Comma: Many places (like banks and credit unions) used to give out AD&D Insurance (Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance) and call it Life Insurance, and it was cheap because it only paid off if you die due to an accident or lose a body part due to an accident. Usually these policies have short effective dates and terminate quickly, and you have to select an automatic payment procedure to keep them going indefinitely. Check on the status of these policies if you are somehow counting on them.
white wings:: Who told you I was thinking about breasts again? I can't have private thoughts anymore? I just decided to celebrate Christmas in an extended fashion. I WAS just thinking, though, if you believe Jesus is God (as I do) even HE must have been impressed being the sole recipient of a mother's love.
Agent Cooper1: Have you explained to Kid Cooper what the expression "What's My Line?" referred to? I'm talking about the old TV show. When are you going to show her "Twin Peaks"?
Agent Cooper2: Seeing drones circling your house? That's kind of how Ray Liotta's character started out in "Goodfellas", but HE was seeing helicopters.
Agent Cooper3: The only way I know to track back through financial transactions is to go back through bank statements and cancelled checks. Money from Social Security must go somewhere.
lostinamerica: You said the magic words, "Slapshot." The movie was filmed in my hometown of Johnstown, PA. Here (outside Detroit) I had a friend (he since died) who was a sportswriter and covered the Red Wings. Way back when Betamax first came out, he had one and I had one, but he only could record what was on network TV, and I had one of the first hookups to HBO in Detroit. TMALSS, I recorded an uncut version of "Slapshot" and he threw a small party and invited Dave Hanson (who is actually a nice-looking blond guy who does not wear glasses and was playing for the Red Wings at the time) and he described what it was like to film back in Johnstown with Paul Newman AND Michael Ontkean (who later became Agent Cooper) AND Lindsay Crouse (who later became Professor Maggie Walsh.) Interesting how lines intersect. He described Paul Newman when he first encountered him in Johnstown as "a skinny guy wearing a T-shirt."
Agent Cooper: When Kid Cooper watches "Becoming parts 1 and 2" you can then let her READ my fanfics "Unbecoming 1 and 2" written as scripts of the show. Many liked my version of happenings that took place after "Becoming" better than "Anne."
Trivia Question: What famous actress's biography was called "Born With Teeth"? Hint: she was a star of a Sci-Fi series. Interestingly I bought the book for $1 at the Dollar Store (Dollar Tree.)
Wolfguard, Christopher Marlowe: My local library has a listing of Great Courses. If you Search the Library Catalog, first, you go past the listing of Golf Courses, then you get the Great Course and there are 49 pages of listings of 12 on a page. Quite an education available for your free library card.
Hollyn: Good to see you again. You might be interested in what I have saved and collected. I have gone to the Internet Archive (the WayBack Machine) and found pages and pages of the old WB Bronze (in some cases two continuous weeks of posts) and pages of the Bronze Beta. There are pages of the final days of the WB Bronze and there are some links to Buffy-related Webpages (such as "Ode to Buffy's Breasts.") Here's the Link to my Webpage. Just scroll down to the "Nostalgia" links. It's exciting, I believe, even to see once again the LOGO on the pages of the original Bronze. BTW, while you are on my Webpage, you may also like to visit my FanFics which, mostly, are written as Scripts of the Buffy Show.