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No, no, no.

Tuna casserole has canned tuna, noodles, cream of mushroom soup, ordinary cheese, potato chips on top, sometimes peas to make it “healthy". Of course, more expensive.

Anyway, NO biscuits or eggs.
That sounds like tuna casserole, to me! I will be going to the store sometime in the near future for that!
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The biggest sex toy I have EVER seen! You go girl....

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I should have known BJ's mind would go straight to the gutter.

Well, I did forget he is a gutter ****!

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He’s handsome. I was expecting a little more rust somewhere, from your talk about him.
No rust, just owies!

And, he is a she!

If we are talking about The Mister, well that is another story...

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OMG Denny.... I didn't realize that you were gay! You had better move here to Portland. You will be so comfortable here with your safe space.... LOL

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Trips back to Elementary School:

Big Chief writing tablets--red front cover with an Indian face in full head-dress. Everyone had Red Chief. I had to make do with plain tablets. Major envy.

Everyone had 64 colors crayon box with built-in sharpener. I had to make do with the 8 color box. I learned the difference between yellow-green and green-yellow with borrowed crayons from the large box.

Organizers which tied to the side of your desk. Everyone had these gorgeous store-bought bags with lots of pockets. My mom made mine out an old curtain (green flowery pattern with cream background) with only one pocket and a drawstring. Major embarrassment.

Clear Plastic slip-on galoshes--I never could get my shoes out after using them. Everyone else had yellow galoshes. Do we detect a pattern here?

Dick and Jane and Spot; Alice and Jerry and Jip.

Slide projectors. Manually threaded movie projectors; the rattling noise if you had the film threaded wrong; ripped out sprockets at the beginning of the film.

SRA readers--Liitle booklets with Q&A about what you had read; reading levels marked by different colors. I was so proud when I got to gold. I also remember cheating to get that high.

Graduating from using pencils to cartridge ink pens in 4th or 5th grade. Left handed, I always had ink on the side of my hand. Rule: no squeezing the cartridge to make ink shoot at someone you didn’t like (or maybe someone you had a crush on).

Big ceiling fans. No air-conditioning in Louisiana.

A parent bringing in a portable TV (wow!) so we could watch rocket launches live (Mercury, Gemini).

Black and white TV’s. Adjusting “Rabbit Ear” antennas. Test patterns.

And last, but not least:
Mimeograph (Ditto) handouts with purple lettering. Oh, that glorious smell.
I refuse to say we are old.

I remember all this!

But I don't remember parents bringing portable TVs. I guess their families were richer than mine.

Loved the smell of mimeograph!

Guess we are old, after all...

Bummer!
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CIGAR BOX - one resided in my dresser / it held all my worldly valuables, as a kid.

TOBACCO CANS - always saved them, good for storage.

SCIENCE CLASS - learning about the density of materials, in Grade7.
- teacher asked us kids, to bring some thermometer's to school
- next break the glass carefully, without getting a fragment in your eyes
- no safety glasses, was the least of our problems
- we extracted the Mercury & let it silk around in our bare hands

^^ We learned a valuable school lesson...impossible to pick up Mercury, with your finger tips.
I remember something like that--a kid brought a jar with about a teaspoon of mercury in it...he was the most popular boy in class that day.
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OMG Denny.... I didn't realize that you were gay! You had better move here to Portland. You will be so comfortable here with your safe space.... LOL

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a la Black and White TV’s...we were probably the last folks in my “group” who got a color TV. I remember my mom explaining that the switch from B&W to color between Kansas and OZ emphasized the depth of Dorothy’s dull, drab life in Kansas. We couldn’t tell.

I also remember going over to a friend’s to watch Star Trek reruns on her color TV. That’s how I learned that those extras in the red shirts who went planet-side would be the first ones to be killed.

Noticed that in the more recent Star Trek movies, the officers wear red. I bet there’s a joke in there somewhere.
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I am glad that The Rifleman hasn't been colorized. Although, I would like to see the true colors of the horses in that series.
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Oh yes, I remember someone asking about spoon bread. A recipe handed down maybe from my great-grandmother. Texture sort of like a souffle, with cornmeal added so it tasted like cornbread. Cooked to crackling brown edges in the oven in one of those blue and white enamel graniteware pots.

Hot out of the oven, lots of butter....yum.

Poached eggs on corned beef hash.....yum again.
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I still watch reruns of The Rifleman.

I like Gun Smoke, too!

I am too frugal to buy TV that isn't free.

Still would like to see the true colors of the horses. Especially when there are Buckskins, Appaloosa's and Paints in a scene.
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We need to have a game room on this site where people actually show up to play spades or something. I am going to take a break and go to my game website.

Talk to you all later. Going to my game site.



I feel like kicking someone's ass at Spades right now. Saturday, I will be kicking some grass/weed ass.
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Looking up lawnmowers to prove they are male. Ran across this tidbit:

"The plot of Stephen King's 1975 short story "The Lawnmower Man" concerns Harold Parkette, who hires "Pastoral Greenery and Outdoor Services Inc." to cut his lawn. The serviceman who arrives to do the job has a lawnmower that mows the lawn by itself while he crawls, naked, behind the mower, eating the grass. The serviceman himself is actually a satyr who worships the Greek god Pan. When Parkette tries to call the police, the mower and its owner ritually kill him as a sacrifice to Pan.”

uh...OK..
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I watch the Rifleman every Saturday morning at 8 AM, while I am reading the news and checking the weather, I figure that I have seen each episode at least 10 times.

