Actually, if anyone has been up that way check out Burlington, Vermont. It has a tower (needle) and ferries. It really looks and feels like a Seattle with different chirality.
Leeks?!! You monster!
Sarah looked tired, probably from jetlag, so it's silly to read too much into this verbal typo.
Detroit is awesome.
this morning news is very bold.
that recipe looks good. i wonder if you can add chiles poblanos to these quiches?
erica- i know you loathe sports, but the Phillies are going to the world series and manny was denied. come on now.
it was the duchess of windsor who said 'you can never be too rich or too thin'.
But Spy Magazine made it a catch phrase, along with "short-fingered vulgarian", aka Donald Trump, but also John McCain if you notice.
Leeks give me "the wind." Please post more recipes with beer in them.
where's the link for the detroit article??
MURDERERS! Clearly Slog is not the place for me!
Is that recipe right? Only 4 tablespoons and the eggs for how many little quiches? It doesn't seem like enough to cover 3 leeks and an onion.
Sorry - didn't read close enough. And that was 4 tbs "of liquid". Still.
"Clinton likes McCain enough to keeps [sic] his photo on the wall of her Senate office"!!!!
The first day it was funny. Second day, not funny. Now, it's just sad. Find a new joke, please.
Hey now, medium penis, don't include me in your contempt. I have a personal interest in the matter, as you'll see from my nickname.
I was sticking up for my pal, leek.
Why is JB @1 talking about where my dad lives?
If you like it so much, move there, John.
And then my dad can laugh at you.
Oh, and can we use hatchets and scalpels in the parks too?
@3 - Palin IS a walking "verbal typo."
As Herb Caen said about Nancy Reagan, Pat Buckley and their stylish, social X-ray ilk:
Arthritic with chic, wan with poise...
Credit to Tom Wolfe for "social X-ray"
I can't find any info to back up that insane Detroit home price. I did find this: http://220.127.116.11/Content/Upload/AssetMgmt/Site/HOUSING/Aug08stats-less%20Branch.pdf
Which, if you're lazy and don't wanna click, says "2008 YTD August Average Residential Home Price: $18,822" with a -55.72% change from last year.
Happy birthday to Oscar Wilde.
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