Great Signs, Cont.

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  1. ali redford says:

    🤗 Bless the people who teach that! 🤗

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  2. jetsam359 says:

    Not sure how I learned to cook. Didn’t get it from the parental unit, but I grew up in the school of hard knocks (i.e. The Marine Corps), so that is where I learned to clean. Cooking came later. It was either that or go hungry. Amazingly enough, my college apartment had a one working burner gas cook stove to experiment upon, so I did alright. Actual cooking for the family came later. You’d be surprised how variations of Mexican spaghetti there are. The kids still laugh about it when the topic comes up…

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    • ali redford says:

      Bless the entities that teach this? I’m trying to be careful. Bless the people who learn this, may be the best way. Anyway, Mexican spaghetti sounds like a good thing for supper tomorrow! 🙂

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  3. MDavis says:

    Isn’t that the sign guy? The one who stands around with signs such as this one in, I think, NYC?
    [goes to google] – Nope.
    First, “sign guy” brings back a lot of businesses who make signs.
    Second, “dude with a sign” guy has more hair than this one.
    Clearly, this hobby can be engaged in by others.
    Yay for dudes with signs!
    https://www.sadanduseless.com/protesting-mundane-stuff/

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  4. Markham Warburton says:

    my wife always thought they were towns in China

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