I live with her, as a precursor to marriage, so of course we aren't having sex. Wakka wakka!
Not at all surprised. Sad. But not surprised."I believe there is a cover-up going on at CSU,'' said a current football player who wished to remain anonymous for fear of retribution.www.coloradoan.com
It is to get girls used to people telling them what they're allowed to do with their bodies.The bra strap “crisis” in schools makes me see red. It’s a bra strap FFS why on earth is that such a big deal? I’m wearing a tank top today and my bra strap was visible at my medical appointment and then at the plant store. No one accosted me and the sight of said bra strap didn’t cause anyone to pass out or spontaneously combust.
Yet wearing a mask, which actually is a life and death issue, is a personal choice?!
WTF is wrong with people?
Got it in one!It is to get girls used to people telling them what they're allowed to do with their bodies.
I have not read the article, so I may be wrong. If the student was suspended explicitly for sharing the truth of how badly they are managing COVID-19 at that school, you can feel free to ignore me.Something something when truth becomes a crime...
We could go around and around on this. I could argue zero tolerance policies are racist, as they tend to affect BIPOC students more than their white counterparts. I could argue that one has a right to privacy, which would trump a person’s right to record themselves and others. But you do have a point that too many schools will use the specter of a lawsuit as an excuse to hide from their responsibilities to keep students safe.Schools hide behind that a lot when they are meant to have a zero tolerance policy for bullying and hate crimes and hopefully public health hazards. We can’t see everything. True. But I am showing you evidence it happened. This kid is showing how dangerous the school is. Do they have the legal right to post the video? No, likely not. However, in a life and death situation, is it the biggest issue there?
Spoken from a Canadian, non-litigious point of view so please disregard if I am oversimplifying when lawsuits are super common.
Ehhh, not especially, if you're in the habit of keeping bluetooth turned on all the time and not just when you're paired. One message every 5+ minutes will consume negligible power, and if your BT is on, it's already receiving signals constantly from everything around it.Thatseems like it'd drain battery