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POTPOURRI
December 2007

Another 6th grade history test paper: “Johann Bach wrote many musical compositions & had a large number of kids. In between that he practiced on an old spinster, which he kept in his attic. Bach died in 1750 to the present. Bach was the world’s most famous composer & so was Handel. Handel was half German, half Italian & half English. He was very large.” •••• We’re responsible for what we do. Unless U are a celebrity. •••• I’ve learned U shouldn’t compare yourself to others. They are more scre wed up than U think.

Retirement bumper stickers: I’m so old I don’t buy green bananas. --- Sometimes I wake up grumpy.. & some days I let him sleep. --- I’m not old. I’m chronologically gifted. --- I’m so old that when I eat out, they ask me for money up front. --- One good thing about Alzheimers… U get to meet new people everyday. --- Retirement is twice as much husband, half as much money. --- I was at the beauty shop for nearly 2 hours, & that was only for the estimate. –-- I’m not losing my hair. I’m getting more head. --- My favourite: I’m so old all my friends in heaven will think I didn’t make it! --- Bumper stickers from www. pm caregivers.com/humor.htm.

I won’t stop U if U insist on sending a good friend a Xmas gift subscription to this fun/profit/survival letter that U R clutching, in whatever amount/size U wish. Address pg 3. •••• British colonists were the first illegal immigrants in the US. They & their offspring have yet to be legalized by the American Indians. Does mass deportation loom? Take an Indian home to dinner. Hide you r John Wayne photos.

Next publication dates: HSL Jr goes on-line Sunday Jan 13 (free to Hslm’s). • Next HSL Sr publication date will depend on mkt conditions, probably Feb 10 or 17. Next Gold Charts R Us on Wed, Dec 12 (GCRU now also contains detailed advice on oil, plus briefly on misc mkts (currencies, S&P, etc). •••• Rules for life: Free your heart from hate. Free your mind from worry. Live simple. Give more. Expect less. •••• Actual newspaper headlines of the past: Iraq Head Seeks Arms. --- Something Went Wrong in Jet Crash, Experts Say. --- Juvenile Court to Try Shooting Defendant –- If Strike Isn’t Settled Soon, It May Last a While. --- New Study of Obesity Looks for Larger Test Group --- Clinton Wins Budget; More Lies Ahead. -– Panda Mating Fails; Veterinarian Takes Over. --- A repeat (my favourite): Plane Too Close to Ground, Crash Probe Told.

Xmas thought: Winston Churchill saved the day/the world in WW2, so any quote from him is as good as it gets: "We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." On that loving note, dear reader, I sign off, with fond wishes for a thoughtful Christmas & a powerful 2008. Bye from George the giraffe, HSL’s faithful team, & Uncle Harry D (for Dessert- Dependant) Schultz.

 
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