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Page Scrawler

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About Page Scrawler

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    GA's "Brilliant Idea" Guy

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    Northern Michigan (Lower Peninsula)

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  1. After reading some old archives of Imagine Magazine, I know you like E.T. I thought you'd get a kick out of this:

    A scene that has since been deleted from the new DVD version. :P

  2. Page Scrawler

    Make us laugh!

    The Haskell Free Library and Opera House exists in both Derby Line, Vermont and Stanstead, Quebec simultaneously. The demarcation line: a row of flowerpots arranged across the Canadian side of the backyard. Although citizens of both towns are permitted to use the library, leaving through the opposite door requires a passport. One American man was arrested upon his return after crossing over to buy a pizza in Stanstead, due to his refusal to go through the proper checkpoint.
  3. Page Scrawler

    Make us laugh!

    In 1816, the American government spent vast sums building a powerful fort on Lake Champlain. The imposing stone walls of the fort would dominate the lake, and serve as a stern warning to those sneaky British-Canadians, who had attacked through that exact route during the War of 1812—a war so interesting everyone just decided to forget that it lasted until 1815. The construction dragged on for two backbreaking years, and President Monroe even paid an official visit to the site. Then, in 1818, someone from the surveyor’s department turned up and went “Er . . . ” Yes, it turned out that the original survey of the area was inaccurate, putting the fort a little over one kilometer (three-quarters of a mile) inside Canadian territory. Construction had to be abandoned by an embarrassed U.S. military and the site came to be known as Fort Blunder. In a hilarious final touch, the Webster-Ashburton Treaty of 1842 actually decided that the land had been American all along. The U.S. decided to go through with building the fort, but had to start over from scratch, since the locals on both sides of the border had ripped up and carried off all the stones to build houses and barns.
  4. PAGE!!!! :glomp: :glomp: :glomp:

    1. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      Hey, Uncle Drewbear! :hug:   :hug:   :hug: It's wonderful to see you again, and congrats on the new nephew! :D

  5. :glomp: You're back!! :D :kiss:

    1. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      Indeed, I am! :D I had to cover for someone at work, who suddenly went on maternity leave during the National Cherry Festival. Half-a-million tourists in two weeks... *shudders* Well, the good news is that they found someone else to replace her, so I'm mostly back to working part-time hours again. :) It's so good to see you again, Clo! :kiss:  :hug:

    2. clochette

      clochette

      Dang you scared us, running away like that so suddenly. It's good to see you too Page :hug:

    3. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      did say I'd be taking a break for a few days...It just turned out to be more than I would've liked. :unsure:

  6. Page Scrawler

    Too Cute . . .

    Perfect for summer. Juillet Électrique, or translated in English, "Electric July"
  7. I loved these books, going through high school. I heard there's a new one, coming in the Fall, I think? It follows Will Treaty and Apprentice Ranger Maddy, succeeding the events of The Royal Ranger.
  8. Page Scrawler

    Love Simon - Movie

    I finally watched it not too long ago, when I wasn't busy at work. It's an amazing piece of cinema magic, and people are actually calling it a "mainstream" LGBT movie.
  9. Page Scrawler

    Hard truths

    Nothing that anyone says out of malice or spite will ever make me change my opinion of you, Lacey. The past is the past, and what matters is that you're an amazing, kind, beautiful person now.
  10. Page Scrawler

    Summer Break 2018

    For the National Cherry Festival, we get 500,000 tourists crammed into a town that hardly exceeds 15,000 pop. One of the line cooks at Swiches Deli suddenly went on maternity leave, so we got absolutely SLAMMED. I suddenly went from working part-time, to almost full-time. I'd go home every evening, and I'd be so tired I couldn't be bothered to check on here. Fortunately, it's over, now. The Fudgies have (mostly) gone home!
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    OH MY!!! :O

    I had the same reaction, Comsie. Ahhh, to be a teenager again... *fans himself vigorously with a copy of Food Network Magazine* I love how it was implied that they used up what appeared to be an ENTIRE 32 ounce bottle of honey in just a few hours. I'm almost tempted to write the scene of what happened between the "fade to black" and the wake-up call. It would have to go on Nifty, of course.
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    Research

    Well, you do look extra-sexy when you wear them, Texy. Hey, Drewy.
  13. Page Scrawler

    Research

    Well, you do look extra-sexy when you wear them, Texy. Hey, Drewy.
  14. Page Scrawler

    Jurassic Park World

    @Graeme Been reading Reddit, have you? Honestly, I love Jurassic World. Ty Simpkins and Nick Robinson are totally believable as brothers, and I think it's very sweet how they get along. I haven't seen the new movie yet, though.
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