Who ships owners manuals on CD these days? All the new products I’ve purchased the past few years send you to the manufacturer’s website to access the manual.
A lot of small retailers in my area will have events which feature food trucks to draw people in, so it’s not completely out of the realm of possibility
This is starting to remind me of that classic episode of the Munsters where Eddie got to meet his hero Zombo, a costumed horror movie host, and was severely disappointed to learn Zombo was nothing but an ordinary guy in a costume.
Thanks for the explanation. It reminded me of the abbreviation DNR (did not read) designation used among online book-reading communities, so I was two-thirds of the way there.
A coworker was once talking to me about the “Toyota War” conflict between Chad and Libya in the 1980s, a rather obscure topic for Americans. When I got home and looked at Youtube, sure enough there was a video about the Toyota War in my feed.
Mine went after skunks. Three times. You’d think he would have learned after the first, but nooooo
You can’t spell “nowhere” without both “here” and “now”
Yep, first thing I thought of. “Torr” (Old English for “hill”) + “Penn” (Old Welsh for “hill”) + Haugr (Old Norse for “hill”) + “Hill” (Modern English for… well, you know).
Madison was rarely used as a first name at all, and post-WWII it didn’t even crack the top 1000 baby names in the USA until after the release of “Splash” in 1984. The very next year it made a blip onto the top 1000 as a girl’s name and by 1997 it was among the top 10 names for girls, peaking at #2 by the early 2000s.