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1 day ago  ::  Sep 27, 2016 - 1:28PM #13531
bomberhojoe
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Feb 18, 2016 -- 3:45PM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:

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On September 24, 1789 the Judiciary Act of 1789 is passed by Congress and signed by President George Washington, establishing the Supreme Court of the United States as a tribunal made up of six justices who were to serve on the court until death or retirement.  ehhh a rather peculiar reply...I am compelled to ask do you have any suggestions? I am not a big fan of jobs that you are given for life. ALso not a big fan of some of this courts decisions.  oh, I understand perfectly, and I'm in total agreement...and in fact, I'm sure I can guss which decisions confound you(us) the most...what do you think of their recent one(June/July 2015) regarding "same sex marriages"...oops!...sorry, no politics discussed in this thread your indiscretion is safe with me who do you feel should replace Antonin Scalia?...when?...I think asap...we can't afford to have push decisions...ties don't count I would choose one of these....
Born September 24

1941 - Linda Eastman McCartney, NYC, photographer and musician (Wings-Ram) and wife of Paul McCartney I'm confused...this is wife No. 1?...I thought she designed clothes their daughter designs clothes thanks for clearing that issue up for me...I'm pretty sure I have it straight now...she's the one that has only one leg, right?.... Now CUT THAT OUT!! (in the voice of Jack Benny) oh my goodness!...I am so embarrassed..how foolish of me...its her designing daughter that has one leg!?! NO NO NO. Linda was Paul's (Sir Paul) fisrt wife, Stella is their daughter with both legs, Heather was his uni legged second wife, and Nancy is his current multi-legged wife.


1958 - Kevin Sorbo, actor (Hercules Legendary Journeys, Kull The Conquerer) he is a great Hercules...is very type cast he made a real good Christian movie "Abel's FIeld" not familiar with this movie but I'm going to ret it on your recommendation...I'm hoping my FiOS on demand will have it available happy hunting have not found it yet...admittedly have not (not at all) stalked much at all....I will try to remember you can watch the whole thing right here.


John 3:16 * Ephesians 2:8-9 * Romans 10:9-10 * John 14:3-6 * Romans 5:8
1 day ago  ::  Sep 27, 2016 - 2:25PM #13532
115by7and9in61
Posts: 6,412

Aug 29, 2016 -- 11:49AM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 12, 2016 -- 12:10PM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:

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Born March 3

1778 - Frederica of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Queen of Hanover – so she’s the Pretzel Queen?? yep, one of them...her cousin Philomena of Ogdensburg-Zelienople, Queen of Snyder is the other HAHAHA, you are twisted it takes twisted to know twisted...ain't it grand? now you are coming off a little salty. you twisted, salty fool you ever tried 'em dppid (doused) in honey mustard...to die for!...and believe you me, double dipping is most definitely allowed


1920 - James Doohan, Vancouver BC, actor (Montgomery Scott-Star Trek) – “therrrrrres just not enough powerrrrrr sirrrrr” perfect brogue, I don't know how you do it i go heavy on the rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr key let me give it a try...rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr...cool, I'lllll hhavvvvvvve to remember thissss featurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrre do you need a nap? perhaps a mild sedative? so sorry...mypology, I have  vv.a...I am abouuut to have everyeverything nder controoooooool verry ssoooooooooo..      n


1925 - Enzo Stuarti, Italy, singer (Yesterday) I thought the Beatles sang "Yesterday" they did aah, yes, well aah, sooo... aah sooo isn't Italian, it is Japanese you know...all I can say at something like this is..."I feel so sorry Mrs. B and the girls...I will say prayers"...


1962 - Herschel Walker, WFL/NFL running back (NJ Generals, Dallas Cowboys) - Heisman Trophy Winner to my knowledge, he did not become an actor...smart fellow great talent too ... in football, not acting a Heisman Trophy Winner rarity HAHAHA, yes indeed 





"...let it be known that as of this date in Major League Baseball history the one, truly honest single season home run record...61 in '61..."
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1 day ago  ::  Sep 27, 2016 - 2:55PM #13533
115by7and9in61
Posts: 6,412

Aug 29, 2016 -- 2:56PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 12, 2016 -- 4:05PM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:

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Born July 31


1911 - George Liberace, Menasha Wisc, violinist (Liberace Show) so, what was Liberace's(the piano player) first name Wladziu goodness!...God bless you, hope you are not catching my cold...so, anyway, what was Liberace's first name? Wladziu! darn allergies take two Benadryl and when you call in the morning (5-6 months) please teach me how to pronounce this marvelous name properly Vlajaa is the best I could find on the WWW I can't make any sense out of this please try another scource... I am going crazier...now I' trying to figure out how to correctly pronounce Vlajaa???


