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I like it better with the baby installed.
That's been my experience so far. Some parts actually make me laugh out loud, but most of it is not engaging me either. I've had the same experience--I tried at the outset to really understand what was going on, but after a couple hundred pages I realized that I just had to read and experience it as a flow, not necessarily a plot.Hopefully by the end I'll consider it a net positive experience.
Has anyone ever read and enjoyed Gravity's Rainbow? I'm about halfway through but at this point I'm reading it just to finish.But hey: at least I'll be able to tell people I read Gravity's Rainbow.
Ah. That would suck. It sounds like Square has other "customer loyalty" programs for bigger vendors (not some podunk lawyer like me).Thanks for leaving me out of your FU list, though.
Hahaha! I had a similar experience when trying to decide between a PhD in English or a law degree. All of my English professors strongly suggested that a PhD in English wasn't the greatest idea.Of course, if this were happening now a law degree might be just as inadvisable.I use a Square card reader in my practice. When I run a client's card the e-mail address is often just there as an available option for receipts. It does censor the first part of the e-mail address so I...
That is kind of disturbing, now that you mention it.
A friend on another forum reminded me that Daryl shook hands with that kid earlier in the episode, and then licked his fingers.
Any thoughts on what happened with the Where's Waldo kid at the end of the episode? Any connection to the dead pig? Any significance to the totally glossed-over eyes when he reanimated?
Zach (Beth's out-of-nowhere love interest) might as well have been wearing a red Star Trek uniform.
My wife and I have been married for almost 24 years. We got married when we were in college, and we didn't have much of anything. So we've always had joint accounts. I can't even imagine having a separate account where I kept money that I considered "mine." I can see (especially after reading some of the posts here) how it might have been different if we had married later or if we had been further along in our careers, but everything I have at this point I owe to her...
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