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Gail N. On May 30, , Gail N. Brown, loving wife, mother, grandmother and aunt, died at the age of On April 21, , she married James Brown, and they raised one daughter, Carla. A resident of Hobe Sound, Florida, for 42 years, Gail enjoyed knitting, traveling, crossword puzzles, trivia, music and time with her family.
She will be remembered for her wonderful sense of humor, ability to deliver a one-liner with a straight face and infectious laugh. She is survived by her husband James, daughter Carla Lucas Darren , grandson Max, brother-in-law Edgar Webber, and many nieces and nephews and their children. A graveside service will take place on Friday, June 7, , at 2 p. Matthew S. Matthew Stephen Jester, 42, of Port St.
Lucie, FL passed away unexpectedly on Monday, May 27, Matthew enjoyed fishing, going to the ocean, riding motorcycles and dirt bike riding. He truly enjoyed the companion of his two faithful dogs Lizzy and Barney. Matthew is survived by his loving wife Rhonda Jester of Port St. Frank Pittman. Frank H. His passion was not just about preservation of this beautiful and bountiful place he loved, it was also about passing this passion of preservation and understanding forward for generations to come. He graduated from Tucker High School, N. Pittman was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ethel and Lacy C.
Kickliter and Laurie and Charles O. Pittman; his parents, Lacy Mae and Thomas Charles Pittman; aunts, uncles and cousins many of whom made Stuart their home. On May 26, Frank H. Mary Elaine Harris. She was a wonderful grandmother of 7 grandchildren and a great grandmother of 1. Elaine was a dear friend and so enjoyed her girlfriends that she considered them her "sisters". Reception to follow at Dayton Country Club. Mary Ann Piscopo. Mary Ann loved animals, nature, reading and learning, and she enjoyed spending time with her family and caring for her pets.
She appreciated other cultures and loved new foods and new experiences. Back in the day, she never missed an opportunity to get on a dance floor, and throughout her life, she never missed an opportunity to help out a person in need. She is predeceased by her brother Ben Richardson of Jensen Beach. A Celebration of Mary Ann's Life will be held at a later date. Friends and family will be notified. Donations to Hospice of the Treasure Coast in her name would be appreciated. Scott T. The family will have a celebration of life with dear friends at their cabin on Lake Michigan at a later date.
Please direct memorials to St. Edward F. Edward served in the U. Edward is also survived by his faithful dog Cookie. He is predeceased by his first wife Patricia Reilly. Noel as celebrant. Full U. Navy Military Honors will follow. George E. Riley, III. George was a computer programmer with IBM for 29 years. Before that, he served in the U. Air Force. George and his wife Sandi met on a bus 57 years ago at Lakenheath Royal Air Force Base in SE England when they were 19 and 16 years old and were married for 55 wonderful years.
George was a kind man who loved SEC football, fly-fishing, golf, traveling, his dogs, and of course his family. He will be deeply missed. George's family are grateful for the kind and caring community at Solaris Healthcare Parkway who made George's last year a wonderful one. Vincent J. Colletti, 94, passed away Saturday, May 18, at his home with his family by his side.
He was the President of Vincent Colletti and Co. A landmark project for Vince was the restoration of the Great Hall at Ellis Island which had a sentimental connection as it was where his father had entered the country. Vince was an avid golfer for over 65 years. He served as an Aerial Gunman for on a dive bomber in the U. Navy Air Force. Navy Military Honors will be held. Online condolences and expressions of sympathy can be made by visitingwww. Jean W. Jean was an active member o f the Eagles, Elks and Moose lodges. She was a loving mother and grandmother and cherished friend to many. Funeral arrangements are private.
Dennis Wayne Larsen. He graduated from the University of North Dakota and shortly afterwards started a lifelong career at Texaco in sales and marketing. Dennis also enjoyed being a handyman and fixing things for friends and family, traveling, cooking and nature. Dennis is survived by his loving family, his wife of 58 years Beverly R.
Larsen; children Michelle L. A celebration of life will be held in MN and FL at a later date. Funeral arrangements are entrusted in the care of Martin Funeral Home and Crematory. Frederick Chaplin. Chappy, as he was affectionally known as was a devoted husband, father and grandfather.
Burial will be at a later date yet to be determined at Arlington National Cemetery with full U. Army Military Honors. Catharine Cordell. Catharine Cordell, , of Stuart, FL, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 4, under the tender loving care of Treasure Coast Hospice with her family by her side. Catharine was a devoted wife and mother and was a long time member of Miles Grant Country Club.
A Mass will be celebrated at St. In lieu of flowers memorial donations in loving memory of Catharine can be made to St. Emanuela G. Capodilupo Ford. She married the late Thomas L. Ford in Ella also served the communities she lived in for her entire life. In addition to raising her four children in south Florida, Ella worked as an administrative assistant for the Catholic Service Bureau in Miami. She has spent the last three decades showering her grandchildren with unwavering love and support, as well as provided her entire family with her seemingly effortless maternal guidance.
Since the inception of the Kane Center in Stuart, Ella was a volunteer at their Adult Day Club, always encouraging clients to enjoy life, whether it was by playing games involving a golf putting strip or her organizing competitive weekly poker games with the clients.
