Thu Nov 29 2012 07:48:52 AM EST from zooermmmmmm beeeeeef.
---- or did you mean "taste like $#!+"?
Hehe... Neither, actually. Just....well, like livestock.
Animal, Think I'll have to remember not to have dinner in Greeley!
liked them. I then said, if I send him pictures of the elevators controlbuttons he is going to think that is strange so I del >eted the pictures.
That's too bad. The real elevator fan is my son; I just go along for the fun. He would have definitely liked to see photos of a freaky elevator control panel.
Something that causes you to lose mass causes trees to gain mass.
Are you prepared to accept Jesus in your heart? WELL, ARE YA!???
I think Mr. Cool Ice was German.
Never heard of him, but he is on ..... www.facebook.com/cooliceforyou
Last entry on german search pages is from 2 years ago: http://www.sensor-magazin.de/so-wohnt-mainz-mr-cool-ice/
Facebook doesn't work from this computer, oh well.
If you don't know who he is, an image search works best.
A guy calling himself "Mr Cool Ice"... and he is famous for being tattooed. Nuff said!
(But I skimmed through the article and read about his tattoos... Killed some of my brain cells while reading.)
So Zephyr was in Israel for 2 weeks, and we finally managed to get together last night at the airport. We sat and had a snack, and talked for about an hour.
Most interesting part of the discussion - he asked "Are we adults now?"
What makes one an adult?
For me, my moment of becoming an adult, and not just someone playing the part was when I signed the consent forms for Ephraim's first surgery.
When was your moment?
I will try to come back and post when I have reached the point of being an adult. Kids are to young yet (and relatively healthy) to have jarred me in to that category of "adulthood".
Terminal teenager walking around in an adult's body, here.
Hmmn. I used to always have this feeling that everyone was either a kid or older than I am...
I've recently discovered that this isn't true...
No, A-Team, with Mr.T, Face, Hannibal, and Murdock.
Woah... did anyone see the episode of The A-Team where Boy George guest starred on the show?
I'm having a bizarre ... 'conversations' ... with an old high school friend of mine on Facebook.
I wrote this stupid, long status that took the theme of the fiscal cliff and involved me looking up 'cliff' in Google, and finding ways to weave it into my narrative on the subject. Trivial, long, and not particularly well-written, it never-the-less caught my friend's attention.
He asked me if I knew the name of "Norm's" friend from the show Cheers, to which I responded, yeah, that's Cliff Clavin, and I then wrote some semi-random nonsense, as if I were Cliff Clavin, making up a random fact to make me look intelligent when instead it makes me look idiotic.
And, well, the theme seems to have stuck. Brian asked me about a movie whose principle actor was a reggae singer with the last name of Cliff, and I made up some other stupid nonsense about him (that Shirley Temple Black and Jimmy Cliff used to sing reggae together in the 70s when the mics were off).
I'm halfway wondering what Brian will throw at me next. This feels like improv over Facebook.