I actually see it as them trying to balance the tables instead of all the heavy hitters in one and also rans in the other. Booker isn't a long shot either.
I grew up in Austin but no longer live there. Definitely not really weird anymore, but instead now a marketing version of weird.
Houston has pretty much always been a big blue dot (Harris county at least). We just got gerrymandered into obsolescence by including all the rural areas around us.
Sorry but I disagree with this. This isn’t even really true for Austin which you are basing your assumption on. Austin was much more liberal before the Californians and other tech started to arrive, it has become more libertarian since then (remember Austin used to be a hippy/college town). The other large moves to…
May I suggest a WK2 Jeep Grand Cherokee. They looks decently professional, can handle most driving conditions, and mine has been very reliable. Gas mileage is the only part missing.
While I use the Oxford comma and twitch a little when I see it not used, it's not a hard rule. I have seen lawyers, CEOs, journalists (actual not bloggers), etc go without it.
Your purchasing habits, or boomers find you funky and easy to get in and out of?
I mean, it was literally a cube.
Hey as the Republic of Texas it owned most if what is now New Mexico. Granted they had no power over it, but they claimed it!
How... Holy shit how... Her leg....
He has never owned his mistakes, so I don't think he should do much more than flip burgers.
Sorry, it's actually my fault. I moved back into my house this year and was able to homebrew again, haven't bought beer to bring home in a few months.
For my divorce my lawyer cost me $200/hr and she was a recently graduated lawyer (maybe 4 years of experience). So yeah, $675 isn't at all that high for a Harvard lawyer.
I actually pulled a neck muscle clenching after a big bite of pure jalapeno I wasn't expecting.
His aunt is a few years older than him, but having aunts or uncles that are younger is very much possible.
My brother had the exact opposite impression of him. He met him a few times at charity parties in Vienna and said he was one of the most down to earth cool guys. My brother had no idea who he was at the time and just wondered why this old guy with scars always wore a cap. It was when Rush came out and I was telling…
Oh definitely. It's a reflex from being turned down.
To be fair, in business a loan creates leverage which makes your return higher. A lot of the time people will take on debt when they don’t need to for this reason.
His entire backstory was pointless other than to introduce some incest and make Dany a little more anxious.
Actually by killing her doesn't Jon become the new Dothraki leader?