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  1. Growing up, we always said “slower than molasses in January” and since it could get down to 60 below in Minnesota… that was darn cold!

    Then there is this joke:

    There was a mamma mole, a papa mole, and a baby mole. They lived in a hole outside of a farm house out in the country.

    One morning, the papa mole reached his head out of the hole and said, “Mmmmm, I smell sausage.”

    The mama mole reached her head outside of the hole and said, “Mmmmm, I smell pancakes.”

    As the baby mole repeatedly tried to stick his head out of the hole to get a whiff, he became frustrated because the two bigger moles were in the way.

    Unable to take it any longer, the baby mole mumbled, “The only thing I can smell is molasses.”

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  3. We’ll post links to sites that have Wednesday (plus or minus a few days) submissions of their chosen animal artwork. ““Art is not a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which to shape it.”—Bertolt Brecht

  4. When life gives you molasses, it’s time to take a hot bath. It warms up those slow-ass mole-asses. Excuse my bad puns.

    What I need to do when that happens to me is quit all applications and restart, while I go away from what I am doing for at least 15-30 minutes. The pressure is on, time to go breathe. I wish you well and hope you feel better soon.

    Love this photo, Diane! You make these animals into Super heroes!

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  6. We have something here called “stroop” that moves very slowly too. It takes forever to get where you want it to go.

    I am sorry you are stuck in such a slow moving world right now and then doing taxes on top of that. That’s not a lot of fun. Luckily, Eduard and I don’t have that problem. It has all been done for us by the tax people. Don’t ask me how!

  7. Sophocles once said: “There’s nothing in the world so demoralizing as money. ” I guess it’s still true 200 years later (give or take a few decades)…. I am of no use in this department..Except to wish you lots of green for 2008 :)!

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