Friday, November 05, 2010


DEPOSIT, n. A charitable contribution to the support of a bank.

2010 Update: A portion of there allocated to the establishment of a new here.


Nessa said...

Planning for retirement, Doug?

TLP said...

Deposit: The sediment of fat around my hips. It just deposits itself there. Possibly related to the contribution of food into my mouth. nah. No relationship there. I'm so sure.

Jim said...

Hey Doug, is this our last issure of Walking Ambrose as we know it? If so I am glad to have found it. Jammie Dawn (we stay in touch) told of you on her blog back when.

Deposit: I am wondering where those foreigners holding our bonds will put their money now that our treasury is 'buying' some back. $600 Billion of newly printed money will go someplace.
Maybe they will buy more of our goods now that they will be cheaper along with the cheaper dollar.
Or deposit some directly into our banks? Will the government now burn the bonds or will it repay the treasurey (burn is my guess)?
Did you ever buy back an IOU from someone with your own money? I.e. forgive them.

tsduff said...

Ha ha TLP - that is one definition I hadn't thought of.

Deposit: Something my bank account sees far too little of.

Jim said...


Nessa said...


TLP said...


javajazz said...


Ariel the Thief said...

With whom?

Ariel the Thief said...

With me, of course!

TLP said...

Waking Ambrose made a permanent deposit to the repository of my memory. This blog will always be with me.

I will miss it very much.

tsduff said...

I can't imagine wanting to blog when there are no others who make me use my brain as this one does. Sure you won't reconsider Doug?

Anonymous said...


* 1 cup water
* 3/4 stick butter (6 tablespoons)
* 1 tablespoon sugar
* 1/8 teaspoon salt
* 1 cup flour
* 1 cup eggs, about 4 large eggs and 2 whites
* Vegetable oil, for frying
* Powdered sugar, for topping


Boil water, butter, sugar, and salt together in a saucepan. Add flour and work it in until it is all incorporated and dough forms a ball. Transfer mixture to the bowl of a standing mixer and let cool for 3 to 4 minutes. With mixer lowest speed, add eggs, 1 at a time, making sure the first egg is completely incorporated before continuing. Once all eggs have been added and mixture is smooth, put dough in a piping bag fitted with a number 12 tip. Heat about 1 1/2 inches of oil in a heavy pan. Pipe dough into oil, making a free-form lattice pattern; cook until browned, flipping once. Remove cake from oil, drain on paper towels, and top with powdered sugar. Continue until all of the batter is used.
Funnel Cake

moving on

Anonymous said...

old school activity
communication and
financial transaction
between customer
and bank teller...
direct deposit and
the internet...

Thank You For The Memories
Peace Always and Happy Trails

cooper said...

deposit: what the women down the street calls her dog's poo when it's on my little grass patch.

Cooper said...

I feel as though I should break into
a chorus of "What Now My Love", the Sonny and Cher (not the Elvis), version.

A bend in the road is not the end of the road... unless you fail to make the turn. ~Author Unknown

k. riggs gardner said...

Who, What, Where, When, Why and How.

JOU101 -- "Use who, what, where, when. why and how to get all the necessary information to write a great article."

Doug The Una said...

Planning isn't really what I'm doing, Nessa.

TLP. what the mouth enjoys, the hips will wear pleasantly.

You bet, Jim, for those who don't read the Saturday stories. this was it. I'm glad Jamie Dawn introduced us as well. See you around your blog.

Terry, my account seems to enjoy its twice monthly temporary changes of balance. Like a comatose man sneezing.

TLP, now.

JJ, why not?

Ariel, I think your shadow answered correctly.

Is that where they keep those, Actonbell? In the riverbank and under the sea?

Me too, TLP. We'll have more fun together, though.

Terry, are you really going to hold me responsible if you stop blogging?

Peace. Bear, and thanks for the memories see you around.

Cooper, offer her a receipt.

Cooper, in which case you become a deposit, no?

Good advice, Karen,. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

well we,
need to say
followed the recipe
and enjoyed a final taste
of blog funnel cake
so the recipe is here
just waiting for
your visit...
Crow & Bear

w/v thesse
wishful final words

Russell CJ Duffy said...

If this is right then I have been overly generous!

Can you get refunds?

TLP said...

Just checkin' in to be sure you aren't posting behind my back.