalk, and the leftover can be used on your lawn or garden in the spring. You also don't have a partial bag of salt to trip over for the rest of the year."
- True grit from J. Schott: "For anyone having trouble with ice or snow in the driveway or on the sidewalk, go to any local feed store and buy a bag of chicken grit. It works great on the ice, and not only that, the birds will eat it after the ice is gone."
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