Type: Posts; User: SillyHorse
I know! But people don't know what they don't know and, unfortunately, lots of people use the word thoroughbred (small "t") to mean any horse with good breeding. Or any pretty horse, for that...
So, let's say you see all the verifying photos, and all these conditions are spelled out in the contract, and a ringer arrives anyhow. What then?
Fascinating find from Roman times.
I'm not a horror flick fan so I probably won't see it, but with 157 critics weighing in, it has a 96% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. That's pretty darned good.
I love this story, love everything about it. Your family is beyond special, as is this darling girl who is on her way to prom with your son.
I'm reading Rules of Civility by Amor Towles. It's a good story with a female protagonist, set in New Youk City in the late 1930s. I'm liking it very much.
It seems like that course was a great way to take the heart out of a horse. What's the point of that?
If you say so. :lol:
It's interesting that in (ahem) not paying attention, they almost always (ahem) mistakenly sit in the aisle seat instead of the middle one that's on their ticket. In those cases, no, I won't switch. ...
:( This doesn't sound good. I hope there's a good explanation and a good outcome.
A good, forever home, just not with her?
I have no problem with people selling horses, for whatever reason they want to. But don't claim you (the general "you") want a "forever" home when it's...
I've never understood that kind of "logic," and I think it's ridiculous. That could very well be the reason one can't afford to buy a shad.
:lol: For the win!
I have a perfectly sane friend who loves to look into uncovered windows while driving past them at night. I think it's a little creepy, but not crazy. If you don't want people looking in your...
I have no idea who the owner of the pony is, because I don't care. So yes, I'm smart.
When I read about this last week (?) I thought it was creepy of the photographer, but I also wondered, who lives in a city like New York and leaves their floor-to-ceiling windows uncovered at night?
I like pie. And dogs.
Under Massachusetts law the verdict is subject to an automatic appeal. Most, if not all, sources say it's unlikely to be overturned.
I know that now. Isn't it sad, though, that there are enough people who believe that a pharmacist should have the right to deny service based on his or her "morals" that I would think she was...
Whoopsie. And sorry. :o
Let me amend this. A pharmacist who thinks he or she should be able to veto a prescription from a doctor for any reason other than a MEDICAL one should find another line of work.
Why are you sighing? A pharmacist's job is to fill prescriptions from doctors, not to decide which ones should or should not be filled. What about this don't you understand?
No they should not. A pharmacist who thinks he or she should be able to veto a prescription from a doctor should find another line of work.
He may go to prison for life, with no chance of parole.
Same here, with the same question.