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Soda Shoppe / Re: Soda Shoppe for May 15, 2018
« Last post by larryhanna on Today at 09:44:21 AM »
Hi Everyone.  We had another rainy day yesterday and expect more rain today.  The lawnkeepers haven't been able to take care of the lawns this week as it has been so wet and the yards have really grown as they do this time of the year.  I plan on picking up a prescription at Walmart this morning, stopping by the fruit stand for more strawberries, sweet corn and peaches and then if I still have any energy left I will go to a meeting.  I plan on watching the golf match later this afternoon.

June, I do a lot of shopping on the computer at Amazon and other sites.  I did check out the eyeglass chain but knew I could get one at Dollar Tree for $1 to try out before I spend a little more for a nicer one. 

Amy, thanks for info on your cooking stove situation.  I don't remember us ever having a wood cooking stove as I grew up and certainly not since Pat and I have been married.  I do remember the old icebox but Dad had to get the ice from town as there was no delivery to the country. 

A lot of good interesting posts from you all since I posted yesterday.  I am going to pretty much take a bye this morning as soon need to leave for my morning activities.  However, I called Walmart and as I feared the prescription had been filled for nitro tablets rather than the long lasting patches.  So I give up and will wait until I see the doctor.  I do have plenty of the fast acting nitro on hand in case it is needed.

I hope everyone has a good day and that Pat Scott Halbach isn't suffering too badly today. 
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Village Clubhouse~Place For Fun! / Re: Six letter Word Game
« Last post by so_P_bubble on Today at 09:32:04 AM »
roomer
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Town Talk / Re: Norms Bait and Tackle
« Last post by larryhanna on Today at 09:20:39 AM »
Hi Everyone.  We had another rainy day yesterday and expect more rain today.  The lawnkeepers haven't been able to take care of the lawns this week as it has been so wet and the yards have really grown as they do this time of the year.  I plan on picking up a prescription at Walmart this morning, stopping by the fruit stand for more strawberries, sweet corn and peaches and then if I still have any energy left I will go to a meeting.  I plan on watching the golf match later this afternoon.

Mary Ann, was sorry that you couldn't get into the cemetery so that Dot could leave the flowers.  It is sort of unbelievable that they would have it closed this week.  I don't expect the Walmart online ordering to be perfect as these are young kids who go around and gather why we have ordered.  They do a pretty good job. 

Marilyne, my wife also seems to use about every dish and utensil in the kitchen when she cooks.  I have never minded buying groceries and still don't if I can get a riding cart to use but often they are not available or the batteries have run down.  It sounds like nice services at the cemeteries for Memorial Day out in your area.  I think we have some of the same thing that happens here. 

Joy, none of our grocery stores yet deliver but I expect that service one of these days. 
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Photos and More / Re: Photo Slide Shows and Home Videos
« Last post by jackwv on Today at 09:11:35 AM »
Sato, always pleased to see you post, and another beautiful group of photos.

Jackie you paint a pretty story with your memories of times past.
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Soda Shoppe / Re: Soda Shoppe for May 15, 2018
« Last post by Gloria on Today at 08:26:39 AM »
This was sent to me by our June


A definition of globalization
that even I can understand and to which
I now can relate:
 
 
Question:
   What is the truest definition
of Globalization?
Answer:
 Princess Diana's death.
 
Question:
   How come?
 
Answer :
 
 An English Princess with an Egyptian boyfriend
crashes in a French tunnel, riding in a German
car with a Dutch engine, driven by a Belgian
who was drunk on Scottish whisky,
(check  the bottle before you change the spelling), followed closely by Italian Paparazzi,
on Japanese motorcycles, treated by an American doctor, using Brazilian medicines.
 
This is sent to me by a Canadian, using American Bill Gates' technology, and
you're probably reading this on your computer,
that uses Taiwanese chips, and a Korean
monitor, assembled by Bangladeshi workers
in a Singapore plant, transported by Indian
truck  drivers, hijacked by Indonesians,
unloaded by Sicilian longshoremen,
and trucked to you by Mexicans who
are in the US illegally because the current
president, born in Kenya and educated as a
Muslim in Indonesia refuses to enforce
US law.
 
 
That, my friend, is Globalization !
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Soda Shoppe / Re: Soda Shoppe for May 15, 2018
« Last post by Gloria on Today at 08:25:53 AM »
Good morning everyone, 65 tp start the day. From what I just heard on local TV we might be in for thunderstorms tonight and much cooler tomorrow.  Oh well this is New England and weather is hard to predict.
In Roger Williams park in Providence every Memorial Day week end they set up a service men-women boot with a flag in it and a summery of the person who wore the boot. They have more tham 10,000 boots there and it is a beautiful sight to see. It is all set up by volunteers. Last year someone stole some of the boots.  Some people have no respect at all.

CAROL  my daughter was close to the border when they lived in San Diego. The last place I worked there was a lot of Hispanics and a few Asions. They were all good workes and all worked on on speaking English even when talking together. They came into the states legally.

SHIRLEY  glad someone liked that Three Presidents. I do not remember who sent that to me. Sad to see a beautiful well made house neglected. When I lived at my son's house it was about 120 years old. Wass a rooming house at first for a mill. That mill is now condos. A lot of small rooms that my son took down walls and made bigger. Blocked some stairs and made a room over them. Odd going into the basement and seeing stairs goind to the ceiling. I had stoage on stairs that went up from below and were blocked at the top and it made great storage for me.

This state borders Conn. Mass. and the Atlantic. You can drive from the northern border to the Atlantic in an hour or more depending on the traffic.

JUNE  wish I was there to see that Victor Borge film. He was one I always enjoyed.

LLOYD  hope you slept well and had some happy dreams.

AMY  my Mom had a big cast iron stove that they had converted from wood to an oil burner. Living in a city is was hard to get the wood and a place to store it. In summer she would do most cooking for the day and shut it off. Then at supper time she would light it up again to cook the meat or what else had to be done then. I think now and wonder how she did her canning on hot summer days.

JANE  I would love a Hoagie or a Sub or Grinder as we call them here.

Have a good day.
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Village Clubhouse~Place For Fun! / Re: "SENTENCES"......on and on.
« Last post by JaneS on Today at 07:32:04 AM »
lasagna...

Last August, Sam and George needed apples.

august
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hood
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Village Clubhouse~Place For Fun! / Re: Six letter Word Game
« Last post by JaneS on Today at 07:26:57 AM »
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