Because that's all Spicer wanted, check out today's end-of-day links: terrible 'Spider-Man' poster, Oregon burrito shop controversy, 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' details, Ben Carson calls poverty 'state of mind,' several-night stands, and a baby hippo.
Life is great - we are both retired and having fun in our Venetian Isles adult community. Helene Kuskin Currently living in Coral Springs, FL. Though I was not close with almost any of these kids, you can see how vivid are my memories of this time. My neighbors were Grace and Herb Pomfrey and my other neighbors were two brothers Stu and David and their sister Wendy. Would love to know what happened to Jerry Sobel and others. Ronnie and I were bathroom monitors, and someone stole our pocketbooks with our collection of bus passes. The boy-next-door was Neal Dreznin, and I sat on the bar of his bike and we rode all over town. Schneider, the 3rd grade teacher, lived on our block.--Jenny Brown I love SNL commercials - and this is a great collection. It's worth it however for these hysterical skits, and some great guest stars:"Motivational Speaker" with Chris Farley, Christina Applegate and David Spade.America is so far gone, we have to go to Australia to find a girl next door.An ambitious Australian actor views Hollywood the way the Martians view Earth at the beginning of . Auditioning and acting and studying from afar as she waited for the perfect moment, the perfect wave, which she rode from the beach in front of her town on the Australian coast all the way to the billboards along Sunset Boulevard, where her face is blown up to monstrous size in an effort to sell not one but two summer blockbusters: I met Margot in the restaurant in the Mark hotel, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. You sense them in the shadows, in their booths, tracking you with suspicious eyes. Now and then, she stayed with cousins who lived in the hinterland of the hinterland, where there really were kangaroos and a dingo really will eat your baby.She wandered through the room like a second-semester freshman, finally at ease with the system. Margot lived with her mother and three siblings—her parents divorced when she was a kid—in a house in the hills, the sleepiest part of a sleepy city at the bottom of the world. When she talks about it, you see the arid country, the horizon on every side, blue sky, yellow fields.The Italian-speaking community remains over 20,000 strong, according to the census of 2000.