How did you two meet? Do you have any interesting hobbies or things you do together?
We met in college and we were friends for a while before we started dating. Nothing too interesting, usually we just watch movies or play video games together.
How do it get to that point?
People develop various tastes in their sexual development and it’s beyond their control. You could just as easily ask the question: “Why do some people like people of the same gender?” The short answer is that ‘it’s just how they’re wired.’
Mona Herold Vanni dies, and a scathing epitaph was left by her children on her gravestone
Though the history behind Mona’s gravestone hasn’t been verified, one Redditor claiming to be the Jackie on the headstone wrote this, verbatim, of her mother:
Some people try to avoid rejection in every aspect of their lives. They seek perfection and success in every endeavor. But all they do is set themselves up to be unprepared for rejection.
Because once they encounter rejection, it shatters their reality. They’re so used to doing everything perfectly that a rejection means that something is wrong with them. It becomes a big, personal deal — even if it’s not.
You need to accept that rejection is inevitable. It is simply a natural part of life that we all face. The strongest individuals understand this and constantly seek out the possibility of rejection. That’s the only way to internalize that rejection is temporary and a source of power.
She Played ‘Dr. Beverly Crusher’ on Star Trek. See Gates McFadden Now At 73 – Ned Hardy
Wholesome Pictures of the Day – Van Life Wanderer
Pitchfork’s 100 Best Songs of 2022 – Pitchfork
This thing allows you to bench press 10-15% more weight. A great tool for someone that is starting to plateau on their bench. Just the ability to feel heavier weights than you’re supposed to is great for “getting to know” that weight – Amazon
The 100 greatest innovations of 2022 – Popular Science
Man found with friend’s severed head in car after Vegas police chase: “There was a reason" – CBS
Alameda Research CEO Caroline Ellison Reportedly Spotted at a Coffee Shop in Manhattan With FTX Dog ‘Gopher’ – Bitcoin News
Oxford word of the year 2022 revealed as ‘goblin mode’ – BBC
Cars That Have The Greatest Potential Mileage, Ranked – ISeeCars
The Best TV Shows of 2022 – The Ringer
Uncertainty over Iran’s morality police after official’s ‘disbanded’ remarks – BBC
Never buy rubber windshield wipers. Always buy silicone ones. They last a tremendous beating from the sun and help bead away rain water. They will pay for themselves in the long run – Amazon
Twin Peaks Server Shows How She Gets Her Shirts Ready For Game Day – Ruin My Week
The 10 Most Unbreakable Guinness World Records – Linkiest
Confusing Pics That Need To Be Looked at Twice To Understand – Sad And Useless
North Korea publicly executes 2 teenagers for distributing South Korean movies – RFA
Whatever Happened To Actress Kim Myers? (2022 Update) – Van Life Wanderer
A couple accused of spending $10.5M sent in error by Crypto.com on houses, a car, furniture and gifts face trial for theft – Business Insider
How to Turn Your Awkwardness With Women Into Confidence – Wing Girl Method
2024 Acura Integra Type S Prototype Drive: Possibly the Hot Integra We’ve Been Waiting For – The Drive
1. Never take a problem to your boss until you have multiple solutions to it.
It may seem obvious to some but imagine the difference between an employee coming to you with a problem that you then have to figure out how to solve VS an employee coming to you with a problem they already have several solutions for and you simply need to choose (as the manager) which option you believe is best.
In my experience when most employees come across a problem they don’t know how to instantly solve they simply present it to their manager and wait for a response.
This does nothing other than concrete your managers opinion that you are unable to do their job and they subconsciously disqualify you from promotion, presenting them with multiple solutions to a problem however makes them feel they are in control whilst simultaneously considering you as an asset worthy of promotion or at the very least retention.
1. Made $700K last year and will make more like $850K this year. I sell a SaaS product. Two thirds of my revenue comes from the Shopify App Store, the other third comes from regular website customers. Month after month the money just rolls in, higher than the month before. I reinvest it all into dividend funds and my $900K house is paid off.
I won’t speak for all timeshares, but I have not found one that made financial sense to me. I’ve gone to about 6 pitches in my lifetime and they just don’t add up.
The biggest reason they don’t add up is all the fees. Sure, a $25K timeshare that you can use one week a year for 50 years makes sense in a vacuum. $500 per week is pretty sweet as far as resorts go.