Where bad choices make good stories
All entertaining and enjoyable. Love #20 that would be my dog.
Berner pups are the cutest. That one looks about three months. Berners are also pretty finicky about not fouling their nest/ home. If you let him sleep in your bed, keep a shop vac on hand. RIP Grizz. Miss you, buddy.
#5: I resemble that remark. But I already had filed for divorce by then, best decision I ever made.#6: Yummy!!!!!!!! Vegan rocks!
13. Had those in Atlanta when I was growing up.
# 12. Bum sleeping in our White House along with the pretend doctor and 75% of congress JD
#10 - No. No it doesn't.
Yeah, if it's a casual thing it won't have any effect on me. Once I'm in, I'm not done until we're both messy. I'll be anybody you want if that's what it takes.Now if it's my wife....?
re #13. We called them trackless trolleys. A driver said they cast $.29/mile to operate,vs $.98/mile for diesel buses, ~40 years ago. City traffic killed them in my city.Stay safe
Sure, they were in every decent sized city in Germany when I was stationed there back in the last century damn I feel old.
4. I would skip shift meetings because I just knew it might be about meDaryl
You think the N Koreans could make their hats a little bigger?
Electric busses, trollies, etc. COVERED city streets once. Then the big three auto makers came in and DESTROYED the entire option by convincing paid-off city councils that their gas/diesel busses were the solution. There was a great documentary covering this but I can't remember the name. Government as always was at the root of the evil and the corruption and its NO DIFFERENT today.
Haven’t been back to Boston in years but they used to have streetcars outside of the densest part of downtown, with a good subway system that complimented the streetcars. Dunno about now
As with other Democrat run cities, Boston has managed to fuck up the MBTA system by loading it down with incompetent hacks and lazy political hires. Shocking, I know.
#5: Seen that before, Oprah, Harry & that Markle woman.- WDS
#13: I'm told we had those where I live back in the 50s, which made sense given 100% of our electricity was and is hydro generated. I'm also told that General Motors Corporation was responsible for killing them off through a lot of heavy lobbying and other pressure.
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