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Yes, Spira, sad to say, goddesses lost their way one time and started to use manly razors on their legs. We got talked into using them. Razors are for men, for their manly beards.
You and me, we're going to have the best looking legs at LN....
well, you, me, and whaaa....whaaa especially in that red dress...
Spira, what will you wear?
What's that big sucking sound around here?
Hydraulics, Spira? Hydraulics?
Or could Velveta be considered artificial cheese and the first artificial food product?
...Inquiring minds want to know... Have I sunk to a new low in my inquisitiveness?
.... "a project destined to fail from the very beginning" ...."automatic deconstruction" .... that is sooooo funny .....
Funny you should ask me how's tricks. My how-to book is in its fifth printing. Yep, Tricks For Fun And Profit. Actually, I had to change the title, got too many people wanting their money back, thinking it was about magic...
My new dvd, Paramoural Activity, is off to a great start. Really low budget, but the bedroom and dungeon scenes are pretty freaky.
Anyway, Spira, you know last Halloween time we had our own televised seven hour live investigation into the paranormal right here at LN.
Hey, did you get snowfall at your place from this week's storm?
I have lived where there was snow, and it gave me some great memories of the different types of snowfalls, the quiet of the fall, full moon on snow...sigh.
MrD and I are spending weekends now out in the Mojave.
I definitely want us to travel someday to whaaa's neck of the woods, with all the beauty, wonders, and mysteries it has to offer.
It's so quiet. I need EB to play another song.
I actually had bought a book about it years ago, but just looking at the pictures made me shiver. And it looked like too much work, when I could have been sitting instead in front of a fire at a lodge.
Colorado is where I saw my first moose.
I enjoyed traveling south from Denver. I've been on that Durango Silverton train. I liked eastern Colorado, too. MrD and I could certainly pay the Centennial State a visit again.
Ooh, an LN road trip. Yes.
Oh, also, one of my prettiest memories is traveling east into New Mexico on Hwy 40, going through a most colorful canyon.
I remember how we tried it here at LN. Of course, it was not intentional as at the restaurants in the show. It's just that no one here paid the utility bills. We tried to make the best of it, but there was too much griping and groping, so we no longer have "dark dining" here.
...I think I missed my calling to be a magician/illusionist assistant. I think I would have liked that job....
Speaking of disappearing...