Monthly Archives: October 2011

DFHC 10/31/2011

Ask Cool Daddy, Big Dummy… Dear Big Dummy: So what’s the Dum Dum Pops “Mystery Flavor” anyway?  …from Lolly, in Parkerhouse Roll City, PA Dear Lolly, you sucker: Unlike so many knucklehead companies today, Spangler keeps pretty good records of … Continue reading

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DFHC 10/30/2011

Genealogy 4 Baby Boomers on vacation…back next week!!  Ask Candy Corn Daddy, Part Duh Dear Friends:  Over the years, I’ve made it a point to note the changing holiday fads and fancies. The earliest example I can find of making … Continue reading

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DFHC 10/29/2011

Ask Candy Corn Daddy Dear Cool Daddy: Every year at Hallowe’en time, we see the yellow-orange-white Candy Corn and brown-orange-white Indian Corn…but hasn’t there occasionally been brown-orange-yellow? Seems I never buy it, then it’s not around the next year. … … Continue reading

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DFHC 10/28/2011

WHAT COLORS DO YOU SEE? Oddly enough, 9 out of 10 computer screens could use a serious color recalibration…you might want to look into it…I’m just sayin’… an almsot endless spectrum of shameless plugs… Podcasts at http://stolfpod.podbean.com  and  http://thewholething.podbean.com Deep Fried … Continue reading

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DFHC 10/27/2011

Dogs Dogs Dogs and Dogs Saw this article in the morning paper and just had to see what this pooch looked like…. Well, not what I thought…some frightened little ball of fur?…nope…I suspect this bad boy would have jumped off … Continue reading

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DFHC 10/26/2011

Ask Cool Daddy…The Y Factor…                                                  ( for Yuck) Dear Cool Daddy: I was looking over a Buffalo … Continue reading

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DFHC 10/25/2011

Ask Cool Daddy…spare a buck? Dear Cool Daddy: Noticed this dollar bill I got in change the other day. Odd thing about it is, on the front, the “black” printing is very worn, but the “green” still appears relatively sharp. … Continue reading

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