My husband died a few months ago when a drunk driver hit him. We have 4 kids a 4th grader, 3rd grader, 2nd grader, and 1st grader. Four kids is a lot of kids, but together my husband and I managed without needing help outside of the school offered after school care. Now that it’s just me with 4 little ones I had to hire a nanny to make sure the kids get to after school activities and grief counseling. I have my dream job, without giving too many details and identifying myself, my schedule is where I work 10+ hours for a few months then I have 2 month or so off. I am always available in the morning and have weekends off. I always make the kids breakfast and drop them off at school. When I’m working I’m not usually home for dinner, I do meal prep and essentially all the nanny has to do is pop something in the oven. I try to be home for bedtime, I probably miss 2 or 3 bedtimes a month. But my in laws have been telling me that I am a bad mom. Now that my husband is dead I need to be home more. My kids are handling the death pretty well from what I’ve seen and what their counselor has told me. When I’m not working I spend as much time as possible with my kids, I plan fun adventures and have game nights and things like that, we have a great relationship. My in laws want me to quit my job. Financially I can do that because of life insurance and my saving from my high paying job, but I don’t want to. I love my job, it’s very fulfilling and I’m doing what I dreamed of doing as a kid. I feel I can do that and care for my kids. AMTA for not quitting my job and hiring a nanny to help me care for my kids?
Yes that is right. There is a float of 46.89 million shares, as of writing this we have 7.3 million subs. If the average WSB sub owned 6 shares we would own the entire float of the stock. The shorts can squirm as much as they want but the only way out would be to buy back at the price that the share holders are willing to sell for. It was reported that OVER HALF of robinhood users had shares of GME last week, that is 6.5 million users with shares. We are getting very close to cornering the market, I think that may have contributed to the shenanigans at the end of the week. Prepare for more incoming this week, but if we hold the shares we hold the power. Power to the players. If you think owning only a few shares doesn't make a difference it does! 6 shares each and we own the whole thing. I love this stock I love you guys. Please share this if you also love this stock. Edit:
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EDIT 2: Hey thank you all for the awards! Now I gotta figure out what they do! Can I trade them in for GME shares cause I LOVE this stock!
I just don't get why so many men and boys have a problem with vulvas and vaginas, the birthing procress, periods and breast feeding. It's fucking mind-blowing that they don't mind our body parts as long as they're of use to them, but every other natural thing that happens with them is suddenly disgusting - how about that.
Noone has to like those things, noone has to find them aesthetically pleasing. That's just not something that's expected of people. I for one wouldn't want to watch a birth unless I needed to, I get it. But there's a big difference between a) not finding something aesthetically pleasing and keeping that opinion to yourself like your opinion about bowel movements... or b) openly expressing your disgust with something that is completely natural.
The latter really hurts, especially when a partner does it. The open disgust cuts deep man, whether it's directed at the partner or other women. It's not like it's something we can change, and it doesn't exactly inspire trust. That stuff, especially when paired with a fundamental lack of knowledge on the topic, is not a joke - it's rude and degrading.
That's not to say that it's all men who do this, and I'm equally disgusted by women who perpetuate this sort of behaviour. Fuck those people. But most women I know simply don't speak up about any of those topics and I don't know many guys who are comfortable with discussing them, either ( - not even in detail, mind you, but in general). Instead I've heard most of them make at least one degrading comment. And I can't help but feel sorry for every woman who has a partner like this, especially if those partners expect to have kids with them someday. What are your experiences in this regard? Have you ever had a partner like this and what did you do?
My neighbor blocked the sidewalk with her car during the last two snowstorms. This meant (1) so she claims, she didn’t have to shovel a path from her car to her house and instead was able to step directly on her shoveled sidewalk (which she pays someone to shovel) and could then walk to her front door and (2) she didn’t need to shovel the sidewalk that her car blocked because no snow landed there and (3) she didn’t shovel the sidewalk between her car and the edge of her property — about two feet — because once people have to walk around her car in the street, who cares about the last couple of feet? She shoveled the sidewalk until her the driver's side of the car, but not the passenger's side.
So my wife politely knocked on her door, explained that forcing our kids to walk around her car meant they walked in the street and that wasn’t safe, therefore could she please drive her car fully into her driveway, as required by law? The law doesn’t permit someone to block a sidewalk. We didn’t want to make this into a big deal, but as neighbors asked if she could be a normal human.
The woman said no, then claimed it wasn’t safe for her to pull at the way into her driveway because that would force her to step in snow. My wife said if that was a concern she should shovel a path on her grass from her driveway to her front door.
The woman then claimed she is not feeling well. My wife pointed out that she did this two months ago during the last snow storm and that she goes to work daily. If she really was sick she’d be stuck in the house. Additionally, not feeling well doesn’t preclude a person from parking in their own driveway or walking in snow.
My wife said she would call the police (non emergency line). The neighbor says “go ahead” and she’d get a doctor’s note. So we did. The police said they would drive over. We didn’t see whether the police chatted with her or not. Either way, she got a ticket for blocking the sidewalk.
She did shovel the two feet of sidewalk. I suspect the police did speak to her and reminded her that not shoveling a sidewalk is a fine from the building department, not the police, and if we were willing to call the police, we’d probably call the building department too. (We had planned on it, but they were closed on the weekend when this happened.)
She now pulled further up, still partially blocking the sidewalk, but at least we don’t need to walk around in the street. Of course, if she does this again, we won’t be asking her politely t... keep reading on reddit ➡
If you ever get your tendies don't leave all of the money in the account and double down on another YOLO. The numbers in the account sometimes does not feel like real money. Take a little bit off the table. Say like 10-20% of the profits transfer it to your checking and use it to buy something that you want or need. It could be $10,000 $1,000 or $100 and you could go on a awesome vacation for $10,000 or fancy bike for $1,000 or a nice dinner for $100. It helps keeps you grounded that the numbers in a brokerage account is real money. Also the obligatory put some money aside for taxes if you take any money out of your account.
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2 rings, 0 snaps.
EDIT: I am quite clearly an idiot. Both last year AND this year, he was active, dressed for the game, but did not play a snap.
How do you just come up with stuff without making many mistakes? Do you use scales, do you experiment outside the scale. How do you know what to really play? How do you practice? Thanks for your help.