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OK, so you know how whenever you think of a song you haven't heard in years, you start hearing it? Guess what was playing at the dentist's office about an hour after I made this post? Sure, it was a Muzak version, but that makes it all the more horrible.
Celestial Healer wrote:
♪♫Ben, the two of us need look no more.
We both found what we were looking for.
I think the same thing about the contents of the fiction section at Barnes & Noble, and fanfic is free!
Do not. Get. The MSI970A-G46 mobo. Sucker has been nothing but trouble since day one. Still apparently can't support a 5 year old video card off a 600W power supply consistently, requiring me to swap the video card between slots periodically in order to be able to see anything.
No wonder this POS was on sale.
I saw Carmina Burana live, too, in St. Louis. It was incredible!
In other news, if you're going to have music stuck in your head for three days, you could do worse than Candide Overture.
Life goal: at least once, play in a performance of 1812 Overture featuring real cannons.
The economics of potty training (or be careful what you ask for).
My mother started potty training me and my sister as soon as we could hold our heads up. She brought us into the bathroom with her whenever she had to go and set us on the baby potty chair. If we did something, we got fussed over and praised. If we didn't, we got ignored. We were both diaper-free at 1 year.
Celestial Healer wrote:
They had those at Chili's the last time I was there. The last time I was there.
Where I normally agree with the art stuff, drawing biological samples actually helps the student understand the structure and memorize the names. It's more useful to engage kinetic memory in this case than simply try to memorize from the book. Of course, simple coloring works too, which is why there are all these science coloring books - no art skill required, only stay within the lines, select good colors, and use the coloring/memorization techniques given in the beginning.
gran rey de los mono wrote:
That thar fung shway is amazin'!
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
I got an appetizer with two triangular fried mozzarella pieces and three small chicken strips, and they charged me 12 dollars for a tiny portion of something clearly frozen and reheated. The main course was a chicken sandwich, which was dry, clearly reheated, small, and likewise expensive. Three people came out to fifty dollars for worse quality than McDonalds.
Yeah, I shop very carefully at Olive Garden to get something decent at a decent price. I do think they are outrageously expensive for a lot of things (especially appetizers). The deals, OTOH, are not bad and some of the pasta is really tasty. SOME of it.
I generally avoid standard fare at specialty restaurants because it's not in their sweet spot and will very probably disappoint.
Freehold DM wrote:
Those don't look like molars. Which teeth were they?
3 and 19. One had 3 roots, the other 2. Each root had to be removed separately because they both had old root canals and the teeth fell apart as they were being extracted. Nothing unusual for endo-treated toofs.
On the plus side, extracting 3 did NOT tear a hole in my sinus as they feared. On the minus side, I can't shoot milk out of my nose through the tooth hole as I hoped.