About seven years ago, I played a Sierra game on a friend's computer. It was one of those ones where you have to pick out objects and arrange them in the playing field so that when you press start, the ball or whatever makes it to the end. I don't have any idea what it was called. Do you know, or can you recommend a similar game?
Also, is there a place I can download the Microsoft versions of Solitaire, Hearts, and Minesweeper? My computer didn't come with them.
I wonder why everyone is so depressed now-a-days, is it a new fad or something to be depressed all the time? it gets pretty annoying when u want to jump around and have fun but everyone around u is all gloomy and depressed.
(just a question not meant to be taken personally)
a) One one thousand...Two one thousand...Three one thousand...
b) One thousand one...One thousand two...One thousand three...
c) One mississippi...Two mississippi...Three mississippi...
d) Or something else?
I am more interested in which is more common between a and b, but also curious as to other ways that people count off. EDIT:I forgot to mention why I asked. I recently found that I do a and b, in the same count. Say I am counting to 5, I would say
(1 one thousand) (2 one thousand 3) (one thousand 4) (one thousand 5) or something like that to where I switch my counting without thinking in the middle of it.
I got a new pair of shoes a while back, and my big callouses on my big toes got a lot bigger because the shoes are kind of thin and gratey inside. Anyways, I really need to get rid of my callouses because they're starting to hurt!
I can't afford a pedicure, foot scrubs do NOTHING and I find that filing them does work but only to a small degree. I think I should try to cut them off, but with what? What would you do? I'm starting to get callouses on my heels too, it's bad! Also, they're the only shoes I have now, because I moved to the RAINIEST CITY IN THE WORLD and my other shoes are ridden with stank because they got wet.
While I was on vacation in Florida, I watched a movie one night on HBO. However, I didn't start watching it until probably a 1/4 of the way through it, and I'm curious as to what the name of it is... It's about a high school student named Debbie that lives with her grandma who abuses her, and her Grandma's dog 'B.B', who Debbie later kills. Debbie also ends up killing her Grandmother, classmate, and I think some social service lady :S Debbie also is in love with her teacher, 'Alex' but he has a girlfriend who is a flight attendant. There is also a character named Meegan who is Debbie's enemy at school. lol, it was a really twisted movie, but I'd really like to know what the title is! Thanks!!
How do you manage to sell something like this? Who buys this?
I especially like how it says that you and your partner must follow a strict diet. Then, if anything goes wrong, they can blame it on someone eating too many potato chips or something and not the fact that their product is totally bogus.
Assume this worked. Would you even want to choose your child's gender?
i have to do a psych project for my highschool elective. it doesnt have to be profesional or serious, really i'd prefer it was fun because we'll be spending a lot of class time on it. any situation in which i observe behavior is good. guys go to the mall dressed as girls, leave wallets to see what strangers do with them ect...
Do you think clinical depression is overdiagnosed? Can someone direct me towards some sources where it gives textbook definitions and such? How can you tell is someone is seriously, actually depressed or if they're just depressed but can "get over it"?
Does anyone know of a good program that can burn DVDs other then Nero? Or has anyone heard of/know how to fix a problem I'm having with Nero. Every time I install it I can burn 1 DVD and then every DVD I try after that it burns 2% of it then gives me some "SCSI aborted" error. The only temporary solution I can find to this problem is that I have to uninstall it and reinstall it, but that doesn't always work either. Any help would be quite...helpful.