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... attraction in Baltimore since 1982. Floating next to the Chesapeake is an old submarine called the USS Torsk. It was the last American naval vessel to sink an enemy warship in World War II. In 1944 the submarine was stationed in Pearl Harbor for World War II and made two war patrols off Japan during 1945. It's second trip off the Japanese coast the USS Torsk is credited with sinking three Japanese ships. During the Cold War the ship was used ...
... Steak Hoagie and I went for the Pork Italian with broccoli rabe and provolone. (Broccoli rabe is like skinny leafy broccoli) Chris preferred his and I preferred mine so I think it all turned out well. We also tried the pizza fries which were pretty good but on top of colossal sandwiches were totally unnecessary.
As Baltimore was another overpriced hotel mecca we chose Owings Mills, MD as a suburb to take the cheap metro into the game. ...
... some indie movie on HBO and drifted off into a deep sleep.
That night I had a dream that might have been a nightmare. I dreamed that I was living on the top floor of a multistory apartment building and I had an enemy who lived downstairs. I don't know who he was or why we were enemies, but while I was away, this guy broke into my apartment and destroyed my floorboards by hacking them to pieces with some kind of blunt and sharp instrument. When I got home, I saw that ...
... for long enough to consider it discarded. The kids were cyclonic in their movements, speedily but aimlessly shuffling along the walls, tables, chairs and floors like those ball-shaped monsters from the Critters movies. Their collective movement was a heavily blurred terror of zig-zags that caused all classroom items not bolted to the wall or floor to bounce around incessantly as if gravity wasn't functioning properly. I had never seen anything like it before in my ...
... to gurgle away. It could rot for years on your tongue. During this lengthy period of social and economic upheaval, I tried to escape from the neo-conservative stronghold of the Southwest by packing up and heading East. I moved to Maryland in August of 2003. Until that point I had always lived somewhere in or around Dallas, Texas. Born and raised in an ultra-conservative Southern Baptist town with only one road in or out, I was pretty ...
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