Sam Sanj
Sam Sanj thanked Don Barzini's answer

Hold the phone. What? 

I've lived in Florida for over twenty five years, I can assure you it doesn't rain here "all the time" at ANY time of year. We often go many days with nary a cloud, particularly in summer.

To the point of your question, people are fleeing the lousy weather, crappy roads, congested … Read more

Sam Sanj
Sam Sanj thanked Aria Broeka's answer

I believe what you are refering to are the semi-common but brief cloydbursts that iccure in some areas due to the tropical/coastal climate.  It obviously doesnt occure everywhere in Florida or every day.  If it did it would be more like Oregon and i am pretty sure it is not.  Oregon has far more rainy … Read more

Sam Sanj
Sam Sanj thanked Aria Broeka's answer

To an American citizen parent - of course.  The parent is a citizen why should their child not be?   

Should children born to two non-citizen foreign nationals in the US be given automatic citizenship? Maybe not. 

The problem with the immigrants isnt the families with a parent who are cituzens.  The problem are the … Read more

Sam Sanj
Sam Sanj thanked PJ Stein's answer

They are people with feelings, so they would feel just as left out as anyone else. I know a couple of families with autistic children and they would never leave them at home. They adjust the activity so that the autistic child can join in.

Sam Sanj
Sam Sanj thanked PJ Stein's answer

Parents never want to fail their children. Forgetting to give lunch money means you failed to feed your child. You can understand why that would upset your mom, right?

I would say that your mom is raising you right, because you didn't think it was that big of deal. You seem to understand that sometimes … Read more