Amazing! That which has eluded scientists for hundreds of years has been mastered by 1-800-flowers.com!
For, you see, today, January 2, 2006, 1-800-flowers.com - apparently a clandestine powerhouse of quantum mechanics - sent me the following message:
I must know their secrets!!
On a related note, I got yet another time travel movie from Netflix: "Primer." Small independent film. As in, so independent, their special effects/props budget consisted of some wires, digital timers, and a sheet of aluminum siding from Lowes plus rental fees for a couple of oxygen tanks from a medical supply place and a storage unit from U-Haul. I don't like dissing independent film in general, but, good god, I lost the thread -and interest - about halfway through.
I'm done with the time travel stuff. I have three volumes of "Reilly, Ace of Spies" (with a very young Sam Neill) to get through. Sounds good to me.
WHAT holiday? Newmanium?
Either that, or those oh-so-traditional epiphany flowers...
heehee. i want me some epiphany flowers. it's right up there with my wish for 12 drummers drumming... (although, that would be rather loud in my little house...).
I'm sure they were talking about Valentine's Day. Yeah, that's what they meant. Definitely. Valentine's Day.
at 1800-flowers, everyday is a holiday.
HAHAHAHA. Yes, this is possible. And it's making me think...
Merujo, before you give up completely on time travel movies, check these out:
Beyond The Time Barrier ( 1959 )
The Final Countdown ( 1980 )
The Grand Tour AKA Disaster in Time ( 1992 )
Time After Time ( 1979 )
The Time Machine ( 1960 ) not the embarressingly bad remake
The Time Travelers ( 1964 )
Maybe they use the time canoe.
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