Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
What this planet needs is a twenty-foot flying predator.
that was.... really .. odd
I kept waiting for the big finale.....
we got lions and tigers.... ya gotta do the dance to get it. :)
Well, since we're taking a break from the serious topics for a moment let me say this.Tamara, I've been enjoying your blog. I checked it out a little while back as a link from the Coal Creek page and have been a semi-regular visitor ever since. You are a fine writer and intelligent wit. Not that you'd remember, but we met last summer. I'm a friend of one of your CCA colleagues and was in town to visit old friends during a long weekend off from work. You and I talked 1911s for a few minutes while he was finishing up his shift. You were even kind enough to let me have a look at your own carry gun while we were talking.I'm sorry now that I didn't get to know you better. I think I would have enjoyed talking to you about any number of topics. I've certainly enjoyed reading your thoughts on a multitude of subjects.Take care and keep writing.-B
My eyes...it burns!
Your eyes? That would be this one....http://www.weebls-stuff.com/toons/scampi/
BadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersMUSH ROOM MUSH ROOMBadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersbadgersSNAKE! SNAKE!!Ahhh, it's a snake!*rinse**repeat*Weebl has a lot to answer for.
OMG! It never ends!
It was the "Free snorkel with every visit" that got me. Good stuff!
A tiger?!?In Africa?!?T'hee!
Yeah... we play that for HOURS where I work...Yeah... we're a little off...Although lately, it's been the Mango song from the same site.
But surely there are no tigers in Africa!And my daughters beg me to play BadgerBadgerBadger.....
you want odd?
Thanks, Tam. Now that damn "Kenya" is in my head and won't go away....
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