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Today, it is going to be difficult to not say, "I don't feel like it." Then again, that is every single day for me.
OK. Now I am getting to know the characters' names.
For example, this ongoing thing between Ashley and Andrew. - Julian
What It’s Like To Be An Outsider -- http://www.youtube.com/watch...
What It’s Like To Be An Outsider -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9l0XWGEHv8
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I keep watching these BuzzFeed videos...
I like the ones where they try different foods. - Melly Claus #anticaper
I have always had an older mindset. http://www.youtube.com/watch...
I have always had an older mindset. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfBjwdsUJWc
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I think I might now be way too old for Tinder. That, and I do not actively (enough) use Facebook.
Bring on Friday.
Now that Friday is done... - Julian
This mumps thing has to stop.
Every 25-Year-Old In America Should See This Chart - Yahoo Finance - http://finance.yahoo.com/news...
Or, why I have already lost in life with no chance to catch up with the vast majority of my peers, who are "haves" by comparison. - Julian from Bookmarklet
Paying for one's twenties in one's forties is not a good way to be. - Julian
I'm totally screwed. I'm 35 and still haven't really invested anything (nor do I really have any room in my paycheck to do so). - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
What he said ^^^. Except change that number to 42. My investment/retirement planning so far just involves an inheritance and some serious hope... - WebGoddess
Better late than never. You can save some now, and 30-40 years of growth is still a good long time for it to grow. Sure, a million is good, but 250K in savings is better than 0. - Joe
In other words, don't worry about what you didn't do in the past, but you can start with saving 1% now, 2% next year, etc. Starting small is ok. - Joe
What Joe says. (OTOH, that chart seems to assume 8% annual returns over the long haul. Lots'o'luck with that...especially when you eventually do near retirement and are less willing to see your 401(k) go down by 50% in one bad year.) - Walt Crawford
All grievances are to be aired in just five days.
Line forms to the... right. - Julian
Non-dessert comfort foods that do not involve a significant amount of dairy. Go!
Meatloaf. Mashed potatoes and gravy - Christina Pikas from iPhone
Depends on how you define comfort. For me, cashews, almonds, navel oranges fit the bill. - Walt Crawford
Chicken soup. Beef stew. French onion soup (with or without the cheese.) Hot buttered toast. - Jennifer Dittrich
For me, shepherd's pie, beef stew, chili, pasta with meat sauce... - John Dupuis
Anything noodly. - Marie
Penne with chickpeas, spinach & tomatoes. Homemade tomato soup (only dairy is about 1 T of butter). PB & J on toast. Chips & homemade salsa. Pho. Vegetarian hot & sour soup. (If you want recipes for the penne, tomato soup, and/or salsa, DM me.) - Corinne L
And here, friends, is how we know that Walt does not hail from a cold climate. :) - laura x
Peanut butter and honey on toast. Chili and cornbread. Rotisserie chicken and roasted vegetables. - laura x
Vegan macaroni and cheese ;) Fries and gravy. Mashed potatoes. Soup. - joey
True enough, Laura. Mine were also "or a significant amount of effort." I'm lazy. - Walt Crawford
Fish and chips. Kimchi ramyon when my nose is stuffed up. ...I think everything else involves significant amounts of milk and/or cheese.... - Deborah Fitchett
Fried chicken. - Eric - ill subliminal
Baked potatoes (or any kind of potatoes, really). Not sure if the butter involved counts as "significant." ;-) - John (bird whisperer)
Ramen! - April Russo
Collards or other greens made with lots of pork. Or at least with smoked turkey parts. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Baked beans. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Cheezits (I don't think they really qualify as dairy) - April Russo
Linguini & white clam sauce - April Russo
Be bim bap and udon noodle soup from the local Korean place. At home: roast chicken with mashed potatoes and stuffing. - Elizabeth Brown
Whole roasted chicken over lots of veggies so the veggies have the roasted dipped in chicken fat taste. - Todd Hoff
Matzo ball soup. Latkes. It's possible to make non dairy kugel but I've never had it. (Happy Hanukkah!) - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
For my hubby, his diabetes comfort food is a veggie stir fry made with whatever leftover meat that's in the house, with lots of cabbage, zucchini, mushrooms, onions, peppers, tomatoes, lots of garlic, a little bit of carrot, olive oil, oregano, basil, and crushed red pepper flakes. - April Russo
The Simpsons turns 25 today. Finally, it can have cheaper auto insurance!
