Bad librarian! :hmwink::hmtung:
Type: Posts; User: puddleduck
Bad librarian! :hmwink::hmtung:
This must have taken a good deal of work.
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I've seen a few episodes because it is now my brother's favourite show, but I haven't been terribly impressed. It is what it is, and I shouldn't be expecting too much, but Spartacus, the movie with...
7000 people did this? It looks kind of fun.
Didn't she also do the voice of Luanne on King of the Hill?
They are delicious! It's one of the things I enjoy most about the holiday season. Does anyone else love them too?
From my wedding this summer.
I hope I posted the picture correctly.
Spaghetti al Tonno
(spaghetti with canned tuna)
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
1 small onion, chopped fine
1 or 2 garlic cloves, chopped
1 or 2 anchovy filets, chopped (optional)
Indeed, the Great Pumpkin probably won't stop by if you have only half a dozen.:hmwink:
Besides tomatoes and pumpkins, are you growing anything else? Gladiolas?
Nice work nutnog. I miss...
*MOD NOTE: MULTIPLE ANNUAL GARDENING THREADS HAVE BEEN COMBINED INTO ONE MASTER THREAD TO MAKE IT EASIER FOR ANYONE SEEKING ADVICE OR INFORMATION. THIS WAY, EVERYTHING'S IN ONE PLACE. :wblol:
That Martha Stewart segment was pretty outrageous. :hmeek: But I almost died laughing at the Road Warrior.
I'm pretty sure that Men's Wearhouse owns Moores, hence you probably won't ever find them in the US
Hands down, the best pizza I have ever had is Neapolitan pizza from Italy. Sadly, I have yet to find it made the same way in North America. :hmsad:
Ha ha! Now you have a twin! :hmlol::hmwink:
You may find that going with a walking group will keep you motivated. Where I live, they are usually offered together with running groups on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. The routes are...
Jaster, LadyNiko and Tee-Ra used to appear frequently, but I haven't seen them in ages.
Books. However, I have imposed a moratorium on myself to read a few more before I start buying them again.:hmgrin:
Oh you Southerners complaining about the cold! :hmwink:
Just kidding. But maybe you should change "Mistress of the Whip" to "Joan of Arctic". :hmlol:
Yes, I have cheap webcam, and I have made video calls with Skype. It works pretty well.
I do. I've been using it since 2005. It usually works fairly well, and calling most places is under 3 cents a minute. It's also simple enough that my parents have been able to use it. :hmgrin:
Typically, we would spend Xmas Eve with my mother and her husband, and Xmas day with my father. Since my sister got married and had children, we have been spending Xmas day with them: my mother and...
It's interesting that I have the same situation as you do, LionO and AngelT. I broke my nose as a child and it grew somewhat crooked. It has bothered me from time to time since my teens, when I could...
Anyone had it? I have been thinking more about it recently to correct my nose.
I understand that newer cards are coming out with chips embedded in them instead of just the magnetic strip so that they will be less easy to copy and therefore more secure.
I sympathize with you....
Timballo. Spaghetti al tonno. Neapolitan pizza. Pretty much anything with ricotta.
I dunno, I don't think rednecks usually use whips. Maybe you should diversify with guns, knives, barbed wire, dogs, dynamite etc. That'd be awesome. You'd put ordinary rednecks to shame that way....
I want a theatre to take a chance and make some showings "No Children". They probably would think that they would lose customers who would bring their children along, but I think they would more than...
Unless your family has a history of alcoholism (and you state that your father does not) I don't see anything wrong with it. That said, maybe you should consider something else for Christmas gifts so...
I would have walked out if I hadn't been with four other people watching that rubbish, and I have never walked out of a movie before, nor have I been ever tempted to. Tragically for all of us, we all...