10:46pm. And time to party!!! (Not really, I have lab in the morning )
by romper20 8 years ago
Do you often see 11:11AM/PMI always look at the clock at 11:11 in the morning or night its almost a curse.
by mega1 8 years ago
Ok - so you cannot stay on topic in this thread! The rule says you must change the topic EVERY TIME YOU POST, thereby every post will HIGHJACK THE THREAD! please make your topic as interesting as possible so the next post will actually WANT to stay on topic but you CAN'T ! ...
by Sherry Hewins 7 years ago
Do you think it's better to post an OK hub every day, or a really good one once a week?
by Chris Mills 3 years ago
What is the best place to post a review of a local business?I've looked at Yelp (Yuck), Google+ and Foursquare. I want to write a full review, not just a testimonial. It seems to me that if the SEO details are good enough I should be able to post a review of a local business right here...
by Person of Interest 7 years ago
I haven't had cable TV for almost a month now.I've got 5 good books for Labor Day Weekend.Stuart WoodsYear's best Sci-FiMichael CrichtonRobin CookTom Clancy
by pirosalfa 4 years ago
Hi, so now operates this site? weird, but every other place in the 0.96 PM
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