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Shapley wrote:And what, exactly, is wrong with Jagwire?
Merriam-Webster has it as Jagwar or Jag-u-ar. I believe the commerical for the car company pronounced it zhag-u-ar, which I thought sounded rather pretentous. They've been Jagwires for as long as I can remember, I see no reason to change them now. Personally, I don't think they'll answer no matter what you call them...
"Jagwire" will get you escorted to the door. Mon pere owns a 1956 convertable. Its been his baby longer than I have been.
BigJon@Work wrote:Pretty sure the Pooh dream segment is a strong indication of LSD use on the part of the animators.
Serenity wrote:I am surprised how the cyclists can keep there cool and not flinch but these motorists also stress me out.
Serenity wrote:Actually...the whole family keeps up the bad habit of leaving the lights on in unoccupied rooms. The 4-year-old wants the bathroom light on when he goes to bed so he feels safe and secure. If you turn the light off, he'll wake up at 2 or 3 in the morning screeching that the light is not on The bathroom light is about as bright as a light tower beacon! I've got it down to where half the bulbs are out now and then I plan to switch to nightlights until he can sleep through the night without any issues. He falls asleep fairly quickly but tends to stay upAY SPAST
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