Alternatively... silver anniversary. - Julian
RPI, VBDI, and now BPI.
Finally got one of the CAH gifts.
Still waiting for my CAH gifts...
This, right here -- quite a masterpiece. http://www.youtube.com/watch...
This, right here -- quite a masterpiece. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0rQ_XSlc9g
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More Than a Feeling - Julian
Just had to bump this. - Julian
Still just the best cover ever. Four million views now! http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Still just the best cover ever. Four million views now! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLrC7e3vSv8
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YouTube suggested that I watch this again. Very glad that I did. - Julian
It is a great cover his voice is perfect for the song - Steve C Team Marina
This is my favorite cover of the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch... - Eric - ill subliminal
Eric, I am embarrassed at how hard I laughed at the last gag in that video. - Steele Lawman
He saw a manatee. - Eric - ill subliminal
Once you take over the world... then what?
Vacation! - Steve C Team Marina
OK... one more for now. Then, good night (day). http://www.youtube.com/watch...
OK... one more for now. Then, good night (day). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9iVG4kg0sg
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Still doing amazing covers at the pizza place. http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Still doing amazing covers at the pizza place. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_U9-JU-aNo
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Well... now, only once in a great while. - Julian
If I do not zip around town using Uber, do I really live in/near a major city?
Is this a rhetorical question? - Corinne L
Otherwise, I can think of several reasons why you wouldn't use Uber, starting with the asshattery of its executives and continuing with your feelings about cabbies. There are others. - Walt Crawford
Somewhat rhetorical. I really do not do the DC nightlife (never really did). When I do go into the city on rare occasion, I walk around or use public transportation. I have never depended on cabs, so Uber (or, for that matter, Lyft) is not really on my radar as an option to use. Perhaps I am just not young and/or hip. - Julian
Or don't have more money than you know what to do with? I've never been hip and am far from young, and in an area with good public transportation I'd certainly walk or use public transportation. So I'll go for "you're sensible." - Walt Crawford
DC's public transportation is quite good, and to me it makes better financial sense to use public transit or walk/bike. Uber is a fun luxury, in my experience (used it 3 times). - Corinne L
Florida Georgia Line always reminds me of football (and something about a cocktail party).
The time to fire Jay Gruden is NOW NOW NOW.
As usual, the Pats are destroying the Dolphins in Foxborough late in the season.
The U, Part 2. A sequel that did not disappoint.
The one person missing from both films: Ray Lewis. - Julian
GO ____! BEAT ____!
Navy, Army - Eric Logan from FFHound!
Vegan, eggs - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Linux, Windows - imabonehead from Android
Anyone, USC - Spidra Webster
Home, Off - Steve C Team Marina
Wire whip, cream - Rochelle *boom* Hartman
Michael Jackson, it - The First NoeLB from Android
Smoothie King has naming rights for a major arena.
I am guessing basketball. - Joe
You would be correct. The arena originally named New Orleans Arena. - Julian
In NO, I would have expected an alcohol brand to have the naming rights. - Joe
As with many naming rights agreements, Smoothie King has local headquarters. - Julian
Is enterprise IT more difficult to manage now than ever? - http://www.networkworld.com/article...
Is enterprise IT more difficult to manage now than ever?
Yup. I know this one. - Julian from Bookmarklet
"Buy us... buy us with money..."
It's not what you know; it's what you can find (and/or prove).
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