renob423 -- better city NYC or LA? This isn't worth dignifying with a response. Next. Runner up for the "hip" city - vegas or miami? I've never hung out in Miami because it seems like it would be like being stuck in some Eurotrash club and never being able to escape. While the "scene" in Vegas isn't much different, at least there's gambling and stuff. Liberty City, Vice City, Los Santos or Las Venturas? (ps2 version of liberty).
Any of the ones you didn't have to explain what they were.
renob423 -- Best city in ohio? Ohio suffers a dearth of silly-named cities, so meh. Worst city ever visited? If you can type, tell me the worst city you've ever visited:
renob423 -- City you've always wanted to see but have only ever changed planes in?
uh, Charlotte? I'm running out of cities I've changed planes in but haven't visited.
pooplord -- Eventually my husband and I will be going on a honeymoon, though we've been married nearly 2.5 years. Where should we go and what should we do?
Drive to Graceland via Dollywood, stopping at every kitschy truckstop gift shop on the way.
Visit roadsideamerica.com to plan a route that will maximize the Pez Museum/giant fiberglass animals potential of such honeymoon.
Puerto Rico. For the real: it's an awesome combination of lazy beach/tour historic stuff/hike in rainforest vacation. Good food, same currency, flights are cheap and only about 4 hours.
eideteker -- What should I do with twitter.com?
Use it as a broadcasting device for both your LJ and your Facebook, making you look like you're writing more than you are/irritating people on LJ and/or Facebook that hate Twitter.
Keep up with what silly fake fights Michael Ian Black and Weird Al have gotten into today.
Set up one of those Jean Teasdale countdown tickers on your LJ for when Twitter finally implodes on itself.
If you are of the mindset of my company's IT department, you should get ready for Twitter to revolutionize the way professional business communication is distributed!
eideteker -- Can you explain Mila Jovovich to me? She's the result of a 20-year experiment by fashion designers to condition us into believing large-headed breastless anime women are hot. Oh, and what the hell is a hurt locker? How can you hurt a locker?
It's nothing. "Come into my hurt locker and I'll bludgeon you" didn't fit as well.
It's the cute term the Colorado Militia guys have come up with for their gun safes.
It's what the bully from 80's movies called his locker when he put nerds in it or hit people on the head with the door.
It's what PETA is trying to get supermarkets to call their frozen foods section.
On Wednesday, the Diversity & Inclusion Committee did 50% of their year's workload by sponsoring our semi-annual "International Potluck Luncheon". Most "internationally diverse and inclusive" dish of the day?
The mind-blowingly awesome Boston Creme cake.
The spiral-cut Honey Baked Ham.
Jeff's Cincinnati Chili.
The 4-Bean salad labeled "Homemade 4-Bean Salad", as opposed to the identical looking 4-Bean salad simply labeled "4-Bean Salad".
Radio DJ's and other regurgitators of mindless blather have been chalking up the financial and sales troubles hitting the Crocs company recently are proof positive that "nothing kills a trend like a recession". Really?
Maybe there's just a finite number of schmucks who would buy those ridiculous things.
Maybe Crocs is suffering the drawback of making a sturdy (if hideous) shoe that doesn't need replacing very often, and even though they come in dozens of colors, you can't bring yourself to buy more than one pair.
Maybe $30 really is too expensive for an ugly hunk of plastic and foam.
Maybe whatever cosmic powers with influence over our mundane little lives decided we had enough shit to deal with right now without having Crocs around.
7-11 has signs up asking people to sign a petition against the unfair credit card fees levied on retailers who offer the convenience of paying with a credit card. Where do the people who sign this petition actually think the fees will end up if this is successful?
They'll just disappear. The credit card companies will realize they've been making too much money. There's no way it would result in higher fees to the credit card holder.
It won't ever be successful, 7-11 will stop offering a credit card payment option, and the public will graciously start carrying and paying with cash again.
Like all charges for services we rely upon but would rather not pay for, the government will pay for it. Somehow.
You only have yourselves to blame: YOUR QUESTION HERE