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Re: A Finish Line

Lars Hanson
 

Yes, but during the race they were Russian.

        Lars

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They may have been from different countries but it seems to me they all ended up the same nationality. ~ Finnish.

Gary Hallock

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Though the Olympic runners who won the Gold, Silver and Bronze in the 100-meter dash were from different countries, they soon became fast friends!

Doug Spector



Re: A Finish Line

gary hallock
 

They may have been from different countries but it seems to me they all ended up the same nationality. ~ Finnish.

Gary Hallock

==============
Though the Olympic runners who won the Gold, Silver and Bronze in the 100-meter dash were from different countries, they soon became fast friends!

Doug Spector


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--
Gary (Immodest Moderator) Hallock, Leerless Feeder


A Finish Line

doug
 

Though the Olympic runners who won the Gold, Silver and Bronze in the 100-meter dash were from different countries, they soon became fast friends!

Doug Spector

--
Doug Spector


Rogue Riddle 1007 - Status 3 and Clue Set 1 - #RogueRiddle

Lars Hanson
 

All,

 

    Overnight Gary H. has slipped into first  place, nudging Gary R. into second place.  The two leaders are followed closely by Chris and Kirk with six kills each.  The current standings are as follows:

 

Gary H.  (45%) – 9 kills (3, 6, 8, 9, 12, 14, 18, 19, 20)

 

Gary R. (37.5%) -- 7 kills  (1, 3, 7, 9, 12, 18, 19), plus a partial on 20

 

Chris (30%) -- 6 kills  (9, 12, 14, 18, 19, 20)

 

Kirk (30%) -- 6 kills (5, 9, 12, 18, 19, 20)

 

    The riddle status is as follows:

 

4 correct – 4:  9, 12, 18, 19

3 correct – 1:  20

2 correct – 2:  3, 14

1 correct – 5:  1, 5, 6, 7, 8

0 correct – 8: 2, 4, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 17

 

No guesses – 1: 10

 

Note:  As a reminder, the wording for each riddle has been carefully chosen.  When guessing at a riddle, try to include as much of the idea content in the riddle as possible.  Also, as a rule I always have tried to avoid using any answer word being included in the riddle itself.

 

Clue Set #1:  

  • Letter counts for the first five riddles which have not been answered are provided below.
  • In addition, the clue for number 13 has been replaced.  It seems inadvertently I had referred to an acquaintance of mine, and not to someone who would be generally known.

 

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Rogue Riddle 1007

 

Fancy of Flights

 

    The cold weather finally is here, so thoughts of escape arise.  It is time to fancy to take flight on the dreams of wings.  Aisle pose the riddles, but if you get the answers, you’ll window. 

 

    As usual this week’s Rogue consists of twenty riddles, all on the same theme.  

 

Q:  Robert E’s king?

A:  LEE’S MAJESTY (lese majesty or majesté)

 

Where both punned and unpunned answers are involved, full credit requires both answers.

 

    As always, remember that the wording of each riddle generally has been carefully chosen both to provide clues and to avoid the use of any words in the answer.

 

    Because of the three-day weekend, the riddle will run until 5:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday.  As usual, the first person to solve all the riddles will be declared the winner.  If no one has solved all the riddles by 5:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, the one with the most correct answers will be declared the winner and will host Rogue Riddle 1008 next week.

 

    Now, on to the riddles.

 

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1.  An airplane company which sounds as though it emphasizes the importance of having a pilot?