1966 - Dean Cain, Mt Clemens MI, actor (Clark-Lois & Clark) – I enjoyed this show I think he played for the Buffalo Bills for awhile I think you are correct hmmm?...interesting a mediocore football player becomes a fairly decent actor...I'm sure there is something to this well there you go, we have finally come across one.  Here are a few more with my rankings 0-10 did not know Daryl Johnson played football...did not know Carl Weathers played football...say, after reviewing your picks I realize there wa no #1 or #2...what's up? First off, I spent about 30 minutes trying to figure out why you asked about Daryl Johnson. I believe you meant Dwayne. Second, the numbers are not rankings, they are ratings. IE Terry Bradshaw is 6 out of 10, and so  on well, now this is all o a sudden starting to make some reasonable sense...thanks so mouch for clarifying this for me and you surmised correctly on both accounts...First off, Daryl/ Dwayne close enough...by the way:   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daryl_Johnson      B. I'm still going to ask you again, why no #'s 1 or 2...the majority are totally rotten actors and yet you out of tekindness of your heart haven't given any 1's or 2's???...I also noticed there is no 10...say, I have another candidate...how about Merlin Olsen? 




the Rock; 4


Terry Bradshaw; 6


Jim Brown; 5


Alex Karras; 6_Johnson


Howie Long; 3


OJ (in movies); 3 HAH!!! you are too kind!


OJ (on trial); 9 PERFECT!


Fred Dryer; 6


Bubba Smith; 4


Carl Weathers; 7


John Matuszak; 5


Fred "the Hammer" Williamson; 7


Ed Marinaro; 7


Dean Cain; 8





"...let it be known that as of this date in Major League Baseball history the one, truly honest single season home run record...61 in '61..."
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1 day ago  ::  Sep 27, 2016 - 3:41PM #13534
115by7and9in61
Posts: 6,412

Aug 29, 2016 -- 3:01PM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Jan 14, 2016 -- 8:42AM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:

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On February 20, 1792, President George Washington signs legislation creating the U.S. Postal Service.has cetainly had it's ups and downs over the years...lately mostly downs so no stamp of approval from you? brilliant!...you are such a card would that be a postcard?? i'm sorry, I am just mailing it in now. Sorry, I will stop I know better than that...you won't stop it...you can't stop it...I have cmoe to the conclusion you are definitely certifiably insane INSANE!?!? Insane you say?? ya' know after taking some time (HAH!) to reconsider this...maybe you are just a little bit crazy...which I understand is perfectly healthy tese days...stay well, my friend will try my best compadre. just a little bit?? ..... and I thought you knew me pretty well I guess I was being a little too kind...you are the craziest loonytune I have ever had the pleasure of being pen pals with...there, is that better?
Born February 20 

1946 - Sandy Duncan, Henderson Tx, actress (Hogan Family) – “Wendy, Michael, John ….” and for goodnes sakes, don't forget Nana! WOOF WOOF Do you know she only had one eye...Sandy; not Nana Eye did know that. I am SO Ssoorrryyy do you suppose it is difficult to fly with one eye?...I use to practice driving with one eye...depth perception becomes a bit of an issue Flying with one eye is perfect, it looks Norsk with 2 (flyiing) see? do you recall that I decided you are only a little bit crazy...I fear I may be mistaken may be! MAY BE!!!! HAHAHA may I bring your attention once again to the aforesaid olive green post of February 20, 1792 above...needless to say, I was still being too kind! 


1963 - Charles Barkley, Leads Ab, NBA forward (Phoenix, Rockets, Oly-gold-96) - annoying yep...but he certainly could play the game...did a halfway decent job sportscastering (is that a word?) during the Men's NCAA Basketball Championship...and I was very sceptical  sportscastering??? is that how they make unichs?? be patient a moment whilst I collect myself...I think this is absolutely the funniest comment you have ever typed...it's totally outrageous...pants have already been checked three times...I don't even care anymore...and, oh, by the way, it's eunuchs...  correct, unichs is slang term for unicyclists gee, didn't know Charles was a mathematician, too I am sure he wasn't, it doesn't add up absolutely nothing we have stated here adds up...poor Charles, I certainly hope he has not been too offended reading this...it's just silly nonsense, Chuck...shake it off not sure fellas like him get easily offended  I wouldn't want to press our luck, though...things could get really messy...say, let e ask you something...do you really thing Charles is a eunuch?...it wouldn't surprise me...





