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Old 01-02-2014, 12:53 PM   #5461
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Andy, I bet your favorite song is Put Another Log on the Fire!

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Old 01-02-2014, 12:56 PM   #5462
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I quit FB long ago when I found out "those people" really DO exist!

Too bad it's become a cesspool of inane remarks because there are still some good things about FB--- like during a crisis, Amber Alert, hurricane etc. Or even just keeping in touch.

And FBs Friending thing? Argghhh!
Facebook can still have all of those great things, you just have to filter out those people who make the experience unpleasant.

I find Facebook awesome to keep in touch with people and their lives. Those I found annoying just get un-friended or removed from my news feed.
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Old 01-02-2014, 12:59 PM   #5463
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[QUOTE=cave76;1332584]Andy, I bet your favorite song is Put Another Log on the Fire!...

HA! The theme song for the "doesn't have a clue gang"
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Old 01-02-2014, 05:26 PM   #5464
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Ahhh, the good old days!
Don't you just want to kill some of those copywriters, girls?

Cocaine and sanitized tape worms !

And perhaps we should point out that the term "fag" has a different connotation in Britain, where I suspect that advert came from, than in America!

The beer ad aimed at mothers isn't as insane as it sounds. It's only fairly recently that midwives over here have stopped advising nursing mothers to drink a glass of Guinness a day. (And some "authorities" on the subject of breast feeding still do eg:-
Mother Food - A Lactogenic Diet: The Best Beer for Breastfeeding )
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My daughters were breast-fed and a glass of beer a day was recommended.
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My daughters were breast-fed and a glass of beer a day was recommended.
My aunt said the same thing; my cousin just turned 50 and has done very well for herself
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I knew someone who smoked pot before feeding her baby, when he was cranky. It worked.
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Old 01-03-2014, 10:15 AM   #5468
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My daughters were breast-fed and a glass of beer a day was recommended.
No offence meant but is that for the same reason that cows are fed fermented silage---- to relax them and to encourage milk production?
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Old 01-03-2014, 11:08 AM   #5469
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No offence meant but is that for the same reason that cows are fed fermented silage---- to relax them and to encourage milk production?

None taken. I've called my Ex many things. Cow is not one of them.

I think it is to encourage milk production.
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