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skinny needs new computer.....all in favor of the 2.16Ghz over the 2.0 say BUY......and skinny is mostly a Sony guy and his office is non apple......all in favor say STILL BUY.....thanks
hey this is skin-e posting from linda.....
does anyone ride the subway all the days like me?
do i need to get over this fast?
why would anyone pay $$ for many ad's and vague content (with web link)?? to piss me off??:>)
the first one i saw i cant remeber the web site, saw it again yesterday didnt write it down....
todays saw a new one, angry I wrote it down, www.windorphins.com = ebay....
skin-e will from here on in IGNORE these pest's!!
cow rescued from swimming pool (via AFC)
powers of, like, what ever.
elwood. yeah, hes from new jersey
Just heard about Ojos de Brujo. They're in S.F Saturday night. Good tickets are available. But I'd have to ditch the parental units and dinner at Allegro Romano. They're in NYC for two nights next week. Maybe I should catch them in Rotterdam. Never been to Rotterdam.
That's a sentiment echoed by Matthew Roth, the coordinator for the Citywide Coalition. "Each of those groups looks to the other and says, 'Part of the problem is bikes are riding on the sidewalks,' or 'Pedestrians are jaywalking,'" he concludes. "You hear that constantly. We've spent so many years prioritizing cars that there's been very little regard for pedestrian safety. So it's people fighting over crumbs."
Can Bloggers Replace Columnists?
Bob Guskind, blogger for Gowanus Lounge and Brooklyn editor of Curbed, looks at whether blogs can tell the same stories as print journalists did a generation ago.
Listen to former columnist Pete Hamill explain why he thinks blogs can't tell the immigrant stories that print newspapers do.
Coney Island RIP?
west village wild turkey
the psych animation of vincent collins
Take A Dip:>)
A branch of May…
contains a Summer Tanager, presaging the change of seasons…
Endangered, hunted, smuggled and now abandoned, 5,000 of the world's rarest animals have been found drifting in a deserted boat near the coast of China.
The pangolins, Asian giant turtles and lizards were crushed inside crates on a rickety wooden vessel that had lost engine power off Qingzhou island in the southern province of Guangdong. Most were alive, though the cargo also contained 21 bear paws wrapped in newspaper.
According to conservation groups, the haul was discovered on one of the world's most lucrative and destructive smuggling routes: from the threatened jungles of south-east Asia to the restaurant tables of southern China.
some people have all the luck
biking through the holland tunnel
whales have resumés? or perhaps I have dyslexia.