There are several lifeboats to assist you when your ship sinks, but you have to mobilize. First of all: the ship is gone and complaining about the Captain does no good. Cry, scream, say a few bad words to yourself, get it out of your system in a healthy way, and then prepare for the next step.
I already know what you’re thinking. “It’s an isolated incident.” Well, not really. Lydia Coenen was selling lemonade in her front yard in Appleton, WI which had been a summer tradition for six years. In July the police came and shut them down. Her father asked if they could make an exception. They said they “had to follow orders…” er “…ordinance.” In June three boys in Bethesda, MD were selling lemonade to raise money for children’s cancer research. Same story. Cops shut them down and hit their parents with a $500 ticket for not having the proper permits.
Women in western countries usually carry compact-size mirrors in their purses. Don’t be surprised if you’re sitting on the subway or even at a bar and a girl will pull a huge mirror out of her bag, only to look at her reflections for more than a few minutes.
This show is a big shift for me — I’m probably the only person my age who’s never done any type of drug — so admitting I love a show about a pot-dealing suburban mom is strange, I admit. What’s most fun for me to watch is Nancy’s development as a cannabis dispensary entrepreneurial businesswoman who’s going to do what it takes to be the most successful weed dealer in Agrestic. There’s not alot of difference between Nancy and me in the quest to build successful businesses, except that my business is legal, of course, and I don’t have to dodge bullets in drive-by shootings at my supplier’s house.
The people bought it and therefore, we were all scammed and California’s proposition 215 was the outcome, which has taken us deeper into this whole mess.
When Starbucks roared onto the scene some years back, they seemed to want us to hark back to the hip coffee houses of Greenwich Village. It was all about the ambience. Then, they began developing every manner of sweet air-in-a-cup and charging exhorbitant prices. As with any drug pusher, once they had us hooked, they conveniently placed a cannabis deals near me on every street corner. But, something went wrong with the plan. The recession hit. People woke up and realized the stuff didn’t even taste that good.
As I just stood there in shock just not believing that someone would be so blatantly rude another employee, who overheard the exchange, came over to me and got me what I needed. Then proceeded to ream the other employee and yell at the manager about the other employee and generally caused a ruckus.
Driving impaired is more than commonplace than most believe and there are 8 such ads for rides or riders on Portland’s Craigslist today. If someone advertises that way, and then has an accident, I believe Craigslist could be and should be held liable in court!