TdF > World Cup.
BRB; going to Publix for free chicken.
@yeah-elle OMG, I am going to check myself into a nursing home immediately because I am so old I have no idea what a gifset is. I did manage to figure out reblogging at least. #old #getoffmylawn
"he's absolutely still the greatest cyclist in the history of the sport" <--- That's a joke, right? He is HARDLY the best in the sport. You must not have ever heard of the TDF before Lance to say something like that. Guy's a douche of the highest magnitude and only "came clean" to keep his name in the spotlight. That's a fact.
On Ask Santa
Oh man, Santa. You made me cry!
Wow, does this bring back memories. I wish I would have known years ago that Xenu comes out in OT-3. My ex-boss was OT-8 (yes, she went on the Freewinds for the course) and is still practicing this "religion"... I think you hit the nail on the head about how they treat their supporters. We had a worker at our office who was basically an indentured servant to support her Scientology habit. She definitely hadn't made it to OT-3 yet and was barely scraping by, working days at our office and nights at the church. My boss and her husband were also running a seemingly successful business but lived like paupers. All $$$ went to getting to OT-8. Really sad, because some of the "tech" we incorporated into the business was actually quite helpful. It's a shame that they could not use any of it to see what they were really doing to themselves. This is a really good series and I am enjoying it!
@nonvolleyball LOL! I was going to post the high school thing downthread. Too funny.
I also grew up in St. Louis and found it so odd when we moved that no one told jokes. My husband and I stood at the door staring at our trick or treaters... It was like a standoff. LOL!
@Reginal T. Squirge I think we need a "My Dad looks like "X Famous Person"... Mine is Dick Van Patten. I may have just outed myself as an old.
Wow, also relative to my interests! I used to work for a Scientology couple. The whole office was run using Scientology principles. Interesting!