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Barely Worn, RRL, 100% Wool Shawl-Collar Cardigan Sweater My friend bought this and wore it 2 or 3 times and I bought it off of him and wore it around the house yesterday for maybe 30 minutes. Will be willing to trade it for a cool sweater of some type. I do love it, but it's a tad too warm for Southern California. That said, I wouldn't mind keeping it It's GORGEOUS (the photos don't really do it justice). I'd say it's a brown/oatmeal(?) color. Retails for I believe...
And is this online, or in the stores too?
I once asked the cashier at my liquore store what's the most amount of money he's seen people spend on the mega millions. He said, "when it gets over 100 million, lots of people that normally spend $15 dollars per draw routinely spend $100. When it's over $300 million, there are quite a few people that then spend $500 per draw." I like playing for fun, but the above is pathetic. The worst was I pulled up to a 7-11 and got out of the car with the intention of spending...
Does anyone have this book? it was recently featured on Jake Davis' blog http://jakedavis.typepad.com/jakedav...and-nerds.html and it seems neat, but the prices on amazon are steep. Is it worth it? Thanks in Advance! Upstarter
I'm Greek and it's incredibly easy to make "Greek" Yogurt. My mom makes it every once in a while, and it's obviously cheaper than FAGE. Also, FAGE in Greece is super cheap and considered a very average brand. It's hilarious that they've marketed it here as being high end.
Patience!!!!!!!
Quote: Originally Posted by StephenHero +1 First off, you can only go to the hollywood location. 2nd off, it used to be better before the remodel and had a MUCH better vibe. The first time I went to Roscoes was 10 years ago and we had to wait 1.5 hours and it was so worth it. Just had it recently and it's not as good, but the waffles ARE damn good, but most people don't even put enough butter and syrup on them so what do you...
We need more Bort license plates in the Gift Shop. Repeat, we are sold out of Bort license plates
The tomatos in greece aren't what they used to be at many restaurants (and households). You have to go to our equivalent of farmer's markets now to buy tomatos that used to be all over the place 20 years ago. That said, a good tomato in summer with a little olive oil and salt over it and a crust of bread is HEAVEN!
I'm Greek American and have been to Greece 7 times, each trip for months at a time: 1) Doris. Great food and AMAZING loukoumathes 2) Taverna tou Psiri is good, though it's gone down a bit 3) This website is pretty spot on. Beware of places that might be living off of reputation though (like Pinks hot dogs in LA, for ex): http://www.athensguide.com/restaurants.html good eats!
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