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2002: How to Complicate Almost Anything
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2005: First Blood
2006: A Fleeting Wisp of Glory
2007: Internet Narcissist
2008: California's Prop 99
2009: At Loose Ends
2010:  A Good Friday
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2013: The Wonder that is Netstock
2014: The Nose Knows
2015: Wow--Today at Logos
2016: Sunday Stealing
2017: Kosher Hiking
2018: Audio Pals
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3 April 2021

Welcome to Saturday: 9. What we've committed to our readers is that we will post 9 questions every Saturday. Sometimes the post will have a theme, and at other times the questions will be totally unrelated. Those weeks we do "random questions," so-to-speak. We encourage you to visit other participants posts and leave a comment. Because we don't have any rules, it is your choice. We hate rules. We love memes, however, and here is today's meme!

Saturday 9: Here Comes Peter Cottontail (from the archives)

1) Which do you prefer: colored hard-boiled eggs, chocolate marshmallow eggs, or plastic eggs with coins inside?

Well none, really.  I'd rather have a chocolate egg (without marshmallow), preferably made by See's candy.

2) What's your favorite color of Peeps (yellow, purple, or pink)?

I don't like to eat Peeps, but to look at, probably yellow.

3) All this talk of sweets is making Sam hungry. What's for lunch?

Good grief, I just finished breakfast.  I haven't any idea what will be for lunch, but it will probably have an English muffin in it (what do they call English muffins in England?)

4) This song was introduced by country singer Gene Autry and it's still a favorite. Please share some of the lyrics. (And you're on your own; Sam didn't include a link to the song this week.)

Here comes Peter Cottontail,
Hopping Down the bunny trail
Hippity, Hoppity
Easter's on it way

5) Gene Autry was so popular that a town in Oklahoma named itself for him. Have you ever been to Oklahoma?

I've been to Tulsa twice, visiting a friend.

6) He and his horse Champion also had a TV show. Can you name another famous horse?

Trigger, Topper, the Black Stallion, Secretariat, Sea Biscuit

7) Gene Autry also recorded "Rudolph, The Red Nosed Reindeer," and it was, of course, wildly popular, too. Who is your favorite recording artist?

From that era?  No surprise -- Judy Garland.

8) In 1950, the year Autry recorded this song, Diner's Club issued the first credit card. Think of the last thing you purchased. Did you use cash, a credit card, a debit card, an e-wallet service (Visa Checkout, Paypal, Google Pay, Apple Pay ...) or a check?

The last thing I bought was a Roku from Amazon, with our credit account.

9) Easter is recognized as the start of the spring season. What are you looking forward to this spring?

Looking forward to seeing Jeri, who is flying out here to spend 3 weeks with us in May.



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