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I'm not too grown up to believe this 2 comments
thekaylapup · 6 hours ago
Not having the space to fit a demon under your bed is not a bad plan
What. The. Actual. Fook? 8 comments
thekaylapup · 21 hours ago
If you are paying for college yourself it can be avoided with a little preparation. Find out what books you need, order them from Amazon. Buy other school supplies. Never go to class without the things you need.
If you can afford it try to buy as much of this stuff as you can and then reimburse yourself when your refund comes in. Unfortunately this is less of an option depending on your source of college aid and your financial resources.
I wish more stairs would incorporate wheelchair access 3 comments
thekaylapup · 1 day ago
This seems clever at first. But realistically someone in a wheelchair would probably have to fight pedestrian traffic should there be very many people on the stairs.
And while a thin young person in a wheelchair might be moved for easily so long as traffic isn't too congested, many people look at middle aged overweight persons in wheelchairs as "only in the chair because of laziness " even if they have good reason for the wheelchair. And people tend to look at "lazy" wheelchair users as "entitled" and "can wait for the rest of us".
And that's not even accounting for the number of people who simply are not simpathic to disabilities. Some even feel that the disabled should not exist within "normal" society.
Yesterday I was with a disabled woman who wanted to say hello to another woman who was walking by the park we were at. The other woman literally crossed the street to avoid the disabled woman I was with. And the disabled woman was so disappointed. She just wanted to say hello.
neat 8 comments
thekaylapup · 1 day ago
Oh. Yeah there is no way they mean °C. That would be so hot. That's about 140° F. That's dangerously hot.
title 2 comments
thekaylapup · 1 day ago
"I really need to get going." They keep talking and you can't leave because that would be so rude and you just physically can't.
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neat 8 comments
thekaylapup · 1 day ago
I am assuming this are degrees Fahrenheit. 60° is definitely a little chilly, however it's not actually that cold when the relative outside temperature is so cold. 60° F is about 15.56° C. It's the sort of temperature where you buddle up if it's that cold in September (northern hemisphere) but stop wearing your jacket when it's that warm in March.
What. The. Actual. Fook? 8 comments
thekaylapup · 1 day ago
Yeah. University bookstores usually get their things from suppliers, but most stores do. Getting things directly from a supplier usually costs the least amount of money. Every person involved in the chain of selling things takes a cut. Less people often means cheaper items. Usually in order to by direct from a supplier requires a minimum order, making it impractical for people to buy directly from the supplier. Retailers however usually do buy directly from the supplier.
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neat 8 comments
thekaylapup · 2 days ago
Disclaimer: I am NOT an igloo or survival expert and someone with more experience should be consulted before building an igloo with intent to use it for shelter.
That being said, from what little research I have done, there are multiple ways to vent an igloo, and they have their pros and cons, however sufficient ventilation is very achievable so long as the hole(s) is(are) big enough.
One common option is to vent a hole right in the center at the top. Air current actually keeps snow from blocking up your hole even as snow piles onto the igloo (I understand this has been witnessed with snow accumulation of up to a foot) From what I have read, your door drifting closed is actually a much bigger issue than your vent drifting closed.
TLDR: Vents seem to work fine.
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What. The. Actual. Fook? 8 comments
thekaylapup · 2 days ago
Actually it has more to do with the fact that college bookstores exploit the fact that many students can buy supplies only from the bookstore with grant money, loan money, or scholarships.
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What. The. Actual. Fook? 8 comments
thekaylapup · 2 days ago
More money for convenience makes sense. But double the price of an item is excessive by anyone's standards. Twelve times the price is ridiculous.
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A Dogs worry 2 comments
thekaylapup · 2 days ago
So, I can't speak for all dogs or even really particularly well for any dogs, however I do have some observations that seem contrary.
Many dogs react differently to their humans depending on their humans mood. Some dogs appear to posses great empathy, being bouncy and excited when their human returns it a good mood, but calmer and more cuddly when their human arrives home upset. If we assume that dogs, like humans, tend to believe that others enjoy the same things they enjoy, then your dog probably does not believe you went on a long walk when you come home stressed, tired, or upset.
