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Discussion in 'Cafe toonzone' started by Jacob, Aug 30, 2009.
Huh? That's outrageous. My theater just charges normal price for midnights...
Well, I just spoke to the one and ONLY owner of a 1986 Toyota Corolla since NEW! She's born in 1927 and was so happy and fresh, She just made me feel happier!! Her son has hided the car somewhere, and she thinks it's inside somewhere! (which is really good) She also told me her car has never really broken down in it's 26 years!
I'm waiting for a answer about me getting the car, She was really nice and was so happy. Spoak really load and clear not some mumbling.. I was kinda scared i was calling some old lady and would just hear mumbling and the old person not understanding i wanted the Corolla or misunderstanding me. :3
I had a bad luck streak. First the library was closed for some event, then a thing that covered a light fixture on the ceiling in our bathroom shattered, cracking a sink and rupturing a pipe, then the library was closed again, this time due to a swarm of bees.
I just figured out the meaning of life. Well, more accurately, I guess, the meaning of death. You see, we have to die for things to ever stand a chance of getting better. We're useful for our time, sure, but if we lived forever we'd always be around, stinking up the joint with our ingrained attitudes and prejudices and stupidity, and there would never be a next generation to take over and reject that noise and try to make something better. Now, there can be setbacks and wrong turns, of course, but I believe the general march of human history is toward the good. So, each person gets a chance to give as much as they can and then the next generation gets a chance to improve on it.
No snark, just an observation.
I just bought my Avengers tickets for Friday! So excited! Also, that whole death thing...
I'm seeing Avengers today or Tommorrow. Jeez, I'm PUMPED for that movie.
The film is awesome, I think you'l enjoy it.
Something that was a bit annoying happened to me yesterday. My friend was trying to take the label off of a bottle of Coca-Cola (for reasons I am still unsure of). Not one of those large bottles that you'd get of a soda machine, one of the bigger ones you'd find in a supermarket. And he ended up using a pair of scissors to try and take it off. Of course, that didn't end well. Soda sprayed out of the bottle, and through an extraordinary stroke of bad luck, I was standing right in the path of it. When I moved out of the way the soda just barely missed an electrical plug in the wall.My friend does stuff like that a lot though (both on purpose and by accident) so I forgave him.
Scrollin' through DA and I come across this one:
That picture is amazing, and I don't even really like Avatar that much.
Just something a little fun that totally made my night: I was tweeted by the creator of one of my favorite television shows, White Collar:
He was asking questions on Twitter and he replied to one of my responses. And yes, I did reply to his question.
Everyone, tomorrow I'll be leaving for a week long cruise to the Bahamas and a few other islands. I haven't been on a cruise since 1989. It should be fun.
I just hope this will relieve all the tension I've had from going to so many doctors in the past month.
When I get back, I wonder if anyone here at TZ would be one-bit interested in hearing my comments on the long-awaited "new-to-America" Winx Club: Season 4. I want to know people think.
Recommendation: NEVER take AP US History and AP Euro exams on the same day. They were close to four hours each, and I got a five minute lunch break in between. No, I didn't have time to eat any lunch.
US was easy, especially the multiple choice. But even though I knew the answers to the essay questions, it was very painful (mentally and physically to my hand) to write them in the allotted time. Euro multiple choice was not that bad, although I fell asleep during part of it... but then when I got to the last two Euro essays I didn't know how to answer any of them.
But this was probably one of the worst days of my life. My hand hurts really bad after struggling to finish six essays and 160 multiple choice questions in eight hours (with a total of twenty-five minutes of break time). And then I had to walk home.
When I was in high school, I took AP European as a sophomore and AP US as a junior. Seems odd you'd have two history exams in the same year?
Yeah, I should've taken AP Euro as a sophomore. There were only two people in the school that I know of who took both classes the same year.
I got a new 32 inch, 720p Vizio HDTV at Wal-Mart, yesterday, and it's awesome.
I set it up in a room upstairs, which I like to think of as my man cave.
I finally got myself a Ferrari!
She's a 1 horsepower, 4 hoof drive, 3 speed semi-automatic beauty decked in genuine leather and gets amazing gas mileage. She got tons of apples and carrots as reward for not shaking the badge off her forehead.
Birthday present from my mother arrived yesterday. So nice to have somewhere in my room to sit besides my bed and desk.
Looks nice! That's what I need in my room. I agree, it's a pain only having a desk or bed to sit at. Reading is so much more comfortable when you can sit back in something nice and not have to lean forward at a desk or lay on a bed only to keep switching sides.
Thanks! My mother was originally going to get me a desk chair that I'd fallen in love with, but when we went down to Ikea to get it, I saw this one and fell in love with it. It's also in the perfect position to watch my TV from now, whereas before I kept having to shift my TV depending on if I was sitting in bed or at my desk
Agreed. I have a bean bag chair I could sit in, but I keep sinking too far into it.
Anyway, I've been doing good. I got all As in my classes. I may start reviewing things, but it's only a maybe for now.