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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by soulgeezer, Jun 13, 2018.
I kinda have the opposite problem. I don’t care about things a lot of other people seem to.
Putting your trash out in a tidy manner; in a can w/ a well fitting lid, the night before PU not 2-3 days before. Preferably the can will have your house number on it, in some manner that is legible; stickers or better yet use a stencil, not cheap spray paint in a garish color, that has run down the side of the can. This is so I can return it to you when you let it blow around the neighborhood for a week, or try to just leave it in the communal area from week to week.
Uh, I like symmetry.
I’m not too, uh, crazy about it.
I like wood joinery, like instrument tops to be two piece, center matched, if not perfectly bookmatched.
Minor stuff like that.
I cannot tolerate stuff that looks thrown together, then glued up.
Thanks for listening.
Death Valley? It's a warped parallel, but the particular intersection I'm thinking of is called Blue Hair Junction by the locals. There's a Walmart on one corner and three nursing homes on the others.
They just passed a law in GA making it illegal to touch your phone for any reason (except calling 911) while driving. Goes into effect July 1.
One of my shoes is on tighter than the other.
Sounds like you need a roundabout!
Most folks do there bit. I have been recycling for a little over 45 years. It wasn’t popular back when I started. I fail at vehicles because I drive a V8 truck and pull a 2 cycle 225 hp bass boat. But I work at helping the environment.
I guess that I am alone on this, but I find it at least a tiny bit odd that you know so much about your uncle's underwear. So I guess I care about that and no one else does.
Ironically our town put 2 in on a busy thoroughfare, much to the dismay of the generally older population. However travel for those crossing or joining the thoroughfare is much quicker than before, and serious/fatal accidents on the road are now virtually non-existent.
With all due respect, I think you just proved my point.
Filed under: Despair.
The Ozark Mountain Daredevils
The Golden Rule.
Fairness and playing by the rules.
OK, if there aren't any rules, I'm game for that but where we're required to do certain things in a certain order, I've always felt we should respect that and not use one-upmanship and brinksmanship to gain an unfair advantage.
This seems to be the age of "me" when I feel there should me more emphasis on "us".
Pain. I think about it all day/night long. I cannot remember what it is like to be free from pain for more than a few minutes at a time. I see people walking around, going about their business, and I am blown away that they seem to be doing it without pain.
Not interrupting people in a conversation
Not talking with my mouth full