Here is a continuation of the list of valuable information that I started on November 02.
* Never turn your back on the ocean, especially if you are between it and the sea wall. * Don’t kick cow pies even when they look dry. * Singing helps me ski better. So does screaming. * Put the rocks in before the sand. * A good compromise leaves everybody mad. * It is not a good idea to get between a man and his fire. * Always walk or ride your bicycle facing oncoming traffic. That way when they fill out the accident report you can tell them what hit you. * When children are crabby put them in water. * Don’t lick the spoon that serves the salsa. * When it hits the fan it will not be evenly distributed; even the innocent usually get splattered. * Two a.m. paranoias are reduced greatly by daylight. * Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity. *If you are observant you can see Nature do some pretty spectacular things. This will usually happen when your camera is not ready.
Appalachian Word of the Day
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