The restaurant “Crispy Taco” has been in Waco since I first went in 1996. It’s located in an easily-overlooked house off the side of Valley Mills Dr, and I’d probably never have noticed it if not for one of my friends pointing it out.
Their success can primarily be attributed to their hiring the same logo designers as the United Nations (and you know the UN hires only the best):
Popular San Antonio pastor dies from lightning strike during hike.
Minister in skirt charged with indecent exposure. The minister was male, so the skirt thing was a bit unusual.
Thieves posing as coppers rob pastor. The minister stated, “I forgive. I pray for the people because they don’t know what they’re doing.” Um, sir, I would conjecture these thieves knew very well what they were doing.
The Humane Society wants you to tell amazon.com to stop selling materials that promote animal fights.
Catch: you have to opt-in to receiving “periodic updates” in order to send the message.
It might almost be worth it since they let you edit the subject line and half the message, but who knows if someone’s screening the entries.
…their knowledge is judged by (lack of) answers to questions which are specific to VB.NET and the asker is subsequently surprised when they don’t know the answers.
As many times as you’ve heard not to waste food because of starving children in Ethiopia, sometimes you just gotta get rid of it. Based on personal experience, here are some foods and a good sign you should throw them out.
Fig Newtons/Fig Newmans: they’ve become crunchy
Burrito: tortilla “decorated” with blue polka dots
Milk: has changed state of matter
Ramen topped with eggs: ramen topped with fungus
(Yes, this post is bizarre and pointless. My mind’s still not working very well right now.)
Based on the following events, Liquid Egg Product can recommend unequivocally that humans should not place themselves in the same cage as a bear:
Drunk guy wrestles bear to show off strength
Bears eat man
Hopefully Robert Cowley, who plays chess for “mental exercise, social interaction, discipline and prestige”, has been able to improve the discipline part of his game since this incident in 1998.
He played for an Australian state championship versus one Ms. Ngan Koshnitsky, and lost 4-2. He complained that her cleavage was a distraction, preventing him from fully concentrating.
By the way, you can note that Koshnitsky’s breasts are not significantly sized.
(As an aside, if any of you ladies try this “strategy” against me, don’t bother, ’cause it doesn’t work. Complete nudity may; I’ve never played chess against a nude chick before.)
First of all, thank you for reading the post concerning the Vick dogfighting story. Or, maybe that should be thanks for not reading it, because your response had little to with what I had to say.
However, if you’re going around to blogs and copy/pasting the same response to everyone who doesn’t respond to the story with the correct formula, it’s no problem. I’m lazy too.
When the story first broke, certain animal rights organizations treated Vick as though he were already guilty before the public had much evidence. (The fact that Vick has confessed guilt does not excuse this.) These kind of statements open up criticism which unnecessarily detracts from the work animal rights groups perform.
I do feel slightly bad for creating a new post simply to lambast you, and you seem well-meaning, so I will help you as well.
As seen above, you mistyped the name of your website AnimalChaplains.com. I took the liberty of correcting this, along with blotting out your e-mail and IP in the picture to preserve your privacy.
I’m not sure who created the website, but two important suggestions:
1. The term stuffing at the bottom hurts the website ranking. Search engines can recognize this, and penalize sites for this tactic.
2. All the pictures are of more “sympathetic” animals: horses, dogs, and the like. Add in some cockroaches and spiders. They are just as sentient, and people don’t give a second thought to squashing them. (Personally, I just put annoying insects outside instead of killing them.)
Not only is a story about Hulk Hogan’s son, whose first name is unknown, getting more visits than the Gonzales story, it’s the first and fourth most popular story on CNN this morning.
I really need to get those “Not-so-proud to be American” bumper stickers made up soon.
Normally, I don’t like picking up stories that you can find all over the place unless I have a novel twist on it, or they’re really good. (For example, Alberto Gonzales’ resignation could be mentioned here, but everyone else has that story, too.)
This is more a story of the dangers of the “reply to all” button on your e-mail client’s menu. Just read it, and be marginally entertained.