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Well, that was unexpected! - Three days in, and I have completed step one of three to making bread pudding for dinner with friends. Good thing they postponed the dinner to Friday!
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I'll take two please. - Eric - It's My Thing
Thanks for all your interest in my baking over the years, FF. I do not get a lot of social interaction right now and it feels like I'm doing something with people when I take pics and share and stuff. <3<3<3<3 - Lo
It got really big. That was probably the most unexpected part of all. I don't know what I thought would happen, but when I opened the oven it was like WHAAAAAAAAAAAT. - Lo
that loaf is HUUUUUGE. - Marie
Mary Carmen
I need a cut and new hairstyle.
yeah, me too. what kind of style are you thinking about? - Marie
Meg VMeg
Sometimes the rage is the only thing that keeps you going.
I thought it was coffee. - Steele Lawman
A pot of Ragewell House. - Spidra Webster
Marie
If you were going to introduce someone to David Foster Wallace's writing, with which book/essay would you begin?
I would start with the cruise essay and/or the state fair essay ("A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again" and "Getting Away from Already Being Pretty Much Away from It All") If they don't think those are funny/engaging, they probably won't like most of his work. - Steele Lawman
Seconding the cruise essay. - Meg VMeg
I really like the tennis essays, but I don't know that those would be a good intro for people who don't know the sport. Also, good list here: http://tetw.org/David_F... - Kirsten
Cruise essay, for sure. - laura x from iPhone
Just got the "Supposedly Fun..." book at our Library Book Sale, and any really any of the essays are good introductions. - Elizabeth Brown
The first thing I read by him was "The Depressed Person", and it totally slayed me, but that's probably a risky first read. - JffKrlsn from Android
I second the recommendation of either the cruise essay or state fair essays. I got into his writing in a completely different way but I think those would be good choices for those who never read him. - MariWeaver
If you go to the Harper's site, they want you to be a subscriber to get access to the first-published forms of those stories. But if you use the googles, you can find them free on Harper's blog: Here is "Ticket to the Fair" (later "Getting Away from Already Being Pretty Much Away from It All" (I think I messed that up earlier)):... more... - Steele Lawman
^ nice, thanks. - Marie
Holly's favorite Anna
I'm looking for someone based in the US who could do a workshop like this one: http://www.uksg.org/event...
Marie? Galadriel? - Holly's favorite Anna
That sounds fun (esp if G and I did it together). At what venue did you have in mind? - Marie
Ooh. Can I get in on this? - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
Maybe a panel? If so, I would be interested, too. - Joe
we have the best community ever, just sayin'. - Marie
Not a panel. Workshop. No more than two leaders for the sake of logistics and fitting everything into 4 hours with a break, and it would be a post-conference for NASIG in late May. And... I totally understand if G doesn't want to do it, given that. - Holly's favorite Anna
A great community indeed! I love the concept of this workshop, it's really needed and fantastic - I can't commit right now, but will think about it for sure! - Galadriel C.
Ah if only 2 then Marie & G should go for it. - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
Oh rats, I'll be out of the country at the end of May (hopefully). - Marie
Anna - what's you time frame? - Galadriel C.
I'd like to get a commitment nailed down in the next few weeks, as I'm planning to use our workshops as additional promotion for the call for concurrent session proposals ("come speak at our conference! see, we have awesome content you can add to!). But, that doesn't mean I need a fully fleshed out workshop program by then. Just a commitment to doing it. - Holly's favorite Anna
Jennifer Leffler on Twitter has also expressed an interest. - Holly's favorite Anna
I want to watch!! also: LSW meetup opportunity!! - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
If you're stuck, please allow me to recommend Taryn Resnick, head of e-resources at MfPOW. She's sharp! - RepoRat
If any of you who have expressed interested can get me a proposal in the next few weeks, do it. :) - Holly's favorite Anna
May I pass this on to Taryn? - RepoRat
Please do! - Holly's favorite Anna
BTW, anybody who is interested in proposing something, contact me at anna dot creech at the gmails. I really want to make this workshop happen! - Holly's favorite Anna
*bump* - Marie
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Found this song in a Black Keys playlist that Google Play Music created for me and now I'm in love. ♥ http://t.thisismyjam.com/zoblue...
Found this song in a Black Keys playlist that Google Play Music created for me and now I'm in love. ♥ http://t.thisismyjam.com/zoblue/_94spisb
I'm going to see BB on Friday. Can't waaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiit!!! - Marie
they just came through Athens and I didn't go b/c I was afraid I'd have such an intense emotional reaction that I wouldn't want to be in public. THAT's how much I love this band. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
^ Whoa. - Steele Lawman
That whole album is fucking amazing. Vaporize is my favorite, followed by The Ghost Inside, October, The High Road, Mongrel Heart, and Sailing to Nowhere. - NOT THE CRICKET
Aaron the Librarian
Academic Librarians - Are you following YikYak?
? clearly not... - ellbeecee
what the heck is yikyak? - Sir Shuping is just sir
Nope. - LB creeps me out. from Android
Who in the what now? - Catherine Pellegrino from iPod
I checked it out earlier this year and then uninstalled it after a few days. Creepy place full of douchey bros. Not a cool place. Lots of k-12 schools are banning it because of the heartache it can cause. For example: http://nymag.com/thecut... When I tried it in Manhattan, I found tons of awful posts from NYU and Columbia students. - Stephen Francoeur
good lord. based on that article, wouldn't touch it with the proverbial ten-foot pole. - RepoRat
oh crap...i did hear about yikyak and blocked it out of my mind because the early press on it was so poor, much of the same reasons for what occurred in the article stephen linked to - Sir Shuping is just sir
Yep. What I see when I'm at home (local high schools, other colleges) is different than what I see at work. It's interesting/useful to see what's going on when they're having real dialogue there, but the high school age stuff is abhorrent. - Julie Kane
Tl;dr me about this, please? - Marie
YikYak is an app that uses your device location to show you anonymous posts by people in your vicinity (not sure of the range, maybe a few miles or so). You can post your own anonymous comments. - Stephen Francoeur
Merci - Marie from iPhone
I am now. Second post is a vulgar joke that mentions the library. - Steele Lawman
I can't even handle monitoring mentions on Twitter, I'm pretty sure this will kill me. - Meg VMeg
I downloaded to check it out. It's somewhat amusing. - Andy
I just checked it out. Two posts I could intervene in, but a whole lot of tedium, annoyance, and way too much blowjob advice. Still trying to figure out if it's worth spending time there in the building.... I'm also wondering if my commenting (Hey, just sent a building monitor to shush that noise!) will be seen as helpful or creepy. Because being seen as the creepy one on YiKYak would be pretty awful? - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
But you're being creepy anonymously, so nobody knows it's you specifically. ;) - kaijsa
If you want to know when people are having sex in the library, there's an app for that - Laura Norvig from iPhone
Took a look. Not going back. - John Jackson from iPhone
I look at it occasionally. I'd check it more if it had a search function so I could search for library mentions...unless it does, and I just don't realize it. - YvonneM
I am not an academic librarian, but I do read it here occasionally. Iowa kids are actually remarkably sweet probably 80% of the time. Once in awhile they're very funny. The rest of the time they are racist sexist assholes, but I was expecting that to be most of the posts, so I was pleasantly surprised. - laura x
Today they are tired, have advice about how you should make sure you have lots of time to sleep if you take Tylenol PM, lest you miss class and Michelle Obama, are unsure of how to tell people they like them, and have discovered, by means of pH strip, that a pumpkin spice latte is basic. Also one said "whoa, I should go to the library more often! I actually studied." - laura x
"Basic" is relatively recent slang for me. So I looked it up on Urban Dictionary (because I am old and librarian) and found that the definition there is 8 years old. I'm so basic. - Steele Lawman
Well, you know, I'm so basic I am down with any joke made at the expense of a pumpkin spice latte. - laura x
Tried it. Not big here. Picked up only stuff from international schools. - aaron from Flucso
holly #ravingfangirl
We had to say goodbye to miss nessa today. She was loved by many. http://t.co/tjiA7VkRg8
We had to say goodbye to miss nessa today. She was loved by many. http://t.co/tjiA7VkRg8
Oh Holly, I'm so sorry. - lris
I'm so sorry, Holly. - Corinne L
{Holly} - Pete : Team Marina
Oh, Holly. *huge hugs* - Laura
I'm sorry, Holly. *hugs* - Anne Bouey
Awful to hear, I'm so sorry, Holly. - Stephen Mack
sorry to hear, Holly - MoTO: Team Marina
So sorry. I can't imagine what I'll do when I get to this point with either of my cats. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
I'm sorry for your loss. - Marie
Really sorry for your loss. - Jen
Oh Holly. I'm sorry. Many hugs - Hedgehog
I'm so sorry, Holly. Sending love. - ωαřмaiden ❤Bassetmom❤
<3 - Kristin
*hugs* - Heather
Oh no! Holly, I am so, so sorry. I was really hoping she could pull through. *hugs and hugs and hugs* - vicster: full-bodied
***hugs*** - Kirsten
I'm so sorry! - Katy S from iPhone
:( - Jenica
oh so sorry. sooo sorry. She's in kitty heaven now, eating all her favorite foods & snarfing up catnip and doing All the Things. - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
I'm so sorry. What precious pics. - YvonneM
I'm so sorry for your loss, Holly. - Tamara J. B.
