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Every time you Google yourself, a kitten dies.
Dr. Wu
I was in an off-again, on-again relationship with a bipolar young woman for approx. eight years. I was 22 years old when we first met; she was a senior in high school, one month before her eighteenth birthday. We became reacquainted four months later, in the fall semester at our local community college, when we coincidentally ended up in the same science class. After a few weeks, we began walking and talking together after class. I had a big crush on her, but I...
Loyola Marymount University
Quote: Originally Posted by redcaimen I think this is sound advice but as far as pissing on people they could very well have some useful insights. Could be. And thumbs-up to your Felix the Cat avatar. I've always dug Felix.
Back in the 1940s and 1950s cigarette smoking was often considered a glamorous activity, but in recent years I associate it with the "white trash" lifestyle -- trailer parks, high school dropouts, plumber's butt, Indian casinos, and everything else.
I'm not picky about potato chips, so long as the freshness date hasn't expired. But back in the 1980s there was a brand called "Columbia River". I think they were sold at Costco here in California. Best potato chips I ever eated!
If I wanted to learn about the Cold War, the last two people I would ask are a politician and a politician's wife.
A Touch of Death by Charles Williams And two of Lawrence Block's early novels: The Girl With The Long Green Heart and Lucky At Cards
My dad moonlighted as a custodian for a while when I was a little kid. He never complained about it. My older brother worked as an elementary-school janitor for one year while waiting to get hired as a USPS mail carrier. He complained more about his postal route than he ever complained about his janitor job. My first job was at a small newspaper office, where I did proofreading, typesetting, and some paste-up work. The editor didn't want to hire a custodian, so...
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