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Stephen King is one of the laziest writers I know of (his son is even worse). Virtually every time he runs out of dialogue for a character he throws in a completely superfluous obscenity, and ruins his own story flow.
When he’s made to work within someone else’s parameters he’s really quite a good, but I only know of two instances.
His television play: “Sorry, Right Number,” and his short story “The Music Room.”
As it has been demonstrated that fat detrimentally affects health, Tuesday should go on a physician directed diet.
That image is disturbing.
It goes straight to my it-has-no-right-to-exist side.
As someone who does read almost a book a week for pleasure, I have no sympathy for Jon’s position whatsoever.
He was part of a band too, his fellow band members drove him out when he could no longer jamb.
His value system is liquid, and he’s easily sucked in too.
Did she drive her purply Prius to the beach so she could indulge her proclivity for swimming publicly without pudeur?
I wonder what happened to last week’s posting. It’s still not there.
There are virtually as many Garam Masala recipes as there are spices, and a good portion of them contain turmeric as an ingredient; some of them will take the skin off your tongue. Go carefully !!!
Thanks for that. I didn’t have a clue what the cartoon was about.
There are some vicious people in the world.
If you and Arlene ever break up, Garfield, take up with Jennyanydots.
“All day she sits upon the stair or on the steps or on the mat:
She sits and sits and sits and sits — and that’s what makes a
Gumbie Cat !”
T.S. Eliot (From: “The Old Gumbie Cat”)