And I will admit that it’s amusing that some Republicans still deny scientifically proven facts.
I can understand fishing, when it’s about catching fish. What I can’t understand is why people would pay a thousand dollars to stand in the middle of the river for half the day and not catch anything. Apparently, that’s what salmon fishing is all about.
We had quite an eruption last year. It generated a lot of income from tourism, and you’ll have a hard time finding any Icelander that’s angry about it.
Is that sign a reference to the pool table in the basement, or does he also have an indoor swimming pool?
What did I miss? We skipped from a surprise visitor in the store to a totally redressed Bernice in the field somewhere.
I checked back one day, Greg never put in any reason this could happen."
Bernice and Luann have been shopping for a new outfit for Bernice almost all this week. She finally found one she liked yesterday, and today we get to see it, when she shows it to Nil.
Then, since you did check out the link, you realize that my calling it a documentary was intended as humor, right?
Did you check out the IMDB link?
Thank you. I didn’t major in logic, but I am definitely “left-brained”. For me to understand things, they have to be logical. I’ve always had a hard time with languages, history, literature, and other non-logical things, while math, sciences, electronics, computing, and other logical things are easy for me.
No. The Apollo 18 mission wasn’t canceled, but what they found on the moon is the reason they never went back.
When I was a teenager, we said “neat-o” (two syllables). “Crazy” is another example. And saying “oh-em-gee” has exactly the same number of syllables as “oh my God”.