"Yeah! Last week she came over, and we were talking about Kirk and Picard, and I said that if Kirk was on the SDF-1
he would have been able to get them home faster and in better condition
so that the later Protoculture invasion would have failed, but Maggie
said that Picard, in the same situation, would have negotiated a treaty
with Breetai that allowed the Invid access to Monument City and so made
it easier for the Expeditionary Force to directly attack the Masters."
"Ralph, I have to say, I have no idea what any of those words mean."
"It means we were getting along great until she wanted a drink and all I had were a couple of Capri-Suns!"
"I understand that part, Ralph. What you need is a Breville ESP8XL Cafe Roma Espresso Maker!"
"Pete, you know I can't afford that! The Ranma½ lithograph collection goes on sale this week!"
"It's okay, Ralph. This Breville ESP8XL Cafe Roma Espresso Maker is refurbished, so it won't cost you an arm and a leg. And don't worry if you've never made a <a href="http://www.lokeshdhakar.com/2007/08/20/an-illustrated-coffee-guide/">complex coffee drink recipe</a>
before. The Thermoblock heating system will force you to have a
reasonable, average cup of coffee each and every time, no matter how
hard you practice!"
"So I just grab some instant coffee and pour it in?"
"Oh, lord, no, Ralph! You wouldn't put your tsurugi on a wakizashi
stand, would you? A good coffee drink requires a well ground, well
roasted bean! Too bad we won't have any of those for sale here today!"
"But they'd have them at my local coffee shop, right?"
"Now you're thinking, Ralph! And you know who works at a coffee shop in town?"
"Maggie! Oh, Pete, maybe this year I'll finally be able to cosplay The Elongated Man with a Sue Dibny at my side!"
"Yeah, really, you might as well be speaking Latin to me now."
"It means thank you, Pete! Thank you so much!"
"Oh, well then! Don't thank me! Thank the Breville ESP8XL Cafe Roma Espresso Maker! And good luck, Ralph!"
this debate has torn us apart long enough. It's time to find some
common ground. Even the most pro-oar among us can agree that rowing is
a lot more work. Besides, history shows us that if the water's shallow
enough to wade across, your boat might get stuck. And the pro-boot
forces, for their part, can admit that not everyone is comfortable
choosing wading, from those who are disabled or elderly to those who
prefer to minimize the risk of getting wet.
important thing is, we all want to reduce the number of failed water
crossings in America today. That's why it's time to build a bridge
between these two opposing viewpoints. And that bridge over our
troubled waters will be...a bridge. An actual bridge, we mean. Then we
can stop arguing over this bitterly divisive issue and turn our
attention to matters of substance, like whether or not two stick
figures can legally marry.
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Unhappy racecar drivers have known it for decades: pigeonhole Mario
Andretti at your peril. He's the only driver ever to win the Indy 500,
the Daytona 500, and the Formula One World Championship. He's won on
ovals, on road courses, on dragstrips. He's won on dirt and on
pavement. He's won races in five different decades and on five
different continents. If it's got a motor and four wheels, Mario's won
championships driving it.
So when he decided to pursue his
love for wine by founding Andretti Winery, do you think he eased off
the throttle? Not a bit. Even if winemaking isn't a competitive sport,
Mario Andretti didn't get where he is by settling for mediocre. And as
an Italian-American kid whose work took him to exotic locales all over
the world, he knows a thing or two about what good wine is.
first smart move was adding winemaker Bob Pepi to the Andretti Winery
pit crew. Bob had made a name for himself by pioneering the Sangiovese
grape at his family's Robert Pepi Winery, and for developing the
two-hearted canopy trellising system that everybody who grows Sauvignon
Blanc uses nowadays. He's the kind of guy you'd trust to select the
best grapes from Napa, Sonoma, and the Central Coast for your
Chardonnay - so that's exactly what Andretti Winery did.
result is the Andretti Winery 2005 Selections Chardonnay. The Andretti
California Selections series is based on the premise that enjoying fine
wine with every meal (OK, probably not breakfast) is a crucial part of
a rich, pleasurable life. Makes sense to us, especially after we
sniffed its bright green apple, citrus and spice aromas, with a twist
of vanilla. That slightly buttery mouth and clean, crisp finish sent us
scurrying to the fridge to see if we still had any roasted chicken or
But one thing puzzled us: why is this Indy-caliber wine available at NASCAR
prices? Turns out the 2006 Chard is revving its engine at the starting
line, and Andretti Winery needs to clear the '05 off the track. So you
can buy enough to load up the station wagon for the holidays, please
the wine snobs and the race fans alike, and still have some left over
to spray in the winner's circle.
Blend: 100% Chardonnay
Wine Growing Region: Mendocino Valley & Central Coast