Harrow: You didn't have to wound that man. Mal: Yeah, I know, it was just funny.

'Shindig'


Natter 31 But Looks 29  

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Kat - Jan 24, 2005 8:20:56 am PST #9993 of 10002
"I keep to a strict diet of ill-advised enthusiasm and heartfelt regret." Leigh Bardugo

That's such a wistful dog picture!

Isn't it? I'm looking for the totally beautiful one we have of Kuma in the painted desert.

One of the restaurants in my 'hood offers a mashed potato pizza, which is pure carb overload.

That sounds so good.


sumi - Jan 24, 2005 8:21:25 am PST #9994 of 10002
Art Crawl!!!

It's not that people have difficulty reading them -- but that other dogs do -- because their natural posture is read by dogs as being aggressive, alpha-ish. (The reaction of the dog probably depends on whether it would submit or challenge the "northern" dog.)


Steph L. - Jan 24, 2005 8:21:32 am PST #9995 of 10002
It's actually been a really hard year, when you stop and do the math. Eliot would cry, too, if it didn't take him seventy minutes of therapy, two cocktails, and a Sondheim medley before he can experience a human emotion through the haze of his PTSD.

One of the restaurants in my 'hood offers a mashed potato pizza, which is pure carb overload.

That sounds so good.

It is heaven.


Kat - Jan 24, 2005 8:22:08 am PST #9996 of 10002
"I keep to a strict diet of ill-advised enthusiasm and heartfelt regret." Leigh Bardugo

ita, Bear DOES SMILE. No CGI in this picture.

She looks so young! She still even had all her teeth. Poor baby.


Nora Deirdre - Jan 24, 2005 8:22:11 am PST #9997 of 10002
I’m responsible for my own happiness? I can’t even be responsible for my own breakfast! (Bojack Horseman)

man, now I want some pizza.

We have gotten whole wheat pizza dough from Trader Joe's and had fun with that. Yum. My fave homemade pizza is olive oil/garlic over the dough, then spinach on top of that, more EVOO/garlic mixture, and mozzeralla and ricotta cheeses. YUM.


tommyrot - Jan 24, 2005 8:22:21 am PST #9998 of 10002
Sir, it's not an offence to let your cat eat your bacon. Okay? And we don't arrest cats, I'm very sorry.

Stunning photography of Hong Kong: [link]


brenda m - Jan 24, 2005 8:22:31 am PST #9999 of 10002
If you're going through hell/keep on going/don't slow down/keep your fear from showing/you might be gone/'fore the devil even knows you're there

I used to get a great BLT pizza at a local place - cheese, bacon, and tomato on the pizza, then topped with shredded lettuce once it came out of the oven. So good. Same place did a really good tuna melt pizza too.


Fred Pete - Jan 24, 2005 8:22:41 am PST #10000 of 10002
Ann, that's a ferret.

10,000?

(ETA: YES!!!!!!)


§ ita § - Jan 24, 2005 8:22:50 am PST #10001 of 10002
Well not canonically, no, but this is transformative fiction.

Winn Dixie:

1939: Bill Lovett, head of Winn & Lovett, successfully convinces the Davis brothers to acquire 51 percent of his company's 73 stores. The acquisition is the springboard from which the company will expand after the conclusion of World War II in the early 1940s.
1944: The Davis brothers adopt the Winn & Lovett name and Jacksonville headquarters for their growing network of stores.
1945: Winn & Lovett purchases 31 Steiden Stores in Kentucky.
1949: Winn & Lovett makes another acquisition, Margaret Ann Stores, which adds 46 stores in Florida.
1952: Winn & Lovett lists on the New York Stock Exchange, making it the first Florida industrial corporation to do so. The company's original ticker symbol, WIN, still is used today.
1955: Winn & Lovett purchases Penney Stores in Mississippi, as well as Ballentine Stores and Eden Stores, both in South Carolina.
1955: Through the acquisition of 117 Dixie Home Stores, the Winn & Lovett name is changed to Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc.

My favourite "strange" pizza was a crab and spinach cream sauce one. Extra thin crust, stone oven baked, just delicious. Pizzaiole in Montreal rocks.


§ ita § - Jan 24, 2005 11:52:53 am PST #10002 of 10002
Well not canonically, no, but this is transformative fiction.

The funning continues:

Nora Deirdre "Natter 32 Flavors and Then Some" Jan 24, 2005 10:26:15 am PST


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