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Posted on 04/02/2012 12:33:56 PM PDT by trailhkr1
Cops: Accused Prostitute Offered Undercover Officer Sex For Cheeseburgers Off McDonald's Dollar Menu
The woman, the detective reported, replied that the pair could go have sexual intercourse if I bought her two double cheese burgers off the dollar menu at McDonalds. The cop added, I agreed to the deal and purchased the hamburgers for $2.75.
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Like you were only concerned about the bird.
Thanks for the ping TC.
All’s well that ends well, and I hear The Stig is fine.
About time to put my boys to bed. This week has worn them out.
Have a great night. :-)
Cats are equal-opportunity employers of mice.
Nope. No reason to delay any meeting. Since my heart is strong for someone my age, I don’t anticipate leaving the world any time in the next 30 years. It will take me that long to get everything done!
Howdy, neighbor gave me some puffball mushrooms 2 nights ago...hmmmmm.
Not much new, weather has been in the 80’s up here.
Morning. We are on a search for the key to a padlock so I can lock the tv cabinet. Fail so far.
Good morning. I took two long (two hour) naps yesterday, then slept almost all night, then another two hour nap this morning before I could get out of bed. *yawn* I don’t think it’s my hormones... ;o]
The new crock is a keeper. The roast turned out “fall-apart” good! Thanks!
I have no clue what I will do today, since I feel too tired to do much. I may go back to bed and read. Until I fall asleep again. :o|
What is your weather like these days? Hot? Your family doing well?
It was 80 when I got up this morning. :o])
How are you feeling these days? Does the weather affect you much?
I think I saw the key in the junk drawer in the kitchen...
Hiya good to see you posting, I sure hope your health is way better...
Yeah the weather this time of year knocks me out. I would think with snow it would be worse, but it isn’t. Swelling and some pain this time of the year.
I’m doing good, thanks.
Maybe the heat and humidity have more to do with the swelling and pain than the cold. Sometimes, people respond to cold packs, and some respond to moist heat. I imagine everyone is different in that respect.
Anyway, rest when you need to!
;) Hows stig?
He’s happy. He’s beginning to molt again, so he’s a little subdued, but he is good.
Thanks for asking.
What didja do with them?
At my house, the key would be in somebody’s pants pocket.
Saute’d them in butter and garlic then added them to veggies and spaghetti.
The first half of June was very pleasant, but the heat has hit in the last week. It was absolutely sweltering at the swim meet Thursday night.
Family is fine. Kathleen can roll over, Tom is on a rafting trip, Bill’s working lots of hours as a life guard, and we have only one more full week of swim team. It’s a great activity, but the schedule is punishing, probably because the host locations want to have their pools more available for general use in July and August.
Sometimes the key is in my pocket or purse, but then someone finds it and unlocks the tv again. It’s on the Las Vegas Lucky Penny key-ring ‘Face gave us, so she should have a psychic connection with it. Focus, focus ...
The junk drawer suffered a loss of atomic union and is now just an empty space in the cabinetry, so it can’t be there. I thought Tom might have taken it upstairs, so I cleaned up his dresser (in his absence) and learned that his story about needing more t-shirts is a total fabrication, forgive the pun. He has even more than I thought! I copped the new swim team shirt he hasn’t used, and there are several in medium that the girls or I can use.
DP picked some serrano peppers this morning. They’re supposed to be very hot, but you never know with our garden. I had the eggplant and an Anaheim chili with eggs yesterday, and then I put the banana pepper and the remaining Anaheim in the Alarming Election Chili for supper. (A.E.C. traditionally has an extra, “Hey, let’s use this!” ingredient or two.)
I found a Chuck Norris t-shirt. You want it? If you tell us where you live, I’ll mail it to you. If you don’t, I’ll tell USAA your car is in New Jersey!
It sounds like the key needs a special hook of its own somewhere out of sight of wandering eyes. Maybe one of those retractable lanyards that are so popular for IDs.
How about Kathleen’s room an out of the way place. Like a drawer or corner, or even a closet rod?
Afternoon all. Don’t know for certain yet have heard it is not polite to use a US Male.
I managed to take the garbage out and clean up some clutter in the kitchen, but I still have to do the floor and the dishes, and then see what I can get done in here. Hahahahah!