 

2.  Daring in-flight entertainment?

      (3, 5 / 8)

 

3.  An airplane company one might follow?

 

4.  The final engine setting for a flight?

      (7, 5 / 7, 4)

 

5.  A company providing transportation for he billionaire’s family to attend the reading of his will?

 

6.  It may be considered impolite to refer to this company?

 

7.  Where the entertainment occurs?

 

8.  An early exhortation to purchase same?

 

9.  Curiously enough, this company never built anything for dropping ordnance.

 

10.  One who prefers jet engines?

       (5, 3 / 8)

 

11.  An appropriate airplane company for Chesty Puller?

      (5, 6 / 11)

 

12.  Sikh propulsive headgear?

  

13.  This company has no teats.

        (3-4 / 7)

  

14.  This company’s products are eyed lasciviously.

 

15.  What is done during 2 on 7.

 

16.  Strangely enough, this company provides more than a false sensation of flying.

 

17.  Unusually, something causing a return with no interest.

 

18.  It sounds as though this airplane company simply sprang into being.

 

19.  Neither Kaiser nor dinner, but still found in flight

 

20.  You can’t go wrong with his company!

 

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    As always, it would be great to see more new faces this week, whether or not you want to host next week’s Rogue Riddle!  Please remember to tell me on your first guesses whether or not you are willing to host.

 

    The purpose here is just to have fun, so wade in!

 

    When submitting, please remember to ensure all  address all guesses, surmises, suppositions, estimates, conjectures, SWAG’s, stabs, pokes, and other such are sent directly to me at:

 

parkersan2001@...

 

    Aloha,

        Lars

=================================


Rogue Riddle 1007 -- Status 2 - #RogueRiddle

Lars Hanson
 

All,

 

    Our Fearless Leader now has joined the fray, sliding into second place behind Gary R..  The two leaders are followed closely by Chris and Kirk with six kills each.  The current standings are as follows:

 

Gary R. (37.5%) -- 7 kills  (1, 3, 7, 9, 12, 18, 19), plus a partial on 20

 

Gary H.  (35%) – 7 kills (3, 8, 9, 12, 14, 18, 20)

 

Chris (30%) -- 6 kills  (9, 12, 14, 18, 19, 20)

 

Kirk (30%) -- 6 kills (5, 9, 12, 18, 19, 20)

 

    The riddle status is as follows:

 

4 correct – 3:  9, 12, 18

3 correct – 2:  19, 20

2 correct – 2:  3, 14

1 correct – 4:  1, 5, 7, 8

0 correct – 9: 2, 4, 6, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 17

 

No guesses – 2: 10, 13

 

Note:  As a reminder, the wording for each riddle has been carefully chosen.  When guessing at a riddle, try to include as much of the idea content in the riddle as possible.  Also, as a rule I always have tried to avoid using any answer word being included in the riddle itself.

 

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Rogue Riddle 1007

 

Fancy of Flights

 

    The cold weather finally is here, so thoughts of escape arise.  It is time to fancy to take flight on the dreams of wings.  Aisle pose the riddles, but if you get the answers, you’ll window. 

 

    As usual this week’s Rogue consists of twenty riddles, all on the same theme.  

 

Q:  Robert E’s king?

A:  LEE’S MAJESTY (lese majesty or majesté)

 

Where both punned and unpunned answers are involved, full credit requires both answers.

 

    As always, remember that the wording of each riddle generally has been carefully chosen both to provide clues and to avoid the use of any words in the answer.

 

    Because of the three-day weekend, the riddle will run until 5:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday.  As usual, the first person to solve all the riddles will be declared the winner.  If no one has solved all the riddles by 5:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, the one with the most correct answers will be declared the winner and will host Rogue Riddle 1008 next week.

 

    Now, on to the riddles.

 

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1.  An airplane company which sounds as though it emphasizes the importance of having a pilot?

