OK....maybe I'm reading too much into this, but....
They really should assign different colored packaging for products meant for different body parts. Just sayin'.
You know you're having a bad day when you come home from work to find your house looking like this:
It seems the City of Foat Wuth, TX hired a contractor to demolish a home down the street that had been condemned. The one that should have been demolished was at 9708 Watercress. The one that was demolished was at 9716 Watercress. Maybe they should have given the guy driving the bulldozer a literacy test?
Well, that's one way to chip away at the budget deficit.
All is going well with foreign language (French) study. Just as with English, conjugating verbs is a pain in the arse. The idea of the "total immersion" method where you don't study all that noun/verb stuff but just dive in and learn by speaking is sounding pretty good, but I looked into the Rosetta Stone program and found it had a lot of dissatisfied customers. Any other options?
Just thinking....if I were to move to France or Italy or Germany, etc, and spoke English, wouldn't I then be speaking a "foreign language"? Ta Da!