Skip to comments.Nice jeans. But should you really wear them to the opera?
Posted on 03/09/2005 9:47:25 AM PST by qam1
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Many dinners on madison and third, though what I call a diner you may know as a coffee shop.
Rumplemyers had a children's lunch menu, though it wasn't extensive.
Many of the important landmarks are still there, the Met, Museum of Natural History, Rose Planetarium, the central park playgrounds that for generations have served as scenes of some of the great "class wars" in NYC history...
Well yes,there ARE those other landmarks, but that all went without saying...in my mind anyway.
I'd like to stay and debate, but work calls. It's snowing out and that makes widget manufacturing particularly difficult. Take care...
Yes,snow is the bane of widget makers; or so I hear tell.
You need to live your life *without reference* to them, pro- or con-.
Perhaps you are not outspoken enough. A pro-gun baseball cap will dispel such nonsense. And quit puttin' sunscreen on your neck! ;-)
Some clothes almost feel like sandpaper
I dunno, I'm from East Texas and I have spent many 100 degree, 80% humid days in the hayfield with jeans and a denim workshirt on and I didn't die.
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