You know how the right always whines about how social programs make people dependent on them – well one could argue the same thing about our military power! As long as we go into a region and clean out the bad guys and do somebody else's work then th
Originally Posted By: Celandine Settle an argument for me: When creating Cuba-mix Sandwiches, which is more authentic... Sweet Pickles or Dill? (Actually, I use pickle relish ...as it's easier to cut & chew. ) I'd be interested to hear the
Cel, "...and lan... wasn't beheading the favored form execution used by the Japanese?" I am not sure why this is relevant. I just live here. I don't think Japan or any country or culture for that matter is free of fault. I have any numb
I often reach back and grab a Wiki Link just to familiarize people who may not be familiar with a general concept... I don't always bother to read the entire entry since it's not always pertinent to the conversation. like the map of the ME I poste
Quote:Do you really REALLY think that Melting Villagers was part of Raytheon's Official Press Releases? smile What I REALLY think is that you'd probably be more convincing if you didn't link to things that directly contradict what you're saying ;-)
I saw a special maybe a month ago about the History of Burlesque with older women discussing every aspect of the 5 or 6 shows a day & night spent as strippers... from the costumes, routines, music, lighting, dressers travel, & comics, espe
The routine goes back years and years...at least back to the mid 1800's vaudeville show circuit...no one knows who thunked it up...it has been modified to localize the story, I have used it since at least 1985 in various forms....I am lost in the pas
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