Posts Tagged ‘Spam Museum’

© janet m. webb
© janet m. webb

for One Word Sunday

Ann-Christine challenges us to find angles this week. As Bing Crosby pointed out in White Christmas, “Everybody’s got an angle.” Even my van has an angle, more than one in fact as you can see in this photo.


Recently I did a post about how much fun spam could be (as long as caught by the spam filter.)  Not long after that, I came across another gem that had been pulled from circulation and left to languish in the WordPress spam folder.  I share it with you now to give a bit of a smile to your Saturday, followed up by a link to the original “Spam, spam, spam.”  (Evidently, I was enjoying spam back in 2013 as well.) All that’s left now is a visit to the Spam Museum in Austin, Minnesota.  We’ve passed by the museum on our way to Wyoming every summer, but have yet to stop, usually due to arriving at a time when the museum is closed.  Ah, well, everyone must have a travel goal to keep life interesting.  And now, as some of you expressed interest last time for more examples of spam, here is my current spam gem:

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The beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you.”
–B.B. King

B.B. King, you said a mouthful! Learning is something you have forever, something you can get any time you like, at least in this country and  something that, thanks to a wonderful library system, you can get for free. That’s the reason that levies for libraries are the only levies for which I vote “yes.” (more…)