I don’t believe “her”

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  1. Figs!

  2. Jon Lovitz would be a better SCOTUS pick.

  3. I don’t think I’m an asshole. More of a bitch.

  4. Hey, I was told there would be no assholes here!

  5. Shutup woman bake me some cookies.

  6. So I bet you’re asking, “Who let BrewFan in!”

  7. Hey, I was told there would be no assholes here!

    Someone take that mirror away from Brew.

  8. Bet she can’t bake a biscuit either!

  9. Next person to comment on this thread has to change MCPO’s Depends™

  10. So I bet you’re asking, “Who let BrewFan in!”

    GET OUT OF MY HEAD!!!!!

  11. We have a winner!!

  12. I bake one batch of cookies in my whole fucking life, and suddenly everybody wants me to bake’em shit. Fuck that.

  13. So I bet you’re asking, “Who let BrewFan in!”

    No, I’m trying to remember who let me in.

  14. *grabs baby powder*

    *clips clothespin to nose*

  15. *hands SeanM a big diaper, baby powder, and a hazmat suit*

  16. What kind did you make, Sky?

  17. Sky – I dreamed that you and I were riding bikes. They looked like this: http://tinyurl.com/2g9lssg

  18. Michael, eat me.

  19. Chief, that’s an awesome bike. I need to go bike riding more often. The heat out here makes it damn near impossible.

    Leon, I made chocolate chip cookies. They are actually pretty good, although I kind of burned the first set to go in the oven. Which is all right. Trial and error. The next two batches were delish.

  20. Michael, eat me.

    Hi Brew — and ăn tôi.

  21. No, I’m trying to remember who let me in.

    It doesn’t matter. You’re here now, so you might as well help us test the new security system. All you have to do is run across the back lawn. The motion detector linked chain guns will take care of the rest.

  22. Sky, Alton Brown’s “chewy” recipe is — bar none — the best cookie recipe ever. The same alterations can be made to oatmeal cookies. They came out good enough I got propositioned.

    By a woman, even.

  23. Screw cookies.

    I like pie.

  24. Mr. Ember had a few laughs at me in the process of making said cookies, but they turned out okay at the end of the day, and Ember Jr. had a great time making them with me – which was really the point. I don’t eat cookies, Leon, so I don’t really care how they taste – but the husband and the girl both seem to like’em, so I’m okay with it.

    Plus, it’s a new milestone in my life. I have never made anything from scratch. Ever. I was super proud of myself this morning.

  25. …The next two batches were delish.
    I bet Sky!

    I made all kinds of stuff today, for tomorrow Bacon Chipotle potato salad, Cheddar Bacon spread, garlic lemon butter, and Wasabi soy mayo.

    The steak is marinating in a Orange, ginger soy sesame marinade.

    Not sure what else I am going to cook.

  26. It doesn’t matter. You’re here now, so you might as well help us test the new security system.

    BiW, your opinion simply does not count, for three valid reasons.

    1. I think it was Peej who let me in.

    2. Peej has awesome hooters.

    3. You don’t.

  27. “Screw cookies.

    I like pie.”

    Duly noted, my dearest.

  28. Plus, it’s a new milestone in my life. I have never made anything from scratch. Ever. I was super proud of myself this morning.

    Huh. Well, mazel tov. I’ve been cooking since I was 5, so I think of it differently.

  29. Batfart – I hope you and the lovely Cathy are enjoying your weekend.

  30. I was super proud of myself this morning.

    *puts Ember’s drawing of a horsey up on the fridge*

  31. Xbad,

    Have you ever heard that expression easy as pie?

    Buy pie crust, buy pie filling, bake.

    It is rather easy…

  32. Buy pie crust, buy pie filling, bake.

    May as well just buy a pie.

  33. Batfart – I hope you and the lovely Cathy are enjoying your weekend.

    Thanks, Chief, we are.

    I am heading out to burn some cow flesh right now. BBL.

  34. 1. I think it was Peej who let me in.

