Your display of personal ignorance does not mean it doesn't happen.
So just because your head is stuck in the sand does not mean it doesn't
"It's easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle if it's
been through a blender first.
Do Americans still do those "chore" things? When I was a kid in the UK, I was always amazed that American kids had to do regular work around the house. If UK kids did anything like that, they were paid for it, or they refused to do it.
Doctor: "Ask the accident victim his name so we can notify his family."
Nurse: "I did! He said his family already knows his name."
On Sunday, May 22, 2016 at 7:52:36 AM UTC-4, Stormin Mormon wrote:
I know of two.
When I was very small, the neighbor's kid was hit by a thrown stone and killed.
So that's one.
Because of that, my Dad refused to ever have a power mower, so I mowed the lawn with a manual push mower until I left the house.
Which wouldn't have been helped by any kind of cutout switch.
A push mower can throw a stone just as easily. Neither of them would usually kill anyone. Probably just as likely to be killed by a fly entering your eye while cycling, causing you to be temporarily blinded and crash headlong into a tree.
On Monday, May 23, 2016 at 12:24:43 PM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Clare, just curious...
This is the second time today that you have responded to *my* response
to Mr. Birdbrain with a comment that seems to be directed at him.
I don't mind hearing from you, but I'm wondering why you aren't responding
directly to his (ridiculous) posts instead of mine.
On 5/24/2016 12:04 AM, email@example.com wrote:
Please read that again, slowly. "He doesn't see mine
because I plonked him ages ago."
Subject: He (Mcaw) doesn't see mine (Clare)
(object of mine, being "my posts") because
I plonked him (Mcaw) ages ago.
In other words, that's what YOU just WROTE.
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