When I see a recipe that’s all “2 cloves of garlic,” I just smdh and lol because if I’m going to take the time to peel garlic I’m gonna do up at least half a bulb, probably a whole one. This policy has never done me wrong.
“While researching whether [the turn the pit into a park] project could realistically last several months or longer, Schur spoke to urban planners in Claremont, California who said it was entirely plausible because they had recently broken ground on a park that had been in various planning stages for 18 years.”—Parks and Recreation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The teens call it klooting. We call it “bad news.” All over the country. In your homes and backyards. Klooting has increased at an unprecedented rate. And your children could be at risk. Does your teen show any “trouble signs?”
Liker of raps
Infected home piercing
Child sex sores (CSS)
Visible buttcrack syndrome (VBS)
Even today’s most popular, or “hot,” radio stations endorse this vile act.
Very cool topic, right? Every winter I see thousands of AC units still installed in window frames. And every year I feel more like my dad, who’d say, “Shut that door, I ain’t trying to heat the whole neighborhood.”
I mean, I’m running my window fan right now because the heat is so jacked up in my apartment and because I “run hot” due to a thick layer of polar-bear-like blubber.
Why isn’t there some activist group out there trying to convince people to take their AC units out of their windows? Even the most environmentally aware people I know do this, because the alternative is sweating all winter long. We are literally trying to heat the whole neighborhood!
Part of me wants to approach my landlord to discuss an incentive program that will reward people for uninstalling AC units in cold months, but I feel like they would just shrug their shoulders since they’re probably at the mercy of the lowest-common-denominator old crone who starts complaining in September about her frigid apartment.
Brian Van, I expect a good Vansplanation detailing why this is wrongheaded/naive on my desk by tomorrow morning.
“The best one seemed inspired by a Mountain Dew commercial. A skater dude rides a jet-powered shopping cart through a desert pass, dodging baby-carrot gunfire. Things blow up. There’s a pterodactyl. “Extreme pterodactyl!” the voice-over yells.”—
“The music video starts with a boy who gets sucked into the screen, will.i.am sees him and helps him, but gets himself stuck to the screen. While will.i.am is singing his verse, Apl.de.ap and Taboo see him stuck to the screen, they also get stuck to the screen and drop all their food and drinks. Kim Hill is seen in the video but she and the other people in the background do not get stuck to the screen. At the end of the video, a remix of “Fallin’ Up” begins and the three members of Black Eyed Peas are seen break dancing.”—Joints & Jam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia