This one is for Jerry Van!!!
I just KNEW it was posted with that intention and should have known it would be by you! P
OK< where's the needle? What size thread??
The needle has been thrust into my neck. The thread is what Marty is hanging on by.
What criteria makes a new thread a "new thread", or conversely, at
what point does a new thread become an old thread ?
As soon as you drive it off the lot.
I see we're going to be stringing this along. . .
Let's see, how many forum members does it take to post a question?
One to ask the question
Two to clarify the question
three to question the question
four to make puns of the posting
five to tell us all to pipe down
six to point out the question isn't really OT.
Seven to. . .
Oh wait; did anyone answer the question???
This is a very fine thread. I was prepared to be in stitches but its just another yarn.
You guys are great!!!
Seven plus six, plus five, plus four, OH WAIT! Plus eight, plus three,
What was that?
Where was I?
(Being serious is highly over-rated!)
This thread is knot what I expected . . .
but, let's see if we can string it out.
Why do we start a thread, when we know its a yarn? And probably knot tied to the fabric of the meant subject?
If we pull on this loose thread what happens? should I pull it? I'm just sooooo confused I think I will go for a drive to clear my head
If we start at the top, YOU DID post the first punctuation question.... Hence, the question has appeared. The answer, of course, is "Molly Brown".
This yarn (thread) is getting thicker. If it's brown, rust or black colored, one could use it for an a small (let's say HO scale RR) crane for the cable! :-) I have.
I'm so slow, it took me TWO days to figure it out. :-)
Marv, I thought the answer was "42"?