New owners, new developers. All that's left is a brand.
It's a decent arrangement, but there are pluses and minuses. You get regular interruptions from your 1-year-old, but at the same time you get to see your 1-year-old so frequently -- and she gets to see you!
I do miss lunches with co-workers, though. On the day I go onsite, I'm usually too busy, packing in a week's worth of face-to-face meetings into one day.
*punishing those without kids, that is.
No one is talking about punishing those with kids. It's an observation based on the "quiet of my own home" quote.
> Published: January 14, 1987
> it'd better be Korean
> Kia... LG television... Samsung Galaxy.
Ok, Korean. Because Korean products. Fine.
> the land of the rising sun
> porn cartoons, bullet trains, samurai, bukakke, karoake, and all that shit
wtf? That's Japan, idiot.
I'm so tired of this word....
Exactly what this guy says, as well. From the article:
I don’t know if the editors of The Atlantic have found a goldmine of reader interest in the topic or if they are just irritated by their kids being online all the time, but once again we read in their pages that the Internet is destroying the good life. In 2008 Google was making us stupid; last year Facebook was making us lonely (it isn’t); and now online dating is “threatening monogamy.”
There's no question to beg.
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