@deepomega That man's got some sweet moves. DON'T SLEEP ON KENNY LOGGINS
DON'T FIGHT IT!
When you see that manchild in his cotton-weave shirt and his leather pants and his well-tended beard you know you want to shake your booty. You know you just do.
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Reason #7,500 why i love you Maria: I did the Greek year (freshman) at St. John's, Annapolis. Marvelously written
It is a major career shift and I wish you luck. When you start a family those concerns are, I imagine, far more important than living the uncertain, sort of romantic but impoverished life of the freelance writer. Baby's got to eat. Any artistically inclined person who has struggled to take care of himself or herself financially in pursuit of the Muse can understand that. The fact that you felt the need to explain this in writing shows that it is still in your blood. You are still of the tribe. Just because you are no longer solely earning a living by writing doesn't mean that you can't harbor future ambitions -- a novel? -- for someday in the not too distant future. Or maybe your family now fills the hole in your heart that was once filled by crafting syntactically perfect sentences.
But to those of us who still persevere, writing to earn our daily bread, I say: labor on!
come opn, David Bry. Andre is great. Biggie is tyhe bestest
not for all the baby carriages in Williamsburg
Every time Brad Pitt appears in Architectural Digest, the terrorists win
cars with drivers really are the only way to go in this town
Piper Pierabo and me. Hott monkey sex