Wordpress, video, photography ... crazy drivers trying to kill me (SO glad I had my brakes fixed) ... and yet here I sit, beer in hand. All is good.
Okay, well ... the trailer's not well-cut. No flow, no rhythm. I hope the show ends up better than this. The franchise seems to keep wanting to run away from Enterprise, but they don't need to. It was not as bad as critics claimed. There are some episodes that rise to TNG quality, IMHO.
Caught my attention. My WWII generation father would judge men by their calluses. I was surprised when I heard him mention it (I was a child); though a Princeton/Harvard man, he seemed to have extra respect for those who worked hard at manual labor. Perhaps it was his own years as an orphan, shovelling farm animal excrement to afford to attend Mount Hermon prep.
Not much body, but a nice citrusy finish. I used to partake of Corona with fresh lime in the summer months - this will replace that pretty well. My fear is, with the lack of normal beer body, it will go down too fast and too frequently. In the SW, you try to never use beer as a 'thirst quencher' ... you could conceivably use this in that manner. Quench thirst with water first. Then beer.
Omission's Pale Ale remains my fave. But if I want to reduce calories, this will be the go-to.
All of this sounds just so sensible until you take into consideration that individuals don’t pay for public education; the taxpayers do. And the choices parents make about their children’s education don’t just affect their children; they have an impact on the whole community.
Concerned friends tutor their own children, if they discover deficits. Or hire tutors. Where is this 'solution' ever mentioned? I went to public school. I had some great teachers. And some dreadful ones. Tutelage made up the difference. Mentors are better, but it is a significant time- and responsibility-investment few will accept.
Similar to my feelings about shooting environmental disasters, civil rights confrontations, etc.
When we take a photo of something horrible, apply graphic design mentality to the composition, make it beautiful to behold ... are we not lowering the threshold of outrage ... even giving permission for these acts to happen?
I think too much.
Democrats now have a 49-38 lead overall on the generic Congressional ballot, up from 47-41 a month ago. Even more notable though is that among voters who say they're 'very excited' to turn out in the 2018 election, the Democratic lead balloons to 27 points at 61-34.
Polling caveats apply ... remember the fails of 2016.
A little late, Hill. I suspect she's more concerned about perpetuating 'New Democratic' ideas into the future ... because of the 'risk' of Sanders. Gotta stay true to the Clinton neoliberalism. In typical fashion, the Onward Together site asks for donations and emails.
There used to exist Republican military budget-hawks in the old days. Doubt there's a feather left in Washington.
Trump seems to be very reckless, and doesn’t grasp the gravity of the things he’s dealing with, especially when it comes to intelligence and national security. And it’s all clouded because of this problem he has with Russia.
He'll throw everything under the bus to establish alpha male dominance of a conversation. Perhaps letting Pence take over these functions would be the wiser move.