    2. Peej has awesome hooters.

    3. You don’t.

    Bitch, please. You’ve never seen my moobs, and I’ve actually written a few opinions. Have you?

  35. “Huh. Well, mazel tov. I’ve been cooking since I was 5, so I think of it differently.”

    I don’t cook at all. My mother never taught me any of the household stuff when I was a kid. A few years ago, the husband and daughter were spending a few weeks with his family in St. Louis, and I will never forget how embarrassed I was when I had to call him to ask him to walk me through doing laundry. He came home, looked in the fridge, and realized that while they’d been gone, all I had eaten were frozen dinners.

    I’m kind of useless around the house.

  36. Mmmmm, cold, canned peaches!

  37. “*puts Ember’s drawing of a horsey up on the fridge*”

    Yay! SHUT UP HORSE GET ON THE FRIDGE!

  38. I’m kind of useless around the house.

    Well, maybe, but you’re really hot, so I think Mr. Ember will probably keep you.

  39. That was interesting Chief. I was fairly familiar with the story but had not seen that particular video. I feel really bad for whoever had to make the decision to hold off on the rescue.

  40. “Well, maybe, but you’re really hot, so I think Mr. Ember will probably keep you.”

    Plus, he hasn’t had to work in 5 years. That might change now, but he’s rather enjoyed five years of being married to a woman who told him to stay home, go to school, and watch the kid.

  41. Don’t cry for me, Moronosphere. I’m going to die a happy man.

    Of course they’re not gonna cry for you. All the mens are lining up to comfort Cathy.

  42. >>>You’ve never seen my moobs, and I’ve actually written a few opinions. Have you?

    Yeah. For example, Noise

    Quoted and linked by Hot Air, Ace, Instapundit, ASOSHQ, and many others.

    Over 13,500 hits came back to IB.

  43. I might buy a pie at the store later. No one here ever makes them for me.

    Speaking of buying….

    Heir No. Two lost his first tooth Wednesday night. He didn’t say a thing to me Thursday morning when I was getting him dressed and driving him to my In-laws.

    I got about 4 miles down the road when my M-I-L texted me and asked “What happened to *****’s tooth?”

    I called right away, and said he never said any thing to me , and I didn’t know he lost it. She started laughing and said she asked him where it was. He told her “In my bed, Nana. I need to go buy a new one.”

  44. “I might buy a pie at the store later. No one here ever makes them for me.”

    I said duly noted, which I thought implied that I would make you a fucking pie. Do I have to spell everything out for you?

  45. Xbad,
    I made a strawberry pie with home grown strawberrys! Slice, sugar for 24 hours. Add Vanilla, Nutmeg, and cornstarch. Place in pie crust, add lattice top. Bake. Done.

  46. >> I’ve actually written a few opinions.

    Shut up, really?

  47. Ember, my sister decided to get married at 17. Mom decided to teach us how to cook at the same time, so I not only started cooking at the age of 9, it came in handy when Mom had gall bladder surgery when I was 10.

    My sister is a terrible cook. I’m teaching my kids now.

  48. I’m not ashamed to say I’m handy to have around the house. I took cooking classes in junior high, I worked at a bakery for awhile, I do laundry, and I clean.

    I’d make a good wife.

  49. Plus, he hasn’t had to work in 5 years…..

    Will you marry me Sky?

    I am a good cook!
    Umm.. I suck at cleaning, we might need to hire a maid.

    I think that might be a minus….I am fat, bald, and ugly, Ok -4….Never mind!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  50. Great BiW!
    Tell heir #2 a total stranger said hi!

  51. I don’t cook the kinds of dishes I am capable of, largely because children are Philistines, culinarily speaking, and because I married someone who actually prefers boring and bland food.

    When I still lived at home, my Dad and I had dueling chinese nights. I make a stellar curried chicken that will melt your face off, and his spicy beef and broccoli would set fire to an ice floe.

