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  • Holiday Handy-Dandy Helpful Household Hints

    11/29/2014 9:38:17 AM PST · 14 of 21
    par4 to JRandomFreeper

    Also use my leafblower to “vacuum” out the car. Open the doors and fire it up. No bending to get under the seats and it works great to the dust around the dash.

  • Here’s a little FYI for all those out there LOOTING for civil rights…

    11/26/2014 10:02:26 AM PST · 7 of 9
    par4 to The Looking Spoon
    Look at it as a change in the language.

    "Protest" or "Demonstration": When a group of people march, loot and burn,

    See William Tecumseh Sherman's "Demonstration" to the sea.

  • Drunken bicyclist arrested at Florida Taco Bell drive-thru

    11/20/2014 2:54:37 PM PST · 27 of 29
    par4 to Harmless Teddy Bear
    It was 3 am, how many cars was he blocking?

    Probably was a 24 hour place with drive-thru only in the wee hours and he wanted some rocket fuel for the trip home.

  • Selective Enforcement - A Tool for Our Side Too (vanity)

    11/17/2014 7:59:40 AM PST · 16 of 18
    par4 to BobL
    Get the economy moving by not enforcing Davis-Bacon Prevailing wage laws on Federal Projects.

    Would reduce the labor costs by 15% - 50% on each federal construction project. With labor at an average of 40%, a million dollar project would save 60K at the low end.

    Would also really put union leaders into a tizzy.


    11/12/2014 1:06:37 PM PST · 100 of 125
    par4 to Georgia Girl 2
    That’s a major factor in the popularity of the AR15 LOL

    For the one in pink, I'd suggest something with a little more stopping power, perhaps a 12 gauge with rifled slugs? Need a LOT of knockdown power.

  • Pizza Hut overhauls menu amid US sales slide; curry and ginger flavored crusts on the way

    11/10/2014 4:39:36 PM PST · 66 of 77
    par4 to HamiltonJay; ctdonath2
    Sorry, not buying it.

    When I order Sicilian I expect a 1 1/2" to 2" thick square pie, made with dough that has risen in a pan before baking, no oil - maybe a spray of non-stick if the pans are new, but not oily. Deep dish? That's for Chicago.

    Of course, where I am in in northern NJ one chooses by who's making the pies at any one of 5 pizza shops within a mile of the house (there are more than 5, but some just don't make the cut). And that is not a joke, when Mike is cooking at Bruno's then we drive the extra mile. If Angelo isn't at his namesake, we go elsewhere. Want extra thin - Mario's.

    Haven't been in a Pizza Hut or Domino's in at least 20 years; 4 or 5 years ago the wife wanted to try Pizzeria Uno - we ate a couple of bites, paid and left.

  • NJ, Tea Party Vote "NO" to the Ballot Questions, 11-04-14

    11/03/2014 12:32:05 PM PST · 9 of 12
    par4 to Coleus

    When my wife and I were going over the sample ballot this morning I said the same thing on question 1 - how can anyone even think that this will pass muster? No bail if they don’t want to give you bail? Talk about an opportunity for abuse.

  • 3 Reasons Why Halloween is Stupid – Part 2

    10/17/2014 9:49:38 AM PDT · 44 of 53
    par4 to lifeofgrace

    I’d guess that you’d be considered persona non grata in Sleepy Hollow this time of year...

  • U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 14-Year Low

    10/16/2014 3:51:27 PM PDT · 23 of 24
    par4 to kearnyirish2
    We are neighbors, I'm 16W but really right by 153, near Upper Montclair Country Club. They have been repairing Rte.3 over the Passaic River for what must be 5 years now and it's still not done.

    The worst part is that they never join the old road with the new smoothly and the crunch is horrible. I tell the wife that in any other state there would be huge "Bump in Road" signs, in NJ it's the way it's done. Keeps the suspension and tire shops in business. Also the windshield people. I go through one every 2 years.

    And for this I get to enjoy the rewards of thd highest property taxes around.

  • U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 14-Year Low

    10/16/2014 11:31:48 AM PDT · 12 of 24
    par4 to Red Badger
    2 weeks ago I mentioned to the wife that the election is near, gas prices will be coming down.

    Under $3 last weekend in NJ, maybe I should open a psychic call in line...


