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    Fort Regular angelic_one2002's Avatar
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    Its VERY hot and humid here, GingerLVNV. In the 90's..we're getting Texas's
    heatwave they say. Hope your weekend has been a good one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGM35 View Post
    Speaking of dinners and bosses....my boss gave me a dinner out with my b/f for my birthday. He didn't give me a gift certificate but said, go out to dinner on me and bring me the receipt for reimbursement. Well, I am agonizing over where to go, how much (or how little) to spend, etc. I mean, I don't want to take advantage of him but it is a birthday present and my boss is well...sort of "well off", and I know he doesn't mean for us to get McDonald's or even Chili's/Applebee's/TGIF's...I am thinking he means a "real nice" restaurant, one I wouldn't go to all the time, but one to celebrate my bday. Anyway, since I was so worried about it, I asked a friend, what should I do and she says, just ask him. I was horrified at first but hey, how else will I know. So I did, and he said, just go anywhere you want, spend what you want, but don't go crazy and buy the Dom Perignon at $250 a bottle or anything but have a nice time.

    I think we are going to go here. http://www.coolrivercafe.com/Austin/
    Edited to add - I found out they are closed on Sundays. Oh well!
    Help - for some reason I cannot access this site now. Is it just me or can someone else access it? I just wanted to find out when the restaurant closes tonight. Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by PGM35; 07-16-2006 at 06:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PGM35 View Post
    Edited to add - I found out they are closed on Sundays. Oh well!
    Help - for some reason I cannot access this site now. Is it just me or can someone else access it? I just wanted to find out when the restaurant closes tonight. Thanks in advance!
    http://www.opentable.com/rest_profile.aspx?rid=4969

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    Okay, I compared the nutrition labels today with Skippy Natural PB (the one that says you don't have to stir it) and Skippy Regular PB and the sugar was the same (both had 3g per serving - serving size is the same). Am I missing something?

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    Ewww. the heat today just killed me. I can't stand it this hot and of course my ac is acting up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marybethp View Post
    Okay, I compared the nutrition labels today with Skippy Natural PB (the one that says you don't have to stir it) and Skippy Regular PB and the sugar was the same (both had 3g per serving - serving size is the same). Am I missing something?
    That's interesting. I didn't compare the label on the "natural" Skippy with the regular, once I saw that the natural had sugar in it I put it back on the shelf. This just shows the importance of reading labels.

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    There was a detailed, wonderful special about Rod Serling on a San Diego channel tonight covering his entrance into television, and the walls he had to break down in order to cover some of his controversial subjects for the early 60's. I loved The Twilight Zone and Night Gallery (which the critics hated), and thought he was a creative genius. There was a group of us that gathered every night Night Gallery aired (Saturdays?) to watch it together. In my eyes, he was right up there with the Beatles. He died much too young. Did anyone else happen to catch the show?
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    My goodness.

    Wholesomewear presents:

    Culotte swimmer


    Skirted swimmer


    Slimming swimmer



    The Washington Post's Robin Givhan introduces us to this mishmash of nylon and bulky zippers, which targets women looking for modest beachwear and husbands interested in hiding all hints of their wives' womanly curves. The getup consists of a wet-suit underlayer covered by a slightly glamorized potato sack (available in the full spectrum of '80s-worthy neon colors), which helpfully negates any practicality and ease of movement one might associate with a wet suit.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...071301845.html

    Yes, these are supposed to be bathing suits. As many body issues as one may have, i wouldn't be caught dead with this. It capitalizes on insecurities.
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    I lived for Twilight Zone when I was younger. Many years later I used the whole Twilight Zone concept for a TV short. Seemed to work for the topic.

    http://www.alongtheway.org/c4

    The video requires QuickTime to view and is a large file so be patient.
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    Amy Lee, I'd just as soon wear one of these if I felt the need to be that covered, and they're from 1918!


    Much cuter if you ask me!
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