How about a rock covered in gum? I took a hike up Stone Mountain yesterday to blow off some steam and try to forget about the **** that is eating me up lately. The last time I went up there I was much younger..maybe 20 years ago. I remembered there were some rocks and they were covered with gum. So On my way up I didn't see them, but on my way down, I found them...still collecting gum.
You guys remember ~100 years ago when it became commonplace to cool automotive engines with water? Yeah, that was great.
It was common to check and add water at every fill up in water cooled engines up through the 1960s. Most didn't use a catch can that returned coolant to the radiator until that time or later. It just went down a hose to the ground.
I guess there's one in Seattle as well near Pike Place. I'll have to check it out when I'm up there in January.
Out a back door of the market (water side of the building) in an alley. I kind of just stumbled upon it last time I was in Seattle...it was less obviously located than I thought it would be given it's popularity.
Having done that, am I the only one who sees a potential problem with a Snooki book?
Actually, the more I type the word "Snooki" the more I think it sounds like a reasonable name for an e-book reader. Amazon and B&N have already thrown down, so how about the Borders.com Snooki?
Actually, Borders could make the device a combination e-reader and literature search engine. When I want to know the exact date of the Seven Hour War, I Google it (eg: see the first sentence in this post. You knew what I meant without my having to explain it.) Well, let's say that I can't remember which novel Jack Ryan first appeared it- I'll just Snooki it!