At 300/minute, he’ll need to load it 16 times during that minute. Doable.
Like the Ghostbusters hieroglyph.
And, yet, Earl never told her to leave the seat up for him and he has never complained. It’s always about her and what she wants, isn’t it? ;-)
I think it would be more funny if the neck was all we saw!
Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. Thirty years ago, Ihad a boss tell me the same thing, “then stop helping everyone else with their job!” Guess who ended up in the office again the next week for “not being cooperative and helping others?” So glad I don’t work there anymore.
Reminds me of Big Top. And, Rob does Big Top, too.
As one that is profoundly hard of hearing, I agree. It’s one of my favorite sayings. “When you lose your vision, you lose contact with things. When you lose your hearing, you lose contact with people.” — Hellen Keller.
Ah! Our subway guy is back! With arms! And, on a “Wanted” poster!
Would a “bad alternator” be someone with bipolar disorder?
Sure, as long as they do all the work and pay for it, no problem here.