Set up our first date the second time we met. Got engaged six weeks after the first date. Got married 15 months later, after spending 14 of them 1,000 miles apart.35 years of marital bliss, and still going strong.
Except that we’re having a serious problem with the temporary-crazies, and the temporary-depressed. And it’s solidly been proven that just having some reasonable waiting periods between purchasing a weapon and taking possession of it, let’s people calm down (or cheer up) and a very large amount of murders and suicides can be prevented with no other troubles.
All you’re doing is positing an insane logic to remove every single law there is. You’re also blissfully ignoring the mass amount of murders committed specifically because of “…God in their life”.
For most of North America, earthworms are an invasive species. Prior to the arrival of Europeans there hadn’t been any for 11,000 years.
I’ve noticed that the more people insist on relying on common sense, the less they tend to understand the depth of the problem.
Absolutely, the best Stone Soup comic, and one of the best overall comic strips of all time.
Just a little cold today.
Before we had kids, I generally preferred working weekends. We didn’t get together with friends on the weekends, so that simply didn’t matter. What I really liked about it was having two days off during the week instead, so it was always easy to schedule appointments, and the stores were always less crowded when I went shopping.
The cost of hotels aimed at casual travelers (i.e., not the higher end ones), relative to their college days, is stupidly cheap these days.
They were the best friends, in the college flashback.
As a hotel manager, I’d much rather deal with the under-30s than the over-60s. Though, in the area of telling people that they’re behaving poorly, people in their mid-30s to mid-40s are probably the worst to deal with, especially if their in town for sports functions with their kids; the entitlement factor there is massive.