I’m not sure about the efficacy of blowing a bubble in a convertible with the top down.
Perhaps. But apparently she wasn’t able to afford another outfit with her “day job”. Not much reason to remain loyal to that company. Now she has a new outfit, and maybe a new car.
“Good fences makes good neighbors”
I applaud you. That was excellent parenting!
There are so many “celebrities” these days it’s hard to keep track.
I must be a fool. I once belonged to a union . I left years ago and have been doing better in terms of both wages and benefits.
I pack my own lunch daily, and pay cash for my used cars. Indeed, if people stopped "wanting " more they would find that their needs are easily taken care of. But, my guess is dissenters will say. “That’s not living”.
I live quite well, thank you, on just $26 / hour.
People can also get too involved with media celebrities. Friends and family are my focus.
Pinning your hopes and dreams on people who don’t know (and likely don’t care) that you even exist?