Aug 19, 2006
Sort of reassessing economy and geometry as usefully descriptive concepts and waiting for the Karim Rashid for Playskool collection to bring back plastic for kids in a big, big way.
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Totally. Very Damien Hurst. I'm into it.
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It is amazing. I've taken it all over the world with me, but, after 6 years had to buy a new one (same brand though) because the lock was not working anymore (and I also lost the key :S).
What I love about it is that it has four wheels and I can push, instead of pull, a 50 pound luggage.
Yeah I think that is the only book about her travels to Seattle...kinda hard to read, but pretty cool, no?
Hahaha. My thoughts exactly.
It can interpreted different ways, I suppose. Ummm... this is one way, lol... http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_a_taint
There were a whole lotta words in that comment. Haven't had enough caffeine. All I caught was the inference that you would like to engage in a contest to see who can outrank the other in funny tag words. Ok. I lied. All I caught was "pole." But still. I'm bored and it's Monday. Let's play. Up for it?
Proposition: Let's see who can claim the throne of the most ridiculous tag (we can alternate who picks it every Monday am) by 5 pm Pacific time on Friday. Five days to rec per ridiculous tag.
Will assume you'll play. If not, I'll play by myself so nah nah nah nah nah.
This week's tag: "taint"
Ready? Set? Go.
I make collages onto my furnature. My friend let me make a mural of handouts and panflets on her wall. Its pretty huge.
My daughter is only 7 weeks old right now - but I always see such adorable accessories for kids! I can't wait until she's a little older and can start telling me things SHE likes! (or maybe I can) ;) hehe!
Thanks Design Dude! How do I go back and tag it?
thanks! Vatch's cookbooks are all pretty great with photos that take you to Thailand. Recently I tried his Gaeng Massaman curry paste recipe and that was well worth the effort! As to Cambodian influence, normally Thai cuisine is considered to have been influenced by China and India; the Cambodians get no credit, but Thailand and Cambodian have a long running dispute due to their long history as neighbors (google Preah Vihear Temple!) but certainly the two cuisines have influenced on another and the Khmer civilization predates the Thais....if you like all this kind of detail, check out my recently completely reworked and overhauled pages on this very topic! http://www.templeofthai.com/cooking/about_thai_curry.php (sorry you mentioned any of this by now?)
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