He did not identify it as a Legion pub, nor provide a citation.
And Google said that one of the phrases in it could not be found.
Plus when you said, "did some checking" I thought you meant somewhere
other than that doc.
Ostracism: A practice of sticking your head in the sand.
A friend of mine told the VA that he could not hold a job because he
was an incurable alcoholic and he got the pension before he was 65. He
really was an alcoholic,
Thank you. War is hell.
Of course, I spent most of my naval enlistment at a PIO photo unit at Pearl
Harbor, slouching around in denims and blue suede loafers. Except when we
had to photograph VIPS taking a launch out to the Arizona, wore regular
It's a fact that there are 10 million americans on SS disability.
Go cry me a river while your at it.
Your country has gone to hell as it drains down the toilet, the primary
reason for which can be blamed on the misguided, illogical, and illegal
deployment of your military and your foreign policy.
I'm a law abiding and economically-productive citizen. Because of how
our country and society is structured, Canada is not in this constant
need that individual citizens "do something" to keep it going. We are
free to pursue life, liberty and happiness, without worrying about our
country going down toilet.
That's for lazy bums like you americans. You and your children, pumping
themselves full of your prescription drugs they steal from your medicine
cabinet, and living on the couch downstairs playing video games while
you wait for your next disability check.
Joblessness by itself is not necessarily something you have to
struggle with (as one poster pointed out, especially not for children,
and the definition of "adult" probably covers college students and
maybe even high school seniors for at least part of their education).
It can even be a cash bonus. Now, I don't want to minimize the
problems of someone who lost their job and a year later still hasn't
found another one, but some people find a new job quickly (and
sometimes before they quit their old one). Things like payment for
unused vacation, or termination pay, or a signing bonus for the new
job can make it a cash bonus rather than a problem.
Just about every job change (even planned job moves) involves a few
days of joblessness. It may be short enough that they don't qualify
Some people actually don't live from paycheck to paycheck. They
can handle a few months of unemployment (or being off the job
due to accident, or taking care of a sick child, or whatever).
Numbers like this at least present a great opportunity to lie with
A statement like that is so broad that it will apply to most
everyone. People starting out in life don't have much. They need a
lot of stuff quickly to set up an apartment or whatever. The ones that
thought they had to have a college education are worse off at the start
of their careers.
We auctioned off a bunch of my parent's household goods when mom
moved to town. I was surprised at the lack of young people there.
The auctioneer said that was normal. Young folks just have to own new
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