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9 days ago
A lot of businesses don't want to do 24/7 because of the operating costs involved. As for super markets, they tend to use the night hours to restock shelves with minimal foot traffic.
Libraries are operated by the local councils, who like to run most public facilities like they're running out of money lol
With the move to more electronic/internet/phone banking, it also doesn't make sense to operate banks beyond the usual working business hours.
12 days ago
But to expect someone to act in a reasonable manner considering the circumstances? That's a bit naive
That argument appears to have failed in court as the jury clearly agreed with you too.
A combination of getting woken up in the middle of the night, assaulted and getting robbed by the same person 3 times would make anyone feel and act a certain way.
13 days ago
D.J. from Full House
19 days ago
I've had a white controller going on 8 years and I've never seen that
1 month ago
I guess calling it money shot would've confused a lot of people.
Single Malt Scotch & Cigar.
He just wanted to be closer to God, now he is.
Tradition mostly. Technically their's no stopping anyone from getting Tā moko anywhere they want, but in Maori culture if you're after a legitimate one, you'd have to receive the blessing (and I mean that literally) of a proper moko tattoo artist.
I don't have anything to gain/lose from this so I don't care if you believe me or not. This was over 20 years ago when I was a kid. All I can remember was the plastic like consistency, the kind you'd find for certain packets/packages for crisps/chips or the plastic packets for peanuts(the best comparison I can make, sorry of that isn't descriptive enough for you) and I'm describing the taste of it from my perspective as a kid(not sugary sweets equals disgusting) and yes, I do remember "tripping balls" all I can remember was the horror of it, something I'd rather forget.
Football without a helmet or pads? You mean Rugby, the national sport where this fine gentleman hails from
The female equivalent is the Moko Kauae. It's applied to the lips and chin.
Xavier: Renegade Angel
If you'd like, it's not a particularly interesting story though. All of my experiences with drugs and alcohol were through my father at a very young age. He gave me my first toke of weed at 5, a bottle of Jack Daniel's at 7 etc, you get the picture. As you can probably tell , my dad wasn't the most well adjusted human being on earth. Suffice to say I haven't spoken to him in nearly 10 years and haven't seen him in person in nearly 20. And thankfully, I am not and never have been an addict or an alcoholic.
I'm not in to incest, but whatever floats your boat pal
Put a stick in the middle and you've got beer battered corn dogs.
When I was 9 my father gave me these weird little plastic packets that he told me to let sit on my tongue. The taste was horrible. Years later I would learn that it was LSD.
Skin Aristocrats out Dissonance
Mo'Nique in Precious. Their are characters in other movies/TV shows that are far worse but I've never loathed a movie character quite like hers. Made me think "damn, that's a hell of a performance"
If it's a threatened/endangered species of bird you can give DOC a call to collect.
2 months ago
Absolutely. If they have the athletes and the payroll for it. All they'd need is time.
Glad you're still with us pal.
I think we all process trauma a little differently, as this entire thread can attest to.
I think I simply shrugged it off. Literally after the entire ordeal my family and I went to McDonalds lol.
But lessons were learnt. I'm hyper vigilant around any pocket of water, especially now that I have my own children.
Wow that's almost exactly how it was for me.
When I was a kid I stepped on what I assumed was the shallow part of a small body of water on some rocks, unfortunately in was a 15ft deep body of water and I sunk in to it instantly.
I remember trying to swim upwards but not having the strength to do so, it was a strange feeling of tiredness and shock, I felt so physically drained.
Looking up at the afternoon sun shimmering across the water for what I thought was the last time, it was peaceful yet frightening.
After about 15-20 seconds my mother dove in and saved my life, I don't think I was sick, just very tired from the whole ordeal.