On Jun 11, 2021:
Will the top pro prospects from say the 9-12 teams choose not to play knowing they aren't winning the NC?
Overall I like it. I would rather see the round of 8 played in the top 4 seeds' stadiums instead of bowls.
On Jun 6, 2021:
Jim teacher AND labor attorney. Impressive.
BTW, in case this comes up in your law practice, 1) it's HIPAA, and 2) it pertains to health care providers and business associates related to health care (third party administrators, other professional advisors related to the administration of health care).
On Jun 4, 2021:
I'm going to see Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats with opening act Margo Price. I frankly had not heard of Rateliff so I went to YouTube and was not blown away (maybe they'll change my mind in person). I'm going to see Price, who I find to be awesome.
What concerts have you attended primarily to see an opening act rather than the headliner? I went to a Willie Nelson concert to see Alison Krauss and Union Station. They were great, Willie was simply awful.
Having my first Lake Erie Monster for this year in a couple of hours.
On Jun 3, 2021:
On May 29, 2021:
Gavin MacLeod, 90.
On May 26, 2021:
Had an old computer sales guy in Cincinnati named Dick Blower.
On May 24, 2021:
posted by Ironman92
If a manager of a sit down restaurant comes out to fix a problem (slow service, missing order, poorly prepared entry etc) and uses the excuse that they are short staffed...he/she should have to donate 1/2 his night’s salary to the waiter/waitress of your table.
Likely not an excuse, and the reason for being short-staffed is already 99.9999% government, so no new law is needed.
On May 21, 2021:
posted by gut
I could go on all day. Tried to dumb it down for ya all.
Did you or your kids ever attend public schools, by chance? State college? LOL, ok that's just shit posting.
So even though I pay several times in taxes more than those paid by the average taxpayer, and infinity times more than nearly half the population, I shouldn't use the services even though I would prefer most of them to go away? That's a ridiculously stupid argument, even by your standards. If I have to pay for "muh roads", I'm going to use them, even though the private sector has proven better ways to accomplish the same thing.
posted by gut
Don't use any govt services or drive on taxpayer funded roads, then fine don't pay taxes. Otherwise, that's known as theft, and it's hardly a victimless crime.
Better, get rid of all of the "Argumentum ad Governmentum" services, which is just about all of them. All of this time to come up with a response, and the best you could do is "Muh Roads!"?
"Taxpayers" are never victims as they are never entitled to one penny's worth of my production. Ever.
On May 20, 2021:
posted by ptown_trojans_1Simply not true.
Nope. Israel is just as guilty of not finding a solution as the Palestinians.
I would eliminate ALL laws that punish people involved in victimless crimes. No new laws.
posted by ptown_trojans_1
Your response shows the exact problem as you see the conflict in Israel=good and Palestine=Hamas=bad.
He doesn't equate them, he says one is less bad than the other. And he is correct.
On May 17, 2021:
posted by ptown_trojans_1
That means cutting all aid to Israel....you good with that?
Just an idea, but perhaps we should consider staying the fuck out of no-win scenarios.
posted by superman
Grew up in Glouster. Represent!
My father in-law was from Corning. Called cheating at cards (like stealing the deal in euchre) "Corning Rules".
On May 16, 2021:
I know a lot of people have gained weight during the pandemic/lockdowns (the so-called "Covid 19"). I have been fortunate enough to lose 25 lbs. I would take a decent amount of snacks to the office along with breakfast and lunch. Even though they were mostly healthy, they clearly were food my body didn't need. I'm doing very little snacking since working from home.