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Steve C Team Marina

Like a Ferrari that got porked by a luck dragon.
Delta baggage handler accused of smuggling guns - CNN.com - http://www.cnn.com/2014...
"Harvey used his security clearance to help provide guns to a passenger named Mark Quentin Henry after Henry cleared security. - Henry allegedly brought the firearms in his carry-on luggage on at least five flights from Atlanta to New York between May 1 and December 10. - During that time frame, Henry supplied 129 handguns and two assault rifles to co-conspirators in New York, the affidavit states. - One of those co-conspirators ended up selling the firearms to an undercover New York police officer. Henry was arrested in New York on December 10 after landing at JFK airport with 18 handguns in his bag -- seven of which were loaded, the affidavit says." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Rex Grossman Turns Down Offer from the Browns with Family in Town | Bleacher Report - http://bleacherreport.com/article...
Rex Grossman Turns Down Offer from the Browns with Family in Town | Bleacher Report
"With injuries to Johnny Manziel and Brian Hoyer, the quarterback situation is looking bleak in Cleveland. In need of a healthy arm, the Browns actually reached out to free-agent signal-caller Rex Grossman. Surprisingly, the 12-year journeyman turned down the offer with his family in town." "As a veteran with more than 10 years in the NFL, Grossman would have been due — at the minimum — one-seventeenth of $910,000 for his week of work. That's $53,529.41 by our count for less than a full week's work, really six days from today through Sunday." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Good for him. If he's in no need of extra money it's always fine to choose family first. - Steve C Team Marina
Amazon Media Room: Press Releases - http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix...
Amazon Media Room: Press Releases
"Starting December 24th and running until December 26th, Amazon Appstore will offer a number of paid apps and games for free, as part of the largest Free App of the Day bundle ever. The bundle includes apps and games from developers like Halfbrick Studios, Rovio Entertainment and Sega of America, which range in price from $0.99 to $64.99, all for free—saving customers up to $220." "Until December 25th, customers can get up to 50% off Holiday and Kids movies and TV shows. Top titles include; Dr. Seuss: How the Grinch Stole Christmas, White Christmas, Polar Express, Home Alone, A Charlie Brown Christmas, and Elf. Find out more at amazon.com/aiv/deals. " - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
50 people who turned 50 in 2014 - CNN.com - http://www.cnn.com/2014...
50 people who turned 50 in 2014 - CNN.com
Eddie turns 50 this week but he's still all mine Tamara - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Lenny Kravitz does not even look 40. - Julian
Steve, why don't we let the kids duke it out for us to see who gets him. :-P - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
Craig Ferguson, keeping late night off balance - CNN.com - http://www.cnn.com/2014...
Craig Ferguson, keeping late night off balance - CNN.com
"Perhaps there are still some people asking, "Craig Ferguson who?" Too bad. They've been missing something special. The "Late Late Show" host shuffles off the stage Friday having hosted an eccentric decade of shows, a program that was often under the radar but always quietly, distinctively ... Craig Ferguson" - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Didn't realize his last show is tonight :( i knew he was leaving and all - Steve C Team Marina
Leno as final guest, tho?? - Big Joe Silence
finally gave Thompson some good screen time last night not playing Geoff or anyone else. - Big Joe Silence
Dang I'll have to find that online Joe thanks. - Steve C Team Marina
It's a bummer to me that he's moved on to game shows, but it was apparent to me some time ago that he'd become bored with running a talk show. - Spidra Webster
