I'm probably just stupid, but I've found conflicting information abounds. Will the debate be available streaming for free online tonight?
It seems that CNN should be streaming it without needing an account anywhere, but then there are a couple websites that say if you sign in you can watch it on CNN.
What's the weirdest pairing of movies you've watched, or thought about watching, back to back?
This question brought to you by insomnia and the contemplation of a Snowpeircer/Annie double feature.
(I haven't seen one and barely remember the other, so maybe it would work.)
Any movies coming out soon that look interesting?
Do your friends tend to ask for a lot of favours? I don't necessarily mean big ones just little ones here and there and some big ones? My friends are always asking me for favours and I never ask them because I know how annoying it is to be asked. Does it annoy you when friends ask for favors?
I've dated a guy for about 2 months. I really liked him but he was habitually late. Not 15-20 minutes late, but 1-2 hours late. And it's usually due to him sleeping in late. I've gently reminded him on a few occasions that he was late yet again. He'll say a nice little Sorry and I'll let it go...
Normally he'll pick me up at home so I'll wait out the 1-2 hours for him to wake up.
Last Saturday, he asked me to meet at a venue that took me 1.5 hours to go to. We even set a later timing.
Half an hour after we were supposed to meet, he texted me to say he just woke up. I was quite disappointed and told him that we did not need to meet anymore for that day. I left.
He got really mad, and we're not going to see each other anymore.
I was quite sad and apologised for leaving, told him that it was actually immature of me but he told me that he couldn't accept what I did.
Was I wrong in leaving? That one time. After I have consistently waited for him time and again.
Is it possible to be a part of two faiths at once, even if they contradict each other? I attended Catholic schools growing up (now mostly agnostic but still feel some sense of loyalty and belonging to the church) but am beginning to read heavily about Buddhism and am planning on visiting the temple downtown. I suppose spiritually I'm open to anything I find positive and inspiring and I don't see any reason to dismiss a belief system just because I'm not familiar with it; I say that because a good majority of my family will hiss and spit at anything "threatening" to their religious affiliations. Then again, maybe I'm just another confuzzled agnostic.