I was better until a week ago. Now I am sick again!
I am tired of tissues. I am tired of cold meds. I am tired of not being able to concentrate.
I want to be able to work out. I want to be able to go five minutes without a tissue!
More than anything I refuse to be sick for Comic-Con again next year!
In our lovely, industial parking lot these ladies go every day, yank a blanket out of one of their trunks, get a deck of cards and sprawl out on the cement and play games...while people drive past them. When lunch is over they pack everyhting up, throw it all back in the car and head back in to finish their day.
I can't decide if I admire them for their ingenuity or just think they are a bit odd.
Lt. Aldo Raine: I need to know about Germans hiding in trees. And you need to tell me right now.
Sgt. Rachtman: I respectfully refuse, sir.
Lt. Aldo Raine: Actually, Werner, we're all tickled to hear you say that. Quite frankly, watching Donny beat Nazi's to death is the closest we ever get to going to the movies. Donny!
Sgt. Donowitz: Yeah?
Lt. Aldo Raine: Got us a German here wants to die for country. Oblige him.
Why Him: He's no less than the superhero archetype, but it wasn't until Christopher Reeve donned his tights that we realized the Man of Steel also had a soul.
Most Heroic Move: When he saves California from falling into the sea. No, it's when he gives his life to stop Doomsday from destroying Metropolis. No, wait, it's being Superman.
Least Heroic Move: Superman IV: The Quest for Peace.
Heroes & Villians