wife and I usually find a bar doing something. Still cheaper then the fancier restaurants, but a little more entertaining, we like the more social atmosphere though.
around here we go to Village Inn's. They make a good breakfast, and their pie is fantastic (obviously not for breakfast)
A waffle house valentines day... This is pure genius!
Also the cop thing was probably a prank on an EX-wife/girlfriend.
Or Stinky Pete from Toy Story. Tarnation!
I think Oregon's helmet is better. No, not that one, the other one. No...No the one before that one, no, NO...*sigh* ok, nevermind. The Mining school's is better.
DJ. I demand you quit putting dusty room filled type stores on here on Fridays. That is a Monday story... now I need to go buy another box of tissues because you made it all dusty in my office.
Dude. What the hell?
You are like one of those racists who doesn't realize hes a racist. Like you'd probably walk up to Obama and shake his hand and say "Man, you and your people are doing a mighty fine job these days huh? You are almost doing as well as me!"
The comment in the article was interesting, he is saying type 1 is only a symptom of an underlying autoimmune disease. They aren't curing the disease, just making it more livable. Which is pretty typical for medical companies, they don't make money off of curing diseases, only finding ways to allow us to live with them. Didn't seem like your typical crazy commenter:
What most don't understand is that diabetes is a symptom of the underlying autoimmune disease. I have Type I diabetes, but as a result of the autoimmune disease, I also have a thyroid problem and my digestive system is having autoimmune issues. Diabetes is just a symptom and that is all this is treating. Although this sounds like a wonderful treatment, and will greatly improve the lives of people suffering Type I Diabetes, it is only a treatment, not a cure. To be a cure, the true underlying problem needs to be resolved, with no subsequent treatments for the rest of the patients life.
Dr. Denise Faustman of Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medicine is working on a true cure for the autoimmune disease, although she is getting no support from the large organizations that claim to want a cure. Check out her work if you are interested.
Waste of money. They should be putting money together to get the residents filters, not adding to the polution problem by giving them plastic bottles that take 450 years to decompose.
This is so awesome. Upvote for you sir.
I'm curious when people are going to wake up and realize that the B1G conference could give two shits how much money your athletic program brings in, as long as you bring in the REAL money for research grants. Purdue is a member of the B1G and a member of their consortium of colleges that bring in gigantic, and i mean GIGANTIC, grant funds from private and federal grants (its called the CIC). Football is a penny in the ocean compared to the money these schools see in research. Even Ohio States athletic budget is nothing compared to their research arm.
CIC members, when viewed collectively, conduct a combined total of $8 billion in funded research
That billion with a B bitches, your football aint shit.
whatever man, you would have been ecstatic to have him in our class.
I see you playing clan wars on your phone coach. I see it.
they figure if everyone is running out to catch a ball, less chance of blocking eachother.
No self-respecting millionaire lives in LA. They live in Cameo Highlands in Newport.
Well for me Scooby, currently I am house hunting with my wife to move to an area with "better" schools for our kids. It's mind blowing how i'm going to have to blow a bunch of money to make sure my kids don't come home pregnant, beat up, swearing like sailors, and doing drugs. Yes, I said AND. They aren't even in elementary school yet. The public school systems are so bad now...
well, then he can just hold on to it until the new team arrives and sell it to the next linebacker.
Wonder if he throws in the Wrestlemania arcade game in the basement
leave it to DJ to jump the price, sheesh.
Dude, that shower is so baller!
I don't understand why people get salt water pools, I freakin hate salt water!
Why not? All that practice and he'll be a black belt in no time!
Would you lean over, your mouth two inches from her ear, and scream "LEARN TO OPERATE THE F'ING ELEVATOR BUTTONS!!"
haha, yes, yes I would. I have done this exact thing to my co-worker, who I know and he laughed his ass off.
Couldn't have said this better myself. This is a silly thing to discuss. This is like your own personal pet died, and then you find out some guy died downtown. You are going to feel bad about the guy, but you are going to feel awful about your personal pet whom you've seen every day die.
Its not the animal part, its the proximity and familiarity with that object that upset people. Not to mention nobody knew who he was until much later, and not to be insensitive, but the guy was drunk and died doing something kinda stupid. I'm not trying to be mean about it, but its a little different situation.
interesting. I've never heard of them before. (currently live in iowa, and grew up in PA)
also, in the future, link your expenditures on your credit card with software that acts as if those charges were debit charges. So it takes it out of your total. Your balance sheet will look less then what you actually have at the bank, but this way, treating it like a debit, you can make sure you actually have the money in your account to pay it off. I used to do this manually, write down every receipt on to a balance pad, but now i got it all doing it automatically. Treat it like a debit card, and your credit will improve gradually over time, without ever paying a cent in interest.
also the added benefit of you saying "ah, don't have the money to buy that today" is a powerful tool to show the wife...