One who is pointing a finger of blame at another another usually has something to hide.
Not to dispute your statement, but I see a larger playing field and many more players and teams in this game.
C'mon, tell me what you know and who is scrambling to make those swaps attractive to the next buyer.
I bought a new lipstick at the Dollar Tree about a week ago, to try a new color for my intake interview at the temp agency. The quality was much better than expected, and the color was more flattering on me than my old standyby that was about $3 per tube. We gals like to pretty up, and finding a steal of a deal is a real bonus.
Playgirl was around in the early 1980s, and 2 of my gal pals and I looked at an issue, and decided it was boring.
A photo of a male on a sail boat standing near the mast, with his male organ at semi elevated was supposedly provocative, stimulating, or even interesting? We had a great laugh, and the gal's night progressed to other topics. Seemed like a mag to appeal to some males at that time.
One of those friends has died, and the other moved and we lost communication.
Can you really have it both ways? Some say that China numbers are lies on the upside, and also on the downside. Split the difference and it's huge market with a very slowly growing middle class. As if they are dropping year's pay for a fancy phone and plan of any maker?
Stating the obvious. It is time in the political cycle for a Republican to be "elected," so that the failure of the whole shooting match can be blamed on "those people."
You have understated the problems, but the punch bowl was refilled with Everclear at the hand of Aunt Janet.
Good for you, and saving money via DIY. I can clean my own home, and did have housekeeping services every 2 weeks for some tasks, years ago. I also can do some rehab/remodel projects, but some parts those projects are best left to the experts who are licensed and have insurance in case of a flub up.
I don't know what took them so many years to figure out that so many folks are working 2nd and 3rd shifts; same as some of their employees do. People eat breakfast items 24/7 and it is comfort food at any hour on the clock.
Don't get ahead of your own words. Do find a post of mine where I labeled another as you have on you post above mine in this thread.
Too funny! And I enjoy a humorous post. Those breakfast burritos at MCD are pretty good, for what they are, and satisfying as road trip food.
Most grocery stores have very good bakery items, and deli fried or roasted chicken. Pizza from Costco is very good, and better than most chains. Burgers and tacos are nailed by Del Taco, but some others are OK when what is available is the only option.
Thanks for that lead, as I've never come across that piece of equipment.
This info from Wikipedia interests me: "Peripherals
Timex Computer Corporation produced a cartridge interface for the TS1000, the Timex Sinclair 1510 Command Cartridge Player. Only four cartridge titles were ever released:
07-9002 States and Capitals
07-9004 Flight Simulator
The TS1510 can be used with a TS1000 and a 16 KB RAM pack."
Three of the four of those programs/games are not something I would believe were possible on the consumer market, back in 1982. In 1986, my FLS #1 and I were playing Frog Bog on an Atari with wired controls. However, I'm rather low tech, and don't game or social media.
I love having a good laugh!
Some of you trolls are pretty amusing, on your good days.
And the United States Air Force is spelled incorrectly. Just another slip of the media machine. Kinda funny how employers are expecting perfect grammar and punctuation from possible hires, yet the media is halfassing it to grab a headline with a mixed bag of maybe facts.
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One of the three heroes who thwarted a terror attack on a French train over the summer has been stabbed and is in critical condition, according to reports.
U.S. Airman Spencer Stone was reportedly stabbed repeatedly in Sacramento, Calif. early Thursday morning. CBS News to report the incident.
The U.S. Airforce released a statement confirming that Stone had been "transported to a local hospital and is currently being treated for injury. The incident is currently under investigation by local law enforcement. He is currently in stable condition."
A defense department official also confirmed the stabbing and Stone's condition to ABC News.
Early reports on the stabbing did not identify Stone as the victim. A reporter on the scene for local affiliate KCRA said that according to police, a man had been stabbed several times in the torso and was not at first expected to survive. Police reportedly told KCRA that they were prepared to investigate the incident as a homicide before learning the victim was expected to survive.
Army National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos, who was travelling to Paris with Stone when they stopped an attempted attack on their train in August, solicited prayers for his fellow hero and his family on Twitter Thursday.
Skarlatos, who is now a contestant on "Dancing with the Stars," lives in Roseburg, Oregon, the scene of last week's fatal shooting at Umpqua Community College."
It appears the the word "not" didn't appear before procreate, in my post. Oh well, nothing new. For some reason my excellent keyboarding skills become flubbed up when I use Yahoo, or even any computer. I'm sure it's just me, and not a technical error every time!
One of the cos. that emailed me from a job board was for selling final resting services. The others have been insurance cos., and an auto dealership. The CONsumer and service based eCONomy is obviously the new normal. As if those who are actually employed with a regular paycheck are expected to spend enough to support all those new folks in the commission only positions?
The funding for weapons and ammo, feed and fuel, etc., has to come from some outside source. Tell me how you drew your conclusion to name agency names. Not to dispute your post...
Asia is not important, for the moment.