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Suz

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    Dzldoc

    Dzldoc, I got a kick out of your posts when I was in here awhile back. Sure hope you are doing okay.
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    Pet Peeves

    Pet peeve: people who forget how to drive every time it snows
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    Hot pics of Jimmy

    It looks like Bonham's wearing an apron in this one. Just thought that was funny. Nevermind
  4. Two of my faves have already been mentioned: Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas and Catcher In The Rye. I also loved The Mists of Avalon, though I read that many years ago. I still have it, so maybe it's time to read it again. Let's see....I love Christopher Hitchen's God Is Not Great, but that's the only one of his I've read. I've read a bunch of his articles, though, and really really like his writing. I can't believe how many of the classics I still haven't read. You guys put me to shame. Barbara Kingsolver's The Bean Trees was a really good read, too. That's about all I can think of at the moment, but I'm now inspired to read more than The Onion on a regular basis!
  5. Amen to that shit BTW, Tom Cruise is soooo creepy now.
  6. Cereal and string cheese.
  7. Spats, do you have any mantyhose? I just heard that word today and after I laughed myself silly, I thought of you
  8. I put crackers in my sandwiches and fries in my burgers. I like cream cheese and jam sandwiches. I just asked my offspring, "What weird things do I eat?" and she said, "Everything." I put sour cream on pizza. Tonight I had a cheeseburger with Raisinettes. I like to mix the food together on my plate. I'll even mix a dessert thing with meat and eat it. Yuck. I've never even thought about this before.
  9. It's very icy and the roads are bad. I hate winter. I love everything else about Minnesota, though.
  10. TV- I love Dot on "Eastenders" and Sheldon on "The Big Bang Theory." I have to agree with Spats re: Heath Ledger's Joker- really really weird and gets under your skin. I forgot-- that new show "Fringe" is awesome, and the old scientist character the FBI sprang from the loony bin to help with their bizarre cases is really a great actor, IMO.
  11. I'm 38 and white, and I could no more say that all hip hop is crap then I could say all rock and roll is crap. It all comes from the same place, and the older I get the more sick I get of people taking entire genres of music and trashing them. I personally would love to see the mashup of Whole Lotta Love and Drop it Like it's Hot released as a single. That is the coolest thing I've heard in a long time. Zeppelin were one of the white English bands that brought the blues back home to America in a time when we were still so segregated that a lot of whites didn't have much exposure to the roots of the incredible music in our own back yards. And those original American artists got far, far more respect overseas than they did here in the USA. I see hip hop as a current stage in American musical evolution, and the songs are about the same stuff as classic rock and roll songs are. The complaints about it are the same, as well. There are matters of taste, which are what they are. But then there's closing our ears, and I've seen those two things confused a lot. This is no specific comment on anyone here; I've just heard the same old stuff said about it so many times in my life that I wanted to put my two cents in. Very good thread topic.
  12. Obama never got down in the dirt with the sleazy fuckheads who have been trying (unsuccessfully ) to divide and scare us. He ran on hope and won on hope. We are fortunate to be here now, to see this moment in American history. I've never in my lifetime seen anyone more destined for something than he was to be president. He represents the best in all of us, and the world needed him as much as we did. There is a little village in Kenya, and a little village in Ireland that are celebrating with us, because he has relations in both of them. Perhaps there are people here who are afraid that they now will be treated as they have treated others in this country, for generations. Rest assured, others have better things to do.
  13. Dear Dubya, You lowered the bar to new depths and half the frickin country fell for it. I am happy to finally join the 21st century as the door doesn't hit your ass on the way out. Good riddance, fuckhead, and take your cynical, sleazy, pandering dildos of an administration with you. Damn that felt good.
  14. Oh happy day Times a million. I'm still too moved to put it into words.
  15. I know more than one person this has happened to. Shit, I myself had light bleeding in my 8th month of pregnancy and had the nerve to go to the nearest hospital (out of network! I am such a fool!) That only cost me 500 bucks and a yearlong fight with my insurance company. I know someone (with insurance) who owed 35, 000 to the insurance company. I also know someone (without insurance) who owed 250, 000. That's 4 zeros. It's only a matter of time before something like this happens to everyone. I don't care who you are (unless you're in congress). ANYONE can get laid off, ANYONE can get sick. It will happen to you or someone in your family. I'm not sure where anyone got the idea that healthcare in the US is a privelege, but it's really embarassing to our country.
  16. Yes we do. when it's in our bodies the point is that no one has the right to decide for US. No one else can make that decision, and if it were the other way around and men could get pregnant there would be no argument about this. You can cry for the unborn children all you want, and I understand why. But the moment a woman looses the right to make choices involving her own body is is the moment she's not a full citizen. Consider it the lesser of two evils if that's how you look at it. It is a private matter, and do you ever wonder why other western countries aren't bitching about this? (Not to mention briging up people's religions in politics and all this stuff we inexplicably sink to). It is PRIVATE. Go mentor a kid. Or you could try to find all the women who have had abortions- would you head to the clinic and take down license plate numbers and call them murderers to their faces? Please.
  17. I think it's all good til the kiddies get involved. Even Zeppelin can gross me out when I think about it.
  18. I guess my point is that a 13 year old is not a woman. What's with those moms who would whore their kids out to rock stars like that?
  19. Yeah, because registration fraud is so much worse than election fraud
  20. Ewwwwwww. I remember that story. I hope somebody slapped that girl's mother from here to timbuktu. That is some sick shit.
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