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Rikki Gins

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Re: The 100 Years Ago Thread
« Reply #2655 on: Today at 04:00:37 AM »
               From the Library of Congress, 1919.

          What Will Mrs. Thompson Say?

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Words fail me, but hopefully not you.  Give it your best shot.

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Re: The 100 Years Ago Thread
« Reply #2656 on: Today at 04:10:54 AM »
               From the Library of Congress, 1919.

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Words fail me, but hopefully not you.  Give it your best shot.

No. Not yet. Maybes someday when you start getting blackheads.
I am a rocket scientist. Please do not embarrass yourself by asking me to help configure your laptop.

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Re: The 100 Years Ago Thread
« Reply #2657 on: Today at 05:30:55 AM »
Thank you @Bart Ell, @juan, @anniem, @Mr Apnea, @BartEllProducer, @GravitySucks, @ShayP, @Bobs Your Uncle and @FISH, for playing the What Will Mrs. Thompson Say? game.

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1. Stop going with boys.
2. Think about school work and girlfriends.
3. Parents are right about not marrying until 20 years old.

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Re: The 100 Years Ago Thread
« Reply #2658 on: Today at 05:37:59 AM »
Good thing I missed this quiz.  At that age, I was too interested in horses to have anything to do with boys.
I wish I had kept that wisdom.  Heh, heh. ;D ;)
@StarrMountain we have another question for Mrs. T.
Can you remember being 12 years old and trying to hang out with the older kids? Don't you have a transmute license?  ;)

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Re: The 100 Years Ago Thread
« Reply #2659 on: Today at 05:38:15 AM »
               From the Library of Congress, 1919.

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Words fail me, but hopefully not you.  Give it your best shot.

Your sister is not your tour guide.
Find your own friends and stop being so needy.

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Re: The 100 Years Ago Thread
« Reply #2660 on: Today at 07:06:29 AM »
               From the Library of Congress, 1919.

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Words fail me, but hopefully not you.  Give it your best shot.

Your sister knows you are to young to be seeing what she does with those boys.  Hang out with friends your same age.  Try church.

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Re: The 100 Years Ago Thread
« Reply #2661 on: Today at 07:20:23 AM »
I can bring anything I can hold, actually, but I must be careful because everything will quickly fade and return to the present.  If anyone in the past sees an item from the future disappear, then my transmute license will be permanently revoked.  (Likewise somebody in the present seeing an object that I have brought from the past disappear.)  Some things will last longer than others.  Coins and rings seem to last awhile.  Getting back to the theme of 100 years ago, I gave Liz a present day diamond engagement ring and she's still got it on her finger.  When I visit her, I make it a point to rub the ring with my transplasm fingers.  This will 'charge' the ring and keep it from vanishing for a couple of days.  Clothes aren't a problem as they will stay 'charged' from being in contact with the transplasm body.  Take them off though, and you might have a problem.  Last August I was in the woods, outside of Liz's folk's dude ranch in the Catskills.  We had ridden some horses in to a beautiful, secluded spot with tall trees and a river.  That is where we got engaged and to celebrate the event, (and also my birthday) we went skinny dipping.  I could only stay in the water for five minutes or so, because I didn't want my clothes to fade away.  Now I would have been in a real pickle, had they disappeared, huh?   
I also enjoy this tread @Rikki Gins . This is my go to thread every morning. As I was reading about Liz’s engagement ring and you rubbing the ring with your transplasm fingers something weird happened in my home. I think you are over charging the ring. Near my PC, an image appeared. A drawing of a lady finger wearing a vintage ring materialized for a brief moment. Before it dissipated, I managed to scan this actualization.
One more topic. Last night I watched a documentary on Jack Ruby. Do you have any inside information on Jack?
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Re: The 100 Years Ago Thread
« Reply #2662 on: Today at 08:16:41 AM »
               From the Library of Congress, 1919.

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Words fail me, but hopefully not you.  Give it your best shot.

Your parents and siblings are looking out for your best interests. You should do what your parents say, stay in school and not think about boys right now. That will come later.