    09/29/2014 4:46:09 PM PDT · 36 of 38
    par4 to katana
    Funny you mention that, a couple of weeks ago the wife wanted to pick up a couple items at Wal-Mart and, sure enough, one of theose 300 pound plus drivers backed up right into me. No attempt on the part of the driver to even turn his head and look behind, he just assumed that the back up beep would clear the path.

    I was able to avoid being run over and yelled out something like "Watch it" which got me a nasty look.

    A minute later I was walking down a main aisle and had to move a little to avoid a cart coming the other way. Sure enough, he was right on my tail moving at whatever the top speed is of those carts and hit me again, luckily I felt him behind and wasn't hit hard. Then he cursed me out for getting in his way.

    Told the wife that if I had been really injured the lawyers at Wal-Mart had better have proof that he was qualified to operate that damn scooter because he was a menace to everyone in the store.

  • Fire, Apparent Suicide Attempt At FAA Center Snarl Air Traffic

    09/26/2014 10:13:12 AM PDT · 6 of 7
    par4 to Steelfish
    Real mess, I was flying on United out of Detroit to Chicago then back to Baltimore, scheduled departure for 7:45 am. At 7:30 or so the flight crew left the plane and advised there was a fire in Chicago, they thought at the control tower, but my flight was cancelled. Much insanity followed.

    Called the United Premiere line (I fly a lot) and tried to reschedule. The United reps in Chicago weren't even aware of anything yet. Apparently my flight was still showing on time. After what seemed like hours but was only about 5 minutes the word began to spread.The united rep got me rebooked on a direct flight on another airline within minutes. Tip of the hat to United reservations people, but the poor gate agents were swamped when I left.

  • Alibaba: The ChiCom Dream?

    09/21/2014 5:28:30 AM PDT · 21 of 33
    par4 to 2ndDivisionVet
    They are infamous in the coin collector community for selling counterfeit coins and gold and silver bars. The even advertise how their gold and silver plated bars will pass for real ingots by weight and magnetic properties etc.

    Causing some havoc in the investment markets for inexperienced people. Basically scammers.

  • Bible May Solve Colossal Ancient Iceberg Riddle

    09/15/2014 1:51:50 PM PDT · 26 of 27
    par4 to RegulatorCountry; Ha Ha Thats Very Logical; JimSEA
    From the article:

    Assuming a biblical timeline, massive amounts of volcanic activity took place during the Flood year and immediately afterward. The volcanic ash from these eruptions would have blocked out enough solar radiation to cool the atmosphere for hundreds of years after the Flood waters subsided—just what was needed to form the thick ice sheets that existed during the centuries-long ice age.

    I've read the book, must have missed the part about all the ice that lasted for "Centuries" after the flood. I would have thought that someone may have mentioned it since Noah and his band of survivors probably didn't plan on winter gear when they landed.

  • PBS is running a Ken Burns documentary on “The Roosevelts.” Here’s what he won’t show

    09/15/2014 1:00:29 PM PDT · 55 of 84
    par4 to tanknetter

    Or You Tube

    Probably one of the funniest "documentaries" out there.

  • Congressman wants to ban sale of enhanced body armor to civilians

    08/22/2014 9:57:11 AM PDT · 31 of 49
    par4 to servo1969
    Didn't stop Ned Kelly back in 1880.

    Of course his armor wasn't exactly stylish or unobtrusive but it you're out to do some killin' armor is armor.

  • Double amputee continues legal spree by suing Ralph Lauren

    08/07/2014 6:20:40 PM PDT · 5 of 13
    par4 to Jim Robinson

    Guy is eventually going to file a suit against the wrong club and he’s going to disappear somewhere in the swamps of Jersey.

  • Teen Goes Into Coma After Eating Toxic Fish

    07/23/2014 6:19:51 PM PDT · 15 of 36
    par4 to Mercat
    When I was on Kwajalein last year, one of the rules was - if you catch any reef fish, consult a Marshallese local before eating. The locals know which can be eaten and which should not.

    Of couse, best is catch, photo and release.

  • School leader mocks Michelle O’s bake sale restrictions: We can’t fundraise ‘selling carrot sticks’

    07/09/2014 12:34:37 PM PDT · 17 of 21
    par4 to cyclotic

    Sound suspiciously like something Felix Unger would like.

  • Did Angkor really see a dinosaur?

