Lemont wasn’t cut out for manual labor.
Did the bricks kill him? That would be poetic justice!
“Another brick in the wall.” —Pink Floyd
Yontrop was correct yesterday, see? He said it should be mortar, not spackle!
David Letterman claims to order Mojitos even though he dislikes them… because he likes to say the word. Drawn out, as Moe-Heeee-Toe.
Easier to escape in case of fire using spackle.
As in the real estate meltdown of 2008 and the massive numbers of foreclosures, who is going to rent and buy the apartments and homes which people are forced out of? Banks will be feasting again.
Lamont wants his $2 back. He’s going to need it for the lawsuit.
Haha, and I thought I was crazy for always using “spackle” to describe everything from grout to caulk.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R652nwUcJRAOn Last Week Tonight, John Oliver did an in-depth analysis of the pending eviction crisis. With the expiration of the 90-day grace period, and rent due tomorrow, we are just about to turn the COVID pandemic into a homelessness pandemic. It’s a potentially enormous problem, and I have no idea how to deal with it. Maybe, direct federal compensation to landlords until the economy can reopen?
It’s not cement for bricks and blocks, its mortar.
Clyde’s right. Spackle is a fun word to say.
Darrin Bell and Theron Heir