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TOS posted:
madonna, 55, shows off her new grille

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no, it's not shopped

Guess I gotta get one now.
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Is that Don Francisco?
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Not the sharpest tool in the shed. It's impossible to tell when those ice caves are solid as a rock or on a hair trigger.
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maurvir Steamed meat popsicle
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Donkey Butter jerk face
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Georgia is the nicest ?

Georgia?

Drive I-275 around Atlanta during rush hour, then get back to me ...

Yeah, there's several of those stereotypes I disagree with also. I found New York City to be quite friendly when I visited there a couple years back. They were much more forthcoming to strangers than people around LA would have been.


Yeah, NYC is a lot of things -- and not all of them good -- but after living there for 15-ish years, one thing I wouldn't say is that the people there are rude, especially to tourists. In fact, the extent to which most people will go out of their way to be nice to tourists is kinda mind blowing. I've seen people go several subway stops out of their way, even making different connections, just to make sure a tourist got off at the right place. Who knows. :shrug:


+1. They might not have all sorts of over-polite manners, usually very quick and to the point, but new yorkers actually love to give directions.

The State as a whole, though has some other parts that are pretty rude. Once you get into some rural areas, it can be hit and miss. Some really surly redneck areas, and then there is Long Island which has some nuttiness too.
The people in and around Buffalo are extremely nice.

I think the state got a bad representation on the "best scenery" one. Sure, it isn't in the hawaii, Alaska, Colorado, California ranking, but it has some of the best scenery and variety of scenery east of the Mississippi. Adirondacks, Catskills, Niagra Falls, Thousand Islands, Fingerlakes, Montauk, Orient Point, The Hudson River at the highlands, Fire Island, etc.
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ukimalefu posted:
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It's gotta be booze.
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my thought was absinthe
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Pithecanthropus posted:
ukimalefu posted:
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It's gotta be booze.


"green dragon"
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Here's Boeing's newest version of the 787.
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I did the Boeing tour last fall. That is one impressive building on the left.
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What's in it?


The production lines for the 747, 777, and 787. Sadly, it is a no camera tour (not even cell phones) so I can't show anything cool. I did see a big posterboard labeled SST on a cubicle in one of the engineering areas near the 787 production line...
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Warin posted:
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Sadly, it is a no camera tour


Didn't stop me from taking pictures of the Revelstoke Dam ;)
Did Revelstoke Dam have three security guards with guns glaring at you? :)
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Warin posted:
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What's in it?


The production lines for the 747, 777, and 787. Sadly, it is a no camera tour (not even cell phones) so I can't show anything cool. I did see a big posterboard labeled SST on a cubicle in one of the engineering areas near the 787 production line...


i believe there's a full-scale mockup of boeing's failed sst on display somewhere ... some california airport, methinks

i do know the seattle super sonics were named because of the plane

an amazing story, the sst ... they just couldn't make it happen
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so, and I know this might make me look old and no longer hip, but what the fiddlesticks is twerking?
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so, and I know this might make me look old and no longer hip, but what the fiddlesticks is twerking?

A "dance" move.

Place your legs as far apart an you can comfortably, bend your knees, and hump air.

It's been called that for a long time, actually.

But it's only just now become a meme.
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that photo is so huge now, it's awesome
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Is that his daughter? fiddlesticks does she ever look exactly like he did/does.
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Is that his daughter? fiddlesticks does she ever look exactly like he did/does.


Soon to star in "Princess of Bel-air", on Nickelodeon.
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mmaverick posted:
Is that his daughter? fiddlesticks does she ever look exactly like he did/does.


Also, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9adAljIaKYc
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