anyone read asimov's lucky starr series written under the name paul french? written for young readers.
this will not end well. will ferrell and friends to mount a big screen version of 80s schlock tv show manimal.
challenge accepted! (not really.)
Was told to high heat roast it, serve med rare.....
I grilled it medium, delish but I am gonna try it again as they suggested...
as "everyone" knows lebron james has opted out of his miami heat contract and is at present exploring his options. most expect he will resign with the heat and did so to cajole his teammates to opt out as well so they could free up some salary cap space to upgrade their roster. but as time has passed there are some rumblings that he could return to cleveland and the ohio of his youth to help them seek a championship.
but nate silver has crunched the numbers and offers a few other suggestions if lebron is hunting championships to add to his all-time bona fides.
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