    My Mom would come home from work sometimes to find us eating, chopsticks in hand, with flushed faces, runny noses, and tears streaming from our eyes. She’s always ask “Are you alright?”, and we’d wipe our eyes and noses and say “Yeah. This is GREAT!”

  52. Shut up, really?

    A few majority opinions, some concurring, and flaming dissent or three.

  53. I clean, do dishes and laundry, but can’t cook for shit.

    Oh,and I just, uh, ran into a door…

  54. I said duly noted, which I thought implied that I would make you a fucking pie. Do I have to spell everything out for you?

    Is a fucking pie like the one featured in ‘American Pie’, ’cause if so, as much as I love you, I’ll have to pass on that.

  55. “Is a fucking pie like the one featured in ‘American Pie’, ’cause if so, as much as I love you, I’ll have to pass on that.”

    Um, ew. I was thinking more along the lines of like a strawberry pie.

  56. My Mom would come home from work sometimes to find us eating, chopsticks in hand, with flushed faces, runny noses, and tears streaming from our eyes. She’s always ask “Are you alright?”, and we’d wipe our eyes and noses and say “Yeah. This is GREAT!”

    You remind me of one of my favorite Rosetta lines – when he called the Thai place to order and told the guy “make it HOT, make it like you hate me!”

    My dad is the same way.

  57. I make a good hot and sour soup, and a good tom ka gi (or That coconut chicken soup)

    I kill at soup, and sauces. I was a sauce chef after all. Gravy? I kill! Put some gravy on that!

  58. Seein’ as you have been playin’ the part of a lovely southern belle, I guess I was expecting peach, but strawberries are always good (and better with rubarb).

  59. “Seein’ as you have been playin’ the part of a lovely southern belle, I guess I was expecting peach, but strawberries are always good (and better with rubarb).”

    Mmm. Peach. No peaches at the market lately, my dear. So it’ll have to be strawberry and rubarb.

  60. Gravy….mmmmmm.

    That brings back memories.

    Going here at 2 am,

    http://www.angelosconeyisland.com/

    Watching the cops, the hookers, the drunks, and the shoprats, and ordering “two up with extra onions and fries with gravy.”

  61. BiW is right!
    Strawberry Rhubarb pie rocks!

  62. You remind me of one of my favorite Rosetta lines – when he called the Thai place to order and told the guy “make it HOT, make it like you hate me!”

    My dad is the same way.

    It is easy to make something hot. It is difficult to make something hot with flavor.

  63. My next mission is Guinness cake. A friend sent me his recipie, and I’ve eaten it before – it’s amazing and delicious. I hope I can actually bake it and have it be as awesome.

  64. Vmax, I would love to get those soup recipes. You named my two favorite.

  65. Guinness cake?! You have my attention.

  66. It is easy to make something hot. It is difficult to make something hot with flavor.

    I’m finally getting the hang of that with my curries. Just enough cayenne with the masala, cardamom, and turmeric. Then just a bit more cayenne to clear my sinuses.

    Easy to overdo it, though. It can be fine in your mouth but burn like hell coming out the other end.

  67. I will email you Romy,
    Tomorrow when I sober up.
    If I do not, email me and I will be ashamed, and email you the recipes.

    I have a Guinness cake recipe Sky, I think.

  68. Fries with gravy! I forgot about that!

  69. Leon, with curry, try a very finely ground white pepper. Complimentary flavor, and the heat is gradual with every bite, progressing from a nice bite to a sensation of having swallowed a foundry.

  70. ‘sup cunts?

    Kagan really is Lovitz. Creepy.

    Dudes, this fucking desktop rules. Fuck laptops.

  71. “Guinness cake?! You have my attention.”

    It’s fucking delicious. And you ice it with cream-cheese Guinness icing. Yuuummm.

  72. Heh. I missed this earlier this week…

    http://hotair.com/archives/2010/05/27/obamateurism-of-the-day-280/

    Obumble can’t help but fuck shit up everywhere he goes.

  73. Well, at least no one is resorting to hyperbole and silliness with regard to the spill.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-W79KIUwdc

  74. You remind me of one of my favorite Rosetta lines – when he called the Thai place to order and told the guy “make it HOT, make it like you hate me!”

