But again, I not trying to buy a $16 20 wallet, and I just one guy who obsesses over small things quite often. 16 points submitted 1 month ago”Intrinsically riskier” sounds fair enough although I still argue as to the degree of risk but I think I have a better idea of where you are coming from now. I genuinely appreciate the response and insights.I think what we do would make a lot more sense if not viewed through the lens of “Leather Craft.” There are a lot of really awesome Craftsmen and artists out there but I never considered myself in that camp despite some overlap in customers.We are recyclers first and foremost and I think my simple designs reflect that.
I wish someone would interview a rep from planned Parenthood to learn of the many things they do. They are not just an abortion clinic. If they shut down P P, there will be more abortions because many people rely on P P for contraception. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileHere in Toronto, with the city’s four major news dailies and two commuter papers (not to mention the countless ethnic newspapers and entertainment weeklies), it’s sometimes difficult to imagine that what media industry analysts have been saying for years could be true: the ink and paper newspaper as we know it dying.But it’s getting easier to believe. Especially in light of comments made by newspaper publishers like the New York Times’s Arthur Sulzberger Jr.According to an interview with Israeli newspaper Haaretz, Sulzberger is so concerned with the internet version of the paper that the print edition is out of his mind.”I really don’t know whether we’ll be printing the Times in five years, and you know what? I don’t care either,” he says.Among the reasons the shift makes sense for newspapers is the high cost of paper editions. “[Internet] costs aren’t even near what print costs,” Sulzberger explained.
I think alcohol has become the focus of a lack of self control amongst many young people. Many of these kids are unhappy, unsettled, searching for something that our clinically cold society fails to provide. We have given them too many mixed messages, too much unbridled information, and too much inference on the importance of being young..
What if the Hound is the next priest of fire. If you recall he did find some “religion / spirituality” with when the small village/tribe he was with before they were killed, and he avenged their deaths. So he does have some sense of believing in a religion, and he has proven that he can “read” fire (for lack of a better term).