What I learned from Facebook on President’s Day 2011!
Daphne C.-H. told us that she “Just participated in the Free Preview of "Flabulous to Fabulous in Fifteen" With The Fitness Angel Free Online Class ...IT WAS GREAT” I love alliteration as much as the next guy, but the flabulous to fabulous thingie is a little off-putting. I suggest this Fitness Angel change her slogan. What about “Tonnage to Funnage in Ten”?
Peter G. describes his whereabouts by the nano-second, when he says “it is a spectacular day here in los angeles. out on the boat in marina del rey. the ocean is glistening and santa monica bay has never looked better. off to speak tonight in thousand oaks. tomorrow in redondo beach and tuesday in pasadena. and then...to new york for cbs. hope everyone is having a great and well deserved weekend” I think we get it; you’re in California. Man, this guy should be a Travel Correspondent.
Marwa W. El-F. stated that: نطالب المجلس الأعلى للقوات المسلحة المصرية التدخل الان قبل غدا لحماية الجالية المصرية في ليبيا من بطش شديد من النظام الدموي الليبي .. لقد سمعنا جميعا التحريض السافر في خطاب نجل العقيد القذافي علي المصريين المتواجدين في ليبيا .. نكرر الوضع خطير ويجب التدخل الان قبل غدا، حفاظا علي ارواح اكثر من مليون ونصف
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Aside from the misspelled words and poor grammar in Marwa’s statement, I refuse to marry a woman who whines incessantly about needing a man.
Paula O. sent me and 76 other friends this one:
"A new fortune cookie has been delivered to you.
Click the cookie to find out what it says!
Read your fortune: Click here"
Thanks Paula. But if you don’t mind, I am going to save this and not open it until I have dinner at the Peking House on Friday.
Lorraine D. informs all of us who never took an astronomy course: “However long the night, the dawn will break.” African proverbContinued on the next page