Learning the term, "socio-economic injustice" ruined my world view.
I do not want to be a jerk about this...BUT (help me out here, people)
Agree. Now the ammunition of some suburban town is in the spotlight. Watch out, big cities.
I saw this and thought the same...at first. It took a year or so of reading Jez to make the (duh) connection to TV.
I very much understand what you are saying in terms of unsolicited material. A teenage girl is going to go through that "comparing phase" on some level regardless of anything a parent is going to do. No need to make it worse, right? What would matter is the message/medium.
They're really good with offering shorter length pants (petite). Definitely basics/teacher clothes.
Not to mention the slow. Still, there is some great links there.
It is terrible, but I tend to not feel right after eating at Chipotle, while TB is just too salty but tolerable. Comment in reference to the Cantina Bell burrito vs. the enormous but tasteless Chipotle version.
"Pretty awesome," right? All the kids are into the Baja Blasts.
I didn't overdo. Just lininh two milk crate boxes with some bricks for drainage poking holrd in plastic bags with a cover of pebbles and a light cover of sand over the rocks. Some good soil on top and a bit of lawn clippings.
My mother somehow landed an amber bottle of musk. It seemed to be ok for me. Love Baby Soft made me sick. The best I could do was baby lotion and that tanning oil with the cocoanut scent. I also loved Coppertone. Maybe Strawberry scented shampoo from the 70s. Muguet de Bois (lilly of the valley).
All the 666 aside, it was really creepy when all the stores started using barcodes and how the tracking system of purchases went haywire. I'm no aluminum foil hat person (maybe a pipe in a pinch), but whatever.
Now ask me about growing Jersey/ beefsteak/ heirloom tomatoes in the city. It's my thing.
My problem with petunias was slugs moving them down. Maybe it was the angle of the sunlight or humidity.
Agree. The noobs get to take over the paperwork without a clue. Then you get a $500.00 bill where the "apples to oranges" and so on is pompously explained while the new person gets to see first-hand how hard ball is played.
I ran into an issue with my ex claiming to not live in the state, working out of state. It takes work, especially if you live in a major metropolitan area, to get the ball rolling. The process of enforcement can really break you down.
Same here. AND they had no issue with having my child on state insurance.
Many people don't realize the "three-pronged" issue: divorce, custody, child support.