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Why do you bless your pencils every Tuesday morning?

Why do you bless your pencils every Tuesday morning? Topic: How to write a in cursive handwriting
June 17, 2019 / By Chelsea
Question: Assuming you do this, Why do you do this. I don't but why do you? Please give details, no quick answers. Full details. S.R the answer is no. I am looking for a humorist answer.
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Arline Arline | 3 days ago
I go to a Catholic school. The Nuns say my cursive writing is so appalling the only way it will improve is to say "The Prayer of the Pencil". Hopefully with each morning prayer my handwriting will improve to the point she and other teachers will be able to decipher it. I can't say for sure that the prayers are working but my girlfriend is having an easier time reading the notes we pass in class. Next week I plan on starting a new prayer. It's called the "Prayer of Hypnotic State" for when me and my girlfriend are alone. I'll let you know how that works out. In the mean time have a very Merry Christmas and be safe New Years Eve. Remember, that's amateur night. ..
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Arline Originally Answered: What picture of 9/11 sticks out in your mind most of all? What were you doing that Tuesday morning?
I was working that day for the airline I was with at the ticket counter. Someone from Continental Airlines came over to our side to tell us a plane hit one of the towers. At that time we were all thinking it was a horrible accident. Then I got called to go to the security checkpoint because one of our passengers (in case your wondering, he wasn't Muslim, it was a white guy)tried to go through security with an antique handgun. When I got there he was in custody and the police officer was speaking with the passenger. The gun was an antique that was broken and didn't work, but nevertheless, that doesn't matter... no guns go through security, not even if a child had a toy one. An FAA agent came in a couple minutes later to check out the gun and then had a chat with me to take the passenger back to the counter to get a gun case and check it in as luggage if he wanted to keep the gun. Then he walked out and the police officer was filling out some paperwork that I would have to sign. All of a sudden the FAA agent came rushing in and yelled "Another plane just hit the other tower!!" and then I knew right a way it was a terrorist attack for sure. He then looked at the passenger and started yelling "You picked the wrong day to try and bring that gun through security!!" and walked away. The passenger, officer and I just sat there in shock at the fact that this was a terrorist attack. Later, the FAA agent came in to say "They just hit the Pentagon!!" and we were all just mouths open, in shock. He then looked at the passenger and said, "I should have you thrown into a cell right now!" and walked out. Then he came back within a couple of minutes and said, "We have to close all checkpoints and get the people off the concourses so go back to your ticket counter." I walked back with the passenger and his wife who was waiting outside the room, and I can't even remember if we spoke...maybe I just told him that I would make sure and take care of their flight plans. But I know I was in shock. We didn't have a TV in our break room so we didn't see anything yet... then a continental agent came over and told us one of the towers fell. It didn't sink in... I couldn't ask questions because we were too busy telling passengers we didn't know what would happen yet and to hold on for updates. I didn't/couldn't imagine it was the whole building that collapsed. Then a bit later he came back and told us the second tower fell. We were all in shock just... shock. I can't remember when we found out that the first plane was an American Airlines aircraft. But when we did, my supervisor walked over to their ticket counter to ask if they needed help and she came back and told me they were crying. I started crying a little too.. but had to hold it together because of all of the passengers. Shortly after it was announced that all flights are to be grounded and any in the air were to land at the nearest airports ASAP. We were all worried about our flights that were in the air. We started to re-book passengers for the next day's flights and then the day after when they all got full... we had no clue when the airport would re-open. Then the police blocked cars from coming to the airport so they decided since we didn't know when the airports would re-open, to just inform all passengers to call our reservations number to re-schedule their flights. We were then informed that all of our flights landed and were accounted for and we felt relief for that. A couple of my co-workers couldn't get home because their rides wouldn't have been able to pick them up so I took them to a Super K-mart on the way home.... I went in with them since their rides had not arrived yet and we went where all the TVs were and we were then able to see all of the footage of the plane crashes and the towers falling. My heart just sank and I felt awful and terrified and sad. I got home and just cried while watching the news.
Arline Originally Answered: What picture of 9/11 sticks out in your mind most of all? What were you doing that Tuesday morning?
I was watching Bob the Builder with my daughter and turned to the news. It was about 9:20am. Shortly after the second plane went in the trade center. I saw the entire rest of the day unfold on TV. It was unreal. I will never forget that day for as long as I live. I do remember that lady that was happy. It was appalling that she felt that way. There also was a lot of support from around the world and I appreciated that very much. They have been showing all the documentaries on TV. And, it's sad to see it all over again. I had trouble at first since I saw a lot that day that they don't show on TV. Maybe just the feeling like you were there made it hard. But, I actually had nightmares about it for a short while.
Arline Originally Answered: What picture of 9/11 sticks out in your mind most of all? What were you doing that Tuesday morning?
I've figured for a while now that this is going to be the next "Where were you when you heard about JFK?" question for years to come, as in everybody will still remember where they were when they first heard the news about 9/11. I remember arriving at work and seeing some co-workers standing around the hallway. "Did you hear about that? The World Trade Center?" they asked. It wasn't until the next day that I listened to the radio or saw any TV, so that's actually the image that sticks out the most for me as for the actual day of 9/11. That, and I remember how yahoo.com took out all the color of their page.

Zed Zed
you are a writer and use pencils and longhand to write your manuscripts? you are an artist and your art medium is colored pencils? you are a mathematician trying to solve some problem and you use pencils and paper ?
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Zed Originally Answered: POLL: do you think that we should discontinue the use of wooden pencils?
yes. i agree compleatly. our technology could develope some other type of writing thing: not even a pen- and modern technology is advanced enough to do so.

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