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I’m hoping the final outcome will be something like all of Joe’s clients leaving the old business and following him to the better job he ends up with. And THEN the old boss will understand that most of us don’t care who someone loves.
Ha! If Amanda had to stop drawing comics just because Dan became a judge, I’d say HE is the Super Selfish Spouse! (But I’m pretty sure he’s not, so … whew!)
Send help!!! (This would be a great time for aliens to attack….)
Buttons? On the flat screen TV? This made me go look at ours, and I don’t see any buttons. If the batteries go, we’re doomed!!!
I guess after this, his parents decided to simplify matters by giving him only one shirt, and thus a classic was born!
Wake me when this basketball storyline is over. Yawn…..
Just spent more time than necessary reading about the Mandela Effect. Some interesting stories, but all boil down to just errors or mistakes. So what if a group of people think the Shuttle Challenger exploded in 1984 or 1985 (it was January 1986) or think there are 52 states? It’s not some cultural effect – it’s just being wrong.
Yeah… although I figured this was coming, it really isn’t that realistic. I’ve worked in a lot of different businesses over the years with LGBTQ people and it’s not been a big deal for anyone. A gay man is one of the top-polling presidential candidates, for heaven’s sake. A boss might think this, but he’s not going to come right out and say it. Lawsuit, anyone?
Yes, Splash with Darryl Hannah and Tom Hanks. Good movie. The government wanted to experiment on her.
Actually, I too love music from the 30s/40s. (My original comment compared kids today liking the Beatles to kids in the 60s/70s liking music of the early 1920s.) I used to feature jazz and big band on a radio show I did years ago on a small local station, and my husband (a professional violinist/fiddle player) had a 30s/40s swing & jazz trio for many years. I agree with you – its (almost) all good!