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  1. Yes please. Do you think they will serve me in dusty MTB gear?
  2. ...or cross streets against the light (through gaps in traffic)? I sure do.
  3. So, we all are collecting stuff. As mentioned in the "Collecting" thread, there is a pretty wide variety of stuff folks choose to collect, and it got me thinking - especially Wilbur's donation comment - that there is a sort of "and then what?" aspect to it. So, what happens next to all the stuff we collect? Is there a transition plan? A thought out donation plan? A "it's my kids' problem" plan? An "I don't care" plan? I've got no kids, so I've been passing significant childhood stuff to my nieces & nephews with the comment to them & their parents (my siblings) to do with it what they choose and I won't be offended. That covered the kids stuff I had sitting around - Matchbox cars, steam engine, toy cannons, etc.. My grown up stuff will have to be sorted differently, but will likely be a "we're tossing/donating/selling this if no one calls dibs and gets it first" sort of thing.
  4. Razors Edge

    Which One?

    ...would you choose? Jay Leno ran a show last night with the GM Firebird concept cars - I and III were shown - and he got to drive the III. Pretty darn cool! The II looks the most normal, but the I looks the fastest. Man, what a future those guys envisioned!
  5. ...on their own or their kid's weddings? We may have spent that if you include the honeymoon, but definitely not remotely close to that for the wedding. I find $10k nuts, but have known the plenty who have spent multiple times that with $50k no longer being "outlandish". Beyond a WTF, I still can only say, "It's your money..."
  6. ...against this sort of thing! I have pre-sliced cheese for my lunch sandwiches, and each is separated by a piece of paper. Anyway, the cheese slices are offset about a 1/4" BUT the paper only extends about half of that offset. SO...this results in the very end of the top slice of cheese staying adhered to the next piece in line. Instead of the paper facilitating the WHOLE slice of cheese being removed - fully intact - it only works as far as it extends AND it provides a breaking point for the last bit of cheese. THIS NEEDS TO STOP!
  7. ...simply by ignoring that dolt @jsharr's awful advice. I am no longer bitter!
  8. ...and is this a bad thing? My gut tells me that it can't be good!
  9. I bet it was that azzclown @jsharr! The coffee this morning was definitely a little bitter making me bitter I ever read jsharrs' post yesterday
  10. ...is local beer. Been trying a few new options this past week: Of the two, the Solace Brewing Partly Cloudy IPA was the tastier. Definitely a fruity taste, I guess due to the Citra hops? Could be the El Dorado ones, but those don't sound too fruity. Not sure where Solace's bricks & mortar location is, though.
  11. Sure, it ain't vegan, but it is KOSHER! Man, I wonder if SW would take a chance on it?
  12. It seems the build site decided to add another big crane to the development sometime last week: I wonder if it is because they are falling behind schedule or was planned this way?
  13. I love them. I have been to quite a few, and rarely pass up an opportunity to combine a celebratory event AND a vacation. My cousin is getting married next month, and I was bummed she didn't listen to my suggestion that she tie the knot in Spain. She and her fiance love Spain, so I was hoping that might sway them.
  14. ...what kind of dirt would they have on you? I don't think twice about speaking freely in front of my pup, nor do I close the bathroom door when it is just me and her in the house. God knows what she has tucked away in that noggin of hers.
  15. ...regardless of type (dill, bread & butter, etc)? Seems like, as a veggie, they get points, but the way they are prepared might negate a bit of that?
  16. ...we recommended when you asked? I think @jsharr did, but I think @petitepedal didn't. I wonder who is happier with their choice?
  17. ...except for personal hygiene? Seems like they were pretty spot on about most things.
  18. ...or even just the simple "Lady Beetle"? We always call them ladybugs. They really are a fun little insect.
  19. I can't say I ever follow LA's tweets and I still consider him dickish, but I am loving the hornet's nest he stirred up this weekend Only sad part is that SW didn't bother to head to Nantucket for the meet up ride.
  20. ...now that "Todd" = "Dottie" Jeebus, I'm worried the next horrific news I am gonna read is that "jsharr" is really "Frank", and "wilbur is "Justin". The world was so much more mysterious before the news came out, and there is no cramming that genie back in the bottle. Not even Frank has those skills
  21. Driving your car (or, riding a bike): How long do you sit at a completely desolate intersection before proceeding through regardless of the red signal? I'm coming to a full stop, looking both ways, and proceeding.
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