Friends and family are invited to Mass at a. Phyllis G. They moved to Stuart in Phyllis was an active member of St. She was an avid reader and enjoyed doing crossword puzzles. She was predeceased by her husband of 62 years, Huber, who passed in No services are planned at this time. For further information or for online condolences and expressions of sympathy, please visit www. Catharine B. Hering Wilhelm. Hering Wilhelm, 97, of Stuart, passed away on April 25, surrounded by loving family. She was daughter of H.
Brooks Hering and Catharine Chandlee Hering. Kittie attended boarding school at Stoneleigh-Burnham in Massachusetts. She graduated from Finch Jr. She and Harry G. Wilhelm married on August 19, Always a sports fan, Kittie loved bowling, baseball, golf and tennis. She loved reading all genres, painting and enjoying nature. She was preceded in death by her son, Charles N.
Wilhelm, and brother, Dr. She is lovingly survived by her daughter, Jeanie Flanagan of Stuart, a niece of VA, a nephew in MD, a daughter-in-law of CT, four grandchildren, and 8 great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be private. Memorial donations in her memory may be made to Audubon of Martin County audubonofmartincounty.
Raymond Kolb. Raymond E. He fought in the Battle of Leyte Gulf in the Philippines, which was one of the final victories that secured the victory for the Allies. He was a senior cryptographer, responsible for coding and decoding secret communications and classified messages. At the time of his Honorable discharge, Ray had achieved the rank of Sergeant.
When Ray returned stateside, he came back to New York. He spent the next 20 years living on Long Island and working on Wall Street. He moved his family to North Palm Beach, Fl. In , and managed the Florida Sugar Refinery until he retired in Ray loved to play golf and tennis, fishing and dancing at a ballroom level with his wife Hilda. He became very accomplished with oils and acrylics to the level of participating in shows and selling his artwork. He was a devout Catholic and attended St. Christopher Church in Hobe Sound. Ray was devoted to his family and was most kind, generous and compassionate in every way.
A true gentleman in everything he did, still opening the car door for Hilda until he could drive no longer. A private family gathering was held. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Salvation Army. Sandra Kay Tremonti. She enjoyed being a wife and mother to her five children and eleven grandchildren.
Sandra especially enjoyed gardening. Saturday April 20th from 2pmpm with service at pm. Leonard Weiner. Leonard Weiner, 91, passed away peacefully under the tender loving care of Hospice of the Treasure Coast on Monday, April 8, In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in loving memory of Leonard can be made to St. Box , Department , Memphis, TN Bill Armstrong of Stuart, Florida was welcomed into the gates of heaven on Thursday, April 4, at the age of He loved each and everyone one of them in a very special way.
Born to parents, J. William and Louise Armstrong Sr. Bill grew up in Towson, MD. For college Bill attended Villanova University where he played football for Villanova University and was a 2-way starter. He played in two bowl games Sun Bowl — and Liberty Bowl - After graduation, Bill moved to Northern Virginia and then later to Potomac, MD where he made his home and raised his family. He started a second career in the association business in Washington, DC working for the American Trucking Association, running their membership program and then working for the US Chamber of Commerce.
Bill retired 5 years ago. He loved his time at Congressional and became a Governor of the Board for six years. Bill loved his many friends. Throughout his life his course never wavered. God speed Bill. We lost a great husband, father, grandfather and friend! A reception will follow at the Mariner Sands Club house.
Checks can be sent to the following address Lancaster Avenue, Villanova, PA or online at www. Online condolences and expressions of sympathy may be offered at www. Jeffrey M. Kirsch and his wife Nancy B. Nancy and Jeff moved to Stuart, Florida and made it their home for 40 years until their passing. Jeff was a practicing attorney on the Treasure Coast for 35 years and Nancy was previously employed as a mortgage broker.
Nancy was born to Fredric F. Nancy graduated in from Greenville High School in Michigan. Nancy is survived by her brother Robert L. She is predeceased by her parents. They both will be warmly remembered by many family and friends for their warmth, kindness, thoughtfulness and humor. Jeff and Nancy were actively involved in the community, always putting family first and will forever hold a special place in our hearts.
Ronald A. Ronald "Ron" A. Ron was a lifelong voracious reader, who also enjoyed cooking always adding extra garlic , gatherings with his family, and "tinkering" -- with professional results -- around his home in Binghamton, NY. In later years, he travelled widely, visiting countries and continents all over the world. He also enjoyed his boat, "Pin Money," skiing and golfing.
Ron was a member of the Yacht and Country Club of Stuart a place he referred to as Paradise ; he and his late wife, Mary Lee, enjoyed a rich social life there, with many friends, parties and gatherings. Nicholas Waller. Nicholas J. Waller, 81, Port St. Lucie, FL, passed away peacefully at his residence. Nick was legally adopted by his stepfather, Calvert Waller, after Wanda remarried. He spent his childhood in Rome and decided to join the U. Air Force at the age of 18 where he served honorably for 4 years. Nick was a gifted athlete pursuing baseball through high school and later becoming an avid bowler playing in tournaments around the world for the Pan Am team.
He was passionate about art and meticulous about the smallest details. Nick was welcomed at the Faith Congregational Church in Port. Lucie where he joyfully sang in the choir. His family will miss his humor, his laugh and his love. He is survived by his wife Donna Waller of Port St. Ella Barry.
