• New Holiday... yes or no?

    Okay, here's the deal... Lucille! Been giving this considerable thought. They busted St. Christopher about 30-years ago. And now, after 500-years, I think it's time to take Columbus off the calendar as a holiday. It's been proven many times over that Columbus had nothing to do with discovering America. He's got to go. So, I propose... show more
    Okay, here's the deal... Lucille! Been giving this considerable thought. They busted St. Christopher about 30-years ago. And now, after 500-years, I think it's time to take Columbus off the calendar as a holiday. It's been proven many times over that Columbus had nothing to do with discovering America. He's got to go. So, I propose this: We here in America knock out Christopher Columbus and replace him with "A National Sex Week." Here's how it works: If you 'give' at the office... you don't have to 'give' at home. May I have your feedback please. Thank you... and keep on truckin'.
    12 answers · Polls & Surveys · 1 decade ago
  • Replacement Holiday? Your feedback needed.?

    Okay, here's the deal... Been giving this some thought for several years. They busted St. Christopher about 30-years ago. And now, after 500-years, I think it's time to take Columbus off the calendar as a holiday. It's been proven many times over that Columbus had nothing to do with discovering America. He's got to go. So, I... show more
    Okay, here's the deal... Been giving this some thought for several years. They busted St. Christopher about 30-years ago. And now, after 500-years, I think it's time to take Columbus off the calendar as a holiday. It's been proven many times over that Columbus had nothing to do with discovering America. He's got to go. So, I propose this: We here in America knock out Christopher Columbus and replace him with "A National Sex Week." Here's how it works: If you 'give' at the office... you don't have to 'give' at home. May I have your feedback please. Thank you... and keep on truckin'.
    2 answers · Other - Holidays · 1 decade ago
  • Spelling letters of the alphabet...?

    Mr. Phelps, your mission is to spell as many letters of the alphabet as possible without using that letter in the word. Should you or your IM team be caught, the secretary will disavow all knowledge of your existence. Here is one example: "C" - see & sea. Good luck. Oh, and non-english words are not acceptable. Thank you.
    Mr. Phelps, your mission is to spell as many letters of the alphabet as possible without using that letter in the word. Should you or your IM team be caught, the secretary will disavow all knowledge of your existence. Here is one example: "C" - see & sea. Good luck. Oh, and non-english words are not acceptable. Thank you.
    8 answers · Jokes & Riddles · 1 decade ago
  • I Love to read. Looking for some good books. Any ideas? Some books I've read are as follows...?

    (1) "Antlers in the TreeTops" by Who Goosed the Moose (2) "Creme of the Russian Youth" by Ivan Yackinoff (3) "Under the Grandstands" by C. Moore Butts (4) "Tiger's Revenge" by Claude Balls (5) "Yellow Rivers" by I.P. Daily There were several others. But... any ideas on... show more
    (1) "Antlers in the TreeTops" by Who Goosed the Moose (2) "Creme of the Russian Youth" by Ivan Yackinoff (3) "Under the Grandstands" by C. Moore Butts (4) "Tiger's Revenge" by Claude Balls (5) "Yellow Rivers" by I.P. Daily There were several others. But... any ideas on a few more? Thanking you in advance...
    7 answers · Jokes & Riddles · 1 decade ago
  • Have your History teacher explain this if he/she can.?

    Abraham Lincoln was elected to Congress in 1846 John F. Kennedy was elected to Congress in 1946 Abraham Lincoln was elected President in 1860 John F. Kennedy was elected President in 1960 The names Lincoln and Kennedy each contain seven letters Both were particularly concerned with civil rights Both wives lost a child while living in the... show more
    Abraham Lincoln was elected to Congress in 1846 John F. Kennedy was elected to Congress in 1946 Abraham Lincoln was elected President in 1860 John F. Kennedy was elected President in 1960 The names Lincoln and Kennedy each contain seven letters Both were particularly concerned with civil rights Both wives lost a child while living in the White House Both presidents were shot on a Friday Both presidents were shot in the head Lincoln’s secretary was named Kennedy Kennedy’s secretary was named Lincoln Both were assassinated by Southerners Both were succeeded by Southerners named Johnson Andrew Johnson, who succeeded Lincoln, was born in 1808 Lyndon Johnson, who succeeded Kennedy, was born in 1908 There are thirteen letters in their first and last names John Wilkes Booth, who assassinated Lincoln, was born in 1839 Lee Harvey Oswald, who assassinated Kennedy, was born in 1939 Both assassins were known by their three names Both names are composed of fifteen letters Lincoln was shot at the theater named Ford, later renamed Kennedy Kennedy was shot in a car manufactured by Ford called Lincoln Booth ran from the theater and was caught in a warehouse Oswald ran from a warehouse and was caught in a theater Booth and Oswald were assassinated before their trials And here’s the kicker: A week before Lincoln was shot; he was in Monroe, Maryland A week before Kennedy was shot, he was in Marilyn Monroe
    6 answers · Homework Help · 1 decade ago
  • Do we have a "mirror" planet? If so my double just shot the wrong ball and cost me another match. Check it out

    Is there a "mirror" solar system to ours in a galaxy far far away? Could that be the reason I lose so much? Think about it. If scientists are right, when I'm playing 8-ball and miss a shot, could it be my double from our "mirror" planet picked the wrong ball. I mean, I'm thinking I should have played the 3-ball and that... show more
    Is there a "mirror" solar system to ours in a galaxy far far away? Could that be the reason I lose so much? Think about it. If scientists are right, when I'm playing 8-ball and miss a shot, could it be my double from our "mirror" planet picked the wrong ball. I mean, I'm thinking I should have played the 3-ball and that nut-cake chose the 4-ball instead. Is it my double's fault I can't "bank" because he hasn't taken the time to learn, to practice? What's up with that? He's costing me wins every week. Could it be because I shoot right-handed and he (because of the "mirror" is a southpaw?) I know the earth is slightly tilted to one side, but it would be there, too, right? Can I get some help on this, please.
    6 answers · Snooker & Pool · 1 decade ago
  • Is there a "mirror" solar system to ours in a galaxy far far away? Could that be the reason I lose so much?

    Think about it. If scientists are right, when I'm playing 8-ball and miss a shot, could it be my double from our "mirror" planet picked the wrong ball. I mean, I'm thinking I should have played the 3-ball and that nut-cake chose the 4-ball instead. Is it my double's fault I can't "bank" because he hasn't... show more
    Think about it. If scientists are right, when I'm playing 8-ball and miss a shot, could it be my double from our "mirror" planet picked the wrong ball. I mean, I'm thinking I should have played the 3-ball and that nut-cake chose the 4-ball instead. Is it my double's fault I can't "bank" because he hasn't taken the time to learn, to practice? What's up with that? He's costing me wins every week. Could it be because I shoot right-handed and he (because of the "mirror" is a southpaw?) I know the earth is slightly tilted to one side, but it would be there, too, right? Can I get some help on this, please.
    5 answers · Other - Science · 1 decade ago