I had a comment disagreeing with you, but they made me sign in so it I lost and I dont feel like trying to recreate it. Basically,it was this: just be honest, let the driver know you're having a bad day and would prefer a quiet ride and they'll probably be just as considerate and understanding about it as you need. This is not a zeitgeist at all. It's just about being a real human - not an actor.
Andrew Worcester, abortion bills have nothing to do with fetal rights, and little to do with women's rights. They have everything to do with MEN's need to control women. And until American men figure this out, girls will return to the old days of dying due to septic, back alley abortions: good for population limiting; bad for humanity. Morality? Your priorities need work.
Derek Lau - I upvoted Trenton Hammond's comment because he rightfully pointed out that the Obamas are the first m examples of morality we've seen in the White House, and the only ones we're likely to see ever again until something drastic and positive happens with politics in the US.
Hemp or bamboo - easy to make paper, grows back quickly, the perfect thing to use post-bidet - to dry off after the bidet got you clean.
Spielberg used actual footage of Iniki - the hurricane that happened while he was finishing some scenes on Kaua'i - for the storm scenes in Jurassic Park and no one complained. Not even the folks who lost relatives in that storm. I'm not sure I see any difference here.
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