Sign in or Join FriendFeed
FriendFeed is the easiest way to share online. Learn more »

Steve C › Comments

t-ra: lose,find,repeat
Oh no. A loud person wearing a lot of perfume just sat down next to me at the bar. Time to go to the bathroom.
Without leaving your seat? That'll get rid of ol' stinky perfume lady. - Steve C
holly #ravingfangirl
oooooooooooooh. we were contacted by a tv show about using our bookmobiles today. :D :D
Shootin a porn? - Steve C
"Group Study" - Marie
oooOOOHHHhhh - LilaLaMarea from Android
Neighbor's kid just bought a pack of bubble gum cigarettes off the ice cream truck. That's so inappropriate.
Yes, totally inappropriate. On the other hand, I DIDN'T KNOW THEY STILL MADE THOSE. I felt like such a badass when I had them as a kid. No wonder I was grounded a lot. - Marie
Hmm I think they did stop making those about 10 years ago. Oh well expired candy still better than cigarettes - Steve C
The cool one was gum and would 'smoke' when you blew into it. - Rodfather
I wouldn't be surprised if they were made outside the US & got here in some shady way. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
They make them and they're available at places that sell nostalgia candy. Teddy's Party Supply (or whatever it's called) on Piedmont Ave. carried those things last I knew. I agree it's probably not the best thing for kids. - Spidra Webster
blue bubblegum cigarillos! - Big Joe Silence
I still see them in a lot of places, but they're not called candy cigarettes anymore, the packages just say "candy sticks" instead. Still seems to be the same packaging, though. Are they better or wise than the bubble gum cigars they used to have? - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE from YouFeed
laura x
I live with the world's cutest terrorist.
Webster? - Steve C
This is 2 out of 2 places in which I am waiting for whoever to show up to show me a place. This is getting aggravating. #weddingvenuefail
and so it begins - Steve C
I am already over this already. Ugh - Miriella
ωαřмaiden ❤Bassetmom❤
Our very first wedding anniversary gift, and it is beautiful! Thank you, Helen & Pete, for remembering! This is going in a place of honor (honour?) on our wall :)
All Helen's work :-) - Pete
Yay! I'm glad it got there, and hope it cheered you up following all your trials and tribulations these past few weeks. I did get the right date, didn't I? Didn't have time last year since you eloped ;-) - Heleninstitches
The date is correct! It's perfect! Thanks so much! :) - Jed
neat - Steve C
Steve C
Rescued Chihuahua And Insanely Fluffy Chicken Are The Best Of Friends | -
Rescued Chihuahua And Insanely Fluffy Chicken Are The Best Of Friends |
"Two legged Roo, and fellow rescue Penny are bffls (best friends for LIFES). How could they not be? Two world-weary, little babes who are cuter than all get out? Yeah, it was meant to be." - Steve C from Bookmarklet
So cute! - Tamara J. B.
Holly's favorite Anna
We Asked A Brewmaster To Review Cheap Wine And Basically, He Wasn’t Thrilled via @buzzfeed // duh.
We Asked A Brewmaster To Review Cheap Wine And Basically, He Wasn’t Thrilled via @buzzfeed // duh.
