Discussion in 'Philadelphia Flyers' started by Hollywood Couturier, May 22, 2020.
Everyone should read a book during this thread's existence.
My book is this:
Books suck. Get an Audiobook so you can multi-task.
Dont @ me.
If you ever need to talk, feel free to PM me bud.
Poor Toe, he’s gonna be so lost.
Mayo? An instrument?
Well, unless you mean is it instrumental in making me hurl, then, uh, no.
Currently reading this.
From what I've seen reported on DC area news there is a slight spike in suicide and alcohol deaths and otherwise Coronavirus is vastly outpacing both. It isn't close at all. I believe, if I remember correctly, they said there was so far a 10% increase observed so far.
Relying on thoroughly anecdotal accounts from right-wing propaganda sites probably isn't a way to go. They have a vested interest in downplaying how bad this has been.
Post your rain songs ..
Just blame all of this on the rain...
Reading this at the moment:
The Swedish film trilogy is so f***ing good
I voted yes to the Poll question. Mayo is an instrument of despair. Every time I order a sandwich and tell them to hold the mayo and they don't, I suffer greatly.
@Defect Continuing from the last thread - i know. Im just deathly afraid of heights and im always afraid that ill shift the ladder out from under me when i take my step on the roof. Anything above 10' im calling a contractor for.
I'm working on several books.
That's the main one right now. That WSJ line is kind of misleading, none of this information is new and historians have been tying it into a global big-picture look for ages now, but for a casual reader who hasn't had a history class in high school or college taking that approach this would be a "Oh, it all ties together" sort of moment.
They are reporting on an abc news story in Northern California. ABC isn’t right wing.
If you’re going that high, having someone hold the ladder is a must.
I have no fear of heights, but I've steadily stopped trusting ladders. I worked as an exterior painted for a summer and too many concerning little things happened. Sitting on a three story ladder as one leg decides to randomly settle a little, or if the wood siding you're on has rot you can't see and it suddenly settles in...those are quick little "am I dying now?" moments.
And per my last post, we did NOT have this as a practice and it was concerning.
The Blaze, like RT, selectively chooses stories to build a particular site-wide narrative.
That’s fine, but it’s still a story from a non right wing source. Doctors told abc7 out there that and the right wing website didn’t skew their words.
Yeah, this is all a hard pass for me. I have done a lot of crazy shit that put me in danger but heights is one I can't so anymore.
There was a time in my early warehousing days where at the end of the day we'd get an order in for a brake rotor that was out of stock. Instead of doing the full replenishment, I'd hop on the forks of the forklift, have someone boom meup 40 feet, casually prance around the forks, grab the rotor, and go back down.
Man, was i an asshole back then.
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