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November 12, 2009


Dave Maier

Yeah, well, I'm about 15 klicks south of Nyack, New York. So there.

However, I would like to have a tank. And a pony. Or both.

Russell Arben Fox

Truly, James Garner's greatest moment.


I'm 15 cliques short of a global social circle.


Or, I'm 15 cliques south of the West Bridge Mall.

Eh. The klicks/cliques pun seemed to have so much potential, I think I've squandered it though.


Blast it! Should've been:

I'm 15 cliques south of Hot Topic in the West Bridge Mall.

Noni Mausa

Time to post another somethin', my dears. I have you on my "read daily" list, and I have to disagree with your headline everytime your blog opens up.

Hey, you could link to a video of a Spanish Dancer, here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyEDPtUThVo

I have seen video of these critters before, but never realized how huge they are, something the diver's hand makes obvious in this clip.

Happy Givethanksing!


robert halford

One of the best things about Tank is that James Cromwell plays a violent pimp. Use your pimp hand, Farmer Hoggett from Babe!

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