Is wine supposed to be blue? Even cheap wine? - Betsy
It is when it's called Blue Hawaiian. - Holly's favorite Anna
depends on if you consider Boone's Farm wine or "wine" :) - ~Courtney F
The comments section, "I never paid more than $2.49 for wine and it tastes just fine." - Eric - Watch Me Now
I'm guessing that commenter buys Charles Shaw (now $2.49 in California), and lots of people would agree that it tastes just fine. A little simple for my tastes, but nothing wrong with it. (I do wonder why a brewmaster would be judging wines...but, hey, buzzfeed) - Walt Crawford
Oh the two buck Chuck. We don't have that here. - Eric - Watch Me Now
A shame (I think it's $3 in most states, and it went up to $2.49 here recently). For the money, Shaw wines are remarkably good (the vintner, Bronco, makes even better wines in the $3.99-$5.99 range for TJ and lots of other people). - Walt Crawford
Oh, sigh. Had to look up Bronco at Wikipedia, and a *side comment* is absolutely wrong, but I don't even try to edit Wikipedia any more. (Specifically: The Wine Group is not a "bulk wine producer," although it does produce some box wines--it also produces many different brands of good-quality wines, notably including Concannon, where it's now headquartered. COI: I live here.) - Walt Crawford
Mmm blue wine, that's when you know they juiced the Smurfs when they were just ripe. - Steve C
Steve C
'Mrs. Doubtfire' sequel is in the works; Robin Williams to return - -
'Mrs. Doubtfire' sequel is in the works; Robin Williams to return -
""Mrs. Doubtfire" is getting a sequel: After more than 20 years, Robin Williams will be dusting off the floral-print dress, silvery wig and latex mask. Fox 2000 is developing a follow-up to the 1993 comedy hit, with Williams and director Chris Columbus attached to return, according to the Hollywood Reporter. David Berenbaum, who wrote the Christmas comedy "Elf," will pen the new "Doubtfire" script." - Steve C from Bookmarklet
Ah, this is what the radio was talking about this morning. I heard Robin Williams, then spent 5 minutes telling my kids how hairy he was. - Anika
No. - Betty Write
holly #ravingfangirl
because it makes me smile, here's little(r) holly and her dog. #tbt
because it makes me smile, here's little(r) holly and her dog. #tbt
clearly, i've been a bit of a pill since a young age. ;) - holly #ravingfangirl
omg! - Derrick
that makes the whole world smile - Steve C
Is your dog giving you the side-eye??? :^) - Friar Will
NO HE IS NOT. that's how bulldogs always look. ;) - holly #ravingfangirl
I am sure it is. :^p - Friar Will
Shannon - GlassMistress
FB chat message "Hello pretty, I am Prince Alberto from Australia i am marine engineer i saw your profile now and decided to leave you a message,i have a friendly feelings which show sincerity,would love to know more about you,wait to hear from you soon thanks." RIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGHT
You better jump on that! - Yvonne from FFHound!
He wants to buy some of your artwork. No? - Joe - Systems Analyst
Definitely follow up. You could end up joining the Australian royal family! - Steel Penguin Slippy
I'd check with Melly. She might be able to vouch for the guy ;-) - Heleninstitches
Is Prince Alberto in a can? - Steven Perez from Android
Yeah ... I'll get right on that. - Shannon - GlassMistress
Australian royalty can't be beat - Steve C
And his Australian English is impeccable! - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Totally legit, this. - Uli
friendly feelings! - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
holly #ravingfangirl
following the internet's advice on how to break in/soften some leather ballet flats. what's the worst that could happen?
brokten sleather ballflets? - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Only for Fluevogs would I go to this much effort. - holly #ravingfangirl
mineral oil works well on baseball mitts - that's all i got - Steve C
that is on the possible list as well. - holly #ravingfangirl
ooh, they seem better. i will test them out some more tomorrow. stupid pokey achilles tendon. - holly #ravingfangirl
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Can I get one of those little tubes with the bubble inside that lets you know you're straight for my camera?
I can tape a mini-level to your camera. - Steven Perez from Android
I'm sure there's an accessory for that. Or you could get a small level and align it with whatever edge of the camera is the straightest (if the camera is on a tripod). I use a gridline display and try to align one of the gridlines with a straight line in the photo. - John (bird whisperer)
You could get a camera app with self-levelling crosshairs, and use it to train your eye, so to speak. Actually, you can probably get a small spirit level with some kind of audio signal to let you know it's sitting true, or an app on your android/idevice to do the same. - Steel Penguin Slippy
Yep there are lots of hot shoe devices just look up spirit level for camera or camera level on amazon. - Steve C
Steve, yup, that's exactly what I found on Amazon! Some of those are pretty cool actually. :) My tripod has levels built-in but I don't walk around/use it frequently. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
My Android phone has a level app. - Betsy
Yup, I've used the iPhone one. Works well. - Ken Morley
Um. Why not use the grid in camera? - Lnorigb from FFHound!
