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  1. When I lost my brother I reached out to a friend who also had lost a sibling. I asked if it ever gets better, and he told me "no, but it becomes more acceptable." I have reached out to friends of my brother, and even after 12 years, I keep hearing new stories about him that make me laugh.
  2. You are way off base. I don't think it is childish at all.
  3. Let them know that you are there to do the job, not to teach the job. If they want the kind of details you said they requested, I would negotiate for all of the benefits you feel you should get... sick leave, paid time off, excetra (for Otis).
  4. Turn off Wi--Fi Assist in settings.
  5. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a #####: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life
  6. You are free to pay more taxes now if you like. Just cut out a deduction or two and pay in another $100 per year.
  7. Does he replace Witten in the MNF booth? Could be fun.
  8. @AAABatteries, The first time anyone ever accidentally ate a chicken bone was at a wedding reception back in the 1800's in Italy. When Octavious Perilloni (I may have the spelling incorrect) began to have swallowing issues, then half of the guest told him to tuck his hands into his armpits and to start flapping. The other half told him to wiggle his hips from side to side and to move in an up and down motion. In a panic, he began to do both at the same time, and thus the birth of the chicken (bone) dance that everyone does at weddings. I wish the poor bastrd would have died. Give that remedy a try. And film it too!
  9. You could live with someone for years, and then BAM! They snap.
  10. Damn, that would have been a perfect fit for me. Do you have any real small gloves?
  11. T&Ps for your wife. My wife went through some serious health problems and we ran into the same issues. The problem I had with meals were when I had dishes to return. If you provide meals to someone, put it in something they can throw away. I did hire a housekeeper to clean our house every two weeks, and it helps out a lot. After the first couple of times, it will become a welcome relief of something you don't have to do. People are offering you help out of love, and one of the toughest things to do is accept their gifts of love. It says something about your family to have so many reach out to you in this time of need.
  12. It was my understanding that there would be no math.