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I love that, after over a week, I won't be pulling single-dad duty.

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Barbie is a fashion doll manufactured by the American toy-company Mattel, Inc. and launched in March 1959. American businesswoman Ruth Handler is credited with the creation of the doll using a German doll called Bild Lilli as her inspiration.

Barbie is the figurehead of a brand of Mattel dolls and accessories, including other family members and collectible dolls. Barbie has been an important part of the toy fashion doll market for over fifty years, and has been the subject of numerous controversies and lawsuits, often involving parody of the doll and her lifestyle.

Mattel has sold over a billion Barbie dolls, making it the company’s largest and most profitable line. However, sales have declined sharply since 2014. The doll transformed the toy business in affluent communities worldwide by becoming a vehicle for the sale of related merchandise (accessories, clothes, friends of Barbie, etc.). She had a significant impact on social values by conveying characteristics of female independence, and with her multitude of accessories, an idealized upscale life-style that can be shared with affluent friends.

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I love peace and quiet!

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The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, commonly known as the Tower of Terror, is an accelerated drop tower dark ride located at Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney California Adventure, Tokyo DisneySea, and Walt Disney Studios Park. Exempting the Tokyo version, the attractions are inspired by Rod Serling's anthology television series, The Twilight Zone, and take place in the fictional Hollywood Tower Hotel in Hollywood, California. The Tokyo version, which features an original story line not related to The Twilight Zone, takes place in the fictional Hotel Hightower. All four versions place riders in a seemingly ordinary hotel elevator, and present riders with a fictional back story in which people mysteriously disappeared from the elevator under the influence of some supernatural element many years prior.

The original version of the attraction opened at Disney's Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World in July 1994, and was the basis of the 1997 television film of the same name; where several scenes were shot at the attraction. A decade later, Disney began plans to add similar versions of the attraction to their newest parks at the Disneyland Resort in California, Tokyo Disney Resort in Japan, and Disneyland Resort Paris. In California and Paris, Disney sought to use the popular attraction to boost attendance at the respective resorts' struggling new theme parks. The California and Tokyo versions of Tower of Terror opened in 2004 and 2006, respectively, while financial problems delayed the opening of the Paris version until 2008. The California version is scheduled to close in January 2017.

The Tower of Terror buildings are among the tallest structures found at their respective Disney resorts. At 199 feet (60.7 m), the Florida version is the second tallest attraction building at the Walt Disney World Resort, shorter only than Expedition Everest's 199.5 feet (60.8 m). At the Disneyland Resort, the 183-foot (55.8 m) structure is the tallest attraction at the resort, as well as one of the tallest buildings in Anaheim. At Disneyland Paris, it is the second tallest attraction.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
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Hey, though! That Zombie Monkie was delicious. Very robust, without being too strong.
I'll have to search for it. I loved the can

It's from the Tallgrass Brewing Company, out of Kansas. It came in a four-pack of pint cans. It even has a rough surface on the can, which they call a "Tactical Grip Can" to "prevent slippage while fleeing". It's advertised as a Post-Apocalyptic Porter.

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As a model, Tyra Banks had the following restrictions: - No Frontal Nudity - No Birds - No Cats - No Fish - No Cigarettes - No Alcohol.

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

Well, Max's Big Day turned even bigger when, at the last minute, he won an all-expenses paid honeymoon trip to beautiful Beaver, Oklahoma, Cow Chip Throwing Capital of the World! Meanwhile, Gary's own plan to completely renovate Max's home as a wedding gift had hit a snag, as the solid gold toilet seats he'd ordered became lost during shipment. And, across town, Patrick and Scott were fast at work on a genetically engineered......No, wait! That's my soap opera!

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Cruise control (sometimes known as speed control or autocruise, or tempomat in some countries) is a system that automatically controls the speed of a motor vehicle. The system is a servomechanism that takes over the throttle of the car to maintain a steady speed as set by the driver.

Speed control with a was used in automobiles as early as 1900 in the Wilson-Pilcher and also in the 1910s by Peerless. Peerless advertised that their system would "maintain speed whether up hill or down". The technology was adopted by James Watt and Matthew Boulton in 1788 to control steam engines, but the use of governors dates at least back to the 17th century. On an engine the governor adjusts the throttle position as the speed of the engine changes with different loads, so as to maintain a near constant speed.

Modern cruise control (also known as a speedostat or tempomat) was invented in 1948 by the inventor and mechanical engineer Ralph Teetor. His idea was born out of the frustration of riding in a car driven by his lawyer, who kept speeding up and slowing down as he talked. The first car with Teetor's system was the 1958 Imperial (called "Auto-pilot") using a speed dial on the dashboard. This system calculated ground speed based on driveshaft rotations off the rotating speedometer-cable, and used a bi-directional screw-drive electric motor to vary throttle position as needed.

