Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Spookman Spiff, Oct 20, 2010.
Okay so this is from about five pages back but I'm finally catching up!
It is fantastic, but my elephant doesn't dance, just tramples
If an elephant is dancing, I'd wager that anyone around would get trampled quite soundly.
Well, there is that
"The Trample" is apparently the latest dance craze sweeping the nation...
Think of it as interpretative trampling...
That is awesome. And I relate to far too many of these.
And, yes, obituaries should TOTALLY tell you how the person died.
Edith Keeler's obit in "City on the Edge of Forever(TOS)" didn't. Otherwise Kirk and Spock wouldn't have been able to pad out an entire 50-minute episode trying to figure out what was going on.
I've seen that before and sadly, most, if not all of them apply to me.
That being said, in regards to #7, Mapquest does a feature where you can hide the parts of the directions you're familiar with, in both directions. Unfortunately, and I found out the hard way, twice, it sometimes does so when you don't realize it. Which is why, for the first two times I went to visit my sister's new house, I panicked when I got halfway there and the directions ran out (and, of course, my phone couldn't get a GPS signal worth a damn. For the times it works, it's nice, but most of the time, it's easier to still print out directions and then supplement it, if, God willing, the phone decides to pick up a GPS signal).
I don't see 005's pic.
Lightning flashes across the sky above the stage while Tragically Hip is playing Fiddler's Green at the Rock the Shores 2012 concert
That type of weather is very rare here for Victoria, BC.
I was on the Ferry to Anacortes, and it was insane there.
there are plenty of Video of the Victoria storm on You Tube.
"More kisses begin with Miller Light than Kay...."
There also needs to be a Google images option that will display first the stuff that "safe search" leaves out.
You and me both macloudt!
Which makes me a little afraid to ask about numbers 14 and 15 (they don't show up on my screen)...but maybe I don't need to know!
Those were the ones about vision and memory going.
*says the guy who turned 51 this year*
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