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Happy Valentine's Day

Thursday, February 14, 2013

What is a skunk’s favorite holiday?

Scent Valentine’s Day.

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Wednesday Assortment

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

“Whoever you are, God or anybody else, you work with the materials at hand.”

—LAWRENCE BLOCK, American novelist
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A woman walked into a post office one day to see a desperate-looking man standing at the counter, carefully applying Love stamps to pretty pink envelopes. He was even spraying each one with perfume.
Her curiosity piqued, she went over to the man and asked what he was doing.
He replied, “I’m sending out a hundred Valentine’s Day cards signed ‘Guess who?’”
“Why would you do that?” asked the woman.
He said, “I’m a divorce lawyer, and business has been slow.”
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David McCallum achieved TV stardom in the 1960s as Russian spy Illya Kuryakin on The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Forty years later, he played Ducky, the medical examiner on NCIS. In a 2008 episode, Gibbs (Mark Harmon) is asked what Ducky looked like as a young man. Gibbs replies, “Illya Kuryakin.”

(I had such a HUGE HUGE HUGE crush on Illya! I still LOVE LOVE LOVE David McCallum to this day (although I don't watch NCIS). He is simply gorgeous. Sigh)


David Letterman has worn suits made of marshmallows, magnets, and nachos.

  
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FRANCES-AGAPE 2/14/2013 11:05PM

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My older brother LOVED
the Man From UNCLE
I preferred Get Smart

Hope you had a Terrific Thursday V-Day !
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Have a Fabulous Friday !


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LOVE and BLESSINGS !

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FCARMICH 2/14/2013 1:51PM

  Liked Illya, love Ducky!

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Very funny

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CAT609 2/13/2013 7:09AM

    very interesting!

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Tuesday Assortment

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Son: Dad, was Abraham Lincoln a great man?
Father: He was, and mind you, when Lincoln was your age, he was out splitting rails.
Son: Yes, I know. And when he was your age, he was president of the United States.
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How many bodyguards were assigned to protect President Abraham Lincoln on the night he was assassinated at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C.?


Only one—and he wasn’t at his post when assassin John Wilkes Booth attacked.
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UNSEEN TV

Commando Nanny (2004)

From 1989 to 1993, Gerald McRaney starred in Major Dad as a tough marine drill sergeant who adopts his new wife’s three children. In 2004, he signed up for the similar Commando Nanny, portraying a former marine who goes to work as a child-care provider. The WB network announced the comedy as part of its fall 2004 lineup. A pilot episode was filmed, but the series was not to be: Teenage costar Philip Winchester broke his foot during filming and had to drop out of the show. Then McRaney required emergency surgery to remove a cancerous lung tumor, and producer Rachel Sweet quit because of the delays. Down two actors and a producer, the WB had no choice but to cancel Commando Nanny before it aired.



Saturday Night Live was broadcast outside of New York only once: from New Orleans in 1977.

  
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I LOVED early SNL
I was in college
(Dateless Sat nights)

I was curious why it was there
here is an interesting link about it
(could not link. you'll have
to cut and paste)

http://blog.nola.com/
davewalker/2008/01/live_from_ne
w_orleans_its_the.html

Have a Wonderful Wednesday !

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VEGSARA 2/12/2013 1:18PM

    HA! Love the Lincoln joke :)

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    Thanks for sharing

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    Interesting, thanks!

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Monday's TV Trivia

Monday, February 11, 2013

THIS DAY IN TV
On February 11, 1960, Jack Paar walked off the set of The Tonight Show.
Jack Paar, the host of The Tonight Show from 1957 to 1962, developed the format still used on most late-night shows today. But Paar had a temper—and didn’t have much patience for being bossed around. In February 1960, NBC censors pulled one of his jokes for being too racy. (It involved a double entendre about the abbreviation “WC”—one person in the skit thinks it means “wayside chapel”; another takes it to mean “water closet.”) Paar was livid, so the next night, following his monologue, he said, “I am leaving The Tonight Show. There must be a better way of making a living than this.” Then he walked off the set and out the door, leaving cohost Hugh Downs to finish the show. Paar returned three weeks later, quipping, “When I walked off, I said there must be a better way of making a living. I've looked, and there isn’t.”

Only 15% of American parents have ever used their TV’s V-Chip.

  
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FRANCES-AGAPE 2/11/2013 11:50PM

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Interesting tidbit


Have a Terrific Tuesday !

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    Thank You for sharing with us

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JUDITHANNIE 2/11/2013 9:59AM

    Very interesting, thanks

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ELSCO55 2/11/2013 8:05AM

    Thanks for the information.

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NANCYRUBIO 2/11/2013 8:01AM

    Never knew why he left. If many of us would only realize this fact.

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CAT609 2/11/2013 7:02AM

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Sunday Thoughts

Sunday, February 10, 2013

"If you want something said, ask a man; if you want something done, ask a woman."
-Margaret Thatcher


"The cock may crow, but it's the hen that lays the eggs."
-Margaret Thatcher

  
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FRANCES-AGAPE 2/10/2013 8:18PM

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Did you see the movie of her
with Meryle Streep ?
Didn't it win Oscars ?


Have a Marvelous Monday !

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MAGGIEVAN 2/10/2013 7:10PM

    Good expressions of female power. Thanks for sharing.

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