A 1955 U.S. Patent for a "Constant Speed Regulator" was filed in 1950 by M-Sgt Frank J. Riley. He installed his invention, which he conceived while driving on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, on his own car in 1948. Despite this patent, the inventor, Riley, and the subsequent patent holders were not able to collect royalties for any of the inventions using cruise control.

In 1965, American Motors (AMC) introduced a low-priced automatic speed control for its large-sized cars with automatic transmissions. The AMC "Cruise-Command" unit was engaged by a push-button once the desired speed was reached and then the throttle position was adjusted by a vacuum control directly from the speedometer cable rather than a separate dial on the dashboard.

Daniel Aaron Wisner invented "Automotive Electronic Cruise Control" in 1968 as an engineer for RCA's Industrial and Automation Systems Division in Plymouth, Michigan. His invention described in two patents filed that year (US 3570622 & US 3511329), with the second modifying his original design by debuting digital memory, was the first electronic device in controlling a car. Two decades passed before an integrated circuit for his design was developed by Motorola. as the MC14460 Auto Speed Control Processor in CMOS. The advantage of electronic speed control over its mechanical predecessor was that it could be integrated with electronic accident avoidance and engine management systems.

Following the 1973 oil crisis and rising fuel prices, the device became more popular in the U.S. "Cruise control can save gas by avoiding surges that expel fuel" while driving at steady speeds. In 1974, AMC, GM, and Chrysler priced the option at $60 to $70, while Ford charged $103.

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Victoria's Secret is an American designer, manufacturer and marketer of women's premium lingerie, womenswear and beauty products. With 2012 sales of $6.12 billion, it is the largest American retailer of women's lingerie. Victoria's Secret is wholly owned by L Brands, a publicly traded company.

Roy Raymond opened the first Victoria's Secret store on June 12, 1977 at the Stanford Shopping Center after feeling embarrassed trying to purchase lingerie for his wife in a public department store. To open the store, he took a $40,000 bank loan and borrowed $40,000 from his parents to found Victoria's Secret: a store in which men could feel comfortable buying lingerie. Raymond picked the name Victoria to associate with the refinement of the Victorian era. The Secret was what was hidden underneath the clothes. The company's first store was located in Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto, California. The company earned $500,000 in its first year and Raymond promptly started a mail order catalog and opened three more stores.

In 1982, Raymond sold the Victoria's Secret company, with its six stores and 42-page catalogue, grossing $6 million per year, to Leslie Wexner, the founder of The Limited, for about $1 million. By the early 1990s, Victoria's Secret had become the largest American lingerie retailer, topping $1 billion.

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Friendly otter jumps onto kayak, joins birthday celebration

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Emily Mortimer was educated at the prestigious St Paul's Girls School in London, and was in the same class as fellow actress Rachel Weisz.

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Kryzbyn wrote:
Also, one of these days the time wraiths are gonna mug Barry in an alley.

And go through his pockets for loose speed force.

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I love when neither of my children wake me up during the night.

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Mr. Bingle is a fictional character, a snowman assistant to Santa Claus. Originating as a mascot of the Maison Blanche department store in New Orleans, Louisiana, the character was later marketed in New Orleans and elsewhere by Mercantile Stores and Dillard's, and it remains part of the popular culture of the Greater New Orleans area.

Mr. Bingle was originally conceived by Emile Alline, an employee of Maison Blanche, in 1947. Mister Bingle shared the initials of his home, "M.B.", as the store was often called. Mr. Bingle became best known in puppet (or marionette) form at the Canal Street Maison Blanche, puppeteered by Edwin "Oscar" Isentrout (who also played the voice of Mr. Bingle), assisted by Ray Frederick and Harry J. Ory. These puppet shows occurred each day for the few weeks leading up to Christmas for about 15 minutes at a time, and were a favorite of local children. Mr. Bingle also appeared in musical radio and television commercials. The puppet shows ended in 1985 when Isentrout died.

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Trying to avoid drama today at work myself. Martial arts helps, yes it does.

When I first read this, for some reason I thought it said "martian arts".

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I love a pile of comics needing to be read.

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Interstate 95 (I-95) is the main Interstate Highway on the East Coast of the United States, running largely parallel to the Atlantic Ocean and U.S. Highway 1, serving areas between Florida and New England inclusive. In general, I-95 serves metropolitan areas such as Boston, Providence, New York, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. in the Northeast down to the Mid-Atlantic, and Richmond, Fayetteville, Savannah, Jacksonville, and Miami in the Southeast. The route follows a more direct inland route between Washington, D.C. and Savannah, notably bypassing the coastal metropolitan areas of Norfolk-Virginia Beach and Charleston, which require connections through other Interstate Highways.

