Winning the war on terror one terrified citizen at a time
Oh good... I was worried about the horse getting proper medical care. (Unlike a few million children in this country.)Thanks for linking to my site. How'd you run across it?
That was a hard headline to phrase, but I'm glad you got the implications. :)I do believe you found my site first, a while back. You commented and I added you to the roll. I enjoy your site. Hamsters in the wild? What the..? lol
It appears now that it might have been a shrew. :)And I miss Minnesota a lot. What's going on over there?
All the leaves are brown, and the sky is grey. We're bumming about the Vikings too. How are things on your end?
The mamas and the papas... they must've been in minnesota when they wrote that song.I dont follow football (in fact, i'm proud that i even knew that the vikings are a football team). But, I'm sad to hear they're not having a good season. (I assume the season is still going on.)DC is shitty. My roommate's car got broken into last night... and I remember being woken up by the sound of glass breaking, but I didn't think to get up and check what was going on. The weather is great though.
Best to stay above the fray--of football I mean. Sorry to hear about your friend's car. Maybe it was Bush looking for a solution to the Iraq mess... it's gotta be around here somewhere, right?
The Fray.. another excellent band. :)Nice Bush jab. Hit him with another one--he deserves it.The only things stolen from the car were two suits and a much-loved pair of jeans. Damn bastards.
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