Ella M. Ella enjoyed volunteering at Martin Memorial Hospital. She had several hobbies such as crocheting, gardening and working in the garden but she especially enjoyed being a grandma. She was predeceased by her son Robert Barry, Jr. Mary Theresa Kanaby. Lucie, FL formerly of St. Mary enjoyed sailing, boating, camping and motorcycle riding in her younger years.
She loved playing the organ, drawing, and bowling and was on Beat the Champ on national TV in the late 60's. During her later years, Mary's grandchildren were in the forefront of her life. Lucie, FL. Lucie, FL; ten grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and one great-nephew.
Priscilla Lou Keck Lockwood Dalton. Priscilla was taken to her heavenly home March 9, at age 78 due to a short illness. Priscilla moved to Florida to live with her mother and the man she would call her dad, Art Lockwood. She met and fell in love with Gerald Dalton, married Nov. Amazing stay at home mother to Brian Dalton until she became a teller with Suntrust Bank in West Palm Beach, Fl until she transferred to the Stuart location to help care for her parents. She volunteered in the book store at the Flea Market and at Hospice in Stuart, Fl, making the most of each day until she was taken to her heavenly home March 9, at age 78 due to a short illness.
She was predeceased by her husband, Gerald Dalton and sister Judith Towle. She also leaves behind many friends and those whose lives she touched in some small way either who knew her at Parkview Condominiums, the book store at the Stuart Flea Market or at Sandsprit Park on her many walks feeding the squirrels and birds. There will be a celebration of her life held at Sandsprit Park on Monday, May 13th, at am In memory of our little lady with the huge heart, give to Treasure Coast Hospice or make it a point every day to say a kind word to at least one person, feed a squirrel a peanut, read and share a book, and make the world a better place by being in it!
Artie Cullen Rowell Timmerman. Parker on the kitchen table at their home in Indiantown. Rowell, both deceased. Artie was a devoted mother, and after divorce in , Artie single-handedly raised her 3 sons on her own, working at The Stuart News during the day and waitressing at night. Artie loved to travel! She delighted in visiting many destinations around the world such as Tahiti, Australia, New Zealand and the Fiji Islands.
She also enjoyed numerous cruises to various eastern and western Caribbean islands. A loyal member of the First United Methodist Church of Stuart, Artie joined groups of friends from the church on trips to Alaska, the Bahamas and many of their retreats. In , sponsored by Monica Daly, a Stephen Minister, Artie found much gratification in experiencing the Walk to Emmaus, a three-day retreat under the auspices of the United Methodist Church.
Artie even went salmon fishing in Canada where she successfully landed a big one! A long-time resident of Stuart, FL, Ted moved here in with his family. He is a congregant of St. Ted is predeceased by his mother Carolyn Olson Mortell. Kanner Highway, Stuart, FL with an evening prayer vigil at pm. Richard J. Rick moved to Florida in to pursue his long standing career lawn agriculture. One of Rick's many interests included listening to Bruce Springsteen.
He was an excellent golfer with a competitive spirit and revered by all. Most of all Rick loved his family, he was a devoted father, grandfather and friend. Dallas, TX Elias H. Walter L. Late in life he settled in his current home in Stuart, Fl. Walter served in the U. Army Air Corps. Online condolences and expressions of sympathy can be made at www. John P. Caval, Jr. He was born to John P. In the company received an award for National Small Business Subcontractor, considered to be among the most prestigious honors to be bestowed upon small business concerns. He was a Medic in the U.
Army National Guard. Some of his interests were flying his Cessna airplane, boating and fishing, and enjoying fine wines. John was also an avid reader and enjoyed Astronomy. John was predeceased by his sister Alexandra Bonafine. Kanner Highway, Stuart, FL Burial arrangements will be private.
Robert P. In lieu of flowers memorial donations in loving memory of Robert can be made to Treasure Coast Hospice, S. Thomas J. Eisenbraun, 75, of Port St. Thomas worked for the Daily News while living in New York. Thomas enjoyed playing cards, suntanning and being the life of the party in his earlier years. He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Dolly Eisenbraun, a daughter, 8 step children, 19 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Lucie Blvd.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted in the care of Martin Funeral Home, St. Lucie Chapel. Patricia A. She married Don W. Fielder on December 2, at St. She enjoyed reading, Bridge, golf, travel and the company of close friends and family. She was an adventurer; even trying indoor sky diving with her family at 85 years young! She was dearly loved and will be deeply missed by her husband, family and friends.
A celebration of her life will be held afterward. In lieu of flowers memorial donations in loving memory of Pat can be made to Changing Leads Foundation by visiting: www. Robert Hubbs. Robert Hubbs, 57, of Stuart, Florida, passed away with his long time partner Marty by his side. Kanner Highway, Stuart, FL at am.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in loving memory of Robert can be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital www. Marion D. She loved sewing with her sisters and going out to eat. She also enjoyed doing crafts, going to the casinos, cooking and entertaining her family and friends. Marion is survived by her loving husband of 61 years John J.
