But a lot of employers still insist on you pretending that you are absolutely devoted to it.
He’s updating on Facebook, not here.
I was in a stage production of Camelot many years ago, and in one performance Arthur accidentally sang the end-of-show reprise words
[ARTHUR]Each evening, from December to DecemberBefore you drift to sleep upon your cotThink back on all the tales that you rememberOf Camelot
Ask every person if he’s heard the storyAnd tell it strong and clear if he has notThat once there was a fleeting wisp of gloryCalled Camelot
Where once it never rained till after sundownBy 8 a.m the morning fog had flownDon’t let it be forgot that once there was a spotFor one brief shining momentThat was known as Camelot
at the start of the show, which would have led to the shortest rendition ever if we’d stuck to it.
“Wear a mask inside unless you are eating or drinking” is not that complicated a concept.
Yep, you really need preferential voting so that you don’t have to choose between the candidate that you really like but doesn’t have much chance of winning, and the one that is at least potentially better than the corrupt idiot currently in power. Proportional representation (a party getting 10% of the votes should get approximately 10% of the seats) would be good too.
The episode of Black Mirror where soldiers were programmed to see other people as inhuman ‘roaches’, to be slaughtered without hesitation, was meant to be horror and not a user manual, you know.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Men_Against_Fire
“Get a clue dems. You’ve created an ugly scary future for our country.”Sure, and the REPUBLICANS are totally innocent.
Refusing to talk about it pretty much confirms that you haven’t been anyway.
I said it 5 years ago, most of the commenters agreed with me, and all of them were polite.