retired history teacher
And a Picasso on the wall.
I only had one sister and our parents had to put a folding table between us on long trips.
Worry is a fast getaway on a wooden horse. So is this.
They had no access to patient records, and they were not yet in high school. Just a case of visiting Daddy’s workplace.
One can only hope. She is very upset about the tariff.
And we’ll all go together when we go! It seems even more appropriate even now, doesn’t it?
They found other things to do.
Unless somebody gets hold of some Sarin, there is no easy way to commit mass murder. You can’t do it with a knife or a bat and I don’t think Mr. Paddock could have much harm throwing rocks. Even fertilizer – a product which has an important agricultural purpose – is regulated. If we can regulate that , why can we not regulate firearms, which have no purpose other than to kill? Other societies manage to do so, and I doubt any of them feel deprived. Yes, we are saddled with the second amendment, but as you say, we might be able to annul that.
Somehow or other, Hubby and I managed to have a Republican daughter. Her husband owns a steel fabricating plant, and she has finally admitted that this tariff may not be a good idea. “But I agree with everything else he’s done.” I asked her how well her husband’s company would do if he replaced the directors once a week. She didn’t answer, but she did seem to be giving it some thought.