Now let me be clear, I’m not saying people with disabilities shouldn’t be given a chance at life. What I’m saying is if they’re not going to have a good quality of life what’s the point of bringing them into this world? I see to often severely handicapped folks struggling to eat, drooling all over themselves, and constantly in need of care. What kind of life is that?
Sometimes when I’m getting ready to leave the house to go anywhere like school, work, hang out with friends I legitimately struggle so much to make an outfit.
This happens sometimes I literally can’t find anything to where and considering I’m a guy with at least 12 up to maybe 16 sneakers it shouldn’t be that hard should it? I like to look nice even if I go to the gym or anywhere but am I taking this too far?
Sometimes I’ll just not end up going wherever I have planned, often I miss the bus to class because I was in my room struggling to find an outfit.
Like I said I always like to look “fresh” and if something doesn’t match perfectly... I know it’s probably not true but I feel like my friends and random people are thinking “wtf is he wearing”
Anyone have a link maybe to a guide that tells us what jeans look good with which color shirts and shoes? Any advice is greatly appreciated, thank you all in advance!
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I just ate at a restaurant in a smaller town in Germany (I’m foreign and speak no German) and I think I was severely judged for drinking from my own water bottle.
I was just eating a schnitzel and reached for the water bottle in my bag and the waitress lady stopped dead in her tracks and gave me a death stare. Later on she walked up to me and sternly asked “sprechen sie Deutsch?” and walked away when I said no.
Is it unacceptable to simply drink plain water from your own bottle at a restaurant? It’s not like I was drinking a Coca Cola or coffee from another shop, just my own bottle. I left the restaurant kind of embarrassed and shook.
Please help me interpret what has happened here and if I have breached proper etiquette.
So regular ammo goes like this, as soon as you pick one up, you can craft more. Does Ultracite work the same way?
I ask because last night I got the plans for a prime auto receiver for a combat rifle. These take Ultracite .44 ammo. I also somehow can now craft Ultracite .45 ammo. So now I can craft ammo that I can't use or I can craft a receiver that I have no ammo for. Second question, where do I get the Ultracite .44 ammo?
When deciding on business opportunities and starting a company. Is it better to be extremely niche in terms of things like an industry or a type of service -- or to be local to the market? Either way I see that it would be positive on both fronts, but which one would give the best benefits?
My maximum budget is $1000 USD
I want to build this PC in the next week.
In this build I need a Mid-tower Case, Motherboard, 2 TB Harddrive, 1 TB SSD, Motherboard , OS, Power Supply, 16 gb Ram, CPU preferably AMD.
I'm located in Broward, Florida.
2x Nvidea Gtx 1070s, Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor - AW2518H, Alienware Advanced Gaming Keyboard AW568, SteelSeries Rival 110 Gaming Mouse.
At some point I am interested in overclocking the CPU.
I'd like to a 1 TB SSD, and A 2 TB HDD
>**Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-tower/full-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?**
Mid-tower Coolermaster if possible
>**Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?**
Yes, Windows 10
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