How did the internet write an A-Team episode before the internet was really even around? Nonetheless, the team hides from the military at the home of one Paul Vazquez, aka Double Rainbow Guy, where everything is SO INTENSE WOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! But what does it meeeean?
After a particularly difficult mission and more than a few close calls with explosives, Face reveals he never wanted to become a soldier of fortune in the Los Angeles underground.... he'd always wanted to be... a lumberjack! And so the team heads to British Columbia to leap from tree to tree and float down some mighty rivers. The larch, etc.
I know this is ridiculous, but how else am I supposed to respond to a headline like "Cubs reportedly interview Wedge"?
The A-Team has to avoid fanning the flames for a change, as English psychedelic great Arthur Brown leads a hostile takeover of a charcoal briquet factory and threatens to reenact his hit song â€œFireâ€ on all of central Texas. But the team has a powerful secret weapon on their side for this mission: special guest star Smokey the Bear. Well, and lots of guns, too.
Two Word Wednesday begins!
I was probably the last person in my school to start swearing. A couple of my friends essentially staged a swearing intervention, refusing to leave until I'd said all of "those" words at least once.
When we left off, the A-Team was somewhere on the Amazon, trying to save Tawnia's stringy boyfriend from Mr. Coffin, the ferocious ocean pirate. But Coffin confides in Hannibal that he is not the dread pirate Coffin, that he inherited it, and that the real Coffin had been retired 15 years and was living like a king in Patagonia. And Hannibal is intrigued...
Since this summer is all about the tomatoes, I thought I would let you see the stage that most of the tomatoes are at right now. Come on and RIPEN! Please?!?!?! Before our resident ground hog
I’ve been getting interested in smoothies, partly to make for healthier breakfasts and partly to find new ways to use the ever-growing amount of fruits and veggies we’ve got round these parts. We bought some apples
This is local food - this summer we have tomato plants in every corner of the property, including right outside the front window. We’re using this blog to document our experiments - good and bad -