    My dad is the same way.

    I can totally relate. I put chili-garlic sauce on my fucking Cheerios.

  75. I just looked at the radar to see where the rain was by Michael’s house.

    Big rain headed this way.

  76. I got rain here.

  77. Calling it a night my friends!

  78. American Pie was based on my High School. Really.

    Look up the wiki and I can prove it.

    I watched the movie with a girlfriend and kept saying that it was exactly like my high school. Of course she didn’t believe me, so I sat through the credits.

    Yup. Written by a guy that went there a few years after me. Credited.

  79. Hot and humid here in PA, did go out and smoke my pipe though.

  80. Evenin’, DPUD.

  81. Any movie based on my high school would be absolutely horrifying….

  82. Sriracha.

  83. Hola Ember!

  84. I only went there my senior year. Kinda sucked to move from Chicago to Michigan for my last year, but the people were mostly cool.

    Kinda helped that I played football and came from a huge program (going back to Red Grange) to one on it’s way up. They’ve won four state titles in a row.

  85. Weird thing is, I stay in touch with more of them than the folks I grew up with.

    Oh, and Gerald R. Ford is from there. Was a big deal at the time.

  86. Evenin’ reprobates.

    I went to our little town’s Memorial Day celebration this evening. A couple of highlights:

    – We give the Air Force their due amount of shit around here, but I believe A-10 drivers catch a break. There’s one from our town who was home on leave and was our guest of honor. He’s stationed at Osan Air Base in South Korea … not exactly an air-conditioned ICBM silo in Kansas. His speech was fantastic (guarantee he’s a Tea Partier), and he detailed the story behind the two Air Force Crosses that were awarded here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Takur_Ghar

    – We recite the names of our fallen soldiers at the cemetery, beginning with the French & Indian War and going through Vietnam (small town – this takes about 2 minutes). Thankfully we have not lost any of our soldiers since then, and I pray we keep it that way.

    Here are a few photos: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2043045&id=1011144896&l=5d825886fe

  87. My high school was undefeated in football.

  88. (We never had a football team)

  89. Well, at least no one is resorting to hyperbole and silliness with regard to the spill.

    You mean like this?

    Weird thing is, that is at least six months old.

  90. I spent a few summers near Grand Haven, so the sequel looked damn familiar to me. I also laughed my ass off when I saw Mena Suvari and that other dude walking out of Rackham at the end of their freshman year of classes at UM.

    For those not in the know, Rackham is the grad school’s main building. No undergrad courses take place in that building. At all.

  91. Awright, jagoffs, prosciutto-wrapped shrimp are hitting the grill soon. Smell you later.

  92. Also weird, for four years in a row — both of my high schools were in the state finals in two different states. The odds have to be long on that.

    Ok, no more high school talk.

  93. I make a stellar curried chicken that will melt your face off, and his spicy beef and broccoli would set fire to an ice floe.

    Would you marry me?

    If the answer is no, maybe you could put in a word for me with your Dad.

  94. All of our friends had houses along the lake between Holland and Grand Haven. Lots of fun.

    Not so fun, we had the after graduation party death. One of my friends died driving back from the lake after offering to drive our buddy’s Jeep home. He fell a sleep and the Jeep went across the highway and tumbled to pieces. He had his seat belt on. My other buddy that he drove for was asleep in the back and was tossed clear with a little road rash. Took him a long time to get over the guilt.

  95. Do they still do the Tulip Festival in Holland?

  96. Had a friend die after my graduation party, too, Mesa. Leaned over to get his cell phone, crashed his van, killed his best friend. He ended up in jail. It was really awful. I was planning on moving right after the graduation ceremony, but stayed in town long enough to sing at the funeral. Sad day.

  97. …I would make you a fucking pie.

    That’s probably a pretty popular pie.

    I make a stellar curried chicken that will melt your face off, and his spicy beef and broccoli would set fire to an ice floe.

