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Mo Hawg - Week 22


Day 1.

   According to today's regulators and bureaucrats, those of us who were kids (or piglets) in the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s and even 1960s, 1970s and the early 1980s should not have survived! For those who have come along since then, Mo presents: "I Can't Believe We Made It" for Today: We shared one soft drink or a banana split with four or more friends, with one bottle or one spoon.  No one actually died from this.  We survived.

   George McP. from Savannah, George is a long-time reader and fan of Mo Hawg!  (Yes, Mo has a fan!)  George sent in these new definitions for words we only think we know: Paradox \par'-u-doks'\: Two physicians.

   George also sent along remedies for mosquitoes.  He swears these are real.  George says to take one vitamin B-1 tablet a day.  He says for some reason, mosquitoes won't bite you if you are taking vitamin B-1.

Day 2.   

    In Japan, they have replaced the impersonal and unhelpful computer error message with Haiku poetry message.  Mo knows about Haiku.  (It has strict construction rules with only 17 syllables allowed in each poem; 5 syllables in the first line, 7 syllables in the second line and 5 in the third line.) 
   Mo presents actual error messages from Japan: "Having been erased, The document you're seeking Must now be retyped."

   George McP. from Savannah, Georgia is a long-time reader and fan of Mo Hawg!  (Yes, Mo has a fan!)  George sent in these new definitions for words we only think we know: Pharmacist \farm'-uh-sist\: A helper on the farm.

   George also sent along remedies for mosquitoes.  He swears these are real.  If you eat bananas, George says mosquitoes will like you. 

   Mo's Wisdom: An oldtimer is someone who can remember when bacon, eggs and sunshine were thought to be good for us!

Day 3.

   According to today's regulators and bureaucrats, those of us who were kids (or piglets) in the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s and even 1960s, 1970s and the early 1980s should not have survived! For those who have come along since then, Mo presents: "I Can't Believe We Made It" for Today: Little League had tryouts and not everyone made the team.  Those who did not had to learn to deal with disappointment.  We survived.

   George McP. from Savannah, Georgia is a long-time reader and fan of Mo Hawg!  (Yes, Mo has a fan!)  George sent in these new definitions for words we only think we know: Polarize \po'-lur-ize'\: What penguins see with.

   George also sent along remedies for mosquitoes.  He swears these are real.  George says that Vick's Vaporub is one of the best mosquito repellants!

   Mo's Wisdom: It takes more hot water to make cold water hot than cold water to make hot water cold!  It's true.

Day 4. 

      In Japan, they have replaced the impersonal and unhelpful computer error message with Haiku poetry message.  Mo knows about Haiku.  (It has strict construction rules with only 17 syllables allowed in each poem; 5 syllables in the first line, 7 syllables in the second line and 5 in the third line.) 
   Mo presents actual error messages from Japan: "Stay the patient course. Of little worth is your ire.  The network is down."

   George McP. from Savannah, Georgia is a long-time reader and fan of Mo Hawg!  (Yes, Mo has a fan!)  George sent in these new definitions for words we only think we know: Primate \pri'-mate'\: Removing your spouse from in front of the TV.

   George also sent along remedies for mosquitoes.  He swears these are real.  George advises us to plant marigolds around the yard.  He says the flowers give off a small that the insects do not like.

Day 5. 

      In Japan, they have replaced the impersonal and unhelpful computer error message with Haiku poetry message.  Mo knows about Haiku.  (It has strict construction rules with only 17 syllables allowed in each poem; 5 syllables in the first line, 7 syllables in the second line and 5 in the third line.) 
   Mo presents actual error messages from Japan: "Serious error.  All shortcuts have disappeared.  Screen.  Mind.  Both are blank."

   George McP. from Savannah, Georgia is a long-time reader and fan of Mo Hawg!  (Yes, Mo has a fan!)  George sent in these new definitions for words we only think we know: Selfish \sel'-fish'\: What the owner of a seafood store does.

   George also sent along remedies for mosquitoes.  He swears these are real.  George says that "tough guy" Marines who spend a lot of time in the company of mosquitoes say that Avon Skin-So-Soft bath oil mixed about half and half with alcohol is the best repellent anywhere!


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