 

2.  Daring in-flight entertainment?

 

3.  An airplane company one might follow?

 

4.  The final engine setting for a flight?

 

5.  A company providing transportation for he billionaire’s family to attend the reading of his will?

 

6.  It may be considered impolite to refer to this company?

 

7.  Where the entertainment occurs?

 

8.  An early exhortation to purchase same?

 

9.  Curiously enough, this company never built anything for dropping ordnance.

 

10.  One who prefers jet engines?

 

11.  An appropriate airplane company for Chesty Puller?

 

12.  Sikh propulsive headgear?

  

13.  This company is not gross, man!

  

14.  This company’s products are eyed lasciviously.

 

15.  What is done during 2 on 7.

 

16.  Strangely enough, this company provides more than a false sensation of flying.

 

17.  Unusually, something causing a return with no interest.

 

18.  It sounds as though this airplane company simply sprang into being.

 

19.  Neither Kaiser nor dinner, but still found in flight

 

20.  You can’t go wrong with his company!

 

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    As always, it would be great to see more new faces this week, whether or not you want to host next week’s Rogue Riddle!  Please remember to tell me on your first guesses whether or not you are willing to host.

 

    The purpose here is just to have fun, so wade in!

 

    When submitting, please remember to ensure all  address all guesses, surmises, suppositions, estimates, conjectures, SWAG’s, stabs, pokes, and other such are sent directly to me at:

 

parkersan2001@...

 

    Aloha,

        Lars

=================================


Rogue Riddle 1007 - Status #RogueRiddle

Lars Hanson
 

All,

 

    This week’s Rogue Riddle is off to a flying start.  First out of the blocks was Chris Gross with six kills, followed closely by Kirk Miller with six and then Gary Reeves with seven and a partial.  The current standings are as follows:

 

Gary R. (37.5%) -- 7 kills  (1, 3, 7, 9, 12, 18, 19), plus a partial on 20

 

Chris (30%) -- 6 kills  (9, 12, 14, 18, 19, 20)

 

Kirk (30%) -- 6 kills (5, 9, 12, 18, 19, 20)

 

The riddle status is as follows:

 

3 correct – 4:  9, 12, 18, 19

2 correct – 1:  20

1 correct – 5:  1, 3, 5, 7, 14

0 correct – 10: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 17

 

No guesses – 3:  8, 10, 13

 

Note:  As a reminder, the wording for each riddle has been carefully chosen.  When guessing at a riddle, try to include as much of the idea content in the riddle as possible.  Also, as a rule I always have tried to avoid using any answer word being included in the riddle itself.

 

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Rogue Riddle 1007

 

Fancy of Flights

 

    The cold weather finally is here, so thoughts of escape arise.  It is time to fancy to take flight on the dreams of wings.  Aisle pose the riddles, but if you get the answers, you’ll window. 

 

    As usual this week’s Rogue consists of twenty riddles, all on the same theme.  

 

Q:  Robert E’s king?

A:  LEE’S MAJESTY (lese majesty or majesté)

 

Where both punned and unpunned answers are involved, full credit requires both answers.

 

    As always, remember that the wording of each riddle generally has been carefully chosen both to provide clues and to avoid the use of any words in the answer.

 

    Because of the three-day weekend, the riddle will run until 5:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday.  As usual, the first person to solve all the riddles will be declared the winner.  If no one has solved all the riddles by 5:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, the one with the most correct answers will be declared the winner and will host Rogue Riddle 1008 next week.

 

    Now, on to the riddles.

 

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1.  An airplane company which sounds as though it emphasizes the importance of having a pilot?

 

2.  Daring in-flight entertainment?

 

3.  An airplane company one might follow?

 

4.  The final engine setting for a flight?

 

5.  A company providing transportation for he billionaire’s family to attend the reading of his will?

 

6.  It may be considered impolite to refer to this company?

 

7.  Where the entertainment occurs?

 

8.  An early exhortation to purchase same?

 

9.  Curiously enough, this company never built anything for dropping ordnance.

 

10.  One who prefers jet engines?

 

11.  An appropriate airplane company for Chesty Puller?

 

12.  Sikh propulsive headgear?

  

13.  This company is not gross, man!

  

14.  This company’s products are eyed lasciviously.

 

15.  What is done during 2 on 7.

 

16.  Strangely enough, this company provides more than a false sensation of flying.

 

17.  Unusually, something causing a return with no interest.

 

18.  It sounds as though this airplane company simply sprang into being.

 

19.  Neither Kaiser nor dinner, but still found in flight

 

20.  You can’t go wrong with his company!

 

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 

 

    As always, it would be great to see more new faces this week, whether or not you want to host next week’s Rogue Riddle!  Please remember to tell me on your first guesses whether or not you are willing to host.

