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  • brian: sad sack room
    August 09, 2019, 10:57:36 pm
  • so_P_bubble: Annie, Larry posts  in Soda Shoppe/
    July 21, 2019, 11:03:18 am
  • brian: I have no idea annie    lol
    July 20, 2019, 12:25:32 pm
  • AnnieA: Had to resignup!  Where can I find Larry Hanna??
    July 19, 2019, 02:00:05 pm
  • so_P_bubble: Not to worry, Carol. It's OK.
    July 16, 2019, 05:09:54 am
  • Carol: I tried to delete "Gloria" -Bubble, can you take it down?  Sorry -  I found that note in here somewhere
    July 12, 2019, 01:24:20 pm
  • so_P_bubble: We have another Gloria on this site and she is posting regularly. :)
    June 26, 2019, 08:02:42 am
  • Carol: Sorry for the sad news on Gloria.  I have not been to this site for months or even years but did "see" Gloria on other posts.
    June 21, 2019, 03:59:52 pm
  • brian: not   everyone  would   take trouble to tell  chatters  Lindancer
    June 04, 2019, 12:48:22 am
  • brian: thanx  lindancer
    June 04, 2019, 12:47:23 am
  • Lindancer: Good morning, This is a message from one of Gloria's neighbors. I am sorry to tell everyone that Gloria passed away yesterday.  I am sure this is not the correct place to post, but I am not familiar with this site,but know that Gloria spent many hours talking to everyone here.
    June 03, 2019, 11:25:02 am
  • brian: better   do more  research  Poochers
    May 09, 2019, 11:30:48 am
  • brian: snip·ing /ˈsnīpiNG/ noun 1. the action of shooting at someone from a hiding place, especially accurately and at long range. "sniping assumed great importance during WWI, especially where trench warfare was prevalent" 2. the action of verbally attacking someone in a sly or petty way. "there has been
    May 09, 2019, 11:29:42 am
  • Pooch1: "Sniper" is a noun.  "Snip" is a verb.  Not funny to be unknowing of the difference in how the two words are treated.
    May 09, 2019, 09:03:06 am
  • brian: so military  snipers   just   snip  LOL
    May 08, 2019, 11:22:01 am
  • Pooch1: 3rd graders learn to double a final consonant preceded by a single vowel before adding 'ing.'  Snipping refers to cutting remarks.  A snipe is a bird.
    May 07, 2019, 06:46:46 am
  • brian: its  sniping  not  snipping poocharooni lol
    May 06, 2019, 11:02:33 pm
  • Pooch1: Well said, Oldiesmann.  Perhaps brian can devote his time to other chat rooms instead of constantly snipping at you.
    May 01, 2019, 10:49:02 am
  • Oldiesmann: brian: If/when I find a suitable solution, I will install it here. I run this site in my spare time and do not have an unlimited amount of time to develop/find a proper solution.
    April 29, 2019, 04:58:04 pm
  • brian: wellmycheal  looks  like its not  going to happen--------   doesnt  seem to be  a problem in my 20 years   senior  chatting with other rooms!!!!!
    April 21, 2019, 11:34:37 am


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Quote from: SCFSue on February 19, 2019, 11:08:21 amRick, I try to "thimk!"  but it's getting harder by the day!

SCFSue--who will be 82 on the Ides of March (the 15th!).
Well, ------ Happy Birthday now. Just in case I don't thimk of it then.
"What good fortune for governments that the people do not think."



I miss years ago we could go  nearly every Sat. night we would take our two sons and go to the movies. (we called it family night) sometimes before we would go for pizza or some night we would go to  the ice cream parlor for a soda or sundae after the show. They look forward to us going out together. they were 13 and 7

Click for Riverhead, NY Forecast

Mary Ann

Gloria de, there may be some families that can do what you used to do, but kids today have so many things thrown at them, not always as important as family nights, but their peers mean more to them than family.  I have often said I was glad I grew up at the time I did because we did things as a family, such as going to the neighborhood movie or even playing outside during the day - all year long.  We didn't have TV and our radio time was around suppertime.  I think for the most part "them days is gone forever". 

Mary Ann


Good morning Mary Ann and whoever might be looking in now.  It's a cold blustery day here with lots of wind and a lower temperature.  My azaleas have started to bloom and I'm afraid we'll have a killing frost tonight--but hopefully they are hardy enough to survive. 

