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Betty by Gary Delainey and Gerry Rasmussen


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  1. inshadowz commented on Over the Hedge about 3 hours ago

    With between 200 and 400 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy alone, I think you could easily have several.

  2. inshadowz commented on Get Fuzzy 2 days ago

    And burn-in. Lots and lots of burn-in.

  3. inshadowz commented on Over the Hedge 6 days ago

    I do hope those shorts are toothless!

  4. inshadowz commented on B.C. 18 days ago

    Back in the latter years of the previous millennium, I did the exact opposite. Where my cabbie colleagues were high on Eminem and his fellow wielders of profanity, I played good ol’ Eighties’ music for my passengers. Especially on Friday and Saturday nights, driving people to town and to parties, Alphaville’s “Forever Young” (often on repeat) was a sure-fire hit, whilst Nik Kershaw’s “The Riddle” ruled on the return trip. We’d usually reach the destinations singing and cheering (and it worked wonders with the tips as well).

  5. inshadowz commented on The Buckets 18 days ago

    Each item on the first list is a two hour job.

  6. inshadowz commented on Betty 22 days ago

    Such an emergency fund, or “buffer account” as I call it, is what keeps my personal economy afloat. Add to it whenever I can, subtract whenever I need. And keeping the adds on average greater than the subtracts is what’s enabled me to treat the family to the occasional holiday trip without the added burden of a loan or extensive creditcardery. Best idea I ever had.

  7. inshadowz commented on The Buckets 24 days ago

    As long as there’s someone left who thinks that “world peace is when everyone who thinks or believes differently from us is dead”, there won’t be world peace until everyone who thinks or believes differently from them is dead, or until they are dead. (For the record, this applies regardless of what their religion, political inclination or nationality might be.)

  8. inshadowz commented on Betty 29 days ago

    Out of science fiction and finance fiction, I strongly lean towards the former. The latter totally lacks realism.

  9. inshadowz commented on Over the Hedge 30 days ago

    This is why I have fiber and wifi. Then again, who are these people walking around in my home, acting like they live here?

  10. inshadowz commented on Betty about 1 month ago

    And this is how hammockphobia begins.