As we stood there in the dusty boatyard, a breeze spawned a dust devil that whirled itself into the weeds. You can work over in that building,” he said, pointing to the other hangar. And just as I was beginning to think the whole idea ridiculous, Rich nodded approvingly and spoke: “The first thing you need to do is take pictures of the boat from stem to stern so that you can put it all back together. When you finish with the pictures, strip the boat of all its hardware. Then he thumped the hull, stood up straight and crossed his arms. I’ll take out the trash, mow, run errands, clean the shop, you name it.” Rich paused, then walked over to my old boat and ran the palm of his hand over the deck as if taking the pulse of the vessel. I told him about the wavy floor, and his eyes narrowed. Motioning to my old Interlake, I uttered the words that had been banging around in my head since breakfast: “I’ve never restored an old sailboat before, but if you teach me something about it, I’ll do whatever you need to have done around here.
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“How I Met Your Mother” (8 p.m., CBS, TV-PG) wraps up its sixth season of romantic flashbacks with Ted getting cold feet about being a best man. The one grey cloud on the horizon is the well-documented implosion of “Two and a Half Men,” or rather its star and inspiration, Charlie Sheen. CBS liked “Mother” so much that they basically cloned it with “Mad Love” (8:30 p.m., CBS, TV-PG), a lukewarm mid-season vehicle for Sarah Chalke (or at least her hair) that wraps up with Ben and Kate reminiscing. CBS ends its Monday night season a week early. The network continues to dominate the ratings for the night.
Justin Timberlake closed out Season 36 of , reprising two memorable sketches — co-hosting “The Barry Gibb Talk Show” with alum Jimmy Fallon and re-teaming with Andy Samberg for a third digital short in their ’90s R&B group alter egos from “D— in a Box” and “Motherlover.”.
Gum surgery could be more fun than watching this brain drain, the attempt of the mind-sucking stoner parody, combining cutting edge of the spirit of fraternity-boy, the excitement of the mid-80, designed to Action film television and the authenticity of a Renaissance Faire held in an abandoned field behind a Courtyard by Marriott. It's easy to say that McBride and James Franco and Natalie Portman and director David Gordon Green – whose career WTF decentralization, "George Washington" and "All the Real Girls" to "Pineapple Express" seems destined to lead this atrocity, sooner or later Budweiser advertising with women in white underwear doll – more fun to do "His Highness" to see, but let's face it, who described 65 percent of all films. . Hollywood A bus trip from Duluth to Sioux City would be more fun, and I do not think I've done my research: What about 13 hours and costs $ 96.
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