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  1. LumFan commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 6 months ago

    Those were the days. My family did make lists of what we wanted for Christmas (with the surprise being what on your list you got). In my case, it was the many times I asked for items that I did not get (I asked for a lot of anime).

  2. LumFan commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 8 months ago

    Too late.

    http://static4.paizo.com/image/product/catalog/OWD/OWDPZOWBG.jpg

  3. LumFan commented on Tony Auth 10 months ago

    Rest on peace, Tony. You will be missed, but you are going to a better place than here.

  4. LumFan commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 11 months ago

    There’s only so many things that a tablet can do, and many things that it cannot. Coloring books, hands-on science, writing. And reading is best when you are holding a real book and not looking at a pdf.

  5. LumFan commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 12 months ago

    http://www.gocomics.com/heavenly-nostrils/2013/07/14#.U7jpKPldVu4
    And way to keep it real, Sue.

  6. LumFan commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn about 1 year ago

    Unicorn!

  7. LumFan commented on Jim Morin over 1 year ago

    I’ll believe that a corporation is a person when Texas executes a corporation for wrong-doing.

  8. LumFan commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn over 1 year ago

    UNICORN!

  9. LumFan commented on Mike Luckovich over 1 year ago

    At least the Iranians and (maybe) the North Koreans are a bit saner than the majority of the Tea Party caucus.

  10. LumFan commented on Matt Davies over 1 year ago

    Speaker Boehner is still working under the so-called “Hastert Rule”, in which any piece of legislation he brings up in the House of Representatives must have the support of a majority of the majority caucus (Republican in this case). However, former speaker Dennis Hastert (R-IL), the rule’s namesake, has said that the rule “never really existed.”
    ^
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/10/03/denny-hastert-disses-the-hastert-rule-it-never-really-existed.html