So sorry...what a face...so pretty! - Bash
*hugs* - bentley
So sorry, Holly. - Friar Will
I am so sorry. It's the worst. - Meg VMeg
Sending all my love and hugs xoxoxoxox - Melly - #TeamMarina
I'm so very sorry. Sending good thoughts and hugs. - Galadriel C. from Android
I'm sorry, Holly. - Brent Schaus from iPhone
I'm so sorry :( *hugs* - Jennifer Dittrich from FFHound!
So sorry *hugs* - Halil
*hugs* RIP, Miss Nessa. - Jenny H. from Android
Marie
Do any LSWers have an ER&L proposal they would like to suggest we consider supporting? http://electroniclibrarian.org/confere...
Ours isn't showing up! - Jaclyn aka spamgirl
Introduction to Usus (me and some other folks from the Supervisory Board) - Holly's favorite Anna
After some quick work by Sandy, we're on: Libraries and Family: Is the Academic Library Community Supporting You? (I know, it's not a usual ER&L topic, which is sort of why we did it). - Jaclyn aka spamgirl
Migrating to Intota: Updates and Dispatches from the Front (the speaker is pretty awesome and definitely on the front lines of this...and I may have suggested the subtitle in a late night phone call yesterday) - Holly's favorite Anna
Quick, somebody get me an "I voted" sticker! - Marie
MAPing Scopus and Web of Science: Using Massive Amounts of Data for Collection Analysis (And thank you Marie for inquiring!) - Galadriel C.
Holly's favorite Anna
Spinning the MP3s. (at @WRIR Richmond Independent Radio in Richmond, VA) https://www.swarmapp.com/c...
Spinning the MP3s. (at @WRIR Richmond Independent Radio in Richmond, VA) https://www.swarmapp.com/c/kjwEKZUmAog
You're in the red! - Marie
Take it to 11! - Steve C Team Marina
Heh. I try to stay out of the red. Not my photo. :) (BTW, if you missed it, you can always catch an archive copy of my show at http://wrir.org/tunein -- look for Monday Morning Breakfast Blend with Anna C.) - Holly's favorite Anna
Victor Ganata
Don't panic! (via Dr. S)
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Haha! - Stephen Mack from iPhone
love it! - Marie
Micah
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"You want chicken wings or chicken legs?" - Melly - #TeamMarina
wInGs a11 teh wAy¡ - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
I'll just have the dry white toast. - Jennifer Dittrich from FFHound!
Much R.E.S.P.E.C.T. - Marie
And a Coke. - Melly - #TeamMarina
THINK!! - Xabaras (G.O.)
(lemme get my sax) - Xabaras (G.O.)
Definitivo - Federico Bolsoman
White meat please so no legs for me. - Steve C Team Marina
Catherine Pellegrino
Smooth, Gale. Really smooth.