i hope he does something better than a game show in the near future. have you ever seen the archaeology documentary series he hosted in the early 90s called "Dirt Detective"? - Big Joe Silence
Yup. They were on YouTube for a while. - Spidra Webster
I had no idea he was leaving! That sucks. - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
Corden is taking over? Yech. - kendrak
I don't know who Corden is I'm afraid. - Steve C Team Marina
James Corden? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki... He's alright, but a little obvious with his humour for my tastes. - kendrak
If you watch Doctor Who, you've seen James Corden in The Lodger and in Closing Time. Stormageddon's dad. - bentley
He was a charming man when I met him. For the two seconds we shook hands backstage lol. I'll miss his show. Suited my tastes. - Brent Schaus
From a 1999 article about Craig Ferguson: "Last July, [Craig Ferguson, Nigel Wick on The Drew Carey Show,] tied the knot with American love Sascha, his girlfriend of three years. Their wedding was a blend of elements that reflected the couple's backgrounds. A female rabbi officiated at the Jewish ceremony, though the bride walked down the aisle to the sound of bagpipes. And while Sascha... more... - bentley
Stormageddon's dad!! - Amit Patel
so Secretariat takes off its head and it's Bob Newhart. Geoff turns into the kitten from the "What did we learn on the show tonight" spot and then Craig wakes up in bed as his character from The Drew Carey Show next to Drew and then things get weird... Drew Carey looked nothing like Suzanne Pleshette, tho. - Big Joe Silence
Given the Hollywood Reporter tweet I just saw, it sounds like you're not far wrong. - Spidra Webster
i watched it, this is as it went down. i left out some of the good bits. - Big Joe Silence
I never did get down there to be in the audience. When I didn't own a car, their banning of backpacks (my purse is a backpack) made it impossible for me to do. When I finally got a car I was in school and it just wasn't as easy to do. I regret it. - Spidra Webster
he might guest host on Late Late Show at some point. and he's as much as said he'll likely do a similar format show again, just not on CBS. - Big Joe Silence
Yeah, but if I'd done it I could've gone when there was still a small intimate studio audience. :) - Spidra Webster
I wonder if any of his future work will be with "World Wide Pants?" That's Letterman's production company who owned]/owns Late Late Show. - WarLord
Over Half of Dr. Oz’s Advice Is Unfounded: Study - http://www.msn.com/en-us...
Over Half of Dr. Oz’s Advice Is Unfounded: Study
"“One out of three recommendations from The Dr. Oz Show has believable evidence, and about half of the recommendations on The Doctors has believable evidence,” Mike Allan, another Alberta medical professor and co-author of the study, said in a statement. Of the health recommendations that appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, researchers found evidence to support 46 percent, meaning that 46 percent of the time the show gave solid advice. But 15 percent of the time, the advice directly contradicted best available evidence. A whopping 39 percent of the time, the researchers found no evidence to support the advice." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
That's lower than I expected. Everything I've seen people post on social media from this dude is 100% hogwash. Him, Dr. Gupta, Dr. Phil....TV doctors are all frauds. - Anika
^^ - Janet
Minor league hockey team to wear Star Wars jerseys | NHL | Sporting News - http://www.sportingnews.com/nhl...
Minor league hockey team to wear Star Wars jerseys | NHL | Sporting News
"When the Independence-based Missouri Mavericks take to the ice on Friday against the Brampton Beast, they'll have a new set of threads to display to go along with Star Wars Night." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Parental units: All babies are different and there's no one magic solution but did you have any success with any kind of sleep training and if so at what age?
