This might not be the If you keep a beer in each hand you can’t touch your face stop Covid-19 St Patrick’s Day shirt and I love this most disturbing thing for you, but for me it certainly is. A few years ago, when we were in a second year, i had this best friend, who was the drama queen of the school. she was pretty mean with other students but with me, she was as soft as a cake. she used to share all her secrets with me and used to ask for my advice or help if she needed any, I trusted her the most, I told her all my secrets. one day we were having our p.t lesson and I came to our class as she asked me if i could bring her water bottle. Not a revenge story, but back in the 80s I worked for a financial planning company that didn’t plan its finances right. I was doing database entry of potential clients, and every night I backed up the database onto floppies. The database manager gave his notice and on his last day the backup crashed and three months’ work was lost. He refused to even look at the problem. I’m 20 years old. My mother suffers from bipolar disorder, depression, and unresolved traumas. From what I can remember, she was a great mom when I was a child. During my teen years, when I felt that I needed her most, she put me through much abuse that still affects my personality and decisions today. Every night she would get high temperatures and start shaking, we had to put her in a cold bath a sit up with her until she was ok. This went on for five years (and yes she still slept with us) we never got a full night’s sleep. We slept in our house together the night before our wedding. We drove to the venue together and worked most of the morning to set everything up. I then went to do my hair and makeup and my husband went home to get dressed. He saw me in my wedding dress for the first time down the aisle, but he did see a lot of me during the day. This all happened nearly forty years ago. Just a few years ago I was thinking about this and I wondered, what happens if I Google this guy’s name? He had a rather unique name, which is why I didn’t mention it, and sure enough, when I hit Enter a picture of him came up looking tanned, rested, and relaxed. After his stint in Club Fed, he got a job with the PGA and is apparently doing all right for himself. Ownership is obviously a difficult and complex issue; British PM David Cameron claimed that its 150-year history in the UK gave rightful ownership (and that if the Koh-i-Noor was returned, the British Museum would need to be emptied of all the other looted artifacts), while the government of Afghanistan points out it was taken illegally by an Indian Maharajah. Determining true ownership (whatever that might mean) will be the work of international justices, (although personally I would like to see an agreement by all parties to give up ownership and put it in the hands of, perhaps, the United Nations for permanent display somewhere [not in NYC please] as a symbol of international compromise).
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My sister and I were never able to see him again. He lived out his life in a substandard group home and when he passed we were notified via text 3 days after he was cremated. We never saw him again and his wife controlled everything including his death. I will never forget when he told me he would have married my mom but not had me. I believe him. I’ve learned to believe people when they tell you who they are. Historically, it was customary for European monarchs to marry foreign princesses and build dynastic alliances. Early Rus Princes did that for some time. Then the If you keep a beer in each hand you can’t touch your face stop Covid-19 St Patrick’s Day shirt and I love this tradition was interrupted because of the Mongol invasion. Later Rus Princes and first Russian Tsars mostly married Russian women from noble families. The only significant exception was Grand Prince Ivan III who married the Byzantium Princess. But, politically speaking, Sophia was a nobody – Byzantium was no more. It all came to a head one day when the secretary, like everyone else in the office, decided to look for a new job. We were using a Wang Word Processing system, so it was a daisywheel printer that took a significant amount of time to print out a single page. Rather than printing her resume once and getting it copied, she decided to print out fifty copies and left the printer running overnight. Bob came in the next day, found the printout, went ballistic, and fired everybody in the office except for a friend of mine who had clued me in to the job in the first place. He’s not going to get far. The officers should have been far more concerned about his safety than their own. It’s obvious he was incredibly drunk, probably to the point where, from a legal standpoint, he wasn’t criminally responsible for his actions. After that, I made the payroll rush like everyone else, but the financial issues facing the company became more and more apparent. This was when I learned you could do stuff as a company that you could not get away with for two seconds as an individual. They would contract with an office supply company, not pay their bills for a few months, then just get a new company when the old one cut off their credit. I used to answer the phone when the secretary was out to lunch and would regularly have conversations like this: He divorced mom. Married a woman 27 years younger than him…5 years younger than my only sister. She saw us as competition. She had no kids and didn’t want us in his life. Despite her feelings for us…Dad kept in contact with us in secret (my dad)…I was not allowed at his house and when he was preparing to finally divorce her…it was too late he had a stroke and never could speak or do anything for himself except feed himself again. Because he chose her.