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  • BTDT2
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    Originally posted by PR723 View Post
    What are Pogue's options if allergic to penicillin?............Ginger, of course.


    Ginger drinks
    .
    You can make a ginger tea by boiling slices of ginger with water in a saucepan for a few minutes. Afterward, you may transfer it to a teapot, add lemon or honey to taste and serve in a cup. You may also try ginger lemonade and ginger ale as well.






    Sounds fishy to me.....

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  • BTDT2
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    Originally posted by PR723 View Post



    Can you find me? I'm the one wearing the hat.
    You’re standing to the immediate right of Union Army Major General Hunter, in front of Generals Townsend, Campbell, Eaton and standing behind Captain Henway . Do I win anything?



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  • NOLA2005
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    Originally posted by PR723 View Post

    I'm puzzled as to why a family would bury their loved one after going through all of that trouble. Why not slide him into the car, take him home and sit him in the family room? A swiffer, anti-mold solution, wax and you're good to go.

    Side note: In the 70's, I remember occasionally seeing a wake held in a loved one's home. That body did a fair amount of traveling before finally making it to the cemetery.
    Did you go and die before that big poker game you were looking forward to? Well you don’t have miss it at all...

    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-...ad-7249179.amp

    WTF??!!
    Last edited by NOLA2005; 07-12-2018, 10:04 AM.

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  • PR723
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    Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post

    PR are you sure it was 70 and not 85? You are referring to the 1,654-mile journey of Lincoln’s funeral train, right?


    Can you find me? I'm the one wearing the hat.

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  • Iowa #1603
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    Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post

    PR are you sure it was 70 and not 85? You are referring to the 1,654-mile journey of Lincoln’s funeral train, right?
    I vaguely remember that ........................

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  • BTDT2
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    Originally posted by PR723 View Post

    I'm puzzled as to why a family would bury their loved one after going through all of that trouble. Why not slide him into the car, take him home and sit him in the family room? A swiffer, anti-mold solution, wax and you're good to go.

    Side note: In the 70's, I remember occasionally seeing a wake held in a loved one's home. That body did a fair amount of traveling before finally making it to the cemetery.
    PR are you sure it was 70 and not 85? You are referring to the 1,654-mile journey of Lincoln’s funeral train, right?

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  • PR723
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    Warning: This story is not for the faint of heart. Do not read during or immediately after a meal...except for IOWA.


    This is a WTF(ing)F story.......

    https://www.atlasobscura.com/article...an-and-a-mummy

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  • PR723
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    Originally posted by not.in.MY.town View Post
    Here's a major WTF from NOLA for NOLA (and everyone else):


    The latest funeral trend -- "extreme embalming"








    Unique? - Yeah.
    Loving? - I guess.

    CREEPY AF? - HELL YEAH.


    ( source: https://wgno.com/2018/07/08/nola-fam...oodbye-to-son/ )
    I'm puzzled as to why a family would bury their loved one after going through all of that trouble. Why not slide him into the car, take him home and sit him in the family room? A swiffer, anti-mold solution, wax and you're good to go.

    Side note: In the 70's, I remember occasionally seeing a wake held in a loved one's home. That body did a fair amount of traveling before finally making it to the cemetery.

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  • PR723
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    Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post

    BTDT2, I believe you have given me an idea for a second career. One where I may actually feel sane at the end of a work day.

    My T-towels will be customized to fit anyone's testicular needs. They will be soft AND smell of Lavender Serenity.

    ...........Aromatherapy for the balls.


    I'm going to go ahead and apologize for my next 2 posts.
    Last edited by PR723; 07-11-2018, 04:06 PM.

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  • Trauma1
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    See, this is why I love you guys.

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  • BTDT2
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    Originally posted by Pogue Mahone View Post
    Welcome back, T1!

    BTDT2, I'm actually south of SF Bay.

    And there's no supervised showers (they threw me out of the women's showerhouse).

    ..

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  • BTDT2
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    Now playing at your local theaters....

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  • NOLA2005
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    Ummm bleach and a stiff scrub brush? Maybe followed by one of PR's lavender scented T towels.

  • BTDT2
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    Thank you....

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