From: john on 28 Jan 2010 08:33
<sorry to yank the thread upside down>
how do you like avant browser, vs. firefox...
I'm starting to like it better
"Whelan - '02 200exc (x2) & '04 MTD 38" <yosef(a)sisna.com> wrote in message
bing up some bling
> This is neat:
i crack me up, i setup a moderatly parinoid DNS blocker program
on our network and it blocked links2love and told me to go
talk to sys administrator <me> to get permision to see the site...
> I got:
> "My awesome grasping at your rose berries will enmesh our raging
> Googling "valentine ideas" yielded a virtual treasure trove. I like
> this one:
> "Learn how to take erotic photos of each other with a digital camera."
err um, No
> Lastly, Wal-Mart has a huge selection of sugar-free chocolates, some
> of which are awesome. The only side effect I've noticed is they act
> as a laxative. Maybe a good gift to incorporate in colonoscopy prep?
now there's an idea for April 1st, I'll set it next to the wasabi nuts by
the copy machine.
From: john on 28 Jan 2010 08:42
>"WoodsChick" <is a trouble maker>
>> do something with your hands.
>Yes! Absolutely! Best suggestion yet!
>Eric made a blackberry pie once for my birthday. There was flour on
>the ceiling in the kitchen by the time he was done, but it was
>delicious and it was an extremely thoughtful gesture.
i'm more of a chemist than a cook, we'll see
how the evening goes... we're going to a Rotorary
wine & chocolate fund raiser the night before...
she might be too tired to cook...
From: sturd on 28 Jan 2010 09:03
john likes wasabi:
> > Lastly, Wal-Mart has a huge selection of sugar-free chocolates, some
> > of which are awesome. The only side effect I've noticed is they act
> > as a laxative. Maybe a good gift to incorporate in colonoscopy prep?
> now there's an idea for April 1st, I'll set it next to the wasabi nuts by
> the copy machine.
Kit-Kat's in Japan come in about 90 flavors. Had some wasabi ones
over Xmas that were pretty weird.
Go fast. Take chances.
From: Tiago on 28 Jan 2010 09:43
On Jan 28, 10:42 am, "john" <john...(a)g-male.comm> wrote:
> i'm more of a chemist than a cook,
cooking *is* chemistry!
From: Dean H on 28 Jan 2010 10:41
> If what my neighbor does "neither picks my pocket
> nor breaks my leg" I could care less about it
> Thomas Jefferson-
I'd like to get that guy on the Planning and Zoning Commission.