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  1. And after this Kendall is kind enough to give Greg a free apartment…

  2. In a perfect world & a normal family, yes, I agree 1000% But my life right now, this is probably as good as it gets. Mum is probably going to kick me out of the house (mutual reasons) , dad not in the picture, can't ask friends because, quite frankly, they don't have it, to be Hella honest, I'll probably be living in my RAV because no car can't get to work, and a big domino effect.

  3. I’m sorry you have to deal with that. But, if you do end up having to spend a lot of time in your car I think a RAV4 makes even more sense. It has one of the biggest cargo areas of any compact SUV. With the back seats down there’s a pretty good amount of room, as far as car spaciousness goes.

  4. Adopt the dog if you want the dog. But your dog probably won’t remember a littermate unless they grew up together for a minimum of 16 weeks. It’s not certain they will even like each other.

  5. When Mark tries to have kind eyes towards Helly in the elevator

  6. idk one of my patients told me he loved me a couple nights ago. maybe there’s something there

  7. You probably have a good amount of time before you’ll actually be doing a lift test for jobs. When I was in a similar situation I joined a gym and got a personal trainer for a few sessions. The trainer is expensive, but they’ll help you understand how to lift properly and use different machines properly, and give you ideas for how to get where you want to be.

  8. If you can pass proper quantitative fit testing it shouldn’t matter.

  9. Some places will let you have a beard if you wear a respirator instead of a mask and supply your own respirator, but who is wearing a respirator instead of a mask.

  10. Be prepared for “why do you want to work here?” I feel like it’s a hard question to answer.

  11. Bunny by Mona Awad! It’s girls living together, witchcraft, college with boarding school vibes, and amazing

  12. Sounds like a website error. They’re not putting a lot of time and effort into keeping that message up to date, it just hasn’t been switched.

  13. Everyone who says IFT is hell must’ve never worked another job.

  14. When adults die they will often understand what death is. They know that car crashes happen. They understand that cancer exists.

  15. Honestly, I think it’s worth considering looking outside the SFV. It’s worth the drive, at least to me.

  16. Looks a bit like an English Setter hound mix based off the speckles and ears / head shape. Hard to tell at such a young age, though.

  17. Pens, small-ish notebook, food, water, caffeine if you like it, and a charger.

  18. BA in political science, originally I wanted to go into emergency / disaster management but now I love medicine so much I might get a post bacc.

  19. Are you trying to train him as a service dog and in bite work? If so, it’s not uncommon for people to recommend against this due to ADA requirements. If the dog is trained in “self defense” (by which I’m assuming you’re talking about personal protection) having them as a service dog is a huge risk. A dog doing service work is exposed to stressful, unpredictable environments with many people around. If the dog makes a mistake and bites, or even acts threatening enough for someone to be scared, you will be in serious trouble as you trained your dog to perform the task of protection, knowingly brought them into a public place, and caused an assault.

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