Now, I realize there is a difference between recognizing one's mood is different and responding differently and understanding one's mood. And I really cannot speak at all on what dogs understand. It simply seems unlikely given what I do understand that dogs believe their humans are off having fun at their stressful and tiring jobs.
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But the goal it to never give up 3 comments
thekaylapup · 3 days ago
Just don't get hit. :)
I'm new 2 comments
thekaylapup · 4 days ago
Welcome @letthemhavememes
I noticed your comment history is a couple weeks old. Have you been lurking a while?
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RE: Living Paycheck to Paycheck 11 comments
thekaylapup · 5 days ago
I get the lifestyle thing. Even though my life is not quite that hectic remembering to grab the grocery bags is still a conscious effort and I realize that this is harder in some circumstances.
The fact that bringing your own bags means bagging your own groceries seems very strange to me. Obviously it's a regional difference. I do think it would help more people be willing to use reusable bags if that wasn't the case. Here, when I bring my bags into some places I am thanked for bringing a bag, and the cashier still bags my groceries.
RE: Living Paycheck to Paycheck 11 comments
thekaylapup · 6 days ago
At least where I live (granted bags are free) grocery checkers will use your bags if you hand them the bags. I assume that's not true where you live?
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Makes no sense 14 comments
thekaylapup · 6 days ago
It depends on the plastic and available recycling centers. So some cups in some areas. Its inconsistent in the United States.
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He's gonna need to find a quality burn unit as well 30 comments
thekaylapup · 6 days ago
The United States isn't actually in any better a position than the UK.
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RE: Living Paycheck to Paycheck 11 comments
thekaylapup · 6 days ago
No bag isn't a realistic option for shopping trips when you need to get a weeks worth of groceries. And getting less than that means more trips which requires more gas. So well technically yes, no bag produces the least waste, the reusable bags are the best option realistically available in our circumstance.
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He's gonna need to find a quality burn unit as well 30 comments
thekaylapup · 6 days ago
Maybe not- but we as a species rely on on another for survival and convenience all the time. We have since the beginning of civilization. And the fact is we don't have a fair and balanced economy and we never have. And probably never will. However providing basic care to everyone can help even things out and allow people to have better lives across the board regardless of socioeconomic status.
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RE: Living Paycheck to Paycheck 11 comments
thekaylapup · 6 days ago
We have reusable grocery bags because we are trying to be environmentally conscious. We do use bags like this for trash if we happen to have them. I think this has very little to to with wealth and a lot to do with priorities in our case.
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She seriously thinks that? 9 comments
thekaylapup · 6 days ago
Especially because a majority of illegal immigrants came to the country legally, and then stayed after their green card expired. And immigrants who come illegally often do so by hiding in vehicles that are going through legal border checks. You just can't check every car throughly, the lines are already ridiculous.
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He's gonna need to find a quality burn unit as well 30 comments
thekaylapup · 6 days ago
Sure. But illnesses and infections are contagious. So not getting proper medical treatment does actually endanger others. Maybe not as immediately as a fire does, but still.
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Looks good 9 comments
thekaylapup · 1 week ago
So, maybe the kid in the post is an asshole, I don't know them. But I do know that parents are also assholes. And there is nothing wrong with not wanting to see a movie you don't like the genre of. Because "Of course you will" is the only part of this that is quoted, we don't have a good picture of how this conversation went.
It could have gone
"Annon, come this movie with us," mom offfered.
"No thanks Mom, I don't like superhero movies."
"You never like any movies that are out. " Mom complains.
"I'll see the joker movie when it comes out."
Mom, annoyed "Of course you will."
Kid, internally 'what did I do?'
Or it could have been
"Hey annon, do you want to join us for this movie."
"No Mom, I don't like super hero movies. " <with attitude >
"Come on annon, you never want go go see movies with us."
"You don't ever want to watch MY movies. I'll go see Joker."
Mom <frustrated > "Of course you will."
See how one is clearly asshole kid, the other is clearly asshole parent.
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What do you meant by that??? It's not included in the hotel room payment? 6 comments
thekaylapup · 1 week ago
Most of the time they throw away toiletries if they are open, but not if they are still sealed.
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The game has been lost 3 comments
thekaylapup · 1 week ago
It's not just pizza hut either. I definitely saw a used to be Olive Garden a couple months ago.
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