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Old 02-28-2008, 12:27 AM   #676
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And eggs too. Though feed them to me if you want your wall redecorated.
how the hell do you bake without eggs?

and how the hell do you live without soufles and omlettes and phoenixes?
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See my tough shit for them comment.

I love the view. Climbing over people is better than being climbed over.
No, I hate bugging people. I'd rather just get up and move for them. It's easier.
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They aren't in Afghan biscuits!

And I have an egg replacer. Works very well. Once my friend's mother made two batches of pancakes, one with egg and one with the replacer. I was the only person there who knew which was which. None of the others could tell the difference.
Wow. I didn't know there was such a thing. I just made pancakes tonight. They were a little too thick. I think when I put in the cup of milk, it was only about 90% full. That extra 10% would've made the difference.
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how the hell do you bake without eggs?

and how the hell do you live without soufles and omlettes and phoenixes?
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Flying is fucking awesome.

I'm already planning more travel. Flying is made of Super Win.

I'm going to whore out my videos again.

http://youtube.com/user/coolian2
Flying really is made of SuperWin. With a bit of Amazing and Love mixed in.
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I was even enthralled by watching India and Afghanistan and Russia go by in the dark after we flew out of Singapore. We saw lightning in the distance over India... and once we got over Afghanistan and that part of the world, you could see the darker areas around the rivers (I assume that's what they were) with all the lights there. And we could see the hills and deserts in the moonlight... It took the sun an hour to rise over the Caspian sea behind us cos we were flying west... that was ten kinds of amazing. The clouds closed in over part of Europe but we got stunning veiws of early morning London as we were circling Heathrow. Saw all the landmarks, and the Thames and that big inlet thing were reflecting gold from the sun...
Watching some largish island in the Pacific at dawn with the orange city lights was awesome. I still have NO IDEA where it was.

And Siberia and Europe, wow.

Flying over Greenland, Canada and the US was really cool too. I loved seeing the Hoover Dam from 35,000 feet, and seeing cars on a highway. Really cool.
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slow ont he refresh, i'm reading and slowly checking out of the thread
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I hate flying. It's boring, cramped, and I get the most fucking awful headaches across my forehead and around my eyes on descent.
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Flying really is made of SuperWin. With a bit of Amazing and Love mixed in.
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slow ont he refresh, i'm reading and slowly checking out of the thread
Well it is 12:30 there. By 12:30 here I hope to have my computer off. I've a test in the morning.
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I hate flying. It's boring, cramped, and I get the most fucking awful headaches across my forehead and around my eyes on descent.
Huh. I've never experienced this. I like just putting on my headphones and watching the movie.
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the most beautiful things i've ever seen from the air are several sunsets, the grand canyon and surrounding terrain, and the very very torquoise mediteranean ocean.

also landing at lax at night is pretty incredible, the lights go on as far as you can see.
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Your one shortcoming (apart from the eggs and peanuts)
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