Discussion in 'NorthEast Regional Discussion' started by Solo42986, Dec 28, 2002.
Hooray!! Congrat's Jess.
Congratulations Jess! Well deserved.
Congratulations Jess! See, it was worth the wait...
Not exactly what I was expecting but... okay.
I thought decorating a tree was fun with one kid, but two.......pure chaos! Lol
OMG People need to grow up already!!!! AHHH!!!!
(No, I am not talking about you people... hahahahaha!)
I am actually looking forward to 2012.
What a glorious day, this is my kind of Winter.
Although it was a beautiful day outside today, we spent it indoors, relaxing, and in our pajamas... ALL... DAY!!!!!
This single working mom with sick kids and Dad is out of town GIG is for the birds!!
Running up our post totals while taking the on-line driver ed course. Still have to read the material, but there's soooo much time in between.
That sounds brutal! A 6 hour on0line course I think would be a little much for me! It is however better than going to class.
I WANT TO GO TO THERE.
My co-workers son went to a party there. He said it was an awesome place.
SNUGGLE TIME WITH MY BOYS!!
I am off from work today and decided to crawl back into bed after looking at the snow outside. I slept until 11am. I haven't done that since after the Bison's game but I have to be honest, I feel SOOOO much better today than I did that day!
Not as clumsy or random as a cell phone, an elegant timepiece for a more civilized age.
I just heard Tim Hortons is announcing a new larger size coffee, but it will only be available in Canada.
Why do I think Gil had his hand in those negotiations?
<insert Gil hugging enormous coffee here>
I'm glad to hear this. Canada's Tim Horton's cup sizes are actually a size down from the US as it is. For example, a Canadian Medium is a US Small. My guess is they're probably going to offer the equivalent of the US XL cup, which isn't currently offered in Canada.
Today, Wikipedia, Craigslist, and several other websites blacked themselves out in protest of the SOPA and PIPA bills from passing in Congress. The bills are designed to fight internet piracy, but have language which can lead to overt internet censorship.
An infographic on the potential damage SOPA and PIPA can cause the internet can be seen at:
For those who have any interest, here are a few petitions to sign in support of stopping the bills. Voting takes place on January 24th.
Well... I do what I can!