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    People being people.
    Absolutely nothing out of the ordinary.
    Just a bunch of window lickers out in public.
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    Make sure you spend as much time as possible
    on the internet arguing with strangers about politics.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash60601 View Post
    Now you've done it. About seventy years ago, my Dad came home from town one Saturday with two sets of leathers for the pumps (one outside, at the well, where we drew water to carry to the livestock, and one for the kitchen pump) He taught me to work a little lard into the leather so it would last a whole year and how to disassemble the pumps and put the new ones in. That became one more of my chores until 1953, when we moved into his and Mother's "Dream House" that had electric-powered running water.

    No ladle at the outside pump, just a tin can that got replaced about twice a year.

    Thanks for reminding me that "there was a time . . . "
    LOL, slapped for lips on the dipper is what I should have said. Ladle usually meant fancy silverware and white china bowl, while a dipper could be made out of almost anything and could be used anywhere. There was an art to drinking from the dipper without getting your lips on it, and you were expected to learn it at an early age. Slop Jars were for those who did not want to go outside during the night. The ice box was truly an ICE BOX. LOL, running water was not a given in every household back then, and when you had it, it was almost always just in the kitchen. The dining room usually separated the kitchen from the rest of the house. And as a friend reminded me, there were usually butter churns in the dining room, and that is what you did while eating breakfast, churn. Well, at least out in the country where you had access to fresh milk.
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    Many brands of ice cream have been sealing their lids with plastic bands for several years now. It looks like it's time for the rest to follow suit unless they want to see their sales go down drastically.

    Reminds me of the Tylenol poisoning scare many years back that lead to sealed bottles on every kind of OTC drug.

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    There's a good reason the Lord made boogers camouflaged and saliva clear. If they were florescent, we'd all be screaming for mommy.

    Thanks, Smoke! I think I'll be eating in, from here on out.
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    I've always figured that if ya' don't wanna' deal with the flies......ya' just stay away from the manure pile. You'll never have to worry about people like that, if you never go where that kind hang out. For me, it's worth spendin' that extra nickel every month.
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    There's not a lot that makes me go off these days, but seeing that happen would likely be a trigger. Last time I lost it was over a guy stealing razor blades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennisturner View Post
    Many brands of ice cream have been sealing their lids with plastic bands for several years now. It looks like it's time for the rest to follow suit unless they want to see their sales go down drastically.

    Reminds me of the Tylenol poisoning scare many years back that lead to sealed bottles on every kind of OTC drug.
    My brand of choice comes in a sealed container. There are some disgusting people out there.
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    I’m more concerned with food from fast food joints than I am grocery store ice cream. You never know what bodily fluids may have been placed in that burger you just ordered by the kid with the infected nose ring.
    That’s why I stay away from such places as much as possible.
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