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  • Voodoogami wrote 18.09.2019, 00:23: #1

    Personally, I think it's a very nice honor to remember the deceased spouse on her birthday or the day she died or their wedding anniversary, whichever ONE of those dates feels most appropriate. But it's tremendously bad form to continually post about his dead wife if the current wife hasn't talked with him about this. It's a simple case of not seeing this from the other person's perspective.

  • Zolojind wrote 17.09.2019, 17:24: #2

    Hahaha Good acting in a porno.

  • Shanos wrote 18.09.2019, 17:12: #3

    You from kerala.Msg me

  • Nall wrote 14.09.2019, 08:53: #4

    I think there are other issues as well. They have hosts of administrators on the payroll who don't do anything. They generally devote resources to things like diversity programs that are wastes of time. They also have teachers who are grossly incompetent, but can't be fired. In a boom town like DC, legacy facilities shouldn't be an issue (though they might). Besides the Catholic schools I'm looking at are 70 to 200 years old. They've had to deal with facility maintenance too.

  • Kazikazahn wrote 18.09.2019, 11:53: #5

    Yeah, I'm thinking I'll just show up for the brew bike....

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