From a letter of recommendation form:
1. Well below average (lower 5%)
2. Average (middle 40%)
3. Well above average (top 35%)
4. Excellent (top 15%)
5. Outstanding (top 5%)
Yes, those numbers total to 100%, but... then the median is "well above average" and the words "middle" and "top" are used incorrectly.
I'm going to go with:
1 = 1st to 4th percentile
2 = 5th to 44th percentile
3 = 45th to 79th percentile
4 = 80th to 94th percentile
5 = 95th percentile and up
OMG, watching an episode of Stargate, and they are in the "New York Museum of Art." Even I know that it's called the Met. Maybe they couldn't get licensing or something, but I know in Friends there were references to the Met.
I credit my LJ friends with the intelligence not to do this anyway, but just so we're clear, if you make a comment on one of my friends-only entries, don't repost it to your Facebook or Twitter. Meaning, pretty much no one on LJ should have things set up so that all of their comments automatically go to Facebook/Twitter.
I had this idea while camping during my vacation, and I just remembered it today and better write it down.
Gigantic marshmallow that can be cooked on a spit. Better yet, giant animal carcass-shaped marshmallow with graham cracker bones and chocolate organs/stuffing.
I think I would find a recipe for graham crackers, then make a aluminum foil support to bake the dough in the shape of a cartoon chicken skeleton. I would also whip up marshmallow from a recipe, and divide it in half. Half of it would get mixed with broken up chocolate bars (Hershey's, of course, the chocolate that is wonderful on s'mores but useless for anything else unless you like the taste of wax) and used to fill the skeleton and make an inner wrapping for the legs and wings. Then I'd rub corn starch out on a flat surface and pat the other half of the marshmallow mixture flat onto that, maybe 3/4" thick. That would be the "muscle and skin" that I'd wrap the rest of the bird with. Then you turn it on a spit over coals, and the "skin" gets all crispy while the rest turns into a giant s'more mixture.