retired history teacher
We won’t though, until the Gummit figures out how to tax sunlight.
You know the answer to that question.
I remember that. Neither she nor Holly were pleased.
My sister used to sell custom bras, that went up to a 54 M. If you ever have twins, I can get you a hammock. And I’m talking twin human children!
I was just wondering if they had life insurance.
Yup. Now I’ll have that in my head all day.
As my mum used to say, “You look stunning”.
I need to get a Bluetooth, because I talk to myself a LOT. I teach 1700s life styles, and when I get a new “bit” I have to see how it will go, so I rehearse it mentally. The thing is, that when you think something, it can sound pretty good, but when you open your mouth and let it fall out into the daylight, you know it needs work.
A fool says something to talk. A wise man talks to say something.
When I started work in 1960, the minimum wage was $1 an hour; within two years I was making $65 a week. A one bedroom apartment was $60 a month, two bedrooms was $80. I could have managed to live alone on one job. Today, it takes over 100 hours a week at minimum wage to afford a two bedroom place. Wages have NOT kept up with the cost of living.