What do you mean? Are not the Aussies farmers getting hurt?
Hey they are women in this state. Try the other Washington DC/Mordor.
you have to kill it.
Yes get yourself tested for learning disabilities. It does help knowing, but do not go through the university for the testing. Also getting a BS/BA does not mean it will get you a job.
It should be marked Insightful.
Yes I did sleep through Science class. I guess you did not take nethack 101 either noob.
A loadstone is an undesirable gem to have on your person. It is extremely heavy and normally generated cursed, meaning you cannot drop it or place it into a container. You can get rid of it if you lift its curse somehow, e. g. by scroll, spell, holy water, or dipping it into a fountain. Prayer can work under certain circumstances; having a cursed loadstone counts as a minor trouble. You also can have it stolen by a nymph. The spell of stone to flesh will dispose of it. You can wield a loadstone, but you cannot uncurse it with a scroll of enchant weapon.
Is that you Little Jake?
I did not know my dogs have a
you forgot to add profit to the bottom of your post.
My server got upgraded! I did not know I had one. What my IP address and login information?
I am fine with my feature phone thank you very much.
Hey that what my dogs do. I feel sorry for any cat coming into my yard.
I wish I had mod points.
it might be old then you.
You can take "technically" out of that sentence - bikes have the same right to the roads as cars do (except in certain specific situations).
Whenever I see a bicyclist say those words, he almost never follows them with "and the same responsibilities to obey the law". It's always in the context that bicyclists want to be treated by drivers as the law says they must, but them following the vehicular laws isn't important.
You say "*BANG*, I've got a car driving 2 feet behind me" during a commute to work on city streets. So? There's a car two feet behind that car, and another one two feet behind him. It's called "rush hour", or in some smaller town, "rush minute". Part of commuting and quite legal.
Not true, you could be ticketed for reckless driving. Following to close.
You in particular may be very fastidious in obeying traffic signals and rules of the road, but since almost none of the riders I come across in this town bother with such trivialities it is impossible not to paint the entire riding population with the same brush.
In fact, to keep from killing many of your compatriots, it is necessary to assume they are going to ignore the law. A bike approaching the street you are on from a side street with a stop sign? Assume he isn't going to, assume he's going to actually speed up to challenge you for the right of way, and then he's going to either lay over in a sharp turn or side-step into the crosswalk to try to invoke the pedestrian in a crosswalk laws on you.
Yes I wish they would not do that
Sorry, but that's real world experience.
Just how is the guy going to fit between the legs with the steering wheel where he needs to be?
I think it is a guy problem not man enough to fit there.