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Mar 10th 2009 4:17PM Not really sure now's the best time to be visiting Riga, as their government just collapsed.
Dec 11th 2008 2:08PM This sounds phenomenal. It would be perfect for a gray, blah day at work... which is exactly what I'm having right now. *wonders if she has enough time for a grocery store run*
Nov 12th 2008 5:03PM Wow, I don't even like Ryan Adams, but this is a great song. It makes me want to go away, just so I can miss being home.
Sep 8th 2008 6:19PM I definitely get and really like the trend towards natural pet food. What I don't understand, however, is feeding dogs vegetarian food. I'm nearly vegetarian, and I don't think it's a strange dietary choice for humans, but for dogs and cats who are naturally hunters, it seems strange to me, and bad nutrition.
Aug 21st 2008 12:56PM I think it's kind of a no-brainer, but pasta salad, definitely better the next day.
Aug 15th 2008 5:07PM The cup of coffee I'm actually drinking right now was an wonderfully affordable $0.90. I work in Newark, NJ and my 10 oz cup came from a wonderful local coffee shop called T.M. Ward's. I'm there nearly every day!
Jun 16th 2008 2:48PM I hope other airlines get on this bandwagon!! I disagree that only 20-30 year old males would be in on this. For one thing, I'm female (though in the age range) and I'd be all about this. Too bad I can't afford to fly first class and I don't like United. :/
May 21st 2008 11:26AM Though I'm not completely surprised, I am incensed. I can't wait for airlines to start losing more and more money as people choose trains and cars for smaller trips. I sure won't be flying AA.
May 16th 2008 12:27PM Bugs. Anything with insects. There are a ton of other things I won't eat, either; like internal organs and such but I could never eat something with a bug in it. Ugggh. I have a hard enough time with crayfish.
May 3rd 2008 3:41PM To John: If you can afford to live in Manhattan, you can afford to move somewhere else.