I do not know her name. My only connection to her is that I heard of her.
More like she will be forced to say she loves it.
Gehenna was just outside Old Jerusalem, and it served as the city dump where the garbage was burned. It was hot, smelly, and disgusting – and became the place for which Hell was named after.
Love ’em all.
Heard of a woman who lived just outside Hell, Michigan and drove into town on a regular basis. She named her car, “Handbasket.”
Any time I see a “news” story that has either “OJ Simpson” or “Meghan Markle” in the headline I read something else.
Well, on to Calvin and Hobbes …
When will it get to zoot suits and peg trousers?
’Tis true. I thought of that, but it must have been a one-off.
The Hindenburg is a 1975 American Technicolor film based on the disaster of the German airship Hindenburg. The film stars George C. Scott and Anne Bancroft.