It was very odd that at the age of 10 I had memorized the Carl Reiner [and] Mel Brooks “2,000 Year Old Man” routine. And I used to watch Don Rickles on TV, and I remember staying up late and watching Jack Paar when I shouldn’t have been and Steve Allen when I shouldn’t have been.
I am older than some posting on here and I see so many posts from younger people, in college, scared of living with their nmom or ndad or combination of the two and wanting to leave with no resources (that was me), dealing with the daily multiple phone calling and unacceptable behaviors and feeling like they are going crazy, questioning whether it normal, what to do about it (that was me), wondering if others outside the house knew or saw what a nut she was (that was me). It makes me sad to see these posts, as it reminds me of my past. However, with respect to having kids, I will say this I done a lot of things in my life but having kids is the most profound and beautiful experience and I wouldn trade it for the world.
I disagree with the idea that affordable housing is a significant factor for people when choosing where to live. Sure it makes sense in theory but in actuality why are cities like DC, Boston, and Los Angeles seeing tons of influx while affordable cities like Pittsburgh and Cleveland are not? Even Indianapolis which is consistently ranked one of the best up and coming cities for business isn’t seeing the population influx that far more expensive places are. I think the desirability of affordable housing is greatly exaggerated.
As Dr Ramanujan tells the story, the number of versions of the epic which have existed in India and the rest of south east Asia for the past 2,500 years or more is simply “astonishing”. Though Valmiki’s Sanskrit poem Ramayana is the most influential among Indians, Ram’s story is available in at least 22 languages, including Chinese, Laotian, Thai and Tibetan. Many of these languages have more than one telling of the epic..
Man duct taped to sign over lost bet on Rockets Warriors game (Sportress of Blogitude)By Jason Rowan / Sportress of Blogitude A Houston man found himself duct taped to a yield sign after losing a bet hinging on the outcome of Tuesday’s match up between the Rockets and Warriors at Toyota Center. The Warriors came out on top in the battle of Western Conference heavyweights, beating the hometown Rockets by a score of 113 106. And with that, the Rockets backer later identified as 17 year old Miguel Chavez had to pay up on the wager which for some reason involved the aforementioned consequence of getting duct taped to a roadside sign.