As context (and this is noted at the link, though not so much in this post), this went up for a vote last week, and now all that's left is the vote counting.
What about "3. 'My parents want to make sure I don't have a good excuse for not calling them.'"?
Once you crush 'em And you bruise 'em Pour 'em in a champagne flute Oh, the grapes of Brixton
But your plain shirt is your uniform, not something you wear with your uniform...
Clearly they didn't talk to enough lawyers.
Overpriced avocado is what drove me away from Midtown salad. What's the point of the salad otherwise?
But look at the graph! The right side's got to be 10 times higher than the left side...
The Nazis would go only if the movie were entirely transported, time-wise. And I'm not sure we want that...
So exactly which variety of sugar was Mr. Lovecraft consuming? Maltose? Lactose?
@redheaded&crazy - That last part's the killer (perhaps literally): Under current law, as long as the generic company's using the same label as the branded company, you can't sue them for failure to warn about risks if their product harms you--and you'd have no claim against the branded product, either, since you didn't take it.