$80 something for internet here. Still better than the 80's when my ATT bill was sometimes $300 per month for long distance dialup charges.
@garli yes, room temperature pizza is great. I also like it super hot right out of the oven. It's the in-between lukewarm state that I dislike, which resembles what happens when you try to re-heat it.
It's a spend free for me, unless you count the cost of the utilities, which I just calculated to average $1.58 per day. A real bargain considering that I use every electrical outlet in the house and binge endlessly on television serials.
@Allison indeed, I lived in CT and did the commute from Noroton Heights for 20+ years then moved to CA which was a huge improvement. East coast overall is fairly stressed out and significantly amped up. I must say I do prefer to relax.
@totallyunoriginal I got my degree in graphic design and now 80% of what I do is troubleshoot and fix code for websites, so it turns out I do what I hate for a living. Perhaps it is inevitable.
@calamity Are hazelnuts and filberts the same thing?
Ugh. Playa dust. Cough, cough.
In an effort to match the ballooning real estate of San Francisco, Guerneville now has half million dollar homes? Ouch! Converted vacation cabins in the redwoods: dark and cold. I mean, turn on lights to read the paper at noon and wood fires in July dark and cold.
I consider neighbors that don't introduce themselves creepy. Most of the stories I write are mysteries involving the unspeakable acts of these antisocial misfits. I use their real names.
Great lunch bag illustrations! The only thing I miss about Metro North is the sound of the conductor's hole punch. The rest of it I'm grateful not to be in the midst of.