    06/23/2014 12:13:01 PM PDT · 27 of 63
    par4 to tacticalogic
    Don't confuse the issue with logic, there has to be an explanation. After all, since the speed of light is slowing down and

    Look a squirrel.....

    Where was I?

  • Seattle Times: We won't use Redskins name in our newspaper

    06/19/2014 9:34:17 AM PDT · 83 of 115
    par4 to MeshugeMikey
    I would suggest a more innocent name, something like a little bird

    the DC tufted titmouse

    GO TITS...

    Or the woodpeckers, yeah the DC Peckers.

  • WH on Lerner Emails: 'You've Never Heard of a Computer Crashing Before?'

    06/17/2014 12:38:13 PM PDT · 54 of 59
    par4 to TigersEye
    Don’t send a check and don’t file a return. When the IRS asks you about it tell them you did and they must have lost it in a computer crash. Everyone now knows that they have no backup systems at all. lol

    I am thinking of sending them a revised return with a full refund and claiming that Lois Lerner approved my request to be an exempt organization. I have the mail she sent around here somewhere....

    The IRS must have a copy.

  • Both at Home and Abroad, Obama's Presidency is Floundering

    04/19/2014 8:15:09 AM PDT · 32 of 41
    par4 to Dr. Bogus Pachysandra
    Hooray - a kindred soul when it comes to flounder / founder. Flounder are fish. Flounder flop. Ships founder, as do ships of state.

    I've actually had someone in a meeting "gently" correct me when I used foundering. Of course, he was someone who loved to say irregardless.

  • Air Force apologizes to family after armed traffic stop (Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio)

    04/11/2014 6:23:23 AM PDT · 64 of 111
    par4 to The Working Man
    Happened to me once too with much less excitement; entered the "booth" - swipe, PIN and Argus. Heard the mag locks slam shut. Banged on the glass to get someone to let me out.

    Since the guards saw me every day and knew that I didn't have a weapon (the metal detector would have gone crazy if you even had on a belt), they let me back out onto the unsecure side and said "what did you do?

    Database error, couple of hours waiting for it to get straightened out. Had to wait until the next day to get back in, took a pretty good hazing when i got there.

    But the guards were very professional and did not overreact in the least.

  • 36% of Workers Have Less Than $1,000 in Savings

    03/18/2014 6:41:06 AM PDT · 20 of 37
    par4 to Resolute Conservative
    Good choice, I put all mine in gold coins buried under a tree in California.

    Wait a minute.....

  • Sarah Palin vs. Mitch McConnell (Senate Conservatives Fund email)

    03/14/2014 12:33:08 PM PDT · 35 of 43
    par4 to cotton1706
    I wrote the below about Scott Brown in July 2011:

    About 6 months ago, on the coffee table in his office in the Russell Building he had two books. One was Teddy Kennedy’s and one was Harry Reid’s. That, in and of itself, should help with your questions.

    Now really, would even a mildly conservative politician have those 2 books on the coffee table in his Senate Office? He's an opportunist, nothing more.

  • Search for lost jet expands amid signs it flew on

    03/14/2014 11:00:27 AM PDT · 52 of 82
    par4 to Jack Hydrazine

    Transponder codes are issues by Air Traffic Control before each flight, they are not specific to an aircraft.

    In order to get a transponder code, you have to file a flight plan and one will be issued.

    Or fly VFR (1200).

  • Theories Behind Missing Flight MH370 (Passenger Cell Phones Ring,Then Hang Up)

    03/11/2014 4:54:39 PM PDT · 49 of 66
    par4 to lbryce
    Last year I was on the lovely tropical island of Kwajalein. No, repeat no cell phone service on US systems (there is a local system but it is pretty much Marshall Island only). Land line or internet protocol only if you have access, which is pretty much limited to a couple of areas.

    People calling me left voice mail messages even though my outgoing message said that I was not able to receive any phone calls until I got back to the states. You could tell who didn't listed to the message by what their message was; they didn't notice that I wasn't in cell range, in fact my phone was off.

  • Who’s the Villain Here? (vomit alert)

    03/06/2014 9:54:54 AM PST · 9 of 11
    par4 to laweeks
    “We have a weak and indecisive president that invites aggression,” scolded Senator Lindsey Graham (revealing his own weakness: grammar).

