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Got to the gym at 5:40 instead of when they open the doors at 5:30 and this woman had parked in one of the 2 squat racks. Third time in 2 weeks this has happened. She occupies the rack the entire time I'm at the gym, draping her things around it and refusing to work in with someone. On Monday I had to use the bad rack and managed to go through 5 sets of squats to her one set of arm curls (the rest of her time was spent socializing).
Gulden's changed their cap on the bottle, specifically making the squeeze opening much larger, and it is now nearly impossible to make a sandwich without it drowning in mustard.
Funeral home directorsHack architectsGerman tourists (with sandals)Video game testersGuy Fieri (probably, assuming flame socks are in the hamper)
Who prays on one knee besides football players?
5 before work. My legs have been fried from the gym.
That episode was so off putting, I had trouble sleeping right after it.
We were in Rockville MD so it'd be a bit off the path coming down I95, and the current price is a sale through the end of the month. They had a great selection and nearly everything was much more reasonable than I'm used to in VA. I also picked up a bottle of Bulleit Rye for $18 instead of over $30 back home.
In Maryland for a wedding, just stopped in to the liquor store killing time and found Balvenie 14 Caribbean Cask for $41, compared to $70 back in VA
It is funny how the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial went from being seen as non-traditional to sort of the standard bearer for today's minimal memorials. I think I remember learning that Maya Lin received a C on the entry as an undergrad. Her original presentation wasn't exactly thrilling though -I had the same experience as you when I first saw the WWII Memorial - just overly literal and not really moving like some of the other memorials. The states thing and everyone taking a...
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