TV shows are now 23 minutes long.
There can be only one answer to what they're going to do with the extra time: run miniature infomercials.
"So, what is a 'miniature infomercial'?"
"It's like a regular infomercial, just shorter. Say, 30 seconds."
I went to MINIX.com, and found I could get an email address - that works right in my browser! - for only 35 dollars a year.
Oh, minix CON.
Smoking = carcinogens
Pickling = excessive salt
Canning = Preservatives
Refrigeration = lower temperature
I choose refrigeration
Come on mods. "Insightful"? Bunch of stupid millennials ya'll are.
Smoking is not the same as barbecue or burned meat juice/flesh and doesn't contain the same level alleged carcinogens.
Maybe the OP thought that you made a smoked ham by getting the pig addicted to Marlboros.
Another simple one to trace was the stream of invitations to drug and alcohol rehab centers that I’d been getting ever since I’d consulted an online calendar of Los Angeles–area Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. Since membership in AA is supposed to be confidential, these emails irked me.
Of course the author just told the readership of The Atlantic... and by extension many others.
On a serious note, I wonder what online calendar it was? Anyway, the AA meetings are "secret." Not so much searches.
Wait. I can't tell: was GP supposed to be liberal or libertarian.
"You shouldn't have a right to own handguns." - that is not a libertarian statement, it's a "liberal" one (or progressive if you want to quibble about the modern, U.S. usage of "liberal" versus the "classic liberal").
I have to admit I would like to see Less SASS on websites...
And less backtalk, too!
How many Bavarian Illuminati does it take to screw in a lightbulb? Three: one to screw it in, and one to confuse the issue.