My mother's favorite: "Wish in one hand and sh!t in the other and see which one fills up first."
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Do you think it was hereditary in your case.
I was gonna say - I don't like going to the dentist - but it sure beats a mouth full of false teeth!It depends on your situation. My teeth (gums, actually) had deteriorated so badly that there was only one place in my mouth where I could chew -- along with constant pain. I had gum disease all my life and brushing my teeth only made it worse. So, in one sitting, I had 22 remaining teeth removed, and replaced with full dentures. My gum disease is history. I can eat anything in any place in my mouth. The yellow teeth I used to expose when smiling are now perfect, white, natural looking teeth. In retrospect, it was the best thing I ever did. Plus, my general health from ridding my body of all that infection has increased amazingly – gum disease promotes heart disease. OK – would I rather have a mouth full of my own healthy teeth – of course I would, but the option I chose in my circumstances literally changed my life for the better.
Huevos Rancheros for me. My mom would fry up some eggs. Sunny side up or over easy. place them on some lightly pan fried maiz (Corn) tortillas, and smother the whole lot with warmed salsa. I am fighting myself right now. I could just whip up a batch right now.My absolute favorite. Thanks. Now I may have to go make some, too. I usually melt a little cheese on the eggs before I take them out of the pan. Any time I am in the Southwest, I have this for breakfast every day. There are endless variations.
I like EC but I would hesitate it to call it "head and shoulder's" above anything you have ever had. Unless you just haven't had much.I should have qualified that as "for me". I actually have tasted a lot of bourbons, but -- for me -- there is something hugely special about EC. I'm no expert, and can't quantify difference in terms of ingredients, or process, but there is no denying my personal preference for it, even in many side-by-side comparisons with other top-of-the-line bourbons. Maybe it just sparks up a reaction in my genes, my grandfather (the real Chauncey) having hailed from the heart of bourbon country. There are a lot of fine products out there, and one of the joys of bourbon is sampling all the variations. I definitely encourage everyone to diligently pursue their own personal favorite. It's a hell of a ride.
LOLDamn, I'll have to get some pics of my stuff, although it's not that impressive. I'll have to get it all collected in one place....it's spread out between the studio and home now. Although my love at this point is my ukulele!
Denny, which uke do you play -- soprano, concert, or other?
The one closest to the BONG
They didn't have computer software in 1960!!!!Yes they did. I wrote my first program in 1956 on the Burroughs E-101. Glad you like the book.
Cool book BTW!!!
Damn, I'll have to get some pics of my stuff, although it's not that impressive. I'll have to get it all collected in one place....it's spread out between the studio and home now. Although my love at this point is my ukulele!