We're down to 1.5 hours of continuous sleep before waking up - he's 6 months. Wife has taken chemical warfare off the table. - Steve C Team Marina
Ferber method, around 5 months for my 2nd and a year for my first kid. Worked for me, generally, but I'm not dogmatic about it. - Stephen Mack
crying it out was becoming a disaster for all of us, including our (first) baby. my inlaws were recommending a baby bottle full of red wine. we went with co-sleeping instead. we all slept great then. both our kids decided to sleep without us by roughly age 18 months. - Big Joe Silence
Thanks for inputs Stephen and Joe - Steve C Team Marina
Everything was going fine for us until a couple weeks ago when teething started. (5 months) Those teeth have pushed through but the sleep pattern is a disaster now. Coupled with not wanting to take a bottle or any interest in food yet, this is destroying my wife. We have not yet taken chemical warfare off the table yet. So what I'm saying is, "I hear you, and I'm following this thread for ideas." - Brian Johns
If it makes you feel better the teething/6 month sleep regression doesn't last forever, or no kid would make it to 7 mo. We were a cosleeping family (because I could feed in my sleep), but many many of our friends were not. As our moms group leader said, "Do whatever gets everyone the most sleep." Good luck! - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
My mum says at 6mo the best shot at sleep training is keeping to a very consistent schedule. Bedtime at a specific time, wake up too. Naps can be harder for this. If he takes a long time to get down try putting him to bed earlier (this is more for your sanity than his comfort). - Soup in a TARDIS
Well we're consistent with bedtime and wakeup it's that whole time in between he doesn't understand so far Soup. :) - Steve C Team Marina
Indeed. - Brian Johns
Keep in mind, both me and Adrian worked at home, so a disruption in our sleep wasn't disastrous. We did CIO, but we also didn't put the kids to bed until about 10pm. They both slept through the night at 4/5 mos. teething wasn't an issue for us, but around 8 - 10 mos. neither of them wanted to sleep, just play. We put them in bed with me. - Anika
I'm exactly where Brian is at. We were golden until teething happened. :/ - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
THe sleep regressions seem to last a lot longer than they really are...at least in our experience. We did the cereal in the bottle at bedtime thing and that seemed to help her sleep longer stretches. Teething hit and it was Hell, but Tylenol, not Motrin, did the trick. It seems to soothe her pain and she falls to sleep for the whole night. Possibly gets up for a 4am snack. Recently,... more... - Mary Carmen
Mine is 28 years old and still doesn't sleep at night. - April Russo
Mysterious ice pancakes appear on Scottish river - CNN.com - http://www.cnn.com/2014...
Mysterious ice pancakes appear on Scottish river - CNN.com
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"Ice pancakes. These strange frozen saucers were found during a recent cold snap near the River Dee -- a salmon-filled waterway that passes by the British Queen's summer residence, Balmoral Castle, before heading eastwards to the coastal city of Aberdeen. River Dee Trust biologist Jamie Urquhart made the discovery and took the photos at Lummels Pool, Birse -- several miles downstream of Balmoral. The trust said it was initially unsure what caused the pancakes, but supects they're caused by a rare phenomenon in which foam freezes in a swirling eddy." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
'Clifford the Big Red Dog' creator Norman Bridwell has died - LA Times - http://www.latimes.com/books...
'Clifford the Big Red Dog' creator Norman Bridwell has died - LA Times
"Norman Bridwell, creator of the "Clifford the Big Red Dog" children's books, died Friday in Martha's Vineyard, Mass., his publisher Scholastic announced. Bridwell was 86."“He’s red and he’s warm. Clifford does what you’d like to do but can’t," Bridwell said of his famous character. "Because Clifford is so big and also because he’s a dog, he’s able to do the most unbelievable and imaginative things.”The first Clifford book was published in 1963. All told, there are more than 129 million copies of the many Clifford books in print in 13 languages. The character was also been the basis of an Emmy-award winning animated television show on PBS. - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
:-( - Galadriel C. from Android
Congress quietly ends federal government's ban on medical marijuana - LA Times - http://www.latimes.com/nation...
Congress quietly ends federal government's ban on medical marijuana - LA Times
"Under the provision, states where medical pot is legal would no longer need to worry about federal drug agents raiding retail operations. Agents would be prohibited from doing so. The Obama administration has largely followed that rule since last year as a matter of policy. But the measure approved as part of the spending bill, which President Obama plans to sign this week, will codify it as a matter of law." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
What players led the Oakland Athletics in home runs last season?
Josh Donaldson (29), traded to the Toronto Blue Jays; Brandon Moss (25), traded to the Indians; Yoenis Cespedes (17), traded last summer to the Red Sox and last week to the Tigers. - Steve C Team Marina
via LA Times - Steve C Team Marina
What are the owners trying to do with the salary dumps? - Rodfather
Make more money for themselves. To compete in the west shouldn't take much everyone else has gone backwards too. - Steve C Team Marina
We see what you did there and we are not amused. :)
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In my defense, I was hungry. - Steven Perez from Android
You're failing at tummy time, Steve. - Kristin
I can't do tummy time till I lose my pregnancy belly Kristin. It's only been 6 months, back off I'm not a supermodel! - Steve C Team Marina
^hahahaha. - Jenica
Did European scientists find dark-matter signal buried in X-rays? - LA Times - http://www.latimes.com/science...
