1) A &J have been griping about wanting to move near the ocean for years. I thought the point of retirement was that you were free of the shackles that kept you from living the life you wanted, so now you could mock us working slobs. Poop or get off the pot, as the saying goes.
2) If there was someone chomping at the bit with Gene’s much enthusiasm to go after my mom’s hoard so she could sell it, make money, and simplify her life, I would lift them upon my shoulders, and march them around town. Instead, I am stuck with a parent a million times more stubborn than Arlo and with 10x the stuff Janis owns. Arlo’s immobility and unwillingness to compromise hits WAY too close to home for me.
“Can’t you see this is a slippery slope? It might force to do something besides sit around for the rest of my life and be complacent!”
“Creative writing is a form that draws upon imagination.”
In other statements of the obvious, the ocean has a lot of water and being hit with a rock hurts.
How much are these poor kids having to pay for this class?
Is this technically plagiarism?
And cue the Boomer assumption that they’re the only people that know what’s going on.
LOL This just happened to us yesterday when we started Season 2 of “Invasion,” which also comes two years after Season 1.
Quick tip: Find a season recap on YouTube. A lot easier than rewatching an entire season to refresh your memory.
Cool. I won’t take any SSA money if you don’t. Moral victory for both of us.
“Nothing burger.” I love it!
Yeah, anybody who bought the book care to give a brief synapsis? I doubt anything plot-driving really happened.
Ha ha! I’ll remember that when your generation empties out the Social Security coffers and then expects the younger generations to caretake them.
We just had a heat index of 116 in Minneapolis this week. Summer is becoming horrible everywhere.