Ah, just let people have fun. It's a once-in-a-lifetime thing. We're getting totality here in Nashville.
I remember the saying, "Every person you meet knows something you don't." They are unique individuals with their own story to tell. Everyone deserves to be treated with respect.
Of course, there are some bad drivers...
Too bad I just graduated this summer. You and I should've gone to college together. We would've had some lively debates :)
I'm afraid his comedy is a bit before my time, but I never knew he was perceived so negatively. I recently heard this his efforts raised over $2 billion for muscular dystrophy. That's nothing to balk at.
I listen to NPR a lot, especially in the car. If I'm not listening to that, then I'll have a country station on--this is Nashville after all.
The first time I was bullied was a cruel alert to the way the world really works.
You may be able to look at the total eclipse (in the path of the umbra) without eye protection but anything partial and you'll need special eye protection; it's still the sun and even if part of it is obscured the part that shows is as bright as it is on any day.
I've never been that interested in aviation (I hate flying), but I did enjoy the aviation museum in McMinnville, Oregon. And I can always go for soft-serve ice cream. :)
Just imagine NEVER needing to interrupt your activities to dash into skanky bathrooms ever again.
I have a laptop bag that I sometimes carry around, but other than that, my "purse" must be my wallet and pockets.
I didn't meet my boyfriend from a dating site or from randomly asking; I met him because a straight friend of mine told me they knew him and told me about him, then I later made the effort to get to know him. Sometimes you find other gay guys from networking like that, sometimes someone … Read more
Oh come now, it can't be that bad. You see, here I am in makeup:
Just a whim of mine; I don't look like that regularly (I should hope not!). I know this question is for women, but I wanted to comment. My boyfriend hates the idea of makeup, but a female friend of … Read more
Because people always try to obfuscate the truth when people on their "side" do something wrong. Whether it's denying, ignoring, deflecting, or flat-out lying, people will find a way to make it seem like their side isn't actually worthy of any blame.
I will occasionally watch a show with a laugh-track as a "comfort show", but it's true that laugh-tracks are ultimately a sign of somewhat low comedy, and simplistic "setup/punchline" jokes. The best comedies out there don't need to tell you when something's funny.