Stolf’s Blog 1/26/2012

B*A*K*E*R*S  D*O*Z*E*N

(1)  Childhood is like being drunk…everybody remembers what you did except you…

(2) You Might Be a Baby Boomer If…you knew what a woman named
Tassels O’Toole did for a living, without even having to think about it…

(3)  Common sense is so rare today…it’s sort of like a superpower…

(4)  …but if you can do math in your head without a calculator,
and younger folks are flat out in awe…well, so be it…sez me…

(5)  Charles Dickens: A day wasted on others is not wasted on oneself..

(6)  …he also said: Ideas are like ghosts…you must
talk to them a little before they will reveal themselves…

(7)  We don’t want kids to cuss, but they need something
to let off steam…like for example: Ah, go step on a Lego…

(8) …we had ton of them when I was a kid…
>>> What do you want, a medal or a chest to pin it on?
>>> You weren’t born, you were hatched.
>>> There’s a bus leaving in half an hour, I want you to be under it.
>>> The hospital called, your brain will be ready Tuesday.
>>> You’ll be OK, we just don’t know when.
>>> Did your parents have any children that lived?
…and like that…

(9)  Sometimes, for reasons we don’t yet understand,
the mind just decides to go to the store for a quart of milk…

(10)  Dreams can come true…it could happen to you…like you’re doing something
and you wonder if someday it’ll be illegal…well, just be glad you won’t live forever…

(11) The “Name Game”…and all spellings are correct…She grew
up in Mayberry as Irene Phlogg…went to Hollywood as
Teena Andrews…and was played by actress Diahn Williams…

(12) Cool Daddy’s philosophy: Nobody’s perfect, and I’m Nobody…

(13) Very often, speaking your mind hurts a lot less than biting your tongue…

POUTINE-ON-A-STICK

Fun with Food…or as Jack Benny once said: hors d’oeuvres are just a ham sandwich cut up into 40 pieces…and You Might Be a Baby Boomer If…you always called them “horse doovers”…even after you knew better…hey, it’s a free country, nez pah?…

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