Discussion in 'G8orbill's GatorTail Pub' started by RayGator, Jun 20, 2014.
Choice you now have in the Frozen Food Section in the Grocery Store:
TV DINNERS or HDTV DINNERS.
The Lockhorns watching TV.
"That was a great show. I wish I had known it was an Infomercial." - Leroy.
A Teenager's T shirt I saw yesterday:
"I Don't Go Looking For Trouble.
Trouble Usually Finds Me."
And many years later.....
Her: "If I knew then what I know now!"
Him: "Are you looking at our Wedding Album again?"
The South: The Place Where -
1. The Tea Is Sweet And Accents Are Sweeter.
2. Summer Starts In April.
3. Macoroni and Cheese Is A Vegetable.
4. Front Porches Are Wide And Words Are Long.
5. Pecan Pie Is A Staple.
6. Ya'll Is The Only Proper Noun.
7. Chicken Is Fried And Biscuits Come With Gravy.
8. Everything Is Darlin'.
9. Someone's Heart Is Always Being Blessed.
ZIGGY | Tom Wilson 7.7.17.
Ziggy sitting in front of his Computer:
"I'm so bored...
Every time my Computer goes down...I'm forced to sit and think of stuff."
Beautiful Full Moon tonight. I'm sure it made everyone smile who saw it.
Getting use to your age takes a long time.
Tell me about it.
So Ziggy is on the highway and sees a road worker placing a new sign on the side of the road:
NEXT 35 MILES.
So A Husband Is Now Retired And At Home.
And His Wife Now Has A Full Time Job.
. Tom Wilson.
So Ziggy sees a sign on the front of a store:
Yeah, That's Right,
We Still Exist!
"I never teach my pupils, I only provide the conditions in which they can learn."
- Albert Einstein.
"Growing Old Is Mandatory;"
"Growing Up Is Optional."
- Chili Davis.
Tell me about it.
So Ziggy sees a new book in the book store.
USA TODAY Snapshots 7.18.17
Landline Phones Are Dying.
46%. Of Households Had A Working Landline Telephones In 2016.
51%. Had Cellphones Only.
I'm a 46%er.
51% er here
USA TODAY Snapshots 7.24.17
New Global Phenomenon.
June 27, 1967.
Barclays Bank Unveiled The First Automatic Teller Machine A Lttle More Than 50 Years Ago.
Have a great family history with the NCR.
Watching that somewhat "alarmist" TV commercial plugging the food that will last up to 25 years...
The opening of the ad shows attacks and natural disasters, with destroyed neighborhoods....THEN...
WHY OR HOW does the family sit down inside their well-lit dining room and serve their "survival" rations into nice clean serving bowls with piping hot water and a perfectly set table, while through the window you can still see destruction?
Only the advertising "geniuses" can produce it, and only the general viewing public can buy it.
Someone told me I had a screw loose.
I thought it was just an insult. Right? Right.
Wednesday, August 9, 2017.
It's A Beautiful Full Moon Tonight.
I hope everyone can see it.