Latwinas, her children John M. She was preceded in death by her sister, Phyllis Grace Price. Emily Schanz. Emily Schanz, 99, passed away on February 17, She had one sister and three brothers, all now deceased. She married Fred W. Schanz in in Cleveland. She was a member of Miles Grant Country Club.
She was predeceased by her husband, siblings, and parents. At Emily's request, there will be only a graveside service in New York , to be scheduled at a future date. Mina L. Jones, 94 of Stuart, FL passed away with her daughter Candace by her side. She was predeceased by her husband Albert E.
Paul Hunter. Marine Raiders. The Raiders were the special forces of their time. In , The Raiders were incorporated into the 6th Marine Division. Paul was wounded in the battles for Guam and Okinawa. He was awarded two Purple Hearts. In , Paul participated in the occupation of Yokosuka at the time of the Japanese surrender. After the war, Paul left the service to pursue his passion of flying, by using the GI Bill to become a flight instructor. In , Paul re-enlisted in the U. He was accepted into the naval aviation training program.
Upon completion of his flight training, Paul was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U. Marine Corps and married Margaret. His nineteen years as a commissioned officer included combat in the Korean War and the Vietnam War. During his career he flew several different types of aircraft, but his favorite aircraft was the Chance Vought F8U Crusader. The F8U Crusader was a supersonic single engine jet fighter. He retired in at the rank of Major, and moved to Palm Springs, Florida, to be near his childhood home.
Paul and Margaret relocated to Jensen Beach, Florida, in , to be close to their favorite fishing spots. They enjoyed fishing and travelling around the country until Margaret passed away of cancer in They loved to travel across country to sightsee and visit relatives. Patricia Durso. Patricia Durso, 81, of Port St.
Lucie, FL, passed away peacefully with her husband and eldest daughter by her side on Sunday, February 10, Pat was married to Carmen Durso for 60 years and they recently celebrated their anniversary in October. Pat was a talented floral and interior designer, theater goer and a music aficionado of all genres of music. She was a loving mother of three and grandmother of two who instilled confidence in all of her children, nieces and nephews. Pat was known for her love of reading and keeping her mind sharp with crossword puzzles, but will be most remembered for the love she had for her family and enjoying a good glass of wine.
The family would like to thank Treasure Coast Hospice for their compassionate care and guidance. Jacob Jeremiah Branen. Jacob J. Branen, 29, was killed Monday, Feb. He was transported to Halifax Hospital, Daytona Beach where he succumbed to his injuries. Jacob had a passion for the history and archeology of Israel. One of his greatest experiences was participating in a dig at the archeological site Tel Dor, Haifa, Israel. He loved to travel, making multiple trips to Israel. He traveled Germany on a school trip as well. He was currently employed as a customer service representative by Teletech, Daytona Beach, FL and also worked as an electronics sales associate for Walmart.
Jacob's exuberance for life, his kind and generous heart and his ready laugh will be deeply missed by his family and friends. Having been born with cerebral palsy, those who were close to Jacob were proud of all his life's accomplishments. A Wisconsin service will be held sometime this spring, with details to follow. Martin Funeral Home, Stuart Chapel, provided the arrangements. David F. Dusty Drew. For many years Dusty and his wife owned and operated Camp Wekeela on Bear Pond in Hartford, Maine, where young people from highly varied backgrounds spent memory-making summers having fun while absorbing life-lessons along the way.
Dusty served on many town committees in Standish and was a past president of the Kiwanis Club and Watchic Lake Association. Dusty was most fulfilled as a mentor to young people both on and off the ballfield. He enjoyed dancing and classical music and looked forward every year to spending summers in Maine mostly in his lakeside vegetable garden and winters in Florida mostly golfing or volunteering.
Dusty had a tremendous work ethic, and was also an organizational genius. Whether it was almost single-handedly bringing back to life the physical plant of a long-closed summer camp, organizing camper or spring baseball trips, feeding all of the athletes at USM during periods when the cafeteria was closed, running a golf tournament at Miles Grant, or overseeing a Kiwanis dinner, Dusty easily took on great responsibility, and had fun while creating memorable times for others. Baby needs a new pair of shoes! I heard it once in a movie, I think.
I'll show these dice and reroll. In addition to raising, I'll give you this to think about. But what about the game? I mean, feast your eyes on the dice. You couldn't bluff your way out of a cardboard box. Simple as that. It's just too easy taking your money. BEAT Was it good for you? Every page smolders with intense passion, engulfing the reader in depradations of wicked lust. BEAT At least, that's what it says on the back cover. Without cover.
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Everything seems intact, but there doesn't seem to be any way to turn them on. Light my fire! Was that you? Any more would ruin their delicate IMbalance. I don't want those. They'll be all waxy! Guaranteed range: yards. Not to be used in unapproved fixtures. Boning, with the beneficiary listed as Annette B. It emits a very faint smell. A short length of wire with an alligator clip on each end is all that's needed to change any slot machine into a winner!
I get it. Al Lowe put this here so I could cheat at slots! I kinda like it. They're still green! Too bad this label is too small to tell you which ones. So there. SIGH Really. Want to SELL some feelthy peek-tures? Now the photos of you are not only dirty, they're sticky! Now for the details of preparation You made a subeeism. You know: when you choose a word based on previous words. Like you used the cliche "in a pinch" because you'd just finished saying the phrase "pinch of salt.
