FROM TRIHARDER: I'll have to look through my key drawer to see whose keys I have.====JACK: If you have keys belonging to others, that means......
FROM WALMART REV: Another good word for our day, Jack...no need to let anyone drive me crazy...I'm close enough to walk!!====JACK: My intern pastor once wrote a book..."The Cross Is the Key." He gave me an autographed copy. I can't find it. I've lost the key!
FROM PL IN MICHIGAN: I really like this one Jack! It's like the saying..."xxxxxx really pushes my buttons!" We tend forget that those are our buttons.====JACK: In 1956, Dodge introduced a car that had push buttons instead of a gear shift lever. You're right in style your pushing buttons...if it were 1956.
FROM BBC IN ILLINOIS: Love the phrase…..====JACK: Hang on to those keys!
FROM PLAIN FOLKS CHESTER: Thanks, Dad, for the keys to the car. Well put.====JACK: I never had to ask for the keys, since the first car I ever drove was my own...a Model A for $100. I even taught myself to drive.
FROM BLAZING OAKS: Cleverly put! We need to hide our keys! :-) I'm glad i have a key pad to get into the car without a key....i can lock the keys in the car and still access the car; it's saved my bacon a few times! What drives me crazy is to call a service number, and press number after number trying to talk to SOMEONE!! Frustrating!====JACK: The Optimist Club (to which I belong) has a creed which begins, "Promise yourself to be so strong that nothing can disiturb your peace of mind..." This can include automated answering devices.