I have MANY FEELINGS ABOUT THIS, obviously, but I just wanted to say that there is life and love and adventure after 40. I mean, obviously, LOL. You don't drop dead at 40. Nor does your dick fall off. Honestly many of us hit our stride. Both in hotness and in other ways.
Also I do not think that I would have been marriageable at age 35 or younger. I was Not Really Worked Out Yet. Getting married late is the ideal solution to that. Anyway please do what the lady says and go LIVE LIFE and also yes tell this dude TO COME DO IT WITH YOU and when he's like "no I'm a fucking wussbag, I'd rather not have an amazing life full of love" then yes, off you go.
In summary: everything actually DOES get better, so enjoy yourself.
Right on. Watching Love Boat and Fantasy Island with my babysitter was usually the highlight of my week. But Fantasy Island could be fucking scary. It often sent me and the babysitter running from the room screaming.
@BadUncle They're certainly a cut above the rest.
"Hunter Treed, Peed"
THE OMISSION OF DALLAS IS A FREAKING CRIME
As far as I can tell, there are two kinds of people on the Internet: people who have no idea what Google Reader is, and people who are really super bummed it's shutting down.
Do most people really, like, manually type in "t-h-e-a-w-l-dot-c-o-m" and hit refresh every so often to see if there are new articles? Mind boggling. I mean no offense to people who have legitimately never used an RSS reader before, but I can't imagine keeping up with more than about three blogs without one.
if austin's a cowtown in the middle of nowhere that only recently got decent food, then by all means fuck off and do not ever come here.
I'm troubled by Clay's assumption that non-traditional students will be better served by MOOCs simply because they're cheaper. I used to work in a large tutoring center at a community college, and the more successful students there took frequent advantage of tutoring and other support services the college provided. Having regular contact with instructors (office hours, class discussion time) was also very beneficial for them. Most of the students I worked with had much poorer outcomes in online courses because those classes lacked the structure and support of a traditional class setting.
Obviously, not all community college students struggle academically. But for those who do, (and for the first generation college students and non native English speakers who make up a good portion of college students now) I fail to see how online courses are going to be helpful. As others have pointed out, they're cheaper, but what good is saving money if you fail to learn anything? Vulnerable students need more personal interaction and support in the class room, not less.
Ken Layne, thank you, you are a genius. "KQED's public nudity program, Forum." I cannot stop laughing. But not at the naked men, I would never. Nothing but respect.
Maybe not first date sex but definitely pre-first date sex.....celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary next Wednesday.