Posted by Lex, on July 21, 2008
I’d have thought a little more.
Now you go.
By lex, on October 9th, 2011
The thing about flying for a living?
Is that it doesn’t, when the press is on, leave a whole lot of time for other things. You can’t phone one in from the only seat in the Kfir. As yet.
I’ve got a couple of good posts floating around inside the cranium. Just need the time to liberate them.
Until then, talk amongst yourselves.
In California at least, go by any strip mall and if there is a manicurist, the odds are overwhelming that the owner and employees are Vietnamese. In fact, I have never seen one in years that wasn’t staffed by Vietnamese.
I always wondered why this was inevitably so, and yesterday got my answer.
H/T to one of the Lexicans
By lex, on February 3rd, 2011
To the rest of my countrymen shivering in the darkness and trying to dig out from the freakishly cold winter storm * that has blanketed half the nation from those of us in Sandy Eggo: We totally feel your pain.
I myself had to turn on the heater this morning after getting out of bed. The house was that chilled.
It’s noon and I’m still wearing a sweater.
We get it.
* 10-16-2018 Link Gone; no replacements found – Ed.
By lex, on December 23rd, 2010
Your host awoke this morning to 200+ comments in the moderation queue, and only some of them were legitimate.
The rest, well: Let’s just say that there are things you can see which you cannot un-see.
I’m still wrestling with a work-around, while approving non-spam as fast as I can. The favor of your patience is requested.
By lex, on November 14th, 2010
So, Friday afternoon at 1300 was the appointed hour for your correspondent to hither to Balboa Naval Hospital, for to have summat carved out of his face, the right medial cheek to be more specific. That summat being a wee, trivial thing that he was nevertheless advised really orta be excised, if only for the carcinoma that was in it.