Ok I have, at least, three different ideas for giving her the ring at christmas.
First we have me hiding the ring in some socks for her to find when she gets around to opening them. (with a note)
Secondly we have me giving her a DVD for x-mass. Perhaps a real DVD case with my own homemade DVD in it. A DVD with video of me telling her to reach under the desk and find what is taped to the underside, A ring. Then video of me asking for her to marry me and explaining that she doesn’t have to say yes. . . and if she does say yes it doesn’t have to be tomorrow.
Third we go back to the ring with the socks but only with a note and picture of me on a knee.
Then, finally, we have me just up and asking her x-mass day. (this one worries me because, honestly, what would one do if she was to say no to your face on Christmas?)
Yes I am a geek.
Yes there is the infamous, dreadful, Why do you want to go here?
But anything else that can take the rug from underneath me?
i consider this harassment. and gmail doesn't let me actually block a domain the way yahoo mail would. isn't there any recourse i have to make them leave me alone at this point?
1) Can you cook an egg in the microwave so that it comes out sort of scrambled?
If yes, how long would you cook it for?
2) Has anyone tried Absolut Vanilla? Is it any good? What is it good to mix with?
*When dialing overseas from USA, is there a special number to dial to get out of the country?
eg. To call from Australia to USA, we dial 0011 to get out of Aust, then 1 to get into USA then the phone number. I know to call into Aust the code is 61 and drop the 0 ...but what about getting out of USA?
*Does anyone know of any mobile phone (cell phone) providers that are gsm and offer a prepaid startup kit sim card?
eg. Here, you can pretty much anywhere buy a prepaid sim card for $30 and it comes with $30 credit.
=If you were going overseas for 4 months, what are some things you would want to take (apart from clothes etc) ?
Extra things I want to take are my pillow, milo, vegemite
I was going to do the founding of the electoral college, but my teacher told me it was too much work, so he asked me to do 9/11. He said it'd be interesting to see my take on it (he knows I'm a libertarian).
I want to put human emotion into the project somehow, but I'm not sure if I should put it immediately "before" September 11th, or if I should make the emotions be the "starting point" of everything I choose.
So far I have (loosely chosen): Religion, Politics, Technology, Security and Public Servants (police, firefighters) were all the immediate tiers that made 9/11 possible.
Does anyone have anything to add as a major tier, or does anyone have a particular article they can think of or point to be made under those topics?? If so, do you have an emotion to go with it?
My teacher is really lenient on my sources, he doesn't really care what I use, so long as dates are included for the events I mention.
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks :)
I've been wanting for some time to learn some form of self-defense that is practical and effective (and fun?). I'm kinda lost though. Kung-fu? Jujitsu? Karate? Tae-Kwon-Do? Aikido? KICKBOXING?? I have been researching through the Infinate Information source, and through my local library, but I'm still confused.
What would you recommend for a beginner?
so what? cultural studies professor, or clinical therapist? uninformed opinion welcome.
I have my ideas... I was just... wondering.