Simon of the Playa wrote:hey yggy.
i heard you like pineapple.
ygmir wrote:Simon of the Playa wrote:hey yggy.
i heard you like pineapple.
indeed!!! Reno has some of the best pineapple.......
and there is soft serve pineapple ice cream in Adventureland, to die for!!
yeah, AntiM: Lots of folks harsh on the whole DL, corporate, whatever. but, to see a kid see it, for the first time....dang, tears me up every time. I've always made a point of trying to take a kid with us, who couldn't otherwise go. Just the pure wonder and joy on their faces.
*damn allergies act up just thinking of it*
So, anyone can hack on me any way they want, but I love going there, and will not apologize or rationalize. It is, what it is.
It's A Small World
trilobyte wrote:The art and projects taking shape for this year's event are way off the charts so far, I can't believe it's only February.
Nipple wrote:I also just had the chance to explore the abandoned Six Flags in NOLA while I was there. I gotta say, that's my favorite way to enjoy a day in a Theme Park... let it sit destroyed for 7 years.
AntiM wrote:Snow, yikes. Larry and a couple other flabedders are coming east across Donner's in this. I talked to him before he had chained, but not since. I won't call because I know he needs to concentrate.
Ugly Dougly wrote:Nipple wrote:I also just had the chance to explore the abandoned Six Flags in NOLA while I was there. I gotta say, that's my favorite way to enjoy a day in a Theme Park... let it sit destroyed for 7 years.
(Bows down to Nipple)
magicmarty wrote:Look forward to seeing you in the dust, BVB!
burner von braun wrote:magicmarty wrote:Look forward to seeing you in the dust, BVB!
I'm looking forward to seeing me in the dust too!
Thanks Marty, it will be great fun meeting up with you, and that goes for the rest of you barflys too!
I've got my eye on a bike that I may spring for. It has a solid cargo rack, big ol' tires, comfy seat, and an internal hub 3 speed, which I'm thinking is a good thing considering the derailleur on the old Schwinn got pretty wonky near the end of my burn last time. (any thoughts on internal hubs?) It seems like a good starting platform, and the mischievous side of me kind of likes the notion of taking a brand new bike and turning it into a mutant right off the bat, a good burner fate for it..
Good luck with the snow out west. The weather here continues to bounce around from cold to fairly warm in unusually quick order. (eta: "cold" being a relative term, in case Rice reads this)
Well, time to hit the NEB..
gyre wrote:Mr Toad was my favorite too.
I was so disappointed when they wouldn't let you see anything technical, tunnels etc.
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