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I really enjoyed this show. I saw the movie one time, in all likelihood in an altered state. I didn't really recall much of the movie, apart from the main themes of class struggle and eternal engine/generational train. I also remember a theory a few years ago that Snowpiercer was a sequel to Willy Wonka...
Anyway. Despite really enjoying the show, I wouldn't quite classify it among the top quality shows. It was certainly better than any of the CW shows, or Walking Dead though.
Marci said:... My niece and nephew graduated from North Paulding High School in the Atlanta area...
EDIT: Also, meant to mention the student, Hannah Watters, had her suspension lifted and removed from her record. She is a hero. I expect this action and it's fallout will basically guarantee her entry to whatever college she chooses to attend.
Hatorian said:Speaking of grooming who’s a shaver and who’s au natural???
Just caught the trailer to this here. It looks pretty great. It stars Sarah Paulson in the titular role. I also recognized Corey Stoll in the trailer. According to IMDB, Sharon Stone and Vincent D'Onofrio are among the cast as well.
ketchup - In the fridge, because I like it cold, but there's enough vinegar in it to keep it stable well beyond when it would be empty.mustard - In the fridge. Any kind. Standard, brown, spicy, dijon. Bring it all.bbq sauce - Depends. Mustard based, and sweet sauces in the fridge. Vinegar based in the pantry.soy sauce - Ambivalent. It's not gonna go bad.peanut butter - Neither. Keep it out of my house. (Exception - stored in the pantry in the event I'm planning to make PB Fudge, PB cookies, or other PB based treats.)
jelly - 100% fridge.
Bread - I don't eat much of this, so I don't buy it often, but usually leave it in the bottom of the pantry if it's purchased, or on the counter in a cake dish if it's fresh baked. Things like leftover rolls and uncooked dough in the freezer.