The Brown Recluse Spider’s Venomous BiteNow here recently I somehow or another acquired three whelts, two on my most manly six pack stomach, and one on my back. I have no idea if those were spider bites, but they sure aren’t mosquito bites, as they are far larger, and seem to have lasted far longer than any other sorts of bug bites. I’m not truly sure my three whelts are bug bites at all, but it was suggested to me they were likely spider bites, and possibly, brown recluse spider bites.
Wrath of the TitansIt’s a box office battle of mythic proportions this weekend as remixed fables and fairy tales go head to head. In one corner, Mirror Mirror, a snarky retelling of the Snow White fairy tale. In the other, Wrath of the Titans, the sequel to the widely panned remake from 2010.
And that’s an unforgivable sin for a Wall Street darling. Skechers needed to trounce Wall Street’s estimates. The stock plunged nearly 25% after hours.It makes sense. Unfortunately, one of the times I’m most often hit with a creative thought is in the middle of the night when I’m sleeping (or trying to sleep!). It’ll wake me up. Annoyingly, it’s usually 3:00 in the morning and I have to get up for work in 2 1/2 hours, so I don’t wake up enough to write it down.
But you don’t understand that do you?Shadesbreathposted 7 years agoin reply to thisYou tried to create a direct relationship between an opposition to minimum wage with a belief that slavery should be returned.Do I really need to draw you diagrams to illustrate how that is a fallacious argument?My point is merely that crime is hardly limited to the poor. Crime is a human thing, sometimes by need, typically by greed and/or an unwillingness to follow the rules established by society.If you are suggesting that numerically speaking, more crimes are committed by the poor, then I will grant you that, as there are more of them to be sure. But I suspect if you count them up proportionate to their economic status, you would find at least as many of the wealthy per capita break the law (crime) as do the poor.I think it’s too easy to blame economics for morality (and I’m not counting the man who steals bread to feed his children).Evan G Rogersposted 7 years agoin reply to thisHolden, I know that writing this post will be a complete waste of time, but I simply must address your incorrect statements.If we want to make people’s lives better by making it against the law to pay people less than $7.25 (in the US), this will increase unemployment.