I love, love, love Vernors!!!!!!!!
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…and that why the phrase “for all intents and purposes” was invented…
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I remember this one from my 9th grade high school days when our science teacher introduced Zeno’s paradox to us just for fun.
We never had that problem, with next door neighbors, but a few streets over, we can hear a dog barking all day, every day. It stops around supper. I feel sorry for the people who live really close by.
Or toddler… I remember our first one had so much fun with the roll, but only once. From that time on, it was always under, and still is to this day.
(The baby still would play with the roll and make it spin, but at least the paper stayed on.)
It’s true, plus they tell you about it on the news too…
Haven’t you heard of calling 311? That number is active 24/7 in some places.
In this case, since it was in the early 90’s, I’m sure he called during business hours.
I hope Heart’s listening to what Char is saying. It’s not just Heart’s hopes that are important here. It’s the whole class effort that is going into the play.
In real life, I know families who made the kids’ artistic dreams their priority, and they signed them up with agencies, and they got modelling contracts, and later catalogue work, and it progressed to TV spots, and into acting in plays, etc…
The house edge.
Vigorish (also known as juice, under-juice, the cut, the take, the margin, the house edge or simply the vig) is the fee charged by a bookmaker (or bookie) for accepting a gambler’s wager.
In American English it can also refer to the interest owed a loanshark in consideration for credit.
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Look up “subprime mortgage crisis” and the resulting 2007-9 Great Recession….