It’s in the 40s here in Tennessee. It gets cold here, but not Midwest cold.
Good: It allows you to stay in touch with people who don't live near you. It allows you to keep up with news and do research that would be more difficult in person.
Bad: Misinformation spreads incredibly easily. It can be addictive to the detriment of real life relationships.
No, but I would love to be on Jeopardy or Millionaire or another show where knowledge of trivia pays off. I often watch Jeopardy and have no problem answering most of the questions. I think I would be good at it.
I’m not sure, but it lasts a decent amount of time with just two people (guys) using it. When I lived with three other guys in college (and they often had people over) it seemed like I was changing it constantly.
So glad I more or less had my own bathroom growing up.
Swag isn't something you are, it's something you have. And yes, I have much swag. ;)
I guess that would be South Africa.
I have a Hoover air purifier in my room that uses an ionizer as well as UV light to clean the air. I often use it at night for white noise.
They are common in Florida, but I’ve never seen one first hand.
Between 7:30 and 8 most mornings. I'm lucky that I don't have to be up earlier than that.
I can be before I've had a shower. After that I am generally good to go. I'm not a coffee-drinker.
To some extent, yes. I cried more when I was younger, though. I was quite the crybaby as a kid.
Evening is when I seem to peak.
I usually do help with the cooking. Last year I made chestnut stuffing and Cornish game hens. :)
Different roots. "xeno-" means "stranger, foreigner". "geno-" means "people, nation". Similar, but slightly different senses.
In the sci-fi world, "xenocide" means the killing of an alien race.
I do not. That stuff creeps me out.
Most Christmas trees are grown on farms that specifically raise Christmas trees. It's not as if natural forests are being raided for the holidays. These farms also cut trees in such a way that new ones grow back at the cut site.
We always started most of the decorating on December 1st when I was a kid, though my mom would put a few things out the day after Thanksgiving.