I think I look younger, healthier and better now than I did at 25. With age, the attitude has also taken on a whole new face and meaning. However, some things never really change. So I'm thinking maybe it is me and maybe it's not Maybelline.
I can’t go to restaurants or bars that have a smell. I can’t eat there if the crew didn’t clean the floor the night before. (I look). I (often) can’t use their silverware without a cup of hot water to re-rinse them. I can’t stand to watch the bartender “wipe” the glass with a towel to make sure it “looks” clean to the customer. I can’t. I can’t eat food that was delivered by a waiter or waitress whose thumb was on or close to the food without gloves. I can’t touch a sticky, grimy salt or pepper shaker that wasn’t wiped clean. Read more
I’m confused but I am not ashamed of being confused because I know I'm not alone.
The confusion is about the candidate's real goals and each one's REAL supporters. What are the issues and who are the voters? What is the real relationship between Donald and Hillary? It always seems like he is trying to help her win.
Why have Melania Trump and Donald’s daughter Ivanka both posed nude?
Why does Donald’s son Baron look like he is not part of this world?
Why does Hillary sway her arm and hand in staccato movements like a dictator?
Why did Tim Kaine’s wife think she was supposed to walk with Hillary Clinton on stage like two First Ladies? Surely she was schooled that her job is to walk with Bill Clinton, the probable First Husband.
On the subject of Tim Kaine, who Read more
Mom used to watch that Rod Serling show with that scary music and scary man’s voice at the opening, announcing your arrival to the TWILIGHT ZONE. Being the type of kid I was, scary was not my thing so I would leave the room.
When that wasn’t on TV, the news showed riots and policemen with dogs beating back people with sticks and hoses. Mom said all the people were trying to do was either vote, go to school, go to the bathroom or sit down somewhere to eat. For the most part, the people couldn’t do any of that without confrontation with police and other people. I used to cry until I left the room.
Once as a teenager, I had to drive my Parents' new Oldsmobile to Kennedy Airport from New Jersey to pick them up at 5 o'clock in the morning. About 3:30AM on the Garden State Parkway Read more
Deadbeat: A "deadbeat" is the unflattering term sometimes used in the credit card industry to describe consumers who pay off their balances every month, using the lenders' money but paying no interest on it. The more-polite, official term is "transactor." Since the recession's end, deadbeats -- or transactors -- have been on the rise, since more consumers see the wisdom of using credit cards as a tool of convenience, not an instrument of debt.
Read more: http://www.creditcards.com/glossary/term-deadbeat.php#ixzz4DMhrLubj
Go Deadbeats!!!! You will be punished though if you let all of your credit cards maintain a zero balance. Creditors will penalize you for not spending money, especially retailers. They don’t like what they call “deadbeats” and they will let you know Read more