Well the White Rain might still be good. I can remember that.
Sounds about like me in the Hallmark Store. But I do know that they will get it right for me. Just have to locate the card.
Dad only got paid twice a year so running out in our house meant that whatever was fixed for a meal was it. Once that was gone nothing else would be fixed until the next day. Once I got old enough to be fixing things for myself or just general fridge raiding, Mom laid down some rules that I had better not break or it might mean that there would be no meals tomorrow, definitely not for me and possibly no one else either. Grocery shopping was once per week when the car was available and for the most part that would have to last for several weeks, if not longer.
So watch it as you eat it, no problem.
Scott, I was referring to the rip of their “All Ads are Tide Ads” that aired during the game on Sunday. :) At my old age I find strange that people have to be told to not eat dish or laundry soap, same as with the gas pump signs about not sucking on the nozzle and pulling the inner handle. But then I can remember at age 7 or 8 scarfing up the “Oreo frosting” on washing machine that turned out to be some of the ammonia and baking soda mix my mother had put on a sister’s bee sting.
Lawyers from P&G ad agency on line 2.
Or, "I am so glad that I thoroughly documented my code. Now even Rita can understand it. "
First you need a boss who is not too cheap to purchase at least one, if not more than one.
You mean like that magic line on the lagoon that the radiation did not and would not cross when I was part of the clean up program in the Marshall Islands?
You might want to start with the Earthsea trillogy. Just be aware that it was written long before Harry Potter no matter how much the beginning of the series might make you think otherwise. Lots of similarities, but enough differences in events to keep law suites away.