There was a tornado not far from here on Saturday--in Beauregard which is east of Opelika where Tim and Kris (son and DIL) live.  Tim came by this morning to check on me and said they had no damage.  He helped me with some paper work and then went to the Kroger store near his home in Opelika.  He does most of the cooking at their house.  There was lots of damage in Beauregard--something like 24 homes were severely damaged and some loss of life.  Mother Nature was not good to Alabama yesterday!

I'm having left-overs for lunch, so will get to that shortly.  It's pretty chilly outside, but I'm going to bundle up and at least walk around the block before fixing lunch.

Have a nice day!

Mary Ann

Sue, I'm glad to see a post from you.  I saw Auburn on a map on the Weather Channel a while ago and thought of you but I had no idea how close the tornadoes were to you.  I am happy you had no damage, also that your son is OK. 

You answered here my question in Norm's B&T.

Mary Ann


Good evening, snow did not amount to much.  The day before people were going crazy. Someone said 4 to 8 inches of SNOW I bank in stop and shop, but had a hard time finding a parking place, every register was open and long lines. I was lucky no line in the bank. Next someone will announce Hurricane and there is run on beer and sweets :)

SCFSue, I was worried about you when I heard about the
tornado in Ala. Cyriel had and aunt we stayed in Opelika, the rest of his family lived in the Valley.  He was born in Alex City.

MaryAnn Friday night was the big night when I was growing up.  My friends would come over to the house and my mother would play the piano or she would roll up the parlor rug and play the victrola and we would dance, She also would make hot chocolate.She like to dance also, and lots of Sat. nights she would wear and evening gown and go to a dance at the Elks Club. Of course in the winter there was the basketball games. Of course you end up at one of the ice cream parlors.At my age 95  I feel bad for all the lost family memories if that can be called  agripe, I guess sadly that would be it. memories

Click for Riverhead, NY Forecast


My gripe is the foul language in movies - can the writers not think of anything? So depressing - it just ruins a good story.  In my house, nothing was allowed and in my family it was the same.  My favorite story on one son.  He came in the house after playing in the woods with his siblings.  Sulking and mad - I asked him what was wrong.  he said "Well, I have to wash my mouth out with soap because I said a bad word".  I asked him if he needed help and he said no and he did indeed go to the sink and washed his mouth with soap. 

Here is another gripe.  They hired a new weather girl here - she drives us crazy with her arms flapping while walking around and speaking too fast and wants to be "cute".  And, weather (unless it is a real storm) doesn't have to be mentioned three times in the half hour. 

On a roll here - if you do an internet search on insurance, for instance, you will most likely get a phone call really quickly.  We are being tracked all the time. 

I hope everyone is safe with all the poor weather going around. 


In four days---Happy Birthday! 


Quote from: Carol on March 11, 2019, 04:42:49 pmHere is another gripe.  They hired a new weather girl here - she drives us crazy with her arms flapping while walking around and speaking too fast and wants to be "cute".  And, weather (unless it is a real storm) doesn't have to be mentioned three times in the half hour. 
I certainly "ditto" this part.  TV in general has taken a dive --- poor audio in total. Squeaky whining voices. mumbling, dropping off at end of sentence, running stuff together.  I think the constant use of texting has made people incapable of normal talking.  Our weather reports have become long scientific dissertations.  Isobars, cold fronts, low pressure fronts, etc, etc. - just tell me, is it going to rain?

My other gripe is about ordering things. Seems most businesses have trouble getting a whole order done with no errors (this would include delivery [which is not part of the company ordered from]).  :tickedoff:   >:(    :tickedoff:
"What good fortune for governments that the people do not think."



I am getting so fed up with all of these scammers, and all who are trying to attack your emails, your accounts and or where you shop! Then there are the companies such as Microsoft, Apple, Google, Yahoo and others who never announced security breaches until someone else announces it months and sometimes years later.

The latest one is a May 28th of last year breach of an Interior Design firm, Houzz. You may have heard of the company when they have specials of stars or other notables using Houzz for decorating their own or someone else's home or property. This breach from last May!?! was only announced March twelfth!?!

I found out my account was breached and even if I only used it to save house and garden photos, the thieves still have my email and the site password. Think of those who purchased through the site and had credit account numbers stolen!
All great truths begin as blasphemies. -George Bernard Shaw, writer, Nobel laureate (26 Jul 1856-1950)