Discussion in 'General Chat' started by globetrotter, Feb 14, 2008.
No question. All reasonable people agree.
I love both the beatles and the stones...just depends on my mood but do find myself listening to the stones in my car more often
It would be douchey, but somehow for you it would be expected and acceptable (and I don't mean that in a mean way).
In other news, I may be close to getting an iPhone this weekend. Hello 21st century.
I am immortal
I have inside me blood of kings (Yeah, yeah!)
I have no rival
No man can be my equal
Take me to the future of you all
a fantastic combination of booze aldens and more booze?
not even remotely. do it.
thanks JJ! very kind of you.
yeah man, you can totally pull it off. 4 shore.
thats great, what do you use now?
Don't get the 4s. waste of money.
No. I had to get a place to settle down first, which I've got now. It's a townhouse attic in Clinton Hill, near Pratt. Lots of historic homes but not yet fully gentrified so rent is a bit less. Good access to nearly every part of Brooklyn worth hanging out in. Three nice roommates. I'm excited.
dood. that sounds great. enjoy.
Natasha Leggero is so fuckin' hot.
She's going to be in St. Louis this Saturday. I didn't know who she was, but I saw her face on the billboard off the Interstate and I had the same thought. (She is sharing the billboard with Eddie Money, who's in town on Friday. She is better looking than Eddie Money.)
started the wire season 2. 2 episodes in, wow. baltimore is a shit city to live in, but it makes for great tv.
stitch made my day with one simple text
So this is going to sound.... well, whatever to most of you but whatever. we're in the middle of our parish Lenten retreat and on Tuesday night the priest gave "homework" to the kids... they were supposed to write a letter to their parents explaining why they loved them. Well, it was actually good timing because even though it wasn't directed at someone my age I did it because my dad was supposed to go on a really long trip yesterday and he was actually dreading the entire thing, first leg was to a part of the world seeing some serious civil strife... and anyway I'm not good at saying out loud how I feel. So I wrote the letter to my dad, slipped it in his bag so it would be a surprise and he read it and loved it. And anyway it felt really good to at the very least write everything out so he knows how I feel. I've heard too many stories of people never telling someone they love how they feel and it haunts them forever. Now I just have to write one for my mom
Oh, and I had a really ominous feeling about this first part of his trip and the flight ended up leaving so late that he would have missed his connection and isn't going. I know my fears were irrational (and maybe it was just a hunch he'd miss a connection, I don't know) but it was comforting. It was also the one part of his trip he really didn't want to go on so... yay for the Edina family.
My iPhone 5 is awesome. Suck on it.
You're a good shit. I am sure he will come home safe and stronger for having done something difficult.
What is the name of the show by the same makers set in New Orleans?
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