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Max The Magnificent
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Re: Andy Capp
Max The Magnificent   6/4/2014 3:38:44 PM
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@Stargzer: The picture doesn't show on my PC, but I don't know if it's our net-nanny software or not.

It shows on mine when I click your link...

 

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Re: Manuals
Max The Magnificent   6/4/2014 3:36:47 PM
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@perl_geek: Check the links in my earlier posting. That's why I put them in.

I'm going to -- just as soon as a get a moment to draw breath :-)

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perl_geek   6/4/2014 3:29:37 PM
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Check the links in my earlier posting. That's why I put them in.

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Re: Andy Capp
Stargzer   6/4/2014 12:53:51 PM
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@David Ashton: "(Andy Capp was a working-class British layabout forever shirking work, drinking beer and chatting up barmaids, and a cigarette hanging out of his mouth).  He had a long suffering wife called Flo who had cleaning jobs to bring in a bit of money."

Andy resides at gocomics.com.  Here's today's story:

 

Edit: The picture doesn't show on my PC, but I don't know if it's our net-nanny software or not.

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Re: Mysterious Object
Max The Magnificent   6/3/2014 9:45:12 AM
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@kfield: You mean you were pouring it directly down your gullet, bypassing your lips entirely?

Hey -- I'm not gauch -- my mom brough tme up propper -- I know which color drinking straws and which paper umbrellas go with each type of cocktail -- and when it comes to a formal dinner in which white, red, and dessert wines are served with each course, I know that you use the drinking straws starting from the outside -- LOL

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Re: Mysterious Object
Max The Magnificent   6/2/2014 5:59:24 PM
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@kfield: ... but you do understand it's a joke -- right?


Otherwise how would I have been able to suck up any that accidentally sloshed onto the table? LOL

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Re: Mysterious Object
Max The Magnificent   6/2/2014 5:58:02 PM
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@kfield: You mean you were pouring it directly down your gullet, bypassing your lips entirely?

Well, that's the underlying meaning when you say "alcohol never touched my lips" ... but you do understand it's a joke -- right?

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Re: Mysterious Object
kfield   6/2/2014 5:48:56 PM
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@Maxthemagnificent  You mean you were pouring it directly down your gullet, bypassing your lips entirely?

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Re: Mysterious Object
Max The Magnificent   6/2/2014 4:56:20 PM
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@David: But she has not let me forget that.

Strange how wives and mothers forget all of the good things you do, but you blow up one lousy garage and...

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Re: Mysterious Object
Max The Magnificent   6/2/2014 4:55:13 PM
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@David: I had 9 G&T's once [...] drove to my then girlfriend's place [...] she is now my wife.

A warning to us all as to the dangers of alcohol! LOL

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