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It is well after midnight, I woke up to do what you usually do after midnight so here is your daily whacker: What does Moses, Superman, and the cabbage patch kids have in common? I did not stutter, and by ovservance you are learning to look for exact clues and exact wording, relying less on your puter to think for you. What you are learning to do is to think seperate of your machine; something you must learn and pass on to your children or in about 200 years machines will take over; your DNA-the human race will be dumped, by machines, wake up now, you cannot wake up later............

-- mitch hearn (, November 07, 2001


They've all had their own in comic book series?

-- Laura (, November 07, 2001.

They are all adopted and raised by foster parents.

-- Laura (, November 08, 2001.

O.K. I was asleep when I put that one up there, but thhe fact remains Laura gets the warm fuzzy for that one; I am starting to think Women can think also!!? So lets dig a little deeper; give me a four letter word in English, where all four letters, each and every one can be replaced by the letter "r" and make valid useable everyday words.

-- mitch hearn (, November 08, 2001.

I can do it with TEAM, ream, tram, term, tear

-- Lacey (, November 08, 2001.

Hubby is wanting 1/2 credit since he had given me the word teal :)

-- Lacey (, November 08, 2001.

Lacey done whacked another, I am running out of warm and fuzzies.

New question: How many and which states do not have billboards?

-- mitch hearn (, November 08, 2001.

I can barely remember that was Ladybird's thing to I can come up with Texas.

-- Lacey (, November 08, 2001.

Wyoming, reason being that there isn't a big population so they wouldn't get the advertising impact necessary to make it cost effective (hey, it sounds good to me!!!) HA HA!

-- Melissa (, November 08, 2001.

I have been road trippin' in my head all day trying to remember which states the are......

-- Laura (, November 08, 2001.

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