I had a shop I used to commonly frequent have a newer employee argue with me in a condescending way via telephone, about a bike I had once purchased at their previous location. They told me that there was no way I had bought the bicycle from them, when I had just casually mentioned it when talking about another bike; Telling me over and over how they don't sell used bikes. I explained that they had once. She kept telling me that they had never, ever once, in their entire history and hung up. Yea, never brought a bike back to there for myself or my kids after that and we had likely dropped a few thousand altogether in that shop over the years.
Why don't we use it to give free heat to the people who live in the area that have to put up with the stench of the plant in August? Seems a bit more fair to include them.
Where are the companies that you speak of that are allowing so many people to work from home?
In some Scandinavian countries they heat the sidewalks in some cities and towns during winter. It means they never require plowing and it allows for all citizens to be out and about on even very cold days.
I'm often approached by younger men, but am never certain if they wish to hook up or if they desire something more emotionally intimate (which is what I am searching for), so it makes it difficult to trust them. Perhaps putting your intentions out there from the start will attract like-minded/ hearted sorts?
It's on Quinpool and yes there was a delivery charge, but the price was inflated far above that-We called and checked while the drivers were there about the price and then after that we only picked things up in person. They apologised profusely when the mistakes happened, but apparently it was insincere as they did little to stop them from happening again, and the management accused us of trying to scam them by just being respectful customers... It's not very common for places to have vegan onion rings, etc, so it was nice to be able to have as such on the rare occasion that we had a notion for some vegan nosh.
I am so sick of corrupt Halifax city councillors! I don't blame people for voting them in. Their job is to be charming and smooth. I'm sure they justify their shady ways by telling themselves that their elected positions (made possible with slimy lined pockets) allows them the power to still perform several good deeds for their respective constituents. That doesn't make it okay though and it also doesn't make it okay that is it so hard to do something about it when they do things that are so clearly illegal, immoral, and/ or inappropriate.
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