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Monday, May 25, 2020

MAY 25, 2020 - My Comments/Quotes

 
Credit: patriciawimerknicely.facebook.com.

*"My Uncle Jack Wimer repaired lawn mowers in his shop just 

back of his house in Dayton, Virginia. I use to walk in the vicinity 

of Dayton and Bridgewater and would see him decorating the 

family graves every once in a while at the Oak Lawn Cemetery

I would see him in McDonald s' in Bridgewater where we tried to 

buy each other a coffee. He served in the Korean War sometime 

between 1950 and 1953. He is in Heaven now so I'll thank him 

for his service from here on earth."


 

Credit: lestercline.facebook.com.

*"My Aunt Bea Cline, who art in Heaven, made it known to us 

while she was on earth that she liked barns that were well kept 

including a fresh coat of paint every few years. She also served in 

the Women's Army Corp, we need to thank her on this earth for 

her service."


*"Blessed are those who have no one to love them."


*"Bankruptcy is a term used for those who can't handle their own 

money."


*"Our world wide pandemic, the coronavirus, is far less a disaster 

than the Spanish Flu of 1918 which killed a 100 million people and 

infected about half a billion people."


*"For those who are old and have no friends that care for them, a 

dog would make a perfect friend and companion."


*"In my youth, I used a typewriter to type a document, not having 

a personal computer like we have today."


*"I use to work with a black man named Jess on a turkey farm 

owned by Mrs. Logan off U.S. Route 42 in Dayton, Virginia. He 

told me how to cook a ground hog. Put the ground hog in a pot 

and when done, throw away the ground hog and eat the pot."


*"The only difference between Coke and Pepsi is that Coke has a 

great taste and Pepsi tastes like pis*."


*"I've been to a lot of places during my lifetime, but not as many 

places like I would have liked to have visited."


*"Your memories of the past must not interfere with the goals of 

your future."


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