Post a Comment. Having people tell you about their dreams is annoying. What seems "so weird" to them seems boring to everyone else.
I decided a long time ago that I would only post if I had something worthwhile to say but I soon realized that for me, that was a paradox. Before you read this post, I would highly recommend that you take a look at the aforementioned post by Jon and view the panorama. It would help put this story into perspective.
Welcome to my next trip report, which recaps a trip that was more destination focused than my usual review trips. Andrew and I usually go on a trip every year, and this year the option seemed obvious. We were both fascinated by this flight.
Actually the journey was not strange, but uneventful and it orientated in Moscow. Seinfeld fans will recognise the quote. The overnight train is easy and convenient. It is reasonably priced and easy to book using the the Russian Railways website — click here.
They get split up, can't get into the movie, and three of them end up going to see Rochelle, Rochelle instead. However, they ditch the movie partway through. While at the video store, George sees Susan and her girlfriend for the first time.
But way back before we even started featuring guests on this show, Troels had latched, leech-like, onto another gentleman, who was in the process of single-handedly creating Paradigma surreal comedy adventure game. Troels lured Jacob into appearing in a deliciously twisted episode of Open Crowd Sourceand Jacob subsequently invited his favourite podcasting brosephinos to test his game. Over the course of 80 minutes, we grilled the man for the myths and legends, and insights into the creative process, offering our own views on what has changed since we first played the game.
When it comes to celebrities, their brand value appears to go up once they have passed. Take Elvis, for example. He has been dead 40 years.
Each day, the New York tabloids vie to sell readers at the newsstands on outrageous headlines, dramatic photography, and, occasionally, great reporting. Who is today's winner? New York Post: Who is that lady on the cover of the Post today, in the royal purple satin negligee with a length of cotton clothesline draped over her shoulders, one end threaded through and dangling from her provocatively beckoning left hand, the grey limpid pools of her eyes winking out at us from under warm auburn tresses, her lips pursed in a pouty, devilish smile?
It is the 14th episode of the fourth season, and first aired on January 6, Jerry has two stand-up acts scheduled for the same night; due to a delay in one of them, he cannot make both shows. A hopeful comedian, Buckles Barry Diamondhangs around to fill in when somebody drops out.