I have not made this change. Graphic arts still pays the bills. But I kind of wish I had a job that meant more to me, so I say follow your bliss. I live with a lady who had a career in the arts and at some point in her 30s said fuck it, I want to work in health care. And she threw her past into the “useful for later”… Read more
But put those innactions on a scale and weigh them against his achievements: He saved the economy, he literally liberated an entire segment of society (acceptance of gays and legalized gay marriage nation-wide), he put into place healthcare reforms that brought health care to millions who didn’t have it, and lowered… Read more
So... she has one her trainers teach North basic, age appropriate exercises twice a week? BURN THE WITCH! I can’t see a reason to snark about this. I think there’s nothing wrong with giving young kids a good groundwork for health and fitness. It would be one thing if he was putting a two year old through ridiculous… Read more
Seconding the Tattered Cover— I loved that place when I was a kid (though I haven’t been to the new locations)— and the Pearl Street Mall.
That shit arrived in the Philly area at around 2:30am. It was the loudest storm I ever heard. Thought something in my side yard blew up!
Okay, I live in DC. Last night was BANANAS. I was awoken around 1:00 am last night by the most terrifying lightning storm I’ve ever experienced. The sky was light orange, and there were flashes of purple-white lighting, brighter and more frequent than I’ve ever seen—I’m talking multiple times a second, and bright… Read more
WELP I made the mistake of reading all the other responses first. So yeah, in case it isn't obvious, my answer is a big fat NOPE. But, in my case, my sex drive basically evaporated when my depression started, and never really came back. So, part of the problem is that I don't really care that there's a problem?