I would have said “If you want it out early, do it yourself.” But then, I am divorced….
The spread is the number of points a team is expected to win by. If you are betting on the underdog, you are given that number of points, so if they lose, but by fewer points than the spread, you win your bet.
Only if you are paranoid, and don’t have a sense of humor.
I like what the Green Party leader said, when asked which he preferred, Clinton or Trump, “That’s like asking me if I’d rather have cholera or gonorrhea.”
A wireless microphone, that’s smart. A pipe-less water supply, that’s magical!
The first STD?
The saying may not be strictly true, but it does make reference to the fact that many non-religious people find themselves praying when facing their own mortality, though some may not. And just for reference, during your service did you ever find yourself in a foxhole pinned down by enemy fire with mortar shells exploding around you and your best buddy’s brains blown out by sniper fire? If not, your atheism is irrelevant to this discussion. But regarding your dismissal of God as a “silly mythology”, how did you get to be the all-knowing judge of the world? Where were you when the earth came into being? When things that no one knows for sure are being discussed, it takes a real egomaniac to dismiss all explanations but your own as “mythology”. True, without proof, believing in a Creator takes a leap of faith, but so does a belief that some unknown process generated all the diverse and complex lifeforms on our planet, from nothing. Believing in a Creator is not unreasonable, and many super smart people do, maybe some that are even smarter than you.
You can still get all the new VHS tapes you want on eBay. I have 5 VCR’s hooked up to my cable, can record more shows simultaneously than any of my friends with DVR’s. And I don’t run into “DVR full” problems – just put in another tape. And try taking your DVR recording to someone else’s house – easy with a tape!
This explains a lot! We were driving around recently, and commenting on the absurd number of orange barrels blocking off various roads and lanes around the Twin Cities, often without any apparent reason.
Maybe the romance came before the first panel, and that’s why Arlo is all tired out…