There has not been any activity in this group for quite a while. Now that winter is over and warm weather is upon us, is anyone interested in an OKC Meet Up anytime soon?Let's get this group up and moving again!See More
"Volunteer at an elelmentary School or the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. There are thousands of kids (especially boys without dads at home) who would benefit from a positive role model.
Get in with the Big Brother Program and/or some…"
"This is standard operating procedure in the work-a-day world. It's eat or be eaten, establishg the pecking order. This guy is a school yard bullie and he's trying to make you his bitch. Don't be a victim. The only way to handle a…"
"Here's another Southern Baptist chiming in. I worked with children for 20 years in the church and in the public sector. I've seen many occasions where churches pushed children into decisisons they weren't ready to make.
There are two…"
"I did not know how bad I was at grammar until I became an elementary school teacher and had to teach it. There are so many subtle rules. Good grammar makes sound more eduacated and polished. But, beware: once you make good grammar a habit bad…"
"My dad served 20 years in the Air Force. I grew up military. We spent part of the Vietnam War in the Philippenes. He was an electrician on cargo planes. He would talk about the planes coming back from Vietnam would rittled with bullet holes."
Thanks for the friend ad! You were asking what I thought of Oklahoma when I lived there - to be honest I loved it, much prefer it to living in the UK. Also I felt the people were a lot friendlier and more sociable, for example a tutor said that at lunch you could just ask other students if you could sit with them - this would be unthinkable in the UK.
ACA says that Americans must have health insurance. I think you're smart enough to realize that "universal healthcare" is here to stay in the US.
Currently, you can buy insurance in your home state, and largely no where…"
"ACA says that Americans must have health insurance. I think you're smart enough to realize that "universal healthcare" is here to stay in the US.
Currently, you can buy insurance in your home state, and largely no where else. You say…"
"Just stop in your defense of Nokia. It's silly and rather embarrassing for you. GSM and LTE are standards, both with underlying American technology. The GSM standard was the product of a multinational European committee. …"
For those with a love of the ocean and can't bare to be parted from her for long. It doesn't matter how you love her - be it surfing, sailing, scuba, or just plain swimming - as long as you appreciate her wonders and furious beauty.
"As a doctor in Europe I can tell you that most doctors here (or anywhere) would chose to work in the USA if given the choice. People can talk about it being due to higher salaries or whatever. My point is that as an industry the USA healthcare has…"