 

    The purpose here is just to have fun, so wade in!

 

    When submitting, please remember to ensure all  address all guesses, surmises, suppositions, estimates, conjectures, SWAG’s, stabs, pokes, and other such are sent directly to me at:

 

parkersan2001@...

 

    Aloha,

        Lars

=================================


Rogue Riddle 1007 -- Fancy of Flights #RogueRiddle

Lars Hanson
 

All,

 

   Without further ado, here is this week's Rogue Riddle.

 

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Rogue Riddle 1007

 

Fancy of Flights

 

    The cold weather finally is here, so thoughts of escape arise.  It is time to fancy to take flight on the dreams of wings.  Aisle pose the riddles, but if you get the answers, you’ll window. 

 

    As usual this week’s Rogue consists of twenty riddles, all on the same theme.  

 

Q:  Robert E’s king?

A:  LEE’S MAJESTY (lese majesty or majesté)

 

Where both punned and unpunned answers are involved, full credit requires both answers.

 

    As always, remember that the wording of each riddle generally has been carefully chosen both to provide clues and to avoid the use of any words in the answer.

 

    Because of the three-day weekend, the riddle will run until 5:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday.  As usual, the first person to solve all the riddles will be declared the winner.  If no one has solved all the riddles by 5:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, the one with the most correct answers will be declared the winner and will host Rogue Riddle 1008 next week.

 

    Now, on to the riddles.

 

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 

 

1.  An airplane company which sounds as though it emphasizes the importance of having a pilot?

 

2.  Daring in-flight entertainment?

 

3.  An airplane company one might follow?

 

4.  The final engine setting for a flight?

 

5.  A company providing transportation for he billionaire’s family to attend the reading of his will?

 

6.  It may be considered impolite to refer to this company?

 

7.  Where the entertainment occurs?

 

8.  An early exhortation to purchase same?

 

9.  Curiously enough, this company never built anything for dropping ordnance.

 

10.  One who prefers jet engines?

 

11.  An appropriate airplane company for Chesty Puller?

 

12.  Sikh propulsive headgear?

  

13.  This company is not gross, man!

  

14.  This company’s products are eyed lasciviously.

 

15.  What is done during 2 on 7.

 

16.  Strangely enough, this company provides more than a false sensation of flying.

 

17.  Unusually, something causing a return with no interest.

 

18.  It sounds as though this airplane company simply sprang into being.

 

19.  Neither Kaiser nor dinner, but still found in flight

 

20.  You can’t go wrong with his company!

 

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 

 

    As always, it would be great to see more new faces this week, whether or not you want to host next week’s Rogue Riddle!  Please remember to tell me on your first guesses whether or not you are willing to host.

 

    The purpose here is just to have fun, so wade in!

 

    When submitting, please remember to ensure all guesses, surmises, suppositions, estimates, conjectures, SWAG’s, stabs, pokes, and other such are sent directly to me at:

 

parkersan2001@...

 

    Aloha,

        Lars

=================================


Rogue Riddle 1007 Coming Soon

Lars Hanson
 

All,

Well, it’s been a bit of a struggle getting this one to take off in time, but aisle window. So prepare to fasten your seatbelts, have your tray tables up and locked, and your seat backs in the full upright position.

ETA is early this afternoon.

Aloha,

Lars

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Re: What’s cooking today?

Lars Hanson
 

This is the problem exactly — big family foods!  In American restaurants they serve too much food.  Most of it goes to waist, of course, of course, of course.  I guess that’s just desserts.

