Nah. If it's a "Jigglypuff" episode *she* puts people into a deep slumber. ;DTinaG said:Merely watching any random episode of Pokemon will cause seizures. (from a mom of two Pokemon crazy boys)
Well, I sure hope the police would stop me, 'coz if I'm ever going that fast, I sure can't stop myself!Athanasios said:In Connecticut:
You can be stopped by the police for biking over 65 miles per hour.
That's quite a site there. Unfortunately, I couldn't get a correct answer beyond vocab level 42, but I did get over 700 grains of rice tonight.Ebor said:Fact:
There is a site, Freerice.com, that will donate 20 grains of rice for each correct vocabulary word chosen. (I've done it a number of times myself.)
Well done! Every bit helps. I'm glad you paid it a visit.cleveland said:That's quite a site there. Unfortunately, I couldn't get a correct answer beyond vocab level 42, but I did get over 700 grains of rice tonight.
Well, it could be the holidays and people being away. (Then again, the latest Alphabet line of cleaning items is difficult. I'm trying to think of one that starts with a U.)cleveland said:I do find it interesting that the drive for 200k before 2008 has stalled.
But in the end I think it's best for OC.net if the posts leading up to the great milestone be substantive, and not a frenzy of one-word (or two-word) posts or some sort of photo-crazy spree.
Well, I personally plan on having Beef of joyfulness, carrots of celebration, and beer of beer.Ian Lazarus said:Well, Gary Larson Cartoon caption kind of sums it up:
"The bluebird of Happiness long absent from his life, Ned is visited by the chicken of depression"
Which reminds me, we are having Chicken of Depression for Dinner tomorrow, barbecued, and Burgers of Dispair mixed with the bacon of hoplessness. It will be sadly delicious.
I feel bad for 'ya. I think Pittsburgh is at a disadvantage against Jacksonville. Don't think they'll make it. Even if they do, they are certainly not as good as either Indy or New England.Athanasios said:So Cleveland won their game.
And Pittsburgh is being pummeled.
And it pretty much won't make a difference for who gets into the playoffs.
Going along with your thought - maybe a New Year's resolution for the board can be "have a few 1,000 post days,*" which can certainly help the cause of getting to 200k by Old Calendar New Year.Ebor said:Not trying to be a pain here, but it occurred to me that *this* might be a good place for the Julian Calender off-set. That would give us 2 weeks to make it to 200,000 posts by Jan. 1.