Did European scientists find dark-matter signal buried in X-rays? - LA Times
"Scientists say they may have discovered a possible dark matter signal coded in the X-rays emanating from two bright objects in the sky. The findings, set to be published next week in Physical Review Letters, could offer tangible evidence for the existence of dark matter -- and help researchers build new tools to search for and study this mysterious stuff." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
More importantly did we build a satellite shaped like a penis? - Steve C Team Marina
Amazon.com: fire tv stick - http://www.amazon.com/s...
Amazon.com: fire tv stick
Well we have received and can report back on the Amazon Fire TV stick and the word of the day is awesome. Still cleaning up the curtains from being unable to contain excitement. Basically you plug in the usb to your tv and power outlet and you have all of amazon's media library at your fingertips."Your partner in Prime—Enjoy unlimited access to more than 40,000 movies and TV episodes with Prime Instant Video, including The HBO Collection, and original shows like Transparent and Alpha House, plus new Prime Music Instant streaming with ASAP—No more waiting for your movies and shows to buffer—ASAP learns what movies and shows you like so they start instantly Dedicated remote and app for easy use—With the Amazon Fire TV Remote that comes in the box or the free app on your Android device (iOS coming soon), you have all the controls you need to easily search, navigate, and play games" - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
We dont have netflix or anything like that so can't tell if it's a duplicate or replaces that but basically everything on amazon prime (if you have prime) is available straight to your tv including your music and apps and stuff. Without prime you still get it all just fewer movies. - Steve C Team Marina
I think they threw the "TV" in the middle of the name so people wouldn't relate it to VD. Didn't work. - Kristin from iPhone
It's not a duplicate. I have Netflix & Hulu, they all offer different things, so having the apps on the Stick are good. My kids like watching on Prime, but their selection is crap for my tastes. It's a good doohickey. Did you pair it with a mobile device? That's pretty cool, but the app for the device is stupid. - Anika
When does the parenting thing from move from thoroughly exhausting into any other phase? When they leave for college?
Not sure. I have one in his second year of college and it hasn't gotten any less exhausting yet. It's a different kind of exhausting, but exhausting nonetheless. - WebGoddess
Death? - Soup in a TARDIS
Why do people have these things again then? - Steve C Team Marina
So they'll have someone to empty the dishwasher? (This is what my dad always claimed :P ) - Soup in a TARDIS
When you are pushing up daises - Valz 4 TEAMMARINA
All joking aside, I think every month gets slightly less exhausting (sleep regressions & teething excluded). YMMV - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
9 months was pretty awesome until we stopped sleeping because teething. - Jenica from iPhone
14 is ok. But we only have one. I had to ask him to clean out the dishwasher. Again. - Joe
Dang Jenica you got to 9 months pre teething, We hit that at 5 months and sleep now down to 1.5 hours at a time. His first two teeth are in looks like two more locked and loaded for arrival. - Steve C Team Marina
After 3 years old I think. They can express themselves fairly well then and they want to help out (at least until the teen years). I'm still tired a lot: driving, homework, drama, etc. But it's a good tired. I like being a dad. Edit: As to "why"? *shrug* The best explanation I ever heard was, "It's in the blood." Biological/evolutionary imperative I guess. - MoTO: #TeamMarina
There's a period of time in the early teen years where all they do is sleep. That's a nice phase. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
I found I had a lot more free time when they learned to drive. - Ken Morley
^^This. Too bad I spent it worrying about all the other idiots in cars out there, just driving around until they crossed paths with my kid. Fortunately, this never actually happened and he's yet to get in a wreck. **knock on wood** - WebGoddess
^^ I was more worried about the other drivers. ;) - Ken Morley
We were doing so well until teething started a week ago. Now we're in the phase where she doesn't sleep for more than an hour at a time and that's pretty hellacious. - Brian Johns
There is a bubble between ~12 and the midpoint of high school (US version). They start to get more human after that as the various parts of their brains finish wiring up. observation: Helicopter parenting extends the bubble significantly.Facing and overcoming responsibilities on their own (with overt support and maybe a bit of help from behind the curtain) in high school will significantly ease things. - Technodad
The 14 yo i mentioned starts driving lessons this spring. I certainly hope his attention span changes once he starts driving. - Joe
Nightengale: Matt Kemp gone, but Dodgers still on the move - http://www.msn.com/en-us...
