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They should send it to everyone in their renewl package :-) I save the magazines for other kids, so they should learn to not be a dick.
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As Highlights readers (we have a three year old) we appreciate your PSA for the Highlights world. That is just too cool! We have our own copy as subscribers so my kid can be Goofus all he wants (but not at the Dentist's office).
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Loved it! First time watching TableTop. Had all the elements of a great show...comedy, suspense and a surprise ending :-) I added Tsuro to the list of games to get. Looks like a great and quick family game for Thanksgiving-- now that I've been banned from playing Dominos since I creme the in-laws every time >:-)
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What's great is that IRL you can cut the nasties out of your life (done so quite a few times), and on-line you just block them. Bad thing is 2% of people is still a lot of people doing a lot of damage in the world. They don't openly live out their nastiness, but polute the world with their existance.
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So ridiculously unfair you Californians. Here in NJ we have to deal with stupid names on our developments like Oak Court, Marigola Way, Crescent Drive. I'm in the process of buying a house and we're totally anti developemnt but damn it if there were one around here with a street named Warp Drive that'd change my mind in a heartbeat! And OMG that first pic is hilarious. What episode is that from? Holy crap looking back some of those outfits were God F-ugly. I hope that they have less of a liking of synthetics in the future!
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We're doing a gift exchange, similar to a "White Elephant" but with useful stuff. I chose games - lets see who ends up with them (maybe me!). At my house growing up not one weekend passed where we didn't play one game or another and in college we had friends that had game parties (they still do but they're in Maryland and we're in NJ and with kids the logistics of driving down for a game night-- well). I really miss it. You really get to know your family and friends when you spend hours playing. And I'm VERY competitive -- which most people don't realize until we play. Looking forward to January, when I get to visit my family in PR and spend hours at playing Dominos --they are merciless.
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Thanks for the read. I actually laughed at the end(I've been reading Stephen King since I was 10 and love this kind of stuff). Totally imagined the mom as a June Cleaver type. Made it even funnier in my head :-)
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This was the first time I've watched the show and now I have a bad case of the giggles. Just watched on the CBS site. These guys remind me too much of my freinds right out of college - all computer programmers and ubber geeks. Gotta go watch past episodes. 'night --and THANKS!
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I'd take it that the title he has of VP was probably one he chose for himself. I've met those types before... "Oh I'm VP of Selfimportios inc.," "Really? How many people does your company employ?" "Oh, its just me and my Fraternity brother from college and his siliconed enhanced wife who's his assitant." ***eyeroll***
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Thank you Wil for being part of that movie. It was one of my favorite movies of all time. I was Gordie, well the female version. I was 13 when movie came out and going through a really difficult time in my life and I always related to him. The smart kid that everyone says should be doing better and loyal to the end. Thanks for bringing back the memories...I think I saw this movie like 20 times, no joke. I recently posted the link to a story on the 25th anniversary on my FB account and all my friends commented that whenever they saw the movie they thought of me. Says a lot. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
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Hall & Oats??? Gad! I was shocked when my husband started signing "I Can't Go For That" on our drive home yesterday from a family BBQ (thanks to 80's on 8 on Satellite radio). Didn't realize that they were even still around. Hubby confesed that he's a H&O fan as we drove - this from a man that listened to Bad Brains in HS. Was H&O ever even cool?
Toggle Commented Jul 6, 2011 on tamed by the purr of a jaguar at WWdN: In Exile
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Great story! My hubby had a similar fireworks experience, except he was 33 when it happened. I think he learned his lesson about setting firworks off on a hill when your audience is downhill from you. This was before I met him - may have changed my mind about our future had I witnessed it myself. Happy belated 4th!
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