gusto [guhs-toh] n. 1. hearty or keen enjoyment, as in eating or drinking, or in action or speech in general: to dance with gusto 2. individual taste or liking
Time just got away from me last night and I didn’t really have time to develop today’s standpoint.
But I will say it’s true that the good guys sometimes still win as was evident with the Philadelphia Flyers’ decisive 5-2 Game 7 win over the Buffalo Sabres.
Some of the world’s greatest feats were accomplished by people not smart enough to know they were impossible. ↔ Doug Larson
I think Annuals would be an amazing band to see live. If I ever get the chance, they’d better play “Loxstep.”
→ What the hell, Facebook? I’ve been defending you for the past few years and now you go and pull this shit?
→ Lindsay Lohan was once again in the news yesterday and…sigh. The next headline I want to see involving Lindsay Lohan will read something like this: “Lohan Grows Tired of 24 Years of Trying, Disappears”
→ When the weatherman says a storm is going to be “off the scale,” well, what the hell are you supposed to be about that?