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Who will win the world series? » Post #17

Sat Oct 29, 2016 20:22 in General Talk

leeuna wrote: Hey Valerie! What's a snowball?? Just kidding, I love snowballs. The pink ones are my favorite. However Zingers are my most favorite snack-cake ever. (I love anything raspberry). As for baseball, if the Braves aren't playing I don't care who wins. ;)

I love the snowballs with the pink marshmallow top with coconut. I love coconut.

I also love the raspberry zingers! Raspberry with coconut! I love raspberry but I also love.....coconut.

I'm a nut for coconut.

I like mounds candy bars. I like them because of the dark chocolate and the ..... coconut.

I am coco for coconut.

:thumbup: :lol:

She will be back » Post #4

Sat Oct 29, 2016 07:31 in General Talk

Marcel-R6 wrote: Currently? :lol:

Watch Out Marcel! Watch Out!

Halloween Movies? » Post #31

Sat Oct 29, 2016 07:22 in General Talk

I watched a new one on netflix last night that had 4 stars and was totally ignorant.

I don't know how it had 4 stars. 'Pretty Thing That Lives in the House'.

Who will win the world series? » Post #11

Sat Oct 29, 2016 07:15 in General Talk

A twinkie is an angel food cake, also known as a sponge cake.

A sponge cake is a sweet cake that has a light yet dense weight. Hence it's slang name 'sponge'
because when lightly pressed, it rises back just like a sponge. Although twinkle's really are much
lighter than a sponge cake. Take a bite off the end and you will see a small circle of light fluffy
white cream through the center. The center icing is similar to cool whip but thicker and with a
some what heavier taste. The snack cake is shaped in an easy to hold elongated curved shape.
They became a famous product from the get go due to their almost commonality of taste in that
everyone that likes sweet, will usually eat a twinkie.....even if they don't like them per se.

For example, I don't buy twinkles. I don't really care for them. I would prefer a snowball any
day over a twinkie. However, if there is only a twinkie, I will eat the twinkie.

WHAT THE HECK AM I TALKING ABOUT A TWNKIE FOR? DON'T ASK ME WHAT A SNOWBALL IS!



:lol:

Who will win the world series? » Post #10

Sat Oct 29, 2016 07:02 in General Talk

I am for the Chicago Cubs because I grew up in Chicago land. In the old days, kids could
easily sneak into Wrigley Field. The good old days. :lol:

The girl who silenced the world for 5 minutes » Post #2

Sat Oct 29, 2016 06:55 in General Talk

I didnt listen to it all as I have heard it before. It is very sad.

Unfortunately, people are stupid. Not just ignorant but down right stupid.
Our stupidity shows over and over again by our repeated 'mistakes'.

I don't see things as ever changing.

How do we create a utopia?

We don't. You know, even animals have a tough time of it and fight for domain rule, food, etc.

People are full of evil. I am not one to see the glass half full. I see it as half empty and I do feel
bad not just for our past and present evils but for the evils to come.

The truth is, no one on this planet should be hungry, not ever. There is no reason why our waters
and air should be polluted. All these things were and are very much preventable.

You can bet that someone, some where, is watching, perhaps with shock and confusion.

Stolen Imagination » Post #3

Fri Oct 28, 2016 21:24 in General Talk

Have you been chasing those wallabies again?

Space and Earth » Post #2

Fri Oct 28, 2016 21:22 in General Talk

Depends on which side of earth you are on, I suppose.

Who will win the world series? » Post #7

Fri Oct 28, 2016 21:21 in General Talk

Nice hat sp1915.

Who will win the world series? » Post #3

Fri Oct 28, 2016 17:15 in General Talk

It's baseball. :thumbup:

Who will win the world series? » Post #1

Fri Oct 28, 2016 17:03 in General Talk

Chicago Cubs of course. :P

Halloween Movies? » Post #25

Fri Oct 28, 2016 05:40 in General Talk

Fear Inc. (2016 movie). I watched this one last night. It is some what different.
It's about this guy that lives with his girlfriend in a nice house with swimming pool.
It starts out kind of funny at first because the guy is funny. He doesn't have a job
and lounges in the pool all day instead of looking for a job. He likes to play games
and he likes games that scare him.

At first the movie is kind of funny although the very beginning does start out with
a woman being attacked. After about 20 or so minutes in, you begin to think the
movie is a bit of a drag. Then on Halloween, things begin jumping. He just thinks
everything is a game.

Better acting than most. A different type of story line.

I taught I taw a panda bar » Post #3

Thu Oct 27, 2016 07:54 in General Talk

I think there is some foolery going on in the cat world lately. Secret cat society.

Why Don't Kids Want to Work? » Post #63

Thu Oct 27, 2016 07:50 in General Talk

I don't know where David lives but I can tell you, where I live, kids get dirty.

Many kids where I live, work on the farm. They help plant and harvest. Even the schools
often let the kids that help on the farms, out a bit early to help harvest. The seats are
often empty for a few days of the year in high school of where the boys sit because they
are cutting tobacco. It usually takes the entire family and neighbors to work the farm at
planting and at harvest. In Kentucky it is usually tobacco and in other Southern states,
various crops and animal farms.

If you think for one minute David, that farming isn't hard, dirty work, then your elevator isn't
going to the top.

Play time is might dirty for kids around here too. There's football, baseball, and even track,
not to mention other school sports.

Where I live, we have all kinds of outdoor activities for kids. There is lots of stuff such as
3-4 wheeling, junk car racing, mud racing, etc.

There is also horse back riding, fishing, and lots and lots of various water sports and activities,
not just fishing.

Often, kids around here will work at small jobs such as leading horses, cleaning stalls, working
in bait shops, etc.

David, your eyes are half shut. Not all kids sit at home playing video games 24/7 and not all kids
sit at home posting videos on youtube to make a buck.

Movie seen over 100 times » Post #4

Thu Oct 27, 2016 07:31 in General Talk

I have watched a lot of movies most my life and many of the old classics but
I don't think there is any movie I have watched that many times. Probably
the most would be 20 times.

Halloween Movies? » Post #22

Wed Oct 26, 2016 21:50 in General Talk

I watched a new scary Halloween movie tonight 'House of Purgatory'.

It had some gore in it but not as bad as many others. It was dumb, of course.

Halloween Movies? » Post #20

Wed Oct 26, 2016 15:02 in General Talk

The original 'Last House on the Left' came out near the same time as 'Texas Chain Saw Massacre'.

Those were movies that came out primarily as drive in theater movies. That is where I saw them.....
way way way back in the early 70's at the drive in theater.

......Rob Zombie....I watched a little of a new one he has out and I couldn't handle it.....it was very
stupid but of course, most those kind of movies are.

I don't like gory movies but I do appreciate a good thriller and good scary movie.....the kind that
keeps you jumping and guessing.

I taught I taw a panda bar » Post #1

Wed Oct 26, 2016 14:57 in General Talk

Could have sworn I clicked on a panda instead of a cat. :?

What's your favorite Cookie? » Post #1

Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:10 in General Talk

I am rather partial to a crunchy chocolate chip cookie.

increase revenue » Post #4

Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:01 in General Talk

Referring active advertisers and users.
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