"This 'n That"

Sort of like a junk drawer where there are things you want to keep and take out every once in a while to look at. This page will contain several "junk drawers" that you can click on if you are interested in the subject.



Archealogists


How To Kill A Mosquito


Crabby Old Man


The Cost of Raising a Child


Heart Attack--What To Do If You're Alone


I Dream a Dream -- Watch the entire Susan Boyle segment on Britain's Got Talent--You Go Girl!!!


Cry Me A River-- Listen to Susan Boyle do this old hit. She is great!!!


Heart Attack--what to do in case you are by yourself--thanks Marvin, '65


Humorist Dave Barry's Take on Colonoscopies


Life --Beautiful--Thanks Patsy '59


Phycho Cats


Psycho Dogs


Bella Italia -- Beautiful scenery


Those Texans


Old America--some haunting photos


Beware the Bear


Department of What!!!


Christian the Lion--Full Ending


Headline News from 2029


Julie Andrews Turns 69


Snapdragons and Friends


A Must Read


The New Preamble to the Constitution


When is old???


2009 Handbook Thanks Allen H. '66

Celebrity Mansions

Change is Good --What Happened!! I'm so disappointed.

Health Care for Seniors

I'm Mad As Hell-- --from the movie Network (apr. 30 yrs.ago) ...some cursing. But it's really apropho for our times. Thanks to several alumni to sent it to me.

View of Earth's Rotation and Traffic patterns from Space --amazing!! I would call it fantastic!


This is cool. It is a 24 hour observation of the movement of all the large aircraft flights in the world, condensed down to about 2 minutes.

From space it looks like a bee hive of activity. You can tell it is summer time in the North by the sun's footprint over the planet. You can see that it doesn't quite set in the extreme north and it doesn't quite rise in the extreme south. I have never seen this before. We are taught about the earth's tilt and how it causes summer and winter in the opposite hemispheres, but to see just what is going on - WOW. With this 24-hour observation of aircraft travel on the earth's surface we get to see the daylight pattern change as our timer 'moves' across the planet (and by noting where the 'sun is shining' in the northern hemisphere, across the top of the 'movie', you can estimate the time of day).

Each yellow dot is a plane in the air. Watch the concentration of the dots change as daylight comes and goes. Want to be an air traffic controller?Takes a while to buffer.Thanks Mike B. '65


Hillary Snubs Bill

Don't Bite the Hand That's Feeding You -thanks, Mary B. '67

The Barn Dance

Andy Rooney's Right Again!!

Stupid People

Boogie Your Way Thru Life

Sponsor an Executive!!!

Computers Versus Automobiles

Vick's Vapo-Rub --For a cough, try this one

The Auto Air Conditioner Inventors

The Ice Sculpture

Generation Y --true story

Computer Bug --confirmed on Snopes

Buy American!!!

Irene Sandler--A Hero

To All My Online Buddies-- Thanks Mary B. '67

Google Information and it's free!!!

Remember Elmore Longmire and the Tennessee Jamboree? Nice tribute...thanks Jo Anne for link

You Want Change!!!--one smart lady

5 Minute Management Course

Trashy....go figure?

Do You Remember When?

Wild Women of Whippoorhill--

Hilarious--Thanks Pat G. Any volunteers for the next reunion...

Wake Up America

Wake Up America Another segment of Wake Up America

Find Out Anything About Your Lawmakers
Interesting sites to check out your local lawmakers

2-Way Mirrors

Body of a Car

Cookie Blues


Urine Tests

Piano Bar

This is a PowerPoint Presentation; you may want to save it to your computer and then select your favorite piano piece--Thanks Tommy O '62

Grandparent's Scam!! True Story

Many Uses of WD40

Our Taxation System--before 2008 election?

Drive-In Jukebox Some of our favorites

Girls In My Circle

Gonna' Be a Bear

Stroll Down Memory Lane

Nice video made by Tommy O from LHS '61.


Photos of Devastation of Hurricane Ike --Thanks Gloria, 70

How Many Have Your Name This is interesting

You Can't Fix Stupid

Andy Rooney's take on women over 40

History Lesson

Olympic Food Fare--'gimme a Big Mac please or a bowl of pinto beans!!

Stella Awards Funny and assinine

If Tomorrow Starts Without Me

Write-In Candidate

549 People

I Hope You Dance

Did You Know

Illegal Amnesty A Must See For All!!

The Real "Boogie Woogie" I couldn't do this even in my "heyday" even though I gave it every effort.


You Could Have Heard a Pin Drop!!!


School 1957 vs. 2007 Common Sense vs ????


How Long Does the USA Have??


Signs of Ovarian Cancer--Even in the Absence of Ovaries A must read for women. Thanks Connie '65



Gasoline Comparisons A little humor about the price of gas


Spring Cleaning Tips -- Thanks Verlon '62


Words of Wisdom -- Thanks Allan '55


Federal Trade Commission Protecting America's Consumers...lots of info to help
protect yourself against identity theft, what to do if you're a victim of identity theft, copies of complaint forms, etc.


Take me back to the Sixties -- Thanks Mary B '67


Dirt Roads Thanks Lawrence, '65


Good Advice!!! Thanks Joe G. '63



Baby Boomers--Good one Alice '62.


Safety Tips for Everyone--Use those car keys for something besides opening the car doors and other tips.


The Reunion--Too true.


Some Fifties Slang -- Hmmm...I think I still use some of it.


Timelines and Events--What year was that??


Funny Cartoons on Aging--Too funny


Bob Hope--The Man Who Did Make A Difference--Some of his one-liners on aging.


Not 39 Any More!!!--Cute jokes to remind you of our "senior" status.


An Honor to John Faulkner--John Faulkner will be inducted into
The Cumberland College Hall of Fame on February 19, 2000.


Jack Norman '58 --our "music man" for the 1st reunion who transported his own sound equipment and voluntarily operated it.

On Saturday night at the 2000 Reunion, Jack was the DJ at the LaFollette House Party. Jo Anne and I (Charlene) talked with Jack before the 2005 reunion. He was very sick then and wished he could be with us and to tell everyone "Hello". Jack died in 2006. He will be greatly missed.


Moving Tribute to Former Coach Al Rotella-- Submitted to the LaFollette Press by Jay Childress.



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