Stfu u idiot like u said its slow at night so obviously there is never gonna be a "hot" pot of steeped tea, it doesn't run out as fast like coffee smartass n don't over exaggerate 5 min for 15
I used to work for shit Horton's so I noe k
N on top of that all u fucken customers r waste
U want somebody sucking on ur dick ask ur mothers to do it not a Tim employee
Ur paying for cheap food its not a fucken 5 star restaurant.
As for u bitch go fuck ur self n ur bullshit
Thank u Jesus I don't work for mother fuckers like u
I am the grandson of Julia Rukavina and the great grandson of Ferdinand Rukavina.
Julia came to the USA (Ohio) around 1920 or so with her parents and half her siblings, the other (older half) stayed in Croatia.
Ferdinand owned a boot and shoe factory and supposedly supplied the Hapsburg army with boots.
Julia was born or was from Zagreb and was born 1900-1910 or so.
Any info would be appreciated
Hi Peter, I picked myself up a bag of ground beans today for my french press, the bags look great!
Just heard you on Spark here in VT.
Your Abraham Lincoln is clearly a Fred Astaire to me. :-)
Oh no! I guess I will never know if I solved it.
I went looking for the solution in the next day's paper, but it wasn't there!
So, are you going to post the solution?
Perusic is the place where the Kukavinas come from. Buzime was place where they worked the land. 99% percet were all catholick Croats.
Some said that they were orthodox to save them selves from slatter in War one and two. All Croats nothing to do with Russians. 99% fight againt Turks. 99 % fought against Milosevic Karadzic and Babic. Thew wan the freedom for their people.
Some thoughts on how it went: Lessons Learned from Open Minecraft Lab.
BOOMER IS ONE BUFFOON TOO MANY
I live in Vancouver, Canada, but my maternal grandparents emigrated from Croatia in 1926 (Dida) and 1930 (Baba). Dida was a Milkovic born in Smiljan, Lika. Baba was born in a small place in Lika called Buzim - apparently not the Buzim in Bosnia-Hercegovina. Her family was Prpic, but her mother was a Rukavina. Baba passed away when I was quite young, so I never got to ask her about the family history. But she always said, "Don't forget the name Rukavina. "
Apparently there was some system whereby sabres were given to members of a family for some recognition, and after a family received 100 sabres, the family rose in prominence. I'm not sure how this worked, or if I'm remembering it correctly, since Baba died 30 years ago. Anyway, Baba's uncle - a Rukavina - was supposed to receive the 100th sabre, but was killed by a rival family, according to the story we were told as kids. I have never been able to confirm this, and have never found any information about these sabres. Has anyone else ever heard about this?
At some point in her childhood, Baba and her family moved from Buzim to Sisak. All I know is that they were considered some sort of 'peasant nobility', with many professionals in the family, such as doctors, lawyers et cetera. Baba was sent to Vancouver by her family for an arranged marriage to a Tomljenovic. Her two older sisters were already in Vancouver - the oldest one married to a Separavic, and the middle one engaged to another Croatian. But the middle one 's fiancé ran off while Baba was enroute to Canada, so the Tomljenovic man was 'obligated' to marry the middle sister. Thus Baba arrived without anyone to marry, which left the door open for Dida. The man who should have married Baba ended up being my great uncle.
Sorry if I've provided too many details, but I am eager to learn more about our connection to the Rukavinas, and how this nobility thing worked. There's nobody from Baba's generation left who can answer these questions, so I'm hopeful someone out there might be able to tell me more.
Thanks so much!
Fantastic bit of Stewart Brand History – tickled to see him at ~26m30s 'bopping' a TV interviewer...thanks for pulling that together, Peter.
Coffee Bags On Press.
I knew Lou well for a short time. We 'dated' for about a minute before discovering we were destined to be friends and co-conspirators. He was a most loveable rogue with the heart of a poet. Although he sometimes lacked the grace to admit his foibles, to those of us who knew him, it was part of his charm. I miss how he made me feel like I too could be a poet, if only until the end of the bottle.
Thank you so much!! You really helped me!
Does anyone have a MAILING address. I prefer mailing a letter the old fashion way.
I spotted one on Kent and Prince directing people to Victoria Row. These signs are a great way to encourage tourists to leave their hotel on foot and talk a walk around our downtown. It's smaller projects like this that go a very long way.
This Is The New Bathroom At The Guild.
Hello Confederation Centre to Boardwalk.
This has been in the works for a while and we've run up against some obstacles along the way, so I'm really glad to see it happening.
Best bathroom tour I've watched all day!
Just phone 188876433771 (rogers1) and continue to hit 0 until it transfers you. 5 or 6 time. It asks you to make another selection like 2 or 3 time then bang.
I have heard about someone in our accounting department bought a MAC Black Friday. She was a PC user until then. She finds no problem using Parallels desktop 8 for MAC and QuickBooks and had no issues.