Nightengale: Matt Kemp gone, but Dodgers still on the move
"The Dodgers traded 12 players during the day, revamped their infield, spent $48 million on a free-agent pitcher, and early Thursday morning, one official with direct knowledge said, were on the verge of a blockbuster:" - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Kemp gone, Rollins and Kendrick at the middle infield spots. It's bizarro Dodgers week. - Steve C Team Marina
I'm sad to see Rollins go, but the Phillies really need some younger talent if they're going to compete anytime soon. - John (bird whisperer)
Good God those Hobbit movies are still going? I thought that stuff was done a few years ago. I saw part of one on TV a long time ago but lost interest quickly as nothing seemed to be getting anywhere.
SteVe, yes, they must still escape from the Pit of Golgorroth and bring the ring to the Valley of the Master Forgers in Breeland before Sarugon summons the Balgag to rain destruction on the veiled city of Minith Tirash. Larry Freeman is very good in this. Plus the dragon Schmaaaaawwwwg is leading the five armies (consisting of Wargs, Hobknobs, South Hadarites, Hadoop Masters and... more... - Stephen Mack
I detect sarcasm... - MoTO: #TeamMarina
The moment they announced they were taking what I consider to be a relatively short book and stretching the fuck out of it to make a bajillion films, I knew we were in trouble. I can't even with the Hobbit films. I just can't. - Hookuh Tinypants
If PJ somehow ever gets the IP rights to The Sil (which won't be any time soon because most of the current stakeholders of the Tolkien Estate totally hate what he's done) there will be movies long after my corpse has crumbled entirely to dust. - Victor Ganata
New from Peter Jackson, the completely original seven-part movie series THE SCHMILMARILLION! - Andrew C (✔)
*cries* - Hookuh Tinypants
The Sil would *easily* be a 21-part saga at the bare minimum. It would rival the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Each son of Fëanor would get a trilogy. - Victor Ganata
No, this is the Schmilmarillion. Totally different. - Andrew C (✔)
So, 42-part saga? They squeezed four movies out of *The Hobbit* after all. - Victor Ganata
Bariatric surgery in a pill takes a step forward - LA Times - http://www.latimes.com/science...
Bariatric surgery in a pill takes a step forward - LA Times
"It's more of a glimmer of hope on the horizon than it is an actual drug right now. But an Indiana University lab has synthesized and fused a trio of gut hormones into a single agent and shown that obese rodents treated with the resulting molecule experience dramatic weight loss and a reversal of obesity-related ills such as Type 2 diabetes and fatty liver disease. Reporting their latest findings this week in the journal Nature Medicine, the authors of the new study described a cascade of synergistic effects in lab animals in response to the three-hormone agent the researchers devised. The researchers likened the results in lab animals to the subtle and far-reaching changes brought about in human patients following bariatric surgery, who not only experience weight loss in response to gastric bypass surgery, but often an abrupt reversal of Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, inflammation and worrisome cholesterol readings." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
I'll be dead by the time this comes out - "They engineered a single new peptide by integrating three gastrointestinal hormones at the molecular level (glucagon-like peptide-1, glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide, and glucagon receptors). Those act on three key hormone receptors that govern metabolism and digestion, nudging them to work cooperatively to support weight loss, enhance glycemic control and reverse the accumulation of damaging fat in the liver." - Todd Hoff
Deal reached to allow pension plans to cut benefits - http://www.msn.com/en-us...
