"Insane" is subjective.
There's also lots of reasons why studying English is also needed.
Weirdly enough, one of my online friends also has a birthday today.
Walking and the bus, but usually walking. Before the age of 12 I used a scooter. (Not the electric kind.) I found the streets and sidewalks to be too broken to use a bike (harder to go around clumps of broken off asphalt.)
Go "evil" ... But from his point, he is doing "good"
After all, few people who do bad actually think they are doing bad.
Going out to the cabin by a lake for midsummer!
I've broken my wrist, ankle, toe (twice), fingers on left hand (all), and skull.
Yes! I made a new friend this weekend. Unfortunately she was in a pen.
Once my grandmother was caught under the door of her car, the car started going in reverse and dragged her down into the street. She then was stuck on the ground in the middle of the street. I was trying to help her, then someone who was driving got out of their car to help … Read more
That indicates that the phone is generating its own power. I would develop a circuit stemming out from the phone and use it to power my house, sparing me of my electrical bill. Then I can charge to do the same for other houses or power other things, which will give me a lot of … Read more
Both my dogs are old and can't go for too long of walks, so I usually walk them up and down the street I live on. I'm not to sure exactly how far that is in mile or kilometer terms.
I think that the healthy middle point for the stance of obese people is to not judge their character by it, but recognize that it is a health hazard. "Fat-shaming" is bad, but being pro-fat is promoting something that isn't healthy. Being fat does not make them ugly, stupid, or a bad person. In fact, … Read more
I don't care if someone is okay with being obese. I do have a problem with them discouraging other obese people from losing weight. It's like the reverse of the "pro-ana" circle.