Hey Rocky and Bullwinkle (Gordon)

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by mrdad, Nov 15, 2006.

  1. mrdad

    mrdad New Member

    Is it possible under the the ProHealth Constitution to
    just move the Porch Post over here Vol. 46 (??) I don't
    see where anyone should object. could you?

    JOE aka Mrdad
  2. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    Well, let's see. It's about 35 years since I took Constitutional Law.

    Remember the lady who owned a piano w/ wheels on it? She could accompany you anywhere.

    I think we could look at the porch as a movable feast. Also see the boook of Ruth. Whither thou goest, I will go.

    Ever hear that song? I heard it sung at a wedding about 45 years ago. Perry Como and Dick Dale recorded it.

    Listen; I'll hum it for you.

    Da da, da de dum, da dee

    Pretty, huh?
  3. mrdad

    mrdad New Member

    After reading that reply from you, I'd be a darn fool

    to not take this routine to Peoria with you! What ya


    What did Gordon cook for Din-Din tonite? Sumptin'

    delicious I bet!


    P.S. Took my Constitutional Law at the same School your
    Son went to, Sonoma State! One of the best classes and
    Teachers I ever had! After 4 1/2 months in his Class,
    had no idea what his own Political Philosophy was as he
    played both sides of the Constitutional arguments so
    He played the role of a great teacher! Not What to
    think, but how to do it objectively!
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  4. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    We can always count on you when a clear head and a keen eye are needed.

    Gordon did not cook anything last night. He brought home Thanksgiving turkey, ham and dressing to go w/ my potatoes Florentine. Seems the office had a TG party and there were lots of leftovers.

    And it is right that there should be some left.

    Reminds of a tune Johnny Cash used to sing. "The one on the right is the one on the left."

    I asked him (Gordon, not Johnny) why the office was celebrating a week early. He shrugged and said, "Management is incompetent?"

    Well, that certainly explains a lot of things in a lot of offices.

    I suppose Sonoma State is bigger than when you went there, Moe, I mean Joe. It had 5000 students when my son went there.

    He was also accepted at San Diego State (the noted scholar Raquel Welch went there), but that school had 40,000 students, so he decided cool, green Sonoma would be better.

    Beautiful campus w/ a small lake and little woodland creatures running around.

    Well, have things to do that I don't want to do. Back later, agalators.

  5. mrdad

    mrdad New Member

    Thanks for all your help on the Constitutional Issues!
    Justice Breyer is an S.F. boy and recently visited his
    High School Alma Marter and addressed the Student Body!
    I was impressed with him for having done that!

    Rock: I started my Junior Year there we only had less
    than 900 students and many were at night! Nixon had just
    been elected Pres. Had to oft times move the Cows out of
    the way to get to my vehicle after school! Ya know that
    Campus was just built out in the Middle of the field.
    They had to plant those trees and they were just sapplings
    when I started but now they are big adults just like us!
    Close to 10,000 students there now!

    Speakin' of Johnny Cash, had to do a Laundry this A.M. as
    I was down to my "cleanest dirty shirt". Just like in his
    song! And I'm sure that Racquel was one of those "Pointy-
    Head suto intellectuals" at San Diego State. I 'specially
    like that movie where she was fightin' off the dinosaurs!
    I'll have to see if I can get it from NEFLIX soon!

    Sweetie: Glad ya got back 4 that tornado hit! I thought
    they were a Spring event? The warm and cold air mix is
    really crazy for this time of year it seems. I did take
    some notes on the detox info. that you obtained. Gonna
    research it. Thanks much for sharing!!

    "Talk" later Kids!
  6. 69mach1

    69mach1 New Member

    don't tell anyone. i just might be in a ring of fire. and just be forced to walk the line.

    whew! i had an 11th hour w/my term paper. i was up till 6 am this morning. took a mini nap. cody asked me something this morning. i do not remember what it was. i hope i didn't give any of my past indiscretions of my teens up.

    i'm in trouble if i did. i just knew how to have good o'l fun and not get caught. thank god i didn't have to go to folsom.

    my son likes johnny cash as well. Have seen the movie that was out about a year ago. so so good. i cried, reminded me of my past and ex. me old june. trying to always fix someone.

    but if i didn't finish on the term paper. so glad it is turned in. i had noticed that i had running header on page 1. my teacher didn't want that. then noticed a couple of spelling errors, so they are fixed.

    now hopefully i did not do any plagarism. i cited what i thought needed to be.

  7. sues1

    sues1 New Member

    You said something about cooking your potatoes Florentine.

    That got my interest.........sounds good......I would love to know how.....can you share your recipe?

  8. Cromwell

    Cromwell New Member

    Hy Annie here I just found you all and posted under the new 48 post of Lincamps.

    Did ya miss me?

    Love Annie
  9. mrdad

    mrdad New Member

    That was my Post so I'd better explain! "Rocky and Bull-

    winkle" were cartoon characters in the '60's on T.V.

    Rocky was a flying squirrel and Bullwinkle was a Moose!

    They were sidekicks, I imagine like Rock and Gordon.

    P.S. I just "Googled" them, if ya want to get a futher
    [This Message was Edited on 11/18/2006]
  10. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    Are you going to post your paper, Jodie, or is it too long?

    Annie, good to hear from you. Hope you're feeling better.

    Susan, you don't really need a recipe. Just make mashed potatoes. Then add as much sour cream and butter as you like.

    I had 4 or 5 potatoes. Put in half a carton of sour cream which would have been 4 oz. Added 1/3 stick of butter cause that's how much was in the frig.

    Then add chopped, cooked spinach. (I cooked mine in the microwave.)

    Put it in a medium oven for 20-25 min. Add chedder cheese on top for the last five minutes.

    I don't think I'll make again. The spinach doesn't really add much flavor. Next time I'll do the same thing minus the spinach.


    Oops, I forgot something. The recipe called for dill. But I didn't have any so I improvised by leaving it out.

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  11. sues1

    sues1 New Member

    My children laugh when someone asks me for a recipe....they know it depends what is on hand, for what goes into a dish.

    They cook that way also and are good cooks. We will go to one sons for turkey day and he will cook all from scratch, even pies. His wife will heat the rolls. She is no dummy, he likes to cook and she doesn't......LOL.

    I love adding chopped cooked spinach to pasta dishes. Even ones that do not like spinach loves it this way. That is why your recipe sounded good....

    It still sounds great...a little cut up crisp bacon in your dish would be good also......