Holiday Inn Express Baltimore-Downtown
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... Quote of the Day: "Just pitch to him...its tomorrow already!" - Heckler at the end of the game when the Rangers were intentionally walking a batter after the rain delay and just before midnight. Honorable Mention: "Throw it normal!" - Another heckler during the intentional walk shouting at the submariner. "Right, no one wants to cook their pig in the rain." - Dawn Ivener talking to her brother David about his change of plans for a 4th of July pig roast
... went swimming but unfortunately there was an obnoxious big family there for a reunion who were very offensive. We had wine during the happy hour and then ate the dinner. It was an early night since they had to leave the next morning at 9:00 AM. ...
... and the outdoor activities, allowing us the opportunity to fully participate in the process of learning, in spirit and in body. Our nights were free, and most of us volunteers used this time to get to know one another. We had a vast array of leisurely activites available at our disposal; we could canoe on the crystal-clear lake, play games at the main building and dining hall, and explore the vast woods that circled the encampment. We stayed up late into the nights, playing ...
... looking at someone - how many younger and older siblings he had, and whether these were brothers or sisters. To demonstrate, I turned to a black girl whose straight hair fell to the back of her blue dress. In what seemed like the perfect opening line, I tried to guess her siblings.
My guess was way off. Jessie and the Johnnies laughed at me. Nevertheless, the girl and I got along fairly well. I told her: "I don't ...
... birth to a daughter who she named Simone. The first time I visited Stef after arriving in Texas, she answered the door cradling a tiny little baby and asked me in an obnoxious sort of amused way, "Would you like to hold her?" On any one of the countless bad TV sitcoms out there, you are bound to see at least one episode involving the hilarity that ensues when a fumbling, emotionally incompetent macho-male stereotype must handle an infant for one reason or ...