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20.10.2012 @ 16:13Cory- would you like a photo of a living room we are still moving into? we moved recently and while the living room is useable it is still a little cluttered with boxes we have yet to unpack- will send if you like. It is definitely eclectic
19.07.2012 @ 23:29a few years ago,it was 2007 or maybe 2008, my sister T and I knew a bunch of folks - one was a Polish introvert who we especially liked really well. He was kind enough to whisper a rumor about the game (TW1) being made to T and then she bought a copy for my birthday gift- she gave it to me a month early because July is / was always terrible for me, since my little boy was away with his father for the whole month and i didn't get to see him. She wanted to give me something to distract me-- Boy oh boy did that work well. I started Dreaming Geralt Dreams and was hooked immediately. July wasn't so bad that summer. We had terrible PCs then and the game limped at about 7-15 fps but I loved it. Since then, we have bought more than 10 copies of both Witchers and the books and the movie ( yep we own a copy of that lol and we watched it too ). People who know us are very likely to receive a copy for their birthday, when the occasion arises.
12.07.2012 @ 14:21ok well, if the study is for "would we like to see a park with this theme" then yes/no works. If however the study is a feasibility study, would you need to consider repeat visits or one time per customer? like Disney or Six Flags has repeat visits but the Bolt and Sprocket Museum may not have. I don't know much about all the work that goes into hospitality planning, but it seems there would be much more than just the desire to have a specific themed location. Would it be a park like Six Flags or more of a community like the Hershey or Lexington ones where people live the theme? Just curious how you are making this academic paper? Sorry if i am a bit nosey.
09.07.2012 @ 15:56I love food. It is a tradition that food be comforting in our home, so here are ten comforting foods you may have tried but if you have not, you certainly are missing something. These recipes will get you in the neighborhood of what i make at my home.
my 10 dishes list-
1. Texas style Mesquite smoked brisket
2. New Mexico Green chili enchiladas
3. Chocolate mousse
4. Cornish Rock Game Hens
5. Lemon Pepper Salmon
6. Red Velvet cake
7. Peach ice cream- homemade
8. chocolate mayonnaise cake
9. Chili Relleno
10. Chocolate chip/golden raisin cookies- i use semisweet and no nuts
no one would ever be thin eating at my house I hope you see something you never tried before on this list.
05.07.2012 @ 00:15tee heee heeee hahahahaha ok cool - I will ask Sis where to look and tell her to let ya know cuz I shur as heck have no clue
Not in the least worried about any mentions/ credit/ game character- it's your project and I know you will make it great so absolutely no worries on this end
(typos on purpose)