late twenty-something gal, who worked her ass off for four years of college so that she could be working as a full time receptionist. you should really just kill her now.
my only weakness is a man in a dark suit and a tie yeah, that'll do if for me as well.
nope. there are few things less sexy to me than a doctor's office visit -- or a trip to the dentist, for that matter.
just go up and introduce yourself, but make sure that first time that there is zero "pick up" vibe. make it no more than a minute or so.you can either build off of that or not in the future, but after that you should pay very close attention to her signals.
depends. when he calls me a bitch, is he being tongue in cheek? like, we're playing monopoly and i land on park place and he owns it and he says he is gong to make me his monopoly bitch? i can probably hang with that.or are we having a disagreement about something, and he tells me that i'm being a bitch because he's pissed off? 'cause that probably means it's time to come get your toothbrush, extra t shirt and whatever else you've left over at my place and go find a woman who's ok with being called "bitch."
go negotiate a higher salary. :)
This is why I like threads such as these. I get different view points! Any article that's come up during my searches have all basically said the same thing, so I haven't been able to hear another side of it. agreed!!! i am totally the same way.
before we get to talking about whether or not we agree with houston's mayor, i think it's only right to get right what it is that she is doing -- because she isn't doing what you suggest.this is what's going on:there are multiple kinds of non-profit tax rates, but the best is for religious houses of worship; houses of worship are entirely tax exempt. you can be a non-profit political advocacy group that is religiously based, but you still have to pay taxes. in irs rules, you can be one but not the other. so if you are a church and part of what you officially do is endorse candidates, have organized activities to get people to vote yes or no for initiatives, or do voter registration drives over any political issue, you are not allowed to be tax exempt. you still bet to be a non-profit and get a reduced tax rate -- you're just not allowed to get out of paying anything.so in this case, you absolutely can preach that homosexuality is a sin. it is totally allowed, and neither the mayor of houston or anyone else is saying you can't or shouldn't be allowed to do so. the charge in texas is that the particular churches in question have been knowingly acting as political advocacy groups. if that ends up being the case, then one of three things has to happen: either the government needs to look the other way and pretend it isn't happening, or the churches either need to cease doing political advocacy, or the churches need to start paying taxes.in the city where i grew up, a similar thing happened to a liberal church: http://articles.latimes.com/2007/sep/24/local/me-allsaints24now, there is no doubt that legitimate questions that can be asked here: should religious houses of worship be tax exempt? should the its change it's hundred-year old rules regarding political advocacy organizations? is there a better way to identify houses of worship that are out of compliance than by offices held by political party members? others, too. but not the one you're asking. the mayor of houston isn't doing what you think she is.doesn't mean you should support her. just means she isn't doing what you say.
OMG, MY NIPPLES ARE SO SENSITIVE!!!just last week i was saying i thought their pants were getting a little tight, and they locked themselves in the bathroom for hours and wouldn't talk to me for days.
You can turn off those sounds under your profile settings, just so you know. :) woo hoo!!! thank you, sprite!
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