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Precisely. He's in Poland, but this could just as easily happen in the US.
A quick Internet search indicates only 15 US states have statutes against housing discrimination based on sexual orientation (plus a fair number of municipalities). And this case isn't even sexual orientation, but political belief, which is even less likely to be protected.
As long as they know what you need from the beginning, it should be okay. Make sure you have your private space and they know that sometimes you will go there to be alone and it is nothing against them.
If they are a couple, they will probably appreciate their own alone time as well.
Yes and no. Typically when you have an insurance deductible like this, you also typically contribute to a Health Savings Account (HSA) so you have a pool of money to pay those expenses. I have enough in there to cover it; it's just a bummer watching the balance drop so precipitously.
Freehold DM wrote:
Always! Every time I get in the car!
Okay, so I Googled it, and it's only $50, but it could affect my insurance rates (probably not for one violation, but I don't want to go down that road).
For question A, I don't know the fine, but I'm on salary, so I could go to court without losing wages. I'm not pleading guilty to something I didn't do, even if the fine isn't that high.
To the second question, depends on the judge. At least if I state my piece, if the judge fines me anyway, I will know I fought it and didn't admit to something I didn't do.
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Probably not all it's cracked up to be. I had to spend an entire scene stuffed in a trunk as Signor Pirelli in Sweeney Todd. It got claustrophobic.
Oh who am I kidding - Sweeney Todd was awesome. I got to die a horrific death every night!
Also, my mom got us a gas grill for our birthdays (mine is the 27th) and I went with her to pick it up.
The guy at the store thought I was some kind of monster for letting my mom lift things while I did not... I felt like I had to display my injuries so he wouldn't judge me.
Anyway..... We have a gas grill!
First things first, I made bacon yesterday.
I can manage a lot with my hand as it is, especially since it is not my dominant hand. The real limitation on handmade gifts is going to be time. The last several days were a washout since I was entertaining family, so now I am scrambling.
I feel like a ride in the Mako would shatter your spine.
Freehold DM wrote:
If something happens to me, and someone checks my browser history, they are going to find a goodly amount of gay porn. And I don't worry about that, since no one will be shocked to find out that CH likes to watch hot men having sex...
It had been a while, but I figured it was time to tee it up.
David M Mallon wrote:
I thought that I had imagined this when I was younger. This couldn't possibly be a real thing. But no, it's real, and it's on YouTube. This actually happened. And it cost half a million dollars to make.
That's how I feel about Waterworld.
Only it cost a lot more than half a million dollars.
If that doesn't work, I always have hundreds of investment prospectuses on hand. Nothing lulls you to dreamland like reading the by-laws of a mutual fund's board of directors.
Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10
Wow. I can't believe my 0-level spell actually succeeded in giving the Wraith a penalty.
Also, it appears the aspergillum can be filled with a standard action. Are you proficient with maces?
Edit: On reading the item description, it only deals 1 point of holy water damage per hit. I think you are better off pouring the holy water on it as a melee touch attack for 2d4 points of damage.
Or Hotel Rwanda, for something a bit more high-brow.
I really think we'll still have serious racial issues long after the worst of the LGBTQ problems are only a memory.
I think this is quite true. The reason I think this is the case is that LGBT people come from all walks of life - most people are finding out that somewhere along the line a family member, coworker, friend, or neighbor identifies somewhere in the LGBTQ alphabet. On the other hand, it will be easier for people to continue identifying other races and ethnicities as "the other".
Time will tell.
Lou Diamond wrote:
My sister raises the yummist pigs that make the best bacon that I have ever had it tastes nothing like store bought bacon. FFA Pigs make the best bacon as they are fed very high quality food so they can make weight for the auction. Then they go to the great bacon factory and to my frying pan and are made into BLT's.
Hey, you remind me of somebody.
"Haven't" is certainly a word, and the response is valid.
If you really wanted to quibble about English usage, you might instead say "No, you didn't." Generally, you would phrase your response to match the helper verb used in the question. Since AZ said, "Did I mention", you would match his usage by saying "No you didn't." On the other hand, if he had said, "Have I mentioned", you would use "No you haven't."
But nobody would ever call you out on something so silly. It's just a tip if you want to sound more professorial :)