Deal reached to allow pension plans to cut benefits
"A bipartisan group of congressional leaders reached a deal Tuesday evening that would for the first time allow the benefits of current retirees to be severely cut, part of an effort to save some of the nation’s most distressed pension plans. The measure, attached to a massive $1.01 trillion spending bill, would alter 40 years of federal law and could affect millions of workers, many of them part of a shrinking corps of middle-income employees in businesses such as trucking, construction and supermarkets." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
:( - Janet from FFHound!
So many retirees are going to be hurt by this. - John (bird whisperer)
o_O - Steven Perez
I never thought it would happen. - Eric - ill subliminal
I bet it doesn't affect congressional pensions. Not the staff, the congresspeople themselves. - bentley
For the moment it is directed at trucking, construction and supermarkets within 3 years it will be everyone as precedent has been set. - Steve C Team Marina
This crap really pisses me off. Doesn't sound like there was much representation from pensioners in this 'deal'. I'm not that familiar with multiemployer pension plans, but their operation isn't that different from single employer plans. Why have pensions plans been allowed to partially fund (underfund) pensions for years? Plans don't just sit on a pile of money, they invest it. Where is the accountability by plan administrators for plan (mis)management. - Greg GuitarBuster
I'm glad that I took the pension buyout from one of my previous employers. I wasn't there for 30 years and my pension wouldn't have been too much, but taking the lump sum seems much more secure. - Greg GuitarBuster
This billionaire just paid $4 million for a Nobel Medal only to give it back - http://www.msn.com/en-us...
"One of the richest men in Russia, Alisher Usmanov, has come forward as the anonymous buyer of James Watson's Nobel medal, which was sold for more than $4 million at an auction at Christie's in New York last week. Usmanov, who is worth an estimated $15.9 billion, has now revealed he will return the piece to Watson who shared the 1962 Nobel prize in medicine for discovering the structure of DNA, alongside Francis Crick and Maurice Wilkins." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
After traveling 3 straight weeks for work i'm taking tomorrow off. You know what that means. Say it with me: red wine and puffy cheetos tonight!
Style: You have it in buckets. Buckets of wine, and buckets of cheesy puffs! - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Please to be publishing photo of your purple and orange stained lips. - Spidra Webster
class all the way - MoTO: #TeamMarina
No M&Ms? I'm disappointed in you, Steve. - Tamara J. B.
An end to the battle for the armrest? - CNN.com - http://www.cnn.com/2014...
An end to the battle for the armrest? - CNN.com
"Could this device finally bring a peaceful end to the great arms race in the sky? That's what the makers of Soarigami, a plastic divider that allows air passengers to comfortably share an armrest, are claiming. The device, to go on sale for about $30 in early 2015, balances atop the existing armrest to create an extended leaning platform that prevents the horrors of actual physical contact." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
But why does it look like an airmail envelope? - Soup in a TARDIS
Completely useless when the person sitting in the next seat has their entire body/torso overhanging the armrest. :/ - Ken Gidley
Gotta say SFO's new Terminal 2 (American, Virgin America) might be best terminal in US now after the upgrades rest of the airport still blows. :) Lots of space, lots of light, lots of good unique food.
is it unique good food? or just good unique? - Sir Shuping is just sir
I love that terminal. Also, Virgin is the best airline! - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
The Virgin international terminal at JFK has two Shake Shacks. It's insane. - Meg VMeg
I'll be there tomorrow morning! - Laura Norvig from iPhone
Here I am. Napa Farms Market. I want to eat all the things. - Laura Norvig from iPhone
Funny story. I was so engrossed in Soda Crush Saga I didn't notice my driver was taking me to San Jose airport. - Laura Norvig from iPhone
Oh god, I was annoyed by the food in the American terminal at SFO. Sometimes a person just wants something basic. Took way too much energy and effort to find basic food that wouldn't cost me an arm and a leg. I was much happier with the other end of the flight - the American terminal at O'Hare. Now that place is awesome. :D - Hookuh Tinypants
Next time I want to try Cat Cora's Kitchen - forgot that was there. - Laura Norvig
Hmm Hookuh I am like you in searching for basic I can't eat most fancy food and don't like the rest but I had ample choices when looking around and the tacos at Andeleje (sp?) ended up being perfect under ten bucks for a meal and best tacos i've had in a while. But it's very subjective I know. :) - Steve C Team Marina
I'm hanging at the airport with you next time! - Hookuh Tinypants
'10 Things I Hate About You' star starts new religion - CNN.com - http://www.cnn.com/2014...
