And it's not me, for once (write that on your calendars). Bronc is all distraught because he received this postcard in the mailfrom T. Rowe Price, inviting him to "go green". Honey bunny, it's going to be alright. It's amazing that this company even recognizes your V.I. mailing address. Sleep well, and don't have nightmares of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjOQRdXG6s0
I didn't buy you lots of gift's, but that doesn't mean that I don't love you. I'll leave you with this question, though. Why are people so enamored with flinging apostrophe marks around when they write? I reviewed "The Elements of Style" (thank you, PNC), and the proper use of apostrophe marks in that book starts with the FIRST SENTENCE ON PAGE ONE.
I've amassed a whole good pile of 's gone wrong, and my goal next week is to torture you all with them.
Not that you read this stupid blog, but I love you dad, and I'll see you soon.
The sign says that handicapped access is around the corner, but you need to go up two flights of stairs to read the sign. Seriously? So someone parks in this lame-ass spot, only to find NO SIDEWALK? And never mind being shoved next to the dumpster at the beginning of a very busy intersection. Shame on these owners for not being more in compliance with the law.
Nice! So, WTF? We've got two TV's, one mattress, a dead BBQ, an old dryer, and a SHOPPING CART. Is this like "Let's Make a Deal?"
Please see my highlighted answer, below:
11. Let’s Make a Deal
Hosts: Monty Hall (1963-1977; 1980-1981; 1984-1986; 1990-1991), Bob Hilton (1990), Billy Bush (2003)
Years on TV: 1963-1977; 1980-1981; 1984-1986; 1990-1991; 2003
If you had to name one of the zaniest game shows, Let’s Make a Deal would definitely fit the bill. Part of the fun was host Monty Hall’s selection of contestants from an audience of people in crazy costumes trying to stand out in the crowd. Once the dealing began, contestants could choose from behind door or curtain number one, two or three – with either legit prizes or total crap.