There was a time on FP when the average Freeper poster would have known this and if they didn't, they would have looked it up themselves before asking such a easliy answered question. The times have changed
They have low prices and the employees are generally friendly in my area. However, they treat their employees like dirt and do everything they can to force jobs out of the country. So I don't support them with my money.
My guess is that it's going to be about searching for space monsters who want to pawn the sharks that live in the river that runs through the logging camp while semis try to drive over the frozen pond.
The show concludes with them not finding the space monsters, and the loggers all get mad at each other because the new guy puts down the roll of guide wire too many times.
I used to spend more time on anti-unempoyment threads like this one, but I have found that the people who post them already have an agenda, and I don't much care to try to convince them one way or the other anymore.
But it sucks. May you not have to navigate this job market.
I got chicken pox at age 19. Vaccine came out about a year or two later.
I would have preferred the vaccine.
Funny story, though. I caught the chicken pox from my girlfriend at the time's seven year old brother during a car ride home from a graduation. I noticed him itching and looking uncomfortable, but they told me he had poison ivy so don't worry about it. Two days later, I found out he had chicken pox. Two weeks later, it got me while I was celebrating the end of the incubation period for chicken pox.
As for the insurance company not paying in your mom's case, it's ridiculous, but not surprising. I could go on and on about that as well.
I am very happy to have never had polio, diphtheria, tetanus, measles, and a whole plethora of other horrifying diseases. My thanks to those who developed these vaccines and probably saved my life many times is to go on the internet and to swat down woo. However, I will say that after this past winter, I pretty much had my fill.
Well, that just opened you up to some anti-vaccine woo-woo wrath.
I don't bother much anymore. The H1N1 flu shot wars wore me out. Especially after one poster on this site started talking about a lawsuit because I had the nerve to encourage people to get a flu shot using the CDC's own recommendations.
My opinion is no. Distracted driving is already against the law in every state.
As for texting while driving, that should be considered distracted driving. It's dangerous, and should not be done.
The most distracted drivers I've seen are parents disciplining their children in the back seat. Again, it shouldn't be illegal to have kids in the car, but if you're putting everyone in danger by staying turned around to scold them, that's distracted driving. See how easily that existing law can be applied? No need to pass more.