Monday, January 02, 2006

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Betsy Ross asked a group of colonists for their opinions of the flag that she had made. It was the first flag poll.

Employees at AAMCO Mufflers complain that it is exhausting work.

When the first marble building was built, everyone took it for granite.

The Janitors Union went on strike demanding sweeping reforms. The Baker's Union, however, wanted more dough.

William Canby is credited with inventing the first computing scales, which proves that where there's a Will, there is a weigh.

Show me a blacksmith who is making hardware for a bathroom, and I'll show you a man who is forging a head.

The inventor of artificial snow originally called his product Snow Fakes.

Thomas Jack, an Englishman, invented the automated packaging machine which revolutionized commercial sales in 1924. He was known as Jack the Wrapper and he made a bundle.

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  1. Lyn, I didn't know I had an old e-mail listed on my blot sight and hadn't even seen an e-mail you sent about my book review for The Prodigal until literally 5 minutes ago, I am sorry I never got back to you.

  2. No prob. I often comment and forget to go back and review if anyone else has commented on my comment. Blogger doesn't have it, but I like the feature some blogs have that allow you to subscribe to a post and all the followups.


Keep it clean and positive. (And sorry about the word verification, but the spmb*ts are out in full force!)