Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Boo!, Aug 10, 2012.
Where did you find your spouse, squiggy?
match.com. Although there is a website for Trekkie dating now.
She was programmed in multiple techniques?
I was going to say, "Fully Functional."
Nice. My wife and I met on match.com too.
Just out of curiosity, what line of Data's did she use?
And everyone else thought it as well.
Here's what was waiting for me in my stall when I went to pick up my rental car this week. I've got some highway driving this evening. I think I could get in trouble with this vehicle.
Went to dinner last night and being that it was later in the day, I had my choice of tickets. How could I resist?
^Cruising the local Panera Bread, are we?
THEY HAVE GOOD SOUP!!!
Sheessseeah. Just keep your hands to yourself, young man. Those waitresses are trying to work, you know.
And, while you're there, order me a Bacon Turkey Bravo; I'm hungry!
Good on you for locking that down.
Panera has waitresses?
They will sometimes bring the food to the table after someone orders at the counter. Technically not a waiteress.
^This. Apologies for the confusion. Basically, I ordered my food and then was given the ticket to go sit down. The server(?) then brought my food to me a few minutes later.
Ah. The Panera around here just calls your name when your food is ready, and you go up to the counter to pick it up.
I haven't been around in about 3 years, so I'd say it's time to post a new picture. This was taken in the summer at the Toronto Harborfront.
Tom Hendricks, my heart goes out to your mother-in-law.
I had one of those as a rental in NY over the summer. It looks good, and that's a ton of horsepower out of a V6. But, man the windshield is awful to look though, and the doors are too long to open in some parking places.
From the pic, I can tell he got a V8. The only reason I know that is because my brother-in-law has a black convertible V8 Camaro. See that slit in the hood just above the grill? (Actually not a slit, but a plastic insert.) The V6 version doesn't have that.
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