paul salvaterra wrote:I live in Amish country, they have bikes with no peddels, horse and buggies, and taxi, in amish you are amish or english
So the english provide taxi rides to the amish, many taxi, I see it every day, doctors, hospital, grocery, lowes. Walmart you name it
Eric Hanson wrote:..... some have suggested exhuming at least one of those bodies to get a preserved sample of the virus in its pre-mutated version just to study it to find out what the heck it is/was and why it spread so fast.
Pearl Sutton wrote:....Frozen fog frost? What is this stuff called?
Rob Kaiser wrote: I was initially disappointed when they gave us a Yaris, as I'm about 6'3" and 200lbs - but surprisingly, I fit comfortably inside that little car and enjoyed driving it.
Eric Hanson wrote:
Basically it was just an extremely reliable, surprisingly powerful and highly fuel efficient machine.
Amy Francis wrote:] To this effect I make very tasty scrambled eggs! I start off with melting some butter (in a non stick pan), adding crushed garlic, some turmeric and black pepper. After a minute or so, I'll add the beaten eggs, with some salt, and scramble over a lowered heat. The turmeric adds more colour and provides a subtle undercurrent taste to it all which I really like.