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Discussion in 'Free For All' started by Ian Lozada, Sep 22, 2007.
it was in the 90s this past weekend
It was quite cool here yesterday, but warmer today.
So, that's probably headed your way.
And I suspect the "scraping" is all done, so the actual "painting" on my house starts today.
I'm looking forward to getting home to see the progress...not so much looking forward to the next installment I have to pay.
I'll join in the hate.
Quarter pounder put me in the hospital in college. Ecoli burger more like it. I'll never eat there again.
90 is the high here today.
We're still hitting mid to upper 90's, which around here is pretty comfortable. Especially with lows dropping below 70 again.
It means I can run right after work and not fry myself.
Right now it's 58, with an expected high of 80.
And that's as warm as it's supposed to get until at least MOnday.
You should have put a Big Mac in the morgue.
That's the Chicago way.
Wow. Right out of left field. Great reference!
And I can't rep you.
Got it covered.
Oh, I ain't going that far. Sometimes a double cheese for $1 hits the spot.
Occassionally, I'll get breakfast there, and if I'm really hungry and everything else in Union Station is closed, I'll grab something there.
BUt, ever since my brother moved out, I've really cut down on eating out.
Especially when you are looking for something to tide you over until later or if you have dinner really early (such as the 3pm dinner that happens when I go to my parents).
McD's fries are world-class.
You all have to admit that.
I like Wendy's better. Although I'm down to eating fries only one day a week.
Not really. Never really impressed me all that much.
anybody here watch NCIS?
The Fry Guys beat you up as a kid, didn't they?
I thought Bill Bradley had bought the farm.
Talk about your pleasant suprises.
and someone find a rope to pull GLU back to earth?
Yes. One of only about three shows I ink in to the calendar to watch every week.
Last night was good stuff (although it stretched credibility more than usual).
Not my favorite fries, but damned close.
I actually felt a bit sad for a fraction of a second when i heard it this morning.
I had no idea he had cancer.