WA Delegate: The Nine Lives of Percy J Pickleface (elected )
Founder: The Holy Republic of Loud Mimes
Regional Power: Moderate
Today's World Census Report
The Longest Average Lifespans in A Van Down by the River
Nations ranked highly have lower rates of preventable death, with their citizens enjoying longer average lifespans.
As a region, A Van Down by the River is ranked 2,468th in the world for Longest Average Lifespans.
- : The Holy Republic of Loud Mimes banned Orchard bright from the region.
- : The Holy Republic of Loud Mimes banned 2ndaif from the region.
- : The Holy Republic of Loud Mimes banned Organic commonwealth from the region.
- : Hamborger veermaster 10 departed this region for The Rejected Realms.
- : The Holy Republic of Loud Mimes ejected and banned Hamborger veermaster 10 from the region.
- : The Holy Republic of Loud Mimes banned The Hungry Ghost of Vandoosa Vier from the region.
- : The Hungry Ghost of Vandoosa Vier departed this region for Nugut.
- : Organic commonwealth departed this region for Nugut.
- : 2ndaif departed this region for Nugut.
- : Orchard bright departed this region for St Abbaddon.
A Van Down by the River Regional Message Board
Wine of The Week (for those of you who do ...)
A friend brought a bottle of Malbec (Argentina/Mendoza) to dinner last evening and although I wasn't serving anything compatible, he insisted I try it.
WOW! The wine is a "Tilia 2014" and it blew me away. Especially when he told me the price - $10.99 (and that's in California. You can probably get it elsewhere for under 8 bucks.) Lots of ripe cherry but some blood orange, too, that added great freshness. If you're doing lamb for Easter (be still my aching heart!) or a pork loin, this would be fantastic and easy on the budget. Really, it's a great buy and a very, very tasty wine. Cheers!
Hmmm..... would you buy it again?
Ha Ha Ha ! (me)
Ei yi yi! (Eva)
The corks are popping here - and, I suspect, various abodes throughout the U.K.
Take a bow, my stinky old cow! 33/1, Grand National, "Rule the World" takes the race! (and please, please, please ...Percy, you & Pickle put a few shillings on this, didn't you?)
I didn't make a bet but this is an open house tonight - all on us! Food, bubbles, view, candlelight & stars. Be here. :-)
(It's written in the stars, darling ... a great year ahead. And what a beginning! See ya!)
Mimes - thanks for your diligence. The task always falls to you, removal of the vermin. (it's a guarantee during Spring Breaks)
Easter ham always reminds me of "Annie Hall". :-) My brother bastes his ham with dark rum. (And sherry on his turkeys.)
Bating a ham with dark rum. Hmmmmm..... Interesting combination.
No, we didn't bet on the race. You know, if you placed a 10 quid bet on the old nag with a 33/1, you'd come out with 330 quid? (hope my math is correct).
I'd rather walk the race track then bet on the ponies. I'll have you know that my weekly walking equals to 2 marathons a week. That's right 52 miles this old mare walks each week. :) Five years going strong. :)
Hi, hi, hi! I'm rushing - I'll be back tomorrow.
But I wanted you to know that I love you. :-)
I'm a day late! But better ..., right?
We just got back from SD - weather, beach, just right. And so much good stuff in season - artichokes (big, fat suckers) avoes (to die for!) and fields of flowers up around Fallbrook.
But what a year it's been - and only 1/3 gone. The other day, before I opened UK Daily Mail, I said - "Wonder who died today?" And there it was - one of my favorite astrologers, Jonathan Cainer, gone at 58. Sad, baffling times.
Percy, I want to say how absolutely FAB you are! 52 miles a week?!! I feel like a piker! What a great example of determination you are to Kitten.
Luck girl! :-D