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3 days ago  ::  Oct 17, 2017 - 1:05PM #14791
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May 18, 2017 -- 9:10AM, 115by7and9in61 wrote:


On March 5, in the year of our Lord 1963, the Hula-Hoop, a hip-swiveling toy that became a huge fad across America when it was first marketed by Wham-O in 1958, is patented by the company's co-founder, Arthur "Spud" Melin. An estimated 25 million Hula-Hoops were sold in its first four months of production alone. I feel dizzy. say, I wonder if I can even still make one of those things you suppose if I tried real hard to relearn the technique that it would be a good exercise to eliminate my visceral belly fat? seems like great exercise, but PLEASE watch your back  have tried often...very exasparating...can not do this anymore worth a darn...I think it might have something to do with my center of gravity ahhhh yes, I have this same condition so glad you understand what I'm talking's this darn visceral fat I'm having so much trouble with..maybe one of those old fashion steam boxes that just have your head sticking out might help can you find one built for 2? we could share. seriously though...all kidding aside...I'm down to 166 lbs. still have a bit of a "belly" which I can deal with...but I have developed lower back problems...getting better with a physical therapist and a chiropractor...amazing how you try to do some healthy and beneficial  and invariably, some other annoyances crop up...never been to a spa or had a full body massage...seems like it should become a frequent activity I've had massages, not a huge fan of them. Something about a stranger touch .... nevermind. 166?! Wow! I havent been anywhere near that since I was in High School.
Born March 5

1658 - Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac, french colonial governor of America – had a dog named El Dorado yep, and a cat named SRX...what? and a parakeet named deVille .. but it flew the coupe I've decided I don't want contribute to this post anymore...mostly because I can't think of anyting clever to write and that is annoying don't be annyoyed, and please try and remain Seville see what I mean/...that's what's annoying; I'm a complete blank and yet you are just getting started...well, you just go ahead and continue...we will all enjoy it sorry. the deville made me do it ponder you suppose anyone who owned a Fleetwood ever listened to"Rumors'on it's 8-track? Oh, I am sure they did.

1868 - Prosper Poullet, Belgian viscount/jurist/minister – what a nice name hmmm...mmm!...makes me think of the Colonel's special recipe...btw, have you seen the fake Colonel Sanders commericals...disgusting! they confuse me they are absolutely awful... how in the world can anyone imagine these ads will sell more chicken...and nowit seems like they are using more than one fake Colonel...honestly, his laugh must scare the little ones half to death perhaps they will ask you next to portray ole Harland I would be happy to...without sounding too boastful, I'm certain I could do a more convincing job...I mean seriously, any one could do better at it than George Hamilton...who are they trying to kid...what's worse is who will they think of next?...Rex Ryan?... or possibly his Brother Rob...of course they already do a couple of idiot commercials for a local food chain fortunately, they do not run their commercials in these parts you are so fortunate...however, who knows what these two will be up to ; or where they will be headed??? Rex has turned up on TV, no idea where his well coiffed brother is.

1879 - Sir William Beveridge, British economist - another good name for a brewer actually, I'm prettysure he owned and operated a car wash hahaha, OK  now you are in need of a timeout WOW!...boy oh boy...where was I at ???  please cancel my previous comment OH NO, this one was a brain teaser trustme when I say after all these years I can safely say..."one gets away with teasing your brain".. i have no idea what you are getting at here after careful consideration, I think I was trying to say..."NO one gets away with teasing your brain" AHHHH, now its clear as egg nog

1927 - Jack Cassidy, Richmond Hill VA, actor (Oscar/Jetman-He & She) - had something to do with the Partridge family ???? yeah, I'm pretty sure he was married to the children's mother...maybe...for awhile so would that make him the stepdad? perhaps?'s just too hard for me to figure out right now me too, but I am a bird brain EXCELLENT! I have asked so often in the past how do you do this?...what creative uniqueness I have a well fed staff of monkeys say, let me ask you something, do your monkeys enjoy bacon with their bananas? I never share my bacon with them, so I do not know if they would enjoy it.
John 3:16 * Ephesians 2:8-9 * Romans 10:9-10 * John 14:3-6 * Romans 5:8
2 days ago  ::  Oct 18, 2017 - 12:09PM #14792
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Apr 19, 2017 -- 1:43PM, bomberhojoe wrote:

On this 18th day of April in the year of our Lord 1906, the Great San Francisco Earthquake estimated at close to 8.0 on the Richter scale strikes San Francisco, California, killing hundreds of people as it topples numerous buildings. The quake was caused by a slip of the San Andreas Fault over a segment about 275 miles long, and shock waves could be felt from southern Oregon down to Los Angeles.
Born April 18
1480 Lucrezia Borgia, murderess (poison)/daughter (Pope Alexander VI) - kids ah we touching upon some rather sensitive, awkward issues...Mo, please plug your ears...err, aah, close your eyes or maybe you recall I have often stated there have been good Popes and bad Popes...well, Al was a very, very bad Pope who also happened to raise some very, very bad kids...yep, kids!
1590 Ahmed I, 14th Sultan of the Ottoman Emperor (1603-17); constructed the Blue Mosque – another footstool king  yep...wonder where Ottoman was...I think it was pretty huge in its hayday
1605 Giacomo Carissimi, composer hope
1759 Jacques-Christian-Michel Widerkehr, composer nope
1764 Bernhard Anselm Weber, pianist/conductor/composer nope
1777 Ignac Ruzitska, composer nope
1786 Franz Xaver Schnyder von Wartensee, composer nope
1806 Ludwig Schuberth, composer – do we know this fellow? nope
        quite a day for esoteric, totally unknown composers...I think it might have had something to do with the moon
1819 Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, Cuban Revolutionary – Mets outfielder wonderful! really great one...
1852 George Clausen, painter – made some pretty fair pickles too hahaha FYI: be certain to keep them chilled...I learned the hard way...was not pretty
1880 Sam Crawford, MLB Hall of Famer don't know anything about this Sam...I don't doubt you however, possibly Clipper could enlighten all of us...
1922 Barbara Hale, actress (Della Street in Perry Mason), DeKalb, Il  oh yeah...say, do you suppose she and Perry aah...oh, never mind
1926 Doug Insole, cricketer (England batsman of the 50's, nine Tests) – I thought Adam West was batman you are absolutely correct!...this cad was a fraud...what do you suppose the nine tests were all about
1936 Harold Innocent, [HS Harrison], English actor (Tall Guy) – should have been a pope my guess, he would have probably ended up being one of the bad ones...sorry, MO
1944 Robert Hanssen, FBI agent and Soviet spy, Chicago Il sounds really there a movie about him?
1946 Hayley Mills, actress (Parent Trap, Pollyanna), London, England – I thought she was a twin? you are correct again! fact they were Siamese, conjoined twins...they were conjoined at the lower portion of one of their legs...they were left rather disabled after the surgery....ah, maybe I'm thinking of a different Mills...
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1947 James Woods, actor (Salvador, Against All Odds), Vernal, Utah – outspoken actor yes indeed; but I like him
1948 "Tiny" Nate Archibald, NBA guard (Cincinnati), NYC, New York – NBA great agreed
1953 Rick Moranis, Canadian actor (SCTV, Honey I Shrunk the Kids, Spaceballs), Toronto, Ontario – funny fellow yes, I think he is very talented
1961 Jane Leeves, actress (Murphy Brown, Daphne Moon-Fraiser), London, England – funny lady yes indeed...I totally agree...didn't know her name...but I do know she British?...possibly Scottish?...perhaps Hungarian?
1963 Conan Chris O'Brien, TV host (Late Night), born in Brookline, MA - ehh how polite of you...only an ehh?...way too kind
1973 Derrick Brooks, NFL linebacker (Tampa Bay Bucs) – NFL great oh my yes
1976 Melissa Joan Hart, actress (Clarissa, Sabrina), Smithtown, NY – seems like a fine young lady I agree
1983 Miguel Cabrera, Venezuelan baseball player – triple crown winner enough said

"...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..."
2 days ago  ::  Oct 18, 2017 - 2:28PM #14793
Posts: 67,275

Judge & Company have brought us to within 2 games of the World Series ... GO YANKEES! 

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