...I said "No, I don't know that Keyleaigh is allergic to
peanuts. But I keep hearing so much about it, I'm not going to take any
chances. Please, send this sundae back to the kitchen." I gave her a
rice cake instead. Keyleaigh got mad about it, but you know how
This Tuesday? I think I'm free. Why?
scrapbooking group? Oh, Andrea, you're not still doing scrapbooking,
are you? Do you have any idea what's in that glue? Yeah, I know it says
"non-toxic" on the label. I just don't trust all those, all those
chemicals and stuff. Not to mention the markers and the glitter - I
swear, scrapbooking gave Keyleaigh asthma for a little while. It went
away by the time we saw the doctor, but still.
Anyway, I'm all about the videos these days. It's awesome. I've been taking our old home movies and putting them on DVD with this awesome Dazzle DVD Recorder thing. I plug one end into the VCR or the camera or whatever, the other end into my computer, and a little while later I've totally got this awesome DVD.
No glue, no glitter - just awesome video memories. We've been watching
them with Keyleaigh all week. It's a lot better for her than hanging
out in some disease-ridden mall with her friends.
What, Andrea? What do you mean, "TVs give off radiation"?
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Winner of Derbylympics, 1st Event - Black & White, with 511 votes
back in the late 20th Century? Everybody got together around their
computers and watched the new Star Wars trailer and then everybody
started making plans to get tickets and then everyone got in line and
then everybody cheered when the credits started and it was all so
innocent and exciting. So who's been camping out for Clone Wars this
We are the sum total of all the people we've
ever been. That angry goth was once a kid who jumped up and down on the
couch fighting alongside Captain Planet. That mean old teacher once did
it in the bathroom at a college football game. That CEO once bought a giant Ken Jennings head for... hey, let's move on.
every time we make a decision, like "Where do I move to a new house?"
or "Has that pizza has been out on the counter too long?" or "Would a
gila monster like a hug?", all those other people are right there
beside us, offering advice. Ridiculous, ridiculous advice. Remember all
the stupid things they used to do? Really, it's a wonder you've made it
This shirt was designed by:
sundbe10, one of the thousand sundbes that make up Sundbe Prime. Like
some Voltron of design, they fuse and claim victory with the use of a
giant pencil that just sort of appears. It's really best you don't
think about it too hard.
Wear this shirt: with a pillow in your lap. Those little guys don't want to fall on a hard cement floor.
Don't wear this shirt: while reading "When Rabbit Howls". It really won't project a very good image.
This shirt tells the world: "My brain is like a tree in autumn... NO CLASS! Wait..."
We call this color: White Can't I Be You
Placement: Right Side
3X - M: 6.61" x 19.5"
S - WS: 4.95" x 14.62"
We've seen a lot of Wellington Vineyards this year. We've laughed a
little, cried a little, learned a little, and drank a lot. And now
we're faced with the last Wellington offering of 2008. How better to
mark the occasion than with a properly celebratory selection from the
more obscure corners of the Wellington empire?
doesn't play golf or raise pigeons or sniff glue, Peter needs a passion
in his life, and these kinds of small-lot wines are it. How could you
not love the heavenly-smelling Wellington 2006 Grenache, Estate Sonoma
Valley? Fresh cherry, raspberry, plum, pepper and allspice aromas
introduce this soft, full-bodied, mildly chewy blend of old-vine and
young-vine Grenache. At a mere 224 cases, it's a rarer pleasure than a
warm night in San Francisco.
Almost as scarce is the Wellington 2006 Syrah, Estate Sonoma Valley.
Just 311 cases of this smoky, meaty, fresh 'n' fruity red were made, so
you'll be among the few who experience its full, fleshy entry and rich,
you probably already know what Grenache and Syrah are like. To make
this a real party, here comes the Wellington 2006 Noir de Noirs, an
old-vine blend of four varietals you won't find on the wine list at TGI Friday's.
It's mostly something called Alicante Bouschet, with smaller amounts of
Lenoir, Grand Noir and Petite Bouschet. The result is a rough-edged,
wild-eyed red bursting with savage fresh-grape flavor - a wine you can
drink with a fork, if you can tame it first.
Yes, we'll miss
Wellington Vineyards the rest of this year. But we'll miss it a little
less with these three bottles to remember it by. During the long months
of fall and winter, we'll just keep reminding ourselves: we'll always
2006 Noir de Noirs, Old Vines
Blend: 84% Alicante Bouschet, 12% Lenoir, 3% Grand noir, 1% Petite Bouschet
Production: 362 cases
Release date: October 2007
2006 Syrah, Sonoma Valley Estate
Composition: 95% Syrah, 5% Viogner
Production: 311 cases
Release date: August, 2008
2006 Grenache, Estate Sonoma Valley
Composition: 94% Grenache, 3% Mourvedre, 3% Petite Sirah