Discussion in 'Buffalo, NY' started by Solo42986, Dec 28, 2002.
Gil, if you go to McDonald's you can buy the toys individually.
I guess the R2 I saw pictures of was European. There is no US R2 release this batch...
Is it possible to make a person wear the cone of shame?
YOu know what is funny?, people forgetting that I have a opinion and say in things.......I'm just saying
Brains taste like chicken!
Good on ya, mate!
Happy Anniversary to my wonderful wife of 18 years. Who has seen my Dragon Con pictures and still let's me go... Nancy, you rock!
happy Anniversary to Gil and Nancy!!! Have a great day!!
Wishing you both a most happy anniversary!
Sadly she didn't fall for the "They followed me home, can we keep them?"
I'm looking for R7-D4
"Hot enough for ya?"
Just another day in paradise
I wish I could keep them
Back from the 150th Manassas(Bull Run), Virginia. What an event! Battles were pretty intense (for the unit we were portraying).
Hot(107F on the field), humid(83%), and very little wind(< 5 mph). A total of 143 people went down with the heat - not surprised.
Good to be home. C'ya all sometime soon.
I'm starting to think that the ability to save money is a mythical power that is only able to be wielded by a select few...
Get an envelope/shoebox, and every time you get a paycheck, put a small amount in there. Maybe $5, $10, $20...whatever you can spare. Get it out of your wallet/bank account as soon as you can, then it's not there to tempt you. Keep that up and you'll be surprised how quickly that can rack up.
I've been doing that for a long time now, the problem is the need to have to keep using it for important things like bills etc... BOOOO!!
Drop your loose change in a jar. You're less tempted to raid that. It's not as quick as the envelope method, but it does add up. When the jar's full roll it and bank it. It's fun to see the look on the teller's face when you bring in $80+ in coin.