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Why must you hate on U Name? I bet you're one of those Name College yahoos. - Pete : Team Marina
It is pronounced Nah may. - Joe
and now I have a customer survey in my inbox from ProQuest, labeled "Your Opinion Counts." #yeahRIGHT - Catherine Pellegrino
We got those too. - Marie
holly #ravingfangirl
Nessa says "why do you keep bugging me? jeez, Two Legs." http://t.co/bN7O3bTwsa
Nessa says "why do you keep bugging me? jeez, Two Legs." http://t.co/bN7O3bTwsa
please think good thoughts for nessa. she's not feeling so great. - holly #ravingfangirl
Poor kitty! Did she make it to the vet yet? - Katy S
twice, in fact. we are not 100% sure what's going on yet. will be starting antibiotics in case there is an underlying bacterial infection somewhere. her kidney/liver numbers yesterday were not good at all, so I am hoping it is the infection and not the more serious reason. she is stable at the moment, and the vet was pleased with how she is doing so far today, so we just have to watch and wait. - holly #ravingfangirl
Aw, poor girl. I hope she's feeling much better very soon. - Jennifer Dittrich
*pats gently* - Marie
I hope she is feeling better soon and it's "just" something that the antibiotics can knock out. - vicster: full-bodied
thanks, everyone. she has been moving around much more than yesterday, but hasn't really been interested in food today. sigh. - holly #ravingfangirl
Hugs, hugs - Meg VMeg
Some antibiotics upset the tumtum. Hoping that's the case here. - Marie
Sending good thoughts your way. Hope tomorrow brings eating. - Hedgehog
she ate a bit of food tonight! hoping i didn't just jinx things. :) - holly #ravingfangirl
Good healing vibes to Nessa. - Corinne L
Glen Campbell
Wondering if there's anything to DO in Chicago
Nope. - Joe
Nah, skip it. - Marie
Improv. If sitting in the audience isn't enough for you, maybe you can find an open mic night and bound onto the stage. - Spidra Webster
Marie
Olive oil and toasted almond ice cream. (McConnell's, Grand Central Market)
Yes, all that made one (delicious) flavor. - Marie from iPhone
Marie
GOOOOOO IRISH.
We can be friends again in under 3 minutes! - Marie
Joe
Joe
Magic school bus going to netflix. Supposedly, the 14 yo is excited extremely about this.
Extremely excited. - Joe
Both. - Marie
Their excitement can't be contained in just one phrase? :D - Jennifer Dittrich
Zamms
Corn crepes with pumpkin filling
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Ooh, is that a little shpritzle of parm on top? - Marie
It is indeed! - Zamms
RudĩϐЯaЯïan
Hi all, I am getting ready to send out a survey to "all social sciences faculty in the US" and I'm wondering if any of you have done anything like that, and how you went about sending it out? My plan is to send via association listservs, but I'm finding many divisions have moved away from email lists, and many more hide the existence of an email...
I put together a list of all the library directors at carnegie designated master's granting universities for the dissertation. You might do the same for provosts at all US institutions and ask them to pass it to scosci faculty; we get many research surveys forwarded on by the Provost. Time consuming, but at least you'll have an idea of who you're hitting, methodologically. Everything else is sort of a crapshoot (and how would you measure participation as low or high? Or is it just informal?) - ωαřмaiden ❤Bassetmom❤
oh, that's a great idea, and MUCH easier than trying to find association listservs! (and we just decided response rate would be something we have to do without, no matter how we distribute. Even if we send to Provosts, we won't know how many distribute it or how many eyeballs receive it, right?) - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
You would know how many potential eyeballs you'd have only if you knew how many socsci fac were at each institution. - Marie
are there specific pockets of socsci fac you're interested in targeting? so many from R1s, so many from comm colleges, etc. How will you know if your respondents are representative of the population? - Marie
Marie, not specific pockets, but the whole of it. We're looking into how social sciences (and some overlap into humanities) faculty use data in their research and teaching. We'll be slicing the data every which way to see the story it tells (discipline, geography, type of college/university, age of respondent...). The population we're looking at is really social sciences faculty in the... more... - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
Yeah, cant hurt to add the provosts to the association list you may get. You still wont know about saturation, but the likelihood of responses goes up :) ETA: goodluck! - ωαřмaiden ❤Bassetmom❤
I'm unclear why you need ALL the social sciences faculty. But, FYI, there are mailing lists you can purchase. FWIW, most of the data slicing you are describing requires knowing who got the survey and the response rate to meet the requirements of the cross-tab/stratification analysis you want to do. Otherwise, you can't claim anything about faculty generally - just "those who responded"... more... - Lisa Hinchliffe
Lisa, my coauthor is at ICPSR, and she will be handling the analysis. I'm completely confident she knows what she's doing statistically. - RudĩϐЯaЯïan from YouFeed
I wouldn't touch a project like this without a coauthor who understands that side of it; I agree that librarians are embarrassingly bad, as a whole, at data-based research, and would never contribute to the hot mess. You know me better than that. - RudĩϐЯaЯïan from YouFeed
I'll be happy to be schooled on how the statistics work here if you don't have a way of knowing the sample. - Lisa Hinchliffe
^. Especially since youd have to know how many socsci faculty are at each institution to even know if you have a representative sample from the school. Very interested in seeing this! - ωαřмaiden ❤Bassetmom❤
Joe
Joe
Flu shot got.
Ooh, I gots to do that - Marie
Starmama
I'm so traumatized by so many awful things happening in my life at once. I can't even think about my 25 years old earthquake stories, let alone put them into words. I can't even watch or read any of the retrospectives that are everywhere this week.
In fact, I'm more scattered & mentally exhausted than I've been in years. I can barely focus on anything, not even important stuff. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
:( *hugs* I hope you can stay strong. - LB creeps me out. from Android
Courage, sister. - Corinne L
I'm sorry you're going through such a rough time. I hope your in-person network can help you shoulder some of the burden. Give yourself as many rest breaks and as much self-care as you think you can afford to. (((Starmama))) - Spidra Webster
I really don't have a network irl people either rely on me for help or get angry or distant when I panic. I'm so alone and I know I need to stfu & stop whining about my business on social media but it's either talk about it here or scream and cry by myself all day and night. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
The people you've helped before should be here for you now. I know it's not easy, but try not to panic as it usually saps you of the very will you need to cope. If a friend there is available, invite them to tea/coffee/whatever and ask them if they'll help you strategize. Let them know you need them now...not in a panicky way but in a calm honest way. Hopefully they'll be there for you... more... - Spidra Webster
There are Jewish organizations in the Bay Area that can help, I think. http://www.jfcs-eastbay.org/financi... http://www.oaklandsinai.org/emergen... And of course, there are non-sectarian organizations that may also have resources. So if you're having trouble getting your network to be supportive, you may be able to make an appt with someone from one of these orgs and... more... - Spidra Webster
Just checking in to say "hang in there" and don't feel you need to "stfu" - Steele Lawman
I'm so sorry that life is being so unkind to you, Starmama. You deserve better. And we're here for you. Don't feel bad about speaking your mind. *hug* - Jenny H. from Android
(((Hug))) - Marie
Mary Carmen
So Wednesday I am gonna go and give this fitness bootcamp a try. Gonna do the 28 days and if I like it and see some results I'm gonna stick with it. I am kinda excited about it. http://www.fitbodybootcamp.com/manteca...
Cool! I hope you have an awesome time :D - Jennifer Dittrich
That's awesome - Stephen Mack
Sweet. Good luck and kick ass! - Tamara J. B.
Have fun. - bentley
Neat! Kick ass! - Marie
Cool! - Yvonne Renee from FFHound!
Enjoy! But be careful. I have a number of friends who have done Fit Body Boot Camp and quality of instruction varies greatly by location. Be your own advocate every step of the way. The trainers may not always do so on your behalf (they are driven by turning out fast results to bring in more clients, not by ensuring your health and wellness). H.I.I.T. is hard but awesome! You're gonna love it! :D - Hookuh Tinypants
It was pretty fucking awesome. I'm in. I was very relieved to see that it was not Cross Fit. - Mary Carmen
Yay! :D (And I'm glad I'm not the only person who gets all >.> at Cross Fit...) - Hookuh Tinypants
Yay! Can't wait to see how you feel at the end! - Yvonne Renee from FFHound!
No way, Amanda. Cross fit looks like a great way to permanently injure yourself. - Mary Carmen from iPhone
^^ - Janet from FFHound!
Walt Crawford
I *so much* want to tell this Visionary White Male Executive to shove it...well, anyway, you might or might not enjoy this, even with the "Library is dead, long live the library" oh-so-visionary/disruptive cliche subhead:...
Oh my stars, where do you find this stuff? - Marie
Somebody noted it on either Twitter or Facebook or Google+; most likely FB. - Walt Crawford
I saw it on Fb too, as well as this one: http://www.thenation.com/article... You can't fire a cannon down the street these days without hitting a education-disrupting venture capitalist. - John Dupuis
Summary: "I went to the library when I was a kid. My kid now goes to the library. The library is still around! How? I don't know. Maybe, "It appears that the library realized it was not in the business of checking out books, but of engaging in the process of accessing and applying knowledge." The end." - bentley
Oh, brother! - Rochelle *boom* Hartman
"innovative" and "excellence" are on my bullshit list. Also vionary and disruptive. They offer certificates in innovation. Does it require renewal every ten minutes? I mean, how long does that last? - barbara fister
"When my son started saying that he was going to the library with his girlfriend to study, I had to investigate if this was even possible." ಠ_ಠ - Andy
that he had a gf? or that he studies? - Aaron the Librarian
"There were literally people of all ages and they were all enjoying themselves." Tee. - Melissa M
Steve C Team Marina
$680,000 Home Wrong Lot: Dream Florida Beach House Built On Wrong Lot - http://www.inquisitr.com/1541830...
