Your zero sum game added the "last one out" bit on its own, since I said I don't do this near closing. I'm sorry you're so irritated with your hypothetical co-worker that you'd rather they get nothing. :(
Ooh, yeah, I hadn't even really thought of co-worker dynamics, just what seemed "fair" from my perspective.
Which is really who I care about keeping happy, since it's my kind and benevolent server who keeps the diet Dr Peppers coming while I sit on my Ameripean ass. :D
That's reassuring, thank you. I did help desk for years, so intimately familiar with both the crappy way people often treat workers in service industries AND being held captive by customers...but I do worry about making sure my good intentions are actually helpful, since I have no experience in food service.
Sooo, on the subject of camping, here's something I've done just a couple of times and I'd like to know if it could get my server in trouble and they're just too nice to say anything. I trust you all to be honest with me. Read more
One of my kids is very much NOT a reader, to my dismay. But I recently started him on Guards! Guards! and plan on having him read all the Watch books. When I asked him what he thought so far, he launched into a more detailed and more *animated* plot description than I've ever seen from him. I cried a little inner tear… Read more
But it's a difference that is enabled by the presence of a back button in the first place. Or phrased in a less roundabout way: your response to mlk007 only covers part of why someone would like a dedicated back button. They really aren't "the same".
But that's within that single app, isn't it? I.e., if I'm reading emails, then I click through to a web page, can swiping left take me back to my mail in the same way the back button does?
The call was coming from inside the house!
You referred to the fact that people "genetically came from two people" and that the birth certificate is a record of that fact. DNA seemed like a fair synonym. That's how you identify bio-parents in the first place. However, because a birth certificate is a legal identity document and not a medical record, it has… Read more