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Magnus Walker haters out there are schadenfreuding all over their pants right now after he smashes his 227: http://video.startribune.com/porsche-crashes-during-twin-cities-media-event-with-our-reporter-inside/323095071/
I am attending a 5 year anniversary dinner of a friend that they're putting together. While I thought it was simply a get together among friends, it seems like they might be fronting the bill. Though it wasn't clearly stated, I suspected it may be the case after they asked my choice of entree. This brings up a few questions... 1. Should I bring a gift? 2. What kind of gift? Cash might be a bit gauche? 3. What if I misread and they aren't paying? Advice? Are anniversary...
Apparently it's not even mainly used for dick pics any more. My brother told my mom to get snapchat to keep in touch
Pretty much same here
Anybody got any good pressure cooker techniques and recipes? I just ordered one awaiting delivery. There's a few interesting ones from seriouseats I'm looking forward to trying (stock, risotto), as well as doing BBQ ribs in them.
^ Nice, I am glad you enjoyed it. We are jaded here when it comes to our food, so it's cool to hear an outsider's take, especially compared to SEA or PDX.
Edina, where'd you hit up while in Vancouver?
Some-BAH-DEE once told me...
Oceania considered 'upper-premium', which is a step between RC, Princess, Holland America and the full-on luxury segment of Regent, Silversea, Crystal, etc. In terms of price point and amenities alone Oceania's travellers should be quite different than Royal Caribbean.
Mid-sized luxury brand name ships and cruises such as Oceania, Regent, Crystal, Silversea, Seabourn should have the size and amenities of a larger ship without the Royal Caribbean/Carnival crowd. They should also have decent food options with restaurants from Pepin (Oceania), Nobu (Crystal) and Keller (Seabourn), often which are included with your cruise or with a relatively small additional surcharge.
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