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you forgot Arts In Bushwick and El Puente, I think this crash course needs more research
On the one hand, picking on typos is bush league. But a DMX bike sounds legitimately amazing. LORD GIMME A SIGN
Fuck, I hate leaving the comfort of my home.
Here's actual information on the (legal) nuances of this situation, for anyone who's interested. http://www.theafa.org/article/using-a-known-sperm-donor-understanding-the-legal-risks-and-challenges/
In addition to the MTA picking up the tab for accelerating the bike share program into Greenpoint (because of the repair work that will put the G train out of commission), they should also pick up the tab for folks who live and/or work in Greenpoint who will need to use the Citi Bikes...just sayin'
ugh, i don't know you but i love this and i am proud of you.
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Rum might become more popular if people were better acquainted with rum made from sugar cane, rather than the more commonly sold molasses-based rums.
Wow, every individual aspect of this story is so so shitty. Boo, Applebee's.
That title though. Brilliant.
Similar to the basic point of the article here, criticizing the audience rather than the film, in 1982 Rex Reed wrote of his choice not to either see or write a review of "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan," while in the same paragraph stating that "Star Trek" fans wouldn't be able to read it anyway. A ridiculous comment since Trek fans have from the beginning been a demographic of the most enlightened and well-read members of the viewing public. In a later column he somewhat apologized stating "hell hath no fury like a Trekkie scorned." He eventually did review "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home" and gave it three stars for its comedic focus when he was on "At the Movies," and added that he wondered how the Trekkies felt about it not taking the series seriously, again not realizing that humor has always been one of the strongest aspects of "Star Trek," as evidenced by the original series episodes "The Trouble With Tribbles," "I, Mudd" and "A Piece of the Action." Only Reed can say if he eventually did see "Wrath of Khan" or whether he acknowledges what a magnificent adventure it is, and Reed's listed reviews for the New York Observer have not included the two J.J. Abrams reboot entries so far released.
This film is very loosely based on the book The Dibbuk Box by Jason Haxton. Haxton claims that it is a true story but the plot of the film and the story that Haxton tells are not the same thing at all. The book is available on Kobo, and if I remember correctly it was in the neighbourhood of 99¢.
beautiful pic. it's like she's glowing. "she's a fairy with broken wings".
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