A little this, a little that, as I attempt to *blurp* digest that new Grilled Stufft [sic] Burrito from da Bell. The thing is freakin' HUGE. Reminds me a little of one of those Nazi hand grenades, "potato mashers," I think they're called. No potatoes in this sucker, though. Just a metric ton of beef and lots of fillins. Achtung, duodenum!
I could not believe this story. See if you can:
An all-night search by 130 volunteers and 10 police officers for a boy who disappeared in Délémont Switzerland ended happily. The boy was found asleep under a chair in the dining room of his grandmother's house. The newspaper Le Matin Suisse reports police officer Gilles Bailat says searchers tried to follow the route the boy may have taken when he was last seen the day before. After questioning, police found out the boy had been spotted looking in a shop window at a toy car. The shop was near his grandmother's house. After police contacted the grandmother, she searched the house and found him hidden from view under furniture. The grandmother told police her door had been left unlocked because she had some people working in the house. The boy says he hid because he knew he shouldn't have left his nursery by himself.
"All's well that ends well," that's what I always say! Well, not really, but that just seemed to fit.
And finally, a nice, refreshing quote:
"Commerce is of trivial import; love, faith, truth of character,
the aspiration of man, these are sacred." - Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)
Right. Just as long as I get my paycheck, I'm cool with all that hippie stuff. ;-)
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