...and road taxes, and taxes on cars and more cartax not to mention BTW(VAT)... car prices: a nice normal Mazda 3 sedan 2.0l starts @ $16.700, here at 22k euros, times 1.25, wud bee 27kdollars! LOL how much do you pay in health-insurance (base) a month?
*bzz* Here Gas(oline), nawt gas (LPG) or cowpoo, just went down a bit to almost 1.85 euros a liter, dat bee 7 euros a gallon, times 1.25 makes 8 dollers 75 cents a gallon, thank you... How much do you pay nao?
Hi there -- just popped into cheetah world - such a cute cuddel puddle of sleepies at the moment. Just keep reminding yourslef -- 4 days til holiday - tomorrow then 3 more next week!!!!! ****hugs***** kris
Thanks! Yeah, I don't hardly see the cubs much anymore. I think they are spending most of their time outdoors now. Tonight Mom has her back to the camera and I just see a couple of little heads snugged up to her :) The GIfs are cool. I'm hoping I can learn to do the from vids but until then they're fun to look for. Im sure you are looking forward to those 3 days.
Ai bet dat 200 ci wuzzent as efficient as dat "engine-of-the-year". :) Here in Teh Netherlands almost all new cars sold are kwipt wiff small eco enjins, or hybrids or electric due to taxreductions... It's estimated every "green" car sold/leased costs us taxpayers a whopping 160.000 euros in subsidees/taxrebates/co2-emission-mumbo-jumbo-deals! Pleh! Ai wanno V8! Or V10! :P (BMW M5/ Porsche Carrera GT...) *sigh*
*bz* I'll take his "old" fiesta... ;P btw The "stang" is,as of nao, for sale, for teh bery furst tiem, here too via teh ford dealers! Wiff a 2.3 ecoboof 4 cylinder... Mebbe they'll slab dat 1.0 3-cyl innit too! :O 125HP! Dunno wut a 60s standard ponycar deliverd...
The honor is mine :) Yeah, the cam haven't shown them much except when they are sleeping and I wish they would put one outsid. I would love to see them exploring. On and off here too cuz of the gkids but son is coming back Thus. One more year and you will finally have some free time to enjoy. How long of a T Day break do you get?
Crabtree has never quite hit that elite level and yet he came in with the ego of someone who has been there and done it all. You're right about the Niner offense.Moving the ball well until you hit the red zone and settling for a field goal will get you a long offseason. Alex Smith was a class act in SF even when he was losing his job to Kaep. I root for him when I can as I respect him greatly. Giving up Monday jokes for perpetual weekends is a no brainer.
The Niners came away with a win but I despair over our offense. We got five interceptions today and only managed 16 points. That's pathetic. The Chiefs are tough and Seattle just isn't as dominant as they were last year. I'm glad to hear your college is having a good season and that the prospects for next year are so good. It's just so much fun to have those few hours a week to get lost in how our teams do. Of course it's so much better when they're playing well. My guys don't have to win so long as they compete well and play the game right. Crabtree pulled some taunting crap today and I'd just like to slap him upside the head. That's why I enjoyed the Giants season so much this year. They were guys I could root for on and off the field that were all about the team and not their own ego. It's not like that with the Niners right now which is truly unfortunate. The Warriors are good like that so I've been enjoying watching them play, too. Perpetual weekends are out there waiting for you. It won't be all that long...though I'm sure some days it seems like that. The downside to retirement is that jokes about Mondays just lose some of their punch...and that's WONDERFUL!
Hi Hun. Thanks for faving my latest lols. How have you been? We have just about got the new house organised now except for the kitchen, which requires the services of a joiner - a very rare bird indeed around here! I went to IKEA in Brisbane last Monday and spent the rest of the week wielding the Hex keys, the cordless screwdriver and the rubber mallet putting all the new furniture together lol! The place looks much better for it. Cheers - David
Ohai cataff! It's very true. Fireworks laws are nigh impossible to enforce. BUT! If someone does harm with them there's a Book To Throw At Them! teehehehe I'm sure My Guy had a Fab Guy Fawkes. I don't catch him every year but there's always next time. ___ Here's a story I was saving for Thanksgiving. But then I heard of International Kindness Day and I thought "Ah Hah!" http://cheezburger.com/8376474880 It makes me smile every time I think about it. May it lift your spirits until your next holiday. ___ Please thank your ladies for the yummy noms they sent. 5 mins later and there wasn't a crumb remaining! I had my cider with Assorted Cheeses on buns. Fank yew berry crutch! ___ Today, in completed defiance of the Weather Guys and Guyetts, it was Sunny All Day! So my washing was like toast when I bought it in. Here is a - on LOAN - two hot bathmats for Woodee and Prudence. For you and CL, a nice thick pair of socks bought in when the temp was over 20 degrees out! Silly SILLY Weather Predicters! *places heated treats into a timey wimey hot box, places box on transporter, presses Make It So* Now I go to watch the final of Dr Who! Sew Eggs sitings!
Monday's aren't nearly so bad when you're retired. You'll find that soon enough. It almost turns the week around as Fridays signal the time when the "amateurs" are on the loose on weekends. I'll often find that people in stores wish me a good weekend and in my mind I'm thinking "it's all weekend now". Hang in there. Your time is coming.