Some people in DC will be working very hard to NOT disrupt their favorite monopoly.
Not even Trump could dislike Sophie! Actually, I don’t know that he dislikes dogs. Not everyone who doesn’t own a dog dislikes them.
Yes, I live in a blue state. Massachusetts. No, I am not a republican, I’m a moderate conservative. I despise what both the dem and rep parties have become.
I did early in-person voting on Saturday. No waiting. I noticed that I chose to replace the incumbent in every choice but one.
We had only 2 ballot questions which is low – we usually have 4 or more. One of them was for ranked choice voting. I voted no but I think that one will pass.
I love my family, extended fam, friends and my dogs. I have never and never will consider their political views as criteria whether I will spend time with them during the holidays or any other time. I’m pretty sure my dogs are socialists as they get everything for free at my expense but I love them more than 99% of the people I know. So, if you have a hard time accepting others because of their politics, perhaps you can just pretend they are a weird breed of dog. :)
I have an elderly friend who has this condition. He’s 84. It looks exactly like the turtle’s condition. Plus, I once thought about going to med school so you should trust what I say. :)
I gave you a “like” for your sentiment…not because you had dental and vet bills up the whazoo. I feel your pain…I bit the bullet (pun intended) and had an old crown replaced with an implant. Old hockey injury. One of our dogs racked up ~$10k in 2020 vet bills. Major surgery accounted for most of that. But all is well now and I’m looking forward to the season.
That’s the rule in my household. We love Christmas, both for it’s Christian significance and the cultural aspects, but we give it no attention until the day after Thanksgiving. I was at Lowes last week and they have Christmas trees and all sorts of stuff out already. Oy!
It’s called Senile purpura. SP is a benign, easy bruising that affects older adults. It’s sometimes called actinic purpura.
This occurs because the skin and the blood vessels become more fragile as we age, making it easier for our skin to bruise from minor trauma. This is different than conditions that cause easy bruising due to bleeding disorders.
Senile purpura is fairly common, affecting about 10 percent.
Trusted Source of people over the age of 50. This percentage increases with age.
Senile purpura is not dangerous and is completely benign, but unless changes are made, the condition is likely to be recurring
Next ComicCon I suggest the doors be locked. From the outside. Permanently. Society will be better off. :)