    Sounds tasty. Really spicy curry chicken is one of my favorite hangover foods.

  98. Do they still do the Tulip Festival in Holland?

    Oh yeah.

    Der klompen shoes.

  99. stayed in town long enough to sing at the funeral

    You’re a singer?

    Hmmmm. I did not know that about you.

    Cathy is a singer too. It’s amazing to me how small people can sing. You just don’t expect a big voice from a small person.

  100. I’ve been singing my whole life, Michael. Started taking voice lessons at 3. Did some opera in high school. Then started doing pop music bands. I love to sing. Love it. My dream job was always to be a rockstar.

  101. That sucks, Sky.

    The school did a big graduation over night party for us at the middle school with no booze.

    Of course we had to go out the rest of the weekend on the lake.

  102. Would you marry me?

    Awwww. I bet you say that to all your young wards. But no. The exit door on the poop shoot will remain an exit door, thankyouverymuch.

    If the answer is no, maybe you could put in a word for me with your Dad.

    I’d have to talk awful loud, Batman. He died right before exams when I was in the LL.M. program in 2005, which meant that I not only went back to Flint, I went back when there was still freezing rain and snow and stuff. He never shared that recipe with me, and like his paella recipe, it is lost (although I did learn where he bought the chorizzo he used in it).

  103. Batman, why are you hitting on BiW? *pulls out her baseball bat. eyes Batman suspiciously*

  104. Batman, why are you hitting on BiW? *pulls out her baseball bat. eyes Batman suspiciously*

    *reaches over, tenderly touches Sky’s fingers and slowly guides bat down, pushes Greg Keelor out of the way and sings this song with her after she pushes Sarah McLachlan out of the way*

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMi9ZwzEzBQ

  105. Yo! Yo! Yo! Airdale in da hizzle!!

  106. * smacks MCPO upside the head with the latest issue of Jet *

  107. Andy – Great pics on Facechimp. Is that lovely young Girl Scout your daughter?

  108. Okay, the timing of the grilled scrimps was a little off, so I’m here again.

    Relying on other people to cook your dinner will do that to you.

  109. “*reaches over, tenderly touches Sky’s fingers and slowly guides bat down, pushes Greg Keelor out of the way and sings this song with her after she pushes Sarah McLachlan out of the way*”

    *allows herself to be distracted. but keeps the bat handy. just in case*

  110. Yes she is. Thank God she takes after her mother.

  111. Is that lovely young Girl Scout your daughter?

    Damn you, modern world for sending me to a creepy place!

  112. Was that this place, Sean?

  113. Andy – I agree with you!

  114. Pretty good list of WWII Pacific Theater movies and books.

    http://www.julescrittenden.com/2010/05/29/good-propaganda/

  115. Why was Vmax writing pie recipes to me?

    I think he had me confused with someone else.

    I’d personally prefer to nibble on Sky’s milk and cookies, IYKWIMAITYD.

  116. I like it when friends from years back call me out of the blue.

    Crazy Ranger dude.

  117. Why was Vmax writing pie recipes to me?

    Because Zeke needs a “Mommy.”

  118. Anyone hear of the movie Unthinkable?

    Posed to be good. The RoP folks online are all pissed off about it.

  119. the timing of the grilled scrimps was a little off

    Grilled scrimps scrampi?

  120. *squeal* We just got confirmation that we get to host my favorite Reno open mic night when we fly back home. Happy days!

  121. Kazoo night?

  122. Will there be recorders and lutes?

  123. No, sadly, not a kazoo night. Singing and poet-try.

    Anyway. My free booze just showed up. I’m going to go get hammered. See you fine folks later!

  124. Grilled scrimps scrampi?

    Nope. Wrapped in prosciuto and fresh basil. Coming off the grill in a minute.

  125. Dammit, I just had to give my dad a lesson in facechimp.

  126. Ooh, Tears of the Sun is on.

    Actually liked that movie.

  127. >> Actually liked that movie.

    Me too.