    Having taught grammar for quite a few years, I'm wondering where there's a grammar weakness . . . maybe "that" for "who"?

    How about the Times didn't get the punctuation correct:

    “We have a weak and indecisive president; that invites aggression."

    I can't believe that I am supporting Lindsey. How embarrassing.

  • Chevrolet Sells 1,210 Volts In February, Off 26% From 2013

    03/04/2014 2:11:25 PM PST · 18 of 18
    par4 to Sacajaweau
    This quote is also in the report: "After all, Level 2 charging or not, everyone's got a 110-Volt socket somewhere."

    Sounds great until you really spend a few minutes thinking about it. First, you will need the outlet to be GFCI, that's a given for outdoor outlets today but to be certain you should probably carry a GFCI adapter. After all, you cannot be certain that the outlet has the protection and OSHA is pretty adamant on having ground fault protection.

    Second, the cord has to be protected from foot traffic as well as vehicular. Foot traffic is the main hazard, no one would ever think about running an extension cord across a driveway without properly rated covers, would they? So, if the cord runs across the ground far enough for a person to walk between the car and the outlet a cone would be necessary. Trip hazards, you know.

    Third, if there is no outside outlet, the OSHA regulations really kick in, cord protection against pinching, no running through holes without bushings etc.

    That doesn't even take into consideration that the cords have to be inspected for cuts or abrasions, tested to ensure that the ground wire is intact etc.

    It all seems laughable when you can just run an extension cord, and it's no big deal at home. At a business however there's a big liability factor. If I'm walking down the sidewalk and trip on an extension cord and get shocked, the business if going to have a long visit from the OSHA people and their EMR is going to go up considerably. Fines are a real possibility too.

  • Couple That Found $10 Million in Gold Coins Will Have to Hand Over HOW MUCH in Taxes?

    03/01/2014 6:43:47 AM PST · 30 of 54
    par4 to rktman
    I would disagree with the Governmen't position. The value of the coins once sold is different from the value of the coins originally assigned them by the government.

    In other words, since these coins are, and technically remain, legal tender of the United States, then they are redeemable for their face value. A $20 gold piece is, as currency, worth 20 dollars, just like a 1979 penny is worth a penny even though the copper content is worth more.

    You could make a case that if they are sold for more than the value assigned that is a captial gain, but until sold they are only "worth" face value.

  • Speedy Glaciers Trample Multiple Ice-Age Theories (article)

    02/19/2014 1:32:13 PM PST · 16 of 16
    par4 to afsnco
    The Mt. St Helens canyon was one-fortieth the depth of the grand canyon, not one-fourth.

    Even the ICR uses this number and also says: "In Spirit lake, north of the volcano, an enormous water wave, initiated by one-eighth cubic mile of rockslide debris, stripped trees from slopes as high as 850 feet above the pre-eruption water level. The total energy output, on May 18, was equivalent to 400 million tons of TNT - approximately 20,000 Hiroshima-size atomic bombs."

    Impressive. Let's compare to the Grand Canyon. The Colorado River travels over 1400 miles to the Gulf of California. The amount of rock that would need to be moved would be orders of magnitude greater, there would be hundreds of cubic miles of rock which would eventually end up in the Pacific Ocean. The amount of water required to move that much rock and disperse it into the ocean would be thousands of cubic miles of water. With that much force behind it there is no possible way that the Colorado River would make multiple "U" turns on its journey to the sea. That much force would cut a straight path with very shallow sloped sides, not deep canyons with vertical walls made of limestone, shale and sandstone.

  • NJ to Wyoming: Butt Out of Our Gun Laws

    02/19/2014 1:01:41 PM PST · 37 of 49
    par4 to Tenacious 1
    States "have broad powers to set gun policy, and in ours, a strong majority supports strict laws,"

    Let's try this revision: States "have broad powers to set marriage policy, and in ours, a strong majority does not support gay marriage and the state does not recognize same sex marriages from other states".

    Want to bet on whether a court will overturn that law?

  • Vanity: Seeking advice on buying silver

    02/14/2014 8:41:26 PM PST · 58 of 68
    par4 to gitmo

    Because the Chinese are faking bullion like 1 ounce bars while pre-64 silver US coins are not faked (except rare ones like proofs). So if you have a mercury dime you can easily determine its value, with a bullion coin or bar you really need to get an assay to be sure.

