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Hee, hee, thanks, Sue, glad you enjoyed it.
This is great, what a chuckle.
Thank you, Annie & Cel!
Laughs Too funny
Thanks, Tex. Love your story. Funny how, as we begin to get older, things come back to us we hadn't thought of in years. Just the mention of a word--------And I'm with you, chookies, I never could get the hang of all those dit-ty dot-ty noises or markings, either. Hawhaw! I finally just gave up...............
Thank you, Sis. Glad you like it.
LOL!! Good one, Sis!
Well Ank, I hope so, I've been sending them emails!
Yes funny, but it was a start. Imagine that our parent came back now. My father died 40 years ago and my mother33. They should not know what is happening now. Or do you think they have computers up there? lol
Well thank you, Warbler! I like your puzzles too! You're welcome, Morris, a blast from the past.
Yep, technology really has come a long way in a few years, tex!Interesting story, thanks!
Another fun puzzle from Taxasstar7!
Morris, in high school I worked at Western Union after school, and it seems so funny now with that little ticker tape that came out of the machine and you had to paste it to the telegram! And the telegraph office was an office in the back of the building of a drugstore and soda fountain! So long ago.
Ha, ha, Morris is that who you were named after? Thanks, Chickie & Morris.
Right tex. I'd like to see some put together a jigsaw puzzle on one of those things.
morris code, I luv it, tex!! Thanks!!!
But we have it soooo much better now in so many ways. Other ways, not so much!
LOL! Good one tex! See - it all goes in cycles!!
Thanks, Chookies, Laurajane, Chickie and Gracie! Remember that song--Western Union by the 5 Americans? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJMwxucTJyo
LOL!! great one Tex!
Good one tex.
My dad, too, tex. I can hear him now. This is a good one!
How anyone understood what all the dit, dit, dot, dots meant, always fascinated me! Thanks tex:)
Hee, hee! When I found this, I thought of my Dad always saying "Back in my day..."! Thanks, PLG, JC, Silver and Roseheather! I thought you might get a kick out of this.
Love it! ; )dit, dit, dot, dot LOL
Good one tex!
Like they used to say in 1844, LOL!