Anyhow, there's more on the back of the page. You probably don't want to hear the rest of this either, do you? Somehow, you just know you're never gonna get around to investing it in Internet stocks. Especially considering you were working with your toes! If you only had a tool. Got a little prick? Oh, wait; I Better hope your personal liability insurance is paid up. No way. But now what?
It's salt. For christ's sake, man, it's just salt! Do I have to describe everything for you? Waddaya looking for, a secret button that turns it into a letter opener or something? Do you think I have nothing better to do than to sit here in this stuffy recording studio booth and read the names of things to the likes of you? Somebody get my agent on the phone! Find one of the events on your list and run this scorecard through its scoring machine. The entire contest is run by an intranet SQL database, with distributed processing and multiple buzzwords. Since the fine print says there are only ten million shares outstanding, this makes you Da Man!
Lil' Giant Model: for the man who needs it most! This stuff feels like sandpaper Boning 0 0 1 98 Other Version 0 0 2 1 98 An error occurred while trying to restore a game. The game may have been saved with a different version of the interpreter or the game file may be corrupted on your disk.
Please quit the game and try a different save game or start a new game. USA Voice: Fax: We're about to read them into memory to test them. The wave files should be PCM uncompressed format, and no greater than 16 bit, 22kHz, mono. Please press enter to continue. Please make sure it is a Windows RGB bitmap, uncompressed, 8-bit color , about x pixels. Thank you for using CyberTest Enjoy the game! The game will not be able to use them until the errors are corrected. This will not cause a problem, but you won't hear your voice reading this line.
Is this on? Keep poking around!
Wondering what to do? Wandering about? No purpose in life? Don't worry! Here's your short course in "Adventure Gaming If the game doesn't fill your screen, position it just inside the upper-left corner of the window. We've hidden a menu bar there. It works just like your other software. Try everything, at least once. When the cursor unrolls, it's telling you it's over something important. Click the mouse. A menu will appear. Once there, you can move nearly anywhere on the ship. Listen carefully to what they say. Their topics change color when you hear them.
You never have to listen to them again, unless you want to. They won't change, unless the topic reverts back to its original color. Doing so adds them to your "Inventory. When its menu appears, move your cursor down to "Use All these commands are also available from the pull-down "Game" menu. Select "Hints" under the "Help" menu for more information. Assuming you have your wallpaper set to that file, the wallpaper will change next time you restart your machine. It must be that cheap acid I tried back in the 60's!
Use it instead. Delete a game before saving another. Besides, you can't "die" in this game, and we automatically save your position when you quit, so you don't need so many games after all. Since you're new to this game, here's some tips about typing topics. All they know is the game universe.
So ask them about things in the game. What would Larry want to talk about other than the obvious. Ask about problems you're having. But don't type extra words, such as "ask about" or "talk about. Type a verb. Since you're new to this game, here's some tips about typing in verbs. And it never will understand that verb, so you don't need to try it again. BUT, if it does understand the verb, that word may be needed somewhere else. Typing nouns does no good. You clicked on the noun first, remember? Larry can do everything he needs to do to finish the game.
He can also do a few things, just because they're fun! Gregory Fran Krause W. McDowell Matthew S. Filer Jose Mercado W. Aric Miller Jon C. Well, bend this! Blow this! You don't know where your mouth has been! But not in THIS circumstance. Break this! You might need it later. Five minutes!! But we don't have the animation budget to show it.
Come on!! Here big fellow! You want to fight? Buy "Warcraft! Or is that over your head? Not there. That's already been slammed! But no cigar. Not in this game. Close that? BEAT No, no, no. That's not drinkable. Doesn't anybody f That's not edible. That's something even Don Munsil wouldn't eat! Junior high? Feel THIS! No flushing. Jumper this! Kiss this! Knock this! It's powerful stuff. Lick this! Brings back memories, doesn't it? Or then again, it may be easily movable by a normal man.
Open this! Pick this! Push THIS! At least, nothing your aging vision can detect! Read this! Be there! I can't afford that. That's Overeaters Anonymous. There's babes a'waitin'! Smell THIS! Or maybe good. You can't decide. Worse, you don't care. Stomp on THIS! Suck THIS! You don't need to take every damned thing on the ship. Or if it's not, it should be! But you don't take that. But we didn't think of it. Is that all you think about? How about "giving" for a change? Would that be so bad? It might stain your white leisure suit. Because it doesn't throw. That toilet paper is so rough, it may scratch that!
No tonguing necessary. Why not! Puff, puff. I should be in the movies! Now you smell like an old bar-b-q grill. That bean dip is really effective! That could clean your hull of barnacles! Man overboard. Do I look hot or what?! Too late, isn't it? That feels better. There aren't quite enough people watching you yet. But maybe someday Anyone wishing to spend next week humping the Captain, please report immediately to the ship's lounge. There is a meeting starting immediately in the ship's lounge for any and all passengers wishing to spend next week "working under" the Captain.
Anyone wishing to spend next week inspecting the Captain's ceiling, please report immediately to "The Proud Lil' Seaman" lounge. Anyone wishing to spend next week in the Captain's quarters, please report to the lounge immediately. The lounge is on the upper deck. Use your courtesy maps. Anyone who has not yet found their courtesy map should either report to the Purser's Desk or right-click their mouse. Get your ass up to the ship's Lounge.
