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Tuesday Chatter Weekly – May 21, 2018


“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Word of the week-indulgence-noun-the action or fact of indulging

synonyms-satisfaction, gratification, fulfillment, satiation, appeasement, quenching

The state of indulgence

makes us wary, our

lofty ideas redefined.

We anguish over

misshapen emotions

purpose noodles the mind.

   Ah, goodwill toward men but

is the intent for you or for me

  insincerity can blur the lines.


On this day, May 22nd-

1995-Laverne and Shirley 20th anniversary reunion televised

1992-Johnny Carson’s final appearance as host of the Tonight Show

1990-Microsoft releases Windows 3.0

1972-Ceylon changes its name to Sri Lanka

1965-Beatles “Ticket to Ride” hits #1

1956-Last “Bob Hope” show airs on NBC TV

1933-First sighting of the Loch Ness Monster

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15 replies »

  1. Another great Tuesday post Eugenia. I love the picture of the cat and it fits well with the word and your poem. The quote from Gandhi still strikes hard today.


  2. Eugenia,

    I didn’t see the 20th reunion of Laverne & Shirley. Hmmm, I would’ve liked seeing that That was a fun show. They surely don’t make sitcoms like that anymore. Hollywood caters to a crude audience when it comes to comedy today. So very sad and disappointing.

    I loved Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show! I didn’t watch it often but when I did, he really put forth an A-game in pure entertainment full of laughs.

    The last line of your poem is true, insincerity blurs the line. Thanks for sharing!

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    • Yes, I agree with you about the comedy shows of today. If they don’t spiel out a bunch of cuss words or make some poor soul their scapegoat, then they’re not considered entertaining. It’s very unfortunate.


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