Because it's clearly not enough for me. Get it? Clearly? Because I use contacts to see as I'm nearsighted and light-sensitive. Contacts don't help with light sensitivity though. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Trick for cutting cherry tomatoes
Never would've thought of that. Of course, with my luck, I'd just push them all out. - Anika
Yeah I don't know if any of my knives are sharp enough to slice em all - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Interesting. I never thought of that. - John (bird whisperer)
Ditto john, although i'm rarely cutting that many tomatoes - Steve C
Weirdly, I'm too lazy to ever try this. I still just cut my bitty tomatoes one at a time. :) I also don't think I've ever cut more than a dozen cherry tomatoes at any one time. - Hookuh Tinypants
I've made salads & casseroles that used hella lil tomatoes, & I have no knife skills so prep often pisses me off, lol. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
It'd be fun to show off when you're helping fix a family meal. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Hell yes. I'm all about party tricks. :D - Hookuh Tinypants
I don't think my knives have ever been sharp enough to do that. I keep forgetting to catch the knife sharpening guy at the farmer's market. - Betsy
Some hardware stored have a person that does sharpening. The ACE Chris's dad works at has an outside guy that comes in weekly to pick up and drop off. - Heather, 30k Camper
How to sharpen your knife with a cup: - Ken Morley
When I worked at the college bookstore, back when it was an independent store, they had a group of guys who came in every April to sharpen knives, and people knew this and would bring lots of them. - Betsy
Steve C
Missing Nebraska Toddler Found Safe in Claw Machine - NBC -
Missing Nebraska Toddler Found Safe in Claw Machine - NBC
A 3-year-old boy feared missing by his mother was found safe and sound inside an arcade claw machine in Nebraska on Tuesday. Police were called to a home in Lincoln, Neb., on a report of a missing child, according to NBC affiliate WOWT. At the same time, employees at nearby Madsen's Bowling and Billiards found the missing child playing with toys inside their claw machine, where he became stuck after apparently crawling inside. The boy's mother told police she was in the bathroom and that the boy must have slipped out of an unlocked apartment door. The boy was freed from the claw machine without injury and reunited with his mother. - Steve C from Bookmarklet
but it took 5 hours and $300 in tokens to fish him out. - Greg GuitarBuster
^ ha! - joey
:-D - Anne Bouey
i hope that kid got to keep something from inside the machine. - Big Joe Silence
I could swear I've seen this happen in a movie before. - Spidra Webster
i always do. - Big Joe Silence
hmm, searching Google, I can find videos of children stuck in claw machines from 2013, 2010, ... - Greg GuitarBuster
Yeah, this isn't a common occurrence but it's certainly not rare either. I think I see a story like this pop up at least once a year. - Hookuh Tinypants
It worked for Woody and Buzz. - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
During my visit to my parent's house last night, conversation worked its way to old stories about when we kids were little. (This always happens.) Two stories about me ALWAYS come up. I've heard each hundreds of times. They always involve me wandering off when I'm only two or three years old, and a frantic search ensues...
Invariably these incidents occurred when my father was responsible for us while my mother was at work. They were both very young (father in his mid-20's, mother early 20's.) They all take place in the 1956 - 1958 timeframe. My father would get absorbed in some project and think I was safely and contentedly playing in the yard. This was a ruse on my part. On one occasion I decided to walk to the grocery store on my own. The store was about 5 blocks away, and most of that was along busy U.S. highway 10 as it passed through town. (Highway 10 continued all the way to Washington State, btw. I never ventured that far.) I went in to look at the cowboy hats, toy guns and holsters they had on display. I had no money, and barely any concept of it, so I really wasn't a threat. Anyway, eventually the entire neighborhood was enlisted into the search, my father meanwhile frantic in the thought that some random car stopped and picked me up for a cross-country adventure. Eventually a neighbor found me wandering out of the store, still dreaming of the day I would own one of those cool cowboy items. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Somewhat later, the frantic wandering and ensuing search still fresh in my father's mind, he was working in the garage and thought I was playing the house right next to the garage. A short time later he came in to check on me, and I was nowhere to be found. Full neighborhood search force was called into action almost immediately. No sign of me at the grocery store, nor anywhere in... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