I gave The Stig a sprig of millet when I cleaned his cage this morning and he is SOOO happy!! The little porker will put most of it away today, I’m sure! LOL!
I’d rather have a US Male than a foreign male. ;o]
A good plan. Does this mean one should use a US Male? Oh what the heck ... US Males like it.
Chuck Norris is a US male. He’s from Oklahoma.
What I would do with the key in a hypothetical situation doesn’t matter if I can’t find it in the first place. I suppose I could lock the cabinet without knowing where the key is ... that would get searchers motivated!
LOL ... may the key be found.
A base canard. The typical US Male is only too happy to be used.
The problem ensues in eradicating the tell-tale smirk which may be evidence of the use to which he has been put.
What he said.
I try never to use a US Male. Unless I want something.
That last sounds like an excellent plan! Someone’s selective amnesia just may miraculously reverse itself, given enough incentive! LOL!
Oh, that sounds *gorgeously* yummy!
We have these big soup-plate sized and shaped mushrooms here, but I’ve heard about the effects of muscarinic intoxication and am a coward. So glad you have experts!
The eggplant and chili w/eggs sounds really good. Serranos are scary. There are 6 zucchini in the fridge waiting to be converted into an omelette or fried slices. Are you successful with onions?
I thought that when I offerred a large cash reward for the DVD-player remote, but it turned out Frank had dropped it in a totally unexpected location! However, I still suspect Tom on this one, so we'll see. I could just buy a new lock and charge him, Elen, and Sally for it.
We haven’t tried growing onions, only chives, which do very well. Fanfan grows garlic.
We just had a 15-minute downpour, watered everything very nicely.
If the key doesn’t turn up, let me know so I can get another keychain for you!
I think I’m going to head for the air mattress. I managed to sweep and mop the kitchen floor (how did I ever get it done before the Swiffer Wet-Jet?) but haven’t gotten to the dishes.
Although I hate to do housework on Sunday, I may have to get some undies and sheets washed tomorrow.
Good luck! I have a terrible time mopping, because I can’t get the people out of the room long enough. Like brushing your teeth with oreos, as someone said ...
If you buy a new lock and charge Tom for it, he should have one of the keys.
That would defeat the purpose.
You may apply whatever rules you wish about who gets to use the key, or a key, but such a solution would prevent this problem from happening again.
Let's just stick to the basics - vanilla and chocolate.
I like dragonflies. When they start coming out in large numbers, I know that the mosquito population is about to plummet.
The best thing about the Swiffer is the fact that the cleaning liquids dry so fast.
And it’s easy on my back!
I’m off to watch the blanket shows! See ya tomorrow!
The purpose is to keep Tom from watching TV when he’s supposed to be doing something useful, so his having a key to the lock would be Fail.
On the top shelf of a six-foot bookcase, there is a copy of “The Southern Harmony,” the shape-note hymnal. This book is shorter in height than its front-to-back length; taller books are on either side.
There, atop “The Southern Harmony,” pushed all the way to the back of the shelf, was the missing key-ring. A passing squirrel? A curious jackdaw? Poe’s raven? No, it must have been Frank, who can reach the top shelf if he stands on a chair, then steps on the slightly higher shelf ...
I like dragonflies for the same reason. When we lived in Corpus Christi, they were like angels from heaven!
I had spaghetti squash with clam sauce for supper. The butter in the clam sauce probably cancelled out any benefit of eating squash instead of noodles, but it was good anyway.
No squash left, but I can use the remaining clam sauce on something tomorrow. Maybe spinach salad.
You know the regular white mushrooms you buy in the store? Well puffballs up here are the same color. The size is anywhere from a golf ball to a tennis ball and they are round.
Clean them up and taste or cook with them they taste milder than a regular white mushroom. They are also softer than regular mushrooms.
I only pick 3 types of mushrooms up here, do not trust any others.
Congrats on your chives! I grew luscious garlic chives in the desert. Glad you had rain—we had to H2O the garden today.
Gotta research that under-the-ground stuff more. Weird—was always much more at home under the ground—could get anywhere by subway—buses freaked me out. Didn’t know the routes and the street signs weren’t big enough to read.
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