Denver, CO, USA
Did some research last night and went with a mix that was Butterscotch Schnapps and Cream Soda. Almost too sweet though, so we cut it with some vodka.
Also tried Butterscotch Schnapps and Strongbow but it wasn't worth it and doesn't really match the book's description anyway.
Definitely worth seeing. I could have used a little more of a reminder from where part. 1 had left off but that is a bit nit-picky.
I'll have to ask my friend (who hasn't read the books but loves the movies) if she could follow along at the fast pace that this movie held for the entire 2 hours.
If it's possible, this dog is both energetic and mellow all at once. They are content to just follow you around the house but also love playing in the park.
My dogs personal favorite game was tag - 5 minutes of that and she'd be ready to chill out and watch tv for a couple hours.
this "more on:" link is more like "moron" link. link to Fox itself, not some blogger calling himself a reporter and reposting.
& bonus - Stewart w/ O'Reilly
It's one of the few contact sports available for women and it's still relatively new so it's quite easy to get into and be really active in it.
do it if: you're competitive, want to be part of a team, don't mind the hard learning curve (you're learning a new sport from scratch!)
don't do it if: you want to 'look cute', worry about breaking something, want a casual hobby
This has, hands-down, the best indian buffet in Denver - even though it's technically not in Denver, that's how good it is.
There is a huge variety of food that's constantly being refilled. And of course they contain all the must haves - chicken tikka marsala, vegetable curry soup, samosas, saag, etc.