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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by rhino3382, May 3, 2014.
No, it's a real thing. It was on WHO last night. Google it...
No2, I couldn't find a date on the blog, but that's a different company. Goats on the Go was started up two years ago; they may have "borrowed" the idea from the guys in the blog...
The owner's son was on vacation last week in Cabo and he managed to bother me even more from there. I was getting 7-8 E-mails/day from the clown.
After a couple days, I finally responded with screen shots of Cabo, the weather report in Cabo, links for things do to in Cabo. He was there with his wife and kids. WTF?
Husband and I were flipping between the game and a movie, and I remember it being 9:05, and it's only the fourth inning. 2 hours in, and only the fourth inning. Oy.
Then, the husband just "had to tell me!" at 1:30A how Baker pitched the top of the 16th, and scored the winning run. I blame him for not falling back asleep properly.
I am so frickin' jealous of you...the concert, not the feeling of being dragged through a sick cow backwards that you're coping with right now.
Thank god I didn't get drunk on top of it. I had a few beers but stayed sober. My body and especially my neck are just terrible. I feel like I got my *** kicked last night.
The concert was completely worth it though.
Hey cowgirl: This is the general vicinity of your old stomping grounds, not?
Was Kevin Bacon there?
Took me a second, but then, it was good.
3p interview tomorrow.
indeed it is. Don't know who that would be but hopefully they're ok.
I'm thinking about buying a boat.
Yes or no?
I found Dandy!
From everything I have heard about boats it is all about how much you are willing to put up with to have one. They can be big expenses especially with storage and docking involved. If you aren't really going to use it all the time, sometimes it's not worth it.
Personally I couldn't bring myself to spend that much on a recreational vehicle, but that's just me.
Spouse liked it...me, not so much. It didn't help that we lived a fair drive away from the closest water (about a 45 minute drive). We sold it after about 5 years of only using it once or twice a summer. I do have a soft spot for the boat, though...he proposed to me on that boat.
Actually I was doing this when the boat thought popped into my head.
Except it was at a bar that has a deck outside by the river and boats were constantly driving by.
I have heard they can be quite the hassle but I'm willing to do the work especially now that I'm still young and we don't have kids.
So, let's boil this down...Papylew has boat, not married. Gets married, wife doesn't like boat. Boat goes away.
Yep, that's women....
If you buy a boat, then you should move to WDSM.
We would live about 5 minutes from the marina where the boat would be parked in the water all summer long. Only have to put it in the water once in the late spring and take it out once in the early fall.
Tarzan is the most underrated Disney movie ever.