With whom did I share a plane ride yestereday...
("Yes" or "No" questions only please...)
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Yep, she is a classy lady. Did you give her your autograph?
at 05/04/09 6:31PM
that's cool - I really like her. :) Hey...guess what? My dad got that job...and he will be traveling to Exton next week...he plans on attending church in exton next Wednesday, Lord willing
at 05/04/09 8:21PM
That is kind of ironic - from the top to flying with those on the bottom, yep, that's you. (Hey You disqualified me!!!)
at 05/04/09 11:29PM
(if you say "No" to "Have you beaten your wife lately?" it makes it sound like you used to beat her. And you obviously can't say "Yes." So its supposed to be a lose-lose scenario as a yes or no question. Its a joke. No insolence intended.)
at 05/05/09 11:37AM
joke, and sorry for not being clear, but the "insolence" was also intended as a joke, a reply in kind I guess, but not very clearly so apparently.
at 05/05/09 8:33PM
No, I didn't disqualify
; I disqualified Josh! Or rather, I didn't disqualify Josh; it was just a joke, but he didn't know it, because he didn't know that I knew the joke about beating the wife. This is getting nonsensical.
at 05/05/09 8:38PM
Ah, good, I was hoping you were already familiar with it ;)
at 05/05/09 10:13PM
very exciting... how do you always get to see these VIP's? One time, shortly after we moved here, President Bush came here for the races, but they had any street even remotely near the one he was on blocked off! I couldn't have gotten close if I had wanted to!
at 05/06/09 10:32PM
Whew, what a relief that I was not disqualified!
at 05/06/09 11:46PM
you owe an explanation about the "waving when she saw you"! Okay, you don't really OWE an explanation, but humor us anyway.
at 05/07/09 12:48AM
and explanation owed to
:No, didn't get to speak to her. She was in row 2, I was in row 4. She boarded right at the last and due to a bulkhead between 1st class and 2nd class (between rows 3 & 4), most on the plane were unaware she was there. I asked the flight attendant to pass her a note, just thanking her for being a classy first lady, but was told the crew had been instructed not to allow anything be given to her from the other passengers. With that, and the secret service guys, I thought best not to approach her! But when we arrived at the gate in Philly and we all got up to de-plane, she turned and looked back as she got up, I smiled and waved to her, and she returned the gesture. That's all.
at 05/07/09 9:50AM
That is sooo neat!!
at 05/07/09 11:52PM
Wow wow wow! You should have crumbled the note up and threw it over the seats to her - it was only 2 rows up!
at 05/08/09 8:40AM
Hmmmmm.. do you think it could have led to some contacts though?
at 05/08/09 1:48PM
Wow! How neat!! Too bad you couldn't pass the note, though I understand the precaution. Very nice that she waved back at you though. :)
at 05/09/09 11:47PM
Thanks for loaning your slave out to us.
at 05/19/09 11:42PM
Thanks for showing us the documentary. So interesting!~
at 05/22/09 9:23PM
Hi, I believe you are my owner's uncle . . . He DEFINITELY needs advice from your wife, por favor!
at 05/24/09 11:37PM
at 11/17/09 9:06AM
this is fun.
at 04/02/09 8:43AM
at 04/02/09 4:36PM
I thought spaghetti was a root like carrots. Are you sure this is not an Aprir fools gag?
at 04/02/09 6:34PM
Shared spaghetti tonight with Julio and fam. He would have enjoyed this!!
at 04/03/09 12:53AM
Shane has it right. This was an april fools joke by the BBC in 1957.
at 04/03/09 3:32PM
You mean spaghetti is actually a root? Oh! You mean it was a joke.
at 04/03/09 4:06PM
per below- can't tell for sure, but when I first saw it I took it for a Lada (russian).
at 04/06/09 4:57PM
Funny! My dh on a flight into Huntsville, AL once told a flight attendant who had come into the cockpit (in answer to her question regarding all the "white" she was seeing in the fields) told her they were "grits plants" and it was almost time for the grits harvest. Well, upon her return to the cabin, she promptly made an announcement to the passengers (many of them natives of Huntsville) about how beautiful the grits plants were. (Just in case we have some non-Southerners reading, the fields, of course, were fields of cotton ready for picking.)
at 04/07/09 2:00PM
LOL!! I ♥ PASTA!!!
at 04/16/09 9:52AM
You couldn't fool K. Here is here explanation of the process from a month ago:
How to make and eat noodles
at 04/26/09 10:00AM
GM (Government Motors)
The Soviet block used to produce cars in government run factories. This is what we can expect as the government takes over our auto manufacturing, financing the companies, firing a CEO, passing judgment on business plans and production focus...
Funny!!! Right now anyways. If it come about it will be sad.
at 03/31/09 2:17PM
Maybe we will drive more carefully if our cars do that.
at 03/31/09 6:11PM
brer Darryl or brer Scott, is that an old Lancia?
at 03/31/09 10:00PM
at 03/19/09 2:32PM
He alredy dun totus.
at 03/19/09 2:53PM
Teleprompter of the United States
at 03/19/09 8:54PM
Terrible Open Tummy Ulcer... Suffering.
at 03/19/09 9:19PM
Thanks for letting me borrow your house/a bed/breakfast this past weekend. I missed seeing you guys, but I hope that you got everything and more done while you were in VA.
I turned on the outside light Friday night for you... and then realized an hour into my drive back to NJ on Saturday that I forgot to turn it off. Oops! Sorry about that. :(
Have a good week. :)
at 03/24/09 1:02PM
Obama's approval rating, Rasmussen Tracking Poll
Getting closer. Trending towards parity (between + and -)? Or could he end up like an upside down mortgage? And if so, will he be eligible for a bailout?
at 03/16/09 10:33AM
^ Can you use tax payers' money to buy more votes or higher approval ratings?
at 03/17/09 7:42AM
This is as far removed from Obama and taxes and anything political as anything can be, but it *is* pertinent:
do you and/or Libby like brussel sprouts?
(this is a serious question :)
at 03/18/09 5:04PM
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