its like i live with children…
i seriously cant stand anyone!
its like people get offended when others try to get things done…
ITS BECAUSE NOTHING IS GETTING DONE. Honestly if people were efficient and effectively being responsive then there no be no need for a push. It’s upsetting for me to play villain in order to get things done, too; be-lee dat. It’s never my favorite roll but its the only way i see any movement until something gets it to a standstill once again. There is a reason why there’s such a thing as due process and case time standards. I sure know if you were waiting on trial you’d like the other side to get shit done. i just dont get why both sides can efficiently work. This goes for all, myself included: Progress can not be made until you freaking move along! Everyone, again myself included should strive to be a better you, EVERY FUCKING DAY.
i find it hilarious and mind numbingly pain-staking all at the same time.
Dont get mad, fo-real. Just do better.
may the odds be ever in my favor.
Congrats on the game, Brazil!
Day 20: Visit of the British Royals
“I think it would be an excellent thing for Anglo-American relations if you could visit the United States.”
-Franklin Roosevelt to King George VI, September 17, 1938
With war looming, FDR searched for ways to bolster ties with democratic nations opposing Hitler. When he invited England’s King George VI for a state visit in June 1939, the message was clear. No reigning British monarch had ever visited America. The invitation signaled a new era in Anglo-American cooperation.
FDR and ER planned every detail to ensure the King won sympathy and support. Their efforts paid off. The public heartily welcomed the King and Queen in Washington. The royals visited Mount Vernon, where the King laid a wreath at George Washington’s grave. Later, they accompanied the Roosevelts to Hyde Park, where they enjoyed simple American pleasures, including a hot dog picnic. FDR and King George developed a real rapport. More important, press coverage of the royal visit fostered public sympathy with Britain.
During the British Royal visit of June 1939, King George VI president FDR with this House of Windsor gold inkwell, made by Garrard & Co. Ltd. of London.
You can read more about the 1939 Royal Visit here on our website.
having faith in people is the dumbest thing in existence. You set yourself up for failure and you have no one else to blame but yourself. ‘you knew better!’ This is why i will never have/want an assistant.
Trying to get through crowded high school hall ways.