Blue Door on Baltimore
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... me finish stuffing my crab cake in my mouth (whatever good things you have heard about Maryland crab cakes it probably undersold how amazing they are) before they scored their first run. They managed 3 more in the 3rd and some fans began to get nervous (Including Mr. Intensity sitting near us who went from leaning forward commenting on everything to slouching back, barely keeping his beer bottle from spilling). Much like the Nationals crowd last ...
... be a perfect pit-stop in Philadelphia on the way way towards Baltimore. Liberty Bell Schmitery Bell, I want a cheesy hoagie.
It was about 12:30 but we managed to get a space in the lot. The line was long but not too bad. By the time we left it was crrrrazy long so our timing had been pretty good. As we waited to order my anticipation and stress level increased knowing I would have to express what I wanted at any moment. Chris went for ...
... had been kicked open and the floor was completely torn apart. I knew immediately that my downstairs neighbor was the culprit. When I began to examine the damage, I saw, to my horror, that there was a massive, cave-like enclosure underneath the floor which had been hidden by the wooden floorboards. This cave was sectioned off into cavernous partitions by what appeared to be gigantic gray and orange-colored plastic bins, each one so deep that all I could see when I looked down inside ...
... the Johnnies, plus Jovial Johnny" retired to Adam and Jessie's apartment. As usual, we talked until four a.m. Cory and I debated my opinion that couples should neither have sex nor be monogamous. Cory believed both sex and marriage were good things. He wondered why I'd want to eliminate sex, which was a natural urge.
Jovial Johnny, who was about to fall asleep, offered a valid point. "I don't think monogamy is natural - ...
... s anticipatory facial expression hinted that she might have been hoping my encounter with her baby would result in such hilarity. She hadn't even said hello, or asked me how I'd been doing for the last four years. She simply handed me the baby. I took Simone into my arms and held her there awkwardly, still standing in the doorway. Up until this point I had exactly zero experience with babies. I knew nothing about them. What does it do? I held her up to my ...