Not to be mistaken for a rake or shovel.
Rae Ann,Thanks for sharing this priceless clip! Oh boy...the internet from a simpleton's point of view...Yet the stark truth is that the simpleton does not waver from reality; after all, the simpleton is right on track...A most excellent illustration of Fiction intersecting Reality. Moreover - a brillant mimicry of the "Chairman".By the way, hope you enjoyed the party!Best regards,
Huh! How funny. When I saw you were posting about enormous tubes, I thought you'd be going a completely different direction. ;-)
Great stuff!Have fun. - Q
Hi Cynthia! yes, the party was fun. ;-) I tried to explain to my companions that the tubes analogy wasn't all that far-fetched. And Ted Stevens has a point about them getting clogged up with commercial material. I hate all the flashing ads that clutter my emails (internets, lol). Have a great day!dh, yeah, be sure we had lots of fun joking about tubes! ;-)Q, thanks, I'm home now but have to go to take my oldest to the dentist. I'll check in again later!
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