Chris Brown - Indigo
Proof that landlords are the biggest *******s out there and there is a special place in hell for them. I don't care if it was legal, just because you can doesn't mean you should.
I haven't been on here that much lately, been very very very busy. I've got exams over the next couple of months, then moving on to who knows what. We do look at all the reports, I'm about to go and go through them now. It might be a few days before we do this for a number of reasons, whether that's they need discussing before we do anything, or it needs privileges we don't have, or we simply don't have the time. Our lives have to come first.
I'm gonna leave this open for anyone to respond to this, but please keep away from attacking people personally.
The 13 in 3 mins thing sounds like the child didn't care and rushed to turn in the work so they could do something else. IDK if this was timed. If it was timed, that's a lot of pressure to put on a child so early on imo.
Maybe pathetic isn't the nicest of words but I'm not sure the child even know what it means. It was clearly a message to the father that his kid wasn't putting in effort or needs more help with math practice at home.
The dad needs to get off Facebook and help his son with his homework instead of complaining about teacher feedback. The teacher doesn't deserve to be fired over this, reprimanded sure. I'm happy the school isn't just letting the social media mob make the decision.
The plastics. Whether the consumer wants it or not, we get it. I admire the few grocery stores, like Aldi, that don't make you feel like you're crazy if you bring your own bag. All the other stores load you down with plastic bags.
The restaurants. If they served meals in normal sized portions, instead of this practice of packing it up for you to take home, a lot of plastic would be saved. I just threw a bunch of plastic containers from last night's Chinese meal into recycling and would have been much happier just getting the ONE serving that I ordered instead of food that overflowed the plate.
I'd rather buy water in glass bottles and pay a return fee, but I seldom see water in glass bottles anymore. Besides, you buy it in one state and you aren't able to return it in another state. Need federal laws, but of course, some states will refuse to comply.
Packaging! The online buying is producing even more disposable packaging than before. It was bad enough when we saw the item in a store all wrapped up in plastic but now things aren't available in stores, you have to buy online, and you receive it in its original plastic PLUS more plastic and more paper and another box.
It would have to start at the federal level if we're going to stop these companies from so much plastic in packaging. I imagine the increase in plastic use goes back to plastic being a by product of the petroleum industry--and no one can stop them. Follow the money, the greed.