I-95 is one of the oldest routes of the Interstate Highway System, yet its completion is still dependent on a project in Pennsylvania and New Jersey that is scheduled to be finished by 2018. Currently, its role in that region has been filled in mainly by I-295, by I-195, and by an unsigned portion of the New Jersey Turnpike in Southern New Jersey. Many sections of I-95 incorporated pre-existing sections of toll roads where they served the same right of way. I-95's two pieces total 1,919.74 mi (3,090 km). The southern terminus of I-95 is at U.S. Route 1 (US 1) in Miami, Florida, while the northern terminus is at the Houlton–Woodstock Border Crossing with New Brunswick, Canada.

I-95 is the longest north–south Interstate, followed by I-75, and the sixth-longest Interstate Highway overall after I-70 (2,153 miles, 3,465 km), I-10 (2,460 miles, 3,959 km), I-40 (2,555 miles, 4,112 km), I-80 (2,899 miles, 4,665 km), and I-90 (3,099 miles, 4,987 km). I-95 passes through more states than any other Interstate Highway at 15 states, followed by I-90, which crosses 13 states. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, only five of the 96 counties (or equivalents) along the route are completely rural, while statistics provided by the I-95 Corridor Coalition suggest that the region served is "over three times more densely populated than the U.S. average and as densely settled as much of Western Europe".

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Just thinking about it - the first time I drove on I-10 was nearly 30 years ago.

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I was just bummed that....

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......it took the entire episode before they actually got around to the cross-over. So instead of an as-advertised 4-part cross over event, we really get a 3.1 cross-over. It's.....annoying.

Otherwise, I hope that Cadmus crap is over for now. It was really starting to drag.

And thank the gods they quickly dispensed with that J'onn turnin into a white martian crap. That was idiotic.

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I love a small taste of freedom.

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Cyber Monday is a marketing term for the Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States. The term "Cyber Monday" was created by marketing companies to persuade people to shop online. The term was coined by Ellen Davis and made its debut on November 28, 2005 in a Shop.org press release entitled "'Cyber Monday Quickly Becoming One of the Biggest Online Shopping Days of the Year".

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Mariel Hemingway is the granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway and Elizabeth Hadley Richardson. She is the younger sister of Margaux Hemingway, born in 1955, and Joan Hemingway ("Muffet"), born in 1950.
And in the 80s I had the Playboy Magazine issue with her in it. Rowr rowr.

I think every dude had that issue.

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Interstate 10 (I-10) is the southernmost cross-country interstate highway in the American Interstate Highway System. It stretches from the Pacific Ocean at State Route 1 (SR 1) (Pacific Coast Highway) in Santa Monica, California, to I-95 in Jacksonville, Florida. This freeway is part of the originally planned Interstate Highway network that was laid out in 1956, and its last section was completed in 1990. I-10 is the fourth-longest Interstate Highway in the United States, following I-90, I-80, and I-40. About one-third of its length is within the state of Texas, where the freeway spans the state at its widest breadth.

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The earliest evidence of the phrase Black Friday applied to the day after Thanksgiving in a shopping context suggests that the term originated in Philadelphia, where it was used to describe the heavy and disruptive pedestrian and vehicle traffic that would occur on the day after Thanksgiving. This usage dates to at least 1961. More than twenty years later, as the phrase became more widespread, a popular explanation became that this day represented the point in the year when retailers begin to turn a profit, thus going from being "in the red" to being "in the black".

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Mariel Hemingway is the granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway and Elizabeth Hadley Richardson. She is the younger sister of Margaux Hemingway, born in 1955, and Joan Hemingway ("Muffet"), born in 1950.

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I can't wait to see.....

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That douche bag Gregory get his ass reamed by some bullet or otherwise lethal object. Maybe a knife or machete. Seriously, what kind of pansy a@#%@&% would try and sell out a pregnant chick to save his own worthless ass?

Come to think of it, I know exactly the kind.

Not to mention him trying that creepy ass Hollywood casting couch crap on Sasha. Dude must have been some movie studio bigshot or other celebrity type before the Walkerpocalypse went down.

The scene with Jesus, Sasha, and Maggie going all s#+$ crazy on those walkers was pretty cool. Jesus is a badass mofo.

The Saviors are really just a bag of dicks, when you get down to it.

Carl and Whatever-the-f~&!-her-name-is sitting in a tree. K-I-S-S-I....ah who gives a flying f*&#. But maybe Carl and Jesus can f@!$ some people up when they get to the Savior's place. Carl is still a little nutsack, though.

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My oldest brother arranged for a guy to come out and install a garage door opener at our mom's house. Couple that with he and #2 cleaning out the garage last week, and now mom can park her car out of the elements.

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Snow is the work of the devil.

Edit: Just like mayonnaise. And New York City.

