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“G’s” are the “get it done” items on your list that need to get done eventually, by the end of the week, but are less urgent than the “T’s” or “A’s”. “G’s”. What you do not want to be doing that day needs to be a clear as what you will be doing during the day.
Delayed the walk with the dogs for a bit since it was still dark during our normal time. Drank another coffee while I waited for sunlight. Nice walk with the dogs. The only one I can think immediately is for an arthritis drug which was celebrity endorsed and then it was found to cause health issues. If I was a celeb, I’d steer clear of any pharma endorsements. Just sayin’.
I think he could put it on the deck and take pressure off Westbrook and PG. Like melo could have done if he was more willing to passyarkmu 2 points submitted 25 days agoHaha sorry do not think JJ is remotely comparable to Draymond even on his best day. He’s only been good in Miami (for like one year too which lead to his deal) and pretty disappointing in his other stops as a career journeyman.
Continue reading this postAccess to information: Does Canada need to be more open with data?TTC bus driver: Do you often see your local drivers texting?The Toronto Sun on Thursday published a picture sent by a reader of a TTC bus driver driving while texting on a mobile device. (Toronto Sun)The Toronto Transit Commission is coming under fire after the emergence of a picture. Continue reading this post.
I am not intoxicated.” The symptoms of hypoglycemia present in a similar manner to a person who has had too much alcohol. Speech can get slurred, balance thrown off, and some people even have difficulty forming words. This is because your vital organs (heart and lungs) are taken care of first in the case of low blood sugar.