And another one comes to mind... also on a hot summer day. Same setup: father absorbed in a project in the garage, me playing contentedly in the yard next to the garage... and then I'm nowhere to be found. Same ensuing chaos... neighbors, relatives, random acquaintances all enlisted in the search. I, in my childish way of thinking, had decided to seek refuge from the heat by climbing... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
I'm not sure what the takeaway of these stories might be. Perhaps that my father shouldn't have attempted such absorbing projects when responsible for watching his chidren. Perhaps that I was a trouble-maker even then. All I know is that I somehow survived and, for awhile, thrived. Who knows what bearing this had on my current health issues, though I doubt it played much of a role.... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Ahh good stories - Steve C
I have a similar story - also under the care of my Dad - when my cousin and I decided to hop a cab and head to the grocery store while he was sleeping by the pool. We were 14 and were in Cancun Mexico at the time, so when Mom and my aunt got home and found us gone and Dad couldn't tell her where we'd gone, the proverbial shit hit the proverbial fan. Dad was in so much trouble. So were we, actually... - WebGoddess
Dads make such good fall guys, though. Blame it on Dad! - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
I hadn't seen Steve's post ( ) before writing and posting these, but I consider myself and my family very fortunate that claw machines did not exist in this era. (Not in our vicinity, at least.) - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Mark, now you would be setting cell-phone Amber alerts with your naughty behavior! - Janet
Instead of a boxcar child I'd be a milkbox child, many times over. Thankfully I moved on from disappearing to my somewhat famous "pyro" phase. Surprisingly, some of those tales are yet to be told, because the perpetrator was never identified. ;) (Though I'm sure my father had/has his suspicions.) - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Steve C
Maya Rudolph's variety show: Guest list, air date revealed - -
Maya Rudolph's variety show: Guest list, air date revealed -
"(EW) -- Maya Rudolph will make her return to NBC next month with some song and sketch — not to mention, a little help from her famous friends. The network has slated her variety show special, titled "The Maya Rudolph Show," to air on May 19 at 10 p.m. Tina Fey and Robert Carlock on '30 Rock' finale The "Saturday Night Live" vet — who recently starred in another Peacock comedy series, "Up All Night" — will be joined by Kristen Bell, Andy Samberg, Fred Armisen, Craig Robinson, Sean Hayes and Chris Parnell." - Steve C from Bookmarklet
Steve C
'Kill switch' will come to U.S. phones in 2015 - -
'Kill switch' will come to U.S. phones in 2015 -
"The "kill switch," a system for remotely disabling smartphones and wiping their data, will become standard in 2015, according to a pledge backed by most of the mobile world's major players. Apple, Google, Samsung and Microsoft, along with the five biggest cellular carriers in the United States, are among those that have signed on to a voluntary program announced Tuesday by the industry's largest trade group. All smartphones manufactured for sale in the United States after July 2015 must have the technology, according to the program from CTIA-The Wireless Association. Advocates say the feature would deter thieves from taking mobile devices by rendering phones useless while allowing people to protect personal information if their phone is lost or stolen. Its proponents include law enforcement officials concerned about the rising problem of smartphone theft." - Steve C from Bookmarklet
Swine Flu Is Jumping Into More Species Than Ever -
Swine Flu Is Jumping Into More Species Than Ever
"Remember the H1N1 flu that spread across the planet in 2009? It was the same flu strain that was predominant during this winter's flu season. Now it's turned up in sea otters living off the coast of Washington state, and researchers don't know how it got there." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
:( - Jenny H.
sad. and to make it worse some otter somewhere got molested by a pig. - Steve C
Watching last night's 30 for 30.
Without question, the most important 30 for 30 film. - Julian
Um, well... I would say the Two Escobars might be more important but of course, neither is actually a 30 for 30 film. - kendrak
Is that the soccer stampede? - Eric - Watch Me Now
The Two Escobars was so good. - Rodfather
What was last nights 30 for 30, I haven't seen a bad one yet - great series. - Steve C
Soup in a TARDIS
Oh man, look what we got for tomorrow's Doctor Who Day at MPOW!
Show all
"You needed something built?" "Yeah. See that little blue box? Build me one just like it, but big enough for people." - Betsy
Tomorrow is going to be brilliant! - Soup in a TARDIS
Best. Workplace. EVER. - Soup in a TARDIS
Dang and i was happy we got milky way dark's in the vending machine. - Steve C
LOL, Steve. - Jenny H. from Android
Will this one also be bigger on the inside? - Uli
Why didn't anyone tell me TNT has a new series based on The Last Ship?!
