You know I think every person in Vancouver should get at least two dogs then there would be even more shit and piss everywhere. You may think your picking up your dog's shit like good citizens but what about the runny shit you can't possibly scrape that all up with your little, tiny, thin doggie bags and you don't !
Cause I hit some on the grass today so thanks for that !
Almost puked .
I confess I have had it with the NHL. Tired of the ever increasing ads on the rink boards and glass targeting the local viewing market. I used to enjoy seeing the permanent ads from other cities which gave a feel for their own companies. Now these stupid ads are flashing and changing via virtual technology and it is so distracting I don't enjoy the game anymore. Too many commercial breaks and inserts. Waaaaay tooo many gambling commercials. 30 years of no Canadian team winning the Stanley cup, 30 years of Bettman NHL with dumb shoot outs and 3 on 3's. No thanks! I'd rather knit something than waste my time on this boring, predictable monetized soap opera.
With the black family....I'm now waiting for the far right yobs to scream that John Deere is forcing evil woke cancel culture on us.
Age definitely gives you perspective of things that you remember. You see things more clearly as you look back on them with the knowledge and wisdom you’ve gained over the years. I was remembering this girl I worked with when I was 18, about 50 years ago. She was only 15, and she was living with a much older man, (like about 35). At the time we thought she was really cool, but now I realize that she was being taken advantage of by the guy. I had left home at 16 and I thought I knew everything there was to know and that I was just as smart and capable as any adult. How wrong I was! Young people may have the basic intelligence, but they lack the experience that provides wisdom. So they are convinced that older people have nothing to offer them and they ignore advice. Just like us older people did they will have to learn by living. One of the most important things I’ve learned is just how much I don’t know, and how much I still have to learn about life. Being open to taking advice from people who have lived longer than me is still not always easy and I have to remind myself at times to shut up and listen. I guess that’s the wisdom part.
If you want to see an obnoxious and obviously fragile man lose his shit: ignore them and ignore their ‘advice’. When faced with someone who doesnt care what they say or even worse: someone who disagrees with them, they will melt like snowflakes and lose it. LOLOLOLOL. ITS REALLY FUN TRY IT!!!!!
This works best against guys who fancy themselves as ‘edgy’ or ‘based’. These guys think very highly of themselves and think they are a gods gift to the world. In other words: losers.
I met this guy and went back to my place and he was amazing in bed. I orgasmed about 20 times in one night. Now he wants to meet up again and am I stupid for thinking he isn't sleeping with other women? Could he just only be sleeping with me?
I am starting to fall for this man.
Megan Markle didn't show up to the coronation? That's a bit strange, eh?
Am I the only North American that understands I am the problem. Not the oil companies . Hearing homes and driving automobiles are the cause. Burning fossil fuel I the cause . Grow a pair and realize we are the problem . Pointing fingers at someone else is a cowardly act . I consume over packaged products every day . Burn fossil fuel every day . I cause global warming. Does any one else have the courage to admit something so obvious?
I have always been kind of a drifter through life, no clear goals or ambitions, a recent wake up call happened when I learned the job I had for 15 years may be ending soon and I have been sending out resumes. I am in my 50s so the prospect of looking for new work is bad enough but I have come to the realization that I have no "hard" skills. I don't speak another language, don't know how to touch type, can't computer code, have the barest understanding of MS Office and Excel, only vaguely know a few computer programs all of them art related. Back when I was in my 30s friends, who's career paths weren't working out went back to school and learned different skill sets. Since it took until my 40s to pay off my student loans, the idea of going into debt again filled me with dread. On top of that, I'm terrible at networking and I don't play well with others. So yeah, I'm screwed. I'm a few credits away from a BFA, I'm thinking dipping into my savings and going back to school so I can say I accomplished something. however minor. Heed these words people in your 30s and 40s, it's not too late to change paths if things aren't working out for you, don't paint yourself into a corner like I did.
I started a new job. It has been gruelling to say the least: endless tasks, interruptions, competing demands, etc. A coworker, who I never talk to beyond “Good morning”, cornered me at lunch and said “I think you’re looking for a new job. I think you’re gonna quit.” It came out of left field and I responded, “Why are you so interested in my life?” I am wondering if they will try to get me fired or something. I honestly don’t understand office workers, if they are so completely bored as to conjur up imaginary things that their colleagues might do.