I am Chuck!

Chuck, Bill, StJ!, BJ, etc. etc.
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Indian poker is my game (have no idea how it got such a “politically incorrect” name.)

The game is generally played by a large group of slightly drunk folks (the more the merrier). Each person holds one card to their forehead without knowing what it is, but they CAN see everyone else’s card. Everyone bets on whether or not their own card is the highest. Other players collude to make someone think his card is a high one.

Does anyone here play cribbage?

I like hearts better than spades. Nasty queen of spades.
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"The plot of Stephen King's 1975 short story "The Lawnmower Man" concerns Harold Parkette, who hires "Pastoral Greenery and Outdoor Services Inc." to cut his lawn. The serviceman who arrives to do the job has a lawnmower that mows the lawn by itself while he crawls, naked, behind the mower, eating the grass. The serviceman himself is actually a satyr who worships the Greek god Pan. When Parkette tries to call the police, the mower and its owner ritually kill him as a sacrifice to Pan.”

uh...OK..
Okay, couldn't play cards on my game site. Would rather play here.

I give, on if, my Deere is male or female. Guess we can call her DJ and be done with this subject.

All I know is, HE/SHE can get the job done.
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German Solo - Solo is played with a 32 card pack consisting A, K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7 in each suit. There are four players, each ultimately playing for themselves, though temporary partnerships are created by the bidding.

Introduction - Solo is a fascinating card game for all ages. Strategy, experience, and luck are requirements for success. As with any card game, players develop these characteristics over time (with the exception of luck, which seems to come and go). With the help of these rules, you are on your way to becoming an excellent Solo player!

Scoring in Solo can be accomplished in a number of ways. The most common way is by using money. Each bid pays differently, depending on the probability of successfully completing it. Bid values are listed below with the bid descriptions.

Nickel Solo is a common type of scoring. To compute, multiply the score value of the bid by 5 cents. This is the amount to be paid to the player (or players) by each of the other players if he/ she is successful in completing the hand. If not, he/she must pay each of the other players that amount. Common variations to Nickel Solo are Dime and Quarter Solo. In these games the score value is multiplied by 10 and 25 cents respectively. Hand values are doubled when played with clubs as trump.

The current bid determines the trump value of each card, as described below.

After shuffling the deck, each player is to receive 8 cards.


^^ On the farm growing up, we didn't play Euchre much...to easy.
We liked to play SOLO for money...just for small stakes, but more fun than keeping score on paper.
Solo is a challenging and rewarding game, often played with a night of drinking.
Played 1 person against 3 generates 2x the wager vs. picking a partner for the hand & going 2 on 2.
- each player has 8 cards, so a winning hand needs 5 wins / another double wager, for wining all 8 hands played
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"All I know is, HE/SHE can get the job done."

Shoot Denny.... Now you are a transgender! You really, really need to to move to Portlandia.
People will be lining up to buy you beers!

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.....All I know is, HE/SHE can get the job done.
OK, you’re right. He is definitely a SHE!
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Just for fun scanned back through this thread. Found a few posts I had missed.
It still didn’t make any sense and I couldn’t understand half of it.

And I wonder...why am I so masochistic?
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It still didn’t make any sense and I couldn’t understand half of it.

And I wonder...why am I so masochistic?
masochistic
ˌmasəˈkistik/
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>> deriving sexual gratification from one's own pain or humiliation.
>> "masochistic sexual fantasies"
(in general use) enjoying an activity that appears to be painful or tedious.
"he seems to take a masochistic delight in confronting uncomfortable truths"

^^ True - In the end, their is no family secrets kept...contributing to this thread.
- don't be embarrassed, we've all been there
- this support group, is here for ya......you blessed little angel
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And back to games for a bit--Mahjong is a family favorite here. (Not the silly online version of taking tiles off a pile in a certain order, but a game played sorta like Gin Rummy, only with funny tiles and weird words.) We have a set of hand carved and painted bone and bamboo tiles from about the 1920’s. In China, it is a gambling game. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahjong

No gambling here...kids are playing.

Besides, no one here looses gracefully. Money sticks and tiles thrown across the room are a pain to pick up.
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... I was just so happy to see it on my property again that I couldn't resist kissing and hugging it. I showed this pic to my co-worker and he said it looked like I was doing a lot more than just kissing and hugging it and he didn't want to know how far it went. LMAO I work with a bunch of smart asses.
From that photo, it does appear as if Mr. John Deere is definitely a male, because I think The Mister and Little Red Boy (in background) might be jealous...

Just another random thought for this "I Remember When... et al. ....Girls Outside" thread.
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I do like my JD and the red boy better than The Mister.

Oops!

Did I say that?

(gasp)

Kidding!

The Mister first, JD second. Little red boy has a lot of hurdles to jump to even get close to third. It's just an emergency mower, when everything else is broke. It's light and I can lift it, if need be.

A co-worker has a 3 year old little Craftsman rider that she just wants out of her garage. I can probably talk her into $300 for it. I am considering it. It was torture being without my JD. If I bought it, then The Mister and I could both mow and get the job done faster. It's all pasture here.

Beau? Your opinion on a Craftsman?
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