    Glad I don’t have to teach my dad about facebook.

  128. DO NOT OVER COOK THE SCRIMPS!!!

    I hate over cooked scrimp.

  129. I liked TotS as well.

    Who was the hawt chick in it?

  130. Yeah, I thought that was pretty good too, Mesa.

    I’m watching Bridge on the River Kwai right now. A classic.

  131. Shopping at the art/crafts fair. Big ol’hamburgers, baked beans, homemade coleslaw, and a pickle. Dishes done, outside on the deck for a smoke. The three boys went out fishing. What an awesome day.

  132. I prefer gambas al ajillo.

  133. dinner tonight was BBQ sandwiches.

    And they were good.

    Had a Dr. Pepper as well. I’d forgotten how much I liked them.

  134. I may go pop in my copy of “The Cruel Sea”.

    Atlantic Convoy Duty from the British perspective. It was good book, and the movie was pretty good too. Had Jack Hawkins and Denholm Elliot in it.

  135. Garlic Chicken Pizza for dinner.

  136. I just had that one meal today. Yesterday was family day, so there were a couple of brats, lots of chicken salad, beans, carrot cake, and a big ham&cheese sammich.

  137. I had a huge salad with leftover popcorn chicken from daughter’s birthday party. Tomorrow we grill.

  138. Yum. Brats. Especially if they’ve been boiled in beer, then grilled, and topped with a good German mustard paste. O.M.G.

  139. the book was better, BiW, but the movie was pretty good. I try to read The Cruel Sea every couple of years.

  140. Burgers, brats, hot dogs and corn on the cob on the grill plus potato salad (Texas-style) and watermelon.

    Now I feel like a tick.

  141. Roamy, did you and the family plan for time at teh Kartchner Caverns down south of Tucson? If you can squeeze that into your trip when you’re here, you would not be sorry.

  142. Hey, who changed the timestamp on this POS to Central Time?

  143. And who did change the clock on the blog to Central Time? Do. Not. Like.

  144. **notices Cyn didn’t ask if I wanted to see Kartchner Caverns**

    **pouts**

    **perks up when I realize it means she wants to spend more time with me!**

  145. MOM! Andy is typing what I am thinking!!!!

  146. Another friend of mine from Michigan just called. Guy that used to work for me.

    Good to be missed.

  147. Howdy, Cyn! I’m buck nekkid with a paper bag on my head!

  148. I like the central time.

    Less math for me.

  149. I’m buck nekkid with a paper bag on my head!

    Must be Sunday night.

  150. *grabs sharpies in various colors and draws curly hair and lipstick on Chief’s paperbag*

    Welcome Chief, but only if you are pouring!

  151. Vodka or Irish?

  152. Oh, and central time is for losers.

  153. Irish please

  154. Cyn, nope, wasn’t planning for anything south of Phoenix. I think we have too much driving as it is, but I don’t want to miss anything we’ve picked. Am contemplating your Zane Grey country, though.

  155. I’d love to visit Kartcherner Caverns again, Xbrad. Lemme know and maybe we make it happen. It would have to be Oct thru Mar so that we could get into the Big Cavern to see the Kubla Kahn. That was very cool.

  156. Romy, the important thing is to maximize the amount of time spent drinking with me.

    And Cyn, of course.

    And I’m trying to get Ember to totally rearrange her life and her move to Reno so she can show up as well.

  157. Zane Gray not too far off the path if you’re coming back from grand Canyon, Roamy. Mr. Cyn used to summer not far from Grey’s original cabin. He’s not here at the moment for me to pick his brain on this, though.

  158. Cyn, I have no idea what will be happening in the October time frame. I’m just sitting here dreading the heat of the coming summer.

  159. Okay, the scrimps were pretty good, but the prosciutto overwhelmed the taste of the scrimps.

    Verdict: prosciutto on the side.

  160. I hope PJM doesn’t see the header pic that I put up.

  161. prosciutto overwhelmed the taste of the scrimps.

    Shouldn’t, must have over cooked the scrimps.

