I captured a bit of the show on my iPhone. On the flight home, I edited this short clip and added music.
Where will I be this Christmas? It's looks like we're going to Green Bay, Wisconsin.
|It always starts the same: The sweet smell of wafting citrus|
with a hint of, is that... cloves? Ooo, risky! I like that.
First a tentative lick of the icing, followed by a tiny nibble...
From there I vary it.
|"I'll have these back to ya|
in three days, toots."
|Each month was personally autographed by the appropriate team member.|
It's been three years and I still get aroused by the smell of Sharpie.
|Oh Seth, I'll never forget that wonderful May we spent together.|
|What I wouldn't give to spend Christmas in July.|
|1,412 steps taken.|
|11,208 steps taken.|
|Isn't it nice when porn brings back fond|
memories of your first experience? What
I wouldn't do to go back in time and stop
myself from throwing away the original
packaging for that computer.
|I learned Whale Sharks aren't whales, and there's no such thing as a free brunch.|
|This was a convenient people-watching spot, where I could enjoy a cocktail|
while watching a never-ending supply of gays stream by on conveyor belt.
Industrial cruising under the sea. (Cue steel drums.)
|I was impressed that the World of Coke, adjacent to the aquarium,|
got in on the spirit of the celebration.
|Horse top ISO bottom|
Me: well-bred, fun-loving social drinker who enjoys nuzzling.
Likes: studs, shoes & appletinis. Dislikes: fillies, flies & smoking.
You: great ass, strong back, able to remain bent over for long
periods of time with minimal access to fresh air. Own tail a plus.
Looks not important.
"Cold out dair, eh."I call this an "infinite yoop".
"You betcha, eh."
"Worse den last year, eh!"
"Oh ya think so, eh?"
"Fer sure, eh."
|7-year-old Pac and Sis with Dad.|
"Mexican folk concepts of disease are based in part on the notion that people can be victimized by the careless or malicious behavior of others."All I know is that my huevos are sleeping on the couch. Is that citation enough?
a.) Encourage the meeting, taking satisfaction in the idea that two people you respect and admire have the opportunity to become friends because of you?
b.) Encourage the meeting, but secretly worry that your online crush might find your best friend attractive and that your best friend might take the opportunity to get back at you for that time you slept with his ex?
c.) Prevent them from meeting by not bothering to help arrange it at all?
d.) Encourage the meeting but tell your online crush that your best friend has pesticide-resistant crabs, then tell your best friend that your online crush is self-consciously germaphobic so please don't call attention if he hesitates to shake your hand or use the same toilet seat?
|Wow, a two-fer. How... efficient.|
"This too shall pass" (Persian: این نیز بگذرد, Arabic: كله ماشي, Hebrew: גם זה יעבור, Turkish: Bu da geçer) is a proverb indicating that all material conditions, positive or negative, are temporary. The phrase seems to have originated in the writings of the medieval Persian Sufi poets, and is often attached to a fable of a great king who is humbled by the simple words. Some versions of the fable, beginning with that of Attar of Nishapur, add the detail that the phrase is inscribed on a ring, which therefore has the ability to make the happy man sad and the sad man happy. Jewish folklore often describes Solomon as giving or receiving the phrase. The proverb and associated fable were popular in the first half of the 19th century, appearing in a collection of tales by the English poet Edward Fitzgerald and being employed in a speech by Abraham Lincoln before he became president.