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Mandeville is a small city in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 11,560 at the 2010 census. Mandeville is located on the North Shore of Lake Pontchartrain, south of Interstate 12. It is across the lake from the city of New Orleans and its southshore suburbs. It is part of the New Orleans–Metairie–Kenner metropolitan area.

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I love watching some of my favorite episodes of Babylon 5!


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Internet traffic?
Forums and FB have been comparatively dead, nobody is responding to e-mails or FB messages, fewer site updates, etc. I do most of my business online, and my sales are by quite a large percentage this month.
It's the machines! They're starting to take over! SKYNET IS THE VIRUS!!!
Nope, Humans are virus.

I agree with you, meatbag.

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The Atchafalaya Basin, or Atchafalaya Swamp, is the largest wetland and swamp in the United States. Located in south central Louisiana, it is a combination of wetlands and river delta area where the Atchafalaya River and the Gulf of Mexico converge. The river stretches from near Simmesport in the north through parts of eight parishes to the Morgan City area in the south.

The Atchafalaya is unique among Louisiana basins because it has a growing delta system with nearly stable wetlands. The basin contains about 70% forest habitat and about 30% marsh and open water. It contains the largest contiguous block of forested wetlands remaining (about 35%) in the lower Mississippi River valley and the largest block of floodplain forest in the United States. Best known for its iconic cypress-tupelo swamps, at 260,000 acres (110,000 ha), this block of forest represents the largest remaining contiguous tract of coastal cypress in the US.

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Also, I' stealing other people's recommendations if they're books I don't already own.

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Baby girl said she wanted to watch a movie this morning. We asked her which movie, expecting either Tangled or Frozen. Instead, she pulls out Kung Fu Panda 2.

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I love a nice, quiet night, followed by an equally nice, (relatively) quiet morning.

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Adam Driver served in the Marine Corps, and now runs a non-profit foundation called Arts in the Armed Forces that stages theatrical performances for military personnel.

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I love a happy Friday with plenty to do!

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USS Makin Island (LHD-8), a Wasp-class amphibious assault ship, is the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for Makin Island, target of the Marine Raiders' Makin Island raid early on in the United States' involvement in World War II.

Makin Island is the eighth ship of the Wasp class, but features noteworthy technological advances. Changes from the previous LHD design include: gas turbine main propulsion engines, all-electric auxiliaries, an advanced machinery control system including throttle control from the bridge, water mist fire protection systems, and the navy’s most advanced command and control and combat systems equipment.

Makin Island was laid down on 14 February 2004 at Ingalls Shipbuilding, Pascagoula, Mississippi. The vessel has a light displacement of 28,176 long tons (28,628 t) and a full load displacement of 41,684 long tons (42,353 t) with a dead weight is 13,508 long tons (13,725 t). She has an overall length of 847 feet (258 m) and a waterline length of 778 feet (237 m). The extreme beam is 118 feet (36 m) with the beam at the waterline being 106 feet (32 m) and the draft is 28 feet (8.5 m). The maximum speed is 28 knots (52 km/h; 32 mph).

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Sharoth wrote:
Just remember Patrick...

The other day, I was going through an article that showed up in my Facebook feed. It was people's encounters with celebrities, and one of them was about Bruce Campbell. According to the story, when the person said "Hey, you're Bruce Campbell." his reply was "Well, someone's gotta be."


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The word "gerrymandering" is actually a code word for a secret organization known as the Red Ring, founded in what is now Germany several centuries ago, and consisting of ancient and powerful nosferatu. One of their primary goals is to encourage the trends of head-shaving, facial piercings, and facial tattoos. By pushing a majority of the world population to accept and adopt such habits, these undead monsters hope to be able to move more openly among society.

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Lockheed Martin is an American global aerospace, defense, security and advanced technologies company with worldwide interests. It was formed by the merger of Lockheed Corporation with Martin Marietta in March 1995.

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I love bright, sunshiny mornings with hot cups of coffee and delicious breakfast.

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I love Borden's chocolate milk!

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Burgess Meredith's character, the Penguin, was so popular as a villain on the television series Batman (1966), the producers always had a Penguin script ready in case Meredith wanted to appear as a guest star.

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Sorry the story didn't click for you, Aberzombie!

Meh. It happens. Hell, I even gave up on the new Doctor Strange series, and he's been one of my favorite characters for a good 25+ years.

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Petroleum with less than 0.42% sulfur is referred to as sweet. Petroleum containing higher levels of sulfur is called sour.

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Toadstool Footstools: Design Firm Grows Furniture From Fungus

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Mark Thomas 66 wrote:


Geico did that to me with my homeowner's insurance because of a Hurricane Sandy claim. I'm now with Lloyds of London. I live in New York.

Insurance companies can be ridiculous.

That reminds me, I have to send a payment to Geico.

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I love my breakfast!


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