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    you funny, OG ... great sense of humor ...
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    Full movie about Depression era dance-athons.

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    I will bump this last story item from the previous page ...

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    Will share this here ...

    The Suicide Tourist: Our Right To Die Together
    (Euthanasia Documentary) | Real Stories



    Craig Ewert, a 59-year-old American with motor-neurone disease, is determined not to live through his steady deterioration until what he fears may be a horrific ‘natural’ death. Should George and Betty Coumbias be allowed to die together at a time of their choosing? For a year, Oscar-winning director John Zaritsky had exclusive access to Dignitas and its clients. The Suicide Tourist will take the audience on a journey they could only have imagined, and won’t forget.

    The controversy over a person’s right to die at a time and place of their own choosing has become focused on the Swiss organization Dignitas. Dignitas in Zurich is the only place where a person seeking an assisted suicide can legally be helped to die, no matter where they are from – or what their state of health.
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    FAMOUS GRAVE TOUR - LA National Cemetery
    (Entertainer Veterans)


    Welcome to Hollywood Graveyard, where we set out to remember and celebrate the lives of those who lived to entertain us, by visiting their final resting places. Today is Veteran’s Day, and so we find ourselves at Los Angeles National Cemetery, a veteran’s cemetery, to remember stars who lived to serve their country, while entertaining us along the way.

    Full list of stars visited today: Cy Schindell, Karl Hackett, Jack Holt, Dean Paul Martin, Woodrow Parfrey, David Gorcey, William Fairbanks, Douglas McPhail, Henry Rowland, LeRoy Prinz, Russell Hicks, Grant Williams, Floyd Butler, Claude Stroud, Royal Dano, Henry Barrows, Michael Hinn, Spencer Williams, Paul Genge, Herb Butterfield, James R. Webb, Juan Duval, Bobby Jordan, June Gittelson, John Russell, Dick Yarmy, Fred D Scott, Lew Gallo, Lillian Gallo, Arthur Housman, James P Spencer, Howard McNear, James Warner Bellah, George Eldredge, Jack Dougherty, Nicholas Earp, David McDearmon, Ina Souez, John Hudson, Walter Barnes, Richard Carlson, William J Powell, Stanley Fields, Lawrence Criner, Jack Burns.
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    Past human behaviors can be far more remarkable than fiction ...

    Weirdest Bits Of Victorian Etiquette You Won't
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    The Victorian era saw the advent of numerous political reforms, social changes and the world’s first industrial revolution.

    However, the Victorians had some other, stranger customs whose common observance died out long ago. These weird bits of etiquette range from the mostly harmless to the straight-up appalling and they paint a pretty clear picture about how far the Victorians were willing to go in the name of what they considered decorum.
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    The Victorians were interesting and definitely a bit crazy. Great fashion sense.

    I've been doing some crazy quilting.
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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    The Victorians were interesting and definitely a bit crazy. Great fashion sense.

    I've been doing some crazy quilting.
    Yeah...what's your take on eating tapeworms?
    Whatever is true. Whatever is noble. Whatever is right. Whatever is lovely. Whatever is admirable. Anything of excellence and worthy of praise. Dwell on these things. Jesus Christ (I agree)
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    They ate them? Retching now. (haven't watched the vid yet)

    Let me guess, they used leeches to help them feel better from the tapeworms. Uuughhh.

    They liked to put spiders and spider webs on the crazy quilts. But I might have to add a tapeworm. (so gross)


    My son learned about tapeworms in school and was subsequently paranoid for several months that he had one. He was growing like mad and hungry all the time.
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    I wasn't searching for this, but how could I resist once found?

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    When my daughter was about 6, I tried to teach her to skate (not that I was great at it). I got banned at a birthday party at a roller rink once (in elementary school) because when people fell down in front of me instead of trying to stop, I would just try to jump over them. That didn't go over very well after I squashed this little girl that I was very fond of. She still wishes me a happy birthday on occasion.

    Anyway, long story short, I put some foam padding double layer on my daughter's behind so if she fell she wouldn't get hurt ... very bad. So she would fall and bruise her ego more than anything else and just get livid. That fun didn't last very long. lol...
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    You jumped over kids, eh?

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    well, i was only 10 ...
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    I see you're still a kid at heart.
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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    I see you're still a kid at heart.
    "As men get older, the toys get more expensive."
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    And the sheds get more full.
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