'10 Things I Hate About You' star starts new religion - CNN.com
"As Joey Donner in the 1999 film "10 Things I Hate About You," Andrew Keegan attracted his fare share of fans. Now, he's attracting converts. According to Vice, the actor has started a new age temple and spiritual movement in Venice, California. Full Circle is described as "advanced spiritualism." "Synchronicity. Time. That's what it's all about," Keegan told Vice. "Whatever, the past, some other time. It's a circle; in the center is now. That's what it's about."" - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Mkay! - Jenny H. from Android
CNN really put "fare share"? (I see it is corrected when I click through.) - Stephen Mack
At least they're not a cult. - Eivind from Android
It’s official: America is now No. 2 - http://www.msn.com/en-us...
It’s official: America is now No. 2
"Hang on to your hats, America. And throw away that big, fat styrofoam finger while you’re about it. There’s no easy way to say this, so I’ll just say it. We’re no longer No. 1. Today we’re No. 2. Yes, it’s official. The Chinese economy just overtook the United States economy to become the largest in the world. For the first time since Ulysses S. Grant was president, America is no longer the leading economic power on the planet." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Perhaps now we can stop pretending we are better than everyone else and actually take care of our own shit now (unlikely). - Michael W. May
++MWM - Jenny H. from Android
This is a Canadian Beer commercial! and it is Great! - http://videos2view.net/stronge...
"This is a Canadian Beer commercial.. music and words all CANADIAN. Lyrics are great.. turn up the volume and enjoy it. 2014 Juno Award Nominee "Breakthrough Artist of the Year" and "Country Album of the Year"" - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Shoppers, scientists flock to Little Saigon seller of duck eggs - LA Times - http://www.latimes.com/local...
Shoppers, scientists flock to Little Saigon seller of duck eggs - LA Times
"The duck embryos — hot vit lon in Vietnam, balut in the Philippines — arrive three times a week from Dam's duck farm in Ramona and are carefully matured in one of 30 incubators at his Westminster shop before being plunged in boiling water. He sells half a million of the delicacies each month — a quick snack for some, bar food for others and a go-to housewarming gift for many." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
London approves $275 million Garden Bridge - CNN.com - http://www.cnn.com/2014...
London approves $275 million Garden Bridge - CNN.com
London approves $275 million Garden Bridge - CNN.com
London is one step closer to one of its most ambitious landmarks yet. City authorities have approved the construction of a $275-million plant-covered Garden Bridge across the Thames River (From South Bank to Temple stations), complete with '"Titanic"-inspired viewing points. The Westminster City Council voted 3-to-1 to grant planning permission, giving the project the final OK it required to move forward. - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Legendary Japanese Wagyu Beef Available at Costco… for $1,200 - http://www.msn.com/en-us...
Legendary Japanese Wagyu Beef Available at Costco… for $1,200
"Wagyu, the rare and incomparable beef from several breeds of Japanese cattle that produce high-quality, intensely marbled meat, is now available to Costco members at a steep price. For $109.09 per pound, Japanese Wagyu Boneless Ribeye Roast is available while supplies last."You must, however, purchase a minimum of 11 pounds, which brings your total to $1,199.99 — a $300 discount from the full price of $1,499.99. Hurry, though; the deal is only good until December 21. And if you're not in the mood for a roast, you can buy a four-pack of Wagyu New York Strip Steaks for the same price. - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
"You must, however, purchase a minimum of 11 pounds" is SO Costco. - Steele Lawman
I could do this if I didn't pay my mortgage. Might be worth it. - Eric - ill subliminal
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