"...let it be known that as of this date in Major League Baseball history the one, truly honest single season home run record...61 in '61..."
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1 day ago  ::  Sep 27, 2016 - 4:35PM #13535
bomberhojoe
Posts: 12,368

Feb 19, 2016 -- 8:44AM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:

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Born September 25


1773 - Agostino Bassi, Italian entomologist – first entomologist  yep, but if we're mistaken I'm certain he is the first Italian one ma naturalmente   God bless you! thank you welcome...hmmm?...when you sneezedo you always only sneeze once?...man, when I sneeze it is multiple, spasmodic, convulsive...so bad I sometimes feel like I'm going to suffocate...say nothing about the dreaded necessary pants check...actually I think my heart stops sometimes...truly...and when it happens while I'm driving...you don't even want to know usually it is 3 -4, but not occasionally I will fire off just one


1903 - Mark Rothko, [Marcus Rothkovich], US, painter (Green on Blue) – he made aqua?? no, our Lord made the waters, you silly goose HAHA, you are a delight so are you...say, do you have Dairy Queens in your area...they promoting some remarkable $5.00 meal deals here...like the flamethrower cheeseburger...oh my word...whadayah think? we do have them, but I have never had a flamethrown at me. will have to try it I have not tried one yet...ours is closed for the winter...must wait until the re-opening...must have one of these...did you have yet?...did you?...did you?...if so how was it?...do you still have a face left?...tell me the truth...it was great, wasn't it? I have nort been to a DQ in a while, so needless to say have not had any flames thrown at me


1915 - Ethel Rosenberg, American Communist was her and her husband spies? yes indeedy what happened to them/...I'm thinking they were executed... yep, deader than dead   moving right along...oh, but wait...what form of execution was used?...who watched?...anybody important? They were electrocuted. The electrocution took place at Sing Sing in Ossining NY, the executioner was Joseph Francel and there was one notable witness, author Bob Considine




1968 - Will Smith [The Fresh Prince], actor/rapper (Men in Black, Independence Day, Fresh Prince) - ehhh we know, we know...seems like these Smith people are popping up all the time in this NJ-Almanac...how many birthdays are they allowed 6 each six!...my oh my, awfully stand-off-ish and thoroughly into themselves, don't you think? yes indeed, and with all the birthdays, they are both turning 236 this year I'm not impressed...however critics say he did a remarkable performance in that football concussion movie...I will not see it...hmmm?... he didn't look that old in the trailer...movie make up is really something, don't you think? it is indeed

John 3:16 * Ephesians 2:8-9 * Romans 10:9-10 * John 14:3-6 * Romans 5:8
1 day ago  ::  Sep 27, 2016 - 4:40PM #13536
bomberhojoe
Posts: 12,368

Feb 19, 2016 -- 9:23AM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:

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Born September 26
1729 - Moses Mendelssohn, philosopher/critic/Bible translator – good name for Bible translator might have had a brother who was a composer...Mendelssohn is also a ood name for a composer you are the expert no... not really...here i a little something I'm sure you are familiar with...you don't have to listen to all of it but it is pretty cool what a lovely, busy little number glad you enjoyed it...by the way, Moses, our Horsefield's Tortoise (( more commonly referred to as a Russian Tortoise) is doing just great...has grown almost 2 inches since we have adopted him...and his new companion, Mossy (also a Russian Tortoise) is not far behind him...in fact she will be the larger when they are full grown..they are a joy...Bravo! loves them...enjoys flipping Mossy with his nose; and then walks away leaving her helpless...Pam gets sooo annoyed good for Bravo, I would do the same thing
1767 - Wenzel Muller, composer and yogurt maker I like mine with blueberry or pineapple, there is also a brand that makes a key lime variety that is quite good...the lime is my favorite...I'm hoping someone will get really innovative and come out with ...oh, let's see ...maybe, bacon lettuce and tomato...peanut butter and bacon...dark chocolate raspberry and bacon...bacon cheeseburger and fries...or just plain bacon might be tasty I have spoken to the good folks at Light & Lively and they said, unfortunately a bacon yogurt would be neither light nor lively so we should try Dannon sadly, as I am sure I have alrady stated, Muller yogurt, along the banks of Lake Erie is no longer...we must continue with our quest...ya' know I used to make our own yogurt back in the day when we thought it would be cool to live off the fat of the land (HAH!!!...what the heck were we thinking?...what was I smoking?)...maybe I will try to whip up a batch of my own let us know when it is ready

1968 - James Caviezel, actor – The Passion and "Person of Interest"...he is very, very good I have not seen the show give it a try I think you would like it...start at season 1...has such an intersting voice...makes you set up and listen carefully for fear you might miss something OK, I will put in on my DVR schedule how are you doing with this...very, very delayed in coming back this season??? I have watched a couple of episodes and sadly I wasn't crazy about it. But, speaking of Jim, here is something you might find interesting.


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