Disclaimer . . . I’m not a real estate agent so I may not know the heck I’m talking about here, but I recently took the above picture when taking a walk around my neighborhood and I’m thinking the use of poinsettias may not be the best choice of flowers.
I’m the world’s worst at putting something in the microwave that only needs to be warmed for about 20-seconds and hitting the quick start minute button, planning on staying nearby to take the item out after 20-seconds, and then stepping away and leaving said item in their for the whole minute
A lot of folks online are trying to get Christian Bale to put on the Batsuit and visit the shooting victims in the hospital. The intent is nice, but I doubt it will happen because he mentioned how he had to spend time alone in the costume the last time he wore it, but if he where to wear the suit again, I do like this idea better.
A single injury is too much, but considering the weapons and how tight people are packed in theaters, I’m surprised the tragedy wasn’t worst.
I couldn’t find anything on how the police new shooter’s apartment was booby-trapped, I guess with the loud music blasting they just didn’t want to take a chance and suspected it.
Craig Ferguson recorded a show the day before the shooting tragedy that was suppose to air the night of the tragedy, but because the monologue had many Batman jokes, he felt the first part of the show was inappropriate to air and instead gave this message.
A lot of Christians often exasperatedly ask why do we care what celebrities have to say, and I often see them be the first to quote and post things that come out of the mouth of Tim Tebow and Jeremy Lin.
As they have repeatedly done, the International Olympic Committee has rejected a request for a moment of silence during the Opening Ceremony for those that died in Munich when 11 Israelis were killed as part of a hostage crisis back in 1972, despite this being the 40th anniversary of the tragedy. Bob Costas decided that NBC will have their own moment of silence.
I tend to use PayPal when I’m too lazy to get up and get my wallet.
I often hear our local sports talk radio personalities complain how the current crop of Cowboys are living off the past of the 70’s and 90’s Cowboys accomplishments and how the current crop isn’t doing much to work hard and earn success for themselves. Now that I think about it, as United States citizens, we’re doing the same thing when elitism goes to our head as we live off the accomplishments of previous generations and do little in putting in the the time and effort as well as the blood, sweat, and tears it takes to be elite.