This movie was made in 1989 and the older participants are in their 60s 70s and 80s. Note the clash of pledge versions. One person says “under god” while the rest, particularly the old woman leading it, does not. Because when they learned it as kids, prior to the 50s, it was not part of the Pledge.
This time of year, some people start getting excited for Christmas, despite not giving Halloween or Thanksgiving the attention it deserves. I’ve always maintained that we shouldn’t celebrate Christmas until we’ve given the holiday in front of us the attention it deserves. It kinda felt like that today when, among the excitement for Star Wars, I bought Back to The Future Marathon tickets for me and the kids.
You know how with dogs it really doesn’t matter what words you use, it’s the tone. You can say mean things in a sweet voice or good things in a mean voice etc. Children are not that much different. Turns out threatening to take away a bedroom door is just as effective as taking away video games or TV.
STOMP STOMP STOMP…
“So help me god, if you slam that door, you won’t have one anymore. I’ll take it right off the hinges.” The child stops, but still stands poised to slam the door.
“I’m going to get my tools right now!”
“No dad nooooo!”
My plug (the black one in the photo) has two prongs that are flat on one side, and one that is octagon shaped. The wiring harness that came with the replacement part had a different configuration (the white one shown in the photos is what Sears sent in the box). My plug has the octagon on one side, the one in the box has it in the middle.
The old motor has writing on it that shows the octagon port to be Negative the middle to be Ground and the top to be Positive. I don’t know if that helps.
The replacement motor itself fit fine but without the proper wiring harness I could not connect it.
I’d like to keep the motor and not have to return it and pay a return shipping fee. I just need a correct wiring harness.
It’s a 2002 Kenmore ColdSpot Model 106.72132101 Serial EM3430920.
So I walk into the Lamborghini dealership in La Jolla, CA and the guy says, “are you interested in purchasing a new Lamborghini?” So I say, “no, I couldn’t possibly afford…a third one.” He doesn’t like that too much and I can tell I’ve worn out my welcome, so I head down the street to the Ferrari dealership. “Do you guys price match with Lamborghini, or is there a Groupon I could take advantage of?
Bottom line is, I’m not allowed back to either place without a bank statement.
“Why did you give him up?” The group leader asked.
“Because I was naked, and they told me to.” She paused, remembering the experience. “After it was gone, I took a whole bottle of lotion and rubbed it all over me.” She paused again, staring somewhere out behind the others. “Besides, who loves anything one hundred percent anyway?”
“I do,” another said without hesitation. The rest nodded. “He did.”
“Why do you and your husband have separate bedrooms?”
“Because he’s too hot!”
“You mean like, you can’t resist him?”
“No, like, being near him is uncomfortable.”
We removed the rail from the younger boys bed. The older boy had some concerns, “How will Jared not fall out of bed?”
“He will learn,” I said.
“Through experience?” The older one asked.
“Through pain!” replied Jared.
“Same thing.” I said. “Same thing”
On the topic of characters and narrator perspective in music, my nine year old suddenly asks, “What character wants sugar poured all over them?” referencing the lyrics to Pour Some Sugar on Me.
My son came home from vacation with this wire head massager and a few days later was anxious to know if I tried it. “Dad,” he said. “Did you try the head massager?”
It didn’t really do much for me, but he was excited so I simply said, “Yeah it’s good.”
“It feels better if someone else does it it to you. I don’t know why, but it’s not as good when you massage your own head.
“Remember that son. It’s almost always true.”