        Lars

======================

It's never a good idea to go into the restaurant business with relatives because whenever anyone disagrees,even little arguments can quickly turn into big family foods

Doug Spector

===========
If you want to be known as an excellent chef, determination and grit’ll help you
 
Cyn
 
= = = =
 
When new chefs don't make the cut and are fired quickly, are they just a flash in the pan? 
 
If a chef loses his life by getting too close to the vent exhaust blades, does he become a splash in the fan?

Doug Spector
=====
Mabel wanted big tips, but her customers were all fish ‘n’ chipskates
 
Cyn 
 
= = = =
 
(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 
Gary Hallock
===========

Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.
 
Cyn
 
= = = = =
As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.
 
Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.
 
Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.
 
Gary Hallock
 
 
 
 

--
Doug Spector


Re: What’s cooking today?

Cynthia MacGregor
 

Fred wanted to open a surf ‘n’ turf restaurant with all his life’s savings, but his wife nixed the plan. There was too much at steak. This led to a big beef between them, and Fred, unable to put up with his wife’s carping, shrimply divorced her. It was too bad—they’d had a solid marriage once a prawn a time.

 

Cyn

 

= = = =

 

It's never a good idea to go into the restaurant business with relatives because whenever anyone disagrees,even little arguments can quickly turn into big family foods

 

Doug Spector
===========

If you want to be known as an excellent chef, determination and grit’ll help you

 

Cyn

 

= = = =

 

When new chefs don't make the cut and are fired quickly, are they just a flash in the pan? 

 

If a chef loses his life by getting too close to the vent exhaust blades, does he become a splash in the fan?


Doug Spector

=====

Mabel wanted big tips, but her customers were all fish ‘n’ chipskates

 

Cyn 

 

= = = =

 

(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 

Gary Hallock

===========



Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.

 

Cyn

 

= = = = =

As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.

 

Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.

 

Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.

 

Gary Hallock

 

 

 

 


Re: What’s cooking today?

doug
 

It's never a good idea to go into the restaurant business with relatives because whenever anyone disagrees,even little arguments can quickly turn into big family foods

Doug Spector
===========
If you want to be known as an excellent chef, determination and grit’ll help you
 
Cyn
 
= = = =
 
When new chefs don't make the cut and are fired quickly, are they just a flash in the pan? 
 
If a chef loses his life by getting too close to the vent exhaust blades, does he become a splash in the fan?

Doug Spector
=====
Mabel wanted big tips, but her customers were all fish ‘n’ chipskates
 
Cyn 
 
= = = =
 
(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 
Gary Hallock
===========

Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.
 
Cyn
 
= = = = =
As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.
 
Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.
 
Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.
 
Gary Hallock
 
 
 
 

--
Doug Spector


Re: What’s cooking today?

Cynthia MacGregor
 

If you want to be known as an excellent chef, determination and grit’ll help you

 

Cyn

 

= = = =

 

When new chefs don't make the cut and are fired quickly, are they just a flash in the pan? 

 

If a chef loses his life by getting too close to the vent exhaust blades, does he become a splash in the fan?


Doug Spector

=====

Mabel wanted big tips, but her customers were all fish ‘n’ chipskates

 

Cyn 

 

= = = =

 

(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 

Gary Hallock

===========



Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.

 

Cyn

 

= = = = =

As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.

 

Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.

 

Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.

 

Gary Hallock

 

 

 

 


Re: What’s cooking today?

doug
 

When new chefs don't make the cut and are fired quickly, are they just a flash in the pan? 

If a chef loses his life by getting too close to the vent exhaust blades, does he become a splash in the fan?

Doug Spector

=====
Mabel wanted big tips, but her customers were all fish ‘n’ chipskates
 
Cyn
 
= = = =
 
(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 

Gary Hallock
===========

Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.
 
Cyn
 
= = = = =
As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.
 
Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.
 
Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.
 
Gary Hallock
 
 
 
 

--
Doug Spector


Re: What’s cooking today?

Cynthia MacGregor
 

Mabel wanted big tips, but her customers were all fish ‘n’ chipskates

 

Cyn

 

= = = =

 

(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 

Gary Hallock

===========



Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.

 

Cyn

 

= = = = =

As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.

 

Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.

 

Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.

 

Gary Hallock

 

 

 

 


Re: What’s cooking today?

gary hallock
 

(Here’s a tip) If she wants to meat more men, she should ask the restaurant to bus boys in. 

Gary Hallock
===========


Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.

 

Cyn

 

= = = = =

As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.

 

Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.

 

Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.

 

Gary Hallock

 

 


--
Gary (Immodest Moderator) Hallock, Leerless Feeder


Re: What’s cooking today?

Cynthia MacGregor
 

Some women go into waitressing in hopes of snagging a husband from among the establishment’s patrons, but they often find these aren’t the kind of menu want to meet.

 

Cyn

 

= = = = =

As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.

 

Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.

 

Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.

 

Gary Hallock

 

 


What’s cooking today?

gary hallock
 

As a kid, young Johnny Cash worked in a restaurant. He eventually got promoted and became the boy named sous chef.

Pan frying meat is a skillet you might want to learn, but don’t try to make a living at it. I think it’s just a flesh in the pan.

Seven of my dad’s siblings work in the food service industry. Two are uncles and the restaurants.

Gary Hallock


--
Gary (Immodest Moderator) Hallock, Leerless Feeder


Re: Art you Glad?

gary hallock
 

I have a wordplay friend who would enjoy making art puns. I told my pun palate he was missing out on this colorful thread and it made him cyan sigh again. 

Rather than making art puns that are oil about painting, I think it would be marble-ous if we also included sculpture puns as well. Granite, this could turn out to be a bust, pedestal it might be fun. 

Gary Hallock

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Perhaps you might like to frame that remark a bit differently.  No sense in going on a gilt trip here.  A life of easel would do anyone some good.  At least I gesso.

        Lars

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On Jan 17, 2020, at 07:23, portagecreek <gypsywagon@...> wrote:



I'd like to think that oils well that pens well, but I'd have to canvas the group.

GR
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Well, goodbye to old Paint.

Here I am One Sagan


On Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 05:33:16 PM UTC, doug via Groups.Io <doug10101@...> wrote:


I know an artist who loves to sketch soldiers standing tall in formation. Yep, she likes to draw attention!

The art teacher told her student....."I like how you chose blue azure background color"

Doug Spector



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Doug Spector
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Gary (Immodest Moderator) Hallock, Leerless Feeder


Re: Art you Glad?

Lars Hanson
 

Perhaps you might like to frame that remark a bit differently.  No sense in going on a gilt trip here.  A life of easel would do anyone some good.  At least I gesso.

        Lars

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On Jan 17, 2020, at 07:23, portagecreek <gypsywagon@...> wrote:



I'd like to think that oils well that pens well, but I'd have to canvas the group.

GR
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Well, goodbye to old Paint.

Here I am One Sagan


On Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 05:33:16 PM UTC, doug via Groups.Io <doug10101@...> wrote:


I know an artist who loves to sketch soldiers standing tall in formation. Yep, she likes to draw attention!

The art teacher told her student....."I like how you chose blue azure background color"

Doug Spector



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Doug Spector


Re: Art you Glad?

portagecreek
 


I'd like to think that oils well that pens well, but I'd have to canvas the group.

GR

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Well, goodbye to old Paint.

Here I am One Sagan


On Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 05:33:16 PM UTC, doug via Groups.Io <doug10101@...> wrote:


I know an artist who loves to sketch soldiers standing tall in formation. Yep, she likes to draw attention!

The art teacher told her student....."I like how you chose blue azure background color"

Doug Spector



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Doug Spector