So let's look at a picture of Uma Thurman as Medusa.
I'm trying to figure out a topic for a paper for my Supreme Court seminar and generally moping because it looks like I will be snowed in this weekend. I don't respond well to being snowed in.
Anyway, expect pouting and complaining and feel free to cheer me up.
who, were she Medusa, would stay away from stuff that could be used as a mirror, such as the little apple on the back of a first-gen Iphone.
I'm going to brave the snow tomorrow night to go out to a bar, because I've just gotten notice that I'm a finalist in a local radio station Bud Bowl contest being held there. First prize is a 42" flat screen TV and a catered party for 25. Wish me luck.
I realize this doesn't help you much, but it would certainly cheer me up to win that TV!
I wish we got more snow here sometimes, as I like being snowed in sometimes. That's the introvert in me talking.
You can make a ranked list of Supreme Court Justices with whom you would prefer to be snowed in, assuming adequate food supplies. It would be more fun if you could include deceased ones (preferably in their prime).
Why do you dislike being snowed in? I have no experience with it, but I imagine it's the lack of choice about staying in.
I don't like not having the option of leaving the house and I was nervous about the electricity going off.
So far, the power has only blinked, though the snow is still falling...
You and I both seem to be both snowed in, since as of this writing, we only have a mere 26 inches outside to contend with (and more falling, of course).
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