The show is about a pandemic instead of a Soviet nuclear strike, of course. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
did that start already i saw commercials a long way back - Steve C
It's set to premiere in June. Just saw a promo for the first time during the Clippers/Nuggets game. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
gracias - Steve C
I had a contractor friend give me a rough estimate of what it would cost today to take care of ALL of the major projects/renovations/replacements that I have on my list. I knew it would be totally unrealistic for my budget right now, but it was actually less than I expected. So i guess this is good news?
To replace the roof, soffits, fascia and gutters, ALL of the windows (except the bay window in the kitchen dining nook which was added after initial construction and actually DOES insulate somewhat) would run about $25K. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Adding an exterior stair off of the balcony deck to the back yard adds another $2600. And the last (and lowest priority) improvement would be to add maintenance free siding over the existing redwood, which is the stuff that gave me so much grief when I did last summer's painting project. That would bring the total to $36K. So, hey ol' FF buddies... ol' pals... I'll send you some naked pics for a $5K contribution! For $10K I'll send pics of someone else! For $20K I promise not to send any! ;-P - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Seriously, I was expecting the roof alone to cost $20K. I figured the windows would cost $10K or so, but that was for just the biggest ones. He's figuring in the french doors to the balcony, and all of the smaller windows in the lower level and the bathrooms. So that's a relief, in an odd way. Maybe if I can do it in stages over 10 years or so, it might be manageable. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
I remember hearing a financial advisor on WPR telling a prospective home buyer that he should expect to spend about 10% of the purchase price annually for maintenance and needed improvements. My jaw dropped, but now that doesn't seem so extreme. I guess I/we were fortunate in our previous homes, because we never came close to that ratio. On the otherhand, I could do a lot more of the regular maintenance myself, as well as some "special" projects. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
And just to be clear, I'm kidding (KIDDING!) about donations... too many people with real and urgent needs out there. (I would sell the naked pics, however.) - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
We put a lot of money (for us) into the house when we bought it. We couldn't afford to get the yard, kitchen, or master bath done. It'll be a while. :-/ - Yvonne from FFHound!
The windows will give you immediate return on heat/air conditioning. - Janet from FFHound!
Definitely, especially in another winter like we just had! (And are still having...) That would be my highest priority except that the roof will soon reach a point where I'll either have to go with stop gap repairs year after year, or get the whole thing done right and not have to deal with it anymore. (And probably not the next one or two owners after me.) But still, shelling out $300... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Seems exceptionally reasonable what type of roofing will it be and is it a re-shingle or complete tear down to frame? We're in the same boat I do most work but am now paying for major landscaping work. - Steve C
Oh, and a wood stove in the lower level. Which will will really help keep the bedroom areas of the house warmer at night. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
I know, it does seem reasonable, Steve. The roof is warranted for 30 years, and the shingles will be the "architectural style." He'll do a complete tear down and lay down the ice water barrier around the perimeter and the "valleys"... I was considering a metal roof, which carries a 50 year warranty, but I won't be around for most of that and I'm not sure the eventual buyer would view it... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Wow in that case that is a great deal! Roof alone down to tear down and replace is at least $15K - Steve C
The guy who is providing the estimate is trying to do a lot of projects this spring, summer and fall so that he can finish purchasing a piece of property up nort' and build himself a small cabin to serve as his abode in retirement. As such he's willing to offer better than normal pricing so he can get the amount of work he wants. He knows his stuff, but I do have to watch him a bit on... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Commenting on that "10% for maintenance..." Wow. If that was true around here, we'd move into a rental, since that would be considerably more than our total annual spending on *everything.* That is, house maintenance, food, utilities, clothing, entertainment...everything. - Walt Crawford
