Three questions heard at the grocery store (2007)

1. Did you find everything satisfactory?

2. Is there anything else that we can do for you?

3. Paper or plastic?

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According to San Francisco, the plastic causes too much strife-

As it eats up fossil fuel, litters streets, and chokes wildlife.

Three things about those new dollar coins (2007)

1. They are shiny.

2. They portray the U.S. Presidents.

3. Some slipped through at the mint, without the words, In God We Trust.

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Slipped through as they say-

Going for 40-60 dollars on E-Bay.

Three Known Facts About Politicians (2007)

1. They are always well qualified.

2. They run to benefit the people.

3. The contributions that they receive never influence their decisions.

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AND AS WE “DELAY” THAT THOUGHT-

THE REST OF THE MODERN MOTHER GOOSE TALES WILL BE SOUGHT!

I Looked Out The Window And What DId I See? (2007)

  • I looked out the window and what did I see?
    But a glimpse of a time, that used to be.
    .
    The little white house was freshly painted and still wet-
    The little flowers that were to surround the house, hadn’t been planted yet.
    .
    The fig tree was only a little bitty sprout-
    The iceman passed by the house and waved, while on his regular route.
    .
    A young woman walked through the yard with her three little girls-
    With her husband by her side, things were looking up in the world.
    .
    A new home, on 1/2 an acre, for all five-
    A brand new start, always makes one feel alive.
    .
    A three room house with an outhouse to boot-
    They would no longer wander, for they had finally found a place to root.
    .
    The children played in the flower filled yard, and eventually grew up, and moved away-
    The younger woman and her husband, grew older, day by day.
    .
    The fig tree bloomed, and bore much fruit every year-
    When the husband passed away, the old woman grieved, and shed many a tear.
    .
    The paint on the house had taken a heavy beating, from the years of weather-
    The frail old woman, one day, just didn’t get any better.
    .
    The yard grew up and the house eventually had to be torn down-
    All that was left, was the large fig tree filled with birds, making wonderful chirping sounds.
    .
    As I looked out the window, I saw how it used to be-
    The memories of my Great-Grandmother, in her fruit of life, in another century.

Three Ways To Cure That Sinus Problem (2007)

1. Take too many antibiotics that won’t
work anymore.

2. Apply a nasal spray.

3. Bear it, and then just wait it out.
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They say that this too shall pass-
Without all the antiobiotics that we amass.

I Looked Out The Window And What DId I See? (2007)

  • I looked out the window and what did I see?
    But a glimpse of a time, that used to be.
    .
    The little white house was freshly painted and still wet-
    The little flowers that were to surround the house, hadn’t been planted yet.
    .
    The fig tree was only a little bitty sprout-
    The iceman passed by the house and waved, while on his regular route.
    .
    A young woman walked through the yard with her three little girls-
    With her husband by her side, things were looking up in the world.
    .
    A new home, on 1/2 an acre, for all five-
    A brand new start, always makes one feel alive.
    .
    A three room house with an outhouse to boot-
    They would no longer wander, for they had finally found a place to root.
    .
    The children played in the flower filled yard, and eventually grew up, and moved away-
    The younger woman and her husband, grew older, day by day.
    .
    The fig tree bloomed, and bore much fruit every year-
    When the husband passed away, the old woman grieved, and shed many a tear.
    .
    The paint on the house had taken a heavy beating, from the years of weather-
    The frail old woman, one day, just didn’t get any better.
    .
    The yard grew up and the house eventually had to be torn down-
    All that was left, was the large fig tree filled with birds, making wonderful chirping sounds.
    .
    As I looked out the window, I saw how it used to be-
    The memories of my Great-Grandmother, in her fruit of life, in another century.

I Looked Out The Window And What DId I See? (2007)

I looked out the window and what did I see?
But a glimpse of a time, that used to be.
.
The little white house was freshly painted and still wet-
The little flowers that were to surround the house, hadn’t been planted yet.
.
The fig tree was only a little bitty sprout-
The iceman passed by the house and waved, while on his regular route.
.
A young woman walked through the yard with her three little girls-
With her husband by her side, things were looking up in the world.
.
A new home, on 1/2 an acre, for all five-
A brand new start, always makes one feel alive.
.
A three room house with an outhouse to boot-
They would no longer wander, for they had finally found a place to root.
.
The children played in the flower filled yard, and eventually grew up, and moved away-
The younger woman and her husband, grew older, day by day.
.
The fig tree bloomed, and bore much fruit every year-
When the husband passed away, the old woman grieved, and shed many a tear.
.
The paint on the house had taken a heavy beating, from the years of weather-
The frail old woman, one day, just didn’t get any better.
.
The yard grew up and the house eventually had to be torn down-
All that was left, was the large fig tree filled with birds, making wonderful chirping sounds.
.
As I looked out the window, I saw how it used to be-
The memories of my Great-Grandmother, in her fruit of life, in another century.

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