There are lanes available. Mark Martino. White courtesy phone, please. Signed, Kelly. There are tables available. A spectacular display of audio-animatronics in "The Proud Little Seaman" lounge. Don't miss your chance to see "Great Moments with Mr. Clinton" in the lounge nightly. Just because it's called the Poop Deck doesn't mean you can just drop your pants and drop a log. You know who you are! All contestants in last night's hour Gerbil Swapping contest, please report to the infirmary. All contestants entered in the Sheepshank competition, report to the B Deck lounge immediately.
This ship has sails, but they're not made of silk. Rubies do not fill its hold. There is no gold, nor spice. That is all. Margaret has captured the Best Dressed Woman competition. Congratulations, Margee! The mandatory lifeboat safety drill for all passengers will be Would the person who borrowed the ship's lifeboat please return it? You may keep the First Aid kit.
And no questions will be asked. We salute you, Newt! Megan, report to the scuba tank immediately. There are no brass urinals aboard this ship. The baritone saxophone player is not amused! Tonight's Nude Ferret Legging Festival has been cancelled due to lack of interest. Will the party who borrowed Captain Queeg's Balls please return them to the Ballroom? No questions will be asked. Paging Terese. Terese to the break room.
Emergency cola run! BEAT never mind. Junk food running low! Live on the promenade deck! It's the Pope! Driving biiiiiiig trucks! See him go head-to-head with the nitro-fueled Twisted Bishop! We'll sell you the whole seat, but you'll only need the edge! Steve is the proud winner of the Nude Scrabble competition. Mark has just finished with a record high score in the Nude Curling competition. Jenn has just won the Strip Twister championship. Bryan has just won the Strip Solitaire championship. Walter Forbes to the Fo'c's'le. Don and Mark have just won the Synchronized Skinny Dipping portion of the competition.
Ben has just beaten off all comers in the Self Stimulation Simulation. Don has just captured the piousness portion of the contest. Mark has just captured the temperance portion of the contest. Jenn has just won the strip shuffleboard tournament. Don has just won the high-speed portion of the contest.
Bob has won the nude pole vaulting portion of the competition. Al has just finished the flatulence portion of the competition. E deck will re-open in 15 minutes! All contestants: be sure to complete the social disease pre-test on your scorecard. Layne has just won the nude blindfolded tattooing competition. Would the winner of last week's "Pleasing the Captain" competition please report to the infirmary at this time. Your test results are in. Bill has just won the all night disco marathon competition. That's one where I could've had a chance! Layne has just won the Spud Trucking competition by hoisting a full load.
Mike has just won the evening gown portion of the competition. Karin has just won the women's topless pogo stick competition. Don has won the Skepticism Trophy, but refuses to believe it! Bryan has just won the fly fishing portion of the competition by landing a lb grouper using nothing but his fly. Al has just been disqualified from further competition because of excessive artificial enhancement.
You're not fooling anybody, Al! Jennifer has just won the women's topless accordion playing competition. Friends who wish to congratulate her, please report to the infirmary. Jason has just won the Nude Orange Passing competition. Bill has just won the Cherry Picking competition with a record high score of two. Way to go, Bill! Jason has just won the Nude Motocross portion of the competition with a leap of seven buses. Slim and Slime have just won the Moat Olympics! Way to go, fellas. Eye Five! Jason has just won the Atari Hacking competition.
Syntax Error. Larry Laffer has just been named the overall winner of this week's "Thygh's Man Trophy! Congratulations, Larry! And now Captain Thygh would like to meet you personally.
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Larry Laffer, overall winner of this week's "Thygh's Man Trophy! Larry Laffer has just won the best dressed man portion of the competition with a record high perfect score of points! The world of fashion will never be the same!! Larry Laffer has just won the bowling portion of the competition with a record high perfect score of points! You really blew the place apart!! Larry Laffer has just won the cook-off, with a record high score of points! Everyone wants a copy of THAT recipe!
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Baldwin, Robert F. We are all dancing sunlight. Highly recommend. Ages 6 and up. On land or in the deep blue sea, we are all connected—and we are all a part of a grand living landscape. Celebrates the astonishing role our oceans play in human life. Illustrated glossary includes definitions of all the bugs found in the story. What will it be? Turn the shaped pages as a mole, a worm, a snail, a bird, a bee, and other creatures watch the seed take root and sprout up through the soil.
As each page fans out, revealing a bright splash of yellow, a gigantic sunflower unfolds in a brilliant display. Each shaped page shows a different stage: eggs hatching into tadpoles, the appearance of back and front legs in froglets, and finally, disappearing tails. Now the frogs are ready to hop up for air, onto the lily pads formed by the opened book. Bateman, Donna M. Kids can recreate animal scenes by setting up their own stunning display, featuring a cool diorama and 8 different animal models that they can assemble.
The mosquito is the most dangerous animal in the world. The great white shark eats more people than any other fish does. The beautiful poison dart frog is not really poisonous. True or False? Can lightening strike twice? Do hurricanes form over warm water? Are snowflakes white? Can penguins fly? Can owls see in the dark? Are caecilians worms? Are salamanders fussy eaters? Kids will read the question on the right-hand page and then flip it over to find out the answer.