    Bastard.

  162. I may try grilling a lobster. It’s New England, fer chrissakes!

  163. *glub*glub*glub*glub*

    Say when, Cyn.

  164. Is Agua Fria worth seeing? I keep thinking of Marty Robbins.

  165. PJ can’t afford a high end store like Target.

  166. WHEN!

  167. My boys are home from fishing. They didn’t catch a dang thing, but they had a good time :-)

  168. To the town of Aqua Fria rode a stranger one fine day…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGmUsJvRv7U

  169. Xbrad, all night, every night — http://i.imgur.com/WRWW3.gif

  170. I’ve just been informed that Zane Grey’s cabin was moved from Kohl’s Ranch to here in Payson. Actually, his original cabin burned during some big fires we had here the summer of 2002. The cabin in Payson has been replicated. Huh. Well, there you go, Roamy!

  171. Grilled lobster, lightly poached in a court bullion served just with butter is amazing.

    Grilled over coals, that is.

  172. And Mr. Cyn (an AZ native) says you can easily miss Agua Fria…nutitn to see.

  173. Mesa, if YOU could play with a pussy, all night, every night, wouldn’t you?

  174. MOM!!! Xbrad is talking about doing naughty things to cats again!!!11!

  175. Cyn, Sox says no, you can’t have a fur coat.

  176. Nice ‘splodey, XBrad!

  177. OMG!!! It’s my girl!! HOW ARE YOU CYN!!!!!!

    SQUEEEEEEEEEELLLL!!!!!!!!

  178. Thanks for the drinkie, MCPO. You pour awesome!

    *pinches paperbag where his face cheeks would be.*

    I’ma hang out with my boys til it’s time for their bed. I might be back later if the wifi I’m scamming is still working. Later!

    And would someone please, please change the time back to Eastern! Otherwise, I don’t know what time it is here anymore…HAHA! TYVM :-)

  179. Good soundtrack on this one, Romy;

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRYYIEitHAk&feature=related

  180. I love to sing. Love it. My dream job was always to be a rockstar.

    Me too. I guess that’s something more that we have in common, and another reason for me to leave you.

    Except, when I sing, it sounds like someone is strangling a goose to death.

    Otherwise, it’s something we have in common.

  181. I’m getting b-rad these pants for his birthday.

    Michael, I put up a special header just for you. It’s gone now.

  182. Yeah, who changed the time from eastern?

    I’m gonna change it back. You guys don’t get all confused when the comments go crazy, k?

  183. test

  184. Shouldn’t, must have over cooked the scrimps.

    Bastard.

    First of all, I didn’t do the cooking.

    Secondly, the prosciutto was wrapped around the scrimps. When I took some of it off one of the bugs, the scrimp taste was fantastic.

  185. Today was Holy Trinity Sunday, and our pastor was preachin’ about being “filled” with the Holy Spirit. Good sermon. He pointed out the Biblical admonitions to sing spiritual songs.

    I do that, actually, when I am in church. I sing. But I sorta rumble along an octave below everyone else.

  186. I’m gonna change it back. You guys don’t get all confused when the comments go crazy, k?

    WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED????!!!!!

    *smashes liquor store window*

  187. Church is one place where you can sing, and nobody actually gives a shit how you sound. Your participation is appreciated and understood.

  188. You just keep telling yourself that, Bruce.

  189. Our pastor also pointed out that being “filled” with the Holy Spirit is present passive voice in the Greek New Testament, and explained what that means theologically.

    I love that kind of stuff. I’ll bet he reads the Lenske NT commentary. Lenske is awesome about relating grammar to theology. A lot of Lutherans rely on him.

    And Lenske is a Calvinist, like Brewfan. Can you believe that? It’s amazing to me.

  190. Hahahahahaha, I would pay good money to get Mr. RFH to sing again and for certain church members to STFU.

  191. I have no idea what you’re talking about. Whatever happened to the days when you just beat up The Penguin and had an ambiguous relationship with Catwoman?


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