WifeGeeding bought some Nesquick for the kids recently. That brought back some good memories. I remember mixing it into my milk as a kid when it was called Nestle Quick and came in a tin box. A round lid was on top of the box and sometimes it could be a booger trying to get into it. I can vividly remember my late mother teaching me how to pry it open with a spoon, that the “trick” was to place it between the smallest gaps. It might have been the first physics lesson I was taught. I can also recall mixing it and then getting another scoop with a wet spoon and the funky gathering that would take place.
Someone tell this dude he doenst have to touch every one of em? pic.twitter.com/znemrEjD2C
— Jomboy (@Jomboy_) July 31, 2020
‘Success Addicts’ Choose Being Special Over Being Happy – The pursuit of achievement distracts from the deeply ordinary activities and relationships that make life meaningful.
Interactive map – Where US citizens are allowed to travel to this summer
Trump has basically made us toxic to the rest of the world.
can we talk about the editing in this Nike commercial holy crap pic.twitter.com/VuWj6u5PaW
— Spencer Althouse (@SpencerAlthouse) July 30, 2020
Stephen McDaniel killed and dismembered his neighbor. Forgive me if I’m not using the correct legal margin, but during questioning or his interrogation, he keeps eerily still for about two hours.
Also eerily creepy is how loquacious he was in this live television interview, acting as if he was a friend of the deceased and helped with the search party, then shuts down (around the 1:20 mark) when the reporter reveals her body was found hidden inside a dumpster.
Take a closer look inside the BT Sport studios as boxing returns in unfamiliar circumstances after the COVID-19 pandemic. You can hear every punch and every instruction…