I honestly don’t see why anyone, male or female, should have to bargain for their salary. No matter who does “Job A”, the pay should be x – then with time that can be advanced to x.1, and then x.2, etc. etc. Or, the person can promote to Job B, and so on, where everyone makes y, and then y.1, etc. Why salary should reward negotiating skills is beyond me – it’s certainly not something that I ever heard of being taught anywhere! I’ve heard all too often that women in general make less than male peers because they don’t negotiate (or negotiate as well) for their pay. That’s a BS excuse as far as I’m concerned.
I want to know more about what the “Beanie Weenie Wowie Meal” is!
Nothing is wrong with a little “enhancement”, especially of red hair. I’ll take red hair, whether original or otherwise, over anything else (on a woman that is – I never really cared for red hair on men, although I do admire red beards [especially since mine is now white])!
And it seems like EVERYBODY has some Irish in there! (including 50% for me)
Phil’s complexion has changed over the years, but I always saw him as “mixed race”, but definitely lighter than his aunt. There can be a lot of variation even from the same parents – it’s just how the genes fall together. I would call Evie’s husband African-American, but not Phil.
By the way, this answers a question that has popped up now and then ever since Phil showed up and he and Val became an “item”.
Louie is saying that “over 65” is old!! Good grief, I’d say old isn’t at least until 75 or even 80. By the way, I’m 68.
Whenever I have potential leftovers (I could eat the rest of it now, or save it until later), I always stop and think “Would I enjoy it more now or later?”. Most often, I feel I could easily eat more, but I figure I’m getting a bit full and would enjoy whatever it is more the next day than stuffing myself now. Of course this requires that enough is made in the first place to have potential leftovers! Arlo’s thinking/planning is brilliant!
Hey, Brad actually has combed hair! It looks a lot better.
My parents had a similar pattern of Formica in grey and white installed in about 1958. My first apartment in the early 1970’s had those cabinet handles (they tended to come loose too). Ah, the memories!
On which one of them? Looks like they both got lucky! Actually, I think this is the best Andromeda has ever looked! I guess I like the mussed up hair – not that I cared about her, but that’s one thing made Farrah Fawcett popular (someone referred to that as the “just got out of bed and ready to jump right back in” look)!