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Finance
Wall Street
Pall Mall
cigarettes Smoke Smilie Kids, don't use these, they are addictive and harmful to your health!
Pipeweed
Pipe-whistler
Whistling in the dark
Jack the Ripper
Little Nipper Dog Smilie that pup dog listening to the victrola on the old RCA record labels
His Master's Voice
Saruman's voice
Saruman's choice
Hobson's choice as in take it or leave it, there is no other alternatve.
Sophie's Choice - the movie
Sophia Loren Va Va Voom!
Indy Racing League - vroom, vroom
Witch Hazel - broom broom
Harry Potter
Hairy putter - a furry golf club

Back during my submarine repairing days, I designed a golf putter for putting underwater. Around the clubs shaft I proposed a fiberglass teardrop shaped fairing similar to those used on submarine retracting masts. The main axis of the fairing was oriented 90 degrees to the putter face, reducing the drag of the putter's shaft as it was swung through the water.
Golf War


That was some creative golfing, Grondy!
Goth War (One of those between the Goths and the Visigoths?)
The Wars of the Roses; civil wars fought in medieval England from 1455 to 1487 between the House of Lancaster and the House of York.
The Wars of the Roses 1989 movie directed by and starring Danny DeVito, Michael Douglas, and Kathleen Turner.
Kirk Douglas;- one of the stars in the Vikings- movie and Michael's father
Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea Disney movie staring the actor with the dimpled chin. The body of his a strummed instrument was made out of a turtle or tortoise shell (sea turtle probably seeing as how he was a sailor); I have always remembered it as being sounding banjo-like, though my memory may again be in error. The song he sang went something like: 'Oh, I've a whale of a tale to tell you lad...'
Jules Verne - the french author "inventing" the novel about Nemo and the sub "Nautilus".
In the late 1950's I opened up a box of Corn Flakes and found a four inch long model of the first actual Atomic Submarine the Nautilus and named after Verne's original vessel. Mine was grey plastic and if you added a bit of baking powder under its conning tower, called the 'sail' on modern submarines, it would rise and dive when placed in a pool of water.
Murmansk - harbour of the Northern Russian Fleet.
Archangel the other Russian destination to which the WWII Allied convoys also struggled through storm, bomb, and torpedo to bring their supplies for the Soviet war effort against Nazi Germany.
Right Hand of God - Though He would be ambidextrous of course Wiggle Smilie. They say 'Right Hand' because majority of the world's hands are dominant with their right. It is all symbolic, like God isn't a man, yet saying He is more common to describe Him as it is more dominant Elf Sticking Tounge Out Smilie We lefties must stick together though, that is, if I'm the only lefty here Waving Hello Smilie. (Just me and this smiley, *waves with left hand* Elf With a Big Grin Smilie )
Leonardo da Vinci ; used both left and right hand to write, draw and paint.

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Archangel
- named of course after one of the arch angels as f.e Rafael,
Goya - Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (30 March 1746 – 16 April 1828) was an Aragonese Spanish painter and printmaker, best known for his two paintings of La Maja painted three years apart and both confiscated during the Inquisition.
The Inquisition - part of it lasted until 1850
History of the World, Part 1 1981 Mel Brooks' movie in which they sang the above song.
Silent Movie - same Mel
Silent Night 'Tis the season.
Boxing-Day
Penultimate day of 2008, like it's today.
New Years Eve!
Party on!
New chances
self improvement
re-construction
remodeling
fashion
Bell-bottom trousers
Clown's wear
Red noses
Rudolph
Snow shoes
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