I'm glad I'm not the only one who balked at that number, Walt. In the three houses that I've previously owned, I'd say we spent 10% - 15% of the mortgage *payment* each month (on average). Many months it was much less, but then an occasional big item would need repair or replacement. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ from Android
Steve C
I am the one who rocks: Bryan Cranston helps teen land a prom date - -
"If terrifying chemistry-teacher-turned-meth-maker Walter White of "Breaking Bad" asks you to do something, you'd better give him the answer he wants. High-school student Stefan Montana of Los Gatos, Calif., nabbed actor Bryan Cranston, who played White, after seeing him in the Broadway show "All the Way" last Thursday, and enlisted him in a little project. "Maddie, if you don't go to the prom with Stefan, then maybe your best course of action would be to tread lightly," Cranston, in Walter White character, obligingly said into a camera. A nervous Montana followed up the celebrity cautionary remark by asking, "Maddie, will you go to prom with me?"" - Steve C from Bookmarklet
"The New York Daily News reported that Montana was in New York visiting colleges and got the idea for the question while watching Cranston's play. "(Cranston) really is the nicest guy in the world," Montana told the Daily News. "It really is true. He's not really a celebrity, he's a dude. He didn't have to help me out but it was pretty amazing."" - Steve C
He's awesome - Shevonne
Many years ago, Jeff Daniels was having dinner with friends at the Common Grill in Chelsea (Michigan; his home town). He noticed two girls who were treating themselves to a nice dinner before going date-less to the prom. He told them that, after he finished doing whatever he was doing with his friends, he would drop by the prom and be their date. And he did. And he was. - Betsy
That's very cool Betsy - Steve C
holly #ravingfangirl
Apparently - JAson FLeming from Android
as if - Steve C
whatevaaaaaaaaaaar! - Shannon - GlassMistress
Good lord. - Derrick
*whoosh* - Stephen Mack
So it would appear. - (Curtis/Alan) Jackson
Steve C
Poster Mocking Kim Jong Un's Hair Vexes North Korea Embassy - NBC -
"The manager of a hair salon in a London suburb was visited by unhappy North Korean officials after using a picture of autocratic leader Kim Jong Un's distinctive style to promote discounted cuts. “They took pictures and made notes outside,” Mo Nabbach, who runs the M&M hair Academy in South Ealing, told NBC News' U.K. news partner, ITV News." - Steve C from Bookmarklet
Anyone getting Glass?
nope. - imabonehead
I have a glass with lemonade in it. Does that count? - Amit Patel
does it come with Netscape? - Steve C
Hell to the no. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Waiting for the next version. - Todd Hoff
The library has one but I haven't tried it out. - Betsy
Kevin (aka ThreadKilla)
If 3D is failing on TVs, why in the world does anyone think it will succeed on phones?
Because it has been fairly successful on handheld gaming devices? Also, much lower entry point for cost. - Jennifer Dittrich
I'm still not sure why I even need 3D on a TV or phone. Isn't that what real life is for? - Hookuh Tinypants
What's this "real life" thing you speak of Hookuh? - Steve C
I'm...I'm not sure. I mean, it's something I read about once. Or maybe I saw something on History Channel? Anyway, it sounds amazing! - Hookuh Tinypants
Wait, the History Channel has shows about things other than Nazis and aliens? - Chris Topher
Sometimes... on occasion... I may use more words than necessary to express a thought or idea. Just thought I'd give you all a heads up on that.
Are you sure about that? - Kirsten
You keep using that word, I do not think it means what you think it means - Steve C
"Heads up"? "Necessary"? "Thought"? (I do get confused on the "thought" thing. Because I get confused when I "think." Or at least when I "think" I'm "thinking" or "thought" I was "thinking"...which, truthfully, I may not have been. So I guess I just convinced myself that you meant something "thinking." ... I rest my case. (And my keister, because I'm exhausted from all of that "thinking." - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Also, Kirsten, I thought I was sure, but now I just don't know... life is like that you know. You think you're on the right track and then *boom* something comes along to set your brain on another track. Like the time back in the late 70's when I was watching the UW homecoming game. The game was close, the victory on the line, and then *boom* the cheerleaders ran past me to perform on... more... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
:-D - Kirsten
How it Feels to Be an Engineer in the Corporate World - CollegeHumor Video -
How it Feels to Be an Engineer in the Corporate World - CollegeHumor Video
*dead* "We need you to draw seven red lines. All of them strictly perpendicular; some with green ink and some with transparent. Can you do that?" - ronin from Bookmarklet
So True! - Steve C
you just wanna slap the bastards - Eddy63
Other ways to read this feed:Feed readerFacebook