Not true. Miniatures were always optional and not even necessarily encouraged.
Next time any Gawkermodo “writers” try to tell you about how professional they are, point them back to this. That’s a mistake that no actual writer would make, and certainly an organization with actual editing would catch. This is truly no different that reading someone’s wordpress site, except it has this crappy…
Hell no they don’t (fight fair). I’ve got an 8 pound house cat that can do some serious damage when it feels feisty. I can’t imagine what 12x bigger would be like.
What’s the big deal?
You can’t put uncooked, diced potato in with eggs. It would never cook in time. Unless you like raw potatoes or way overcooked eggs.
I went last year after not having been for at least 5 years. It was fucking terrible. It was terrible; it was overpriced, and the decor was straight out of 1988. How that place stays in business is beyond me.
Well that’s a fucking non-sequitur. What does it have to do with the Root? I’d read it exactly the other way you seem to be implying.
Not exactly. More like, “this thing I keep reading about wasn’t all that great the first time around. I don’t understand why I’m still reading about it 20 years later.”
I don’t even fly Southwest that often and get 8 free drink vouchers per year; they always have 2 free checked bags; priority boarding costs an extra $12.
The good news is that someone appears to be eating her fibre.
You understand that this entire scandal revolves around someone who was the doctor for a college gymnastics team?
Piker. A little ash never hurt anyone.
Beat it youngster. Ride or die with Bartles and Jaymes
I think the US should adopt the UK’s liquor laws and let 16 year olds have beer or wine with a meal and adult supervision.
Yup, not coming to Denver either. I’ll survive.
All this media trying to make a reissue of “Exile in Guyville” into a thing and make me re-care about Liz Phair is bothersome. I was there, in Chicago, for the first go ‘round. It wasn’t really that great back then.
Yea, you have higher elevation land with a better view of the ocean. The insurance company will want you to pay them to rebuild.
Longer summers and all the bears will be dead. If you start buying now, it may pay off by 2040.
Just depends on how processed you want your food to be. I do know that don’t want to hear a bunch of lip from the likes of Ben and Jerry that they don’t have a Halo Top competitor because “that’s not ice cream.”
I hear you. I kind of like that gritty texture though. In part, because all of the additives in other ice cream (have you tried Breyer’s lately? Disgusting) have gotten them to the point where they have the texture and mouthfeel of liquid vinyl.