Happy Thanksgiving, one and all! — 7 Comments

  1. Yo gusto numero uno. Oh wait, you don’t speak Spanish and I don’t speak French. But I know how much you enjoy helping Termite with his Math homework, so how about a bonus question for the next homework session?

    Diane gets on a bus headed for Little Falls, MN for a visit to the Minnesota Fishing Museum and Education Center. BW gets on a private jet headed for Wrangell, Alaska to fish for salmon. The bus is traveling 41 mph because there is a bomb on the bus that is rigged to explode if the bus driver travels faster than 43 mph or slower than 39 mph. The jet is traveling 942 mph because it’s not really a jet at all. It’s actually an alien spacecraft that landed in the swamps of south Louisiana and BW decided to take it for a spin while the aliens were out conducting experiments on the reaction times of nutria for an intergalactic science fair project. If Diane left on a Tuesday at 4:22 AM and the wind speed was 12 mph from the east southeast, and BW left on a Saturday at 2:56 PM and the wind speed was 7 mph from the southwest, how many speckled trout has Diane landed in her entire lifetime?

      • Oh man, let’s just try this in English…one, I like one…reminds me of when the Momster broke her hip and had a lengthy stint in the rehab facility and my Father was left on his own to try to fend for himself. Not sure if he even knew we had an oven let alone how to light it. Good thing Dad went first. There’s not room in my home on wheels for him considering my siblings took a vote, in my absence mind you, a number of years ago that if Mom went first I would get custody of the old man.

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