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The Canterbury Puzzles

This is an old book (1919) which is now in the public domain. Here are some extracts. Puzzle Joke This may be a little hard to understand. The money is English pounds, shillings and pence. Two half pence makes one penny and twelve pennies make a shilling
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Posted by on November 5, 2022

The Canterbury Puzzles

This is an old book (1919) which is now in the public domain. Here are some extracts. Puzzle Joke This may be a little hard to understand. The money is English pounds, shillings and pence. Two half pence makes one penny and twelve pennies make a shilling
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Posted by on November 5, 2022

Tiny Terror And The Stomach Ache

No Longer Tiny The tiny terror is now 8 years old and hates the name "tiny terror" because she is "big" now but she is still the same impulsive, "devil may care", "let's try it right now" wild child, who goes to skateboarding lessons, roller skates with n
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Posted by on September 22, 2022

Student Syndrome

So What Is Student Syndrome Putting off starting because it's not due for ages. It is used to refer to students because many are given projects that are not due for several weeks, in order to allow them to research or read particular books. But because it
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Posted by on September 4, 2022

Cartoons Prompt Bad Behavior

New Cartoon My grandson likes watching cartoons on Netflix. The children's programs are usually pretty good, though I take issue with some of them (some are silly, other promote stylish fashion - not appropriate for young children). Other cartoons promote
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Posted by on August 21, 2022

Bugs - Getting rid of 'em

Do you remember when you'd hear your neighbor had bought some pest traps they put up in their yard? Often, they employed a sexual attractant, a chemical called a pheromone. The theory was that whatever bugs were in your yard would be drawn into the trap,
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Posted by on June 12, 2022

What's for Dessert? The Gelato Odzniewzewski Concoction

Everyone has a name. Why, there was even an actor named X Brands! Some names are short and sweet, appealing to the eyes and ears. Then again, there are names that are neither. We will speak of one that falls into both categories, A talented young fellow na
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Posted by on May 6, 2022

Development of the Cookie

Our friend who invented the peanut butter sandwich went on to produce "the cookie." Let's discuss the details. As we learned, in "The Story of Figaro Newton," the humble Figaro wanted to become a sandwich guru. After becoming famous, he decided to develop
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Posted by on May 3, 2022

The Story of Figaro Newton

Ah, let's see -- what about Figaro Newton? Let's begin our story, first, by saying: The story I am about to tell, its names, characters, and incidents, are &nbs
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Posted by on May 2, 2022

And The Culprit Was ...

Scrubbing Potatoes When the new potatoes come in, in the late spring, I cook them in their skins, just scrub the dirt off with a nail brush and remove any blemishes, though with new potatoes there often are very few. Once the dirt is gone, I return the na
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Posted by on September 12, 2021

A Lesson On Cars

Tiny Terror You probably thought the tiny terror was all grown up and behaving herself now she is 7 years old? I took her shopping today and as usual, she never stopped talking. At one shop, I left her outside to watch the shopping bags. She did that very
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Posted by on August 10, 2021