"I knew both of my grandfathers.
My paternal grandfather was a really quiet, shy guy. He was an engineer during World War 2 for the air force. He had stories about how things had changed after the Japanese bombed pearl habor.
"Actually, they primarily are. That professor is the person who gives you a recommendation to that institution. Also, the professor would know if that internship is a good fit for your career path.
Secondly, I did look for internships in my…"
It's not his fault. It's <insert everyone in the world except for him>'s fault he's not successful.
I am convinced that there must be an article about AoM out there this month on imafuckingidiot.com"
"I have no memories of either. My Paternal Grandfather was born in 1886 to poor Irish immigrants, worked at a factory making fireworks at a time when worker safety consisted of making the fireworks in isolated shacks so only one person…"
"My paternal grandfather was born in 1901 and named for Theodore Roosevelt. He moved to Illinois where he met my grandmother. It was there that they married and started their family.
My grandfather bought some land and started to farm. As the years…"
"The only times they usually get involved with their child's education is, one, going to PT meetings. Two, going to sports games. Three, helping them with homework.
Well, if they are a parent who cares about their kid's education then…"