So I haven’t been watching this but was laid up recently so thought I’d binge watch. Pretty enjoyable up until this season, and they definitely emphasized the gratuitous nudity and dragons to keep “some” people interested. Then this season - little, if any, gratuitous nudity, a horrible How to Train Your Dragon…
Took the car to the dealer so they could take care of my passenger side airbag recall (yah Takata!). While they were doing that, they made a tiny rock chip in the corner of the windshield turn into a nice big crack. No phone call in advance of doing the work warning that what they were going to do might result in that…
I hope your lives are as full as Eddie’s shitter.
I don’t know if it is because Dole has such a reputation as a crusty old guy, most of the people from this generation (including my grandfather, who also fought in WWII) are gone now, or what, but I admit I teared up a little watching this.
So the spouse is getting a Yukon. Her Pathfinder is being passed down to one of our kids, although he doesn’t have his license yet (but should within the next month or two). Since I work from home now, I really don’t need two cars that sit around, plus the Pathfinder, so one of mine needs to go:
Anyone want to go halfsies?
Given where the extended family is located, we are thinking about meeting up in Kansas City for Thanksgiving (technically, Wed-Sat). The group will include grandparents and then kids ranging from 12-20. Thinking about either a nice hotel where we can have Thanksgiving dinner or trying to find a hotel with fun things…
Actually, y’all can just stay wherever you are for now. The middle kid and I are going to be journeying to UC-Boulder for a college visit in a couple of weeks. Anything in particular that I should think about doing? Thanks!
Update: Others posted that they could see it, but I still could not. Just checked again and now I can see it. KINJA!
Had some great fun doing some “spirited” driving with a group of NSX enthusiasts (and a few other cars) this weekend. But seeing this picture makes me feel like I need to put my car on a diet!
I just turned 50. I work out regularly. I eat relatively well. I don’t go to the doctor. I was at the gym this morning. I had a major heart attack caused by a total blockage of my LAD artery. For those of you who might be wondering, I didn’t die. 😀 What I’m trying to say is go see your doctor at least once a year.…
Textured Soy Protein’s post earlier about his journey to the hidden Chinese restaurant reminded me about my visits as a kid to The Canteen Lunch, a little restaurant stuck in an alley in Ottumwa, IA, whenever we visited Great Grandma. And that reminded me of my very first car, given to me by Great Grandpa, a beautiful…
Still, I would argue that this is exactly what unions are for: to agitate; to make management feel uncomfortable; to refocus the issues on the workers; and to remind people that the power of organized labor is useless if you don’t use it.
USA! USA! USA!
Getting ready to run that 4th of July race? Here’s the story of a father who pulled, cycled, and pushed his son through the Ironman World Championship in Kona! It’s been almost 30 years since they finished, but I love watching this video every time it pops up somewhere.
It’s our annual trip to the area with my now 17 yo son for his triathlon. The race is Saturday morning in Monroe. Anything going on Saturday night that might be fun? Our default is to go to the Sounders game. Thanks for any suggestions!
Yeah, I’m coming late to the party but just never had a chance to see it before now. I enjoyed the movie, thought it was very entertaining, but at the end of the day I don’t understand why it got so much love for the writing and story/screenplay (apart from the undeniable cultural significance of the movie). Pretty…
At least it wasn’t a Mustang.
A brand new Kia Forte S for only $100,000. Normally I’d say this was a typo, but there’s no way a dealer would sell it for $10k so someone actually had to type that number out.
I just had to share this article. Don’t ask me why, because I have no idea. All I do know is that I’m sitting in my office (thank goodness I work from home) with tears rolling down my cheeks. It’s a good reminder to hug your kids, be thankful for what you have, and try to do something good for someone whenever you can.