Tuesday, October 15, 2019

stuff

Timmy didn't drown

In the 571 Episodes of Lassie, the only character that actually fell down a well was Lassie. Timmy never fell down a well.
Now, Timmy did manage to fall in the following (a partial list): two lakes, a gap between two railroad cars, two abandoned mines, quicksand, and a badger hole. Damn, that kid spent a lot of time falling into things. But he seemed to have no problem with wells. His great-uncle Petrie did fall into a well once, in season 4’s “The Crow”, and his adoptive dad Paul almost fell in a well in season 10’s “The Crow,” but Timmy seems to have avoided the family curse regarding groundwater. Not Lassie herself, however! Embarrassingly, the usually sure-footed collie fell into a well in the season 17 two-parter “For the Love of Lassie.” “What’s that, Timmy? Lassie fell down a well? You’re kidding me! Get the camera, this is going to be our Christmas card photo this year.”
Source:woot.com
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DO IT!

Do you know how difficult it is to write sentences without using the letter A
Only legends like myself plus some others might succeed 
...yikes, the phone!
I will return.
It's the computer company, Dell.
They were trying to help me get my letter (first one) returned on my computer.
Obviously they did not. 
Don’t even try.

Oh well! luckily it’s not the letter ”E”
source:me
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A  test for you


Silent letters in words:
K as in knock
W as in know
H as in honor
P as in psychology
U as in guard
E as in bee
S as in debris 
A as in aisle
T as in listen
L as in hal
G as in gnaw

 write a book using these letter rules.
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ADVICE:
never buy a book from IKEA


Monday, February 11, 2019

stuff I like today

Math


THERE ARE 3 KINDS OF PEOPLE IN THIS WORLD. 
THOSE WHO ARE GOOD AT MATH
AND THOSE WHO AREN'T.

Hemlock's two main rules of Life

1. Never tell everything you know
2.