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“Rum and Coke.”
“Rum and Coke.”
— John Minoglio, stay-at-home dad, Lawrence
— Carol Goodwin, Douglas County Senior Services employee, Lawrence
— Gary Bartlett, maintenance planner at ICL Performance Products, Lawrence
— Regina Oxford, KU accountant, Lone Star
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You should get an award for your response. None of us could live without it.
Iced tea. I drink indoors in winter.
Grey Goose. With "Hair of the Dog" chaser.
Seriously LJW staff,
Just 96 hours? How insensitive can you be?
I've finally figured out what we have to do:
Shut down all the Targets.
A chain of superstores whose logo is right off a firing range - are you crazy? If a single set of crosshairs on a single Sarah Palin Web site can get 19 people shot or killed, having hundreds of storefronts advertising target practice is inviting a nationwide massacre!
It's going to be the law anyway.
Rep. Robert Brady (D-Pa.) reportedly plans to introduce legislation that would make it a federal crime to use language or symbols that could be perceived as threatening or inciting violence against a federal official or member of Congress.
Anything round could be seen as a target and push some crazy person over the edge. Round things must be banned.
Home-roasted coffee, as sweet as sin and as dark as the heart of midnight.
Snow has you waxing poetic, this morning!
I was also waxing wroth, but ran out of wax.
ripple straight from the bottle.
WOW Ripple where in the world can u get some
One step up from cough syrup.
If it becomes illegal to use words like 'scope', 'target', 'cross-hairs', 'bulls-eye', etc. I will be denied a significant percentage of my already limited vocabulary. Will we be required to "dislike intensely" as opposed to "hate"? Is political correctness not only going over the top but also around the bend? Am I starting to write rambling diatribes and becoming 'kind of a loner'?
NAH! I lean too far to the right for all that!
Why does the right take their angry whiny ranting to every conversation. their favorite drink, sour grape narcissism. A prepackaged tea bag.
I love hot chocolate, Had an excellent one at Miltons, the omelet was dry and cold, the hot chocolate tasted made from scratch rather than a mix, If it was a mix, it was a good one.
bait . . cast . . . hook! No anger here pace, or sour grapes either! Just having a little fun this morning, looks like at your expense, I might add. Enjoy your hot chocolate!
you drink deep of your drink, I drink mine.
Diet Mtn. Dew, the elixir of life, can't say enough good things about it.
Same as all year long, beer, bourbon chaser.
With a biscuit chaser.
And bacon garnish.
Well done all of you!
Not too many remember, but many, many years ago, they used to advertise drinking Dr. Pepper hot in the winter. Never tried it, but if any of you have some on hand, heat a sip or two in the microwave and let us know how you rate it.
With slices of lemon.
I drink Diet Dr Pepper (enough to float an aircraft carrier), much of the time at room temperature. In summer I leave a bottle in the cup holder sometimes for hours. When I tip it back I get a rush of carbonation up the nose. Close as I get to being high.
Hot chocolate with a shot of butterscotch schnapps
Tab or Pepsi Free.
Mad Dog 20/20 and Boones Farm.
I miss Bali Hai. But I've heard Wild Vines Frutezia "Sunshine Blend" is very close to the same. Haven't seen it around but just as well. Too damn old to survive that again . . .
Melted yellow snow; goes down well while watching the political pissing matches on television.
Scotch is for all four seasons.
Gordons gin martini straight up, stirred, 2 olives on the pick.
Only get to have two, though.
Patron Silver...until my clothes fall off!!!!
For Thursday's question...
I unchain a hostage from the dungeon to remove the snow. They start the removal when it starts to accumulate.
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