  • 20 percent of Obamacare enrollees failed to pay their premium

    02/14/2014 10:04:18 AM PST · 10 of 11
    par4 to yoe
    In addition, some people must have changed their minds about whether they wanted coverage,

    Kind of gives a whole new meaning to the idea that health insurance is mandatory, doesn't it?

  • Man who shot cop during raid thought he was defending pregnant girlfriend from robbers

    02/10/2014 1:36:25 PM PST · 28 of 47
    par4 to Ol' Dan Tucker
    In any event, just how does one destroy five pounds of marijuana during a police raid?

    If Bob Marley were alive, he'd know how. (/s)

  • Pastafarian Town Council Member Sworn in While Wearing a Colander on His Head

    01/09/2014 1:59:52 PM PST · 44 of 77
    par4 to tcrlaf
    My nephew was married in a semi-pastafarian ceremony, guests were dressed as pirates or ninjas. It was a nice ceremony with almost all attendees joining in the celebration.

    Since I am known as the strange uncle, I dressed as the Spanish Inquisition (no one expects the Spanish Inquisition).

  • Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee: Change the Word 'Welfare' to 'Transitional Living Fund'

    01/08/2014 8:46:46 AM PST · 39 of 83
    par4 to Sub-Driver
    What a great idea - we should also change the Preamble from "Promote the General Welfare" to "Provide for Transitional Living".

    Or not.....

  • Is global warming behind polar vortex?

    01/07/2014 5:44:11 AM PST · 39 of 82
    par4 to SMGFan
    It's just as likely that one of the turtles that support the world had a bad case of gas.

    After all, it's turtles all the way down.

  • Bill Nye “The Science Guy” will debate founder of Creation Museum in Kentucky

    01/03/2014 8:35:45 AM PST · 37 of 110
    par4 to Conservaliberty
    This is a false statement. Ham does not believe that the earth was made “in a couple of days.” He believes it was exactly six days.

    This misrepresentation is to purposely make Ham look like an idiot.

    It wasn't exactly 6 days, wasn't the first day separating light and dark?

    How many days to make the Earth is the question, the answer does not appear to be six.

  • Huckabee Promotes GOP-E, Demeans Conservatives

    12/29/2013 7:02:41 AM PST · 23 of 42
    par4 to Diogenesis
    I will repeat what I said in 2011 when I was in Scott Brown's office in the Russell Building. He had two books on his coffee table, Harry Reid's and Ted Kennedy's.
  • Crystal Ball: 2014

    12/28/2013 5:25:14 PM PST · 36 of 39
    par4 to SeekAndFind
    The Super Bowl is often the most watched show of the year, but this year’s edition provides an unprecedented novelty act—a chance to see a championship decided in a winter wonderland in New York in February.

    The Super Bowl is being held in New Jersey, not New York.

    Nice try, Carnac,,,,,,

  • The man who saved the lightbulb

    12/18/2013 6:39:35 PM PST · 19 of 30
    par4 to kitchen
    "Daylight" fluorescents are 5000K, what was previously referred to as cool white is 4100K and warm white was 3000K. 3500K is a middle value used more in offices to cut back on the bluer tinge of the 4100K lamps without the yellow appearance of the 3000K lamps,

    The manufacturers are marketing compact fluorescent lamps at 2700K as similar to incandescents since they are closer to the red end of the spectrum like an incandescent.

    6500K are available, but not commonly available and the cost is much more than 4100K. The metal halides you see at warehouse stores run around 5000K.

  • Best Creation News of 2013: Astronomy

    12/18/2013 1:56:40 PM PST · 67 of 73
    par4 to Fuzz; kimtom
    “also note Fuzz (y) had no hair , nor brains and “Parfore” is Slavonian for toothless, I equate with lack of brushing or hygiene.” What’s that all about?

    It's the equivalent of taking one's ball and going home because you can't change the rules to your advantage.

    Or, in this case, the correct response, in keeping with the moon theme would be:

    Yeah, your mama's so fat she has little women orbiting her

  • Best Creation News of 2013: Astronomy

    12/18/2013 1:27:20 PM PST · 63 of 73
    par4 to BrandtMichaels; freedumb2003; Fuzz
    From a mathematician viewpoint the long ages evolution answers are so far from anything reasonable

    Evolution? And here I thought we were (or at least I was) discussing the age of the rocks brought back from the moon.

