The New That Happened To Unfold-From The Old (159)

Corn cobs outside-

To toilet paper inside.



Three Directions (2015)

1. Here/there.
2. Up/Down.
3. Over/Under.
Hanging toilet paper-
To cause a stir.




The New That Happened To Unfold-From The Old (271)

Corn cobs galore-

To toilet paper in store.



The New That Happened To Unfold-From The Old (159)

Corn cobs outside-

To toilet paper inside.



Three You Do Not Want To Run Out Of (2014)

1. Gas while driving on the freeway.

2. Toliet paper.

3. Propane in the midst of a severe winter.


In the Midwest,  to travel that lane-

Wondering and worrying if there will be

enough propane.


To Change The Words To Clear-That Much Nagging Fear # 252

The price of toliet paper is getting high-


Out here in the woods, we know how  to get by.




Once A Week At Noon On Saturday-Another Story (To Share) 2007

I had to laugh when I saw that American Airlines was opening its first class lavatory to coach passengers. On a Boeing 747 there are 2 lavatories for 22 seats, while at the same time, there are also 2 lavatories for 160 passengers in coach.

Supposedly some of the employees are glad, for it was awfully hard to explain to passengers that they had to go, “over there,” instead of using what was just a few feet away. For whatever reason this rule has been in place since 2003.

It reminded me of a Carol Burnett show that I saw where she played a stewardess in a similar position. The passengers were separated by an invisible line, and it was the funniest thing that I’ve ever seen.

First class was riding smoothly, while the folks behind them had a rough ride. This my folks is on the same plane, in the same area. The folks in the front were riding at a comfortable temp, while the folks in the back were not. What a difference a few bucks can make. Of course, it went on and on with the differences between the front and the back.

They say that a person with money doesn’t think that their you know what stinks, but I hate to pop the bubble. We’re all in the same boat on that one. The purpose of lavatories is something that we all have a basic need for, and to make someone go “over there,” instead of right here, is ridiculous.

If I’m mistaken the coach class is contributing to the flying bathrooms, when they purchase a ticket.I have to wonder how well the airline would fare with 22 folks aboard only, on a regular basis. I can envision the other 160 seats being taken out, to make the largest lavatory ever.

Anyway this stuff is history, so the unfairness, does not have to be debated anymore. Unless you are taking an incoming international flight, then the rule stays in place. The rule has only been lifted for domestic and international flights leaving the U.S. If you are going out of the country, you still have to cross your fingers, and hope that between those 160 folks, more than 2 don’t have to go at once. If so, you’re gonna have to wait.

In this department we’ve come a long way from the days of the corncobs, outhouses, and use of the catalog, or at least I thought that we had.

“Gotta go, gotta go-
Where and when, depending
on which row.

Three In Short Form (2012)

1. A note.

2. A doodle.

3. Low on toliet paper.


In the City of Trenton, New Jersey-

Way beyond conserve, is

what one might see.

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