2) Eating peanuts with the shell.
Two is weirder, by a small margin.
Which means I'm right and she's wrong.
Who was probably on the most drugs?
Who probably had the biggest stash of porn?
Who is most likely to be on the sexual offender list?
Who probably did some time in the pen?
Who would probably give you a 'handy' in the back alley for $100?
If you had to buy a gun, who would you talk to?
1. For Super Mario Galaxy players: How many stars do you have? I have 61 right now.
2. When playing a video game, how often do you use walkthroughs/cheats/etc?
What Christmas songs do I need to download now that Thanksgiving is about to come and go?
Do you think you could keep track of the location of 70 to 90 people a day? (Meaning, as a receptionist and knowing everyone's names) But people walking in and out to go to the bathroom, to smoke, to grab lunch, to talk on their cell phone. People moving from one wing to the other many times a day to visit a co-workers desk or attend a meeting. Would you be able to accurately and consistently track in your mind the whereabouts of this many people (or more)?
which kind of pie?
Why are most of the people I know that are Christian are Republican and visa versa ?
Do you think Jesus would be Republican?
1. Who is your favorite tv mom and dad? (doesn't have to be from the same show, because lets face it, Cliff Huxtable would have been a great dad, but Mrs. Huxtable was a bit of a meanypants)
2. How has your day been so far?
3. Do you have any suggestions for my Netflix queue? I don't want to watch anything in my queue at the moment.
1. A makes a self sacrifice for B which results in harm to A that otherwise wouldn’t have been felt, but also reduces the harm that B suffers.
2. A finds himself in a similar situation as B, but B does not make a self sacrifice and therefore A suffers great harm
Even IF B helps in 2 in the same manner as A did in 1, at best, there can be equity. Since there is no self benefit or profit, is it worth A to make self sacrifice? (assuming there is no moral/ethical/personal VALUE for A helping B).
This seems to suggest it is NEVER worthwhile to help someone where self sacrifice is likely (or that if it is, the BENEFIT is only present in the mind).
What is the flaw in this argument?
Which of these books should I finish reading first?
Why don't Canadian grocers offer 'double coupon' days?
(I have a .50c coupon but the grocer deducts $1 from my bill)
I know in the U.S. it's offered all the time.
So Canada, what's up!?