nice! i love japanese curry bread. when i make it, i just get the heat-a-pouch curry and squish it around with my fingers before i wrap it in bread. you should also try some potato curry, kinda like a dosa/samosa... it's pretty good! i like using the camelia brand panko for the crusties :)
Ian: Dont listen to him, you keep rockin that didgeridoo.Armelle: I should have guessed that would interest you. Ill try to find out.Gary: Plenty coming up this week. When Father& will be up on *checks schedule* Thursday.
Saw you featured on Weardrobe, and so glad I decided to stop by. I absolutely love your style! I just spent some time browsing your previous posts, and thank you so much for all the style inspiration! I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with next!
Ton article est très bien ! Ça fait 8 mois que j’habite en France en j’ai un copain français maintenant. Il connaît bien le « deep spot » … Au début je le trouvais bizarre; avant je n’étais pas capable à jouir dans certaines positions profondes, mais avec lui je peux, très facilement. Cependant, quand je « faire fontaine » je me sens un peu bizarre ; récemment ça s’est passé souvent – c’est normal ? Chez moi en Angleterre j’ai l’impression que c’est rare… peut-être pas en France ?
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Love these cards and can't wait to buy some on Etsy. I especially like the flamingo! Also, please check out my post today. I've included you in the "I Love Your Blog" award -- its a fun way to pass along some of your favorite blogs.
Porter,Your list is all too true. But Iâ€™d boil it down to the late Scott Peckâ€™s definition of Evil: To self-deceive you constantly in order to maintain an image of self-perfection.My background is not politics, history or white interests, but child abuse studies. Although Speck discovered this scientific definition of the age-old (and often religious) concept of Evil in the context of abusive parents, I believe itâ€™s pretty handy when we apply it to the Jews. They always self-deceive themselves in order to maintain an image of self-perfection!
I was on a trail run in the Pacific NW rainforest about a week ago with my Ambit. Someone else on the run had a Garmin 310XT. The Ambit showed ~13.5km and the Garmin ~14km (though I cant guarantee we started recording in the same place). Hard to say which was more accurate, but the track looked pretty good anyway.Also Ive been using the waypoint navigation feature on some runs to keep myself on track. It works well, though Ill be happy when the route feature is added.
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