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Why do they do it? How do they find their way? For the migrating animals, their story is one of determination and accomplishment. They will also count the babies and search for ten hidden forest animals. Cut paper illustrations add to the fun in this delightful introduction to a woodland habitat. The breezy style, bathroom humor and surprising scientific facts combine for a very kid-friendly approach to fossils. In this lovely biography, poetic text and gorgeous paintings combine to create a portrait of Jacques Cousteau that is as magical as it is inspiring.
Amazing images show the beauty and otherworldliness of spiders. Simple, engaging text conveys basic information about spiders as well as cool and quirky facts. One stop-action montage shows a spider leaping twenty times its body length! And simple, engaging text conveys basic information about frogs — as well as cool and quirky facts.
Or quolls and quokkas? And potoroos and pademelons? These animals live on the continent of Australia, along with kangaroos, koalas, and many other marsupials. With breathtaking full-page images and engaging text, Bishop introduces the beauty and diversity of these amazing animals.
The simple, engaging text presents both basic information and fun, quirky facts about the appearance, habits, and life cycle of these amazing reptiles. An index and glossary are included. Then, watch as continents drift and oceans take shape. Watch out! Soon fish get feet and four-legged creatures stalk the planet. Complete with time line, pronunciation guide, glossary and index. This book is amazingT! Earthworms can be more than 6 m 20 ft. The ground is made of seven giant plates that are in constant motion. African lungfish can hibernate in baked mud shells for as long as four years.
A million invisible dust mites are lurking in your bed, feasting on your skin flakes. Read about the many wonders of dirt, such as where dirt comes from, how to make the best dirt and where to dig for buried treasure. Dig in! THIS is a good book! Branley, Franklyn M. Timber beetles tunnel inside. The hole grows bigger and bigger. The hole transforms into a cozy hollow — home to salamanders, tree frogs, a family of white-footed mice. Ages Each one of them a miracle to me. The scarcity of clean drinking water will have dramatic consequences for humanity in the 21st century: water disputes could spark regional conflict, while increased desertification and drought could affect world food supplies and the future of farming.
A clear message about this precious commodity and our urgent need to conserve it. Curtis Ebbesmeyer tracks trash in the name of science. From sneakers to hockey gloves, Curt monitors the watery fate of human-made cargo that has spilled into the ocean. The information he collects is much more than casual news; it is important scientific data. And with careful analysis, Curt, along with a community of scientists, friends, and beachcombers alike, is using his data to understand and protect our ocean.
In engaging text and unforgettable images, readers meet the woman who started it all Curts mother! With a head like a horse, a tail like a monkey, and a pouch like a kangaroo, the sea horse acts like a chameleon, changing color to ward off danger or to show that he and his mate are a lifelong pair. Watch their fascinating mating dance, as the two of them twine their tails together and twirl, before she places her eggs in his pouch to be born.
But how did all that delicious food get there? Who made the bread for the sandwich? What about the cheese inside? Who plucked the fruit? And where did the chocolate in that cookie get its start? From planting wheat to mixing flour into dough, climbing trees to machine-squeezing fruit, picking cocoa pods to stirring a vat of melted bliss, here is a clear, engaging look at the steps involved in producing some common foods. Healthy tips and a peek at basic food groups complete the menu.
Hints in the text direct kids to the harder-to-find pop-ups and the interactive features hidden within the layout, which reflect the way certain sea creatures blend into their seafloor seascape.
What shapes can they take? Why do star-shaped snow crystals usually have six arms? Are no two snow crystals alike? These questions and more are answered inside this exploration of the science of snow, featuring photos of real snow crystals in all their beautiful diversity. As he reads the information unfolds, and with each new bit of knowledge, he travels—all the way to California to climb into the Redwood canopy.
Crammed with interesting and accurate information about these great natural wonders. I walk in gardens late at night. If you scare me, I will spray a stinky smell. So stay away! The text is written in easy-to-read rhymes and is illustrated with irresistible photographs. Three pages of fun learning activities are designed to both challenge and entertain new readers. Little readers can pull the tabs to see a yellow flower unfurl, a snail poke out of its shell, a duckling hatch, a frog leap, and more.
This Maisy First Science Book also prompts children to find treasures such as a chrysalis and a dragonfly. The book is packed with projects, experiments, and facts about all the systems of the human body. The focus, of course, is on the bones—what they are made of, how they grow, how they work.
New is an expanded section on paleontology and fossil remains incorporating the latest news from the field, including the newly discovered hobbit-sized humans from the last Ice Age. Discover how they do it in this amazing natural history book. Gross the kids out while they learn. Wonderful introduction series. What is a carbon footprint?
Why does it rain? Packed with illustrations and paper fold-outs, flaps, pops, and more to boost interactive learning, it encourages children to think about the impact of human actions on our environment, while engendering respect for the natural world and all its harmonies. Why does it snow? How is a hurricane created? With bright, friendly illustrations, plus pop-ups, pull-tabs, and booklets.
Moving smooth as a river, her stripy coat bright as fire, a mother tiger runs, then vanishes into the tall grass. With plate-sized paws and a pink nose the size of your fist, she hunts and swims, cares for her cubs, and teaches them all her tiger tricks. In the winter, it is a cold and barren land, where few animals can survive. But when spring comes, it brings with it animals from every corner of the earth.
