Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Self-Checkout aisles are like wheelchair ramps for introverts.
"But the guy who owns that stove, in that crumbling little cabin, on that creepy plain of mud, I don’t know him from Adam. I don’t owe him anything except what one human being honorably owes another – which includes that I should leave his stuff alone." -Joel at Joel's Gulch
Now if only the Gooberment could learn that lesson....
Good post. I'm fortunate to have stumbled upon a place to live where many leave their houses unlocked, keys in vehicles, and there's very little theft. Malamute
When I came into this world, I got a name from my Daddy and it was worth what he made of it.When I leave this world, all I'll leave of any real value is my name, and its worth will be what I make of it.I hope that'll be something that will make my daughter proud, but my life ain't over yet, and any day I can screw up what I've spent a lifetime tryin' to do right.Rob J
Like Temple Grandin, and my Dear Dead Mom, and Lazarus Long, I am all for formal manners. They help us to avoid un-necessary fights.
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