Fingers crossed for the best ._.
People change their mind for various reasons. I couldn't condemn people across the board for changing their mind, lol - that's over the top, Mark :)
I like to hope there's a chance for absolution, even if it came at the last minute of life.
Most welcome, John :)
I coudn't agree more - certainly more thorough tests and a stricter behavioral policy for anyone going out into the field.
Thanks for your input, cherie :)
I've shaved it off, back in my teens, but it still left it scratchy - never again.
I had the option and passed it up.
Well put and very fair minded ;)
I was 16 with a friend sleeping overnight. Neither of us was tired and were bored beyond words. With my parents asleep for more than an hour, we made our escape onto the lower porch roof and down to the grass. We had no plan other than to see what people did at that time of the night. We headed toward downtown, met very little traffic until a couple older teens headed our way; their body language and facial expressions were screaming; FIGHT. Right at that moment it sucked to be me. My weight was at 128, never pumped iron, wouldn't know a sit-up from a sit-in, and I think that's what saved me. The one bulky guy went after my bulky buddy while the second toughie held a nut pick to my upper chest. Thirty seconds into the fight a police cruiser rolled up, told them to get lost but for us to get in the patrol car. I had to give them my parents' number while the cop drove in the direction of my street... you know the rest. That was the last time I went full on stupid.
It's a tie for Lex Luther and The Joker
Strawberries; Belgian Waffles
I'm glad you were around for this one :D
Thanks for your input, Carla ;)
When it's frequent, sure - incessant, definitely.
Children - newborns through the teens - and, yeah, Boz, puppy dogs, too
Nice post, Doc.
I haven't had the impression those judgements were damning, though.