"I am sorry but I don't miss it as much as you do."
Based on what you know of the situation (as much or as little as that may be) do you think Lance Armstrong is a psychopath or sociopath? Who has he victimized, if anyone, in your opinion?
Is this something I should address with others? Should I talk to my professors or the person who is chronically late? How should I say it? Or should I just start showing up for my 6:00 class at 6:30?
DK;DC - How much would you have to get paid to jump 128,097 feet?
Thanks in advance.
I just have a question for those of you with tattoos, or those of you who are looking into getting your first one. How do you go about finding an artist to do your work? Do you go on personal recommendation? Do you go into every shop and flick through the books and see what's on the walls? Do you use Google? My friend (K) got her first tattoo done a few months ago, and I was thinking of going to that same artist for my first one, because she is so good. But then another friend, (I) who has many tattoos, said that just because an artist might be amazing at portraits doesn't mean they're amazing at cartoon type work, and so on. So now I'm not so sure, as my tattoo is very different from K's.
So I thought I'd ask you guys - how do you find the right artist?
DK/DC: Have you watched Star Wars? Did you like it? Which is your favourite? (I'm thinking original trilogy here).
book about food and hunger. It had a one word title (like 'Starving') and I think the author's first name was Richard.
she offered me a package where she fixes up my resume, writes my cover letter for me, trains me for interview skills (a total of about 2.5 hours long), makes me do psychometric tests, and record my video resume, for a total of $1500.
would you take this package or not?
i was actually looking for help with knowing about the job market in my field, so i said ill think about it and get back to her. she said the $1500 includes a 25% discount because she "wants to help" me, and that i wouldnt get the discount if i didnt "show interest" by paying a deposit right then and there ($750, but she said it could be less than that). again, i declined by saying i dont have the money for that at that moment, and that i would need to talk to my mum because she's funding me. she then asked if it was possible for me to call my mum right there and then. i kept telling her i just needed to go away and think about it, and after like 10 minutes of that, she finally let me go without paying a dollar.
would this attitude have pissed you off? what would you have said and how would you have reacted?
i think i should've told her how rude that was, to ask me to contact my mum for payment right in front of her. i just wanted to get out of there ASAP D:
If you come from a broken home, what happened & how has it made you feel? Did it have any psychological effect on you or did you secretly develop some sort of despise of hatred towards somebody in the family?
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If you don't go to Cold Stone, what's your favorite thing to get at your favorite ice creamery?
If you know you're going to be tired on a shift, are you ever tempted to ring up with a large fake booking that mysteriously never appears?
People who work on their feet all day:
Is there ANY type of shoe which doesn't make you feel like you have bloody stumps instead of feet at the end of a long shift?