Got a good chuckle out of this one...
haha that is a good one.I know I've been in some places where it's like shut that damn thing off. Would be real bad in the White House
I like moments like that, when folks can have a good time with it though. Good to see people with a good sense of humor.
Agreed.Man so much agreeing in these comments makes me want to post the Fox Ambush Interview of Jeanne Garofalo to stir shit up.BTW, I cant seem to spell Jeanne or Theresa without giving it a LOT of thought.
Congrats on becoming a house owner. Wise decision to buy the house you are already living in. Well played.I can spell Jeanne quickly by giving it lots of e's.You guys are playing so nicely together. Are you both sick?Apropos of nothing, I've designed, developed and released my very own print and play game. Over the last couple years I have become a hard core Board Game geek, to the point where I hardly even play video games any more (except Plants Vs. Zombies), and hardly watch TV because of all the awesome board games I love to play. Anyways. I came up with my own game. It's a print and play dungeon crawler that's designed to be folded up like a PocketMod. It is also disguised as a ToDo list so you can play it while doing things you probably shouldn't be playing games during. It is very reminiscent of old school PC dungeon crawlers like Rogue, Nethack, or diablo.Anyways. If you guys want to check it out you can find it here:Pocket Dungeon
Eh... Isn't it Janeane? Bleh. She is stupid. The only thing dumber is the guy that ambushed her who was completely unprepared to actually rebut what she said. He just asked her to apologize and then when she came back with 'why didn't people protest during bush' he just avoided the question. Bleh. Stupid.Jon I totally thought you were going to say it's called jumping..... to conclusions. Hehehehe
That's what I'm saying "Janeane". Jeanne sounds like GEE-ANN.Phonetically I guess it would be Jahneen. That's how I would spell it if it was my name.I just cant wrap my head around "Theresa". Ta-Ree-Sah. Since when is "the" pronounce "ta".