Pray more Divine Mercy too.
It's the same thing that happened to feminism. They got everything they wanted, but the ideology is structured around the struggle, so they have to keep pushing farther and farther, which alienates the normies.
That headline was a rollercoaster from start to finish.
I guess he's wrong. The Church of England really is institutionally racist.
Lame. She's a lovely lady who has largely chosen to stay out of the spotlight. That's worth respecting.
A chicken is closer.
Good troll. Not gonna lie, you had me going there.
Film noir is a genre that was popular in the 40s and 50s, thematically revolving around the question of justice in an uncaring world and the struggle to retain your humanity in an increasingly inhuman society. The Maltese Falcon is everyone's go-to example, but Sunset Boulevard is my personal favorite. Also Nightfall. That one isn't a good movie, exactly, I just really adore Aldo Ray, and the writing is clever and very, very human.
Sounds like what you're looking for is Hayes-era noir movies.
Poor bastards. There was a kid on board.
I will say, though, that I was in the DC area all day and I didn't hear any "sonic boom."
I was in DC all day and I heard jackshit.
I get where you're coming from, but it does a disservice to everyone to bring a 5 year old into a situation like that. If your spouse is in the ER, you need to be 100% focused on them. Hospitals aren't kid-friendly, and a distressed 5 year old in the ER waiting room is going to - at best - split your attention too much.
Yes. He was a hardass who would regularly shoot down dumb ideas from diversity hires. The hugging was his way of trying to build office morale because he was also a genuinely nice guy.
Also that sometimes college isn't the best path to getting what you want. Sometimes, the path to success is to work your way up through the mail room.
No... I'm pretty sure it's the wind.
We make a little less than that and we have 5 kids. We also homeschool, live in a 1300 sq foot house, and don't run the ac or heat most of the year.
The air mattress was unrepairable. I tried.
I can't afford to put someone up in a hotel. I don't have a couch suitable for sleeping on - it's too small - and I don't have a futon or a place for a futon - the house is too small. I haven't found any non-scam or non-chinese websites that sell reasonable air mattresses, so if you have one, I'd be interested in seeing it.
I think it's far more likely that it just vanished through leakage or that it never existed in the first place and was just embezzlement.
Not to mention that there's just a bunch of things that you can't "shop local" over.
Like, this weekend, I'm going to have a houseguest I didn't expect to have. My air mattress sprang a leak the last time I let the kids use it for a sleepover, so I have to get a replacement by Saturday morning. My two options are the Target down the street or Amazon. The local hardware store doesn't carry air mattresses, the closest Walmart is too fair away, and the B,B&B went out of business. Maybe I could try the "local" Dick's or REI, but there's no guarantee that I can find what I need, even if I can rearrange the schedule enough to make a shopping trip out there.
So, now I have to negotiate the lesser of two evils, which is way more complicated than just picking a different beer.
All trans is Satanic. It's rooted in a fundamental rejection of Creation in favor of the individual's desires of how they believe that reality should be.
The best thing to do is to go to the actual neighborhood, drive around a couple of different times a day, and then talk to the neighbors. I did that when we were picking our last rental house. People are generally friendly and want to talk about the neighborhood. And if they're not, well, that's a red flag that maybe they aren't the best people to live next door to.
Huh. I expected PG County or Baltimore County. Not Anne Arundel. I gotta leave this state.
I order my burritos with extra white supremacy.
I mean, I support her being blocked from being a lawyer, but that's because she spends most of the speech ranting about how the law is a manifestation of white supremacy. The "antisemitism" is just one line thanking CUNY for allowing students to protest against "Israeli settler colonialism."