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"Hige sceal þe heardra, heorte þe cenre, mod sceal þe mare, þe ure mægen lytlað…"
"Smith & Western"; and the person was from Texas, too. Un-fricken-believable. A greased downhill slide to oblivion, that's what we're on in this country...
Hey, at least he spelled "western" right...
Is this page that shows you the state and all a widget? I've seen Mauser Girl put these on her site as well.
Well, at least the dolt ended up in the right place for finding what he was really looking for.
Mr. the hermit,It's from SiteMeter. Look down on the very bottom of my blog.
Can't be avoided: Just a quick plug for all the hermits who'd trade eternity to look down on the very bottom of your blog.And yet another seeker finds salvation through error. [Sniff] It's like Parsifal --if you spell 'Parsifal' right.
Thanks for the heads up. I'll go take a look.
There's apparently some sort of British restaurant called "Smith & Western" (via Google).There is also the Fort Smith & Western Railroad.
anon, I'll be damned. And they have "Appertisers!" (although it's "appetisers" after one clicks through). And a 'Ceasar' salad!Witch izzit: they kent speil in Englund neither, or S&W GB, being faux American, went through a proper British bill of fare and scatter-gunned some extry letters?
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