    What does evolution have to do with the discussion? Did microteslas evolve differently on the moon? Let's keep the insults somewhat close to the discussion.

    vain godless attempts at scientific reasoning.

    Reason me this, where is the scientific proof that "any magnetism somehow produced by an impact would persist no longer than about 10,000 years" as stated by Humphries. One peer reviewed study will suffice, two is, of course better.

  • Best Creation News of 2013: Astronomy

    12/18/2013 12:24:31 PM PST · 54 of 73
    par4 to freedumb2003
    Curses, foiled again.....

    It does frustrate me no end when a scientist's work is carefully mined to find tiny nuggets that can be used to promote an opposite conclusion that sounds good to those who want to believe in that other outcome. Frankly, I do not usually get involved in these discussions, I just read them for amusement. Sometimes, though, you have to see where the rabbit hole leads. And when the articles date rocks at billions of years old, it's hard to figure out how you can then conclude that this is proof that they are really only 6,000 years old.

  • Best Creation News of 2013: Astronomy

    12/18/2013 11:12:32 AM PST · 50 of 73
    par4 to BrandtMichaels; freedumb2003
    Citing Humphreys is another circular trail leading back to a creation "science" article. However, with a little digging into his footnotes we find a small problem:

    Proceedings of the Sixth Lunar Science Conference, Pergamon Press, New York pp. 3049–3062, 1975. For example, accurate tests on sample number 62235, a basalt taken by Apollo 15 astronauts near the Descartes highlands, showed it had cooled down in a 1.2 Gauss magnetic field, twice as strong as the 0.6 Gauss field at the Earth’s magnetic poles today.

    So, the ejected basalt (ejected by a collision that formed a large crater) cooled down in a magnetic field that was twice as strong as the magnetic field is on Earth at the poles today. And, that basalt was ejected 3.6 billion years ago, although the AR /AR dating may be off by 170 million years, give or take a couple million. The temperature that was when ejected was something like 650C which caused the minor discrepancy (about 5%) in the dating.

    What the moon's former magnetic field strength was 3 plus billion years ago has to do with the Earth's today is apparently there for informational purposes.

    I am in agreement with the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster that global temperatures have been rising as a result of the decline of pirates. However, with the resurgence of the Somalis, temps are going down again. Maybe I should submit a paper for peer review?

    Time to play chess with my parrot.

  • Best Creation News of 2013: Astronomy

    12/18/2013 10:20:08 AM PST · 38 of 73
    par4 to freedumb2003
    The footnote about the magnetic field of the moon does - eventually - lead back to an actual scientific publication. Unfortunately for the ICR, that publication dates the basalt rocks studied as being almost 4 billion years old and indicate that the dynamo that caused the magnetic field to form lasted 160 million years longer than previously thought.

    Abstract from the Nat'l Academy of Sciences:

    "The lifetime of the ancient lunar core dynamo has implications for its power source and the mechanism of field generation. Here, we report analyses of two 3.56-Gy-old mare basalts demonstrating that they were magnetized in a stable and surprisingly intense dynamo magnetic field of at least ∼13 μT. These data extend the known lifetime of the lunar dynamo by ∼160 My and indicate that the field was likely continuously active until well after the final large basin-forming impact. This likely excludes impact-driven changes in rotation rate as the source of the dynamo at this time in lunar history. Rather, our results require a persistent power source like precession of the lunar mantle or a compositional convection dynamo".

    How the ICR then determined from this paper that "But granting this model for the sake of argument, it still fails because any magnetism somehow produced by an impact would persist no longer than about 10,000 years. That's not nearly long enough to fit their long-age ideas." Where the 10,000 year maximum life comes from is not cited.

    Taking real science and spinning the results is only making the author look foolish, citing one's own papers is just plain dishonest.

  • Breaking: Microsoft exec to take over rescue

    12/17/2013 1:46:11 PM PST · 59 of 85
    par4 to Bookwoman
    As long as it's as user friendly as Project, all will be well.

    Do I really need the /S?

  • Noah's Ark 'Was a Massive Double-Decker Coracle'

    12/16/2013 1:39:17 PM PST · 122 of 181
    par4 to sportutegrl
    The could have been carried by African swallows

    But African swallows are non-migratory, sorry