...the obligatory button The bookends were purchased from the ceramic shop I used to use to buy my clay and fire my pieces .. ..but I sculpted the bust(s) ((learning to make molds on the fly..as usual to get 2 of them)) They were sculp
I saw him about 25 years ago. Took a date to a poetry reading of his. He spoke for a while then read some of his poetry. He was quite a good speaker. ( Also quite good with a phaser, but that's another story).
Originally Posted By: RebootCopping to? Probably the ground shifting in the cold weather. geeze! That's Even MORE Scary since 3/4 of the USA is @ risk I thought a faulty coupling while joining up the houses @ some point or a piece of hea
I woke up to the news. Although I was never "A Trekkie" I admit to being a long time "Spock-ie" I had a girlhood crush on the green blooded alien. In fact I'm still drawn to "the smartest guy in the room". I'll tr
yeah scary as hell! I'm still wondering if anyone was home at the time. yes, the Gas Co. was already on the scene, assumedly investigating a report of the tell-tale odor... but so far they aren't copping to what caused the leak.
That's scary... the leak wasn't even in their house... it was a gas main nearby !! Crept along a water pipe to their basement !! Couldn't the owners smell something ? Bet the gas Co gets sued BIG time !! Although it looks like they may have been
Originally Posted By: CelandineOriginally Posted By: NucleusG4 Hmmm.. that seems a bit testy. You are commenting on things, then when someone has a different opinion, you claim to know very little about it. Not sure what "'Be the First Kid On Y
Apple didn't invent computers they just made them accessable they didn't invent mp3 tech they just made them outstanding they may not have invented watches but they may well combine all 3 they didn't invent solar energy but leading other industries
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