Gray whales, white cranes, wolves, and caribou begin their migrations as the snow melts, gradually making the long journey north. Once they reach their destination, they will raise their young, feast on the lush Arctic tundra, and bask in the sunlight that lasts all summer. Still, this season too must pass, and by the time winter grips the Arctic once again, the visitors have gone—only to return the following year.
Nature Activities for all Ages. But when Oscar emerges from his cocoon as a moth his dreams are dashed. There will be no trip to Mexico for Oscar — or will there? Visit Tornado Alley in the United States and take a close-up look at how these deadly twisters form. A story of determination, conservation, and the ability of one person to make a difference. Authors note, bibliography. A seed sprouts and is quickly devoured by a bug. Then a bright green frog appears and makes a meal of the bug. And the story goes on…from bug to snake to hawk to hunter…until a seed begins to sprout.
Older Than the Stars by Karen C. Simple, informative prose provides additional facts. Why do volcanoes erupt? What strange, changed landscapes do they leave behind? How can scientists predict future volcanic activity? And where were the deadliest eruptions in history? Then look back at the history of these catastrophic storms and examine the science of hurricanes.
How do they form? Why do they rage through the same regions? Which were the deadliest hurricanes in history? And how can scientists predict their landfall? All the answers are here. Your fields have literally turned to dust. This Depression the radio folks were talking about just reached the heartland. The epic disaster of the Dust Bowl brings home the cruel consequences of drought. The calamity that struck Depression-era America was startling for its far-reaching effects across our country, teaching us much about the nature of droughts and their dreadful devastation.
The science section of this book examines the lessons from the Dust Bowl droughts for farmers, including the importance of topsoil. The history of droughts around the world compares impacts on a wide variety of societies. The final chapter looks at the latest tools and technologies developed to help us survive future droughts. The ample back matter will help students find sources to write informed and compelling reports on this subject.
Historical perspectives on the human experience of tornadoes and scientific perspectives on why twisters happen and how to keep people safe add to the intrigue of this fascinating topic. Ample back matter will help students find sources to write well-informed and compelling reports. As a young girl watches, the circle of life unfolds. From the riverbed to the treetops, explore the many fascinating layers of the rain forest. This amazing book gives kids a close-up view of the plants and animals that inhabit dense jungles.
Ages 7 and up. Why are rainforest trees like umbrellas? Where do koalas live? What are people doing to save forests? Find out the answers to these and many more questions about forests and the animals, plants, and people who live in them. Galbraith, Kathryn O. Trains bring more people and more lumber to build houses, fences, and barns. New buildings are erected: a church with a steeple, a store with glass windows, even a schoolhouse with desks for seventeen children.
But one thing is missing: trees. Galaxies, Galaxies! Ages [How many galaxies are there in the universe? For years astronomers thought that the Milky Way was the universe. Now we know that there are billions of them. What is life like in a coral reef? What do corals eat? Why are corals more colourful at nighttime? Informative text and clear, detailed illustrations on this journey into the unique lives of coral reefs. One also learns how they live, how they give birth most lay eggs, some give birth to live babies , and how they eat they swallow their prey whole, sometimes while it is still alive.
This book offers a cornucopia of information about the history of corn as well as details concerning planting, cultivation, harvesting, and its many uses. Includes descriptions of their characteristics, their four stages of development from egg to adult, and how they live. Did you know that Ladybugs eat insects that damage plants and are an important part of our environment? Fun-filled and fact-packed. Based on true story.
Or that dolphins drink milk? That they take naps? Five spectacular 3-D pop-up panoramas feature clever transparent layers, revealing each ocean zone from the surface to the seafloor. Haas, Robert B. Stories and photographs that portray actual events: leopard cubs coming out of their cave to play; charged by protective adult elephants who surround a new-born; side-by-side with a clan of wild dogs as they hunt impalas. All the stories in the book are intimate, engaging, and true.
Find out how children around the world lived, died, and were preserved—on purpose or by accident. Cryptozoology is the study of creatures not recognized by traditional science, and it is the quest to understand things that cannot be proven via ordinary channels. Kelly Milner Halls interviews cryptozoologists, linguistics experts, anthropologists, biologists, and regular people like us who have seen, heard, or maybe stumbled across evidence leading them to believe that Sasquatch is real.
Serious Sasquatch seekers are as skeptical as unbelievers. They are not out to collect great stories. They are out to put together facts. The difference is, they are willing to keep an open mind. Do you believe in Sasquatch? Used in elementary schools to teach the food web—but virtually unavailable at retail—a professionally collected, heat-sterilized owl pellet is now married to a lively, two-color illustrated book filled with facts and related activities about these most amazing birds.
And what a story the Owl Puke Book tells—of the food chain, animal anatomy, life in the forest; of a bird that could read the bottom line of an eye chart from one mile away; and of a fierce hunter that swallows its prey headfirst and digests everything but the bones, which it spits back up in a pellet. As for the story the pellet tells, kids need only a toothpick to find out. Inclues ature notes with fascinating facts. Ages [Can you wish on a starfish? And saddle a sea horse?