What I will never understand is how Kellyanne escaped Trump’s wrath when her husband was trashing him practically every day. I don’t see Waddles being able to make the distinction that her husband’s opinions have absolutely nothing to do with her, or that she may have been powerless in her ability to reign him in.
This is the take I was looking for.
Again, I don’t care about Rick Hendrick’s business motivations or company.
I never finished the series. The first five books are arguably my favorite fantasy novels of all time, and book six was still really solid (IIRC). Book seven became a slog, and 8 was brutal, so by the time 9 came out I just couldn’t do it anymore. Having said that, I’m EXTREMELY excited for the show. So much of what… Read more
Yep. And it’s always a big tell to me when someone uses their wife and daughter(s) as a shield— that tells me that they most definitely they treat their wives and daughters, and every other woman in their life with the same level of disrespect that they’ve just revealed to the world. You can bet money on it. Growing… Read more
If I gave negative feedback on dumb or bad dating-app profiles every time I saw one, I would immediately be banned from all of the platforms just based on my comments to guys who wear sunglasses in all! their! photos! and guys who are holding fish or posing with tigers. (Also, they don’t seem to realize that posting a… Read more
the defense is other women associate with me and give me credibility to be a dick. men have been trotting it out for awhile now.
The board member she skipped over was Quinton Lucas, the Mayor of KC.
That’s not a silly bit and she’s not joking.