I've never had a garage or a remote garage door opener. The one I have now came with the house so I've never had to program or configure it. The glitch is that I have to stand literally in front of…Continue
""So when the minimum wage raises to 15 and people like me have worked so hard for 17, will I get compensated too?"
So this is less about whether or not it's a good idea to have a higher minimum wage and more about your frustration…"
""How often has this happened... Someone asks you "so how's work?" Right as you fork a big bite into your mouth. You can't spit it out. So you go "mm" and nod. And chew. And you put a finger up. And chew faster. Now…"
""Things I'd rather do to socialize with friends: barbecue"
You want to socialize with your friends by BBQing and then what? Throw all the food away and call it a day? Go eat in silence in your own little corners?"
YES!! This story strikes very close to home. My family came north from the Charleston area 2 generations back. We're not 100% sure if we're part of the Gullah population. I do remember hearing my great grandmother and great-great grandmother both using Gullah expressions. We also have Cherokee ancestors starting with my great-great grandmother, and going back. That kind of inter-marriage was not uncommon in Gullah communities.
Can I ask you a question? what does this description of a Tai Chi mean? The whole martial arts thing is so varied that I honestly am not sure what to take from that description.
"Tai Chi Chuan translates to “Grand Ultimate Fist” and is an internal form of martial arts. This Chen style is based on the theory of yin & yang and the philosophy of Chinese medicine. In traditional Chinese martial arts there are both outdoor and indoor teaching methods. The form taught at VMAA is an indoor or family form received in Tai Chi Chuan men’s tradition."
Saw your post over at Christian men. Not a member, so I thought I'd leave a quick comment here. Mark Shea covered this a few days ago, here. Short version: The media gets almost everything the last two popes have been saying wrong.
"Trough urinals are not that uncommon in small parks in the rural areas in the Midwest. I have been to bars where the trough was in the middle of the men's room and no dividers to be seen.
I have also been to public men's rooms in Europe…"
"Not sure who will be more upset with the gender neutral washrooms. Men, who've lost their private urinals, or women who lost their private mirrors. Ever go in the girls washroom in school. I did once after they won a big game and we carried…"