$680,000 Home Wrong Lot: Dream Florida Beach House Built On Wrong Lot
"A $680,000 home was built on the wrong lot, leaving the new owners with quite a headache. According to The SpreadIt, Mark and Brenda Voss of Missouri wanted to build a fancy home near Palm Coast, right near the water. They hired a building company and got their plans underway. However, the company ended up building the beautiful home on the lot across the street… Oops? The beach house is absolutely stunning. It has “5.5 bathrooms, a home theater, game room and screened-in pool,” but it’s in the wrong location. The lot that the house was built on belongs to a couple from North Carolina. Andrew Massaro and Brooke Triplett now have a beautiful home on their property… that they didn’t put there. The $680,000 home on the wrong lot story gets even more interesting. Apparently the Voss’ — who own a “well-established” real estate company — own 18 different lots in the gated community. Unfortunately, their builders picked one lot that didn’t belong to them. According to FOX News, Mark and his wife are in “total disbelief” that something like this even happened." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Minor detail. - Joe
High-end land squatters? - bentley
I get that they've got a lot of properties, but how the heck do you not notice this? I mean, I can't imagine never checking up on the build. - Jennifer Dittrich
I still don't understand how the house got completely built before it was noticed. - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
Yes Jennifer the builder says "the buck stops here" I disagree if the owner can't come out one time in the planning or build of a home then it's their fault. Even if you live in another state. - Steve C Team Marina
I'm not sure which way you're arguing, butI think both parties share some of the blame, I just thought it was odd that the owners weren't interested enough to notice until the end, or able to visit (given the cash they were investing.) - Jennifer Dittrich
If there is no basement, just lift it up and move it. Simple. Problem solved. - Joe
^ - Marie
So plumbing, electrical, etc inspectors didn't notice either - Christina Pikas from iPhone
In places with actual building codes (not Florida) the plan check step would have examined building plans against setbacks and siting which would (very likely) have alerted folks to this issue while it was "paper" problem #regulationCANbeaverygoodthing . - WarLord
Maybe they did visit the property while it was being built and just didn't know it was the wrong lot, considering that they own a bunch of them. Perhaps they couldn't remember which lot was which, and which they did and did not own, till it was too late? - April Russo
Starmama
Stupid dogs stole and ate an entire package of Hawaiian rolls!
Those rolls are irresistible! - Marie
I don't wanna see what Chihuahuas are like on a sugar high. - Spidra Webster
Andrew C (✔)
RT @andykindler: The "Art of Shaving" store closed in Beverly Hills. Why do I live in a country that refuses to support the arts?
As long as the shaver repair store on Wilshire doesn't shut down there is hope for humanity. - Marie
Andrew C (✔)
I have lost a lot of Kangols over the years. I try to tell myself they're all at a big farm now, but it doesn't help much.
Plus side, I ended up finding the one I thought I lost yesterday! Sometimes good things really do happen to … adequate people. - Andrew C (✔)
*golf clap* - Marie
Zamms
Spent the day at Hershey Chocolate World. The best part of the factory tour ride is when the narrator says the milk in Hershey's milk chocolate gives it "extra nutritional value."
Wow, you are only 45 minutes from my home. - Janet from FFHound!
Where y'at? We're actually in DC and drove the 2 hours up! - Zamms from iPhone
i love that place! - Marie
I am on the outskirts of Denver, more toward Kleinfeltersville. - Janet
Probably not Denver, CO. - Joe from iPod
Jandy
I always forget this scene in Holy Grail, until I remember and crack up. "Make sure he doesn't leave." http://www.youtube.com/watch...
I always forget this scene in Holy Grail, until I remember and crack up. "Make sure he doesn't leave." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3YiPC91QUk&feature=youtu.be
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Not to leave the room... - Marie
My experience as a manager, right there. - Brent Schaus
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