The air conditioning in my car is out of commission and can't be fixed for three weeks (I have a mechanic who will fix it fo' free, but I can't get my car to him for long enough until then). I live in Southern Indiana, which is not oppressively hot (yet), but my work commute is 45 minutes and that is definitely long enough to get gross and sweaty before work. Is there a way to prevent that? My only current plan is to wear one shirt and change into another in the car, which is, at least, more professional than being all sticky and uncomfortable at work.
Do you feel that different types of alcohol put you in different moods? Last I heard, scientists said this was a myth... but my experience says otherwise. For example, a dirty gin martini makes me love the whole world. Psychological or not, I think it's a real phenomenon.
I'm working at a festival this week. I'm providing my own food. I'll have cooking facilities/implements, though i'm not sure if i'll have a fridge. I know I will have a microwave and a stove. I have the standard baked beans etc, but i'd like some fresher, healthy options, and actual possible meals. Any suggestions?
On Memorial Day and Veterans' Day (US), some bloggers, tweeters and Facebook users post messages thanking members of the armed services who died in action, and sometimes living veterans and current service members as well. Many of these posts appear to be made by people who never otherwise mention service members. What do you think of this trend?