I agree. I’m currently brushing up on my Spanish and German, and learning Irish. I have a couple of books that I’m reading. There’s plenty of interesting things to do that don’t involve watching immoral television shows.
The show is not immoral. In fact, it contains many moral messages that come down on the side of good against evil.
 May 20, 2015 at 3:04pm
Haven’t watched it… my husband’s friend recommended that he watch it, but although the fantasy and the kingdoms fighting against each other sound interesting to me, after he saw an episode and told me that there was a lot of gratuitous sex in it, I figured I’d pass. Maybe I’ll read the book someday instead.
People can watch what they want, but I’d rather spend my time on something more worthwhile. I do watch a couple of TV shows, but I prefer shows that don’t involve a lot of violence and sex.
I like to watch In the Middle and The Goldbergs on Wednesday nights. So far so good.
The content that was described in this article is why I never started watching "Game of Thrones". I'm not a prude, but neither do I enjoy gratuitous sexuality. That same thing ruined the "Battlestar Galactica" reboot; they would throw a sex scene in because sex! As some have pointed out, that does leave one with little to watch, and you can have sexual themes without having on-screen sex. "Law and Order: SVU" does that quite well. They have a rape every other week, but you never see it.
 May 18, 2015 at 5:15pm
I met my husband when I was in college. Originally, we assumed that I’d work and he’d stay at home writing books. When I was in the Navy, we had our first baby. We decided then that he didn’t want to stay at home, and I did.
We had to take a huge pay cut, and lived at the poverty level for around 10 years. Finally, my husband finished college AND law school, and got a great job working at Focus on the Family. While he was in college, I started my business writing and designing print-on-demand products. I don’t make a lot at the moment, but he makes enough for us to be comfortable, and I can stay at home, take care of the kids, and homeschool them.
In my business, I can work as much or as little as I want, whenever I want. It works out well with the kids. I’d rather do this than anything else.
Hi Brooke Lorren,
The dirty little secret is that so many women want badly to stay home with their kids, not just for the kids but because they yearn to be the one who cares for them. I once had a fun discussion with a twenty-something woman in my extended family who did not yet have kids. She was adamant that her husband was going to do half the work, and pick up sick kids from school half the time. I told her that what she didn't realize before kids (IMHO) is that she would fight her husband tooth and nail to be the one that rushed to her sick child's side.
 May 5, 2015 at 6:54pm
It depends on your annual earnings. If she sells it, she can pay the taxes from her earnings. If she gives it away, it’s a tax writeoff.
I won a trip before, and while I did have to pay taxes on it, it was minimal, because my income was pretty low at the time.
May 3, 2015 at 5:40pm
Please sign the petition for the State department to grant her a visa:
My watch wakes me up in the morning. It tells me when I have to leave if I’m going some place. I don’t look at it every three minutes… but it’s there if I need to use it.
Hey, but good for you if you don’t want to wear it. As someone who works with a computer and books… I’m not exactly worried about getting my watch caught in machinery.
April 25, 2015 at 4:47pm
I have a hard time believing that EVERY SINGLE STUDENT in the class was disrespectful. Is he trying to say that there wasn’t even one or two nerdy/scholarly types in the class that wanted to learn? I’m guessing that if the class was even decently sized, more than likely you would find one or two people in the class that was there to actually be educated.
I know that I would have been pretty upset if I had gone to a class where most of my classmates had been disrespectful, which would have made it more difficult for the teacher to teach, and then on top of that, the teacher had chosen to fail me because he had chosen to treat all of his students as a collective rather than as individuals.
I’ve never been in a class where there weren’t some people that wanted to learn. Usually, I wanted to learn, but there were always some other kids in the class that also wanted to learn. In a majority of my classes, there were even a few adults that were attending (they ALMOST ALWAYS treated their education seriously because they were paying for it and were taking time out of their work schedules to attend). I went to USC, so maybe it’s different where I went? But I don’t think so.
If there was more than one vocally disrespectful and/or cheating student in the class and the rest of the class didn't say or do anything about it, then yeah, I think the entire class deserved to fail.
 April 22, 2015 at 12:41pm
With policies like these, they’re going to have more people risking their lives (and being killed in the process) so they don’t lose the money. If you think you’re going to have to pay back what you get stolen, you might be more willing to risk your life to not lose it than if the company will cover the loss.
 April 19, 2015 at 6:17pm
We’re looking for a house as well. We told our Realtor “no HOAs”.
 April 7, 2015 at 4:51pm
If she hadn’t been intoxicated, she should have known not to get in the car with him in the first place. I’ve never used Uber, but my husband did drive for them for a while… when the driver arrives, you have a picture of the driver before you are picked up. The fact that the picture didn’t match his face should have told her something.
That being said, they both have some problems. While she shouldn’t have gotten into the car, nor should she have accused him of rape, he should have been a professional and taken her home to where she belonged.
 April 7, 2015 at 4:46pm
That is bizarre.
 April 3, 2015 at 12:52pm
According to some definitions of “driving,” if you have the keys in the ignition, it’s driving.
It’s the justification that some police have used in the past for giving a drunk person a DUI while sitting in an inoperable vehicle.
March 31, 2015 at 10:43pm
That makes sense. We’re Prime Members, and I couldn’t imagine pressing a button and having Amazon send whatever brand they chose to send me. I like to comparison shop to spend less money, and it’s not that hard to go to a computer that is already on for most of my waking hours anyway. The old people angle does make sense though. I know my mom (who I wouldn’t really consider to be elderly) doesn’t keep the computer on all of the time, and it would be much easier. Although she would just go to the grocery store to get it. My grandmother, before she died, would have found this very convenient, since she didn’t drive for the last part of her life.
I'm pretty sure you decide what brand gets sent not Amazon. But it would be a nice feature if they had an option to always send you the same brand or to select the least expensive of 3 brands that you decide and then send it to you.
 March 31, 2015 at 10:36pm
I’m not a Muslim, but I would still be upset if this happened to my family. I know that my grandparents and cousin are not actually there, but I wouldn’t like it if my family’s graves were all messed up like that.
 March 29, 2015 at 11:11am
It was outdated when it came out. They replaced “height-weight” charts with this, which is basically a mathematical version of a height weight chart. Neither ever took muscle levels into account.
March 27, 2015 at 4:03pm
My kids (ages 12 1/2 and 8) would love it if I left them in the car instead of making them go into the grocery store. They like the library though.
These kids seem quite spoiled.
 March 21, 2015 at 1:53pm
1. Some friends of a different race
2. Some friends of a different race
3. Many other-raced friends
4. Some people of a different race
5. Work/church/home (my kids and husband are of a different race, duh!)
6. ~10% of my Facebook friends (I didn’t count them up to do the math though)
7. 365 times (I live with my husband and kids)
8. 365 times (my husband and kids live at my house)
9. 0 managers of different races (I’m self-employed)
10. As many times that I’ve eaten with my husband and/or kids in the last year.
Q1 – my ideas on race haven’t evolved from that of my parents. I’m a racist bastard, that’s why.
Q2 – Yes. I’ve lost touch with a lot of people from my childhood. I must have lost touch with the people that weren’t of my race because I’m a racist bastard.
Q3 – The president
 March 20, 2015 at 7:03pm
He divorced a long time ago. As far as I know, he and Tanya are happy.
 March 11, 2015 at 12:24am
Thumb drives can be sewn into clothes and children´s stuffed animals.